Media praise for Gamestorming

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"Everybody knows the problem: We need to be more innovative. Now we've got the solution: Gamestorming. This smart, fun, hands-on book will energize your brain and mobilize your creativity--and do it using stuff you already have in your supply closet!"
-- Daniel H. Pink, author of Drive and A Whole New Mind

"At Zappos, one of our core values is to 'Be Creative, Adventurous, and Open-Minded.' Gamestorming is a great how-to manual for achieving that."
-- Tony Hsieh, author of NY Times #1 Bestseller Delivering Happiness and CEO of Zappos.com, Inc

"Wow -- I'm only into chapter 4 so far, but it really is an amazing book...that I think could be one of Those Books :) The Ones Everyone Has To Have. "
-- Kathy Sierra, founder of the Software Development/Jolt Productivity Award-winning javaranch.com

"As my introduction into the world of gamestorming (an obvious play on the word brainstorming), the book lead me around quite well and I will be using a lot of these techniques in my immediate work environment."
-- Shanti Mangala, Desicritics

"I would highly recommend the book to anyone whose role involves understanding complex processes and systems, building consensus among team members, generating creative ideas to solve an existing problem, designing a new product or concept and root cause analysis."
-- Gargi, Heartcrossings

"If you’re a facilitator, corporate trainer, a team leader or in a creative role within a company, I’d say that this book will be valuable to you and that’s it’s worth checking out."
-- Mark Dykeman, Broadcasting Brain

"I’d recommend this book for managers and their teams."
-- Todd Jordan, The Broad Brush

"Most organizations would welcome more innovation, a greater ability to change and a more fulfilling and fun culture for their employees. This book is probably the fastest and easiest - and most economical – way to make that happen."
-- Kris Tuttle, Research 2.0

"Excellent and entertaining illustrations are provided for each exercise that capitalize on the Visual Communication skills of the authors. Game-like activities offer an exciting and engaging alternative to boring corporate meetings and are suitable for many (if not all) of the purposes and contingencies for which a meeting would ordinarily be called."
-- Ira Laefsky, Amazon.com

"With this book in hand, game storming is a must-do activity for any group that wishes to come up with innovative solutions for any type of difficult business problem."
-- Jude Umeh, FBCS, CITP



"...an amazing book...that I think could be one of Those Books :) The Ones Everyone Has To Have. "
--Kathy Sierra, founder of the Software Development/Jolt Productivity Award-winning javaranch.com