If you’re anything like me, when you’re passionate about a topic like innovation you look for ways to broaden your knowledge, through reading, videos, networking, etc. I am equally as passionate about food as I am about innovation. But I’m not going to become a Michelin-star chef by practicing just one recipe. Similarly, you cannot learn the ins and outs of innovation by reading just one book on the topic. There are hundreds of ways to approach Innovation, with twice as many people willing to sell you a book about how to do just that.
To make it easier for you to wade through that sea of information, I’ve compiled a list of “Roel’s Rules of Innovation.” It’s simply a list of books, most being directly linked to innovation, that really stood out and spoke to me. Some of the items are more vaguely related via topics like business strategy or pitching but still extremely useful in the world of innovation. I hope you find some you like!
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