Innovation: The Attacker's Advantage
Takes an aggressive approach giving managers at all levels the competitive edge they need for business survival and market dominance, including advice on predicting the market, offensive and defensive market strategies, investing, and increasing program effectiveness
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This could lead to a mere billion components on a square centimeter of silicon.
That is not very restrictive." But Ross goes on to explain that there are other, even
more severe restrictions on the number of components we can place on a chip ...
components that would open the way for the broad-scale consumer use of
electronics. But there was a problem of limits. To be useful these little
components had to be wired together. The more complex the function of the
device, the more of ...
That's the "AHA!" experience. Jack Kilby, as a young engineer at TI, had a
different approach to the connection problem. He observed that silicon, the
material that had come to be used for the transistors, could be used for the other
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing
Whenever President Obama speaks on the US path to recovery he speaks of innovation. He states repeatedly that innovation is a singular American trait. In this contest this book, old as it is is an important contribution to the road ahead. Read full review
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This was one of the first business books I read and remains one of the best. Foster's thesis is that innovation is a necessity for companies to survive and prosper in an every changing world, but that ... Read full review
One Why Leaders become Losers
Two The Age of Discontinuity
Three Lessons from the Limitists
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