5 Books to Inspire Innovation

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August 11, 2012

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5 Books to Inspire Innovation

It isn’t all over; everything has not been invented; the human adventure is just beginning

– Gene Roddenberry –

5 Books to Inspire Innovation

The human brain is a few pounds of pale pink jello inside the skull. It’s also the wondrous source of consciousness and creativity, the place from which our emotions and insights emerge. The following books look at the mystery of the creative mind from many different angles. They investigate the quirks of human nature and the science of beauty, the importance of stories and the necessity of investing in the right kind of collaborative spaces, both online and offline. { read more }

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