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"The Power of Why changes the way you think. It gives you a new perspective, one that leads to positive change. This is a truly great book."—David Chilton, author of The Wealthy Barber and The Wealthy Barber Returns
"Packed with insights, analysis, and examples drawn from a wide range of individuals and companies, The Power of Why will convince readers of the profound value of the spirit of curiosity."—Gretchen Rubin, author of The Happiness Project
"There are books filled with anecdotes about innovation or you can read academic theories about innovation. Neither get you very far. What Amanda has done is offer interesting stories that are linked together in a way that teaches us the theories and just how to innovate."—Clayton M. Christensen, Harvard Business School professor and author of How Will You Measure Your Life
"The ability of a company to innovate is critical for survival let alone growth and The Power of Why provides great insights into how individuals can transform organizations and industries. A great read on how to find success."—Gordon M. Nixon, President and CEO, RBC
"It is standard fare for political and economic commentators to bemoan Canada’s lack of innovation and productivity. It is also standard fare that they rarely provide answers beyond their statement of concern. Amanda Lang has done much more than that. Her insight into what sparks curiosity and how it is the foundation of innovation and improved productivity should give pause for thought to all of those whose interests run the range from early learning to venture capital. The Power of Why shows us a way to a higher quality of life and to a stronger economy."—The Right Honourable Paul Martin
"This is a lot more than a business book, it’s a life book. Just pick it up for ten minutes and you'll find yourself thinking in some exciting, new, and yes, innovative ways."—Peter Mansbridge, chief correspondent for CBC News
"The Power of Why is a compelling and superbly written book showing how Canada can and must support creativity, starting in our schools, to fuel innovation and positive change."—David Miller, former mayor of Toronto
"A wonderful book, The Power of Why demystifies the tricky subject of innovation. It is a must-read for all innovation policy types and every budding innovator."—Roger Martin, Dean, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
AMANDA LANGis the co-host ofThe Lang & O'Leary Exchangeon CBC and the senior business correspondent for CBC News. She studied architecture at the University of Manitoba before turning to journalism, serving first with theFinancial Postand eventually becoming their New York correspondent. A popular speaker on the topics of business and economic trends, she lives in Toronto.
An interesting read. I enjoyed finding out about people who don't accept the commonly accepted ideas. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Canadian Baconator
This may have been exciting for Amanda Lang to write, but I found the short narratives and anecdotes rather commonsensical. I did not learn very much.Published 8 months ago by James Andrew Davis
I really enjoyed the book and will likely read again in 6 months as a check to see if I have progressed in the areas the book drew me to. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jim Setla
This was a great book. and easy read. Amanda give examples in business and then also relates the point to daily life. Lots of good advice and things to think about.Published 19 months ago by Mary Edwards
I learned about this book from a coworker who suggested to me. I am glad I took her suggestion. It was really enjoyable read, with several samples on innovation, research and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jose Davila
BOUGHT THE BOOK BECAUSE I WATCH HER ON TV.
PURCASED 5 FOR GIFTS.
PETER MANSBRIDGE IS BANG ON.
this book makes you want to go back and have a do over but with the insight this book gives youPublished 22 months ago by Frauke Ahrens