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“Steve Jobs” by Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson’s hugely popular biography of Steve Jobs. What is possible if you never stop innovating? Sadly, Jobs was a great motivator but, at times, a really terrible person, especially when it came to family and the way he displayed … Continue reading

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“Is Innovation More about People or Process” by Andrea Ovans

This article in the Harvard Business Review brings up a subject that I’ve struggled with. As a systems engineer I have been trained to look at all aspects of a process, identify strengths and weaknesses, and make appropriate changes. As … Continue reading

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“The Innovators” by Walter Isaacson

One of my favorite authors. The level of detail and unearthed stories are amazing. This book makes me wonder what it’s like to work in a truly collaborative environment, instead of a top-down, hierarchical organization. “A new idea comes suddenly … Continue reading

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