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Our summer reading list

15 Jul Our summer reading list

Summer reading list

We’ve put together a list of book recommendations from the team. We’d love to hear about your favourite books, drop us a line on Twitter and let us know what you’ve been reading!

Sam is reading Scheduling: Theory, Algorithms, and Systems by Michael Pinedo. The text provides an updated overview of theoretical models within scheduling literature as well as scheduling in the real world.

Max has been reading about design and usability recently, he recommends 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People by Susan Weinschenk and Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability by Steve Krug. You can also check out Max’s thoughts on The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman.

I recently finished The Breakthrough Company: How everyday Companies become Extraordinary Performers by Keith McFarland. The book identifies a set of practical strategies and skills that can improve business performance generally and is based on an empirical study of 7,000 companies done over five years.

If you want more book recommendations from the team, check out our Spring reading list.

 

Max Botten
max.botten@inquiron.com