Summary

A complete roadmap to a revolution in business excellence founded on innovation.
Author and successful innovator Nicholas Webb believes we need a revolution in business excellence founded on innovation. In The Innovation Playbook, you will learn why innovations fail, the five rules of customer connectivity, the power of "real open" innovation and customer co-creation, the secret formula for reducing product and market risk, the magic of Future-casting, and so much more.


Includes an abundance of anecdotes and examples of successful - and unsuccessful - innovation.
Shares the 56 ways in which innovations fail.
Learn the success secrets of "Innovation Superstars".
Reduce innovation failure and build speed to market.
Includes online training (a $150.00 value) that will help you put the theory into practice. The Innovation Playbook will prepare you to get your CIS Certification, as well as to implement a successful innovation culture in corporate life.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your My Library section along with the audio.
©2011 Nicholas J. Webb (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Sean M Flannery on 06-12-16

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Pretty good and worthwhile concepts and examples in the book. There are times when the book seems a bit repetitive and redundant, which prevented me from giving it a 5.

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