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The Little Black Book of Innovation: How It Works, How to Do It #2020

The Little Black Book of Innovation: How It Works, How to Do It By Scott D. Anthony The Little Black Book of Innovation How It Works How to Do It Innovation may be the hottest discipline around today in business circles and beyond And for good reason Innovation transforms companies and markets It s the key to solving vexing social problems And
  • Title: The Little Black Book of Innovation: How It Works, How to Do It
  • Author: Scott D. Anthony
  • ISBN: 9781422171721
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Little Black Book of Innovation: How It Works, How to Do It By Scott D. Anthony Innovation may be the hottest discipline around today in business circles and beyond And for good reason Innovation transforms companies and markets It s the key to solving vexing social problems And it makes or breaks professional careers For all the enthusiasm the topic inspires, however, the practice of innovation remains stubbornly impenetrable No longer In TheInnovation may be the hottest discipline around today in business circles and beyond And for good reason Innovation transforms companies and markets It s the key to solving vexing social problems And it makes or breaks professional careers For all the enthusiasm the topic inspires, however, the practice of innovation remains stubbornly impenetrable No longer In The Little Black Book of Innovation, long time innovation expert Scott D Anthony draws on stories from his research and field work with companies like Procter Gamble to demystify innovation In his trademark conversational and lively style, Anthony presents a simple definition of innovation, breaks down the essential differences between types of innovation, and illuminates innovation s vital role in organizational success and personal growth.This unique hybrid of professional memoir and business guidebook also provides a powerful 28 day program for mastering innovation s key steps Finding insight Generating ideas Building businesses Strengthening innovation prowess in your workforce and organizationWith its wealth of illustrative case studies and vignettes from a range of companies around the globe, this engaging and potent playbook is a must read for anyone seeking to turn themselves or their companies into true innovation powerhouses.
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    1. Scott D. Anthony

      Scott D Anthony is the managing partner of the innovation and growth consulting firm Innosight Based in Innosight s Singapore office, he also leads its venture capital investment arm Innosight Ventures His most recent books are The Little Black Book of Innovation and the new HBR Single, Building a Growth Factory Follow him on Twitter at ScottDAnthony.

    256 Comments

    1. This book was recommended to me by a colleague It had some good points about innovation and practical application in the workplace However, it was a little broad reaching at times, as this book attempted to list another 50 books that deal with innovation The author worked at Innosight, the strategic innovation firm that was founded by Clayton Christensen, who many believe to be the father of innovation, or perhaps disruptive innovation I may re read the paper copy of this book sometime and try t [...]


    2. Normally stay away from Management Self Help Innovation and Quality books Read enough of them in life However, got this book free when I went to a corporate event where Scott Anthony, the author was the speaker One of the few books written in an easy to read and humorous manner Must read for all who have even a passing interest in Innovation.


    3. This just arrived in the mail 05.02.12 reading this one on the jacket cover recommendation of William Taylor, Fast Company magazine cofounder.



    4. Great book A lot of ideas I read it as a normal book but it has to it So, I will read it again soon to do the 28 days program proposed in the second part of the book.


    5. So you bought this book My advice rip out the first half all the way up to the 28 day innovation program and throw it in the trash Then thank me.The first half of the book goes something like this Anthony So and so is soooo successful and an awesome innovator Oh, did I mention he went to Harvard Business School After you get through all the BS, Anthony describes a set of steps in his 28 day innovation program to systematically think about how to innovate This portion of the book is actually pret [...]


    6. This book is far from mind blowing It merely reviews principles you have probably picked up in past work experience or other books What it does well is give you solid reminders of how to work well and creatively and a 28 day plan to actually get your mind working to think creatively I do think it s worth it I listened to it in audiobook form and think that it s a good one to listen to during your commute to get you thinking about the things you need to look at differently at work Worth the list [...]


    7. I found this book irritating, because it both describes innovation as the greatest thing in the world while defining it as something prosaic, debasing the meaning of the word The innovator s pledge at the end is especially corny and cringe worthy.Nevertheless, it s a useful little book, with a few good tricks and a nice collection of sources for further study Recommended if you re just discovering the field.


    8. If you really plan to get into the Innovation game, this is a must You ll find a great introduction to the topic and sources to dig deeper into all things Innovation, including history, theory and case studies Plus you ll follow an enjoyable 28 day seminar that doesn t really take any extra time from your daily activities it s actually just about going on with your daily activities but finding opportunities for awesomeness along the way.


    9. Listened to this book via audible The second half 28 day innovation program was extremely informative and beneficial Lots of example and illustrations from companies like Cisco, Google, Apple, etc Had I been reading a physical book, the first half would have been tough to get through It was a bit too academic, but listening on my way to work 30min made it tolerable.


    10. Un livre sur l innovation avec un programme de 28 jours suivre pour devenir un meilleur innovateur Beaucoup de concepts int ressants, bien expliqu mais le programme est un peu faible, avec des exercices un peu faciles Cette partie donne une impression de tirer en longueur pour absolument atteindre 28 jours Ceci dit, un bon livre quand m me, content de l avoir lu.


    11. The book is good, takes us through a journey about how one should think and go ahead with innovation There is a comprehensive 28 day way of doing innovation The book is a big deal in the scenario where there are orthodox ideas lurking around in the world where idea is the only thing that matters or the other thing where idea doesn t matter at all.


    12. Kinda OK read Some good granular details about how to start looking for new opportunities to innovate I like the 28 day innovation program which the book focuses on Many real time examples from PG A very good read for someone with entrepreneurial goals The 4 themes based approach to innovation is pretty neat idea discovery, brainstorming, blue print of final idea, and execution.


    13. It would have been useful to read this book while I was working on a project, but it s all very useful advice anyway I really like Anthony s style It s conversational and relatable His footnotes were a little hokey, but I thought they were funny.The best thing I got out of this book was a list of a ton of other great books and authors to look up My reading list is long


    14. Had some interesting insights and a good descriptions of practical frameworks It s sort of a condensed version of business school and an entrepreneurial guide wrapped in one, although if you re an avid reader of business books particularly startup books , there isn t a lot of new material in here.


    15. though the author claims that there is no one book for innovation and that s what inspired him to write one this book definitely can t be that one book cause I am now inspired to read other such book a 3 star cause it provoked my curiosity


    16. This book has so much great information in here, but it s so poorly written, as the author tries to be so cute and cheeky while always falling flat on his face There are better books on innovation so there s no point in bothering with a poorly written one.


    17. Borders on being a Cliffs Notes of the last few years of innovation books but a solid summation for what it is The twenty eight day program idea is cheesy but some of the exercises can be stolen for workshops etc.


    18. Nice guide on how to innovate in a big company and maybe late stage startups Definitely NOT for early stage ventures My favorite part was the 28 day innovation program consisting of 1 discovering opportunities, 2 blueprinting ideas, 3 assessing and testing ideas, 4 moving forward.


    19. To analyse academic materials and put a work at this level of practice is really difficult and needs courage He s done that Great one.



    20. I m growing rather tired of all these self help books They offer little in the way of real insight and often I come away without learning much, if anything at all.







    21. Kind of boring, I listened to it, and it was obviously was written as part of a larger program that I did not have.




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