Book Reviews: The Innovation Race—How to Change a Culture to Change the Game

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 Book Reviews: The Innovation Race—How to Change a Culture to Change the Game

Today's Manager
March 1, 2017


The Innovation Race—How to Change a Culture to Change the Game
By Andrew Grant and Gaia Grant
Wiley
Reviewer: Sadie-Jane Nunis

Innovate through Culture Change

INNOVATE. Innovate. Innovate. I am pretty sure that this is a word you hear at many meetings when it comes to attracting new clients for example. However, how many times can one truly innovate?

The authors suggest changing one’s culture could possibly help to change the game for an organisation. The Innovation Race helps readers find out how to stay ahead of the race in order to remain more sustainable.

In fact, they guide readers on ways to transform organisations through suggested strategies, find ways to implement a deep cultural shift well, and even find out how you can think innovatively.

The book is a lively read which is the style these best-selling authors write in.

So if your organisation is constantly talking about being innovative and so forth, consider getting your senior management a copy of this book. It is pointless merely talking about it when one can possibly get some ideas on how to move forward with this book.

 

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