I’m excited to be on this new list of top innovation books, at www.medium.com:
Explaining Creativity by Keith Sawyer
If innovation were a religion, then creativity would be its clergy and this textbook, which collects all the latest scientific research on the topic, its bible. Sawyer does a masterful job of dispelling many myths surrounding the field, such as creativity is only about the flash of insight or rejecting convention. Finally, some (empirical) fundamentalism we can all embrace.
Other books on this list, by David Dabscheck:
Creative Intelligence by Bruce Nussbaum
Innovation as Usual by Paddy Miller & Thomas Wedell-Wedellsborg
Running Lean by Ash Maurya
The 7th Sense by William Duggan
Inside the Box by Drew Boyd and Jacob Goldenberg
101 Design Methods by Vijay Kumar
The Art of Critical Making by Rosanne Somerson and Mara Hermano
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This is good collection. Glad I found it.