Problem: I know there are lots of excellent books around to hit my "creative thinking" chord and they help me big time to think out of the box which is really important in today's marketing environment. But the biggest problem is I cant seem to manage the time and dedication to read these 150+ page books and learn on a regular basis. I am sure you can relate to my problem. Solution What I do is try to find the gist of these books by checking their reviews on amazon, their executive summaries but often they are not quite informative and somewhat biased. So, I find myself a solution. which is I am going to share with you guys. Well, I am going to share with you a list of books whose summaries I have got with me. You just need to post the name and the author(COPY -PASTE) in this thread and I will post it. - Simple. These summaries would be maximum 9 pages, so it wont take much time to learn something. Here is the list. A Whack On The Side of the Head by Roger Van Oech Blockbusters by Gary Lynn, Richard Reilly Borrowing Brilliance by David Murray Brain Rules by John Medina Build Your Own Garage by Bernd Schmitt, Laura Brown businessThink by Dave Marcum, Steve Smith, Mahan Khalsa Buy-In by John Kotter, Lorna Whitehead Disciplined Dreaming by Josh Linkner Driving Growth Through Innovation by Robert Tucker Fast Second by C. Markides, Paul Geroski Flash Foresight by Daniel Burrus, John David Mann Getting to Plan B by John Mullins, Randy Komisar Group Genius by Keith Sawyer Hidden in Plain Sight by Erich Joachimsthaler Hoover's Vision by Gary Hoover How Breakthroughs Happen by Andrew Hargadon How To Think Like Leonardo da Vinci by Michael Gelb Idea Mapping by Jamie Nast If You Build It Will They Come? by Rob Adams In Pursuit of Elegance by Matthew May Innovate Like Edison by Michael Gelb, Sarah Caldicott Innovation by Curtis Carlson, William Wilmot Inside Steve's Brain by Leander Kahney Intuition At Work by Gary Klein Jump Start Your Business Brain by Doug Hall Little Bets by Peter Sims Made to Stick by Chip Heath, Dan Heath Payback by James Andrew, Harold Sirkin Power Thinking by John Mangieri, Cathy Block Renovate Before You Innovate by Sergio Zyman Rules For Revolutionaries by Guy Kawasaki Serious Creativity by Edward de Bono Simplicity by Edward de Bono Smarts by Chuck Martin, Peg Dawson, Richard Guare Super Crunchers by Ian Ayres The Back of the Napkin by Dan Roam The Business of Memory by Frank Felberbaum The Do-It-Yourself Lobotomy by Tom Monahan The Game-Changer by A.G. Lafley, Ram Charan The IdeaFisher by Marsh Fisher The Innovation Killer by Cynthia Rabe The Irresistible Growth Enterprise by Donald Mitchell, Carol Coles The Other 90% by Robert Cooper The Power of Less by Leo Babauta The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell The Wisdom of Crowds by James Surowiecki Think Better by Tim Hurson Think Twice by Michael Mauboussin Tuned In by Craig Stull, Phil Meyers, David Meerman Scott Weird Ideas That Work by Robert Sutton Whoever Makes The Most Mistakes Wins by Richard Farson, Ralph Keyes Why Not? by Barry Nalebuff, Ian Ayres Wikinomics by Don Tapscott, Anthony Williams Your Brain at Work by David Rock P.S. Just a suggestion, please do make notes while reading these summaries, not doubting your memories, but it will keep the data intact for a longer time.