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Conquering Innovation Fatigue is for anyone seeking success through innovation. Business leaders, inventors, researchers, entrepreneurs, and civic leaders will benefit from its insights and practical solutions. It reveals the sometimes hidden barriers—nine major "innovation fatigue factors"—that can block the path to innovation success, and shows how to cope with or conquer them.
Conquering Innovation Fatigue takes a unique personal look at the challenges innovators face in their journey, invoking the metaphor of immigrants in a strange land facing barriers at multiple levels. By drawing upon original case studies and advances in innovation theory and practice—some presented here for the first time—the authors show how innovation can be energized to conquer fatigue and help innovators reach success.
You will learn how to:
This important book explains that understanding and overcoming these barriers is vital not only to you, as an inventor, entrepreneur, or researcher, but also to business leaders, licensing professionals, IP professionals, corporations, and even leaders of nations!
Conquering Innovation Fatigue points the way to cost-effective, practical solutions to strengthen innovation and achieve personal or corporate success. There's no reason to let fatigue get in your way.
Although countless books explain why innovation matters and how to benefit from it, few address the reasons that companies and individuals don't innovate successfully. Read morePublished on April 19, 2010 by Rolf Dobelli
Innovation is a hot topic for many firms these days. Dr Lindsay and his coauthors have a hit here, probing how to identify and avoid major factors (fatigues) that destroy... Read morePublished on January 18, 2010 by Thomas Brainard
This book provides an in depth overview of the barriers to innovation. The authors have a deep understanding of the innovation process, and have written this book to categorize... Read morePublished on December 22, 2009 by E. Parker
I'm an inventor, and so I went straight to chapter 5, "Innovator Deficiencies" to see what the authors had to say of folks like me, those 'creative' types with messy hair and odd... Read morePublished on December 10, 2009 by PhD-Chick