Make innovation, not war

Reviewing the newest must-read book.

May 16, 2018 10:17
3 minute read.
The cover of ‘Thou Shalt Innovate,’ published by Gefen Publishing House

The cover of ‘Thou Shalt Innovate,’ published by Gefen Publishing House. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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AVI JORISCH’S new book, “Thou Shalt Innovate,” doesn't only offer a glimpse into Israel's technological innovations, it analyzes the souls and motives that created them. “What I hadn’t realized was the extent to which Israel’s innovative spirit was having an impact far beyond Israel addressing some of the world's most pressing social problems,” he says.

“It quickly became clear to me that Israel was much more than the Start-up Nation. It was playing a disproportionate role in helping solve some of the world’s biggest challenges.”


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