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6 Creativity and Innovation Books for Your Office
In my experience, all ideas come from an emotion of creativity. Many ideas are easy to find. However, the breakthrough ideas need staff that is challenged to solve the greatest problems Books in this category will help you identify the problem space as well as solution space by tapping into the hearts and minds of your people.
Challenge your staff to think creatively about customer needs in new and unique ways.
Your Turn. Please comment below.
- What creativity and innovation books would you add to the list?
- Which of the books on the list did you enjoy the most?
- If only one book could be written on Creativity and Innovation what should its focus be?
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However, for those passionate about innovation and innovators, they may be interested to read Innovation: How Innovators Think, Act and Change Our World.
The three core axioms of the book are: 1) innovation drives change - cultural, societal and economic; 2) innovation, in some form, touches each and every one of us, wherever we may be, as individuals,
communities and societies as a whole; and 3) innovators deserve recognition, celebration and applause." The !nnovation project is the embodiment of my hands clapping.
It celebrates game changers who've broken the mould in a wide range of fields including business, tech, government and social policy, the arts and advertising, media, medicine and more. I was fortunate enough to interview over 100 international innovators, business and thought leaders and shall be ever grateful that they shared their wit and wisdom, insights and expertise in the project. Their contributions have, no doubt, a massive amount to do with the excellent reviews the book has received.
"It is not often that a book appears which reaches across so many frontiers of experience and expertise as it extends an inter-generational bridge between such a wide range of ideas, inspirations and innovational thinking. I would suggest this book be core reference reading for any student of innovation and entrepreneurship - whether they are leading up to university study, in a graduate program, or partaking in the university of life." - Sandy Carter, IBM General Manager and Social Business Evangelist
posted @ Tuesday, December 31, 2013 8:49 PM by Kim Chandler McDonald
Thanks for reading the post. There is an earlier one in the series about other books. We have several more planned as well. We are always looking for cool topics to write about. Haven't been to Oz in years. Hope you are enjoying summer. We are do for a winter storm in the next couple of hours.
posted @ Wednesday, January 01, 2014 6:11 PM by Rob Berman
posted @ Friday, February 28, 2014 9:52 AM by Suresh Ogale