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Published: 2013

Author: Gary Klein

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Size: 304 Pages

ISBN: 1610392515

Seeing What Others Don't : The Remarkable Ways We Gain Insights

This book is predicated on a simple concept, innovation and insight are processes. Gary Klein dispels the myth of the Eureka moment and examines the process behind discovery and innovation. His book is filled with examples from history and provides thoughtful perspective. Whether you ultimately believe or dismiss his model, the book will help you solidify your own model of the process.

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