Robert Safian

Founder, The Flux Group,
Former Editor-in-Chief/Managing Editor
of Fast Company, Money, Time, Fortune


Nancy Giordano

Strategic Futurist and
Founder, PlayBig

Vivek Wadhwa

Former CEO, Bestselling Author,
Professor, and Disruptive Futurist

Joel Cohen

Emmy-winning Writer & Producer
of The Simpsons

Jamie Mustard

Communications Futurist,
Author, The Iconist: The Art and
Science of Standing Out

Joey Harrington

Former NFL Quarterback

Michelle Lee

Former Google Executive and
Former Director of the US Patent & Trademark Office

Jeff Leitner

Social Innovation Pioneer and
High-Stakes Strategist

Taryn Stejskal

Nike’s Head of
Global Leadership Development 

Deborah Perry Piscione

Bestselling Author
and Innovation Authority

Tarun Wadhwa

Carnegie Mellon Academic, Author,
Futurist, and Strategic Disruptor

Preparing Your Internal Culture for AI

The Importance Of AI Readiness by Nancy Giordano Few things have dominated business mindshare as significantly as the topics of culture and AI. One has become an informal barometer of how happy and engaged employees are, while the other promises to change nearly everything we know about operating a business. How companies handle the intersection […]

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Curing Cancer…and Helping Others

By Vivek Wadhwa My friends have been asking why my writing has ceased. Frankly, with the devastating loss of my wife, I no longer have the motivation or ability to write. It has been very difficult adjusting to life without my soulmate; you never realize how much your partner means to you until you lose […]

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Becoming Iconic: “The Red Rubber Ball Guy”

by Jamie Mustard, excerpted from his new book THE ICONIST: The Art and Science of Standing Out. Here is a beautiful example of someone rose from humble circumstances to become known for Block concepts that have become more recognizable than their names. Kevin Carroll was abandoned by his parents at six years old as a […]

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Toy Blocks Are The Key To Standing Out

by Jamie Mustard (from The Iconist: The Art and Science of Standing Out) Whether we had a good childhood or a bad childhood, most of us would agree that there was a kind of simplicity to our existence back then. As we get older, life seems to get more and more complicated. Taxes, jobs, girlfriends, […]

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