Killer Innovations with Phil McKinney - A Show About Ideas Creativity And Innovation

Killer Innovations with Phil McKinney - A Show About Ideas Creativity And Innovation

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Innovation Lessons from Bose
Jul 7 • 38 min
This week we are joined by a guest who has helped a wide range of companies speed up the process of innovation. John Carter, an inventor of Bose’s Noise Cancelling Headphones, designer of Apple’s New Product Process, and founder of TCGen Inc., joins us to…
Out Of The Box Thinking – Part 2
Jun 30 • 38 min
We are picking up from where we left off on last week’s show. We discussed out of the box thinking, which means to think from a different perspective. In Part 1, we discussed thinking differently and thinking unconventionally. On this week’s show, we will…
Out Of The Box Thinking – Part 1
Jun 23 • 38 min
This week, we will cover a topic that is a bit of a spin-off from a show on buzzwords that I recently did. A listener of the show was confused about buzzwords and buzzphrases often used in the innovation space and sent me an email. We will discuss the…
Thoughts on Innovation
Jun 16 • 38 min
This week’s show is a little different than usual. I will be discussing some of my thoughts on innovation, mainly on what’s going on, the current events. I will also be responding to some fan feedback. SpaceX One thing that has recently piqued my interest…
Lessons Learned from Past Innovation Failures of AI
Jun 9 • 38 min
This week’s guest comes from my family’s neck of the woods, the state of Ohio. Jerry Abiog is the Co-founder and CMO of Standard Insights, an AI service growth platform. We will discuss his learning from past innovation failures, and how Standard Insights…
Game-Changing Esport Innovations During COVID-19
Jun 2 • 38 min
While I was CTO at HP, I had the gaming division reporting to me. Also, I used to be a hardcore gamer, so gaming is something that has always held my interest. This week’s guest does an exciting twist on the typical gaming strategies/approaches. Austin…
COVID-19 Innovations: From Scuba to Medical Face Mask With 3D Printing
May 26 • 38 min
This week’s guest on The Killer Innovations Show has innovation experience in a variety of different industries. Jonah Myerberg is the CTO at Desktop Metal, a company that specializes in metal and carbon fiber 3D printing technology. We will discuss 3D…
Innovation Buzzwords
May 19 • 38 min
This week, we will do something that’s a bit different from our recent shows. We will be discussing innovation buzzwords, things that are often misused inside and outside of the innovation world. Innovation Buzzwords A buzzword is a term that can be…
Virtual Brainstorming: Innovating Ideas for New Zoom Features
May 12 • 38 min
Due to the great feedback we received from our previous Virtual Brainstorming show, we will be doing another one this week. Our goal at the end of the show is to come up with a list of suggested features for our sponsor, Zoom. They have experienced a lot…
Virtual Brainstorming: Changes To Your Customer Segments From COVID-19
May 5 • 38 min
On this week’s show, I will be demonstrating a private ideation session that you can do on your own. A virtual brainstorm session helps in generating key ideas and solutions to the various problems you may be facing. There are numerous tools you can use…
Laser-Powered Innovation
Apr 28 • 38 min
Joining us via Zoom this week is William Benner, the President and CTO of Pangolin Laser Systems. We will discuss laser technology and what he’s doing to change laser-powered innovation. Pangolin Laser Systems William got into electronics because of his…
Disruptive Shocks
Apr 21 • 38 min
This week’s show is an excerpt from a recent webinar I did on how to survive and thrive during challenging times such as these. At the end of today’s show, I will share how you can attend the free webinar series through Zoom, known as Disruptive Shock.…
Experimentation is the Engine of Innovation
Apr 14 • 38 min
This week’s guest is an innovation guru from one of the world’s leading business schools. Stefan Thomke is a William Barclay Harding Professor of Business Administration Chair at Harvard Business School and a widely published author around innovation…
Looking Back at 15 Years of Killer Innovations
Apr 7 • 38 min
We are celebrating the 16th season of The Killer Innovations Show. This week, Bob O’Donnell, Silicon Valley veteran, the President, Founder, and Chief Analyst at TECHnalysis Research, joins us to discuss the history of Killer Innovations and some…
Playing Personality Poker with Your Innovation Team
Mar 31 • 38 min
This week’s guest is involved in the innovation game for as long as I’ve been around. Stephen Shapiro is a leading speaker and author on innovation, who previously lead a 20,000-person innovation practice at Accenture. We will discuss creativity,…
The Optimal Innovation Team Size Is…
Mar 24 • 38 min
On this week’s show, we will be discussing the most optimal innovation team size that will generate the most creativity and innovative ideas. This topic is something that would have helped me much if I had studied and learned it early on in my career. I…
Innovating Technologies behind the Tech
Mar 17 • 38 min
Introduced to me through a mutual contact I worked with at HP, this week’s guest is the Senior Vice President of Product and Technology at Universal Electronics Inc. (UEI), Arsham Hatambeiki. We will discuss innovating technologies and what UEI is doing…
Global Perspective on Changing Innovation Landscape
Mar 10 • 38 min
Today’s guest is one who I met a few years ago at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Albert Zeeman is the Director of Marketing Services at GBO Innovations Makers and is an editor for the GadgetGear tech blog from the Netherlands. On today’s show, we…
Sports Tech Innovation Beyond The Field
Mar 3 • 38 min
This week’s guest is an old friend of mine with an entrepreneurial spirit and a passion for collegiate athletics. Craig Ridley, CEO, and Co-Founder of ROUTE Analytics Inc. joins us to discuss some game-changing innovation efforts in the world of college…
Bringing the Game to Gaming Tech Innovation #CES2020
Feb 25 • 38 min
Today’s guest is one that I had the privilege of working alongside during my time at HP. Luca Di Fiore, Head of Products at Xtreme Performance Gear, joins us here at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, to discuss some game-changing innovation…
Where is IoT Going? #CES2020
Feb 18 • 38 min
Today’s guest is no stranger to the Killer Innovations Show, John Osborne II, Chairman of the Board of the Zigbee Alliance and General – Manager of Leedarson North America, joins us at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). On this week’s show, we will…
Innovating Across Enterprises #CES2020
Feb 11 • 38 min
A groundbreaking innovation group joined us this year at the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 (CES). E-Novia is an innovation company that inserts robotics and AI into everything they do. Our guests include Ivo Boniolo, Chief Innovation Officer and…
Renaissance Era in Innovation #CES2020
Feb 4 • 38 min
Two outstanding guests joined us while we were at the Consumer Electronics Show 2020 (CES). Bob O’Donnell, the President, Founder, and Chief Analyst at TECHnalysis Research, and Greg Johnston from Manta5, a company that offers the world’s first Hydrofoil…
Dept of Energy on AI and its Impact #CES2020
Jan 28 • 38 min
This year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), we witnessed a notable trend occurring. Government agencies from all over the nation, as well as foreign government agencies, were seen at the show. This week, Dr. Dimitri Kusnezov, the Deputy Under…
Impact From Innovation: Personal and Global #CES2020
Jan 21 • 38 min
This week on Killer Innovations, we are joined by two guests here at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES). Scott Kim, CEO of NEOFECT USA, an innovative health tech company, and Sarah Brown, the Director of Event Communications for the Consumer Technology…
Tim Bajarin on Future Innovation Platforms #CES2020
Jan 15 • 38 min
Today’s guest is one of the top technology industry analysts, well known in Silicon Valley and globally. When he talks about your company or products, you hope it is more positive than negative as his word moves the markets. Our guest is here with us at…
Will AI Replace Human Creativity?
Jan 7 • 38 min
AI has become the new buzzword that has been applied to anything and everything. You can’t attend trade shows without seeing AI attached to labels such as AI apps, AI-enhanced coffee, and AI influenced healthcare, etc. As of recent, AI has been in…
Dean Kamen on Making Life Better
Dec 24, 2019 • 38 min
Today’s guest stands as one of the top inventors and scientists of our time. Dean Kamen has been innovating for decades and is known for his invention of the Segway, the infusion pump, the iBOT wheelchair, and many more game-changing inventions. This week…
Steve Guggenheimer on Accelerating AI
Dec 17, 2019 • 38 min
Artificial intelligence is quickly growing in the technology world today. Google and Microsoft have invested heavily in AI. Does AI live up to the hype around it? Will the building blocks of AI transform from hype to reality? Today’s guest stands at the…
Innovation Reform
Dec 10, 2019 • 38 min
When you are going to reform something, the goal is to change it to something better. It is to reshape or correct something. It comes in cycles. We see it in the financial industry through Wall St. and the many government regulations. Policies, rules,…
Value of Innovation: Know What is Important
Dec 3, 2019 • 37 min
Organizations are always trying to create the next big thing. What drives these organizations to create something new to bring to the marketplace? These are solving problems, creating opportunities, removing barriers, etc. What do all these things add up?…
4 Leadership Struggles I Had to Overcome
Nov 26, 2019 • 38 min
Many leaders act as if the point they’ve reached in their careers was easy to reach. This week on the Killer Innovations show, I will be discussing the various struggles all leaders face and how to counteract them. From my perspective, as I progressed…
Idea Hacking: Feature Innovation Versus Function Innovation
Nov 19, 2019 • 38 min
What do you think about when looking at innovation? Most organizations look at innovation as the process of coming up with new products. This statement is only partially correct. How do you achieve innovation success? The innovation world is continuously…
Six Innovation Skills Everyone Needs
Nov 12, 2019 • 38 min
What are the innovation skills needed to be successful in creating new ideas and products? Many people often find themselves void of creativity in the innovation world. This stems from a deeper issue. On today’s show, we will go through in more detail…
James ‘Hondo’ Geurts on Taking the Navy into the Next Wave of Innovation
Nov 5, 2019 • 38 min
How do you manage over $100B in spending to innovate and not let that scale overcome your vision and approach to driving the most effective outcomes? Can you balance speed and performance, short and long term innovation in parallel? Today’s guest on…
4 Challenges Facing Innovation
Oct 29, 2019 • 38 min
What can derail the innovation journey? Recently, I finished a 3.5-day Innovation Bootcamp. In the end, I was asked an interesting question with a different look and perspective of innovation, now and in the future. The participant asked what challenges…
Steve Hellmuth on Innovating the New NBA Experience
Oct 22, 2019 • 37 min
Creating and continually innovating the entertainment experience to keep your customers on the edge of their seats is a monumental undertaking. Can the entertainment experience go to new levels? What cool innovations and technologies is the sports…
Scott McNealy on Controversy Generates Good Ideas
Oct 15, 2019 • 47 min
Is controversy good when it comes to innovating? Today’s guest is passionate about creating breakthroughs and states ‘If it isn’t controversial, it’s not a good idea’. Scott McNealy knows a few things about changing the game by challenging the status quo,…
Safi Bahcall on Loonshots: Creating & Nurturing Crazy Ideas
Oct 8, 2019 • 38 min
Have you created a Loonshot? Have people dismissed or laughed at your Loonshot? Safi Bahcall takes us through how to manage Loonshots—a big goal, an audacious idea which has a lot of enthusiasm and support, but may be viewed as crazy. What if you nurtured…
Donald Rattner on Design of a Place and its Effect on Creativity
Oct 1, 2019 • 38 min
Does architecture have an effect on how we think, feel, and act? Donald Rattner has researched and explored environmental psychology and come to the conclusion that it does. This fact plays into our daily lives, affecting how we act and feel at the office…
Katherine Radeka on Challenges of Innovation in a Large Organization
Sep 24, 2019 • 38 min
This week on Killer Innovations, I am joined in the studio by Katherine Radeka. Katherine is the founder of Rapid Learning Cycles Institute. She has a new book coming out on October 1st called “High Velocity Innovation.” Katherine started her career at HP…
Phillip Merrick On Being The Innovation First Mover
Sep 17, 2019 • 31 min
On this week’s episode of Killer Innovations, Phillip Merrick joins us in the studio. Phillip and his wife Caren started a company called webMethods and pioneered the use of web services integrating, machines, software applications and databases with…
Mike George on Manufacturing Innovation Using AI
Sep 10, 2019 • 37 min
On this week’s show of Killer Innovations, Michael George, Author, Entrepreneur and CEO of AI Technologies joins us as our guest. He is the founder of Lean Six Sigma, the most widely used process improvement method used globally. Since 2012, Mike has…
Innovation Leadership and Going Beyond the Obvious
Sep 3, 2019 • 38 min
What are the unique skill sets needed for innovation leadership? We all have a list of what good leadership skills are but what are the unique ones you need to be a true innovation leader? Today on Killer Innovations, I will discuss what I have found to…
Innovation Can Happen Anywhere, to Anything and by Anyone!
Aug 27, 2019 • 38 min
We love to say anything can be innovated, anyone can innovate and innovation can happen anywhere. Silicon Valley and other recognized innovation hubs do not have a lock on innovation or a secret sauce that cannot be modeled or improved on. It takes a…
Overcoming Impostor Syndrome to Create the Next Game-Changing Innovation
Aug 20, 2019 • 37 min
I was recently asked to give a talk at TEDx Boulder. The talk was based on a speech I gave in D.C. a few months past. Humans have a superpower. That superpower is the ability to convince ourselves that something is true when it is not. Seventy-five…
Innovation Bootcamp – How To Win In The Emerging Creative Economy
Aug 13, 2019 • 37 min
To win in the highly competitive markets of today, we need to win in the emerging creative economy. Key to this success is helping our teams re-discover their natural ability to be highly creative. Today’s show is the audio from a keynote speech I gave at…
7 Laws of Innovation and Benefitting from Coaching Insights
Aug 6, 2019 • 38 min
Laws of Innovation Why do some organizations have better innovation than others? Over the years I have collected what I call the “7 Immutable Laws of Innovation.” No single organization could be successful in all of these laws but there are always…
Better Ways to Co-Innovation and Strategic Storytelling
Jul 30, 2019 • 38 min
Co-Innovation What is Co-Innovation? Co-Innovation is two parties with unique expertise that come together in a 50/50 funding of resources. The key component being they have complimentary interests. Think of it as a Venn diagram. The goal of Co-Innovation…
Apollo 11 Moon Landing: the Innovation that gave NASA and the World the View
Jul 23, 2019 • 38 min
The success of the Apollo 11 mission, the first moon landing, inspires our innovative passions and pursuits. With the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 landing on the moon, I’ve been looking back at all of those that impacted and supported an incredible…
Innovation Strength: Acquiring Innovation/ Avoiding the Biggest Risks to Innovation
Jul 16, 2019 • 38 min
What is the strength of innovation in your organization? In this week’s Killer Innovations, we explore avenues to building innovation strength. Innovation from Mergers and Acquisitions can be a fast track to innovation. What are the pros and cons to this…
Ideas + Innovation Culture = Innovation Success
Jul 10, 2019 • 38 min
Innovation is all about translating ideas into real products, real services and real solutions. Ideas without execution are a hobby. Is your organization in the business of innovation? This week’s show boils it down to a simple equation. Ideas +…
Five Ways to Generate New Ideas
Jul 2, 2019 • 38 min
When it comes to the process of generating ideas, the default answer is to host a brainstorming session. Are there other ways to generate new ideas that are not dependent on traditional brainstorming? Today on Killer Innovations, I am going to share with…
Individual Ideation Versus Team Ideation
Jun 25, 2019 • 38 min
This week on Killer Innovations, I will discuss how to use both individual ideation and team ideation to generate disruptive ideas that will create high impact innovations. Individual Ideation When kicking off individual ideation, you need to ensure that…
What Is an Innovation Program Office?
Jun 18, 2019 • 38 min
Today’s show is going to be a look behind the scenes around the time when I took over as CTO at HP. This time is so important because it is the time that I came up with the concept “The Innovation Program Office.” In today’s show we will talk about the…
Four Steps to Better Brainstorm Problem Statements
Jun 11, 2019 • 38 min
So, you are about to pull together a team of eight to twelve people into a brainstorming session; do not make the mistake that 90% of us make…no area of focus. Most teams will be given the challenge of to “quickly come up with a product idea.” The results…
Five Worst Innovation Failures
Jun 4, 2019 • 37 min
It goes without saying that not all ideas are good ideas that lead to market winning innovations. Sometimes we need to remind ourselves that while failures will happen, we can learn from those that have gone before us in bringing innovations to market.…
How to Create A Disruptive Ideation Workshop
May 28, 2019 • 38 min
Many people believe when it comes to innovation, you’ve either got it or you don’t. But innovation is a skill that can be learned, practiced and perfected. One area of innovation is ideation. Generating quality ideas is key to keeping the innovation…
4 Ways to Deal with FOBO (Fear of a Better Option)
May 21, 2019 • 37 min
Making hard decisions can bring the most seasoned leaders to their knees, no matter how calm they look on the outside. The fear of a better option (FOBO) can paralyze decision-making. It is also the enemy of innovation. In this show I talk about 4 ways to…
How Should We Define The Ethical Boundaries of Technology?
May 14, 2019 • 37 min
Ethical lapses in some tech companies have grabbed headlines in recent years. Tech is changing daily, touching every aspect of our lives. It’s time to define the ethical boundaries of technology. Without focus on ethics in technology, there will be huge…
How to Forecast and Survive Cycles of Innovation
May 7, 2019 • 38 min
The latest innovation of today can quickly be replaced with the next best thing tomorrow. Whether you’re a newcomer to innovation or the seasoned innovator, there’s something every innovator should know. How to forecast and survive cycles of innovation.…
Innovation Leadership: The Role of the CEO, Board, and the Innovation Advisory Board
Apr 30, 2019 • 37 min
Leadership support for innovation is critical to an organization. Any leader knows how to spell innovation. But few senior leaders understand what is involved or how hard it is unless they have come from an “innovation background.” What are some…
Creative Inspiration Outside of Work
Apr 23, 2019 • 37 min
Everyone is creative. Yet some people seem more creative than others. What do those people have that others might lack? What’s the secret to creativity? This week we talk about finding creative inspiration outside of work. I’ll share my thoughts on what…
Using Innovation to Grow the Intangible Economy
Apr 16, 2019 • 37 min
With major shifts in the global economy, businesses need to be ready. Amid a slowdown of growth, companies that thrive are using innovation to grow the intangible economy. Steven Hill is the Global Head of Innovation at KPMG. He joins us to talk about the…
Device Innovation: Enabling IoT Standards
Apr 9, 2019 • 37 min
Behind all things smart, from homes and buildings to vehicles, is IoT. What will open up new worlds for the future? Open IoT standards. John Osborne II is Chairman of the Board at Zigbee Alliance. He is also Vice President of IoT, sales and marketing at…
Creating Motion and Gesture Control with Style
Apr 2, 2019 • 37 min
Apply technology designed for one use to a whole new product. Then expect the unexpected. Tech that detects motion on bridges and other large structures is the backdrop. Chief Operating Officer Nadia Giuliani joins the show from CES 2019. She shares the…
Innovations Using Edge Computing
Mar 26, 2019 • 37 min
Making creative ideas into tangible products takes time. Anything that can optimize the process will give the advantage. Developing the next evolution of cloud computing is Mutable, which offers public edge cloud. This translates into low latency,…
Innovating Battery Life: Powering Down to Power Up
Mar 19, 2019 • 37 min
Being connected has become an essential part of our daily lives. Wireless has made huge strides over the past two decades. IoT is connecting our world in ways we would have never imagined. With the growing demand for constant connectivity, one area that…
CTO Advice for the Innovator
Mar 12, 2019 • 38 min
How does one become a successful Chief Technology Officer? It takes creative vision, innovative strategy, and thorough preparation. In this week’s show, Tony G. Werner, President of Technology and Product at Comcast, joins me to share CTO advice. Tony…
Season 15: Inspiring Impactful Innovation Since 2005
Mar 5, 2019 • 38 min
Early in my career one man who had a huge impact on me, my mentor Bob Davis, told me to pay it forward. As Killer Innovations kicks off Season 15 this week, we reflect on what it has meant to pay it forward. Challenging and encouraging others toward…
Customer Support Innovation: Solving Problems Faster S14 Ep51
Feb 26, 2019 • 38 min
When you’re in the middle of an important project and equipment fails, you want it fixed fast. In this week’s show I talk with Blitzz Co-founder Rama Sreenivasan. His company is solving the inefficiencies of tech support. Blitzz’s customer support…
Safe and Efficient Transport through Microtransit Innovation S14 Ep50
Feb 19, 2019 • 37 min
Getting around in the big city can be easier than in smaller, less populated locations. In many areas across the country, getting from point A to point B is dependent on having a vehicle. This can present a challenge for people who don’t have access to a…
Incremental Innovation at CES 2019 S14 Ep49
Feb 12, 2019 • 32 min
If you’ve attended the Consumer Electronics Show for many years, your perspective can be invaluable. For Tim Bajarin, preeminent Silicon Valley analyst and President of Creative Strategies, this is his 44th CES. When he speaks, the tech industry listens.…
Practical AI at CES 2019 S14 Ep48
Feb 5, 2019 • 37 min
As the hype settles, practical AI emerges. The use of AI in various forms is gaining traction. Who can benefit from AI and how? Steve Guggenheimer, Microsoft VP of AI and ISV, joins us in the Mobile Studio at CES 2019. He shares his thoughts on CES and…
On the Cusp of Innovation: Bob O’Donnell Surveys CES 2019 S14 Ep47
Jan 29, 2019 • 37 min
At times the leaps forward in technology are evident. Then there are times when incremental steps slowly rise towards something momentous just yonder. Bob O’Donnell is a top Silicon Valley analyst, USA Today columnist, and contributor to leading media…
CES 2019: Tech Trends that Amaze and Simplify S14 Ep46
Jan 22, 2019 • 37 min
Cars that walk. TVs that roll up. From rising stars to tech titans, the atmosphere at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 has been high energy. To consider what’s fueling that energy, I talk to the host of CES, Consumer Technology Association (CTA).…
Innovating Network Operations: Connected, Secure, Visible S14 Ep45
Jan 15, 2019 • 37 min
Keeping networks connected, secure, and visible is easier thanks to one startup. Here at the Consumer Electronics Show, David Erickson joins me. David is Co-Founder of Forward Networks. His company is innovating network operations. Their products…
How to Build Innovation Confidence S14 Ep44
Jan 8, 2019 • 37 min
The work of innovation culminates in execution. But getting there is a journey with hurdles to overcome. You need innovation confidence to face corporate antibodies, deal with setbacks, and keep innovating. Today’s show focuses on how to build innovation…
The Best of Killer Innovations 2018: Motivating, Inspiring, Innovating S14 Ep43
Jan 1, 2019 • 37 min
As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on an amazing year. We’ve listened to innovators from around the world. We’ve found non-obvious innovation in unexpected places. It’s been a year of new experiences, like talking at TEDx Boulder. Excerpts…
How to Create a Strong Executive Presence – Part Two S14 Ep42
Dec 25, 2018 • 37 min
Success in innovation requires more than great ideas, that amazing product, the unique service. Innovators need support from others to make their innovations a reality. How does the innovation leader persuade and influence others to support his/her…
How to Create a Strong Executive Presence – Part One S14 Ep41
Dec 18, 2018 • 37 min
What makes great leaders great? Those who motivate and inspire others and draw a following embody a strong executive presence. If you want to lead in innovation, strong executive presence is a must. Although it may seem an elusive quality, it’s not.…
4 Ways to Sniff Out a Bogus Innovation S14 Ep40
Dec 11, 2018 • 37 min
We’ve all heard these larger than life claims made about some innovation. If it’s too good to be true, it probably is. Bogus innovations cause serious damage. They hurt consumers, employees, investors, and the innovator community as a whole. But how do…
An Innovator with Impostor Syndrome S14 Ep39
Dec 4, 2018 • 38 min
A good number of us harbor a secret fear about our abilities or qualifications. We’re shadowed by clouds of doubt. Do you feel like a fraud and an impostor when it comes to your career? You’re not alone. I was an innovator with Impostor Syndrome. In this…
The Wine Bottle: Ripe for Packaging Innovation S14 Ep38
Nov 27, 2018 • 37 min
When delivery fails, it costs in more ways than one. In today’s show, I talk with Santiago Navarro, founder and CEO of Garçon Wines. Santiago shares his unique solution to a constraint that caused major problems for his online wine business. Based in the…
Don’t Let the Funnel Dry Up! Create an Innovation Challenge S14 Ep37
Nov 20, 2018 • 37 min
For innovation leaders, one of the hardest tasks is keeping the innovation funnel full. Yet, this is key to sustaining an innovation effort. What’s worked for me is to create an innovation challenge. Today’s show lays out a process for making an…
A Change Maker in the Innovation Game S14 Ep36
Nov 13, 2018 • 37 min
Big corporate innovation or startup getting off the ground, the challenges are similar. Amy Radin knows something of both. She went from direct marketing to becoming the first Chief Innovation Officer of Citibank. Now she advises startups. Her latest…
A Future Look: Top Innovations, Teaching the Future, Tomorrow’s Healthcare S14 Ep35
Nov 6, 2018 • 32 min
Today we delve into the future. I discuss topics in three areas: top innovations, teaching the future, and tomorrow’s healthcare. What innovations will have the most impact on our future? What can we do today to prepare students for the future? How will…
Decision-making: OODA Loop for Fast and Accurate Decisions S14 Ep33
Oct 23, 2018 • 30 min
When the enemy is in close pursuit, there’s not a lot of time to decide what’s next. Fighter pilots are trained to make decisions fast. It’s a decision that could mean life or death. And fast is not enough. Fighter pilots must make fast and accurate…
The Art of Invention and Innovation in Chicago S14 Ep32
Oct 16, 2018 • 23 min
Every year Chicago highlights the art of invention and innovation. I’m honored to welcome back Tom Kuczmarski to the show. Tom talks about exciting things going on in the realm of Chicago innovation and student invention. If you’ve had trouble buttering…
Brain Health for Innovation and Creativity S14 Ep31
Oct 9, 2018 • 37 min
Anyone who wants to be highly creative, be an innovator, and generate killer ideas needs above all else one thing. You need your brain. That’s why it’s of primary importance that you take care of your brain health. Your brain, like any muscle can be…
Innovating the Economy S14 Ep30
Oct 2, 2018 • 37 min
Growing up with an inventor dad, Jarl Jensen knew innovation and ideas were in his future. As a kid, his dad would play the “Invention Game” with him. His dad would present an object and together they would come up with different ideas for its use. In his…
Unusual Path to Medical Innovation: Ra Medical’s Dean Irwin S14 Ep29
Sep 25, 2018 • 37 min
September is National Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness month. In view of this, today’s show is an edited re-broadcast of two shows from November 2017. Kym McNicholas and I interview Ra Medical founder, Dean Irwin. Dean shares his unusual path to…
The Impact of the Innovation Economy S14 Ep28
Sep 18, 2018 • 37 min
A recent event brought back to mind a blog I posted in January 2017 on the innovation economy. A news agency reporting on a candidate running for governor referenced that blog post. The candidate‘s platform is the innovation economy. It seems to be…
Setting Innovation Objectives S14 Ep27
Sep 11, 2018 • 37 min
In a recent show, I talked about setting innovation objectives. Listeners wrote in asking for details on how to include innovation in the objective setting process. So, in this week’s show I share the steps to setting innovation objectives. Done well,…
Innovation Leadership Skills: 6 Questions Great Leaders Ask Their Employees S14 Ep26
Sep 4, 2018 • 37 min
A key mission for an innovation leader is to motivate, support, and help your teams learn good innovation habits. This should occur daily with each interaction. Modeling leadership habits and exhibiting leadership skills inspires employees to become…
Five Barriers to Innovation S14 Ep25
Aug 28, 2018 • 37 min
A common question I get from listeners is how to fight against the roadblocks and barriers to innovation. In this week’s show, I address five of the biggest barriers to innovation. The list is based on the 2018 Innovation Leader study done in partnership…
Innovation Leadership: Using Influence for Success S14 Ep24
Aug 21, 2018 • 36 min
Success in the innovation game requires strong innovation leadership. But there is confusion about what defines leadership. To understand leadership, we need to boil it down to the essence – what it is and what it isn’t. We need to identify a key…
On the Road: Thoughts on Innovation S14 Ep23
Aug 14, 2018 • 37 min
Today’s show is unique. I recorded it as I drove back to Denver from an annual event in Keystone, Colorado. The event centers around what’s coming in the next three to eight years in technology and innovation. So, sit back and enjoy the ride as I share my…
Creating Customer Value through Cost Innovation S14 Ep22
Aug 7, 2018 • 37 min
Often when we think about innovation, it’s high tech or a game changing breakthrough. Today, we look at innovation through a different set of glasses. Rather than innovating a product or service, “costovation” innovates on the business model. Stephen…
No Limits to Innovation and Creativity S14 Ep21
Jul 31, 2018 • 37 min
On today’s show, instead of hosting a guest, I am the guest. Erich Viedge interviews me for his podcast, The Skeptical Executive. Erich brings innovation to unique industries. He’s also an early listener of Killer Innovations. Erich has some good…
Catching the AI Wave: Content Management Innovation S14 Ep20
Jul 24, 2018 • 37 min
From my shows on this year’s CES, you’ll know I’m leery of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the many companies touting it. On the flip side, I have also featured some interesting ventures into AI. When I heard that Box was delving into AI, I had to learn…
Competing for Fuel Efficiency Innovation S14 Ep19
Jul 17, 2018 • 37 min
There’s been an explosion of innovation competitions in recent years. They highlight the fact that innovation can come from non-obvious sources. These competitions bring together smart people – usually industry outsiders – to tackle a problem. The annual…
Smart Ideation to Scale Your Business S14 Ep18
Jul 10, 2018 • 37 min
Great ideas come and go, but what makes an idea into something bigger? How do you develop your idea into a product that will attract venture capitalists and scale your business? Is the idea sustainable beyond one or two seasons of growth? Can the idea…
Goals and the Journey to Fully Living S14 Ep17
Jul 3, 2018 • 37 min
Did you ever set a goal or New Year’s resolution only to abandon it? Do find your life lacks purpose? Do you doubt your ability to accomplish amazing things? Today’s show features Tal Gur, blogger, author, motivational speaker. Tal’s goal, or one of many,…
Politics of Innovation: How Should Politicians Think About Innovation? S14 Ep16
Jun 26, 2018 • 37 min
The pressure is intense in the U.S. government to get innovation efforts underway. “Beltway bandits” riddle proposals with “innovation” in hopes of securing contracts. Politicians believe it will solve all the problems. This politics of innovation doesn’t…
The Innovation Nursery: Technology Growth in the Midwest S14 Ep15
Jun 19, 2018 • 37 min
What brought a successful Wall Street investor and a lauded entrepreneur to Central Ohio? Flavio Lobato and John D’Orazio, Ikove Capital Co-Founders, saw amazing innovation where few were looking. To cultivate technology growth in the Midwest, Ikove…
Look in New Directions to Create the Unexpected and Spark Innovation S14 Ep14
Jun 12, 2018 • 37 min
At the Innovation Boot Camp, I had a chance to talk with Kym McNicholas. We’ve both been traveling. Kym’s made stops in Europe and Asia to promote medical innovations. I’ve driven 12,000 miles in four months in the Mobile Studio. On the road, we’ve found…
Non-Obvious Innovation, Non-Obvious Location S14 Ep13
Jun 5, 2018 • 37 min
Take a look in an unexpected direction and discover non-obvious innovation. One entrepreneur is building solutions to meet basic needs in rural and urban slums of India. Hasit Ganatra is founder of ReMaterials. His company designs and produces the…
Copycat Innovation and the Ethical Innovator S14 Ep12
May 29, 2018 • 37 min
This year at South by Southwest (SXSW), I facilitated a discussion on neurodiversity hiring. This is part of my work with Hacking Autism. SXSW is a multi-week event, part music festival, part innovation reveal. It’s where big names like Twitter first…
Being Content is the Enemy of Innovation S14 Ep11
May 22, 2018 • 37 min
Being content may be a positive emotion in some senses. Not so with innovation. If you are ready to rest on your laurels after a triumph or a stressful circumstance, get ready. Major change could be looming around the corner. Let me explain why I believe…
Discovering the Roadmap to a Better Future S14 Ep10
May 15, 2018 • 37 min
Ever wish you could travel the world discovering better ways of doing things? The next best thing – read the book. Author Mark Stevenson is an innovation explorer. He’s visited remote parts and populous cities worldwide. This ‘reluctant futurist’ searches…
Startup meets BigCo – the Confluence of Innovation in Cincinnati S14 Ep9
May 8, 2018 • 37 min
When civic and business leaders have a meeting of the minds, amazing things can happen. Cincinnati is home to several major corporations and health care organizations. The demand is high for tech innovation. This midwestern city has created a unique…
Small Spaces Inspiring Student Innovation S14 Ep8
May 1, 2018 • 37 min
Exploring rural innovation, I stopped in Paducah, Kentucky. Drs. Lula Luu and John Crilly, founders of FIn Gourmet Foods, joined the mobile studio. Word got around town. Monica Bilak contacted me through The Innovator’s Community. I’m pleased to welcome…
7 Rules to Live by: Creating Personal and Professional Success S14 Ep7
Apr 24, 2018 • 37 min
Every so often we should pause and reflect. On the way to the airport after hosting a South by Southwest meet up on neural diversity hiring, traffic was slow. This allowed an engaging conversation with the taxi driver. He asked me what led to success in…
Creating Safe Transportation in Urban Africa S14 Ep6
Apr 17, 2018 • 37 min
Creating safe transportation on the African continent takes a unique approach. The solutions of the Western world and Silicon Valley simply won’t work. Colonial cities have grown into major urban environments. The infrastructure doesn’t sustain the…
Innovation KPIs: Six Categories to Measure Success S14 Ep5
Apr 10, 2018 • 37 min
Today’s show addresses questions from listeners on innovation KPIs. I’m back in Colorado after clocking 12,000 miles in the mobile Innovators Studio. On the road, I talked with interesting innovators and analysts. Taking a break from interviews, I’d like…
Retail Innovation for the Impatient Shopper S14 Ep4
Apr 3, 2018 • 37 min
Delays at the grocery checkout line set William Chomley on a retail innovation course. Like most of us who are short on time, a quick stop at the supermarket took longer than he liked. He began ideating on a better way to shop – reinventing the checkout…
PLATO: The Creation of the Online Community and the Orange Glow S14 Ep3
Mar 27, 2018 • 37 min
If we were to trace the roots of what we do online, what would we assume about the creation of the online community? Whether it’s taking college courses or Facebooking, when did it start. The 1990s with the internet. Was that the start of online video…
Emerging Solutions: Service Innovation S14 Ep2
Mar 20, 2018 • 37 min
For large companies, does innovation happen tucked away in a lab? How does a professional services company innovate? I delve into these questions with Michael Whitaker (“Whit”) of ICF. He dispels misguided concepts about service innovation. The unique…
Real Innovation in Artificial Intelligence S14 Ep1
Mar 13, 2018 • 37 min
I’m searching for real innovation in Artificial Intelligence (AI). A surfeit of AI products leaves me skeptical. Not to rain on anybody’s parade, but the term appears on countless products. Even so, some companies do the work of real innovation in AI.…
Refocusing the Innovation for the Future S13 Ep53
Mar 6, 2018 • 37 min
Are VR/AR (Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality) glasses the future? It might bring to mind an awkward image. People lumbering with bulky headgear. Besides intense gaming, what are the practical uses for VR/AR technology? By refocusing the innovation and…
No Entrepreneur is an Island: Mentoring, Networking, Sharing S13 Ep52
Feb 27, 2018 • 38 min
Walt Disney said, “You can design and create, and build the most wonderful place in the world. But it takes people to make the dream a reality.” Marco Carvalho would like to share this lesson with a fellow entrepreneur and innovator. As Marco travelled…
In Real Time – Live Streaming Innovation S13 Ep51
Feb 20, 2018 • 38 min
Imagine a major sporting event that you can’t sit at home with friends to watch on TV. Maybe you’ve had to work late or you’re a student returning from classes on the subway. You do the next best thing. You take out your mobile device to live stream it.…
Gaming and Beyond: Accessible Innovation S13 Ep50
Feb 13, 2018 • 38 min
A video game competition between siblings is one of those simple joys of childhood. But it is no simple thing when one of those children has physical limitations that have kept him from that joy. His smile when at last he can play a virtual soccer match…
Innovation Through Collaboration S13 Ep49
Feb 6, 2018 • 37 min
Innovation can spring out of ideating beyond your own needs. Look to others’ challenges to shine a light on prime areas for innovation. Innovation can also come from dire need. Both cases push innovators to ask questions. What can I do to make this…
Three Perspectives on the Innovation Standouts from CES 2018 S13 Ep48
Jan 30, 2018 • 38 min
Among the emerging technologies, gadgets and hype, what innovation standouts were at CES 2018? What trends have staying power? With almost every startup claiming AI, I’m having flashbacks to the dot com era when every business changed its name to get in…
What Technologies Are On The Innovation Horizon For 2018? S13 Ep47
Jan 23, 2018 • 38 min
What technologies are on the innovation horizon for this year? I had a chance to sit down with acclaimed Silicon Valley tech analyst, Bob O’Donnell, at the The International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), to discuss the highlights of the show and where…
An Innovative Parking Solution That Predicts Where You Can Park S13 Ep46
Jan 16, 2018 • 38 min
Have you ever circled around a busy city block searching for parking? You know how frustrating it can be. If you run a business that depends on drivers finding a parking space, parking becomes mission critical. Is there an innovative parking solution that…
Non-Obvious Innovation From Unexpected Places Like Paducah Kentucky S13 Ep45
Jan 9, 2018 • 38 min
Innovation is not something restricted to Silicon Valley or other Silicon Valley like location (e.g. Austin, Boston, etc). Innovation can happen anywhere. If you are willing to invest some time and little effort, you can find non-obvious innovation…
4 Reasons Every CEO Needs An Innovation Coach S13 Ep44
Jan 2, 2018 • 38 min
Lets face it. Innovation is hard work and requires leadership support if an organization is going to be successful at it. Thus every CEO needs an innovation coach who can come alongside and help the CEO achieve innovation success. Why does an organization…
4 Signs Your Organization Is Headed Toward Innovation Collapse S13 Ep43
Dec 26, 2017 • 38 min
To some organizations, starting an innovation effort seems easy. Just hire some consultants, host a few all-hands meetings and then decree that the organization is embracing innovation. Sustaining innovation over time is incredibly hard. Without a long…
The Untold Stories of DARPA – The Government Agency That Changed The World S13 Ep42
Dec 19, 2017 • 38 min
While many are familiar with the story of how DARPA (actually it was its predecessor ARPA) invented the internet. What few are familiar with is the untold stories of of DARPA and how its innovators solved some of the most pressing problems we faced. DARPA…
Innovation At Scale: The Role Of Infrastructure S13 Ep41
Dec 12, 2017 • 38 min
To invent and deliver innovation at scale, infrastructure can quickly become the roadblock that will turn a great idea in to nightmare. For those of us who have been on Twitter for any amount of time, how can we forget the “fail whale” whenever it went…
How To Build An Innovation Ecosystem Inside Your Organization S13 Ep40
Dec 5, 2017 • 38 min
Building an innovation ecosystem of support across your organization is critical to achieving success. Without it and you will struggle taking and idea and making it real. This week, we take a look at another listner question on how to get support across…
Would You Quit Google and Sell Your House for an Idea? S13 Ep39
Nov 28, 2017 • 38 min
I’m not sure how many people would up and quit google and sell their house to fund an innovation. On top of that, the idea was in an area that many say had no room for new innovation. A very typical innovation antibody response to this persons idea.…
Patience: Waiting 15 Years To Bring An Innovation To Market S13 Ep38
Nov 21, 2017 • 38 min
When it comes to tackling some of the hardest medical innovations, patience becomes a fundamental requirement. Because of the regulatory challenges of getting government approval, its not uncommon to wait for years before an innovation is approved for…
Never Give Up: Leaving School At 13 To Study Nuclear Fusion S13 Ep37
Nov 14, 2017 • 38 min
We’ve all heard the mantra to never give up. We say it to our kids in the hopes that they stick with something that has impact. In the case of Dean Irwin, this mantra as child set him on a path that few could imagine. Dean left school at 13 to become an…
Can You Create High Performance Teams? S13 Ep36
Nov 7, 2017 • 38 min
Over my career, twice I found myself part of what I would consider high performance teams. These are teams that achieved far beyond expectations. Once you’ve been a part of a high performance team, you will do everything in your power to find another team…
Behind The Scenes Look At Getting The Innovation Timing Right S13 Ep35
Oct 31, 2017 • 39 min
Have we become addicted to innovation? I love the next new thing as much as anyone as evidenced by all of the stuff I’ve accumulated. As an innovators, the challenge is how to get the innovation timing right to satisfy the market and stay ahead of the…
Innovation Outside Silicon Valley S13 Ep34
Oct 24, 2017 • 38 min
During some recent travels, I started noticing the comments and suggestions that “being part of Silicon Valley must be exciting”. As I paid more attention, it came across as almost hero worship of Silicon Valley and the companies its has launched. It’s…
Why Do We Back The Wrong Ideas? S13 Ep33
Oct 17, 2017 • 39 min
When it comes to looking and selecting the right ideas to get behind, we all suffer from biases and blind spots. When you look at the success rate for venture capitalists, the only expect to have one hit out 10. So, why do we repeatedly find ourselves…
Innovation Driven Entrepreneurship S13 Ep32
Oct 10, 2017 • 38 min
In a recent discussion with some colleagues, we found ourselves discussing the current state of the US and global economy. Why has the economic recovery been so slow which has caused the middle class income to stagnate? In my opinion, its because the…
9 Common Questions About Innovation S13 Ep31
Oct 3, 2017 • 38 min
Over the years, I noticed that I seem to get a similar set of questions from the participants at my talks, workshops, and innovation boot camps. What this tells me is that there are a set of common questions about innovation that are on everyone’s mind.…
Technology Megatrends S13 Ep30
Sep 26, 2017 • 39 min
Technology megatrends, or what some call long range technology roadmaps, are an important input into your strategic thinking as you build your innovation pipeline. I’ve been researching, tracking and presenting on technology megatrends for the last 30…
Human Centered Design (HCD) S13 Ep29
Sep 19, 2017 • 39 min
Over the last few decades, the importance of design has been growing in the context of how to create disruptive game-changing innovations. Human centered design (HCD) is the way that innovators integrate design with a clear view of customer in to the…
My Secret to Sourcing Innovation S13 Ep28
Sep 12, 2017 • 39 min
When it comes to sourcing innovation, most focus on trying to come up with a clever technical or business hook. Over years of experience of both innovation success and failures, I’ve uncovered three areas of focus for sourcing innovation that will have…
Daydreaming: 2 Hours To Boost Your Creativity S13 Ep27
Sep 3, 2017 • 38 min
Some of the smartest, most creative people I know spend time doing nothing but thinking. For example Einstein was often criticized for his daydreaming. His form of daydreaming was to run his thought experiments. Experiments carried out completely within…
Next Generation Technology: Human Computer Interaction S13 Ep26
Aug 30, 2017 • 39 min
When I was a software engineer, one area of importance was the design and testing of user interfaces. The work was frustrating because you had to decipher what the user was “thinking” to understand how they would use your software. Over the years, the…
Will Artificial Intelligence Take Over Creativity and Innovation? S13 Ep25
Aug 22, 2017 • 38 min
As humans, we have some unique abilities. We are self-aware, we exhibit critical thinking and we have the ability to be creative and innovate. Will that always be the case? Some think that artificial intelligence (AI) will someday take over creativity and…
Innovation With Purpose: Inspiring The Near Future S13 Ep24
Aug 15, 2017 • 38 min
It’s human nature to want to make a lasting impact with the innovations we create. To do something meaningful and enduring. To create a lasting legacy that makes the world a better place. I call this innovation with purpose. In some cases, we need help to…
How To Avoid The Trap of Success S13 Ep23
Aug 8, 2017 • 38 min
Once we have experienced that taste of success, we will do anything to experience it again but instead, we fall into the trap of success. Success leads us down the path of taking a more conservative approach in hopes that we can repeat the success we just…
The Unintended Consequences From Innovation Adoption S13 Ep22
Aug 1, 2017 • 38 min
The pace of innovation continues to accelerate and in many instences, we are surprised from the unintended consequences from innovation adoption. While innovators focus on the adoption, we overlook the need for society to adapt to these new innovations…
How Companies Are Using Improv Comedy Skills To Boost Creativity S13 Ep21
Jul 25, 2017 • 38 min
Helping companies and teams to unlock their natural creative ability can be daunting to innovation leaders. One method that I have found incredibly useful is to use improv comedy skills as a way to get team members comfortable being uncomfortable since in…
A 5th Grade Innovator Whose Idea Could Save Kids Left In The Car S13 Ep20
Jul 18, 2017 • 39 min
What inspirations feed your ideas for innovation? In this case, seeing a news report on a tragic death of a 6 month old baby let a young entrepreneur to create an innovation that could save kids left in the car. Bishop Curry is headed into the 6th grade…
Skipping College To Start A Business S13 Ep19
Jul 12, 2017 • 39 min
What would you think if your child, grandchild, niece or nephew came to you and said that they were skipping college to start a business? Almost a year ago, I interviewed Nick Titus who was soon to be a High School Senior about his science fair project…
The 8 Things Your Innovation Leader Should Bring To Your Organization S13 Ep18
Jul 4, 2017 • 38 min
This is for CxO’s or those who want to eventually be a CxO. How are you thinking about innovation within your organization? What are you doing to ensure that you have the right innovation leader in place? Why Is Innovation Important? A recent McKinsey &…
The Truth And Disappointment Of Orphaned Innovations S13 Ep17
Jun 27, 2017 • 38 min
Orphaned innovations are those great ideas that could have a significant and positive impact on peoples lives except the market is so small that you can’t raise the monies and the support to bring them to market. Orphan drugs is the pharmaceutical…
Grassroots Innovation Using The Kickbox Process From Adobe S13 Ep16
Jun 20, 2017 • 38 min
Inside any size organization, getting everyone engaged on innovation can be daunting. Its not just as simple as saying that innovation is important. You need to show the organization how. At Adobe, Mark Randall reversed engineered his approach to…
Technology and Innovation For The Growing Gray Wave Of Aging Adults S13 Ep15
Jun 13, 2017 • 38 min
The boomer market is quickly becoming the target demographic that is driving a new category of technology and innovation. The desire to allow those in this gray wave of aging adults to age in place is one area of innovation we all can appreciate. In this…
6 Attributes of the Most Innovative People I’ve Interviewed S13 Ep14
Jun 6, 2017 • 38 min
I’ve been going back and looking at past shows that had guests in an attempt to trigger ideas for new guests we should invite to be on the show. During the process, I started to see patterns of common attributes across this group that I label as the most…
How MBA’s Kill Innovation S13 Ep13
May 30, 2017 • 39 min
While most innovators think about innovation across two types, incremental and disruptive, there is actually a third type; little ideas. Little ideas are complimentary to the existing offerings thus low risk. At the same time, little ideas can have high…
Innovating The Way We Teach Leadership S13 Ep12
May 23, 2017 • 39 min
When I was in college, the way we learned was lecture, reading and testing — with a little bit of lab work tossed in for good measure. When it comes to leadership, universities still teaches using this same model. The result is the struggle for graduates…
Lessons Learned From A Successful Innovator Inside a Large Organization S13 Ep11
May 16, 2017 • 39 min
A few shows back, I ranted on why I disagree with an article from an executive at Accenture who said that innovation inside large organizations was impossible. In this show, rather than you listening to more of my experiences, I decided to bring on a…
Innovating with Big Data and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Personal Performance S13 Ep10
May 9, 2017 • 38 min
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is quickly becoming a key element for today’s innovations. While many think that AI is new, its been around for decades but just now finding the traction it needs to be applied to a broad set of innovations. In today’s show,…
How To Be A Disruptive Entrepreneur S13 Ep9
May 2, 2017 • 40 min
The hope and dream of every innovator is to come up with an idea that disrupts and transforms industries. To do it multiple times over a career puts that person in to a category of being a disruptive entrepreneur. Our guest this week, Sachin Dev Duggal,…
How To Ask Questions To Find New Ideas S13 Ep8
Apr 25, 2017 • 39 min
When you are tasked with coming up with a new produce or service, the immediate reaction for most is to panic. Where and how do you start? The approach I’ve used for decades and that has helped me to create hundreds of products and services generating…
Using 30-Day Challenges to Jumpstart Your Creativity S13 Ep7
Apr 18, 2017 • 39 min
In June 2007, after finding himself creatively drained, Noah started a personal project — Skull-A-Day. This yearlong art project’s objectives was to create challenges that would jumpstart his personal creative energy. What started out as a personal…
Innovation Culture Requires That We Get Along With Others S13 Ep6
Apr 11, 2017 • 38 min
Culture is hard and creating and maintaining an innovation culture is even harder. One of the challenges for creating a culture of innovation within an organization is our ability to get along with others. Innovation is about constant change which is…
The 5 Innovation Leadership Hacks I Use S13 Ep5
Apr 4, 2017 • 38 min
As the saying goes, hindsight is 20/20. As I look back over my career leading innovation teams and organizations, I wish someone had sat me down and shared some of the core fundamentals to innovation leadership. These “hacks” are part of my core rules…
How To Overcome Impostor Syndrome And Be More Creative S13 Ep4
Mar 28, 2017 • 38 min
During a recent mentoring session with a Chief Innovation Officer (CINO) of a major multi-national company, the executive expressed a private fear. He attributes his past success as “being lucky” .. “being in the right place at the right time”. His fear…