Posts in Innovation
Abundance: The Future Is Better Than You Think

Providing abundance is the grandest test of humanity, according to Peter Diamandis, and this book details ways that we can and will rise to the challenge. Abundance for all is within our grasp and this bold, contrarian view is backed up by exhaustive research that says exponentially growing technologies and three other powerful forces are conspiring to better the lives of billions.

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The Wisdom of Crowds

James Surowiecki of the New Yorker explores the concept of large groups being smarter than an elite few. According to this work, no matter how smart you are, keeping the customer in mind will always yield greater results than you could manage on your own.

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How to Measure Anything

The theory of this book says that anything can be measured. The myth that things exist that can't be measured is a drain on our nation's economy and even national security, according to Hubbard. Building up from simple concepts to illustrate the hands-on and easy use of advanced statistical procedures, How to Measure Anything uncovers the impact measurement can have on the world as a whole.

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Creative Conspiracy

Leigh Thompson dispels traditional myths about creativity in addition to offering actionable advice for breaking down the walls that tend to surround creative collaboration in Creative Conspiracy. She lays out evidence-based theories in an effort to help confused leaders and managers not only lead better, but also become better human beings.

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What Customers Want

Innovation is fundamental to success and business growth. Through offering a proven alternative to failed customer-driven thinking, What Customers Want arms you with the tools needed to unleash innovation, lower costs, and reduce failure rates while creating the products and services customers really want.

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Change By Design

The myth of innovation is that breathtaking, revolutionary ideas come to life already fully formed from the brains of masterminds. The reality proposed by Brown is that most revolutions come out of a process of intense consideration by which compelling ideas can be recognized and then grown before being understood as original contributions with the potential of having groundbreaking abilities.

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