Managing Innovation In IT Podcast #3 This is the first update in 2021 on best innovation books. Continue reading #3: Best Books on Innovation – 2021 Update
“Authentic and practical advice on how to be an effective leader by focusing on ethics, truthfulness, listening, and lifelong learning.” —Paul Smith, CEO, Warlencourt Limited; Former CEO, CFA Institute “His blend of wisdom and sincerity draws you in and makes you want to become a … Continue reading Balancing Act
No Filter – The Inside Story of Instagram Sarah Frier Award-winning reporter Sarah Frier reveals an inside, never-before-told, behind-the-scenes look at how Instagram defied the odds to become one of the most culturally defining apps of the decade. Intrapreneurs: Who, … Continue reading Business books of 2020 – my choice
I read many books from this topic, but this deep personal guide into creative process from an experienced practitioner is a recommendation for everyone trying to guide creative process. I made a record number of notes 🙂 More information about … Continue reading Book Review: Create in a Flash
My book “Developing Innovation – Innovation Management in IT Companies” is now available. It can be ordered from publisher’s site (De Gruyter) or from Amazon. AVAILABLE ON PUBLISHER’S SITE AVAILABLE ON AMAZON Continue reading The book is out
In next June my first book on English will be published. It is called: “Developing Innovation – Innovation Management in IT Companies”. This book will focus on establishing innovation culture in IT companies with many examples from well-known companies. The … Continue reading Book project: Developing Innovation
New book on the currently most popular tech topic: Artificial Intelligence. Author is introducing this topic through current transformation and future prospects. I would recommend it to anyone looking for future scenarios and wanting to think more deep about AI.
Here is the selection of 5 business books I find most intriguing in last year.
The most common myth in entrepreneurship can lead your startup to a dead end! One of the most common advice startups get as they begin their entrepreneurial journey is to adopt a “laser sharp”focus approach. And the reason for that is crystal … Continue reading Where to Play
A great business book about the current digital transformation (digital tsunami) which affects literally all companies. Part about the technology across digital domains was particularly interesting explaining waves of this change. As this change is inevitable and currently in progress … Continue reading The Age of Surge – Book review
Davila&Epstein has done it again. After their first book “Making Innovation Work” (Davila, Epstein, Shelton 2006.) they are back with “The Innovation Paradox – Why good businesses kill breakthroughs and how they can change”.
After reading dozens of innovation & creativity books I stopped thinking that there could be a new great book which will enforce me to underline 1/3 of content but here we are… Continue reading “The Innovation Paradox – book review”
There are hundreds of books published each year with topic: Innovation. Many of them are strictly scientific, others are business or inspirational, but how to know which are worth to read?
My humble choice of books published in last 10 years is following:
When I heard that Jeremy Gutsche is releasing the second book I was eager to read it, as “Exploting Chaos” (Jeremy’s first book) is one my favourite books covering the topic of Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship. And I’m not disappointed, … Continue reading Book Review: Better and Faster
After brilliant and inspiring “Exploting Chaos”, Jeremy Gutsche (TrendHunter) is releasing his second book “Better and Faster“.
First chapter is free for download. The book launches on March 17th. Continue reading “New book from Jeremy Gutsche “Better and Faster””
In his newest book Jeffrey Baumgartner is introducing Anticonventional Thinking – a new creativity method as an alternative to the well-known brainstorming. In first chapters Jeffrey is explaining brainstorming method and reasons why it’s not working. I must say that … Continue reading Book Review: Anticonventional Thinking
Many Innovation books share the same content, some also the same form and style, this book – on the other hand, is written from the different perspective as some kind of innovation manual.
Persons which can inspire creative people? Here is a small list… First thought is Richard Branson (website) – his carrier is truly an inspiration, like story about starting Virgin Records(video above) or his idea about going to Airline business with starting Virgin Atlantic. His book “Screw It, Let’s Do It” is a big recommendation. He can be followed on twitter @richardbranson. “Everyone that works in Virgin is unique. They are not sheeps. They think for themselves. They have good ideas and I listen them. What is the purpose of hiring smart people, when you are not using their talent.” David and Tom … Continue reading Creative persons which can inspire other creatives
Book review: Oliver Gassmann, Fiona Schweitzer: Management of the Fuzzy Front End of Innovation (Springer, 2014)
Well, this was a surprise! This book really gives a wide range of topics with interesting examples and advices useful for work in creative industry. Continue reading “Book: The Fuzzy Front End of Innovation”
Teaser for Scott Berkun’s new book, check details at his site. Continue reading The Year Without Pants
After few business books that was terrible with same old stories and nothing interesting for me, I just finished interesting and inspiring book about the everyday work in a company, based on the real-life example of the writers. The book is called “REWORK, Change the way you work forever”.
Great short video on “Fast Company” where Eric Ries (writer of the book “The Lean Startup”) is explaining his term: The Pivot – link The easiest way to explain it – remember what the pivot in handball match is doing … Continue reading Eric Ries explaining “The Pivot”