Join host Ian Bergman in a captivating conversation with Jeffrey Diwakar, a seasoned innovator and leader in the corporate world, as they delve into the realms of corporate innovation, technology, and the future of the industry.
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"Try your best to drop ego early and be ready to have all of your preconceived notions and all of your ideas questioned constantly and be willing to listen to the questions to find which ones are worth keeping and worth throwing away." - Carolyn O'Hare
E.09 - Jesper Frederiksen: Window To Innovation
"Follow your gut feelings and your intuition. Have a piece of passion and curiosity. With that I think you can drive tremendous results and very satisfying results both for yourself as well as for the companies, the clients, the customers, and the colleagues that you work with." - Jesper Frederiksen
E.08 - Alan Boehme: Next Stop, Space!
"You want to keep them motivated, you want to keep them moving forward, but at the same time you want to make sure that they understand that there are lessons to be learned and they should listen. People get too close to what they're passionate about and sometimes ignore all the facts." - Alan Boehme
E.07 - Cindy Alvarez: Discovering Customers
"When you have intellectual work, you're not always going to have good intellectual days. Sitting there and trying to make it happen is just burning out something that we don't have an endless capacity for. If you're not doing great work today, forget it, go for a walk." - Cindy Alvarez
E.01 - Mike Dolbec: Venture Industrialist
"You can't believe everything you read, see, or hear at first glance. Just because we're pattern-matching animals doesn't mean that your conclusion is accurate. It just means you matched some pattern. That pattern may or may not be useful at all." - Mike Dolbec