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Innovation's Dirty Little Secret

Innovation's Dirty Little Secret Why Serial Innovators Succeed Where Others Fail

By Larry Osborne
Published by Zondervan

Average Blogger Rating: 3.86 Stars

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On 1/30 Tay Bledsoe wrote: It's been awhile since I wrote a review about a book. But this book I was putting to the test! You see this book deals with something that we all know, but few admit. The book I'm talking about is "Innovation's dirty little secret: Why serial innovators succeed where others fail" let's us in on a commonly ... Innovation's dirty little secret:

Tay's Rating:

4 Stars

On 1/27 Jon Keel wrote: So what is Innovation's Dirty Little Secret? I asked myself as I picked a new book to read. How dirty is it? How little is it? How much of a secret is it? And i suppose that was my hesitation in picking up this book, the title suggests a revelation that the reader would not otherwise have realised. ... Innovation's Dirty Little Secret

Jon's Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/20 Henk-Jan van der Klis wrote: Unlike most business books on innovation Larry Osborne does not draw on worn out (urban) legends, instead applies spiritual and managerial lessons in and from his own organization, a mega church in San Diego and his role as teaching pastor. In this Innovation Series book from the Leadership Network Osborne ... Larry Osborne – Innovation’s Dirty Little Secret

Henk-Jan van der Klis' Rating:

4 Stars

On 12/9 Reformissional Rev wrote: Let me get straight to the conclusion, lest what I say at first confuse you or lose you. This is a fantastic book that I highly recommend for anyone who is a leader or aspires to be one. Ok, now that I've said those words, allow me to back track a little bit. When I first saw the cover ... Innovation's Dirty Little Secret by Larry Osborne

Reformissional Rev's Rating:

5 Stars

On 12/6 AngloAddict wrote: Everybody is always looking to be ahead of "the next big thing."  We've all been amazed at some new hot-selling product and said, "Why didn't I think of that?" In the book Innovation's Dirty Little Secret, author Larry Osborne takes a look at how some innovators are able to successfully come up ... You can't teach innovation

AngloAddict's Rating:

2 Stars

On 12/6 Theunis Pienaar wrote: This is an interesting read, if you’re serious about ‘innovation’ & want another take on the subject. Innovations Dirty Little SecretMost books on innovation make it sound as if successful innovation is the end result of a carefully followed recipe. I was pretty relieved to hear Larry Osborne’s ... Innovation’s Dirty Little Secret by Larry Osborne

Theunis' Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/25 Loren wrote: Ever see a successful leader or business and wonder how they do it? They are the kind who always seem to have air beneath their wings and wind in their sails, constantly finding the elusive updrafts to soar to new and exciting heights. The secret to their success, however, does not reside in their flawlessness. ... INNOVATION’S DIRTY LITTLE SECRET BY LARRY OSBORNE

Loren's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/14 Tiffany Chase wrote: This is a fantastic book which speaks to the root of innovation. Mr. Osborne provokes you to come to terms with where you stand as a leader in whatever capacity you serve in. For me, this book has opened my eyes to the mistakes I am making and to the areas where I need to improve in. It also stands as ... Spoke to the Leader in Me!

Tiffany's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/12 David Moser wrote: I’m in my first semester of seminary with a plan for pastoral ministry so I’m very interested in leadership books by Christians like pastor Larry Osborne. I managed to get a free review copy so I could evaluate it for you. This short book contains Larry Osborne’s reflections on how he made innovations ... Innovation's Dirty Little Secret

David's Rating:

3 Stars

On 11/6 Joshua Rhone wrote: Larry Osborne’s Innovation’s Dirty Little Secret: Why Serial Innovators Succeed Where Others Fail is the newest contribution by Leadership Network to its ‘Innovation Series.’ The book purports to let readers in on ‘the dirty little secret that can bring creativity and stability to your leadership.’ ... Failure is an intergral part of change

Joshua's Rating:

2 Stars