Ben has a naturally inquisitive approach, and so it is little wonder that at almost every turn of this fascinating read he poses questions for us to ponder.
I think when one’s first instinct is to place the book he has just read in front of his 20-year-old daughter and 18-year-old son; then it has to be a good thing.
I have enjoyed Ben’s book I could not put it down. He poses that our humble beginnings as a nation has shaped our business culture today. It is a compelling read. I love his direct language.
This book is a compelling read for business, government, or anyone interested in innovation and business prosperity.
A very practical approach to a hugely diverse subject area. It is both an enjoyable read and a decent user-friendly resource with long legs. It is what is needed and not often available.
“Innovation in Australia by Ben Kehoe captures the spirit of The Lucky Country by Donald Horne….In my view, it is the best read since the Lucky Country!!
This book is about harvesting the rewards of the IP developments made in Australia for Australians.
A fast paced and easy read, full of facts to engage and challenge us all.