le 8 décembre 2011
I heard an interview of Mr. Pink about this book and really like his ideas, so I got the book. After reading it, I can say I learnt nothing, really nothing new. There was not one idea in the book not completely and totally covered in the short interview. I guess the innumerate might find some reassurance in the endless repetition and ever expanding back story and silly exercises, but otherwise do yourself a favour and skip this.
On a kind of side note I way preferred the picture he drew of himself before the formal drawing class, yes its less realistic, but for me it expresses more of the personality that a realistic drawing of the physical person and so way more interesting.
le 30 mai 2011
Highly inspiring, like most of Daniel Pink's books!
Right on spot in regards to society evolution from Agriculture age to Industrial age to Information age to Conceptual age (that we're now entering).
Provides awareness and supplies many tips and tools on how to move to this new Conceptual age - Hight concept, High Touch - by using 6 main senses - which are part of the 'Right-brain thinking', that is Design, Story, Symplony, Empathy, Play and Meaning.