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The Creative Class and the Future of Our Cities with Dr. Richard Florida

The best-selling author of The Rise of the Creative Class, social scientist Richard Florida is one of the key forces driving urban regeneration. Renown for his cutting-edge research, he has Read More

Competitive Strategy with Peter Sheahan

Founder & Group CEO of Karrikins Group, Peter Sheahan is known internationally for his innovative business thinking and thought leadership. Peter has advised leaders from companies as diverse as Apple, Read More

Breaking Past Your Boundaries with Gabor George Burt

As an expert on overstepping boundaries, Gabor George Burt helps companies expand and succeed by teaching them how to eliminate perceived limitations. He provides an informative, step-by-step framework for re-imagining Read More

Harnessing the Power of Storytelling with Mitch Ditkoff

Mitch Ditkoff is the Co-Founder and President of Idea Champions, an innovation consulting and training company headquartered in Woodstock, NY. In addition to being the author of the two above-mentioned Read More

How Small Discoveries Spark Breakthrough Ideas

Peter Sims is an award-winning author and entrepreneur. His latest book is Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries, selected as a one of the six best advice Read More

The Future of Wearables and the “Internet of Things”

Amyx+McKinsey is a company specializing in strategy and development of wearable technology, of which Scott Amyx is founder and CEO. The recognized thought leader in the direction of smart wearable Read More

Creativity with Fredrik Härén

One of the new stars in creativity and innovation, Fredrik Härén has been invited to deliver more than 1500 speeches and workshops in more than fifty countries. A Swedish “Speaker Read More

Bringing Innovative Leadership Lessons Back to Earth

With over eight weeks in space, forty-seven hours on spacewalks and 23,000,000 miles in orbit, astronaut Dr. Scott Parazynski brings an inspirational story and the knowledge he has gained about Read More

Innovative Leadership with Lisa Bodell

Founder & CEO of innovation firm futurethink Lisa Bodell is the bestselling author of Kill the Company, and her latest Why Simple Wins. A leader on simplifying innovation and change Read More

Thinking Like Leonardo da Vinci and Thomas Edison with Michael Gelb

Leading authority on the practical application of genius thinking, Michael Gelb is a pioneer in the fields of creative thinking, change management, accelerated learning and innovative leadership. Gelb has authored Read More

Fostering a Culture of Creativity with Josh Linkner

To Josh Linkner, creativity and innovation are the lifeblood of all human progress. As such, he’s spent his career harnessing the power of creative disruption. In addition to his own Read More

The Future Show: Knowledge and Learning

The perceived value of data, basic information and fact-based human knowledge is becoming increasingly commoditised by the efficiency and sheer horse-power of digital technologies. Any Internet user can now look Read More

5 Top Tech Trends for 2014

2014 is upon us. So what tech trends should we expect to see? Google Glass will make us twitchy. The coming year will see the launch of Google Glass with Read More

Jay Silver’s Inspiring TED Talk: Hack a Banana

Why can’t two slices of pizza be used as a slide clicker? Why shouldn’t you make music with ketchup? In this charming talk, inventor Jay Silver talks about the urge Read More

The Gen Y Point of View

Millennials bring innovation just by sharing ideas on how things might work A number of years ago, a ski instructor told me that he could always tell if a person Read More

Thriving in the Age of Disruption

At a destination travel conference in Barcelona not long ago, a marketing exec confided to me that although his company has enjoyed double-digit growth during the past four years, there’s Read More

The Four Currents of a Culture of Innovation

If you want to create a sustainable culture of innovation, you will need to understand that there are always four forces at work — four currents that are always interacting with each other:


1. Top Down
2. Bottom Up
3. Outside In
4. Inside Out


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