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Permanent Innovation

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Innovation is the process of creating new ideas and turning them into new business value. Permanent Innovation is the process of doing it continuously, as a matter of strategy, method, and habit. It happens in organizations that embrace innovation as a core value, practice innovation as a core methodology, and produce innovation as a consistent output. The notion of ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published September 1st 2006 by Lulu.com (first published August 2006)
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Gavriel
Jun 13, 2009 Gavriel rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: managers, innovators, creators
You know a great book when by page 100 and flicking through the rest, you know it obsoletes most others on its topic to date, and that its almost not worth extracting individual notes because almost every page contains golden nuggets - so if Innovation in business is important to your career, definitely get this book... and buy a fresh highlighter.
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