The Way of Innovation: Master the Five Elements of Change to Reinvent Your Products, Services, and Organization
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Innovation is not an option. It is a fundamental requisite of survival. Throughout history, innovative societies have dominated their less creative rivals, and innovative companies, their competition. Yet we remain ineffective in this critical skill because we have been our modern understanding of change, rooted in just a few hundred years of study, ignores insights gleaned thousands of year prior. The Way of Innovation shows how we can use ancient Hindu and Chinese frameworks for change to become more effective innovators by navigating five phases of change:
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About the Author
Kaihan Krippendorff is the author of "The Art of the Advantage" (Thomson TEXERE 2003) and the President of The Strategy Learning Center, a business education firm. He helps organizations outthink their competition by showing that our typical problem-solving approaches unnecessarily limit our options and that, by adding a fundamentally different, creative approach to our toolkits, we can more consistently see "winning moves" that our competitors ignore. He blends the disciplines of competitive strategy, innovation, cognition, and Eastern philosophy to build strategic creativity throughout organizations. A former consultant with McKinsey & Company, Kaihan has held various senior management positions in the consulting, investment banking, and retail sectors. He serves large and medium-sized companies including Microsoft, Fidelity, and Pfizer. He holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and London Business School, a BSE in Finance from the Wharton School of Business, and a BSE in Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Engineering. He lives in Miami, Florida.
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