I’m currently working my way through these:
Clay Shirky, Here comes everybody. I’m only half way through, but this book is essential. A very nice analysis of how the crowds of the internet turns into well organized groups that can solve tasks that traditional organisations can’t solve.
Dan Roam, The back of the napkin. A very nice book on how to use visuals to explain complex stuff.
Garr Reynolds, Presentation Zen. Currently the best book about presentation skills out there. Period.
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Interesting, I ended up adding “The back of the napkin” in my Amazon shopping list. Would love to hear a review of “Presentation Zen” when you finish it. Maybe Ill fit that one as well into my reading list..
Thanks for good tips!
Erik, like you I’m reading several books at the same time, and “Here comes everybody” is really interessting. I’d like to recommend “We-think” by Charles Leadbeater. A similar and very interessting perspective on internet and groups, and how the internet is transforming how we do things offline.
Nice. I read “Presentation Zen” a couple of months ago. Nice Read! If you enjoyed that one I strongly recommend Nancy Duarte’s book “Slide:ology…”
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