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Good to Great by Jim Collins
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The New How by Nilofer Merchant
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Marshall McLuhan by Douglas Coupland
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Web Analytics 2.0 by Avinash Kaushik
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Required reading for anyone seeking to quantifiably deliver value online. One for marketers, analysts, analytics boffins, testers, designers, developers and researchers. Filled with applicable examples, relevant instances and in-depth investigations....more
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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson
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Superb, timely observation of the fundamental change in business rules and relationships which a truly global economy makes possible. In a world shifting from valuable atoms to valuable bits, the Long Tail is critically relevant to thinking around re...more
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We-Think by C.W. Leadbeater
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A compelling prologue to the predicted incoming age of mass innovation. Written by Leadbeater and 257 co-contributors.
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Cognitive Surplus by Clay Shirky
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Further thinking from Clay Shirky on the new collaborative age, and how the emerging culture of shared creativity changes perceptions of ownership, participation and fundamentally changes relationships.
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The Continuum Concept by Jean Liedloff
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As a parent, indisputably the most important book I've read and reread.
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Defensive Design for the Web by Matthew Linderman
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Interesting dive into interaction design challenges; a good companion guide for example when defining and testing use cases.
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It's Not How Good You Are, It's How Good You Want To Be by Paul Arden
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Gifted copy man creates sharp, amusing motivational screed for ambitious types.
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