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  • Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era: Lessons from Alphabet/Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft (English Edition)
  • Alison Davis
  • 04 May 2019

About the Author: Alison Davis

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15 thoughts on “Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era: Lessons from Alphabet/Google, Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft (English Edition)

  1. says:

    An inspiring guidebook for people who are planning to lead a company into a new era Tesla Motors, Google, Apple and a few other successful companies share the important feature: all of them made spectacular success based on innovations “Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era” tries to analyze their success and give our companies tools to become equally successful “Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era” is an interesting read which expounds the idea of the Fifth Era and suggests certain means which should lead us to the new, brilliant achievements According to the authors, the new era we are facing is a great wealth making opportunity But how to transform the idea into success? The authors are up to set out us some practical tips They bring up such issues as building the innovation culture inside the company, division of roles in such company, places where we should be looking for inspirations Based on real life examples, this book provides an intriguing insight into the way the successful corporations work and the ideas that stay behind them.The book is certainly made for the business owners, executives and creative workers Reading it could get them to reconsider their business strategy, learn from their failures – or the failures of others – as well as benefit from their success wisely It should also be an interesting reading matter for the young and ambitious ones who are planning to start their own business Ordinary workers may also read it with pleasure, yet they should beware – the book may cause doubts about the future of their current workplace.As we may deduce from the book, the success requires thoroughly mixed of dreams and constructive planning This book is a good start, showing us the biggest advantages of the Fifth Era business philosophy as well as traps we may struggle with on our way.

  2. says:

    The newbies as well as the experienced and slightly bored CEOs, they all should take this book’s theses into consideration.The book is, generally speaking, about the urgent need of innovations at the dawn of the new era In my belief the authors managed to work these problems in a straightforward and readable manner According to them, the hunter gatherer, agrarian, mercantile and industrial eras are beyond us, and we are living in the transition time The Fifth Era, still without a name, will be the time of common knowledge, communication boost, focusing on the needs of a customer, and above all, of innovations especially digital and biotechnological ones The most important question the authors ask is which companies will stand strong and reinvent themselves in a spirit of the new times.The authors explain the theory thoroughly, but without idle talk All the surveys, questions and data gathered in the book set forth the need for innovation and the methods to become a prospective company.What I found especially intriguing about this piece is how it emphasizes the importance of everyday learning, staying open minded and hyped about the goods we create and sell According to the authors, this is the only way to become really innovative, as routine does not suit the times and place we live in This is a concept that surely turns upside down the way some companies work altogether I hope our CEOs will take a lesson from it.

  3. says:

    A great book that provides a reader some fascinating theories as well as practical advice.Well, this was certainly a thought provoking read Who is right about business strategies: the experienced CEOs or Generation C with their new style and work ethics? How can we check what makes people happy and make a business out of it? Should leaders be teachers? How can diversity help mend our company’s ways? Do we need to “steer our boat”, or rely on sheer luck while running a company? All of this and you will find in this book.LeMerle and Davis try to show us the best way to build fortune or keep our company on the surface at the times of rapid change The change is inevitable – new technologies not only changed the way the goods are made, but also the way people think and communicate The authors of this playbook want to teach us how to orient our company towards innovation and I must say they do it simply and effectively.The book is not only easy to read, but also full of useful data, such as corporate innovations survey, advice from the employees of successful companies and an “Innovation Toolkit” Although the authors underline that we are not sure how the Fifth Era will develop, we don’t get much theoretical rambling, but rather a solid piece of practical advice based on the work of the most innovative companies Apple, and Google, to name only a few.The observations of today’s world seem to be on point and I personally would willingly try to follow these ways Not only because of ambition – these ways to run a company seem to be honest, and may make working just…fun!

  4. says:

    The best one word to describe the whole book is: 'extraordinary!'The book opened my eyes to many aspects, which I did not realize It is written in simple language, but speaks of difficult and important things I'm so glad I read it In addition to the fair presentation of the topic on each side, she added a pulse to action and put forward some very good ideas Perhaps by the way, and perhaps this was the intention of the authors I do not know that though I know, however, that every business related person, information and new technology should read it This person should have inspired himself and enjoy his time with the book And even he should enjoy the effects that the book will bring.I recommend everyone from the groups mentioned above.

  5. says:

    We are entering the new Fifth Era of human development and the world is undergoing rapid changes to which the companies need to adapt in order to stay or become successful Such is the general message of the brilliant book Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era In this thought provoking piece Le Merle and Davis trace the history of human development, beginning as early as the Hunter gatherer Era, take note of the innovations reshaping our world, exploring how different living in the Fifth Era would be, finally they advise on how to take advantage of the new wealth creation opportunities resulting from the scientific breakthroughs and follow the example of innovative and extremely profitable corporations such as Google or Basing on their experience as corporate advisors, consultants and investors, the Harvard and Stanford educated authors give readers valuable lessons on winning business strategies to be implemented in XXI century companies The most important message to be remembered here: the innovations of the Fifth Era must be fully embraced by the firm's decision making panel for the company to win financial gains and get ahead of the competitors in the modern competitive economy This book is a valuable read for entrepreneurs, experienced professionals and people from outside the industry alike It helps to grasp the bigger picture of the disruptive forces changing our world and provides instructions on how to use them to one's advantage.

  6. says:

    Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era gives corporate executives and strategists tools to help them describe, justify, and measure the goals and effectiveness of their company’s innovation strategy Equally important it highlights the necessity of creating a corporate culture of diversity and integration so that companies are ready, willing and able to work together in order to innovate While this book should be required reading for any executive working for a Fortune 1000 company, that doesn’t mean that others shouldn’t read this book For innovators out there with a great idea and the ability, drive, and gumption to act on it, a solid understanding of the framework presented in this book will allow you to tap into both available funds as well as non equity resources provided by corporations with strong external innovation strategies You will learn to create, from the outset, an open company culture that takes smart risks I have worked in both strategy and executive roles in startups and Fortune 500 companies, and the insights documented in this book are a must read for anyone looking to ensure their company is not left behind in the Fifth Era.

  7. says:

    According to the authors of this very interesting book, we are facing the new era I guess they’re correct, and if you doubt it, take a look at the Internet, remote working, easy access to common knowledge, DNA testing and the ubiquitous cookies as well as GPS systems, checking where we are and what we like And as we are willingly or not stepping into The Fifth Era, we should at least consider changing our business culture And this is what this book focuses on – which makes it worth reading for entrepreneurs as well as junior employees and people who haven’t started their businesses yet.The book tells us how to change our business goals and the means to achieve them and, to quote the authors, how to stay relevant in the rapidly changing world As the authors strongly suggest, being innovative and enthusiastic is crucial in the Fifth Era – and I strongly agree with that If entrepreneurs thought this way, it could bring positive changes for everyone involved Devoted employees, new innovative products adjusted to the needs of the customers, and, of course, money and prestige for the company itself – the change of attitude could cause all of that and .As the surveys ­­­show, over the last few years the most innovative companies were also the most successful ones The authors try to pinpoint, why is it so and how to implement strategies that will allow companies to do the same If you doubt the authors’ statement, think about the companies they’ve mentioned, such as , Apple or Microsoft It is hard to disagree with the fact that their success was based on innovations which quickly changed our lives.It’s a really pleasantly, simply written book, in which you’ll find a handful of really interesting issues to consider What’s , it doesn’t require any specialist knowledge Just read it and think about your company Is it prepared to face the change?

  8. says:

    According to the authors of this very interesting book, we are facing the new era I guess they’re correct, and if you doubt it, take a look at the Internet, remote working, easy access to common knowledge, DNA testing and the ubiquitous cookies as well as GPS systems, checking where we are and what we like And as we are, willingly or not, stepping into The Fifth Era, we should at least consider changing our business culture And this is what this book focuses on – which makes it quite timeous and worth reading for entrepreneurs as well as junior employees and people, who haven’t started their business yet.The book tells us how to change our business goals and the means to achieve them and, to quote the authors, how to stay relevant in the rapidly changing world As the authors strongly suggest, being innovative and enthusiastic is crucial in the Fifth Era – and I strongly agree with that If entrepreneurs thought this way, it could bring positive changes for everyone involved Devoted employees, new innovative products adjusted to the needs of the customers, and, of course, money and prestige for the company itself – the change of attitude could cause all of that and .As the surveys show, over the last few years the most innovative companies were also the most successful ones The authors try to pinpoint, why is it so and how to implement strategies that will allow companies to do the same If you doubt the authors’ statement, think about the companies they’ve mentioned, such as , Apple or Microsoft It is hard to disagree with the fact that their success was based on innovations which quickly changed our lives.It’s a really pleasantly, simply written book, in which you’ll find handful of really interesting issues to consider What’s , it doesn’t require any specialist knowledge Just read it and think about your company Is it prepared to face the change?

  9. says:

    I would like to give the authors one word: 'thank you'.In my humble opinion, the authors of 'Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era' won the medal And in this case, even for two medals.They opened my eyes to what I can change in running a business It is surprising that I expected rather a scientific essay and an approach to the problem on the one hand, as is the case in such publications But here the authors came to the topic very solidly and very factually Not only do they cite and talk about many people, they not only present other research, but they are also very relevant in their observations and tips.We businessmen need winning moves Those who will achieve our goals: sales, organization, recruitment If we listen to the right people and implement valuable guidance, we will certainly reach those goals The book 'Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era' is just a collection of such tips Thank you and I recommend highly!

  10. says:

    I love reading Not only for the pleasure of reading, but primarily because reading can lead me to something it can lead me to money, professional success, championships in any field.Reaching for this book, I had some expectations First of all, I wanted to explore the field of new technologies and make use of those information in business This is what interests me the most and I had a lot of expectations on it.I reached for 'Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era' with the hope that I will get closer to my goals Did I do that? Yes Did I read the book with a pleasure? Also yes!The authors have very cleverly put together a book, which may be treated as an eye pening reading but also as a guide on how to run a business better, function better at work and innovate, innovate and,once , innovate! In addition to charts and some research results, there is also a careful description of the issues and 'attack' of the topic on each page, which gives you a full picture on the topic That's why I came up with some interesting ideas already that I expect will help me grow at work.I am demanding, but this book meets expectations I recommend heartily!

  11. says:

    I believe that there are multiple groups that may not only enjoy reading ‘Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era’, but also benefit from it All stories outlined by the authors are just great examples of out of the box thinking applied by their protagonists, which creates an eye opening and valuable content for everyone who wants to stay relevant in a rapidly changing environment, like the one we live in.The book is a solid proof of a transition to the next level of humans’ existence as entrepreneurs, managers and individuals, simply speaking We’ll all have to evolve to stay on top of our everyday tasks, not only those corporate ones.I would recommend the book to everyone who needs an update on how to introduce innovation to their business or company and to those who just need an update in general.

  12. says:

    I believe that mostly everybody who runs a business or is part of a huge corporation has gotten stuck at least once while trying to solve a problem in a creative way I think the ability to deal with such obstacles is not a common skill, hence it’s so desired nowadays in a world overwhelmingly changing at a high pace The authors of the book approach the issue gracefully, outlining the topic with appropriate knowledge, experience, and great dose of writing skills The book is easy to read, presents opinions as well as facts supported by relevant researches Therefore, I had a feeling that it was a credible, low risk reading without redundant moralism or visionary like style of a typical guidebook Persuasive examples of companies that made it right and tips on how to become one of such examples one day I highly recommend.

  13. says:

    Corporate Innovation in the Fifth Era asserts a social change is happening and embraces the theory that organizations must adopt an innovative focus The authors offer convincing evidence on why this is so and present the requisite skills to succeed in this new era Particularly, the role and responsibilities of a Chief Innovation Officer are described and Silicon Valley companies used as a model; hence the subtitle “Lessons from Alphabet/Google, , Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft.” The key notion presented is compelling and much can be learned from reading this book.

  14. says:

    Good stuff As with other books there is a lot of history and case studies I've seen a lot of them elsewhere Only the last 20% really offered value And very little of it tells us what Google, , Microsoft, Facebook ACTUALLY do for innovation they were hardly mentioned in the case studies even And a lot of it dealt with external innovation like creating innovative new products Had little to do with internal innovation.

  15. says:

    An excellent historical and modern day perspective on how Innovation and Disruption are the lynchpins of success for all businesses.

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