Category: Book of the Month

cloud strategy

Book of the Month – Cloud Strategy: a Decision-Based Approach to Successful Cloud Migration by Gregor Hohpe

The way enterprises hop on their journey to cloud can vary, but one thing is clear – to successfully venture out the handbook is an absolute necessity. What’s so special about this book in particular is that the author, apart from being an expert in cloud architecture, is an avid storyteller, so the books is…
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Chris Mowles, Complexity: A Key Idea for Business and Society

Book of the Month – Complexity: A Key Idea for Business and Society by Chris Mowles

The Book of the Month is Professor Chris Mowles’ book Complexity: A Key Idea for Business and Society. Chris runs the Doctor of Management (DMan) programme at the University of Hertfordshire in England and was the supervisor of Mikkel Brahm when he did his DMan a while ago. Mikkel is a guest speaker on our…
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abby covert how to make sense of any mess

Book of the Month – How to Make Sense of Any Mess by Abby Covert

The world is messier now that it has ever been before. What’s even scarier to think of is that tomorrow the messes that exist today would be even more messy. The main idea of the book is very well described by its title – it is about making sense of messes.  You might ask what…
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Book of the Month – Corporate Explorer by A. Binns, C. O’Reilly and M. Tushman

Popular perception is that the large companies are typically blindsided by disruptive innovation that changes the market they operate in, effectively becoming the victims of the disruption. This book argues that it is nothing more than one of the great myths of business as in reality the disrupted firms see the disruption coming and, moreover,…
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Book of the Month – Business Architecture by Roger Burlton

Roger Burlton’s new book ‘Business Architecture: Collecting, Connecting and Correcting the Dots’ is a landmark publication in the BPM and business architecture field. Burlton presents ways to design a business so that it can get better at continuous enterprise level change. Today, organizations must never stop adapting to outside influences and see themselves outside-in rather…
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