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BOOK OF THE MONTH: Innovators from Walter Isaacson

We are in July and we start with the reading of classic for introduction of innovation and entrepreneurship book in our desk. It was a trendy topic some months ago in instagram but this book, which was written in 2014, is still relevant to understand invention, innovation and entrepreneurship by looking back at our history and by looking back at the successful american figures with their life stories.


About the author

Walter Isaacson is a Professor of History at Tulane and an advisory partner at Perella Weinberg, a financial services firm based in New York City. He is the past CEO of the Aspen Institute, where he is now a Distinguished Fellow, and has been the chairman of CNN and the editor of TIME magazine.

Isaacson’s most recent biography, Leonardo da Vinci (2017), offers new discoveries about Leonardo’s life and work, weaving a narrative that connects his art to his science. He is also the author of The Innovators: How a Group of Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks Created the Digital Revolution (2014), Steve Jobs (2011), Einstein: His Life and Universe (2007), Benjamin Franklin: An American Life (2003), and Kissinger: A Biography (1992), and coauthor of The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made (1986).*

We will add here the comments and our review during this month of July.

You can find our workshops on Emotional Intelligence for Innovation, Entrepreneurship & Collaboration in our Collabwith Academy. And you can watch our webinar on Emotional Intelligence for Innovation Leadership, here.

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