Fri, 26 August 2016
This week's theme is "Innovation in the Art World."
First, Dave talks with Julia Kaganskiy, director of the New Museum’s art, technology and design incubator. They discuss how artists can also become entrepreneurs, and what resources and techniques can help them to do that.
Dave's second guest is Amy Whitaker, author of "Art Thinking," and the holder of both an MBA and an MFA degree. She explains how the creative thinking of the art world can be applied to more aspects of business than one might think.
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Category:Innovation Management -- posted at: 5:00am EDT
Fri, 19 August 2016
The theme of the week's show is reinvention.
Host Dave Robertson first welcomes Eric Villency, CEO of Villency Design Group. As the man behind projects that vary from the iconic SoulCycle bike to a Delta airport terminal, Eric talks about how he thinks about design.
In the second half of the show Dave is joined by Tommy Stadlen, Co-Founder of Polaroid Swing, who talks about how the company plans to reimagine the photograph.
Fri, 12 August 2016
How do we unleash the power of creativity? Host Dave Robertson is joined by Tim Brown, CEO and President of one of the world's top design companies, IDEO.
Brown has written a book called "Change by Design: How Design Thinking Transforms Organizations and Inspires Innovation." Hear how the approach for great design has evolved and what it takes to develop the next breakthrough idea. From reinventing the Temper-Pedic Mattress to creating the Apple mouse, hear the process that has led to the thousands of ideas that IDEO has helped create with its clients. Find out how to approach design thinking and what organizations can do to build an innovative culture.
(This episode originally aired on November 3, 2015, but was not previously released in its entirety on this podcast.)