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Borrowing Brilliance: The Six Steps to Business Innovation by Building on the Ideas of Others

Borrowing Brilliance: The Six Steps to Business Innovation by Building on the Ideas of Others - 09 edition

ISBN13: 978-1592404780

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ISBN13: 978-1592404780
ISBN10: 1592404782
Cover type: Hardback
Edition/Copyright: 09
Publisher: Penguin Books, Inc.
Published: 2009
International: No

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Borrowing Brilliance: The Six Steps to Business Innovation by Building on the Ideas of Others - 09 edition

ISBN13: 978-1592404780

David Kord Murray

ISBN13: 978-1592404780
ISBN10: 1592404782
Cover type: Hardback
Edition/Copyright: 09
Publisher: Penguin Books, Inc.

Published: 2009
International: No
Summary

In the new bible of business innovation, renowned creativity expert David Kord Murray reveals the key to the creative process: borrowing. There is no such thing as a truly original idea. Great thinkers throughout history have understood this and used it to their advantage. Bill Gates "borrowed brilliance" to create Microsoft, Steve Jobs "borrowed" to create the Mac, and long before that Sir Isaac Newton used similar thinking techniques to arrive at his theory of gravity. Borrowing Brilliance is challenges our notions of intellectual property and authorship, explores the evolution of a creative idea, and takes us step-by-step through Murray's own unique thought process, which combines analytical and non-traditional thinking techniques. Murray's six step "borrowing" process is one that anyone can master to build business innovation.

Murray combines practical lessons with stories from his own career, as well as the careers of brilliant borrowers past and present. Most people believe creativity is a gift, that it can't be taught, that it's innate in your thinking process and either you have it or you don't. But Murray lifts the veil off the creative process, bringing it from the shadows of the subconscious mind into the conscious world. Creativity is not the result of divine intervention; it is something that can be learned and it is easily within reach.

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