Innovation

Innovation

 
Once You're Lucky, Twice You're Good Lacy, Sarah Gotham Books , 2008 Business Biographies, Innovation, Technology

The economic scale of the 1990s Internet bubble, as well as the sweeping cultural changes it brought, was unprecedented. The fact that many companies and people in the United States were caught up in this “tech craze”...

 
 
The Momentum Effect Larreche, J. C. Wharton School Publishing , 2008 Business Strategy, Innovation, Management

One of the greatest challenges leaders and their companies face today is maintaining profitable growth. Some companies struggle to accomplish this, others achieve it and then lose it, but only a select few consistently...

 
 
Inside Apple Lashinsky, Adam Grand Central Publishing , 2012 Business Biographies, Innovation

Inside Apple by Adam Lashinsky explores the inner workings of Apple and how its founder, the late Steve Jobs, returned from exile to transform a floundering computer company into an unrivaled producer...

 
 
Built To Change. Lawler III, Edward E. | Worley, Christopher G. Jossey-Bass , 2006 Change Management, Innovation, Management

In Built to Change, Edward Lawler III and Christopher Worley address an important and ever-prevalent element of modern business that challenges organizations big and small, old and new. That immense issue is change,...

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Good Idea. Now What? Lee, Charles T. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2012 Innovation

In Good Idea. Now What?, Charles T. Lee insightfully deconstructs the biology of ideas, from conception to fruition. He uses a kaleidoscope of perspectives to examine the life cycle of an idea,...

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The Architecture of Innovation Lerner, Josh Harvard Business School Publishing Corporation , 2012 Innovation

In The Architecture of Innovation, Josh Lerner uses case studies and economic research to support a hybrid model for funding research. He proposes a model that taps into the best of corporate and...

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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 Toyota Way Liker, Jeffrey K. McGraw-Hill , 2004 Business Biographies, Innovation, Major Works, Management, Productivity

Everyone in the auto industry is so familiar with Toyota’s dramatic business success and world-renowned quality that, as Liker points out, many consider the company to be “boring,” with its steadily growing sales,...

 
 
BRAND Sense Lindstrom, Martin The Free Press , 2005 Customer Focus, Innovation, Marketing

Having an instantly recognizable logo and a jingle that people hum unconsciously is a good start to having a successful brand, but it is not good enough to ensure success. In this interactive world, people want and...

 
 
Disciplined Dreaming Linkner, Josh Jossey-Bass , 2011 Innovation

In Disciplined Dreaming, Josh Linkner shares a process and structure for driving creativity, which he believes is at the heart of innovation and business growth. Through numerous examples and exercises...

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