Robert's Rules of Innovation II: The Art of Implementation
Robert F. Brands with Martin J. Kleinman
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In Robert's Rules of Innovation II: The Art of Implementation, innovation thought-leader Robert Brands introduces readers to the best and most recent thinking of his international network and shows how to permanently implement a culture of Innovation in one's work environment.
''Brands follows up on the original Robert's Rules of Innovation by focusing on the unequivocal key to innovation, the people who innovate. His insights into the potential roadblocks your company will face, and the concrete steps you and your team can take to overcome them, are practical and timely. If a culture of innovation is something your business needs (Hint: all businesses do), then start with this book. When you are finished reading, read it again.''
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About the Authors
Robert F. Brands is president and founder of Innovation Coach® (InnovationCoach.com) and Brands & Company, LLC. Brands's hands-on experience in bringing innovation to market spans decades and includes the creation and improvement of product development processes and company culture. He is currently a serial entrepreneur and continues to be engaged in business development and start-up companies. A native of The Netherlands, Brands earned a bachelor of science in Business Administration from HTS Eindhoven. Brands is also an avid sailor, open-water diver, and licensed pilot of single-engine aircraft. He resides in Stuart, Florida.
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