The Truth about Innovation

Pearson/Prentice Hall, 2008 - 249 pagina's

The Truth About Innovation transforms today's most important innovation research into 50 proven "truths". Max Mckeown delivers plain, powerful advice on how to:

  • increase creativity
  • encourage collaboration
  • co-create with customers
  • overcome indifference
  • make ideas into money
  • thrive on change...and much more.

This is the definitive, evidence-based guide to innovations - a set of bedrock principles you can rely on, regardless of your organization, role or title. Drawing on over 15 years of the author's research, consulting, training and writing experience, it can transform the way you manage innovation and the results achieved.

The Truth About Innovation provides the guidance you need to overcome the innovation-related problems that all managers face and at the same time improve your managerial effectiveness.

Part of The Truth About Series, each title covers an entire field of knowledge in a sharp and entertaining way. With approximately 50 honest answers to important questions in every book, you will find yourself thinking 'aha' as you read each page.

The Truth and nothing but The Truth.

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Over de auteur (2008)

Max McKeown is a new breed of management guru. Brilliant, young, original and entertaining, he could become the most listened-to British business thinker of the new era.He works as a strategic adviser for four of the five most admired companies in the world and is a well-known speaker on subjects including innovation, engagement, human potential, customer experience, marketing, team building, and competitive advantage. He has been elected to the Customer Service Hall of Fame, been nominated as a Star of Human Resources by Personnel Today, and been featured on national and international radio, television, and newspapers. Max has written six books, including E-Customer ; an insight into evolving customer behaviour, Why They Don't Buy ; an end-to-end guide to building profitable customer relationships across multiple channels and Unshrink, featuring the myths that stop people doing their best work and a set of new principles to engage their interest and ability.

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