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A book written to say "thank you" to somebody
on August 30, 2013
The immediate feeling I had reading this book was that it was written to say thank you to the people that helped the author in his professional life. Reading on, the content seems of secondary importance.
I've read a few books about innovation recently and, really, any other was better than these "pills of knowledge", copy-pasted by other much more relevant authors. If you want to learn how to think, read Drucker, not this kid. Unless, of course, you're interested in his genealogy.