Innovation

Innovation

 
The Business of Innovation Bean, Roger | Radford, Russell AMACOM , 2001 Innovation, Management

Companies that want to survive and prosper in today’s hypercompetitive environment, must constantly innovate-not just with new products/services but also with breakthrough process, managerial, and organizational...

 
 
The Other 90 Percent Cooper, Robert K. Crown Publishing , 2001 Innovation, Leadership, Personal Growth

Although a host of recent scientific discoveries have found that human capacity is limitless, most people, because of an innate biological predisposition, use only a tiny fraction of the immense power of their...

 
 
The Agenda Hammer, Michael Crown Business , 2001 Innovation, Management

Hammer's 1993 Reengineering the Corporation was a "big idea" business book whose one central theme was that dramatic improvements in performance were possible through reengineering business operations...

 
 
Breakthrough Creativity Levesque, Lynne C. Davies-Black Publishing , 2001 Human Resources, Innovation, Personal Growth

According to Levesque, many people fail to believe they are creative because their skills are not those that they often associate with creativity-musical/artistic ability or scientific genius, for example. In reality,...

 
 
The Art of Innovation Kelley, Tom | Littman, Jonathan Currency Doubleday , 2001 Innovation

In recent years, innovation has been the requisite core competence for companies of every size and in every business and industry. However, no one seems to do it better than IDEO, the award-winning design and...

 
 
Love the Work You're With Whiteley, Richard C. Henry Holt and Company, Inc. , 2001 Human Resources, Innovation, Personal Growth, Productivity

Everyone is inspired by highly successful people who enjoy their work and do their jobs with verve and enthusiasm. However, the fear and uncertainty that can be created by ever-changing circumstances in the business...

 
 
How to Think like Leonardo da Vinci Gelb, Michael Dell Publishing , 2000 Innovation

Leonardo da Vinci is recognized as one of the greatest geniuses of all time. He excelled in many areas such as the creation of the Mona Lisa, The Last Supper and other classic works. Besides art, Leonardo was an...

 
 
The Second Curve Morrison, Ian Ballantine Books , 1996 Global Business, Innovation

A company has done everything right - searched for and found excellence, focused on what works, reengineered business processes, and developed the discipline of a market leader. But even with all that, if the...

 
 
Tomorrow's Competition Hanan, Mack Amacom , 1991 Customer Focus, Innovation

A thought-provoking vision of tomorrow’s competitive environment that calls for the abandonment of yesterday’s conventional wisdom. Hanan contends that in order to compete in this new environment, enterprises must...

 
 
The Breakthrough Illusion Florida, Richard | Kenney, Martin BasicBooks , 1990 Innovation, Technology

The authors document the emergence of America ’s high-tech innovation and development-the breakthrough economy-and explain how it has failed to effectively generate new products, wealth, and economic growth. Also,...

 
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