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In his new book, we find Roberto Verganti at his most humanistic, placing the 'person' back at the center of attention. The individual is no longer simply the object of our design thinking approach, but becomes the very starting point of the innovation process, ideating from the inside out, in an act of love toward people and society. In a full-circle journey that moves from person to person, Roberto shares with us why, in modern society, we need 'innovation by meaning' more than ever; and why this notion makes such sense for business today. Overcrowded serves as a precious gift and a priceless reminder for anybody trying to create something new in this world. -- Mauro Porcini, Senior Vice President and Chief Design Officer, PepsiCo Overcrowded challenges the conventional wisdom that innovation is all about problem-solving and that the key to success is creating more ideas to solve problems. In a world full of ideas, Verganti argues, advantage lies with those organizations that can craft innovative visions, rather than those that can find yet one more idea. This is a provocative book that will get you to think about innovation in an entirely new way. -- Gary P. Pisano, Harry E. Figgie Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School There is a need to scale from the creation of new things to the creation of new thinking to spark purpose and intent. Overcrowded probes how to transform innovation, applying in-depth dialogue to unlock relevancy and meaning into the future. -- Eric Quint, Vice President and Chief Design Officer, 3M Company Radical innovation is not only making things in a new way. It's also, and most of all, proposing a new vision of things. This is the message, strong and also necessary, that this book proposes. Verganti addresses organizations, but I believe his message goes beyond businesses to inspire everyone who is engaged in the social conversation about the future. -- Ezio Manzini, Honorary Professor, Politecnico di Milano, President of DESIS Network, author of Design, When Everybody Designs: An Introduction to Design for Social Innovation This book is a beautiful demonstration that the sense of innovation has changed. Product breakthrough won't make the difference: the pioneers who imagine a world that didn't exist before are the ones to succeed. Roberto Verganti reveals a strategic key to business leadership: value creation is fundamentally about sharing a powerful purpose and creating experiences that inspire people inside and outside the company. -- Bernard Charles, Vice Chairman and CEO, Dassault Systemes
Roberto Verganti is Professor of Leadership and Innovation at Politecnico di Milano. He is the author of Design-Driven Innovation, named by Business Week as one of the best design and innovation books of 2009. Erik Stolterman is Professor in the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University Bloomington, and the coauthor of Thoughtful Interaction and The Design Way (second edition), both published by the MIT Press.
In a world brimming with product, ideas and services, Verganti's approach clearly is tapping into a different seam - that of desire rather than need. It is more appropriate for B2C operations than B2B though he makes a fair claim for both. -Ideas for Leaders, 03.01.2018 In a world brimming with product, ideas and services, Verganti's approach clearly is tapping into a different seam - that of desire rather than need. It is more appropriate for B2C operations than B2B though he makes a fair claim for both. -Ideas for Leaders, 03.01.2018 * Reviews *