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AI Superpowers: China, Silicon Valley and the New World OrderKai-Fu LeeThis book is an eye opener for those who are unfamiliar with the wide-ranging capabilities and imminent impact of AI. Lee goes into the development, design and future of AI and its associated technology. He contrasts Chinese work in AI with that of the US, and their cultural approach to the field. Lee makes the case that AI will have huge consequences for society and determine the relative economic power of nations.EnglishLink
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Blitzscaling: The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable CompaniesReid HoffmanThe basic idea is that in the digital age, the profits in many markets are determined on a winner-takes-all (or at least most) basis. Thus, to achieve this, you have to be “first to scale”. This naturally requires dramatic investments to growth.EnglishLink
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Bold: How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the WorldPeter Diamandis and Steven KotlerWe live in an age of innovation. An increasing number of exponential technologies are reshaping our society, and this book by Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler seeks to explain how you can take advantage of these drivers to go big and impact the world.EnglishLink
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Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and ChallengersAlexander Osterwalder & Yves PigneurBusiness Model Generation is a handbook for visionaries, game changers, and challengers striving to defy outmoded business models and design tomorrow's enterprises. If your organization needs to adapt to harsh new realities, but you don't yet have a strategy that will get you out in front of your competitors, you need Business Model Generation.EnglishLink
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Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires InnovationTim Browndesign thinking converts need into demand. It′s a human−centered approach to problem solving that helps people and organizations become more innovative and more creative.EnglishLink
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China's new normal: How China sets the standard for innovation
Pascal CoppensAs the world is watching what is happening in Silicon Valley, an innovation train in China is racing past us. Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent are now well-known names of fast and furious innovative China, but they are only the tip of the iceberg.EnglishLink
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Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us AllTom KelleyPowerful and compelling book on unleashing the creativity that lies within each and every one of us.EnglishLink
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Creativity Inc: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True InspirationEd Catmulla manual for anyone who strives for originality and the first-ever, all-access trip into the nerve center of Pixar Animation—into the meetings, postmortems, and “Braintrust” sessions where some of the most successful films in history are made. EnglishLink
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Crossing the Chasm: Marketing and Selling High-Tech Products to Mainstream CustomersGeoffrey MooreGreat book built on top of the theory on the diffusion of innovation.EnglishLink
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Design thinking for the greater good: Innovation in the Social SectorJeanne LiedtkaFacing especially wicked problems, social-sector organizations are searching for powerful new methods to understand and address them. Design Thinking for the Greater Good goes in depth on both the how of using new tools and the why. EnglishLink
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From Zero to One:Notes on Startups, or How to Build the FuturPeter ThielThe basic premise of the book is that the future is created by people who search for things that others haven’t done before, and to do that you have to go back to first principles and think differently from everyone else.EnglishLink
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How to Fly a Horse: The Secret History of Creation, Invention, and DiscoveryKevin AshtonHow to Fly a Horse is an interesting exploration of how “new” comes to be. Ashton shows how creators apply everyday, ordinary thinking, taking many small steps and working in an endless cycle of problem and solution. He examines why innovators meet resistance and how they overcome it, why most organizations stifle creative people, and the inner workings of creative organizations.EnglishLink
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Infinite GameSimon SinekHow do we win a game that has no end? Finite games, like football or chess, have known players, fixed rules and a clear endpoint. The winners and losers are easily identified. Infinite games, games with no finish line, like business or politics, or life itself, have players who come and go. The rules of an infinite game are changeable while infinite games have no defined endpoint. There are no winners or losers—only ahead and behind.EnglishLink
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Never Split the Difference: Negotiating as if your life depended on it
Chris VossA former international hostage negotiator for the FBI offers a new, field-tested approach to high-stakes negotiationswhether in the boardroom or at home.EnglishLink
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Non B**shit Innovation: Radical Ideas from the World’s Smartest MindsDavid RowanDavid Rowan travels the globe in search of the most exciting and pioneering startups building the future. He’s got to know the founders of WhatsApp, LinkedIn, Google, Spotify, Xiaomi, Didi, Nest, Twitter and countless other ambitious entrepreneurs disrupting businesses in almost every sector. EnglishLink
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Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the WorldAdam Grantchoosing to champion novel ideas and values that go against the grain, battle conformity, and buck outdated traditions. How can we originate new ideas, policies, and practices without risking it all?EnglishLink
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Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human ConsciousnessFréderic Lalouxthe author shows that every time, in the past, when humanity has shifted to a new stage of consciousness, it has achieved extraordinary breakthroughs in collaboration. A new shift in consciousness is currently underway. Could it help us invent a more soulful and purposeful way to run our businesses and nonprofits, schools and hospitals?EnglishLink
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Reinventing Organizations: A Guide to Creating Organizations Inspired by the Next Stage of Human ConsciousnessJeff SutherlandFor those who believe that there must be a more agile and efficient way for people to get things done, here is a brilliantly discursive, thought-provoking book about the leadership and management process that is changing the way we live.EnglishLink
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Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take ActionSimon SinekWhy are some people and organizations more innovative, more influential, and more profitable than others? Why do some command greater loyalty from customers and employees alike? Even among the successful, why are so few able to repeat their success over and over?EnglishLink
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The Age of Surveillance Capitalism : The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power:Shoshana ZuboffThe challenges to humanity posed by the digital future, the first detailed examination of the unprecedented form of power called "surveillance capitalism," and the quest by powerful corporations to predict and control our behavior.EnglishLink
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The Corporate Startup: How established companies can develop successful innovation ecosystems Dan Toma, Esther E. Gons, and Tendayi VikiBig companies need to innovate or die. The question is how. Companies need a playbook; a process by which they can start the process of transforming their organizations into innovation engines. The Corporate Startup is that playbook. It provides a proven methodology —applying Lean Startup principles and more— for building a culture of innovation.EnglishLink
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The Hard thing about hard thingsBen HorowitzIn the Hard Thing About Hard Things, Ben Horowitz provides readers with an intriguing inside look into his experiences from building, scaling and running startups.EnglishLink
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The Innovator's DilemmaClayton M. ChristensenThe book explains the difference between sustainable & disruptive innovation as a new view of practicing innovation.EnglishLink
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The Innovator’s Solution: Creating and Sustaining Successful GrowthClayton M. Christensen & Michael Raynor how companies can and should become disruptors themselves. This classic work shows just how timely and relevant these ideas continue to be in today’s hyper-accelerated business environment.EnglishLink
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The Lean Startup : How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful BusinessesEric RiesRather than wasting time creating elaborate business plans, The Lean Startup offers entrepreneurs - in companies of all sizes - a way to test their vision continuously, to adapt and adjust before it's too late. Ries provides a scientific approach to creating and managing successful startups in a age when companies need to innovate more than ever.EnglishLink
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The Platform Revolution: How Networked Markets Are Transforming the Economy - And How to Make Them Work for YouGeoffrey G Parker, Marshall Van Alstyne, and Sangeet Paul ChoudaryA practical guide to the new economy that is transforming the way we live, work, and play. EnglishLink
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The Startup Way: Making Entrepreneurship a Fundamental Discipline of Every EnterpriseEric Ries how entrepreneurial principles can be used by businesses ranging from established companies to early-stage startups to grow revenues, drive innovation, and emerge as truly modern organizations poised to take advantage of the enormous opportunities of the 21st century.EnglishLink
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This is Service Design Doing: Applying Service Design Thinking in the Real WorldMarc StickdornHow can you establish a customer-centric culture in an organization? This is the first comprehensive book on how to actually do service design to improve the quality and the interaction between service providers and customers. You’ll learn specific facilitation guidelines on how to run workshops, perform all of the main service design methods, implement concepts in reality, and embed service design successfully in an organization.EnglishLink
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This is Service Design ThinkingMarc StickdornThis is Service Design Thinking.« introduces a new way of thinking to beginners but also serves as a reference for professionals. It explains the approach, its background, process, methods and tools — and connects theory to contemporary case studies.EnglishLink
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Value Proposition Design: How to Create Products and Services Customers WantAlexander Osterwalder, Yves Pigneur, Patricia Papadakos, Gregory Bernarda, Alan SmithIt shows you how to use the Value Proposition Canvas, a practical business tool to design, test, create, and manage products and services customers want. It compliments and perfectly integrates with the Business Model Canvasfrom "Business Model Generation" so you can succeed with great value propositions embedded in scalable and profitable business models.EnglishLink
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The power of experimentsMichael Luca & Max H. BazermanLuca and Bazerman describe the central role experiments play in the tech sector, drawing lessons and best practices from the experiences of such companies as StubHub, Alibaba, and Uber. Successful experiments can save companies money-eBay, for example, discovered how to cut $50 million from its yearly advertising budget-or bring to light something previously ignored, as when Airbnb was forced to confront rampant discrimination by its hosts. Moving beyond tech, Luca and Bazerman consider experimenting for the social good-different ways that govenments are using experiments to influence or "nudge" behavior ranging from voter apathy to school absenteeism. Experiments, they argue, are part of any leader's toolkit. With this book, readers can become part of "the experimental revolution."Englishhttps://www.bookdepository.com/The-Power-of-Experiments-Michael-Luca/9780262043878?redirected=true&utm_medium=Google&utm_campaign=Base2&utm_source=BE&utm_content=The-Power-of-Experiments&selectCurrency=EUR&w=AF4UAU99N4CKZ7A8VR1P&gclid=Cj0KCQiAjKqABhDLARIsABbJrGllHS0o0c_wEXxlwmzX5sS2NJe0Zl1eLBs9t6S03i0991z2XdI0hwQaArCaEALw_wcB
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Super Founders 🦄Ali TamasebLargest dataset ever collected about the origins of billion dollar startups. How all the ~200 unicorns founded between 2015-2018 in the U.S. actually looked like when they started in terms of founders (age, education, years of indstry or relevant work experience, team size, etc.), the company (where they differentiated? Where they first to market? Was their market large? Had competitors? Created a new market or stole an existing one?), and fundraising (did they all raise money? how much? How long it took them to pass the 1bn dollar mark? Etc.). - A great (dat (data) detox for all the stereotypes and popular beliefs and advice in the startup/innovation community. Englishhttps://www.amazon.com/Super-Founders-Reveals-Billion-Dollar-Startups/dp/1541768426/ref=nodl_
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