Welcome to episode #854 of Six Pixels of Separation – The ThinkersOne Podcast.
Here it is: Six Pixels of Separation – The ThinkersOne Podcast – Episode #854. As a dynamic and engaging speaker, Jeremy Utley translates his research into the history of invention and discovery into transformative learning experiences. He co-leads the d.school’s Executive Education programs, and co-teaches two celebrated courses at Stanford, Leading Disruptive Innovation and LaunchPad, which focus on creating real-world impact with the tools of design and innovation. One of the most prodigious collaborators at the d.school, Jeremy has taught alongside the likes of Lecrae, Dan Ariely, Laszlo Bock, and Greg McKeown. He has a new book out called, Idealflow – The Only Business Metric That Matters (along with co-author Perry Klebahn). In Ideaflow, they focus on offering their proven strategy for coming up with great ideas by yourself or with your team, and quickly determining which are worthy. Creativity is everyone’s business… and this book proves it. Enjoy the conversation…
- Running time: 58:22.
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- This week’s music: David Usher ‘St. Lawrence River’.
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You know it’s a good interview when you keep hitting rewind to hear the last sentence again. Many quotes have been collected from this one. Thanks for another great interview Mitch!
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