EppsNet Book Review: The Elegant Solution12 Apr 2008 / Paul Epps
Unreadable . . . unbelievably bad. Ironically, for a book about innovation, the concepts are trite and the prose consists of one lazy cliche after another.
Watch — I’m going to open the book to a random page and list the cliches: “secret sauce,” “blow the doors off,” “boil the ocean,” “where the action is,” “ivory tower,” “marching instructions.”
The book is an insult to the intelligence of anyone who might conceivably want to read it.