- Business Strategy InnovationInbound Marketing and Innovation Speaker, Trainer, and Consultant, 2003 - present
- Roche DiagnosticsStrategy Associate, 2003 - 2003
- CA Inc.Senior Consultant, 1999 - 2002
- NECSenior Consultant, 1998 - 1999
- SymantecInternal Consultant, 1994 - 1998
- London Business SchoolMBA - Innovation
- University of OregonFinance and Management
Innovation Excellence | Innovation: A Journey of Discovery
Innovation gets defined so many ways that it can be confusing. While there is a repeatable framework for creating new value, the iterative n
Innovation Excellence | Adopting Holacracy to Fuel Innovation
We examine and define Holacracy, including the objective of this alternative management structure--a framework that's been popularly in the
Innovation Excellence | To Make A Difference – Add Energy
If you want to make a difference, you’ve got to add energy. And the more you can add the bigger difference you can make.
Innovation Excellence | The 2016 CES Report: The Trend Behind the Trend
Hot off the press, we’re bringing you our annual CES recap report. Our team scoured the showroom floor, and explored the week's hottest topi
Innovation Excellence | Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and GA...
Learn how a small business innovation research (SBIR) contract, Hurricane Katrina and a prototype spawned success.
Innovation Excellence | Intuit Sparks ‘Start-up’ Fire in its Employees
Any enlightened innovator can inspire others when in direct audience; the challenge is sparking a whole-of-company revolution. How can one i
Innovation Excellence | How to Use Diversity to Get Really Big Ideas
Richard Haasnoot zeros on on of four elements of Quantum Idea Generation – diversity
Innovation Excellence | Target, Walgreens, Google – who will win?
Huge players are scrambling to make an impact: Walgreen’s, Google, Time Warner, Target, as well as an increasing number of healthcare techno
Innovation Excellence | Visualizing a Change Standard
Change Management is but one of five keys to sustainable change success, but it is one of the most important. It is also the only one of the
Innovation Excellence | Innovation is Never a Single Event
Greg Satell on the discovery of useless things, engineering innovation, and making good on the connected age.
Standardizing Change | Organizational Agility for Innovation & Change
Braden Kelley is a popular innovation keynote speaker who does workshops, masterclasses, webinars, white papers, and training for organizati
Innovation Excellence | Is Low Risk Innovation Even Possible?
Around 4% of innovation initiatives achieve their internally defined success criteria. Even worse, only 12% of research and development proj
Innovation Excellence | Do More Creative People go to Startups?
I used to fight the idea that more creative people go to startups. I didn’t see any reason why people would choose startup over mature compa
Innovation Excellence | The 6 Ways Big Companies are Innovating against ...
Unicorns Vs. Titans of Industry: How Fortune 500 approach technology innovation: An Indicative Research Report by Indicative's Matt Levin.
Innovation Excellence | Marketing Lessons from the 2016 Presidential Cam...
Geoff Nesnow finds it very interesting to look at the presidential race as a study in good and bad product marketing. Here are some examples
Innovation Excellence | 7 Disruptive Forces for 2016 and Beyond
As a futurist and CEO of an innovation firm, I study the implications of emerging trends through research and dialog with experts, scientist
Innovation Excellence | Solving Organizational Challenges with Product M...
Anyone influencing innovation in an organization is familiar with the challenges it brings. You feel like you are swimming against the curre
Innovation Excellence | Open Innovation is the New Normal
Hannes Erler is Director Open Innovation Networks at Swarovski. I was lucky to listen to him twice this year, explaining how Open Innovation
Innovation Excellence | Is Experience Good for Innovation?
Experience is what you get just after you needed it. A lot of people succeed at innovation because they didn’t have enough experience to rea