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Ask (Collective Next Card #37)

Ask Collective Next Card

This is one of a series of posts we're running about the Collective Next Cards.

What We're Reading at Collective Next

photo by Rorigo Galindez, Creative Commons, via Flickr

We believe you can tell a lot about an organization by what its people are reading. It's been a while since we shared our work-related reading, so here's some of what we've got on our night tables and ebook readers this week.

Feed the Animals (Collective Next Card #61)

Feed the Animals Collective Next card

This is one of a series of posts we're running about the Collective Next Cards.

Don't Go It Alone (Collective Next Card #13)

Don't Go It Alone CN card

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

Don't Blame (Collective Next Card #53)

Dont Blame Collective Next card

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

Test Yourself, Trust Yourself (Collective Next Card #59)

Test Yourself, Trust Yourself CN card

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

Own It (Collective Next Card #31)

Own It CN manifesto card

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

The Life of a Solution Design Partner at Collective Next

John ColaruotoloMason Smith

Useless, But Still Kept Up

a Thomasson, from the 99% Invisible website

 

Look Both Ways (Collective Next Card #71)

Look Both Ways Collective Next card image

This is one of a series of posts we're running this summer about the Collective Next Cards.

We automatically caution our kids to look both ways before crossing the street. It's an instinctive rule to protect them from harm.