Review: Innovation and Entrepreneurship

5 Star, Best Practices in Management, Change & Innovation

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5.0 out of 5 stars Deflates Knowledge-Based Innovation, Very Practical,

April 8, 2000
Peter F. Drucker
Drucker has a remarkable ability to deflate any self-styled entrepreneur and “innovator.” His book discusses the sources of innovation, concluding rather significantly that knowledge-based innovation is rarely successful-that innovation generally works best when all the factors are known and put into new combinations that work exceedingly well-and that successful innovations start small, focus on the simplest element that can be understood by any half-wit, don’t cost a lot, and are never grandiose.
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