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Spies, Inc.: Business Innovation from Israel's Masters of Espionage

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This book looks at the most highly successful innovation machine in the world; a little known classified high tech unit in Israel Intelligence known as 8-200. Its charter is to develop technologies customized and suited to the unique challenges of fighting terrorism. This is a business book wrapped up in a spy thriller.
Hardcover, 241 pages
Published March 8th 2005 by Prentice Hall (first published November 19th 2002)
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Robert
Jul 04, 2014 Robert rated it liked it
This book is a good read in terms of taking away things to think about, ways to be, and people to aspire to. It falls flat in organization and repetitiveness. Perhaps I rated it lower than average because in many ways I already think and act in the ways described, though this is not to say for an instant that I am like an IDF- or Unit 8200 recruit.

Great for taking notes and examples to follow.
Davida Chazan
Dec 29, 2014 Davida Chazan rated it really liked it
Here's a fascinating book that will tell you how the tiny country of Israel kept itself from destruction by using the wits of its young, bright soldiers. You can read my full review here http://drchazan.blogspot.co.il/2014/1...
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Wasn't able to finish this before it was due back, mostly because of how dry it is. Interesting topic, but more focused on business applications (like it says in the title) that I was hoping for.
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