Remote by Fried and Hansson

Yes ok… reading this while on holiday in Bali was inherently dangerous, but it’s been an ongoing issue in my current company where there is a belief that innovation cannot be done by remote teams.

Genome by Matt Ridley

Subtitled An Autobiography of the Species in 23 Chapters, the book is actually a really enjoyable, balanced (if somehow obsessing a little over disease and determinism) rounding of advances in genetic knowledge since the sequencing of the human genome.

The Element by Sir Ken Robinson

I really, really wanted to rave over this book after my initial interest was piqued from Sir Ken’s super inspiring (and funny) TED talk “Do Schools Kill Creativity?” from a few year’s back.

Want more? Looking for something older? Check the Archives which has everything chronologically.