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Natalie Goldberg's first book, Writing Down the Bones, mixed Zen Buddhism with writing.
Johansson teaches in his book The Medici Effect, how people and corporations can embrace and encourage innovation from among their ranks.
The examples presented here are clear and they relate very well with the concept behind the book.
Must read - encouraging and delightfull! Cook book for everyone who is interested in changing the world and being a part of it! Thanks to the author! Bravo!Published 1 month ago by naro
I found this book to be the encouragement to continue in the endless playfulness of the 'What if…….? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tiffany Naboudet
This is a very shallow book on innovation. The author took an MBA at HBS, read some of the research of his instructors and did some additional interviews. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jackal
I knew all of this was out there and going on, this book helps to explain it! Go ahead, take the chance, read this book! Read morePublished 2 months ago by P. D. Ladd
A fantastic read! A practical guide to innovating. I could not put it down. Appreciated the marriage of the theoretical and the practical.Published 4 months ago by daddy o 3
If I had read this a few years ago, I would've given this five stars, but I think his follow-up "The Click Moment" is better in some ways, more 'contemporary'. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Xuan