The Disruption Mindset – Charlene Li

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.

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Sebastiaan Hooft – APK voor ondernemers

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. ­čÖé

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.

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Forever Employable ÔÇô Jeff Gothelf

In this article I will review the book Forever Employable from Jeff Gothelf, with subtitle “How to stop looking for work and let your next job find you.”

Furthermore I will share complementary info about the Strategyzer webinar Forever Employable: How To Make Your Career Invincible’ with Alex Osterwalder and the Forever Employable Stories on Jeff’s Blog.

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Operating Model Canvas book review – Andrew Campbell,┬áMikel Gutierrez,┬áMark Lancelott

Operating Model Canvas – Aligning operations and organization with strategy is the title of the latest book of Andrew Campbell,┬áMikel Gutierrez,┬áMark Lancelott. The look and feel is very much like the┬áBusiness 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.

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The Secret of Cycling – Vroemen, Van Dijk, Van Megen

The Secret of Cycling – Maximum Performance Gains Through Effective Power Metering and Training Analysis is the latest book of Guido Vroemen, Hans van Dijk and Ron van Megen.

These authors also wrote 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.

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