A Chief Technology Officer Thinks About Innovation
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For over 300 years, the guiding motto of the Royal Society of scientists and mathematicians has been "Nullius in Verba" or "Take nobody's word for it." This insistence on questioning established beliefs, testing new ideas, and seeking new knowledge has been the source of important innovations that have driven the Age of Enlightenment, the Industrial Revolution, and the Information Age. The essays in this book come from the mind of a CTO who has been practicing Nullius in Verba to solve company problems for over 12 years. Leaders who face similar challenges will find insightful, informative, and stimulating perspectives on innovation theory, practice, culture, and leadership. These essays have become the most popular column in one of the nation's leading technology management journals. This is a guidebook to inspire leaders who are faced with unique challenges.