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Episode 44 - Mark Payne, "How to Kill a Unicorn"

This week we have Dave's full, extended interview with Mark Payne, President and Founder of Fahrenheit212 and author of "How to Kill a Unicorn: How the World's Hottest Innovation Factory Builds Bold Ideas that Make It to Market." Mark talks about how his firm has helped innovators from big organizations to startups transform the odds of success.

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8/18/15 - Keeping it Simple; Pinnacle Vodka (Dan Ward, Marguerite Allolding, Jason Dolenga)

Host Dave Robertson first speaks with Dan Ward, Author of "The Simplicity Cycle: A Field Guide To Making Things Better Without Making Them Worse," who explains how we can find the balance between simplicity and complexity.

In the second half, his guests are Marguerite Allolding, Brand Innovation Director at Beam Suntory, and Jason Dolenga, Senior Brand Director of Vodka at Beam Suntory. They take Dave behind the scenes into the Making of Pinnacle Vodka, which is experimenting with flavors like cookie dough, red licorice and even Cinnabon.


8/11/15 - Organizing for Innovation (Mark Payne & Rich Karlgaard)

Host Dave Robertson first welcomes Mark Payne, President and Founder of Fahrenheit212 and author of "How to Kill a Unicorn: How the World's Hottest Innovation Factory Builds Bold Ideas that Make It to Market." Mark talks about how his firm has helped innovators from big organizations to startups transform the odds of success.

Dave's second guest is Rich Karlgaard, Publisher of Forbes Magazine and Co-author of "Team Genius: The Science of High Performing Organizations," who talks about team building.


Host Dave Robertson first explores how to re-imagine retail with Rachel Shechtman, Founder of STORY. STORY is a NYC boutique with a shopping experience that has captured the attention of numerous Fortune 500 executives. From merchandise to store design to theme, this shop completely reinvents itself every few weeks. What's behind this creative process?

In the second half of the show, the focus switches to the health care industry. Dave talks to Mohan Giridharadas, CEO and Founder of LeanTaas Inc., who talks about how analytics and data can be used to improve the operations of a business and transform the health care space.


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