“There is no doubt digital is changing our lives. And yet, just when we
thought we’d seen it all, during the pandemic we saw an even faster pace
of transformation across all walks of life. I highly recommend this
insightful book to leaders across the globe as they navigate the new
— Harit Talwar, Chairman of Consumer Business, Goldman Sachs
"The revolution in digital technologies
has fueled unprecedented levels and forms of innovation spanning individuals,
firms, industries, and disciplines. This collection of cumulative knowledge and the rare opportunity for novel connections
stemming from this are vitally important in order to move forward scholarly and
practitioner perspectives on digital innovation."
— Mike Fisher, Chief Technology Officer, Etsy
"This is a very important book on a very important topic
by two of the world's foremost authorities in innovation. It bears
the hallmark of great business writing. The authors do not sell a
one-size fits-all prescription for every company's innovation problems.
Rather, they offer different roadmaps that can be tailored to each company's
situation. This is what makes their work so broadly useful."
— Clayton M. Christensen, Robert & Jane Cizik Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
"Entrepreneurship is crossing borders with
great impact. After decades of being confined to business schools, entrepreneurship
scholarship and teaching are being diffused throughout the university: in engineering,
natural and biological sciences, social sciences, art, music, medicine and other schools
and departments. This is one of the very first books that captures this important trend,
identifying areas for research, teaching and outreach activities."
- Shaker A. Zahra, Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota
"This important new work has much to offer academic researchers in management in its in-depth theoretical analysis of the wide range of organizational and management issues associated with the application of information technology in product and service development. It will also appeal to researchers and thought-leaders in consulting organizations whose primary area of interest is product development or information technology applications."