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Random reflections about eLearning in Africa

November, 2007

the myths of innovation: there is a method for innovation

In the last two days, I have posted a summary of the first and second chapters of Scott Berkun’s book, the myths of innovation. In the third chapter, Scott shows that despite the conventional belief that there is a systematic approach to innovation, there is not such a thing, hence the myth: There is a […]

 

the myths of innovation: We understand the history of innovation

Yesterday, I posted a summary of the first chapter of Scott Berkun’s book, the myths of innovation. As interesting as the first chapter is the second one. It rubbishes the idea that the history of innovation can be completely understood – or written. What makes history? Who defines it? What defines a hero(ine) or heroism?People […]

 

the myths of innovation: Innovators and the myths of epiphany

I am back to blogging after a well deserved break. I am currently reading Scott Berkun’s book, the myths of innovation. It is good in informing me about research am doing for my doctorate on adoption of eLearning. The first chapter is very interesting, which in away questions where good (or great ideas) come from, […]