How to Innovate | Author: Aristotle
When it comes to innovation and creative thinking, we are still catching up with the ancient Greeks. Between 800 and 300 BCE, they changed the world with astonishing inventions — democracy, the alphabet, rational medicine, coins, lifelike sculpture, and competitive athletics. None of this happened by accident.
In short, the Greeks 'invented' innovation itself — and they still have a great deal to teach us about it. How to Innovate is an engaging and entertaining introduction to key ideas about innovation and creative thinking from ancient Greece.
17.1 x 11.4cm
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PLEASE NOTE: This title is available for PRE-ORDER. This book is due late July and all orders placed will be sent as soon as stock arrives. Ikuntji Artists presents...
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The movements of our individual and collective bodies through cities and space have long, complex histories. Despite associations with the everyday, the seemingly obvious or even the mundane; when considered...