Bookworm governor – a study in the words of leaders

By Rachel Leingang | Arizona Capitol Times

Gov. Doug Ducey doesn’t read much fiction. But five books focused on management, team-building and conservative politics top his list of works that have influenced him as a CEO and governor.

He requires his senior staff to read two of them: “Government That Works” and “The Conservative Heart.” And the books speak to Ducey’s underlying philosophy as the state’s top elected official – running government like a business.

The common theme in Ducey’s choices: He said they all relate to finding a higher purpose in your work. But don’t expect Ducey to write a book. He said that while he enjoys reading, he doesn’t know when he would find the time to write.

Here’s what you need to read to understand how Ducey approaches his job.

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