Too Busy To Innovate?
Three sources to take you further, starting right where you are.
We get it. You’re busy. You have a (big) job to do. All this innovation stuff sounds great—but who has the time?
We’ve put together a list of three podcasts that will change the way you think, get your innovation juices flowing and help you unleash the creator within.
The best part? You can do it right where you sit.
Number One: HBR Ideacast
Even if you are a total podast newby, the HBR Ideacast is absolutely essential listening for big thinkers. Past guests include Eric Schmidt from Google, Harvard professors,
Some of our highlights and gold for innovative thinking include Closing the Strategy-Execution Gap, Applying Design Thinking to your business, Are Robots Really Coming For Our Jobs and Be a Super Boss..
Number Two: KillerInnovations
Hosted by Phil McKinney former CTO of Hewlett Packard the show brings together leading innovators to talk about creativity, design and innovation and how the listeners can take what they’ve done and apply it. It’s been running since 2005—longer than Itunes has been around and features really practical advice on bringing innovation to your company. (Note from us—the intro is a bit cringey but the content is solid)
Number Three: No Such Thing as a Fish
When you need a break from all that strategy yet still want to exercise your grey matter, No Such Thing as a Fish has you sorted. This podcast was recommended to us by client and favourite of NA, Mel Forge and we are addicted.
Hosted by the research team behind QI, the show is a glorious combination of ‘oh my god I always wondered about that’ facts and information really only needed for a game of Trivial Pursuit. It’s often hilarious, extremely clever and has us squealing with geekish delight every week when the new update is released.
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