Church Unique

Picked up a really helpful book last week: Church Unique: How Missional Leaders Cast Vision, Capture Culture, and Create Movement by Will Mancini, the founder of Auxano.  I’m only a couple chapters into it, but it’s off to a great

The Back of the Napkin

Every once in a while a book comes out that I get really excited about.  Funny how it works…it’s not always the same genre, but there are just times that I hear about a book and really can’t wait until

Beyond Booked Solid

I had a chance to check out Michael Port’s upcoming book on the flight to Chicago.  Beyond Booked Solid: Your Business, Your Life, Your Way is going to be very helpful in taking some next steps in my consulting practice. 

Human Sigma

Picked up the next book out of the stack today: Human Sigma: Managing the Employee-Customer Encounter.  Looks very good.  Basic concept?  "Six Sigma integrated a universal and consistent method for counting quality defects with a disciplined process to eliminate them

Flip!

Couple months ago I noticed a reference that Tom Peters made to a book called Flip: How to Turn Everything You Know on Its Head–and Succeed Beyond Your Wildest Imaginings.  He’d noticed a tagline on the cover: "Edward de Bono

The Future of Management

Gary Hamel’s newest is in the briefcase right now.  Interesting stuff.  I have to say I really enjoyed Leading the Revolution.  The Future of Management is off to a great start.  Already quite a few ideas that will lead to