Book spotting: where did you find the book?

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Book author Frank Piller has sent us the attached foto of the shop window of the MIT Press Bookstore in Cambridge MA. Thank you so much!

Let’s do some “BOOK SPOTTING”* … Where did you find your copy of “Leading Open Innovation”? Where would you like to see the book? Did you see it in the obvious places or did it come as a surprise at an unexpected spot?

* Wikipedia describes many different spotting styles and spotting types from train spotting and bus spotting to aircraft spotting … “BOOK SPOTTING” seems to be a new discipline! Join the new spotting sports and send us your cool findings!

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The Book

The book Leading Open Innovation describes OI’s search for smart people who might expand the space for innovation.
It reflects international, cross-sector, and transdisciplinary interests among contributors from the United States, Germany, France, Finland, the United Kingdom, Portugal, Tunisia, Austria, and China working in large multinational organizations, academic institutions, or entrepreneurial projects.
They are part of the Peter Pribilla network, which Ralf Reichwald describes at the end of the volume as a point of contact that supports overlapping interests in innovation and leadership.

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