Who Killed the Sparq?

Eddie Obeng

Non-fiction  Business & Economics  Management

Cover for 'Who Killed the Sparq?'


You want innovation. Everyone wants innovation. Everybody thinks it's important thing to have. Leaders ask organisations to be more innovative. So we're all really keen to have innovation but in most businesses there is very little of it about.

This is not because of a lack of creativity, but because the initial spark of really great ideas often gets killed-off. By explaining the different risks to innovation that can happen across a business and how the spark is extinguished, Who Killed the Sparq? is a practical, easy-to-use guide to making sure that your spark of an idea will blossom

Paper Copies:

Published: May 24, 2013
Words: 24,965 (approximate)
Language: English


Hard-back Colour  38.35

Soft-back Colour 31.96

Soft-back Black and White 25.00




Eddie Obeng

Author of ten books on all the aspects of success in a complex fast-changing world including New Rules for the New World, the first book to predict the internet of things.  Eddie is also a TED Global speaker on the subject of "Smart Failure".  He famously worked to redesign IDEO and is a co-developer of the Double Diamond popularly used in Design Thinking at the UK Design Council

He holds the APM Lifetime Contribution award for his work on "Delivering Change in Uncertainty".

Electronic Copies:






Epub (Apple iPad/iBooks, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions, others) FREE

Mobi FREE  




*WAM - http://WorldAfterMidnight.com

Copyright Pentacle1997-2017 Eddie Obeng 1994-2014 All rights reserved