The Innovator's Cookbook: Essentials for Inventing What Is Next

ജ Download  Format Kindle [ 백 The Innovator's Cookbook: Essentials for Inventing What Is Next ] For Free ඉ PDF Author Steven Johnson ර ജ Download Format Kindle [ 백 The Innovator's Cookbook: Essentials for Inventing What Is Next ] For Free ඉ PDF Author Steven Johnson ර Table of ContentsTitle PageCopyright PageIntroductionESSAYSThe Discipline of InnovationNobody Cares What You Do in There The Low RoadHow to Kill CreativityThe Rise of the Creative ClassThe Rules of InnovationCustomers as InnovatorsInnovation Blowback Disruptive Management Practices from AsiaThe Process of Social InnovationVenturesome ConsumptionINNOVATORSAT WORKA Conversation with Brian EnoA Conversation with Beth NoveckA Conversation with Jon SchnurA Conversation with Tom KelleyA Conversation with Katie SalenA Conversation with Ray OzzieCREDITS AND PERMISSIONSABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORSAlso by Steven JohnsonAlso by Steven JohnsonInterface Culture How New Technology Transforms the Way We Create and CommunicateEmergence The Connected Lives of Ants, Brains, Cities, and SoftwareMind Wide Open Your Brain and the Neuroscience of Everyday LifeEverything Bad Is Good for You How Todays Popular Culture Is Actually Making Us SmarterThe Ghost Map The Story of Londons Most Terrifying Epidemicand How It Changed Science, Cities, and the Modern WorldThe Invention of Air A Story of Science, Faith, Revolution, and the Birth of AmericaWhere Good Ideas Come FromRIVERHEAD BOOKSPublished by the Penguin Group Penguin Group USA Inc 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014, USAPenguin Group Canada , 90 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 700, Toronto, Ontario M4P 2Y3, Canada a division of Pearson Penguin Canada Inc Penguin Books Ltd., 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL, EnglandPenguin Group Ireland, 25 St Stephens Green, Dublin 2, Ireland a division of Penguin Books Ltd Penguin Group Australia , 250 Camberwell Road, Camberwell, Victoria 3124, Australia a division of Pearson Australia Group Pty Ltd Penguin Books India Pvt Ltd., 11 Community Centre, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi110 017, IndiaPenguin Group NZ , 67 Apollo Drive, Rosedale, Auckland 0632, New Zealand a division of Pearson New Zealand Ltd Penguin Books South Africa Pty Ltd., 24 Sturdee Avenue, Rosebank, Johannesburg 2196, South AfricaPenguin Books Ltd., Registered Offices 80 Strand, London WC2R 0RL, EnglandWhile the author has made every effort to provide accurate telephone numbers and Internet addresses at the time of publication, neither the publisher nor the author assumes any responsibility for errors, or for changes that occur after publication Further, the publisher does not have any control over and does not assume any responsibility for author or third party websites or their content.THE INNOVATORS COOKBOOKCopyright 2011 by Steven JohnsonA continuation of this copyright page appears on page 257All rights reserved.No part of this book may be reproduced, scanned, or distributed in any printed or electronic form without permission Please do not participate in or encourage piracy of copyrighted materials in violation of the authors rights Purchase only authorized editions RIVERHEAD is a registered trademark of Penguin Group USA Inc.The RIVERHEAD logo is a trademark of Penguin Group USA Inc.First Riverhead trade paperback edition October 2011ISBN 9781101550380INTRODUCTION The first step in winning the future is encouraging American innovation.BARACK OBAMA, STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS, JANUARY 20III first began working explicitly on the problem of innovation in the summer of 2006, when I started writing a book about new ideas and the environments that encouraged them But it wasnt until I finished that book that I realized I had been wrestling with innovation, in one way or another, for almost two decades The first articles I published in my twenties as an easily distracted English lit grad student gravitated toward the digital revolutions coming out of Silicon Valley all my books since then have focused on new ideas and their transformative powerinnovations in science or tech or politics or entertainment, some of them recent headlines and some ancient history.That long history with the topic may help explain why I assumed almost by default, as I was writing the innovation book , that there was nothing particularly timely about the subject matter, nothing distinct to the zeitgeist of postmillennial culture Sure, we routinely lavish praise on and pen hagiographies about entrepreneurs like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg, but we did the same for Thomas Edison and Ben Franklin before them I had written books that I consciously thought of as zeitgeist y as I was working on them Innovation wasnt like that This was, in fact, one of the things I found refreshing about the topic Innovation wasnt trendy it was evergreen.But then something seemed to happen, as the world economy began to climb its way out of the Great Crunch of 2008 to 2009, and we began to probe through the rubble looking for clues to explain what had brought on such a colossal failure, clues that might also, we hoped, suggest ways to avoid similar failures in the future After a decade of financial pseudo innovationthe creditdefault swaps and collateralized debt obligations that inflated the housing bubble and nearly brought down the world economy when that bubble inevitably burstit seemed suddenly, viscerally clear that economic growth needed to come from making useful things again, whether those things were electric cars or digital code, and not just creating illusory value out of complex derivative schemes.I saw this firsthand in the United States, and to a lesser extent in the UK, but I suspect the pattern extends throughout the world By the time I had finished the final draft of my book , innovation seemed to be on everyones lips public school superintendents, venture capitalists, clean energy entrepreneurs, op ed writers And so when President Obama delivered his State of the Union address in January of 2011, it was not terribly surprising to see him devote nearly a third of the speech to innovation related initiatives The speech is worth quoting from in some length, because the way that he frames the issue tells us something important about why innovation seems so central to us today The first step in winning the future is encouraging American innovation None of us can predict with certainty what the next big industry will be or where the new jobs will come from Thirty years ago, we couldnt know that something called the Internet would lead to an economic revolution What we can dowhat America does better than anyone elseis spark the creativity and imagination of our people Were the nation that put cars in driveways and computers in offices the nation of Edison and the Wright brothers of Google and Facebook In America, innovation doesnt just change our lives It is how we make our living.Our free enterprise system is what drives innovation But because its not always profitable for companies to invest in basic research, throughout our history, our government has provided cutting edge scientists and inventors with the support that they need Thats what planted the seeds for the Internet Thats what helped make possible things like computer chips and GPS Just think of all the good jobsfrom manufacturing to retailthat have come from these breakthroughs.Half a century ago, when the Soviets beat us into space with the launch of a satellite called Sputnik, we had no idea how we would beat them to the moon The science wasnt even there yet NASA didnt exist But after investing in better research and education, we didnt just surpass the Soviets we unleashed a wave of innovation that created new industries and millions of new jobs.This is our generations Sputnik moment Two years ago, I said that we needed to reach a level of research and development we havent seen since the height of the Space Race And in a few weeks, I will be sending a budget to Congress that helps us meet that goal Well invest in biomedical research, information technology, and especially clean energy technologyan investment that will strengthen our security, protect our planet, and create countless new jobs for our people.As Obama suggests, the social impact of innovation has a long history to it, one that, it should be said, is hardly as America centric as Obama implies think of the British steam engines that powered the first wave of the industrial revolution in the eighteenth century, or the inventions in algebra and double entry accounting during the Islamic golden age than a thousand years ago The history of human progress, worldwide, is the history of new ideas put to wonderful new use.But the State of the Union address also shed light on what makes our present attitude toward innovation different, in two fundamental ways The first is this distinct assumption that innovation canand shouldbe cultivated that it wasnt just something that would magically emerge on its own from the folkloric Entrepreneurial American Spirit Innovation could be taught, encouraged, supportedor suppressedthanks to decisions that we made as a society It wasnt enough just to lower the capital gains tax and let the entrepreneurs and venture capitalists go wild innovation required subtle interventions for it to truly flourish.The presidents interest in nurturing innovation has its roots in a growing body of research that has accumulated over the past twenty years, some of it written by economists and legal scholars who would become part of Obamas inner circle For most of the twentieth century, innovation lived at the margins of most economics scholarship Thousands of books were written on the efficiency of markets, and the conditions under which governments might correct capitalisms turbulence or inequities elaborate mathematical models were built to explain the miracles of price signaling But the seemingly equally important question of how societies came up with new products in the first place went largely unexamined Intriguingly, some of the most astute analyses of innovation came from open critics of capitalism starting with Marxs famous observation that market driven economies created a culture of permanent change, where all that is solid melts into air Later, the Austrian socialist Joseph Schumpeter chronicled capitalisms relentless drive for creative destructionpopularizing a phrase that would eventually be embraced by titans of industry and business school seminars, losing its original negative connotations in the process.But the past two decades have corrected this strange oversight, as a growing number of influential thinkers have begun to investigate the mysteries of innovation, many of whom are represented in this volume Books with titles like The Innovators Dilemma and The Art of Innovation now circulate through business school syllabi and corporate retreats Creativity consultants do a booming business Cities around the globe vie to re create the innovation magic of high tech hubs like Silicon Valley or Route 128. The Innovators Cookbook is, in part, an attempt to capture the best of that wide ranging scholarship in a single volume But it is also an attempt to shine light on a recent development in the literature of innovation, one that is also evident in Obamas State of the Union address And that is the growing sense that governments have an integral role to play in fostering innovative societiesand, perhaps radically, that they themselves can show some of the inventiveness that has traditionally been the hallmark of the private sector While the scholarship on innovation that has blossomed over the past twenty years has opened many doors in understanding how new products and services emerge, it has generally worked under the assumption that the most important innovations arose out of the competitive pressure of the marketplace But the revolutionary impact of the Internet and the Webthe two most transformative innovations of our time, both of which evolved outside traditional market environments and are, effectively, owned and operated collectivelyhave made it clear that the private sector hardly holds a monopoly on innovation.From the New York Times bestselling author of How We Got To Now and FarsightedSteven Johnson, author of Where Good Ideas Come From, Emergence, Everything Bad is Good for You, Mind Wide Open and Ghost Map, and an acknowledged bestselling leader on the subject of innovation, gathers for a foundational text on the subject of innovation essays, interviews, and cutting edge insights by such exciting field leaders as Peter Drucker, Richard Florida, Eric Von Hippel, Dean Keith Simonton, Arthur Koestler, John Seely Brown, and Marshall Berman Johnson also provides new material from Marisa Mayer of Google, Twitter s Biz Stone and Jack Dorsey, and Ray Ozzie, Microsoft s former Chief Software Architect With additional commentary by Johnson himself, this book reveals the innovation found in a wide range of fields, including science, technology, energy, transportation, education, art, and sociology, making it vital, fresh, and fascinating reading for our time, and for the future. 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    • The Innovator's Cookbook: Essentials for Inventing What Is Next
    • Steven Johnson
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    • 11 August 2016
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