by Brant Cooper | Apr 8, 2021 | Blog post
Do companies know how to innovate? Should innovation be part of an individual’s job title? Should it be in a job description? Does a company even need to innovate? Most big companies think technology when thinking about innovation, regardless of whether or not they’re technology companies. Startups are often considered to be de facto innovators, but is that the case?
by Kavita | Jul 20, 2020 | Leadership, Podcasts
Brad D. Smith, Executive Chairman of the Board of Intuit, shares his lessons in leadership and the role of a CEO in nurturing innovation. He talks about developing a Founder’s mindset, the importance of creating a learning environment where people treat success and failure the same way, and how to deliver the numbers today and reimagine the company for the future.
by Brant Cooper | Nov 14, 2019 | Digital Transformation, Leadership, Podcasts
Learn how Roche Diabetes Care used Agile, Lean Startup and Design Thinking to reinvent themselves to better address disruptive forces in Diabetes Care. Moritz Hartmann, head of the commercialization for EMEA/LATAM shares his leadership lessons learned throughout this journey driving transformation in the highly regulated medical devices industry.
by Kavita | Aug 20, 2019 | Leadership
In this episode, we link up with Noel Sobelman, a corporate advisor, researcher, and writer on innovation effectiveness, to discuss portfolio management and what enterprises and leadership can do right now to improve product portfolios by creating a balance of both near-term and long-term investment in new sources of growth.
by Brant Cooper | Jul 5, 2017 | NotCirculated
In this episode, MTN Co-Founder Aaron Eden is interviewed by James Carbary of Sweet Fish Media on their B2B Growth podcast.
by Brant Cooper | Jan 24, 2017 | NotCirculated
When trying to transform organizations to become more innovative, it’s easy to forget about the interpersonal side and get caught up in the process.
In today’s episode we dive into just that: how can you better understand your colleagues’ preferred styles of communication and leadership, so you can work together in a way that they’ll be most receptive.