Business Resources16 Books on Our DevLearn 2017 Reading List

Linnea Schulenburg
writes on November 8, 2017

Last month, we attended DevLearn 2017 where we heard some fascinating talks from interesting speakers, met great people (and customers!), and got to hear new perspectives on teaching and learning.

If you work in the realm of training, are interested in being a Futurist, or if you just want to start thinking about how best to train people at your company, here’s a reading list we compiled during the event that you should check out!

1. Superbetter by Jane Mcgonigal

2. The Signals are Talking by Amy Webb

3. TLC At Work by Donna Dunning

4. Tell & Win by Peter Guber

5. Action Inquiry by William R. Torbert

6. Radical Collaboration by James Tamm

7. Infographics – The Power Of Visual Storytelling by Jason Lankow

8. Learning In The Age Of Immediacy by Brandon Carson

9. Creative Learning – Activities And Games That Really Engage People by Robert Lucas

10. Primary Greatness by Stephen Covey

11. More Is More by Blake Morgan

12. Flex by Jane Hyun

13. Leadership BS by Jeffrey Pfeffer

14. Better And Faster by Jeremy Gutsche

15. Go With It by Karen Hough

16. The Chameleon by Merrick Rosenberg

Have you read any of these already? What did you think? Share your thoughts and recommendations for other books to add to this list in the comments below!

If you’re interested in hearing more from DevLearn 2017, the future of learning and a few tips for how to retain information better, check out our video from the event below.

 

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