The Manifest library is starting a new chapter this World Book Day

It’s not just children who celebrate World Book Day. As part of our New Year’s Resolution, we’re expanding the Manifest Library with books that cover everything from creativity to design and business strategy, acting as a source of inspiration and helping our Manifesties learn new things.

So, if you’re looking for something to read before bed after vowing to give up your screen for Lent, or you’re just looking for a few holiday reads, we’ve got you covered.

Here are our top 5 books from the Manifest library for World Book Day.

 

The Art of Creative Thinking – Rod Judkins

The Art of Creative Thinking reveals how we can transform the way we work through a deeper understanding of human creativity so this book is a must-read for anyone who wants to better understand the creative process.

 

Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics – Richard H. Thaler

Richard H. Thaler clearly and concisely explains the complex and fascinating world of behavioral economics. It’s a thrilling read for anyone in marketing … or anyone who really wants to know what makes us tick.

From Survival to Significance- Jeremy Waite 

In this book Jeremy Waite talks about his belief that there are three types of brands; brands that survive, successful brands and significant brands. Survival to Significance is full of inspiring quotes and stories about how to better your business, a definite must-read for anyone working in branding.

 

Work Rules!: Insights from Inside Google That Will Transform How You Live and Lead – Laszlo Bock

This book is full of inspiration and practical advice about how to manage work in a way that makes it a place that’s fun, inspiring and somewhere you actually want to be. And, it’s all easily implementable with Google’s Senior Vice President of People talks about changes that any business can make.

 

Driven by Difference: How Great Companies Fuel Innovation Through Diversity – David Livermore

Cultural intelligence is important to any business, big or small, making this an essential read for any company that’s serious about diversity and inclusion. David Livermore makes a strong case for why diversity is important and backs this up by providing frameworks and practices that can guide any organisation to think and act culturally intelligent.

 

Have any recommendations for the Manifest Library? Drop us a tweet @ManifestLDN and let us know.

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