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									            Books on Innovation, Creativity, or Change




All the following books are works on innovation, creativity, or change located in
the Barr Library collection at the Minnesota Department of Health

Change the Way You Lead Change: Leadership Strategies That Really Work
(Herold and Fedor)  HD 58.8 H485 2008

Simplexity: Why Simple Things Become Complex (and How Complex Things Can
Be Made Simple) (Kluger). Q 173 K59 2008

Thinkertoys: A Handbook of Creative-Thinking Techniques, 2nd edition
(Michalko)   HD 53 M53 2006

We All Fall Down: Goldratt’s Theory of Constraints for Healthcare Systems
(Wright and King)   HF 5548.8 W75 2006

The Thin Book of Naming Elephants: How to Surface Undiscussables for Greater
Organizational Success (Hammond and Mayfield)   HD 58.8 H35 2004

Diffusion of Innovations (Rogers)    HM 621 R57 2003

The Leader as Communicator: Strategies and Tactics to Build Loyalty, Focus
Effort, and Spark Creativity (Mai) HD 57.7 R34 2003

Managing Transitions: Making the Most of Change (Bridges)        HD 58.8 B851m
2003

Measuring Performance in Public and Nonprofit Organizations (Poister)      HD
58.9 P65 2003

Mapping Inner Space: Learning and Teaching Visual Mapping (Margulies and
Maal)   LB 1067.5 M37 2002
The Seeds of Innovation: Cultivating the Synergy That Foster New Ideas
(Dundon)    HD 45 D86 2002

Who Moved My Cheese?: An A-Mazing Way to Deal with Change in Your Work
and in Your Life (Johnson) BF 471 J65 2002

Seven Life Lessons of Chaos: Spiritual Wisdom from the Science of Change
(Briggs and Peat)   BF 637 C5 B854 2000

The Soul at Work: Listen, Respond, Let Go: Embracing Complexity Science for
Business Success (Lewin and Regine)    H 58.7 L477 2000
Edgeware: Insights from Complexity Science for Health Care Leaders
(Zimmerman and Lindberg)     HD 57.7 Z72 1999

The Next Common Sense: Mastering Corporate Complexity Through Coherence
(Lissack and Roos) HD 58.9 L772 1999

Leadership and the New Science: Discovering Order in a Chaotic World
(Wheatley)   HD 57.7 W557L 1999

Coping with Chaos: Seven Simple Tools (Eoyang)     HD 30.17 E55 1997

Thinking in the Future Tense: A Workout for the Mind (James)    HD 57.7 J35
1997

Corporate Creativity: How Innovation and Improvement Actually Happen
(Robinson)   HD 53 R6 1997

Rewiring the Corporate Brain: Using the New Science to Rethink How We
Structure and Lead Organizations (Zohar)   HD 2326 Z64 1997

A Simpler Way (Wheatley and Kellner-Rogers)    BD 435 W46 1996

Healing and the Mind (Moyers)    WB 880 M938h 1995

Knowledge for Action: A Guide for Overcoming Barriers to Organizational
Change (Argyris)   HD 58.8 A744 1993

The Mind Map Book: How to Use Radiant Thinking to Maximize Your Brain’s
Untapped Potential (Buzan and Buzan)  B 431 B882 1993

Imaginization: The Art of Creative Management (Morgan)     HD 38 M67 1993
Mindmapping: Your Personal Guide to Exploring Creativity and Problem-Solving
(Wycoff)  BF 449 W93 1991

The Dance of Change: The Challenges to Sustaining Momentum in Learning
Organizations (Senge, Kleiner, Roberts, Ross, Roth, and Smith) HD 58.82 D36
1999

Managing Change: A Guide to Producing Innovation From Within (Hale and
Williams, editors) JK 6141 M36 1989

Managing Organizational Change: A Practical Guide for Managers (Scott and
Jaffe)  HD 58.8 S39 1989

Learning to Change: A Self-Management Approach to Adjustment (Martin and
Poland)    BF 637 M383 1980

Transitions: Making Sense of Life’s Changes (Bridges)     BF 335 B851t 1980

Organizational Transitions: Managing Complex Change (Beckhard and Harris)
HD 58.8 B396 1977

Lateral Thinking: Creativity Step by Step (de Bono)     BF 408 D4 1973

If you would like to obtain one or several of these books, please send an e-mail
to the Barr Library at health.library@state.mn.us

Only Minnesota school health, local public health (city, county, or tribal), and
employees of the Minnesota Department of Health, the Minnesota Department of
Human Services, or the Minnesota Board of Nursing may request books directly
from the Barr Library. We encourage others to contact their professional or
public library for help locating these books.

								
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