Killer Innovations with Phil McKinney
An award-winning podcast and nationally syndicated radio show that looks at the innovations that are changing our lives and how their innovators used creativity and design to take their raw idea and create game-changing products or services. Phil McKinney, retired CTO of HP and the creator, and host of Killer Innovations has been credited with forming and leading multiple teams that FastCompany and BusinessWeek list as one of the “50 Most Innovative”. His recognition includes Vanity Fair naming him the “The Innovation Guru”, MSNBC and Fox Business calling him "The Gadget Guy" and the San Jose Mercury News dubbing him the "chief seer".
Killer Innovations Podcast for Monday, May 30th 2005 Dateline: Washington D.C. Segment 1: Transforming your organization into one that is more creative - Have a good story to tell - Create your own language - Don't mistake tokens for real change - Make innovation a group activity - Expect setbacks Segment 2: Alternative industries for weak signal ideas - Computer technology & Oil - Pharmaceuticals & Telecommunciations - Oil & Pharmaceuticals - Computer technology & Pharmaceuticals - Financial services & Telecommunications - Transporation & Computer technology - Biotechnology & Financial services Segment 3 - Killer question of the week
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Incremental Innovation & the role of Sci-Fi
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The May 15th show ... show #10 .. - Interview with Brain Reactions - Killer Question of the week ...
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Here is the next show ... Visit www.killerinnovations.com for the show notes ....
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Here is the latest podcast from Killer Innovations ....
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