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Author : Andrii Sedniev Category : Publisher : ISBN : 1074384113 Type book : PDF & Epub
Page book : 124
The Business Idea Factory is an effective and easy-to-use system for creating successful business ideas. It is based on 10 years of research into idea-generation techniques used by the world's best scientists, artists, CEOs, entrepreneurs and innovators. The book is entertaining to read, has plenty of stories and offers bits of wisdom necessary to increase the quantity and quality of ideas that you create multiple times. Once you begin applying strategies described in this book, you will create successful business ideas regularly and make your life more adventurous. You will realize that there are few things that can bring as much joy and success in business as the moment when an excellent idea comes to your head.
Author : Tia T. Farmer Category : Publisher : CreateSpace ISBN : 1516998715 Type book : PDF & Epub
Page book : 72
This updated and expanded second edition of the The Business Idea Factory: A World-Class System for Creating Successful Business provides a user-friendly introduction to the subject, Taking a clear structural framework, it guides the reader through the subject's core elements. A flowing writing style combines with the use of illustrations and diagrams throughout the text to ensure the reader understands even the most complex of concepts. This succinct and enlightening overview is a required reading for all those interested in the subject . We hope you find this book useful in shaping your future career & Business. Feel free to send us your inquiries related to our publications to email@example.com
Author : Stefan Heusinkveld Category : Business & Economics Publisher : Routledge ISBN : 9781134662432 Type book : PDF & Epub
Page book : 144
Although there has traditionally been considerable field-level attention on how consultants market their ideas and practices, there is still a lack of research that discusses the earlier intra-organizational phases in the development process. While the present literature provides important insights that enhance our understanding of consulting, the consultancy industry, and the way that consultants present their ideas and services on the market for management solutions, we know relatively little about the way knowledge-based innovations develop within consultancy firms and the mechanisms that shape the intra-organizational evolution of these ideas and practices. This book seeks to address this gap by revealing how the development of new ideas and practices takes shape in consultancies. The work addresses questions such as: In which way do consultancies sense the contemporary market needs? How do new ideas and practices become established within a consultancy? How do consultancies seek to maintain their repertoire? And what role do these new ideas and practices play in their assignments? To provide more insight into these different aspects of knowledge-based innovation in consultancies, the book draws on and integrates literature from diverse relevant fields such as product innovation and market orientation, but also uses institutional and practice-based perspectives. The research presented in this book can be seen in the light of emerging research into ‘knowledge-based innovation’ and ‘new concept development’ that concentrate on empirically studying how knowledge entrepreneurs seek to develop commercially viable ideas and practices that have the potential to have a significant impact on management and organizational praxis.
Author : Tomisin Ajiboye Category : Publisher : Independently Published ISBN : 9798386068752 Type book : PDF & Epub
Page book : 0
Would you like to have some tips for building a successful business or successful organization? If you have dreams of building a high performance and enduring organization, then, you may not want to miss reading this comprehensive guide that has been put together for such purpose. This guide is written from the vast and vibrant consultancy experiences of the author, combined with experiences of other successful operators. As you read, you will be completely immersed into the sea of general knowledge of ideas generation, evaluation and brilliant implementation for successful and enduring businesses. It encompasses majority of the processes for building amazingly successful organization. Even though, this guide does not present entirely new theories, it does offer great insight into the complex but interesting situation of ideas generation, evaluation and implementation, hence, deeply unveils the secret to success of several successful organisations around the world. It could be a good guide against early closure of Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSMEs), if meticulously deployed. This could also be a revolutionary insight that needs to be applied.
Author : Jon Gertner Category : Business & Economics Publisher : Penguin ISBN : 9781101561089 Type book : PDF & Epub
Page book : 432
The definitive history of America’s greatest incubator of innovation and the birthplace of some of the 20th century’s most influential technologies “Filled with colorful characters and inspiring lessons . . . The Idea Factory explores one of the most critical issues of our time: What causes innovation?” —Walter Isaacson, The New York Times Book Review “Compelling . . . Gertner's book offers fascinating evidence for those seeking to understand how a society should best invest its research resources.” —The Wall Street Journal From its beginnings in the 1920s until its demise in the 1980s, Bell Labs-officially, the research and development wing of AT&T-was the biggest, and arguably the best, laboratory for new ideas in the world. From the transistor to the laser, from digital communications to cellular telephony, it's hard to find an aspect of modern life that hasn't been touched by Bell Labs. In The Idea Factory, Jon Gertner traces the origins of some of the twentieth century's most important inventions and delivers a riveting and heretofore untold chapter of American history. At its heart this is a story about the life and work of a small group of brilliant and eccentric men-Mervin Kelly, Bill Shockley, Claude Shannon, John Pierce, and Bill Baker-who spent their careers at Bell Labs. Today, when the drive to invent has become a mantra, Bell Labs offers us a way to enrich our understanding of the challenges and solutions to technological innovation. Here, after all, was where the foundational ideas on the management of innovation were born.
Author : Everest Media, Category : Business & Economics Publisher : Everest Media LLC ISBN : 9798822543690 Type book : PDF & Epub
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 Mervin Kelly, the boy who would become the author’s grandfather, was a striver. He was both class president and valedictorian in high school, and people in Gallatin noticed that he was intent on being in charge. #2 In the early 1900s, when Kelly was going to school, few Americans recognized the differences between a scientist, an engineer, and an inventor. The public was far more impressed by new technology than the knowledge that created the technology. #3 Edison was a genius in making new inventions work, but he was not a genius in theory. He scorned talk about scientific theory, and he knew little about electricity. He relied on assistants trained in math and science to investigate the principles of his inventions. #4 The idea that scientists trained in subjects like physics could do interesting and important work was gaining legitimacy. Americans still knew very little about the sciences, but they were beginning to hear about a stream of revelations, all European in origin, regarding the hidden but fundamental structure of the visible world.
Author : Pepper White Category : Education Publisher : MIT Press ISBN : 0262250365 Type book : PDF & Epub
Page book : 344
This is a personal story of the educational process at one of the world's great technological universities. This is a personal story of the educational process at one of the world's great technological universities. Pepper White entered MIT in 1981 and received his master's degree in mechanical engineering in 1984. His account of his experiences, written in diary form, offers insight into graduate school life in general—including the loneliness and even desperation that can result from the intense pressure to succeed—and the purposes of engineering education in particular. The first professor White met at MIT told him that it did not really matter what he learned there, but that MIT would teach him how to think. This, then, is the story of how one student learned how to think. There have of course been changes at MIT since 1984, but its essence is still the same. White has added a new preface and concluding chapter to this edition to bring the story of his continuing education up to date.
Author : Everest Media, Category : Self-Help Publisher : Everest Media LLC ISBN : 9798822502802 Type book : PDF & Epub
Page book : 35
Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 The ability to speak off the cuff is crucial in many situations, and speaking impromptu is difficult. However, you can become an outstanding impromptu speaker if you follow the right process.