David Kelley is the founder of IDEO, a world-renowned design firm and innovation consultancy, and the Institute of Design at Stanford. He is one of the leading design innovators in the world; his latest book is Creative Confidence.
“In a passage that could come from Clayton Christensen’s The Innovator’s Dilemma, Petroski writes that, ‘Even if a building is well designed structurally, it can still succumb to failure through no fault of its own.’”
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A few months ago, I asked Dan Pink for book recommendations. He replied with an excellent list: “6 books on the Art and Science of Sales.” The second book on Pink’s list is Dale Carnegie’s How To Win Friends and Influence People, first published in 1936. Pink writes that “Some readers…