Review of the book “Innovation Lab Excellence: Digital Transformation from Within”

Richard Turin, the author of the book “Innovation Lab Excellence: Digital Transformation from within“, went behind the scenes of working innovation labs to distill a rigorous set of best practices. The 12 best practices unleash the required innovation that will give your enterprise a digital competitive advantage. From his experience in Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence, he provided the key elements to succeed in the implementation of innovation within your company or center:

  • How innovation labs went from exotic add-ons to must-haves, and the unique challenges they face;
  • How a detailed array of best practices will help your lab excel and be better focused to serve your business interests;
  • How a human-centric focus is a key to adopting new technology, and to gaining acceptance of both innovators and innovation;
  • Where you need to rethink what you know about adopting new technology.

The book offers expert analysis of the most typical problems—and their solutions—so that your innovation can transcend the hype and achieve tangible results.

Innovation Lab Excellence is a must-read if you manage an innovation lab, work in one, or are a business manager engaged with innovation.

Why you should read it:

Richard Turrin is an award-winning expert and global manager of multiple labs with more than 20 years of experience. He is an independent Fintech and AI consultant, helping clients navigate the unchartered waters associated with the latest cognitive technologies. He previously headed fintech for IBM Cognitive Studios Singapore (IBM’s Innovation Lab) and worked for IBM China where he led his team to win the prestigious “Risk Technology Product of the Year” award for his unique hybrid-cloud solution to risk analytics.

To buy or to get more information about the book, please visit the following link: “Innovation Lab Excellence: Digital Transformation from Within”

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