In this episode, we’re not just talking about insurance in the traditional sense. We’re delving into how to protect the future – the innovations and potential within our organizations.
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The Innovation Storytellers Show is a weekly podcast for innovation leaders, product managers, heads of CX, UX, and communications that takes the mystery out of how to communicate breakthrough ideas to the people who matter most.
Every week on the podcast, Susan interviews the top innovation leaders in the world – from companies including Amazon, Bloomberg, Cisco, Corning, and Tesla – and invites them to share the stories that moved their innovations past the finish line, around the world, and into peoples’ hearts.
Lincoln Bleavens, Stanford University’s Executive Director of Sustainability & Energy Management joins me in a discussion about Stanford’s innovative approach to sustainability, viewing the university as a microcosm of a larger urban system.
This week I explore a unique perspective on innovation through the lens of gender dynamics and intuition. Our guest, Fabienne Jacquet, a scientist, corporate innovator, author, and the founder of INNOVEVE®, brings a wealth of experience and a distinctive viewpoint on the subject.
In the latest installment of the Innovation Storytellers Show, I had the pleasure of engaging in a profound conversation with Paul Reeder, the Executive Director of the Center for Innovation Strategies at Ohio State University. Our discussion explored what innovation truly means for businesses today, far beyond the superficial trappings that often masquerade as progress.
In this compelling episode of Innovation Storytellers Show, I am joined by Brian Solis, the Head of Global Innovation at ServiceNow. If you’ve ever been fascinated by how technology serves as a catalyst for business transformation, then this episode is a must-listen for you.
While some say good leadership relies on hard facts and analytics, others argue that instinct plays an invaluable role. I sit down with Mary Pat Knight, an authority on humanized leadership, who compellingly addresses this intricate balance between head and heart.
This week, I sat down with Hansini Sharma, Practice Lead at Acquis Consulting Group, to delve into the rapidly changing landscape of the travel industry. The episode is a journey through the nexus of innovation and execution, setting the stage for transformative impacts on both business and leisure travel.