• Phil Venables

Leadership, Business, Security and Risk Reading List

This is my list of favorite books across the various professional disciplines I’m interested in. I have a set of favorite books that are not professionally related but I won’t presume you are interested in British Military History, Photography or Railways. I’m not saying these favorite books are objectively the best, but they are content I come back to a lot, either to reference or re-read for inspiration or re-education. Some are quite dated, but are classics in their own right for the principles they contain.


Leadership and Life





































Business and Economics







































Systems Theory, Design and Complexity




























Risk
















Technology and Security


























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