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Dee McCrorey, Chief Risk Guru of Risktaking for Success LLC knows that innovation takes more than talk. During the Coach for Innovation show, Dee and her guests - industry experts, innovation catalysts, niche coaches, and social innovators - share insider tips, tools, and practical techniques for leveling the innovation playing field.
 
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Robert Brands, Innovation Coach and author of Robert's Rules of Innovation (Wiley, March 2010) http://www.robertsrulesofinnovation.com/ joins Dee McCrorey for a "down from the rafters" discussion on sustainable innovation. Robert will share ten critical rules that corporate leaders and business professionals must apply now if they expect to fast tr…
 
One thing this Great Recession has triggered besides the loss of jobs is the beginning of new partnerships and creative collaborations. Alan Korn, http://www.alankorn.com/ a Berkeley, California-based attorney specializing in art, entertainment, intellectual property and business law, joins Dee McCrorey for a candid discussion on copyright essentia…
 
Guest Dawn Rivers Baker, microbusiness trend spotter, researcher, publisher and editor of the MicroEnterprise Journal joins Dee McCrorey for a discussion on how the Great Recession is changing the landscape for existing and new microbusiness owners. With more than 6.3m U.S. workers out of work for 27 weeks or longer many are deciding to join the ra…
 
Losing your job, and unemployment, are among life's most traumatic events. With the average time for finding a new job in the U.S. approaching 25.1 weeks, people are definitely feeling the stress. But did you know that how you react to the loss of a job will make or break your search for new employment? Dr. Lynn Joseph, considered an expert in the …
 
Innovation is essential to business and workplace success, but despite its importance, persistent shortcomings exist in creating it. Today's economic meltdown has raised the bar for organizations--create more innovation at a faster clip. Join me and social anthropologist, Mike Alvarado, President of Going Evergreen, as we walk you through five acti…
 
Social media and Web 2.0 technologies continue to extend the reach of organizations in building powerful online networks. But social systems are organic, not mechanistic, composed of vibrant, constantly evolving, self-regulating networks--the human DNA that holds it all together. Charles Kalev Ehin, PhD Emeritus Professor of Management at The Gore …
 
Creating a healthy entrepreneurial ecosystem begins with disciplined and courageous leaders capable of looking beyond their organization’s status quo to one that will differentiate their company for decades to come. Join Dee and her guest Rev. Dr. Lorraine Cohen, CEO and founder of Powerfull Living; an organization dedicated to business development…
 
We continue our 7-part series on The Evolving Enterprise with guest Wendy Beecham, CEO of the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs and Executives. Since joining the organization in 2007, Wendy has transformed FWE&E by applying similar strategies gleaned from her 25 years of corporate experience in a variety of leadership roles including senior vice presid…
 
How do you discover the unique attributes of your company in order to make a real difference at work and in the world? Kate Roberts, principal of The Wired Woman (www.thewiredwoman) and former partnership strategist for Cisco Systems, joins us for the first in a series on The Evolving Enterprise. Kate will share practical ways that companies and in…
 
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