I have written about writing and reading different Blogs in my Concordia City Hall Blog. Brian Silcott shared some of his favorites with me. I am going to add mine to the list too. Thanks Brian.
http://800ceoread.com/blog/ This reports on the current management book publications that are being released.
http://www.manager-tools.com/ This one is one of my favorites. It combines pod casting and Blogging. Through the past year, they have also posted copies of the tools they describe in their programs.
http://www.tompeters.com/ Here is a summary of Tom’s work
http://www.tpwireservice.com/ If you can’t read everything, the TPWire collects articles of interest and lists them so you can take a quick read. Some articles like the NY Times, need a subscription. They are free but the Wall Street Journal requires a subscription to the paper.
http://www.sociablemedia.com/ I bought the book PowerPoint Without Bullet Points. This is the author’s site. It talks about how to improve your message by reducing the number of slides in your deck. Personal note – it works.
http://management.about.com/ John Reh writes short pithy commentaries. It is like reading Peter Drucker. Powerful and causes you to think. Thinking is good.
http://hrleaders.blogspot.com/ This has been good in the past but the guy just retired and is writing about going to Oregon. There are some excellent articles in the archives.
http://blogs.forbes.com/digitalrules/ I read Rich Karlgaard’s book Life 2.0. Karlgaard is the editor at Forbs.
http://www.governing.com/manage/mi/insight.htm Governing Magazine has been giving this space to a series of case studies and guest authors. ICMA Executive Director Bob O’Neil has contributed many times
http://www.jimcollins.com/ Collins was a Keynote at the 2006 ICMA Conference. Here he talks about the principles in his book Good to Great.
http://www.mindtools.com/page5.html This is from chaps in England. They have a different flavour to their spelling. It is new in my list
http://grammar.qdnow.com/ My kids are into grammar. I sometimes call them my “grammar police.” This one is named “Grammar Girl.” I saw it referred to on CNN.com. It is both a Blog and a Pod Cast. (Now did I say that correct or was it correctly?)
From Brian’s list
http://www.jimestill.com/ Okay, numerous book reviews, etc. regularly maintained and I like how incorporates workouts into his life.
http://www.n2growth.com/blog/ More of an advertisement but some good references that can be bird dogged on the net or infotrac with really interested
http://800ceoread.com/blog/ Being a voracious reader I love this site
http://management.curiouscatblog.net/ A good resource one based on Deming’s philosophy but includes links galore but a lot of sigma six
http://superfactory.typepad.com/ Very enjoyable with a lot of references
http://www.reformingprojectmanagement.com/ A decent project management blog