The best book on innovation? There are, of course, a great many to choose from. The bookshelves groan under the weight of innovative wisdom. Among our own favorites is the large, rambling and gushingly anecdotal, Liberation Management, a sprawling compendium of Tom Peters’ thinking on management in the ‘nanosecond nineties’.
The original manuscript was 1,900 pages long and was only reduced to a manageable size after a third of the material was cut. It is, observed Karl Weick, written in ‘hyper-text’. The language is colorful - ‘middle managers, as we have known them, are cooked . . .
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