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A most interesting book and one that is stimulating to read, IMO.
While the specific examples chosen by author can be argued with, and an occasional metaphor is stretched too far, the book itself is well written and very engaging!
Steven Johnson's "Natural History of Innovation" shines some light on the first question as he tells us "Where Good Ideas Come From."
Creativity is not a new world created out of nothing. Rather, it is the next evolutionary step of thought built on the surrounding intellectual material.Published 14 days ago by Anonymous
This book was incredibly fascinating and mind-churning. I highly appreciated the numerous historical references Johnson made, developing an overarching understanding of creativity... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Victoria Klein
I had an expectation that this book might have laid out options for an innovation strategy at the level of a firm or as a society. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hugh Claffey
My wife gave me a copy of this book soon after it was published. At the time, I was writing a history of GPS, since completed, and you can anticipate that I first reviewed GPS... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Easton
This book was not what I thought it would be and was more scientific than I expected. I enjoyed the approach of this book and what it explains about the brain and the forming of... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wendy Anne Gibbins-Lekkou