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“Do Bigger Things inspires us to dream bigger, think broader, and pursue audacious opportunities. If you’re a big-picture visionary thinker seeking a more powerful approach to innovation, this is the book you’ve been waiting for.”
—BARRY O’REILLY, New York Times best-selling author of Unlearn
“Required reading for anyone who wants to claim disruptive opportunities or shape powerful solutions.”
—MARK JOHNSON, cofounder of Innosight and author of Lead from the Future
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Dan has worked for more than forty years to empower bold innovators: global organizations facing threats of obsolescence, pioneering businesses in fast-changing markets, and passionate activists tackling hard challenges like climate change and humanitarian crisis response. He has been a hands-on thought leader, developing new tools and practices that make it possible for innovators to run into burning buildings looking for exceptional opportunities. His innovation methodologies and agile enterprise design have been applied across diverse fields including international aid, government, finance, retail, media, education, energy, and health.
Jennifer is an accomplished innovator working on the global stage. She has built an international network of innovation labs, supported innovators from idea to scale, and shaped multimillion-dollar innovation programs. With more than fifteen years of experience in driving change in challenging, volatile contexts, Jennifer has a uniquely practical perspective on what it takes to identify, execute, and succeed with game-changing ideas.
She enjoys contributing practical insights and actionable strategies to build innovative ventures and support others who want to think big, take action, and achieve their greatest potential.
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In this inviting and pragmatic guide, McClure and Wilde share a fresh way of thinking about innovation and launching new projects: ecosystem innovation.
The authors urge readers to think of themselves as “choreographers”—that is, someone who “applies big-picture thinking, builds connections, and does some rule-breaking”—guiding a team’s disparate actors in accomplishing those “bigger things” of the title.
Do Bigger Things by Dan McClure and Jennifer Wilde expertly captures what happens in real-life situations. I loved how it shows how innovations do not work in isolation but in an ecosystem of factors that also must be addressed.
The prowess in narration and the warm tone adopted also make the reader receptive to the message.
A lucid introduction to ecosystem-oriented business management practices, Do Bigger Things is a leadership text that’s designed to respond to the challenges of a fast-paced digital world.
Its modular chapters, illustrated graphs, and digressive text bubbles are accessible suggestions of the virtues of ecosystem thinking in miniature.