How Stella Saved The Farm: A Tale About Making Innovation Happen is a straightforward tale of managing innovation in hard times and accepting changes. The book is a parable that provides lessons in the real world workplace, though the story is that of a sheep which tries to save its farm. The teachings of the book can be applied in all organisational spheres, be it in the public, social, or private sectors.
The story begins with a farm that is under trouble, as it either has to go bankrupt or be bought out by a hostile competitor. Stella is a sheep in the farm who suddenly gets a brilliant and bold plan, but has to see if the other animals will accept it. The plan is outlined in eight simple steps as the reader finds the story unfolding.
The book helps prepare readers learn how to build the right kind of teams and step up their business in a rapidly changing world. It also tells its readers to avoid some of certain unhealthy business practices. How Stella Saved The Farm: A Tale About Making Innovation Happen has been appreciated for its simple construction by many readers and its ability to extol business ideas in a short story format. The Indian edition of this book is available as a paperback. It was published by Pan Macmillan UK in 2013.
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