Orbit-Shifting Innovation

The Dynamics of Ideas that Create History

Non-Fiction - Business/Finance
312 Pages
Reviewed on 02/22/2014
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Reviewed by Samantha Rivera for Readers' Favorite

Orbit Shifting Innovation by Rajiv Narang and Devika Devaiah is ready for any CEO who wants to take a chance and make a difference in the world. From well-known companies like Apple and Disney to lesser-known ones like Grameen Bank and VisionSpring, CEO's have tested the bounds of normalcy. They have taken risks and chances that no one else would take in order to provide something amazing to the world. Understanding the risks that others have taken and understanding how to take risks yourself as a business owner is incredibly important. The only way to really change the world, after all, is to challenge it.

This book has more than just information about some of the greatest inventions and innovations of our time; there is also information on how and why any CEO should strive to create the same. If you are willing to take a chance, there’s so much that can be done. All that it requires is some out-of-the-box thinking about some everyday things. Anyone can be an innovator. It means beating the different levels of gravity and following the keys and steps that this book shows us. Orbit Shifting Innovation is all about how to become a better business leader and a complete game-changer. It’s not easy, that’s for sure, but if you’re willing to put in the hard work (and this book will almost walk you through it) then you’ll definitely be glad that you did. For yourself, for your company, and for the world (and that’s not an exaggeration).