According to one of management’s most renowned thinkers, Tom Peters, libraries are full of books on innovation. However, he felt the urgent need to make available to his readers a summary of his four decades of experience in the field.
What is this summary all about? 10 concrete, no-funny stuff tips (a common characteristic of Peters), that summarize the most essential knowledge on innovation he has acquired over his admirable career as author and expert on excellence. We share them with you in the following.
Beginning the final session of the World Innovation Forum Leon,Tom Peters did something he’s renowned for: he inspired and surprised. He inspired through his interactive, brilliant, in-the-audience conversation with attendees. And he surprised because he spent 75% of his conversation on the subject of people, explaining: “When you talk about innovation you talk about clever approaches, but nothing makes a difference if the execution and the people part of the equation isn’t there.” Read along for more on Peters’ discussion, as well as his 8 traits associated with innovation.