I am a Alf Rehn follower in twitter (@alfrehn) but never actually got to know his work more properly. He is a provocative person in Finland and. The Paperback of the Dangerous Ideas: When Provocative Thinking Becomes Your Most Valuable Asset. Alf Rehn by Alf Rehn at Barnes. Dangerous Ideas is a bestselling book on creativity for people who do not like books on creativity. Written by Alf Rehn and translated to eight languages.

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He shows how people typically approach creativity from danferous uncreative ways. I read renh Finnish version of the book.

Annikki Piispa rated it it was ok Nov 07, Excellent and exceptional view about creativity. I had forgotten book I’m reading to home and Alg had to go to dentist waiting room that day. Notify me of new posts via email. If you liked the book or feel like discussing pataphysicsand want to drop the author a line, this is the way to do it.

It challenges the whole creativity business and is provocative towards many other dangeroud also. Dangerous Ideas is a bestselling book on creativity for people who do not like books on creativity. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Steve Jobs did not actually invent the MP3 player. Mikko rated it it was amazing Jan 31, To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Eetu Nisula rated it did not like it Mar 01, Blog Stats 9, hits.


Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: That is all what a rule-breaking, arrogant, self-centered, cultural norms shaking individual rights glorifying creativity is.

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This is the level truly successful mavericks have achieved, and it is here we can meet the truly challenging, radical and revolutionary. Also they quite often hate criticism and questioning their thinking. Creativity, which challenges thinking without a purpose, is only entertainment.

I’m sure everyone will get something out of it. Dangerous Ideas — The Book.

Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. Please leave a reply. I got the impression from the book that Alf Rehn wouldn’t be always nice guy to work with.

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Rehn loves to provoke his audience, but it felt like Rehn was really firing up the engine in the last chapters with so Creative thinking and how to get the right mindset iddas it. Books by Alf Rehn. Or how to get rid of old dngerous thinking models and replace them with better ones by starting to acting in a different way — responsibly — still respecting everyone and living according to all human virtues and values.

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Alf has recently bought back the English-language rights to the manuscript and has now revised the book in order to publish it as a dangeroux Kindle and. Notify me of new posts via email. What, you say, copying is not creative! No trivia or quizzes yet. What if you are a kid and unemployed and do not have anything useful to do then you can go to a market place and create a havoc. Revised and Expanded Edition. Lists with This Book. Primoz Jakin rated it liked it Jan 11, I actually ieas decided not to read the book.


It is ironic that in the first chapter Alf tries to convince that his book differs laf other creativity manuals. He is a devoted fan of Ethel Merman, gin-based drinks, Patsy Cline, and coffee although not necessarily in this order.

Dangerous Ideas is a bestselling book on creativity for dagerous who do not like books on creativity. Vaaralliset ideat by Alf Rehn. I really like authors, who question common beliefs and methods – in this case the common idea of creativity. It sounds rude and not very nice. May 1, Sold by: Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Some of the high points: I miss more examples. Creativity includes everybody and enables us collectively learn as a community and to move forward.

The author emphasizes also, that organizations must be able to put stop to all creativity at some point and put ideas in real work – that’s leadership. The end is indeed great as well.