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Popular InnovationTools author Paul Sloane recently sent me a copy of his latest book, The Innovative Leader: How to Inspire Your Team and Drive Creativity. I’ve just started reading it, but I can already tell that I’m really going to like it. The book is not a long, academic tome about business innovation and creativity, but rather is broken up into numerous bite-sized chunks of one to two pages each. This makes it easy for busy innovators to digest, as well as making it a practical reference volume on your bookshelf.

Popular InnovationTools author Paul Sloane recently sent me a copy of his latest book, The Innovative Leader: How to Inspire Your Team and Drive Creativity. I’ve just started reading it, but I can already tell that I’m really going to like it. The book is not a long, academic tome about business innovation and creativity, but rather is broken up into numerous bite-sized chunks of one to two pages each. This makes it easy for busy innovators to digest, as well as making it a practical reference volume on your bookshelf. It includes sections on:

  • Leading innovation,
  • Problem analysis,
  • Generating ideas,
  • Implementing innovation processes,
  • Building a creative culture, and
  • Personal creativity.

The Innovative Leader will be published on July 1, 2007 but you can pre-order it from Amazon.com now.

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