John Kao, known internationally as "Mr. Creativity," is world famous for his practical and pragmatic approach to "getting innovation done." He is also a first class musician. Using a piano to illustrate how jazz is a guiding metaphor for business, Kao often "jams" on stage in order to share the keys to innovation that he taught at Harvard. Using his “innovation manifesto” as a framework, he will describe how innovation is about generating new ideas and energizing those ideas with resources – human resources, financial resources, knowledge resources, infrastructure resources – in order to create value.
John Kao is an authority on the intersecting subjects of corporate innovation and transformation, digital media, design strategy, and the future of business. Dubbed a "serial innovator" by The Economist, he has made a career out of helping organizations go from getting the importance of innovation to getting innovation done. Currently John serves as chair of the Institute for Large Scale Innovation and is past chair of the Global Advisory Council on Innovation of the World Economic Forum. He is the author of Jamming: The Art and Discipline of Business Creativity, and Innovation Nation: How America Is Losing Its Innovation Edge, Why It Matters and How We Can Get It Back.
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