Daughter of the cloud – a maps private value thriller is the latest book of Alden Globe. Alden Globe is a colleague value engineer based in the USA, but we’ve worked together on multiple projects and initiatives at BMC Software. That’s why I was fortunate review an early manuscript and contribute to the book writing process.
In this article I will review the 6 habits of growth audible book of Brendon Burchard. However, I won’t spoil all the details that Brendon shares around the growth habits motivation, focus, confidence, energy, purpose and leadership.
In addition, I will try to link this audible book with the learnings from High Performance Habits.
In this article I will review the book The Secret of Running, a book from Ron van Megen and Hans van Dijk. Both authors are engineers by profession and enthusiastic sportsmen.
These authors also wrote The Secret of Cycling and two interesting book in Dutch “Het Geheim van Wielrennen” and “Hardlopen met Power!” that discuss training methodology and scientific models which estimate performance for cycling and running.
In this article I will review the book FitCEO Be the leader of your life, the latest book from Rebecca Macieira-Kaufmann and Lillian So. I was fortunate to speak with Rebecca and reflect on the book and my High Performance Habits Coaching results.
So let’s have a look at the book and how I’ve used it.
In this article I will review the book Business Model Shifts with subtitle “Six ways to create new value for customers”. It is the latest book from the Business Models Inc. team Patrick van der Pijl, Justin Lokitz, Roland Wijnen and Maarten van Lieshout.
You’ve also seen these names in the publication of Design a Better Business.
In this article I will review The Disruption Mindset which is the latest book from Charlene Li. While in the field of open innovation the term disruption is a common term I was pretty excited to learn how a disruptive mindset and a disruptive company culture can be developed.
So I will start by going through the book structure and highlight a couple of sections and paragraphs that were most exciting or relevant to my in my current state of personal- and professional development.
APK voor ondernemers is the latest book of Sebastiaan Hooft, a highly successful dutch serial entrepreneur, DJ and producer. The book is aimed at entrepreneurs and written in Dutch, so it’s funny to see a book review in English from a non-entrepreneur. 🙂
“APK voor ondernemers” has some valuable life lessons and has useful takeaways for every professional, who is trying to balance the various roles in work- and personal life.
Operating Model Canvas – Aligning operations and organization with strategy is the title of the latest book of Andrew Campbell, Mikel Gutierrez, Mark Lancelott. The look and feel is very much like the Business Model Generation handbook from Alexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur Alan Smith, Patrick Van der Pijl and Tim Clark.
I this book review I will get you through the Operating Model Canvas book structure, the Operating Model Canvas Toolbox and compare it with the Business Model Canvas and Process Model Canvas. Finally I will give a business analysis view on the Operating Model Canvas.
Design a Better Business is the result of a hunderd-day-race of Patrick van der Pijl from Business Models Inc, Justin Lokitz from Business Models San Francisco and Lisa Kay Solomon co-author of the bestseller Moments of Impact. Designers Maarten van Lieshout and Erik van der Pluijm completed the Design a Better Business (book)team.
Based on the design thinking model (double loop) various must-have tools, skills and case studies are discussed for each phase in the model. So let’s dive into the book structure first and see if the highly visual work book consumes as easy as the Business Model Generation Handbook.
I’ve purchased the book Gallup StrengthsFinder 2.0 and participated in the StrengthsFinder online assessment. The resulting report really provided me with helpful insights for my professional- and personal development. I was tipped about the StrengthsFinder 2.0 assessment by Julie Brown, Talent Development Manager at Microsoft.