Linda Hill Collective Genius – The Art and Practice of Leading Innovation Meet & Greet Last Week
According to a 1999 Philly Mag article her favorite places:
because of its activity and long-standing tradition — it’s a combination
of architecture and people. Outdoors, Forbidden Drive in Wissahickon.
Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/articles/pulse-five-questions-for-janice-woodcock/#H8LovXKxOtEevySa.99
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Philadelphia (ABC)
strengthens our creative sector, including arts, culture and for-profit
creative businesses, by engaging the business, legal & technology
communities, providing capacity-building services, and serving as a
thought leader and a convener. ABC, with the support of the Greater
Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce, is uniquely positioned to actively
connect the creative sector with the business, legal and technology
Tim Brown, President and CEO, IDEO— on The Collective Genius book.
“The leadership of innovative teams and organizations is perhaps the most confounding mystery in business today . . . Collective Genius
reveals the principles by which we can unlock the collective potential
of our colleagues and release the creative potential of our
The last event was with Peter Thiel, co founder of Paypal and first investor with Facebook. These seminars are really inspirational, especially for entrepreneurs and folks on a career path.
Co-authors on the book are pretty impressive to boot:
Greg Brandeau, long-time head of technology at Pixar Animation Studios, is a former EVP and CTO for The Walt Disney Studios.
Emily Truelove is a researcher and PhD candidate at the MIT Sloan School of Management.
has spent more than twenty-five years as a manager and executive and,
before that, several years as a consultant and a creator of management
development programs. He has collaborated on several books, including Being the Boss.