Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation by Steven Johnson

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Book Name : Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation
Author : Steven Johnson
Language : English
Genre : Business, Science, Psychology, Philosophy, Economics and Self Help
Publication : RiverHead Hardcover
Pages : 327
Book Size : 25 Mb
Format : PDF

About the Book :
The academic literature on innovation and creativity is rich with subtle distinctions between innovations and inventions, between different modes of creativity: artistic, scientific, technological. I have deliberately chosen the broadest possible phrasing—good ideas—to suggest the cross-disciplinary vantage point I am trying to occupy. The good ideas in this survey range from software platforms to musical genres to scientific paradigms to new models for government. My premise is that there is as much value to be found in seeking the common properties across all these varied forms
of innovation and creativity as there is value to be found in documenting the differences between them. The poet and the engineer (and the coral reef) may seem a million miles apart in their particular forms of expertise, but when they bring good ideas into the world, similar patterns of development and collaboration shape that process.

If there is a single maxim that runs through Where Good Ideas Come From: The Natural History of Innovation by Steven Johnson’s arguments, it is that we are often better served by connecting ideas than we are by protecting them. Like the free market itself, the case for restricting the flow of innovation has long been buttressed by appeals to the “natural” order of things. But the truth is, when one looks at innovation in nature and in culture, environments that build walls around good ideas tend to be less innovative in the long run than more open-ended environments. Good ideas may not want to be free, but they do want to connect, fuse, recombine. They want to reinvent themselves by crossing conceptual borders. They want to complete each other as much as they want to compete.

Further Reading :

  1. Made to Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die By Chip Heath and Dan Heath
  2. Making Ideas Happen: Overcoming the Obstacles Between Vision and Reality By Scott Belsky
  3. Will It Fly? How to Know if Your New Business Idea Has Wings … Before You Take the Leap By Thomas K. McKnight

Contents :

Introduction
REEF, CITY, WEB
I. THE ADJACENT POSSIBLE
II. LIQUID NETWORKS
III. THE SLOW HUNCH
IV. SERENDIPITY
V. ERROR
VI. EXAPTATION
VII. PLATFORMS
Conclusion
THE FOURTH QUADRANT

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