IN Studio Shows
- Amy Whitaker
Author, Art Thinking
August 23, 2016 — What can businesses learn from the arts? Amy Whitaker explains "art thinking."
- Tommy Stadlen
Co-Founder, Polaroid Swing
August 16, 2016 — Tommy Stadlen on Polaroid's reinvention for the social media age.
- Doug Collins
July 19, 2016 — How do you engage customers and employees for new ideas? Doug Collins talks crowdsourcing.
- David Bayles and Ted Orland
Co-Authors, Art & Fear: Observations on the Perils (and Rewards) of Artmaking
July 12, 2016 — Bayles and Orland talk art, innovation, and the creative process.
- Julia Kaganskiy
Director, NEW INC
August 23, 2016 — Can artists thrive in a startup-style incubator? Julia Kaganskiy discusses her experience as director of NEW INC.
- Eric Villency
CEO, Villency Design Group
August 16, 2016 — Eric Villency tells the story of the Soul Cycle bike and his other innovative designs.
What’s Innovation Navigation?
Innovation Navigation (IN) offers live, unscripted access to world-renowned thought leaders, executives, and faculty. Broadcasting weekly from The Wharton School’s Ivy League campus via Sirius XM’s trailblazing Wharton Business Radio channel, the program delivers invaluable advice for executives or managers who want to boost their organization’s ability to innovate. Read more »
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Host David Robertson
David Robertson has been a student, teacher, and practitioner of the art of innovation for his entire career. In his quest to understand innovation, Dave is bringing together brilliant minds from industry, academia, and consulting to share their knowledge and experience. Read more »
BLOG: How do the World’s Biggest Companies Deal with the Startup Revolution?
Posted: April 5, 2016
By Arnaud Bonzam and Serguei Netessine Feburary 2016 report on the relationship between startups and established businesses. Read the…read more »
BOOK: The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future
by: Kevin Kelly Much of what will happen in the next thirty years is inevitable, driven by technological trends that…read more »