5 top books to help you understand what it takes to build a future-proof organization Nancy Rademaker - October 17, 2021

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Nancy Rademaker is a keynote speaker on the impact of digitization on organizations, employees and customer behaviour. As the moderator of our Mission OX program - designed to help leaders understand what it takes to build a future-proof organization - we asked her about her favorite books on that very same subject.

Carol Dweck: Mindset.

Great lessons for developing a growth mindset, in which failures can be turned into opportunities. Dweck illustrates how this can (and should!) be developed at a young age.

Reed Hastings & Erin Meyer: No Rules Rules.

A peek into Netflix’s culture and how it pays off to empower your employees.

Erin Meyer: Culture Map.

Teams have become more global and so has business. Erin Meyer - one of the speakers of our Mission OX program - takes you on a journey of cultural differences and how these can impact collaboration and business success.

Joel Peterson: Entrepreneurial Leadership.

Peterson offers four core philosophies to help leaders become truly entrepreneurial. He provides abundant and impactful examples on how to live up to these principles - not always easy, but rewarding once you start getting the hang of it.

Yvon Chouinard: Let my people go surfing.

Amazing book by Patagonia’s founder – a call for doing business ethically and sustainably. Chouinard built Patagonia upon strong principles and has helped the company stick to them, in an attempt to fight and challenge the culture of consumption.

Nancy Rademaker
Nancy Rademaker

With over 20 years of experience in IT and training, Nancy has always and above all passionately focused upon people: how technology influences their behaviour, how it helps them...