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Over the last two months, my reading theme has been based around how great companies are built from the ground up. These are my top 5 books on the topic

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Building Organisations & Cultures for Success

  1. 1. Building Organisations & Cultures for Success Re-Read Bookshelf
  2. 2. GREAT BY CHOICE - Jim Collins Fanatic discipline - 20 Mile March; SMaC Recipe Productive Paranoia - Contingency Plans & Buffers Empirical Creativity - Fire Bullets…then Cannonballs Level 5 Ambition Maximise Return on Luck
  3. 3. THE CULTURE MAP - Erin Meyer High context vs. low context cultures change communication styles Applications first learning vs principles first learning Positive & negative feedback styles very Healthy conflict demands trust, which is built in different ways Collectivist vs individualist
  4. 4. RANGE - David Epstein Generalists flourish in ‘wicked’ learning environments vs Specialists flourish in ‘kind’ learning environments Polymaths have deep expertise in a couple of areas & some knowledge in an array of others Compare yourself with yourself of yesterday Experiment
  5. 5. THE POWER OF HABIT - Charles Duhigg Cue + Response = Reward Cravings are powerful & drive behaviour Understanding our habit loops help identify our cravings & change them To change habits, work on one new thing at a time, understand the loop, idetify the desired response, select a cue, design the reward, sustain the new stimulus until new habits arise (around 30 days)
  6. 6. BUILT TO LAST - Jim Collins Build a clock (get the structure & function of the company right), don’t tell the time (focus on doing a specific task) Create your core ideology, which should remain consistent (more than profits) but the methods must be flexible enough to drive progress Set big hairy audacious goals Experiment a lot “Good enough”, never is good enough

Over the last two months, my reading theme has been based around how great companies are built from the ground up. These are my top 5 books on the topic

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