1. “The Progress Principle: Using Small Wins to Ignite Joy, Engagement, and Creativity at Work”, by Teresa M Amabile and Steven Kramer, Brilliance Audio, July 2011.
2. “Creativity In Context: Update To The Social Psychology Of Creativity”, by Teresa M Amabile, Westview Press, June 1996.
3. “Executive Leadership: A Practical Guide to Managing Complexity”, by Elliott Jaques, Stephen D. Clement, Ronnie Lessem, Wiley-Blackwell, June 1994.
4. “Human Capability: A Study of Individual Potential and Its Application”, by Elliott Jaques, Kathryn Cason, Cason Hall & Company, 1994.
5. “Talent Pool Evaluation Process”, Mahltretter Associates, PeopleFit, Raleigh, NC 27612, http://www.peoplefit.com
6. “The Long View of Leadership”, by Alexander Ross, Canadian Business, May 1992.
7. “The Overlooked Managerial Competency: Observing Complexity of Information Processing (CIP) to Match People to Jobs and Determine Future Potential”, by Glenn Mehltretter and Michelle Malay Carter, White Paper, November 2002.
8. “Creative Leadership: Be Your Team’s Chief Innovation Officer”, by Judith Ross, Harvard Management Update, March 2007.
9. “The Role Of Psychological Safety In Implementing Agile Methods Across Cultures”, by Sara Thorgren and Elin Caiman, Research Technology Management, April 2009.<10. “A Curriculum For Change”, by Jeffrey Cufaude, PCMA Convene, May 2004.
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21. “The Learning Edge”, by Calhoun Wick and Lu Stanton Leon, McGraw-Hill, 1993.
22. “The Fifth Discipline”, by Peter Senge, Doubleday, 1990.
23. “Leadership is an Art”, by Max DePree, Doubleday, 1989.
24. “The Faster Learning Organization”, by Bob Guns, Jossey-Bass Publishers, 1996.
25. “How to Find the Work you Love”, by Laurence Boldt, Penguin, 1996.
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27. “Managing your organization by the evidence”, by Keith Leslie, Mark Loch, and William Schaninger, The McKinsey Quarterly, 2006.
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29. “Why Information Grows”, by Cesar Hidalgo, Basic Books, 2015.
30. “The New Organizational Wealth”, by Karl Erik Sveiby, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, 1997.
31. “Making the Invisible Visible”, by Robert Rosenfeld, Xlibris, 2006.
32. “Starting Something”, by Wayne McVicker, 2005.
33. “Executive Leadership”, by Elliott Jaques and Stephen Clement, Blackwell, 1991.
34. “Living on the Fault Line”, by Geoffrey Moore, Harper Business, 2000.
35. “Human Capital As One Element Of Intellectual Capital Of The Corporation” by ICM Group & Arthur Anderson, Intellectual Asset Management Roundtable Discussion, January 1999.
36. “To Manage Complex Innovation, Ask the Right Questions”, by Don Kash and Robert Rycroft, Research Technology Management, September-October 2003, pg. 29.
37. “Example Inventory of Human Capital Skills Needed in a Technical Organization”, White Paper from Avery Dennison R&D Human Resources, circa 1996.
38. “Example of KEYS Evaluation of the Environment Affecting Motivation”, White Paper from Avery Dennison R&D Human Resources, circa 1996.