The 12 Masters of Innovation - Perspectives, Slideshare, Harvard Business Review | "IN-novation" | Scoop.it

Worth a good look on leadership in innovation.

 

Some of who are listed include these educators:

 

Steve Blank, a seasoned entrepreneur who lectures at Berkeley and Stanford

His most important innovation lesson:

A startup is a "temporary organization searching for a repeatable and scalable business model"—a structured search process maximizes your chances of success. If you read one book, read: The Four Steps to the Epiphany (Cafepress.com, 2005)

 

Clayton Christensen, Harvard Business School professor and Innosight co-founder.
His most important innovation lesson:

Doing everything right can leave a successful organization susceptible to attack from a disruptive innovator who changes the game with a simple, accessible, or affordable solution. If you read one book, read: The Innovator's Solution (with Michael Raynor; Harvard Business Review Press, 2003)

 

Peter Drucker, legendary management guru and long-time professor at the Claremont Graduate University His most important innovation lesson: "The customer rarely buys what the company thinks it is selling him." Companies need to take a customer-first perspective to succeed with innovation. If you read one book, read: Innovation and Entrepreneurship (originally published in 1985)

 

 


Via Deb Nystrom, REVELN