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    The 9 Myths of Measuring Innovation


    In the new book Innovation Accounting, authors Dan Toma and Esther Gons lay out nine of the common innovation myths of measuring innovation. 

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    New Book: What It Takes to Succeed as a ‘Corporate Explorer’


    Veteran corporate innovator Russell Rogers talks with two of the authors of the new book Corporate Explorer, about metrics, C-level support, and whether there is a “right” number of ideas to collect and cultivate. Includes a PDF excerpt from the book.

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    New Book: Five Ways to Innovate Inside Bureaucracies


    Trying to make something new happen inside a big, established organization is never easy. Eric Haseltine and Chris Gilbert’s new book, “Riding the Monster: Five Ways to Innovate Inside Bureaucracies,” provides a guide to avoiding the gnashing teeth of the corporate machine, rather than getting chewed up and spit out.

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    New Book Overview: The Brains and Brawn Company


    Industry leaders combine physical innovation — like logistics, manufacturing, customer service, and quality control — with the digital. Rob Siegel’s new book explores…

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    Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust from Anywhere


    How can you level up your digital presence and keep teams engaged from home? Erica Dhawan, author of the book Digital Body Language, shares tips.