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Innovation Games: Does the book discuss "anti-games" or pitfalls

Frank Carver

Joined: Jan 07, 1999
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While I like the idea of the innovation games as discussed in the book, it also seems that typical organizations have a lot of "games" that they play deliberately, inadvertently or just through habit. Many of these implicit games seem to act to inhibit rather than encourage innovation.

I have found plenty of interesting/true/sad/funny examples, such as:


  • Does the book mention these sort of "anti-games" ? does it it attempt to explain the difference between these kinds of things and the games proposed? Or is that another book?

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    Luke Hohmann

    Joined: Oct 05, 2006
    Posts: 27
    Frank -
    The book has no relationship to the negative corporate and political shenanigans that you reference, nor does it discuss "anti-games".

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