The Playful Entrepreneur: How to Adapt and Thrive in Uncertain Times

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Product Details
Price
$36.00
Publisher
Yale University Press
Publish Date
Pages
280
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.6 X 1.2 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780300233926

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About the Author
Mark Dodgson is Emeritus Professor, University of Queensland, and Visiting Professor, Imperial College. David M. Gann is Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Development and External Affairs), and Professor of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Oxford.
Reviews
"In a world where the boundaries between work and leisure are increasingly blurred, the insights in this book will be of value to a much broader range of people than those who start businesses" --Financial Times
"[The Playful Entrepreneur] offers some very valuable insights into the nature of successful entrepreneurship. . . . [It is] an excellent roadmap for the journey towards the innovation playground."--Journal of Innovation Management
Selected for Choice's 2019 Outstanding Academic Titles List

"Great insights into the behaviours of entrepreneurs and how creativity, intuition and instinct are reshaping the future of work."--Lee Howell, World Economic Forum
"The best way to take possibilities seriously is to play with them. Dodgson and Gann brilliantly detail the care, craft and creativity that make entrepreneurial playfullness pay off."--Michael Schrage, MIT, author of Serious Play and The Innovator's Hypothesis
"A thoughtful exposition on the future of work."--Cyrus Mistry, formerly Chairman of Tata Group
"Play and entrepreneurs. . . . A great combination."--Naveen Jain, founder and CEO of Infospace, founder of Moon Express and Viome
"An exciting and lucid exploration of the entrepreneur's journey."--Sara Murray, founder and CEO of Buddi, founder of Confused.com