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Dealing with Darwin: How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution

Dealing with Darwin How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution Dealing with Darwin How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution

  • Title: Dealing with Darwin: How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution
  • Author: Geoffrey A. Moore
  • ISBN: 9781591841074
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Dealing with Darwin How Great Companies Innovate at Every Phase of Their Evolution

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    1. Read it for work because I had already read some of the other choices (Checklist Manifesto, Your Brain at Work) and found it very dull. Lots of boring categorization that was not relevant to my life or my work.

    2. I decided to read ''Dealing with Darwin'' because Eric Ries spoke highly of it. I had really enjoyed Ries' book ''The Lean Start-up''. It was a surprise for me that, unlike Ries, Geoffrey Moore focuses in ''Dealing with Darwin'' more on mature companies than on start-ups. As Moore mentions at the beginning of chapter 3, the purpose of his book is to analyse the best practises for innovation in mature companies.For me, he main lesson from ''Dealing with Darwin'' is that different types of innovat [...]

    3. After two months of slogging through this book, I've decide to call it quits with some 30% left. I would have thought that a book on business strategy and innovation would have kept my interest, but perhaps I'm not as high-minded as I hoped. I thought the author did a great job distinguishing between the challenges of Volume Operations Model and a Complex Operations Model. I also found it useful to read the author's discussions on the different type of innovations and his examples of companies t [...]

    4. This is probably Geoffrey Moore's best book. Although he is a bit of a one-trick-pony. Everything boils down to the technology adoption life cycle from his first book. He puts innovation strategies on the life cycle continuum in order to help firms figure out the appropriate strategy. They are further broken down by business architecture: volume operations or complex-systems vendors. The eye-opening thing for me was the idea that when you need to cycle workers from cash-cow products or systems o [...]

    5. Desde Leader Summaries recomendamos la lectura del libro El desafío de Darwin, de Geoffrey A. Moore.Las personas interesadas en las siguientes temáticas lo encontrarán práctico y útil: innovación, innovación, desarrollo y cambio, estrategia y modelos de negocio.En el siguiente enlace tienes el resumen del libro El desafío de Darwin, 14 estrategias de innovación empresarial para triunfar en el mercado: El desafío de Darwin

    6. This is a really refreshing and surprisingly comprehensive view of innovation in organisations. Personally I found part I + III to be sufficiently compelling as it almost immediately brings images of large organisations I participated in suffocate through inertia.

    7. While the message here is useful, it's conveyed with so much jargon that I skimmed large swaths of it. Read the headings, review the diagrams, and make note of the basic process steps --- don't bother trying to read it line by line.

    8. Not marking as done this year since I don't want it to count toward my reading challenge. Read a page or two per chapter Not amazed.

    9. Moore has great insight. This book about innovation inside large corporates was a bit outside my interest area.

    10. I actually didn't finish this book. go first with crossing the chasm and then if you are really into it go with this book.

    11. An extremely visual exploration of corporate culture and how it must be handled concerning both inertia and innovation.

    12. First and foremost the last part (managing inertia) contains interesting insights, but the main part (managing innovation, about 50% of the book) was deadly boring reading.

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