Book Review – The Myths of Innovation

I’ve just finished reading a great book called The Myths of Innovation by Scott Berkun

Myths of Innovation Book Cover

I really learned a lot of things that I didn’t know about how some innovations have materialised, and some of the factors that do and do not contribute to an innovative idea actually being brought to fruition.

Not only did I find this book interesting,  I also found some choice nuggets that I can actually use and put into practice.

I would highly recommend it for anyone who is interested in innovation, new ideas and fostering creativity within groups of people.

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  1. Thanks for bringing my attention to this — looks like a great book: another for the pile!

    The best book on innovation/technology that I’ve read recently was “The Shock of the Old: Technology and Global History Since 1900” by David Edgerton (1861973063). Edgerton is fantastic at bringing our attention back to the persistence of old technologies and reminding us that if we forget them we misunderstand innovation itself. I’ll recommend this backatcha!

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