Digital Leaders Summer Reads

We asked the members of the DL100 Club to share their book recommendations for summer. Here we bring together their top recommendations for Digital Leaders, so that over the summer break you have an inspiring book to read.

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Writing on the Wall: Social Media — The First 2,000 years
by Tom Standage

Recommended by Jacqueline de Rojas, Digital Leaders Advisory board member and TechUK president.

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Freedom’s Forge
by Arthur Herman

Recommended by Liam Maxwell, UK’s first National Technology Advisor and Founder, Holyport College.

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Maverick!
by Ricardo Semler

Recommended by Lesley Cowley, Chair of, DL100 Overall Award Winners, DVLA.

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Black Box Thinking: Marginal Gains and the Secrets of High Performance
by Matthew Sayed

Recommended by Oliver Morley, CEO of DVLA and Digital Leaders Advisory Board Member.

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The Future of the Professions
by Richard E. Susskind, Daniel Susskind

Recommended by Stephen Foreshew-Cain, Executive Director at Cabinet Office, GDS.

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The Second Machine Age
by Erik Brynjolfsson, Andrew McAfee

Recommended by Emma McGuigan, Managing Director Technology for Accenture UK/I.

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Agile IT Organisation Design
by Sriram Narayan

Recommended by Nick Williams, Managing Director, Consumer Digital, Lloyds Banking Group.

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Tribes
by Seth Godin

Recommended by Joanna Goodwin, social media lead at ONS and DL100 Winner in 2014.

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Originally published at digileaders.com on July 16, 2016.

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