Getting really good at innovation requires a certain vantage point – both in the trenches doing the work and the ability to soar above it all to see what’s missing and what’s next.   It’s why I love having Peter Temes, Founder and CEO of the ILO, the Institute for Innovation at Large Organization. For 25+ years, Peter has rolled up his sleeves and gotten deep into the work. Best of all, he emerges with new ideas to guide all of us to do and be better at change.   This week, I’m re-sharing this episode in preparation for a new series I’ll be talking about next week. Stay Tuned! In this episode of Innovation Storytellers, I’m joined by Peter Temes, Founder and President of ILO Institute, and the “Godfather” of innovation.

Peter talks about the process of innovation, from the moment a leader steps into an organization, to launching transformative products that leverage compelling stories.

He also talks about the characteristics and mindsets that define great innovation leaders, and whether it’s possible to innovate without constraints. Listen in now, and be sure to leave a review if you enjoyed this episode!

Guest Details:

Name: Peter Temes
Title: Founder & President
Company: ILO Institute
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