NEW RELEASE: HBR's 10 Must Reads on Creativity
Over the last year or so I've been privileged to narrate parts of a series of books by Harvard Business Review, and today another is being released.
This book, which I co-narrated with the wonderful Randye Kaye, was quite fun, not least because I got to read a great essay in it by Ed Catmull, one of the founders of Pixar.
We usually think of creative people as being artists or musicians. But creativity is a wanted (and needed) attribute in business these days.
Are your organization's ideas growing stale? Do your employees need to refresh their thinking?
We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the 10 most important ones to help you instill creativity across your organization.
This book will inspire you to: understand the "rules" of creativity and how they work; think imaginatively to develop ideas for new products and innovations; encourage your team's curiosity and champion their ideas; build a culture of originality and experimentation; use creativity to define groundbreaking strategies; and reclaim your creative confidence by overcoming your fear of judgment.
The book was published by Gildan Media and can be found on Audible or wherever you buy your audiobooks.
As always, check out my website for more books I've narrated, and if you need a voiceover, don't hesitate to contact me.