To guide the integration of personalized toolboxes this is a list of academic articles and software tools
that we share with our clients to guide them in their personal transformation efforts:
1. Clark, T., Osterwalder, A. and Pigneur, Y., 2012.
Business model you: a one-page method for
reinventing your career. John Wiley & Sons.
3. Jenkins, J., (2008). Strategies for managing talent
in a multigenerational workforce. Employment
Relations Today (Wiley), 34(4) Winter, p19-26.
4. Macon, M. and Artley, J.B., (2009). Can’t we
all get along? A review of the challenges and
opportunities in a multigenerational workforce.
International Journal of Business Research, 9(6),
2. Dyer, J., Gregersen, H., & Christensen, C. M.,
2019. Innovator’s DNA, Updated, with a New
Preface: Mastering the Five Skills of Disruptive
Innovators. Harvard Business Press.
Personal Business Model
A VIRTUAL TOOLBOX
FOR INDIVIDUALS Version 1.4
5. Hill, L. A., & Lineback, K. (2011). Being the boss:
The 3 imperatives for becoming a great leader.
Harvard Business Press.
Business and Personal Networking
6. Snyder, L. G., & Snyder, M. J. (2008). Teaching
critical thinking and problem solving skills. The
Journal of Research in Business Education,
7. Paul, R., & Elder, L. (2005). Critical thinking
competency standards. Tomales, CA:
Foundation for Critical Thinking.
FreeMind – Mental Maps for
Mind Vector – Mental Maps for
Mobile Devices t
Wunderlist – Pending Activi-
ties Control for Work teams
(Desktop Computer and Mo-
Good Notes – Document Revi-
sion and Notes Consolidation
Note: The software tools included here are those that we have
personally tested and many of our clients use regularly because of
their simplicity and usefulness but we encourage you to research
for alternatives as we are always doing. We strongly welcome all the
suggestions we may receive to test and use alternative tools.
Table 1. Supplementary Software tools
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