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Top Ten Technology Books Of 2020 Posted on : Jan 16 - 2021

There were many great technology books published in 2020, but when polling technology and digital executives for some of the best reads of the year, here are some that rose to the top. If you have a new year’s resolution to read more, here is a list of books to start with.

The Future Is Faster Than You Think: How Converging Technologies Are Transforming Business, Industries, and Our Lives

By Peter Diamandis, Steven Kotler

Technology is accelerating at an unprecedented rate and will reshape every industry over the next decade. In The Future is Faster Than You Think, space entrepreneur turned innovation pioneer Peter Diamandis and his co-author Steven Kotler take a deep look at the emerging and converging technologies set to transform our world while providing a practical playbook for executives leading their organizations through the technological disruption to come.

Lead From The Future: How to Turn Visionary Thinking into Breakthrough Growth

By Mark W. Johnson, Josh Suskewicz

One of the lessons that has come out of the Covid pandemic is that companies can no longer plan for the future by looking to the past. To overcome this, Lead from the Future introduces a “future-back” approach to strategy development that enables executives to think clearly, creatively and extensively about the future while turning ideas for the future into action today.

No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention

By Reed Hastings, Erin Meyer

The culture at Netflix is legendary, and it has enabled the company to innovate its way to become the behemoth it is today. In No Rules Rules, Reed Hastings elaborates on the counter-intuitive and sometimes radical principles that define Netflix’s culture while offering lessons that others can draw inspiration from and translate back to their companies.

Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them

By Gary Hamel, Michele Zanini

In the latest book from the leading business thinker, Gary Hamel, he and co-author Michele Zanini argue that the top-down bureaucracies that manage most organizations are less than ideal for our rapidly changing world. Humanocracy articulates a blueprint for a new organizational structure that encourages creativity and innovation rather than stifling it. View More