Thought leader Devika Devaiah bags ‘Business Book of the Year’ award

Coorg-born author Devika Devaiah has won ‘Business Book of the Year’ award instituted by Tata Literature Live! for her best-selling book ‘Orbit-Shifting Innovation: The Dynamics of Ideas that Create History.’

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Devika is the daughter of Dr Codanda Devaiah, an ENT specialist based in Madikeri after retirement from the Central government, and Jaji Devaiah.

Based on their collective experiences in Erehwon, an innovation consulting firm, Devika and Rajiv Narang have co-authored the book. It empowers readers to overcome obstacles to innovation and provides the tools to maximise the impact of transformative change. The book brings alive the challenges of innovation in all walks of life: across business, social and government organizations, and provides a unique exploration of what it takes to make successful innovation happen through the use of compelling global stories and proven techniques.

Devika has been a strategic innovation consultant with 20 years of experience in applying innovation solutions across diverse industries, like FMCG, automobiles, commodities, banking, pharma, media, telecom, IT, and more. She has handled interventions in regions like South Asia, South East Asia, Europe and Africa.

She has led breakthrough research initiatives into challenger organisations, trans-world partnerships and orbit-shifting innovation. Her cutting edge insight into innovation also comes from her unique ability to transform business, organization and leadership paradigms across regions in global organizations like Unilever, Walt Disney, Intel and Savola.

The book has been published by Random House Publishers Pvt. Ltd.

By P.T. Bopanna




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