The Seeds of Innovation: Cultivating the Synergy That Fosters New Ideas

[Elaine Dundon] ✓ The Seeds of Innovation: Cultivating the Synergy That Fosters New Ideas ↠ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Seeds of Innovation: Cultivating the Synergy That Fosters New Ideas Here, innovation thought leader Elaine Dundon offers a how-to prescription for building creative and strategic innovation skills at all levels of an organization (rather than focusing on decision-making levels only) -- and explains how to produce measurable results that translate directly to the bottom line. Todays most comprehensive, one-stop innovation resource, it describes: * The three necessary components of innovation -- creative, strategic, and transformational thinking * Methods for

The Seeds of Innovation: Cultivating the Synergy That Fosters New Ideas

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Rating : 4.28 (867 Votes)
Asin : 0814415717
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-05-29
Language : English

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4, 2002. -- Toronto, Ontario Globe & Mail, Sept. "a remarkable bookfilled with a wealth of actionable insights into how to inspire and manage innovationa must-read." -- Innovation Tools, May 2003"an easy reada good synthesis of tools, checklists, and examplesreaders will find this book worth their while." -- Journal of Product Development and Innovation Management, 2003"provides some arresting ideas for those who want to draw inspiration from the workplace." -- Financial Executive"wealth of insights

Here, innovation thought leader Elaine Dundon offers a ""how-to"" prescription for building creative and strategic innovation skills at all levels of an organization (rather than focusing on decision-making levels only) -- and explains how to produce measurable results that translate directly to the bottom line. Today's most comprehensive, one-stop innovation resource, it describes: * The three necessary components of innovation -- creative, strategic, and transformational thinking * Methods for applying innovative thought to existing products, processes, and business models * 90 great innovations and 90 trends to consider. Using field-tested concepts and practical examples, and featuring easy-to-apply processes and concrete thinking tools, this straight-talking book provides a broadly applicable guide to innovation -- one that's not limited to a specific industry sector. Breakthrough innovation is a prerequisite for success in almost any organization, yet the actual management of innovation has only recently begun to receive the attention it deserves

Carlene Carlson-Cassem said Seeds of Innovation. Did not appreciate this was a library book. I would like to have know that fact. Book was in ok condition.. "Relevant, Practical, Good Tool" according to Roger E. Herman. Innovate or stagnate. Or, put another way, innovate or stand helplessly and watch your competitors eat your lunch! Wise leaders stimulate, encourage, reinforce, and reward innovation. If you're not doing this in your organization, now is the time to startand this book will show you the path.The book is organized into three parts: The Seeds of Creative Thinking, The Seeds of Strategic Thinking, and The Seeds of Transformational Thinking. Dundon, a consultant and speaker o. A good overview of the role of innovation in organizations JLB In her book, The Seeds of Innovation, Elaine Dundon shows how companies can foster and grow this innovation. Dundon founded a company called The Innovation Group Consulting, Inc. This is a consulting group that works with individuals and corporations to help them with innovation. Dundon focuses on three major types of innovations: Efficiency Innovation, Evolutionary Innovation and Revolutionary Innovation. All new innovations within an organization can fall into these th