No Entrepreneur is an Island: Mentoring, Networking, Sharing S13 Ep52

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 the world, he discovered the need to reach out to others […]

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Inspiring Next Generation Innovators With Micromanufacturing S12 Ep16

Guest: Danielle Applestone (@dapplestone)

The first challenge every innovator will experience is the task of taking their idea and turning it into something real. If your idea is a physical items such as a electronic device, a tool or any other tangible 3D item, how do you go about manufacturing it? What innovators need is access to reasonably priced […]

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7 People You Should Recruit to Your Innovation Team S12 Ep13

Answering Listener Questions

When building an innovation team, taking special care that all of the official and unofficial roles are filled is key – not to mention teamwork. So what are those critical roles for the innovation team? In this weeks Killer Innovations Show, we address a listener question: What are the roles I should look for when […]

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Innovating Healthcare in America S12 Ep11

Guest: Dr. Stephen Klasko (@SteveKlasko)

In this weeks show, we dive into an an area that is ripe for innovation – healthcare. With are currently  seeing one of the most partisan, divided political cycles. Is there really an opportunity to be disruptive by innovating healthcare in Amercia? My guest, Dr Stephen Klasko, shares his perspective on what it will take to transform and […]

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8 Ways To Deal With Innovation Antibodies Who are Blocking You S12 Ep10

Answering Listener Questions

Everywhere you turn, there seems to be someone who is blocking you from making progress on your idea. These innovation antibodies seems to have one more reason as to why your idea won’t work. In this weeks Killer Innovations Show, we are answering a listener question on how to deal with these innovation antibodies. Here […]

8 Ways To Deal With Innovation Antibodies Who are Blocking You

What Are Your Most Pressing Questions on Innovation? S12 Ep9

Answering Live Questions

This weeks show is what we call an “Ask Phil” episode where we take your questions on innovation via Facebook or via email, and answer them live during the show. The questions answered during the show were: “I loved your post about feeling stupid!!! You give the best advice that is grounded in you immense amount […]

How A Day Job Annoyance Launched A Medical Innovation S12 Ep8

Guest: Mike Kobneck

We all have experienced that regular work annoyance. That thing that is like finger nails on a chalk board. When you ask why, you typically hear back that “its always been done this way”. True innovators don’t settle and keep asking “why” — and then go out and innovate a solution. In this example, go […]

Robert Scoble on Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality S11 Ep51

Guest: Robert Scoble (@Scobleizer)

This weeks guest was Robert Scoble. Robert was the futurist at Rackspace who recently announced he was joining UploadVR. In this new role, Robert will be covering the latest advances in virtual reality and augmented reality. During the interview, Robert and I discussed: SXSW and what was the buzz at the show. His perception of […]

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7 Must-Haves For A Killer Innovation Pitch S11 Ep50

In this weeks Killer Innovations radio show, we pick up on a series we started in early February to take you from a blank page to brainstorming to a killer idea.  Now you need to create and deliver your innovation pitch. As background, those shows covered: How to create and use predictions to create an […]

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