GAME CHANGERS. 232 INNOVATIONS THAT HAVE SHAPED OUR WORLD
Hitendra Patel, Mark Rennella, Julija Kaminskaite
Game Changers gives readers a horizontal and vertical view of the wide reach of innovation over time and its impact on the lives of individuals and societies. Innovation has shaped human history in decisive ways. From light bulbs to lasers, from plumbing to water purification, innovation has helped human beings deal with change, cope with major problems and to achieve what had once seemed either impossible or even unthinkable.
Global Innovation Management Institute Publishing, October 2017
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BEYOND EUREKA BOOK SERIES
HEALTHOVATE! INNOVATING TO LIVE LONGER, FEEL BETTER
Ronald Jonash, Pamela McNamara, Hitendra Patel
Healthovate! is a collection of stories of more than fifty innovative companies whose breakthroughs are changing the healthcare industry. These companies have created specific breakthroughs that are dramatically changing the way people receive and use products and services that enrich their health and well-being.
Hult International Business School Publishing, Dec 2013
CONNECTIVATE! COMPANIES INNOVATING IN NEW WAYS TO BE ALWAYS AVAILABLE
Ronald Jonash, Victor Fernandes, Hitendra Patel, Steve Wyatt
Connectivate! is a collection of stories of more than fifty innovative companies whose breakthroughs are changing the world. These companies have created a new economic context, making themselves increasingly accessible to create a space-time singularity called Always Available.
Hult International Business School Publishing, May 2012
GREENOVATE! COMPANIES INNOVATING TO CREATE A MORE SUSTAINABLE WORLD
Ronald Jonash, Tyler McNally, Hitendra Patel
Greenovate! is a compilation of stories of how many of the world’s leading and emerging companies are addressing sustainability issues with profitable solutions that can spur even more innovation, growth and development as individuals and companies realize that being green DOES NOT MEAN being in the red.
Hult International Business School Publishing, Apr 2012
OTHER INNOVATION BOOKS
THE STATE OF INNOVATION AT FIRM LEVEL IN SINGAPORE
Hitendra Patel, Eduardo Chakarian
Monitor Group, together with Singapore’s Institute of Policy Studies, led a study to assess the state of innovation capabilities in Singapore both at firm and national levels. This flagship study also compares Singapore’s innovation capabilities with those in other leading economies, and has developed a revealing set of insights on the policies, actions and initiatives needed to strengthen innovation capabilities and performance in Singapore.
Institute of Policy Studies; 1st edition, 2005
THE INNOVATION PREMIUM: HOW NEXT GENERATION COMPANIES ARE ACHIEVING PEAK PERFORMANCE AND PROFITABILITY
Ronald Jonash, Tom Sommerlatte (at Arthur D. Little)
In today’s constantly shifting marketplace, “innovation” has become the catchword of companies large and small. In The Innovation Premium, Ron Jonash and Tom Sommerlatte draw on years of research and experience to demonstrate-for the first time-that those companies that consistently achieve innovation leadership enjoy measurable advantages, including an average 15 percent increase in shareholder returns. Bridging the gap between the technological and organizational aspects of innovation, the authors show managers at all levels how to move beyond continuous improvement of products and processes to create the “Next Generation Enterprise,” an organization that thrives on innovation and knows how to harness it to create and capture value, spark and speed growth, and achieve the highest standards of performance.
Basic Books, Oct 1999
ENTREPRENEURS, MANAGERS, AND LEADERS: WHAT THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY CAN TEACH US ABOUT LEADERSHIP
Anthony Mayo, Nitin Nohria, Mark Rennella
Entrepreneurs, Managers, and Leaders examines the role that business leaders play in shaping industries and how the evolving context of industries shapes leaders in turn. This co-evolutionary process of leadership and industry development is told through the story of the American airline industry across the 20th century. Entrepreneurs, who explored a variety of different airline concepts in search of a viable business model, dominate the industry’s early history. As the industry evolved, a new breed of managers emerged who built a dominant business model that enables their companies to grow dramatically. Later, after the industry matured, leaders took center-stage as agents of change to rebuild and revitalize the industry. The lessons of entrepreneurs, managers, and leaders from the airlines can be applied to understanding any industry’s evolution.
Palgrave Macmillan, Oct 2009