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Below you’ll find a long list of references which we whole-heartedly recommend to anyone who is interested in diving even deeper.
N. Forsgren, J. Humble and G. Kim
M. Hayes, F. Chumney, C. Wright and M. Buckingham
Bent Kock Nielsen & Morten Dohrmann Hansen
L. Goler, J. Gale, B. Harrington and A. Grant
Allan Drexler & David Sibbet
J. Hope and R. Fraser
J. Minnaar, P. De Morree
Dr. Lila Davachi, Dr. Tobias Kiefer, Dr. David Rock and Lisa Rock
Brad Stulberg & Steve Magness
Daniel H. Pink
Bjarne Graven Larsen
Dr. Mark Scullard
Erik Korsvik Østergaard
Jeffrey Sugerman, Mark Scullard, Emma Wilhelm
Giles Hutchins & Laura Storm
Christina Maslach & Michael Leither
One of the world’s leading thinkers on business and behaviour, Daniel H. Pink pushes traditional thinking on how to motivate people and drive engagement.
The mother of “Growth and fixed mindset” offer insightful contributions in understanding how self-conceptions guide people behavior with a focus on learning, motivation and achievement.
An American developmental psychologist that inspires the world with his research within adult learning, adult development and professional development.
Famous for inspiring the world with his concept of WHY, Simon Sinek shares his thoughts on how to create a better working world focusing on leadership behaviour, company culture and the importance of purpose.
An influential business thinker and management “innovator”. He formulates provocative pointers and describe new mindsets for succeeding in tomorrow’s business environment.