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Thinking Askew - with the essay my publisher thought was too provocative to run

So, the big news this week is that my new book – Innovation for the Fatigued – is now properly out. Y
Thinking Askew - with the essay my publisher thought was too provocative to run
By Alf Rehn • Issue #2 • View online
So, the big news this week is that my new book – Innovation for the Fatigued – is now properly out. You can buy it for instance here, and use the code IFTF20 to get 20% off!

The essay my publisher thought was too provocative to run
As part of the PR for my book, I’ve written a fair amount of little think pieces. One was a tongue-in-cheek look at what it takes to be an innovation guru, meant for my publishers blog. They, rather amusingly, turned it down, stating that it was too provocative and that they didn’t think their readers would “get it”. Well, as a subscriber to this newletter you now get first dibs to read it, as I will keep it as a hidden Medium-essay for a little. Find the essay here!
My inspirations this week
You don’t have to get up at 4 a.m. to be successful: 5 CEOs who wake up after 10 a.m.
“She Never Looks Back”: Inside Elizabeth Holmes’s Final Months at Theranos
Does Having a Bad Boss Make You More Likely to Be One Yourself?
Thank you, until we meet again!
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Alf Rehn

Professor of management & innovation, speechifier, and popular culture geek.

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