Category Archives: entertainment

Telling Compelling Stories

This is another excerpt from 2016’s FEI conference in Boston, MA.  This one comes from William Greenwald, Founder and Chief Neuroleaderologist at Windsor Leadership Group. He began with a story. This one was about air travel. Something happens. The plane makes an odd noise, then nose dives. “What am I’m going to do?” echoed in ...

2017 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards

Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards celebrate individuals and ideas that have broken through and had an impact in business and far beyond...across a wide array of critical fields including technology, biomed, politics, education, healthcare, spirituality, religion, economics, sports, fashion, and philanthropy. These Awards explore and honor “the irrepressible power of the human spirit”.

Origin Stories of Innovation™: The Power of Creative Naiveté [Interview series]

Paul Earle shares extraordinary podcast interviews that reveal the innovative genius (trials and triumphs) behind great brands and institutions. Today, Innovation Excellence launches Season One called Origin Stories of Innovation™.

Origin Stories of Innovation™: The Power of Creative Naiveté [Interview series]

Paul Earle shares extraordinary podcast interviews that reveal the innovative genius (trials and triumphs) behind great brands and institutions. Today, Innovation Excellence launches Season One called Origin Stories of Innovation™.

The Yin And Yang Of Elon Musk

At the recent Code Conference, Elon Musk had a wide ranging interview about everything from who he thinks will compete with Tesla in self-driving cars to neural laces that will augment human intelligence and his plans for space travel. But the thing that caught my eye was his assertion that we all are  might be living in a computer ...

Serious Games & Innovation Management: Hélène Michel on Cubification™

Editor’s note: Hélène Michel is a researcher in innovative learning systems and an expert in serious games and gamification. She develops, imagines and experiments the digital tools that will be part of tomorrow’s classrooms. Innovation Excellence contributor, Nicolas Bry, shares his conversation with her. Hélène Michel is a brilliant professor at Management School of Grenoble, ...

How To Boldly (Star) Trek Into An Awesome Future

Star Trek is Probably the Most Influential Cultural Artifact of Any Currently Living Generation I wasn’t old enough to remember when, 50 years ago last week, Star Trek took to the airwaves for the very first time. Gene Roddenberry’s “Wagon Train to the Stars”, his “western, but in space”, showed his amazing knack for envisioning…