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Innovation book endorsement: Transformation - DIG for Realism

UCL's Institute for Security and Resilience Studies has just released its second major publication: Transformation - DIG for Realism, by JP MacIntosh, JK Mahrra and LR Tyler. The book assesses how organisations can successfully navigate the challenges of Transformation and Innovation.

In the book, the authors consider the current strategic trends, shaped by the on-going economic crises, moving on to explain how and why organisational learning too often fails to deliver transformation. It also makes recommendations for our evolving circumstances, making the publication essential reading for managers who value innovation in entrepreneurship.

The New Engineering Foundation's Professor Sa'ad Medhat is among those endorsing the book. He said:
This is a major contribution to our understanding of the real nature of change - both its pitfalls and rewards. Challenging norms in retrospect is all too easy, but pointless. For leadership determined to drive healthy innovation and future growth, ‘Transformation: DIG for realism’ is required reading.


The book can be downloaded from the ISRS website free of charge, here

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