|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
Audio CD, Audiobook
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."
A few new ideas, and research is impressive, but drags the reader through a lot of uninteresting trivia. Same with the PBS series.Published 17 days ago by Doyle
Seems that you need a lot of people with a lot of communication to really get some good ideas going. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Stipman
This is a must-have book. I learned so much from reading this book and now I look for the adjacent possible in difficult situations rather than thinking, 'I can't get THERE from... Read morePublished 2 months ago by maura elliott
Infinitely fractal and very re-readable. It is highlighted and dog eared in just a few daysPublished 2 months ago by Charles Dinerstein
Johnson does an excellent job of peeling back the skin of innovation and exposing its messy but ultimately coherent works. Strong recommend!Published 2 months ago by Jeffrey E. Dunsavage