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Sparking Innovation – Lessons to Spur America to Regain Its Lead in Science and Engineering
( AVAILABLE SEPTEMEBER 2018)
During the past century, the United States was rated first among nations in technological innovation. This provided a strong foundation for a booming economy and the emergence of countless improvements in how we live. W
e now are ranked fourth. We rate 41st in education, and a dismal 85th in the percentage of graduates in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
This book describes things that this country can do to regain its preeminence in scientific creativity and innovation. It suggests to managers and corporate leaders ways to motivate and inspire organizations to innovate. The book also offers guidance to those aspiring to careers in STEM fields.
Ken Richardson cites historic examples to illustrate the thinking rationale ofsuccessful inventors. He also draws on an extensive personal corporate careerto provide examples of proven manage mentstyles that establish a stimulating
The book’s contents provide a clear path to help our country
once again attain its world leadership in innovation.