Top collaboration books: 100 best books
To coincide with the launch of my bioteams book I am delighted to announce Bioteams Books where I intend to collect The Bumblebees Top 100 Collaboration books. Just click on the books tab on the main blog menu to go to a brand new section of the Bioteams blog where you will be able to see, on a single web page, all the best books, in my humble opinion, on collaboration, team dynamics and virtual/mobile teams.
Picture from The Harry Potter Lexicon
By mousing-over each book picture you will be able to see the book's review.
Bioteams Books is a collaboration
You will notice that there are only about 50 books featured so far - this is where I need your help!
I want you to send me your nominations for books to be added to The Bumblebees Top 100 Collaboration books - even better if you can write a short review I will add it to the gallery with full credits to you for writing it.
Bioteams carries no adverts
Recently I have had many approaches about putting advertising on bioteams.
Even though they are quite attractive financially I have not accepted any advertising so far on the site as I feel this is not what my readers want.
So if you can bookmark Bioteams Books and get into the habit of buying your books from Bioteams Books you will be supporting bioteams and working with me to it free from adverts at no cost to yourself!
Bioteams Books Reviews
Brainstorming, despite the popularity of the term, is one of the most challenging collaborative activities to carry out. While most people think they know how to brainstorm, very few really understand how to consistently make a session work. Ken Thompson and Robin Good share some of the secrets gleaned from "The Art of Innovation: Lessons in Creativity from IDEO, America's Leading Design Firm"