Johnny’s favorite songs. (Time for a break!)

Andries De Grip, The Importance of Informal Learning at Work. IZA World of Labor, University of Maastrict.

David Brooks , The Moral Bucket List. The New York Times, April 12, 2015.

Jim Spohrer and Ted Kahn, “Social ‘Know-Who’ for Building Virtual Communities,” Design Worlds for Learning.

Shawn Achor, The Happiness Advantage. Harvard Business Review, January-February 2010.

Bill Stott , Write to the Point. (Columbia, 1991).

William Zinsser, On Writing Well. (Harper, 2006).

Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird. (Anchor, 1995).

Jay Cross , Sitting Kills. December 8, 2012.

Steve Lohr, Taking a Stand for Office Ergonomics. The New York Times, December 1, 2012.

Daniel Pink’s favorite TEDs on work.
Here are Bill Gates’ faves.
The 20 most popular TED talks of all time.

Charles Duhigg, The Power of Habit.  (Random House, 2014).

William James, The Principles of Psychology, Chapter IV, Habit. (H. Holt, 1890).

Tim O’Reilly, “Books That Have Shaped How I Think,” O’Reilly (2004).

Jay Cross, Why People Attend Conferences. January 2015.

Jay Cross, Conferences Can Be Better, a Whole Lot Better. July 29, 2015.

Kaliya Hamilton, Unconferences.

Scott Berkun, How To Run a Great Unconference Session. Teaching/Training, 2006.

Robin Good’s directory of online collaboration tools.

Eileen Clegg, Map of the future of conferences.

Finding people in the know is replacing seeking information through search, says The Organization in the Digital Age, 10 Key Findings.

British Telecom Dare2Share

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