A new book offers bite-sized chunks of insight into where new ideas come from.
We are very pleased to announce that FORTUNE magazine writer, Anne Fisher, recently favorably reviewed 63 Innovation Nuggets (for aspiring innovators) in her online piece titled “63 Ways to Be More Innovative at Work” (Nov. 4, 2015).
Fisher, author of two books herself and columnist for FORTUNE since 1996, writes, “Barbee’s ideas are deceptively simple, but each one could pack a real punch.”
Whether you pack this book in your travel bag or keep it by your bedside, you’ll find yourself drawn into its practical wisdom again and again. You can read the entire article online at FORTUNE.
PRESS RELEASE OCTOBER, 2015:
Innovation is a subject that fascinates and beguiles us at the same time. It defines individuals as well as companies. And without it companies and individuals are doomed to failure.
Business executive and Faculty Fellow at University of Virginia’s Graduate Business School, George Barbee, has written an illuminating as well as easy to absorb series of ”Innovation Nuggets” that will help any struggling entrepreneur, front line manager, or senior executive gain a fresh perspective on this topic.
Gleaned from his forty-five year career leading innovation with major companies like Gillette, GE, PepsiCo, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 63 Innovation Nuggets (for inspiring innovators), will inspire your audience to develop their own innovation talents as well as innovate new products and services.
Thanks for giving this book your consideration. We have marked off special nuggets in each section that we feel are especially useful in today’s marketplace.
We have included George’s contact information on the press release so you can contact him directly for an interview, discussion of a byline article, or to pick his brain on an article you are currently working on or considering. You will find him engaging and prompt in his responses.
Thank you for your time.
Welcome! I am very pleased to announce that “63 Innovation Nuggets (for aspiring innovators)” is available through Amazon in hardcover (and as an ebook soon)! You can also order a hardcover at Barnes&Noble. The collection of nuggets in this book broaden the concept of innovation from the historically narrow view around new products emanating just from R&D.
My innovative global leadership stretches across consumer products, entrepreneurial financial services, and global professional services, so it’s natural for me to feel that today’s innovation emanates from a diverse array of individuals across a wide range of functional areas including finance, technology, manufacturing, marketing, engineering, and sales. Continue reading