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Arthur Cotterell, Roger Lowe and Ian Shaw
Innovation and creativity
It is not as if innovation has suddenly become important; it was always a success differentiator, reveal some of the stories included in Leadership: Lessons from the ancient world, by Arthur Cotterell, Roger Lowe and Ian Shaw. For instance, Zhu Geliang (pronounced ‘Zoo-gee-lee-ang’), a distinguished mathematician and inventor, was renowned for his ability to solve apparently insoluble problems, nearly two thousand years ago in China, the authors recount.