Kevin Pashuk en Directors and Executives, beBee in English, Books AVP - Information Technology • Sheridan Polytechnic University 14/10/2016 · 1 min de lectura · +800

Moving on from the Kindle to my Office Bookshelf

Yesterday, I posted the list of the Kindle books I have read in the last year.  It wasn't a comprehensive list of the books I read, but certainly generated a lot of great discussion, which books are apt to do.

I thought I'd post a photo of ONE of the shelves on the bookcase in my work office.  This doesn't count my home office, my bedroom, the living room, or any of the dozens of electronic books that pass through.

It occurs to me that I might have a problem...  (not enough time to read).

Moving on from the Kindle to my Office Bookshelf

I've included the link to Amazon should you want to explore any of them further.  You will notice that most of them are business and leadership based.  This is my work office after all.

From left to right they are:

What Directors Need to Know - Corporate Governance - Carol Hansell

Getting to Yes - Fisher, Ury and Patton

The Ten Day MBA - Steven Silbiger

Death by Meeting - Patrick Lencioni

The Four Obsessions of an Extraordinary Executive - Patrick Lencioni

The Five Temptations of a CEO - Patrick Lencioni

Silos, Politics, and Turf Wars - Patrick Lencioni

Getting Naked - Patrick Lencioni

The Five Dysfunctions of a Team - Patrick Lencioni  (This is THE book of Patrick's to start with)

The Three Signs of a Miserable Job - Patrick Lencioni

The Advantage - Patrick Lencioni

Drive - Daniel H. Pink

Extreme Management - What they teach at Harvard Business School's Advanced Management Program - Mark Stevens

How Full is Your Bucket? - Tom Rath and Donald O. Clifton

Strengths Based Leadership - Tom Rath and Barry Conchie

The Imperfect Board Member - Jim Brown

Built to Last - Jim Collins and Jerry Poras

Good to Great (2 copies) - Jim Collins

First, Break All the Rules - Marcus Buckingham and Curt Coffman

First Among Equals - Patrick J. McKenna and David H. Maister

Stand Back and Deliver - Pixton, Nickolaisen, Little, McDonald

The Entrepreneurial Journey - Norm Trainor

The Myth of Multitasking - Dave Crenshaw

Outliers - The Story of Success - Malcolm Gladwell

The Tipping Point - Malcolm Gladwell

What the Dog Saw - Malcolm Gladwell

David and Goliath - Malcolm Gladwell (Lent Out)

The Ultimate Question - Fred Reichheld

Leading Geeks - Paul Glen

Business at the Speed of Thought  - Bill Gates (Lent Out)

The Essential Drucker - Peter Drucker

Crucial Conversations - Patterson, Grenny, McMillan, Switzler

Leadership Promises for Every Day - John Maxwell

Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive - Harvey MacKay

Flight of the Buffalo - James A. Belasco and Ralph C. Stayer

The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing - Al Ries and Jack Trout

Depending on the response to this post, I may move on to other shelves, or the books I bought more than a year ago that remain on my Kindle.


Image: Kevin W. Pashuk

About the Author:

Moving on from the Kindle to my Office BookshelfI’m the Chief Information Officer for Appleby College, in Oakville, Ontario Canada, where my team is transforming the delivery of education through innovative application of technology.

I'm convinced that IT leadership needs to dramatically change how IT is delivered rather than being relegated to a costly overhead department.

In addition to transforming IT in my role as CIO, I look for every opportunity to talk about this... writing, speaking and now blogging on BeBee ( , LinkedIn, ITWorld Canada, or at

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Dean Owen 16/10/2016 · #7

Thought I saw Jeffrey Archer in your reading list, but it turns out it was a book of the same name, First Among Equals.

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Alexa Steele 15/10/2016 · #6

#4 Then there's also Sam Tarly and Tyrion Lannister. . . They helped inspire me for this post:

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Randy Keho 14/10/2016 · #5

#4 Get a life @Kevin Pashuk

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Kevin Pashuk 14/10/2016 · #4

#3 Another book lover - Belle. ... but I could never be mistaken for a princess.

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Alexa Steele 14/10/2016 · #3

I can't help thinking of Belle in Beauty and the Beast :)

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Kevin Pashuk 14/10/2016 · #2

Glad you enjoyed it José.

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Thanks for share this with all of us!!! Very interesting.

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