Washington, DC, March 19, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Seth Kahan’s third book, Getting Innovation Right, is now available. After the best selling success of his first book, Getting Change Right, Kahan takes leaders one step further into delving deep into how they successfully innovate in the today’s tumultuous environment, turning ideas into products and services that do well in the market.
Kahan includes step-by-step instructions, templates, frameworks, and techniques, with a focus on usability and application. This book looks at what leaders need to do to systematically bring new services to market. Chapter titles of the new book are:
1 - Pursue and Leverage Inflection Points
2 – Build Innovation Capacity
3 – Collect Intelligence
4 – Shift Perspective
5 – Exploit Disruption
6 – Generate Value
7 – Drive Innovation Uptake
As per his earlier bestseller he includes expert input from industry thought leaders: Roger Martin, Rotman School of Management; Jeanne Tisinger, CIO of the CIA; Cindy Hallberlin, CEO of Good360; Ken Garrison, former Executive Director of Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals, William Eggers, Deloite’s Public Leadership Institute; Mark Katz, Chair, Arent Fox; Mark Hurst, Principal, Creative Good; and Paul Pluschkell, CEO, Spigit.
Kahan says, “This book is meant to provide concrete techniques leaders can put to use immediately to improve their success rate in the market when it comes to innovation. I include many stories from well known organizations to illustrate application. It is my sincere hope that leaders will use this like a handbook and achieve greater success as a result.”
You can order this book by visiting amazon.com at http://amzn.to/XS4Uvt
About Seth Kahan
Seth Kahan has worked with CEOs and top-level executives in companies that include World Bank, Peace Corps, Royal Dutch Shell as well as over 40 associations and public sector agencies. Kahan's first book, Getting Change Right: How Leaders Transform Organizations from the Inside Out is a business bestseller. He writes online for Fast Company (SethFast.com).
For questions or to contact Seth Kahan, visit VisionaryLeadership.com or email Seth@VisionaryLeadership.com.