“Creativity is universally celebrated. Yet resistance to creative ideas remains, ironically, nearly universal. What if that is because, while we claim we desire creativity, we have an unconscious bias against it? Jennifer Mueller stumbled upon this paradox early in her consulting career, and has been obsessed with addressing it ever since. She has been researching… Read more »
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At 800CEORead, Oliver Luckett’s The Social Organism has been highlighted. In barely a decade, social media has positioned itself at the center of twenty-first century life. The combined power of platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, and Vine have helped topple dictators and turned anonymous teenagers into celebrities overnight. In the social media age, ideas… Read more »
David Burkus, Bob Nease & the authors of Play Bigger have all made 800-CEO-READ’s longlist for best business book 2016. There is no getting around the incredible amount of work this time of year brings to 800-CEO-READ. Not only are we in peak publishing season, it is also our awards season—and we do all of… Read more »
Nick Tasler’s new book Domino: The Simplest Way to Inspire Change is November’s #1 Business Bestseller at 800-CEO-READ.
Via 800 CEO READ’s Change This series, Michael Silverstein has co-writted a new ‘manifesto’, which you can download here for free.
Carol Sanford’s The Responsible Entrepreneur: Four Game-Changing Archetypes for Founders, Leaders, and Impact Investors was named best Entrepreneurship category. While John Hope Bryant’s How the Poor Can Save Capitalism: Rebuilding the Path to the Middle Class took the top spot in Finance & Economics. Congrats to both speakers. [800CEORead.com]
On the 800CEORead short list for their business book awards 2014: Neil Irwin (in the Finance & Economics category) and Bruce Nussbaum (in the Innovation & Creativity category).
800CEORead’s Jack Covert selects Todd Henry’s Die Empty: Todd Henry’s first book, The Accidental Creative, is one of the better nuts-and-bolts books for anyone that has to be creative at work, from designers to salespeople to CEOs. His new book, Die Empty, is even broader in scope. It is a call for all of us… Read more »