The Power to Innovate: Rewiring the Minds of Individuals and Organizations
AuthorHouse, 2005 - Business & Economics - 204 pages
THE POWER TO INNOVATE fills a void that exists among the available books on innovation. This book bypasses current fads and focuses on the application and measurement of innovation for organizational and personal change. Until now, no one has written a book that explains in plain English exactly why innovation occurs and how it can be delivered. Only through the combined experience and passion of a global business executive, who has successfully delivered true innovation, and the skill of an organization development professional, could this be accomplished - and the "pillars of innovation" identified. Breakthrough innovation is not random. It is predictable. The key is to focus on what causes innovation to happen and then to create a process and a culture that allows it to happen. The minds of individuals and organizations have to be rewired for innovation to occur. The result is a unique book that puts the power to innovate in your hands. The Power to Innovate is imminently practical and easy to read. Graphic "mental models" and 90-day prescription self-help guides show you the way to drive innovation in an organization - and your life. Enjoy this book, use it, and take action!
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sorry, man, but your [sic] an idiot. learn to write good [sic] and mebbe you'll have more suck-cess with your book. FDR said that we have nothing to fear but fear itself. NOT Churchill. Good try, though.