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Pierre Battah's summer reading list

1. Sleeping with your smartphone: How to Break the 24/7 Habit and Change the Way You Work by Leslie Perlow, Harvard Business Press Books, May, 2012


2. Talk, Inc.: How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power their Organizations by Boris Groysberg, Harvard Business Press, June 2012


3. Quiet, the Power of Introverts in a world that can't stop talking by Susan Cain, Crown Publishing, January 2012

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4. Every Leader Is an Artist: How the World's Greatest Artists Can make You a More Creative Leader by Michael O'Malley & William Baker, McGraw Hill, May 2012


5. The Progress Principle Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement and Creativity at Work By Teresa Amabile and Steven Kramer (Harvard Business Review Press) Aug 2011


6. Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos and Luck - Why some Thrive Despite Them All by Jim Collins, Oct 2011


7. Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why it Matters by Richard Rumelt, Crown Business, July 2011


Notables from 2011:


Why Are We Bad at Picking Good Leaders?By Jeffrey Cohn and Jay Moran (Jossey-Bass)


BrainsteeringBy Kevin Coyne and Shawn Coyne (HarperBusiness)


Necessary EndingsBy Henry Cloud (HarperBusiness)


Change AnythingBy Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, David Maxfield, Ron McMillan, and Al Switzler (Business Plus)


OnwardBy Howard Schultz (Rodale)


Fixing the GameBy Roger Martin (Harvard Business Review Press)


From Bud to Bossby Kevin Eikenberry and Guy Harris (Jossey-Bass)

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