King discusses ways we can all tap into our own imaginative power, what we can do about a shifting technological future, and the power of thinking outside our own traditional silos to better ourselves personally, professionally, and for the organizations, we belong to.
One of the most prolific thinkers in the disruptive space, Ray Wang, the Founder of Constellation Research, stops by to discuss the landscape of our technological future and what it means to us as both individuals and members of organizations and communities.
Imagine having an opportunity to completely redesign the higher education model. What would that look like? How do we ensure that we're better serving our end-users, or in this case, students? Scott Pulsipher at WGU and his team has taken the lead on redefining the higher education model.
What does it mean to incorporate innovative strategy and design thinking into your corporate lexicon? Internationally recognized as an innovative leader in design thinking as well as a customer experience expert, Jeneanne Rae shares her insights on service innovation and the customer journey as an imperative for success in the 21st-century.
Referred to as the 'Jane Bond' of innovation, Nilofer has an innate ability to recognize untapped ideas and turn them into actionable realities. Her transformational thinking has launched over 100 products, netting $18B in sales and shares with us the power of positive thinking, finding your tribe, and ultimately how owning your purpose will lead to finding your personal power.
What exactly is synthetic biology and how will it affect our future? Andrew Hessel discusses the far-reaching implications of how rapidly emerging technological advancements in the field will change our entire lives, from the homes we live in, to the food we eat; and the results are far less scary than you think.
Iconic design thinker and master strategist Jeanne Liedtka stopped by to discuss the imperative for stretching our collective thinking with systems design in order to achieve new heights and have an impact for the greater good.
Saul Kaplan and Rabbi Irwin Kula discuss the imperative of all leaders to ask whether or not the core of what we do is actually helping people, citing the need for disruption across all domains, religion included, in order to solve our most vital problems facing our society today.
Saul Kaplan and Michael Margolis discuss storytelling as it relates to our personal brand identity, how it can be implemented effectively at a business level, and in our communities. Margolis explains that "stories are the DNA source code to human relationships," and discusses the fine art of allowing for a vulnerability in our narratives, the imperative of relationships to the storytelling process, and how the right story can lead to big changes and innovation.
Saul Kaplan and Angela Blanchard talk about reinventing communities, starting with the people who live there – by listening to them, learning about their aspirations, and enabling them in the pursuit of their goals.
Saul Kaplan and Dustin Haisler, Chief Innovation Officer for E.REPUBLIC, discuss what it takes to innovate within the public sector.
Saul Kaplan and Patrick Doyle, CEO of Domino's, talk the importance of customer experience in reinventing business models and they discuss that business model innovation is never done it should always be a work in progress.