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Leading Geeks by Paul Glen is a great resource if you want to understand the intellectual mind as well as what works and what doesn't (and why) in terms of managing a technical group.
Delivering World Class Technical Support by Navtej (Kay) Khandpur and Lori Laub is particularly useful for anyone setting up a support center from scratch and anyone just getting started in tech support management. It won't do the thinking for you but does do a good job outlining the thinking that needs to go into planning and running a good support department. I still refer to it periodically. 
Now What? by Laura Berman Fortgang may be exactly what you need if you have been thinking of hiring a coach. It is great as either a standalone resource or as a companion piece in the coaching relationship and is useful whether you seek greater fulfillment through making small changes in your life or your current job or are thinking of undergoing a major overhaul. If this sounds interesting, also consider signing up for a workshop based on the book.
Watch this space for more information on books from my bookshelf

 

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