What was the basis of Steve Jobs's approach to strategy? What is it going to take to succeed in a recession, and at a time when so many ideas and forms of knowledge need replacing? Whilst not being another book purely about Steve Jobs, this book lifts the lid upon the emergent, strategic nature of a conscious thinking approach to creating and delivering value. An approach which the author believes was heavily influenced by both the painful lessons he learnt from his early "failure" at Apple and his relationship with his mentor Andy Grove. This book makes the points that strategy needs to be a conscious process, and that all strategies are knowledge management strategies within a dynamic context.
Victor has contributed to the Harvard Business Review, interviewed for Harvard’s “Fifty Lessons” interviews with 200 of the world’s most respected business leaders, and featured in the Wall Street Journal. He is on the Advisory Boards of several organisations. He is the author of “Made to Measure Problem Solving” and his “Knowledge Activist’s Handbook – Adventures in the Knowledge Trenches” from Capstone/ Wiley & Sons has been cited as the “best management book within the last ten years”. His blogsite is: the-knowledgeworks.blogspot.com If you are interested in experiencing the “Art of Innovation Leadership” diagnostic tools, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org