Research Fellow: Bibliography 2011

I’m currently pondering future focused R&D opportunities. If you’d like to discuss how I could help your strategic research, creative development and innovation towards twenty-first-century economics (and an inter-dependent ecology), please do say hello. Below is what I’m reading:

Jenny Uglow – The Lunar Men

Andrew Mawson – The Social Entrepreneur

Ken Robinson – The Element

IDEO – Human Centered Design Toolkit

Ori Brafman & Rod Beckstrom – The Starfish and the Spider

Ori Brafman – Sway: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior

Gilles Deleuze – Thousand Plateaus: Capitalism and Schizophrenia

Erasmus Darwin – Philosophy of Agriculture

Brian Solis – Engage (hybrid theory manifesto)

Richard L. Daft – Organization Theory and Design (Media/Information Richness/Naturalness theory)

Umair Hague – The New Capitalist Manifesto

Rick Levine – The ClueTrain Manifesto

Lionel Trilling – Sincerity and Authenticity (consciousness vs influence)

Clay Shirky – Cognitive Surplus: Creativity and Generosity in a Connected Age (media abundance and tacit knowledge)

Seth Godin – Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?

Jeremy Benthem – Selected Writings on Utilitarianism (Wordsworth Classics)

Benjamin Franklin – The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (13 Virtues)

Charles Sanders Peirce – Reasoning and the Logic of Things (abductive Logic)

George Orwell – Essays ‘Penguin Modern Classics’ (Animalism – cultural change)

Winston Churchill – Liberalism and the social problem

Eric Fromm – To Have or to Be?

Matthew Arnold – Culture and Anarchy (Oxford World’s Classics)

Douglas Rushkoff – Life Inc.

Oliver James – Affluenza (emotional wellbeing over wealth – democracy, meritocracy, equality)

Oliver James – Selfish Capitalist

Jean Paul Sartre – Being and nothingness

Michel Foucault – Madness and Civilization (Routledge Classics)

Jean-Paul Sartre – Being and Nothingness: An Essay on Phenomenological Ontology (Routledge Classics)

Richard Laylard – Happiness: Lessons from a New Science

Charles Stafford – Questions of Anthropology (social anthropology)

Erasmus Darwin – Phytologia; or, The philosophy of agriculture and gardening

Alan Moore – Communities Dominate Brands

Oscar Wilde – Intentions

Robert E. Schofield – The Enlightened Joseph Priestley

Anthony Mayfield – Me and My Web Shadow

David McCandless – Information is Beautiful

Alexander Osterwalder – Business Model Generation

Laurence Sterne – Tristram Shandy (Multi-Dimensional Narrative – also see: B. S. Johnson)

Graham Hancock – Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth’s Lost Civilization

Joe Pine and Jim Gilmore – The Experience Economy

Jon Hagel III – The Power Of Pull

Tuttle 101 Monday 15th November 2010

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Films to watch in 2010

I didn’t watch enough films in 2009 – I hope to change this in 2010.
I’d love your comment recommendations please – thank you in advance! =)

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
Frost Nixon
Schindler’s List
Inglourious Basterds
In Bruge
The Wrestler
Shutter Island (seen – ok but spotted the twist with first minute of film)
District 9 (seen – well worth a watch!)
Harry Brown
Gran Torino
Where The Wild Things Are
– seen, well worth a watch – (thanks for recommendation @skirrid)
Edge of Heaven (via @jemrocks )
Transformers 1 & 2 (via @WillsB3)