Top 10 books

It’s nice once in a while to look over the list of books I’ve read, and to think about which ones were the best. The ones I really enjoyed reading, or the ones that really changed my perception of some field. So, here’s my top ten list of books, in no particular order:
* Neal Stephenson: Cryptonomicon
* Hal Rosenbluth: The customer comes second
* Dee Hock: Birth of the Chaordic Age
* Timothy Gallwey: The inner game of work
* Harrison Owen: Open Space Technology
* Peter Block : The answer to how is yes
* Kevin and Jackie Freiberg: Nuts!
* Paul Watzlawick: Change
* Robert Wright: Non zero
* Harpo Marx: Harpo speaks

4 thoughts on “Top 10 books”

  1. Alex,

    Glad to have you back – and especially glad to see all your new book reviews. They are always so helpful! Thank you for taking the time to write and share them online.

    Keep creating,
    Mike

  2. Hi Alexander. As I briefly mentioned when we met at CBAF earlier, my absolute favourite in this area would be an Aussie dentist called Paddi Lund. He has written “Building the Happiness-Centered Business”. For obvious reasons it’s quite a challenge for a dentist to base his business on happiness for employees as well as customers. It’s a great read. Highly recommended!!!

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