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Super set of articles. A real inspiration for anyone trying to deal with the challenges of Innovation. A must read.
Excellent choice of stimulating articles regarding innovation.
I loved the selection of relevant articles and can recommend it to anybody wanting to find out more on the topic.
"loaded with great ideas"
in general, there are tons of brilliant ideas in this work. the concept that IRR and DCF bias organizations away from innovation is powerful. Clayton M. Christensen and Peter Drucker are both great in here. -1 point on story just because there is a lot of frivolous MBA speak--obtuse jargon for simple concepts--which smacks of pseudoscience and detracts from the credibility of some of the authors. but I still recommend it!
This book is well thought out and presented
Stories fit together to promote innovation thinking and its value.
"Excellent for corporate America, ok for startups"
For anyone at mid to large organizations, this is an excellent book with strategies and tactics to help move the ship and make change happen. It is useful for startups too.
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