2017’s best business innovation books have now been identified and each book talks about a specific paradigm. The first of them is Competing against Luck: The Story of Innovation and Customer Choice. This book has been co-authored by Clayton M. Christensen, Teddy Hall, Karen Dillon and David S. Duncan. Through this book, the writers, want to put an end to the “hit-or-miss” process which most organizations tend to follow with innovations. Christensen coins the term Jobs Theory to highlight what real innovation requires. Kevin Kelly in her book The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces that will shape our Future, lays twelve broad tech trends that will shape the coming future. He sees the future as something akin to a Marxist one though he doesn’t explicitly use the term. The final entry on this list is Machine, Platform, Crowd: Harnessing our Digital Future penned by Erik Brynjolfsson. He discusses in this book how organizations are best leveraging the tools on offer in the ongoing digital age. Three shifts are spoken about at length- products to platforms, humans to machines and to the crowd from the core.


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