Kevin & Shawn Coyne are former McKinsey consultants who happen to be brothers. They’ve examined a better approach to breakthrough ideas that doesn’t involve brainstorming and “thinking outside the box” because these outdated approaches just don’t work. We retrain our brains to generate better ideas with the help of their latest book Brainsteering.
Joel Barker is a Futurist who popularized the concept of paradigm shifts for the corporate world in his book titled Future Edge, published in 1992. We discuss one of his latest theories, Innovation at the Verge.
Steve Balzac knows corporate culture and innovation are a two-edged sword. We discuss the secrets to creating an innovative and creative workforce.
Carmine Gallo enlightens us on the growth and innovation strategies of one of America’s most successful innovators, Steve Jobs.
There isn’t a person today that isn’t impacted by one of Steve Job’s products: the Apple II and Macintosh computers, the iPod, iTunes, the iPhone and, now, the iPad. These are insanely great products that have changed the way many of us interact with technology.
These products broke the rules of computing, music, mobile phones and personal productivity. They didn’t happen by themselves, however. They are the result of relentless innovation and a pursuit of perfection.
Steven Johnson is named by Newsweek as one of the 50 People Who Matter Most on the Internet. Thinker, writer, columnist, he helps us understand from where good ideas come.