Summer Reads

It’s that time of year again and we hope, like us, you will be taking a break. This year marked the first few sessions of the Digital Leaders Book Club, now with over 500 members. If you’re looking for a good book to settle down with over the break, look no further than these suggestions from the Book Club year to date. We hope whatever your summer plans, you take a break, and enjoy some time with family and friends, with a good book to hand.

Delivering Digital Transformation: A Manager’s Guide to the Digital Revolution, by Alan W. Brown

Alan Brown

Professor Alan Brown provides today’s leaders and managers with the tools for understanding, leading, and delivering in the digital age.

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Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men, by Caroline Criado-Perez

Caroline criado Perez

Caroline Criado Perez’s eye-opening book provides a startling perspective on the unseen bias at work in our everyday lives.

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The Social CEO: How Social Media Can Make You a Stronger Leader, by Damian Corbet

Damian Corbett sets out to educate and inspire senior leaders to embrace the Social Age, utilising social media in order to make stronger leaders.

For 25% off the Social CEO, please use the code DIGILEADERS25 at the link below.

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No Filter: The inside story of how Instagram transformed business, celebrity and our culture, by Sarah Frier

Sarah Frier explores how Instagram has reshaped business, pioneering a business model that sells an aspirational lifestyle to all of us.

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Leading Remotely, by Mike Parks

Mike Parks has produced a ground-breaking guide on overcoming the unique obstacles of leading a remote team, featuring advice drawn from experiences of leadership throughout the pandemic.

For 25% off Leading Remotely, please use the code LEADING25 at the link below.

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DesireCode: Designing services people want, by Denise Hampson

Denise Hampson presents a refreshing new approach to human-centred design, exploring a framework for applying the principles of behavioural science.

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