A reader for knowledge workers

Jim McGee at FutureTense profiles 25 books he believes will help any knowledge worker round out her skills.

His list is divided into five broad categories: 1) Learning, Mindfulness and Reflection 2) Writing 3) Design, Problem Definition and Problem Solving 4) Management Skills and 5) The Information and Technology Environment.

The recommended books, along with a brief commentary on the usefulness for each, range broadly from Twyla Tharp's The Creative Habit to David Allen's Getting Things Done. They're all connected to learning and excelling in an information saturated society.

Hat tip to Culture&Context for the link.

Wayne

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