How progress happens: the down and dirty truths and secrets that make innovation possible
Date: This event took place live on March 19 2009
Presented by: Scott Berkun
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
Talking about innovation is easy--making change happen in organizations is ridiculously hard. But there are things we can learn from the history of technology, political revolution and change, and there is a playbook we can reuse to help us avoid easy mistakes and seemingly popular, but actually self-defeating approaches. This fun, interactive and entertaining talk will prime you for leading change, managing true innovation, and enhance your skills for motivating, managing and leading people in the real world. Scott takes requests: if you have a specific question or situation you want Scott to try and work into the presentation, drop him a line at scottberkun.com
About Scott Berkun
Scott Berkun is the bestselling author of the books Making Things Happen and Myths of Innovation. His work as a writer and public speaker have appeared in the New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, MSNBC, CNBC, Wired Magazine and other media. He worked at Microsoft from 1994-2003, taught creative thinking at the University of Washington, ran an architecture tour of NYC for the GEL conference, is a regular contributor to Harvard Business, and runs a popular blog, at scottberkun.com.
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