Fahrenheit 212 on How Stella Saved the Farm

by Julie Anixter

Books Aren’t Books

As a blogger, author or change agent you know this very well. Books aren’t books. They’re incendiary tools for personal revolution and organizational change.

Books provide the courage and stimulus to move people’s molecules around, and when they’re consumed by teams in a deliberate way, books can cause teams to align to create change – a prerequisite to making innovation happen.

Listen in on Chris Trimble’s phone chat with Tim Sutton, Engagement Director at Fahrenheit 212, as they discuss how books can be used as tools to inspire and motivate people to act, to change, and to drive innovation results.

Books as Tools – How Stella Saved the Farm

Learn How Stella Saved the Farm by Chris Trimble and Vijay Govindarajan – a post Animal Farm parable about barnyard business mates with a deadly serious intent –  can get 10 people in an organization talking about how they can innovate right where they are and save their proverbial farm. And boy do our “farm’s” need saving!

Join me and Chris Trimble, author and Dartmouth professor, on our next IX Web Chat for the first segment of our Books as Tools campaign – Tuesday, March 12th, at 1:00 p.m. ET.

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Julie Anixter is Chief Innovation Officer at Maga Design and the executive editor and co-founder of Innovation Excellence. The co-author of three books, she’s working on a fourth on courage and innovation. She worked with Tom Peters for five years on bringing big ideas to big audiences. Now she works with the US Military, Healthcare, Manufacturing and other high test innovation cultures that make a difference.

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