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Look At More teaches you how to harness inspiration by thinking differently—and to encourage others to do the same. Designed to be an individual and organizational hands-on guide, Look At More focuses on the front end of the Inspiration–Creativity–Innovation continuum. Using Stefanovich's proven LAMSTAIH approach (Look At More Stuff, Think About It Harder), leaders and employees can develop the practical skills, leadership behavior, and cultural mindset to consistently create ideas and drive innovation.
Built on the principles of the five M's for unleashing creativity within an organization, Look At More explores:
· Mood: The attitudes, feelings, and emotions that create the context for inspiration and creativity
· Mindset: The intellectual foundation and baseline capacity each of us has for getting inspired and thinking differently
· Mechanisms: The tools and processes of creativity at work
· Measurement: The qualitative and quantitative performance and the guidance for giving critical feedback
· Momentum: The active championing of celebrating inspiration and creativity to create a self-reinforcing cycle for growing innovation
Together the five M's can act as a diagnostic tool and a guide for inspiring individuals, empowering teams, and transforming organizations to become true models of innovation.
Andy Stefanovich, chief curator and provocateur at Prophet, has spent the past twenty years helping the world's leading companies drive innovation from the inside out. In 1990, Andy cofounded Play, a creativity and innovation company, which changed the way business does business. Play and Prophet joined forces in 2009. A popular and dynamic speaker, Stefanovich frequently delivers keynote addresses to leading international organizations and has been featured on CNBC and MSNBC. He lives in Richmond, Virginia. For more information, please visit www.prophet.com/lookatmore
If you're tired of the phrase, "Let's think out of the box," then this is simply a great book.
Mechanisms: tools and processes of creativity that will help you engineer inspiration into the way you work and embrace the kind of behavior that foster innovation 4.
Additionally, I appreciate the detailed examples Andy provides from his experience implementing the framework at world renown corporations.
If you're tired of the phrase, "Let's think out of the box," then this is simply a great book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by midwest mom
What an inspiring book. I've always felt like I live on an island at most places I work, but this book made me feel like there are many other castaways and if we just speak up we... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Big Shel
Great for encouraging those who might feel like they've been stuck in a rut to look at things in a fresh way.Published 17 months ago by Linda Gardener
Look at More by Andy Stefanovich details a framework for unleashing an organization’s creativity to develop new products, build brands and audiences, and grow market share. Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by Nathan Ives
Andy Stefanovich has done us all a great favor by writing this book. He's opened up the toolbox he's created from working on innovation for over 20 years and laid out all his... Read morePublished on July 25, 2011 by Denise Lee Yohn
This small volume on creative inspiration for business is jam packed with great ideas. It's a peek inside the brain of my friend Andy Stefanovich, who runs one of the most unique... Read morePublished on May 15, 2011 by Noah Scalin
For all the money, time and resources that are thrown at culture work in organizations, Stefanovich nails the simplicity of what culture is really all about. Read morePublished on May 9, 2011 by Creativegirl1