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Jim Link has transformed the way we think about creativity at Land O’Lakes. If you’re looking for a way to help your employees become more creative, now there’s an easy answer. Read IDEA-LINKS.
—Michelle Freedman, Director of Corporate Marketing Strategy, Land O’Lakes Inc.
IDEA-LINKS provides a fascinating, valuable road-map for fostering intellectual curiosity and teaching the disciplines needed to generate individual and organizational creativity.
—Dan Glaser, Group President and Chief Operating Officer, Marsh & McLennan Companies
The magic of IDEA-LINKS is in its deceptive simplicity: a clear, actionable roadmap for building an organization’s capacity for continuous creativity.
—Peter Horst, Chief Marketing Officer, Capital One
Jim strips the voodoo and mystery away from creativity and reveals it for what it is—a discipline and skill that with some effort anyone can master.
—Hans Birkholz, CEO, Windstar Cruises
Jim Link has one of the most inventive minds in marketing and he used it to write the most engaging and useful book on creativity to date. IDEA-LINKS is one of those select business books you buy for yourself and the rest of your team.
—Matt Smith, Vice President, Global Innovation, Cargill
Jim Link makes a compelling case that while we all start at a different level of creativity, anyone can increase his or her creativity with the right kind of practice. IDEA-LINKS shows us how.
—David Murphy, President, Red Wing Shoe Company
IDEA-LINKS clear, practical approach makes increased creativity attainable for us all.
—Pam Moret, Sr. Vice President, Strategic Development, Thrivent
IDEA-LINKS demystifies the creative process, providing a simple but powerful approach that anyone can use to increase innovative capacity... a valuable and very necessary addition to the literature on creativity.
—Ian Friendly, COO, General Mills