Bloggers and their blogs that inspire my work and my thoughts to help my blogroll:

  • A More Beautiful Question:  The power of inquiry to spark breakthrough ideas – from author, columnist, and speaker Warren Berger.
  • Authentic Organizations: CV Harquail is a change advocate on organization relationship between identity, actions, and purpose and social technologies in the workplace that drive organizational change.
  • Chris Brogan: The best social media diplomat, great tips, advice, and experience from a top source.
  • Eight to Late: Kailash Awati co-wrote a fantastic book, The Heretic’s Guide to Best Practices, his blog covers social aspects of projects, organisational theory; dialogue mapping; risk analysis; estimation; and probability with a flair for humor.
  • HR Capitalist: Writings in and around the HR scene with business impact in mind, written by Kris Dunn, Chief Human Resources Officer. Blogging for community and ideas.
  • Making Training Stick: Barbara Carnes, PhD writes on how to make training stick and advice for learning and development business strategies.
  • Melissa Perri – Product & UX: Terrific thoughts around product strategy, user experience (UX) design, and Lean startup methods through ProdUX Labs.
  • On Startups: Startup advice from Dharmesh Shah CTO of HubSpot.
  • Positivity Strategist:  Robyn Stratton-Berkessel mission is to enable people, whoever they are, to elevate and amplify the collective capacity in their organizations and communities, so that everyone feels empowered as co-creators of their own futures.
  • Project Management Hut: A collection of articles, covering the whole process to manage a project, from project initiation to project closure, including all the necessary templates, and written by one or more elite project managers.
  • The Human Workplace: Reinventing work for people, this blog supports an idea, a mindset, and a set of practices led by founder Liz Ryan.
  • User Interface Engineering: Jared Spool presents the art and clear science behind design and the human element trumping technical misalignment; form follows function is making a comeback.
  • Vivek Wadhwa: An entrepreneur turned academic, visiting Scholar at UC-Berkeley, Director of Research for the Center for Entrepreneurship and Research Commercialization at Duke University, and Senior Research Associate for Labor and Worklife Program at Harvard Law School.

Please recommend blogs you read and why you read them, I would love to expand my thoughts.

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