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I got this based off Zakaria'a recommendation on his show on CNN. Luckily, I was able to borrow it from a friend... so did not waste my money on it... only my time. Read morePublished on August 27, 2011 by V. Beniwal
A lot of information in this book has been published in either Economist, Wall Street Journal or Financial Times. Further, John Kao is not a good writer. Read morePublished on July 24, 2011 by Rainier
I didn't read the book but saw the graphs on the CNN show. He left out the graph of CO2. It would have matched the curves of GDP and innovation.Published on June 5, 2011 by scrubjay1
great book to read! Up to date info for any one looking seriously at the challenges facing America in the 21st Century.
Berteau Joisil, MSEE
I found this book personally stimulating in terms of what the innovation process entails and what gets it going. Read morePublished on September 12, 2008 by bronx book nerd
The title of Thomas Friedman's most recently published book, The World Is Flat, is explained by the author in the Introduction: his use of the word "flat" refers to "the flattening... Read morePublished on January 23, 2008 by Robert Morris
As an educator, I found Dr. Kao's discussion on education, and the lack of innovation therein, to be right on target. Innovation starts with our children!Published on December 30, 2007 by Polly D. Steenhagen
John's first-hand experience meeting business, science, and political leaders around the world shows how widespread and intense the drive for innovation has become. Read morePublished on October 16, 2007 by Mark Bünger, Research Director, Lux Research