Bryan Kramer – Author of Shareology

Bryan Kramer is one of the world’s foremost leaders in the art and science of sharing, and has been credited with instigating the #H2H human business movement in marketing and social. With over 300K social fans and followers, and an intimate understanding of the intricacies and interworking of both social technologies and social behaviors, Bryan […]

Bryan Kramer

Tara Roehl – Neural Diversity and Autism – The Impact on Creativity and Innovation

Tara was the guest on the Aug 23rd Killer Innovations radio show. Topic: Neural Diversity and Autism – The Impact on Creativity and Innovation Bio: Tara Roehl is a nationally certified speech-language pathologist. She owns Speechy Keen Speech Therapy, a telepractice-based private practice in Colorado focusing on the social/pragmatic and executive functioning needs of students with ADHD, […]

Tara Roehl - Speech Language Pathologist

Do we have what it takes to innovate the education system? S11 Ep21

It is always the start that requires the greatest effort. ~ J.C. Penney Many believe we are facing one of our largest and most important challenges – the education system. We are transitioning from an information and knowledge economy to that of the creative and innovation economy which requires a different skill set. Many are […]

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Peter Guber on Stories, Storytelling and How To Select Business Partners

Peter Guber is Chairman and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment. Guber’s most recent films from Mandalay Entertainment include The Kids Are All Right, Soul Surfer, and Bernie. He has also produced Batman, The Witches of Eastwick, and Flashdance. His films have earned over $3 billion worldwide and numerous Academy Award nominations. Peter is also a co-owner of three professional sports teams: the […]

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August 16th with Paul Zane Pilzer

Paul Zane Pilzer is an economist, social entrepreneur, professor, public servant, and the New York Times bestselling author of ten books and dozens of scholarly publications. Pilzer completed Lehigh University in three years and received his MBA from Wharton Business School in 15 months at age 22. He became Citibank’s youngest officer at age 22 […]

Doing The Impossible S11 Ep18

“It’s kind of fun doing the impossible” ~ Walt Disney Doing The Impossible Have you ever felt like you did something that others said couldn’t be done? There is not better feeling than completing something that the antibodies said couldn’t be done. Even when they try to use government regulations as a roadblock. When you look […]

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12 Tips From Elon Musk On How To Be More Innovative

For many innovators, making a splash through social media is the subject of long thought and a lot of trial and error. On the other hand, innovators like Elon Musk tend to have the Midas touch when it comes to combining innovation and social media. For example — on March 30, Elon made a vague […]

How To Use Crowdsourced Creativity for Innovation

Everyone knows of the old saying “Great minds think alike,” usually said as a kind of joke when two people have the same idea at the same time. But just how true is that statement? In fact, there’s plenty of evidence to suggest that bigger, better innovations happen when people of wildly different backgrounds and […]

How Can Boredom Be A Spark For Innovation?

It might happen while you’re taking your morning shower, or maybe you’re in the middle of your morning commute when a flash of creativity strikes: a great idea for a mobile app, a way to hack your Ikea bookshelf to solve a pressing storage problem or a brand new business idea. Why does it seem like our […]