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How Innovation Works: And Why It Flourishes in Freedom Tapa dura – 19 mayo 2020

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"How Innovation Works is an entertaining attempt to explore what innovation is, how it works and why it is resisted... Packed with insightful examples...Engaging." --Financial Times

"Opinionated, often counterintuitive, full of delicious stories, always provocative."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

"An insightful and charming exploration of questions that range from the truly profound (How does our species capture energy to stave off decay and death?) to the merely fascinating (Why did it take us so long to invent the wheeled suitcase?)."--Steven Pinker

"Ridley constructs a fascinating theory of innovation, including its prehistoric roots, how it will shape the future and what makes it successful."--Scientific American

"A fascinating look at how innovations have shaped the modern age and how the process remains integral to the contemporary world...How Innovation Works is a provocative and necessary read for considering future directions for societies and governments."--Shelf Awareness

"Matt Ridley is one the best non-fiction writers of his generation. He could be described as England's Yuval Harari...His latest book is a pleasure to read: he carries his considerable learning with an engagingly light touch...Great book. Read it. You'll be glad you did."--Forbes Magazine

"In this insightful and delightful book, Matt Ridley explores the wondrous causes of innovation, the force that drives our modern economy. He shows that it's a team sport, but one that features many colorful stars. It's a joy to tag along with him as he mines the history of human advances to discover nuggets of useful lessons."
--Walter Isaacson

Biografía del autor

Matt Ridley is the author of books that have sold well over a million copies in 32 languages: THE RED QUEEN, THE ORIGINS OF VIRTUE, GENOME, NATURE VIA NURTURE, FRANCIS CRICK, THE RATIONAL OPTIMIST, THE EVOLUTION OF EVERYTHING, and HOW INNOVATION WORKS. In his bestseller GENOME and in his biography of Francis Crick, he showed an ability to translate the details of genomic discoveries into understandable and exciting stories. During the current pandemic, he has written essays for the Wall Street Journal and The Spectator about the origin and genomics of the virus. His most recent WSJ piece appeared on January 16, 2021. He is a member of the House of Lords in the UK.

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  • Editorial ‏ : ‎ HARPERCOLLINS (19 mayo 2020)
  • Idioma ‏ : ‎ Inglés
  • Tapa dura ‏ : ‎ 416 páginas
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0062916599
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0062916594
  • Peso del producto ‏ : ‎ 544 g
  • Dimensiones ‏ : ‎ 15.24 x 3.28 x 22.86 cm
  • Opiniones de los clientes:
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3,0 de 5 estrellas Ridley fails to identify why innovators or inventors do their thing.
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The first chapters of this book trot us through relatively familiar territory to most innovators, and it is self-evident from the book's content that non-innovators are unlikely to pick it up and read it. Why Ridley treats us to a dissertation on fire, which like water was not invented, is hard to see, whilst ignoring the wheel, which was. A more glaring omission is the focus on Edison but lack of analysis and recognition of the crucial role of Bell Labs with its numerous inventions and innovations, not least the transistor and the laser, as well as software such as Unix and C. I would also take issue with him over the primacy in computing of Tommy Flowers' Colossus computer, as it seems facile to dismiss it as a "single-purpose" machine, when virtually every computer, until the advent of timesharing in the 1960's was, in effect, a single purpose machine. He also fails to mention Professor Donald Michie at Manchester, who wrote the very first computer programme.
These are minor criticisms, in what generally is a well-researched book, which improves significantly when he advocates with some passion, the necessity of innovation in ensuring the progress of the human race. It is therefore all the more surprising that he does not examine in any great detail the motivation of inventors and innovators. Surely this should be at the centre of his work since it is obvious that money and fame are not the main drivers because so few innovators, and even fewer inventors, achieve either. He therefore scores a B minus for this work, worthy of being read nevertheless.
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3,0 de 5 estrellas Definitely a worthwhile read, but packed with repetitive libertarian and Brexiteer memes
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