3 edition of An innovator"s tale found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HD38.7 .H53 2000, PS3558.I238 I55 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||229 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||2002282417|
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Walter Isaacson’s “The Innovators” traces the history of the computing machine and the more recent invention of the Internet, with profiles of many integral players. Innovators have the courage to innovate: which consists of challenging the status quo, and being willing to take risks.
Innovators have an important cognitive skill: associational thinking, or. ‘The Innovators’ by Walter Isaacson. Walter Isaacson tells hundreds of stories of inventors and their is the author of “Nobody Turn Me Around’’ and “The Big Book of Writing.
Nine Innovators to Watch in These big thinkers are set to make news this year with exciting developments in transportation, energy, health, food science and more. The tale of their teamwork is important because we don't often focus on how central that skill is to innovation.
There are thousands of books. Isaacson’s fine new book, “The Innovators,” is a serial biography of the large number of ingenious scientists and engineers who, you might say, led up to Jobs and his Apple co-founder Steve. “The Innovators” cannot really be faulted for the hastiness of its final pages, in which Isaacson provides brief and largely unilluminating glimpses at.
Nine Innovators to Watch in Meet a group of trailblazers in medicine, education, art, transportation, artificial intelligence and more. In this groundbreaking book, author Paul Shapiro tells the wild tale of the innovators and investors racing to commercialize the world’s first real animal .