How to Innovate in the Developing World

Product Image: The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid
My rating: 4 out of 5

Whether or not you go in for the “capitalism is the solution to all problems” philosophy, this book presents an intriguing series of case studies explaining how organizations have worked to understand the context of the developing world and then radically innovated to connect with individuals in those areas. Definitely a business book, but includes tons of lessons for instructional technologists wondering how to reinvent their products and processes in order to reach learners in the developing world.