The Creative Edge: The Art of Making Ideas Work
by James Hegarty
Publisher: Smashwords 2014
Number of pages: 92
It is about how to discover extraordinary ideas and bring them into reality. This book explains creativity as a practical process -- the methods and abilities -- that applies to any discovery and development situation. It's practical, hip, and entirely real-world.
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