I had the opportunity to interview Keith Ferrazzi, author of New York Times bestseller "Never Eat Alone" and the new book "Who's Got Your Back." In this video Keith briefly discusses his reasons for writing the new book and then the importance of relationships in innovation success.
Braden Kelley of BloggingInnovation.com interviews Ric Merrifield, author of the new management book "Rethink". Ric has written a book all about escaping the "how trap" and the importance of focusing on the what's instead.
I had the opportunity to interview Dean Kamen, inventor and innovator extraordinaire, at the incentive2innovate conference at the United Nations in New York City. His inventing exploits include the Segway, the insulin pump, and a stair-climbing wheelchair. Come see our conversation about the difference between invention and innovation, the importance of making science interesting to kids, and the challenge of overcoming cultural norms to transform an invention into an innovation.
I had the opportunity to interview Neil Blakesley of BT Americas at the incentive2innovate conference this week at the United Nations in New York City. Come see our lively conversation about evolutions in telecommunications, innovation management, getting employees involved in a company's innovation, and the possibilities of all of these.
I had the opportunity to interview Charlie Brown of Ashoka's Changemakers at the incentive2innovate conference this week at the United Nations in New York City. Come see our lively conversation about open innovation in the social sector, its future, and its possibilities.