Voting Closed – Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012

Voting Closed - Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012VOTING IS NOW CLOSED

Innovation Excellence loves making innovation insights accessible for the greater good, because we truly believe that the better our organizations get at delivering value to their stakeholders the less waste of natural resources and human resources there will be.

As a result we are eternally grateful to all of you out there who take the time to create and share great innovation articles, presentations, white papers, and videos and to make a list of the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers available each year.

NEWSFLASH – We’ve just added two copies (2) of Sarah Miller Caldicott’s great new book Midnight Lunch to the list of prizes ($21.95 value each), along with a $3,000 ticket to the Front End of Innovation EMEA event March 4-6, 2013 in Copenhagen, Denmark to the contest portion of this initiative for one lucky voter to win.

Our lists from the two previous years have been tremendously popular:

Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2010 (download the PDF)
Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2011 (download the PDF)

Innovation Excellence is now looking for the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012.

Do you, or does someone you know, write articles about innovation?

Or do you just have someone that you like to read that writes about innovation, or some of the important adjacencies – trends, consumer psychology, change, leadership, strategy, marketing, management, collaboration, or social media (as they relate to innovation)?

Well, Innovation Excellence is looking to recognize the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers and you helped us find them with your nominations. Now it is time to vote, and help us narrow things down to a list of the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012.

People who vote for someone will be entered into the prize drawings for a range of great prizes (we’ll add more prizes here as event organizers and others offer them up), including:

  1. FREE Conference Ticket to the Front End of Innovation EMEA (March 4-6, 2013)
  2. 2 copies of the five-star book – Midnight Lunch by Sarah Miller Caldicott – $21.95 value (x2)
  3. 2 signed copies of the five-star book – Stoking Your Innovation Bonfire by Braden Kelley – priceless
  4. More prizes TBD – contact us to add your event or book to this contest

The deadline for submitting votes is December 31, 2012 at midnight GMT.

The ranking will be done by me with influence from votes and nominations. The quality and quantity of contributions to Innovation Excellence by an author will be a BIG contributing factor (through the end of the voting period), so there is still time for authors and bloggers to make their first (or your best) contribution to Innovation Excellence yet. To contribute to Innovation Excellence, simply:

  1. Join the community
  2. Click on the ‘Add Content’ option in the site’s main menu and log in with the same username and password you used to create your account

You can vote in any of these four ways (and each earns points for them, so please feel free to vote all four ways):

  1. Sending us the name of the blogger by @reply on twitter to @ixchat
  2. Adding the name of the blogger to the comments below
  3. Adding the name of the blogger as a comment to this article’s posting on Facebook
  4. Adding the name of the blogger as a comment to this article’s posting in our Linkedin Group (14,800+ members)

The official Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012 and the contest winners will then be announced on Innovation Excellence on January 1, 2013.

We’re curious to see who you think is worth reading.

Here is who received nominations (in alphabetical order):

  • Adam Hartung – @Adam_Hartung
  • Alex Osterwalder – @AlexOsterwalder
  • Andrea Meyer – @AndreaMeyer
  • Arie Goldshlager – @ArieGoldshlager
  • Bill Fischer
  • Bill Taylor – @practicallyrad
  • Braden Kelley – @innovate
  • Chuck Frey – @chuckfrey
  • David Burkus
  • Deborah Mills-Scofield – @dscofield
  • Deepak Chopra – @deepakchopra
  • Don Peppers
  • Donna Sturgess – @DonnaSturgess
  • Drew Boyd – @DrewBoyd
  • Drew Marshall – @drewcm
  • Faisal Hoque – @faisal_hoque
  • Geovanny Romero Rivera
  • Gijs van Wulfen
  • Gregg Fraley – @greggfraley
  • Greg Satell – @Digitaltonto
  • Hu Yoshida – @HuYoshida
  • Hutch Carpenter – @bhc3
  • Irving Wladawsky-Berger
  • James Gardner – @bankervision
  • Jeffrey Phillips – @ovoinnovation
  • Jerry McColgin – @jmccolgin
  • John Di Frances
  • John Kapeleris
  • Jorge Barba – @JorgeBarba
  • Jose Baldaia – @Jabaldaia
  • Jose Briones – @Brioneja
  • Julie Anixter
  • Jürgen Stäudtner
  • Kaihan – @Kaihan
  • Kevin McFarthing – @InnovationFixer
  • Kevin Riley
  • LeAnna Carey – @thehealthmaven
  • Mark Sebel
  • Mark Truelson – @MarkTruelson
  • Michael Fruhling
  • Mike Brown – @Brainzooming
  • Mike Maddock
  • Mitch Ditkoff – @MitchDitkoff
  • Nicolas Bry – @NicoBry
  • Nilofer Merchant – @nilofer
  • Patrick Meyer
  • Paul Hobcraft – @Paul4innovating
  • Paul Shread
  • Paul Sloane – @paulsloane
  • Peter Cook – @AcademyOfRock
  • Polly Labarre
  • Pramath Malik
  • Ralph Christian Ohr – @ralph_ohr
  • Ray Wong
  • Ron Shulkin – @shulkin
  • Rowan Gibson – @RowanGibson
  • Sarah Miller Caldicott – @SarahMillerCaldicott
  • Saul Kaplan – @skap5
  • Scott Anthony – @ScottDAnthony
  • Stefan Lindegaard – @lindegaard
  • Steve Blank
  • Steve Todd – @SteveTodd
  • Stuart Sinclair
  • Tim Brown – @tceb62
  • Tim Kastelle – @timkastelle
  • Wim Rampen – @wimrampen

Conference Discounts from IIR:

Editor’s Note: Conference tickets are for conference admission only and are ultimately at the discretion of the conference organizers to grant. Travel and any other expenses for attending the conference are the responsibility of the winner. All deadlines are midnight GMT on the day mentioned.


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250 Responses to Voting Closed – Top 40 Innovation Bloggers of 2012

  1. David Lewis says:

    Highly recommend Steve Todd for this list.

  2. Fred Douglis says:

    Steve Todd

  3. Carter says:

    Steve Todd

  4. Rhonda Baldwin says:

    Steve Todd

  5. Chuck Hollis says:

    A good list, to be sure. I already follow a handful of these folks, and look forward to learning about the rest.

    The one that I follow slavishly is Steve Todd. Yes, he’s a fellow employees, but I think his study of successful innovation patterns and behaviors (increasingly using analytics) is itself an innovative approach to the topic of innovation — meta-innovation?

    – Chuck

  6. Sofia T says:

    Mitch Ditkoff!!!

  7. Kathleen Moriarty says:

    Steve Todd

  8. He inspirates me to see things differently, to think differently

  9. ksh says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  10. Steve Sardella says:

    Steve Todd

  11. Gillian Bergin says:

    Steve Todd gets my vote

  12. Jeannette Thomas says:

    I vote for Steve Todd!!!

  13. wayne adams says:

    steve todd

  14. Mitch Ditkoff is innovation. His direct experience is shared almost daily blogging about innovation of ones life. Change the way you experience the world, you become innovator. He freely shares his wisdom with all of us. Thank You Mitch.

  15. Elaine Beare says:

    I nominate Steve Todd – some great articles, not only this year but also previous.

  16. Paul Hobcraft: Always a thoughtful contributor to thinking on innovation.

  17. Allen Feld says:

    Mitch Ditkoff.

  18. Braden Kelley says:

    Don’t forget that you can also register votes by:

    1. adding comments on the http://facebook.com/innovationexcellence.com post

    2. adding comments to the post on the Innovation Excellence group on Linkedin – http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=1953902&trk=myg_ugrp_ovr

    3. by sending an @reply to @ixchat

    Happy voting!

    Braden
    @innovate

  19. I am one of the many who will vote for Steve Todd and his phenomenal contribution to the passion necessary to spark Innovation.

  20. Peter Madany says:

    Steve Todd

  21. Michelle Lavoie says:

    Steve Todd has my vote!

  22. Ryan Wallner says:

    Steve Todd

  23. Lisa Hart says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  24. Bill says:

    Please include my vote for Steve Todd on this list!

  25. Bradley (Woody) Bendle says:

    Mike Brown – @brainzooming

  26. Craig Kopp says:

    Gregg Fraley gets my vote. His thoughts carry the weight of experience and fresh perspectives! Best of Both worlds!

  27. Doc says:

    Gregg Fraley

  28. Gregg Fraley is brilliant and highly recommended. His pores seep innovation!

  29. Kate says:

    Gregg Fraley’s work is brilliant!

  30. Dan Munter says:

    Mitch Ditkoff gets my vote for Blogger of the Year and Blogger of the Millennium.

  31. Stephen J. Kochan says:

    Gregg Fraley deserves it…..he’s the hardest working practitioner in the business…..and he has the credentials and experience to back it up….

  32. Urmila patel says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  33. Clinton Killingsworth says:

    Mr. Fraley has made some of the most consistent and insightful (not to mention frequent) contributions to the world of innovation and creativity in 2012. He’s also pretty a pretty funny guy & talented illustrator. Consider my vote cast for Gregg Fraley.

  34. Lynn Marquedant says:

    Steve Todd gets my vote!

  35. Diana M says:

    Faisal Hoque

  36. James Pompa says:

    Faisal Hoque – http://www.faisalhoque.com

    See his most recent Innovation article @ http://www.fastcompany.com/user/faisal-hoque

  37. Lawal Adebola Afolabi says:

    I vote Gregg Fraley. He doesn’t just write innovation, he lives it (as can be seen in his writtings and book ‘JACK’S NOTEBOOK’). He is also passionate about teaching others. I am indebted to him.

  38. Melonie says:

    Gregg is just brilliant!

  39. Diana Lena says:

    Faisal Hoque is all about innovation…

  40. Sally Willis says:

    I nominate Mitch Ditkoff.

  41. Julia says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  42. Porfirio Dias Santos says:

    I must vote for the one that leads this field in my country.
    I believe it’s the unic portuguese nomination.
    Jose Baldaia’s work on innovation in Portugal regarding the critical conditions portuguese companies are facing is meaningfull.
    U CAN.

  43. k olson says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  44. Susan Wenger says:

    I endorse Gregg Fraley.

  45. Rob Carsello says:

    Gregg Fraley gets my vote.

  46. James Wallace says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  47. Charlene Bergland says:

    I vote for Mitch Ditkoff…he has inspired me over the years in corporate environments to keep things fresh and open. I have Mitch quotes on my desk that I look at every day.

  48. PRG says:

    One for Gregg Fraley.

  49. Otto Vlach says:

    Mitch Ditkoff is really inspiring!!

  50. Liz West-Byrd says:

    MITCH DITKOFF

  51. j w burshtan says:

    gregg fraley. 1 in a million.

  52. Mitch Ditkoff – @MitchDitkoff

  53. Marcia Loft says:

    MITCH DITKOFF IS BOMB!

  54. Veronica says:

    Mitch Ditkoff!!

  55. John Glindeman says:

    Mitch Ditkoff – @MitchDitkoff

    He makes innovation accessible to the everyman.

  56. Peter Chen says:

    Steve Todd – @SteveTodd

  57. Fred Lipper says:

    Mitch Ditkoff has it goin on

  58. Yu Cao says:

    Steve Todd for sure.

  59. Karen Van Wagenen says:

    Gregg Fraley gets my vote :)

  60. Xi Chen says:

    Steve Todd

  61. Xiaoyan Guo says:

    Steve Todd, you are the best

  62. Elmer Hurlstone says:

    One (1) vote for Gregg Fraley @greggfraley

    I’m indebted to Gregg for for sending me “Jack’s Notebook” to read and review a few years ago. Initially I reviewed it on one of my blogs and recently “re-reviewed” it on a Squidoo lens: Jack’s Notebook

  63. Todd Foley says:

    Steve Todd is head and shoulders above the rest!

  64. PAUL SOLIS-COHEN says:

    Mitch Ditkoff is the real deal. This guy is truly possessed – to the point that he is a walking, flying, talking, meditating innovation manufacturing center – always telling it like it is,usually making it funny, and most often, relevant.

  65. Vivian Zhang says:

    Steve Todd

  66. Greg Blackwell says:

    Mitch Ditkoff makes me think and laugh.
    Keeps me from taking myself too seriously while creating fresh approaches to a stale situation.

  67. Lynn Kindler says:

    Mitch Ditkoff – @MitchDitkoff

  68. Sairam Iyer says:

    While I really eajoy reading and learning from others listed, I found Steve Todd’s thought leadership, vision, way of reflecting his collective wisdom very insipiring, thought provoking and very relevant.

    Thanks Steve!

  69. Sam says:

    John Kapeleris is my favourite.

  70. Scott Visser says:

    I recommend the writings of John Kapeleris, very insightful.

  71. Sean Smith says:

    John Kapeleris

  72. Edith plompen says:

    Gijs van wulfen

  73. My vote goes to Mitch Ditkoff – @MitchDitkoff, though I have not read all the innovators on this list, I’ve found insights from Ditkoff to be helpful, penetrating and thought-provoking–all of which I’m after in subscribing to InnovationExcellence.com.

  74. I highly recommend @geovanny_romero. Great source of inspiration #strategy #innovation

  75. Helen Meads says:

    Gregg Fraley not only blogs it, he works it.

  76. shareef bassiouny says:

    Steve Todd

  77. Newson Fonseca says:

    Mitch Ditkoff gets my vote!

  78. Randall Rozin says:

    Voting for Mike Brown – Brainzooming blog

  79. Voting for Mike Brown – Brainzooming blog

  80. Daniela Lopez says:

    Definitely: Geovanny Romero Rivera !

  81. Carla says:

    I recommend Gregg Fraley!!

  82. I always start my day with something interesting from the “Mike Brown – @Brainzooming” blog.

  83. meredith says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  84. Ruth Glendinning (@GuRuth) says:

    I vote for Gregg Fraley who has a holistic message of innovation that addresses the complexity of each opportunity presented.

  85. Barbara Siegel says:

    I start my day with Mitch Ditkoff’s message….and often share his postings with my staff.

  86. I start every day with the Mike Brown – Brainzooming blog … so there’s my vote.

  87. Jorge Castro says:

    My vote is for Braden Kelley

  88. Mike Brown: Brainzooming blog

  89. Larry says:

    Drew Boyd regularly provides thought provoking case study examples using systematic inventive thinking (SIT) as innovation tools.

  90. Denny Snyder says:

    Voting for Mitch Ditkoff, the king of innovation!

  91. Alma Riska says:

    Steve Todd

  92. Sean Thulin says:

    Steve Todd has my vote!

  93. Make that the one and only Mitch Ditkoff!!!!!

  94. Bernard Brown says:

    Mike Brown @ brainzooming

  95. Phyllis Brown says:

    Mike Brown Brainzooming

  96. Arllen Walters says:

    Mike Brown Brainzooming

  97. Bob Schmidt says:

    MIke Brown Brainzooming

  98. Voting for Mike Brown – Brainzooming blog

  99. Joe Belinsky says:

    Mitch Ditkoff and Braden Kelley

  100. Jon Bidwell says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  101. Cristian Zamora says:

    I cast my vote for Geovanny Romero and Steve Todd

  102. bogdan nazarko says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  103. Jon Lloyd says:

    I am voting for Mitch Ditkoff because he constantly presents insightful ideas,quotes,quips,anecdotes,little-known facts,biographies,revelations and epiphanies regarding creativity and innovation in his written words on his innovation blog site (he’s also a much sought-after speaker)which sparks, lights on fire, and launches into the stratosphere and beyond anyone who is in the least interested in, connected to, channeling, and aspiring toward innovation and creativity in any field of human endeavour.

  104. Devin Cobb says:

    Donna Sturgess

  105. Cindy Williams says:

    Faisal Hoque gets my vote – check out his twitter following of +80,000 and recent posts on FastCompany http://www.fastcompany.com/user/faisal-hoque. He’s been writing about innovation for the last decade, including 6 books.

  106. Don Jennings says:

    Hu Yoshida gets my vote!

  107. Kymberley Vickery says:

    John Kapeleris has a credable track record that is reflected in his very useful and comtemporary Blog – its the only one I read regularly.

  108. Caroline Pakel says:

    Gregg Fraley, the best teacher when it comes to creativity and innovation

  109. Sophie Kapeleris says:

    John Kapeleris gets my vote

  110. Braden, this is a good initiative, but you need to rethink the approach as it is flawed. This is less about who contributes with strong content on a regular basis and more about who puts the most effort into activating their social media networks. I have chosen not to do this as I believe the people in my network have more important things to do. Perhaps you can come up with a better approach next year? I am not fully sure what it should be, but I am sure we can ask the community for good input :-) Stefan

    • Braden Kelley says:

      Stefan, above it states that I do the ranking and that a BIG factor is the quality and quantity of contributions to Innovation Excellence. It is not purely a social media voting exercise, but votes do show a certain element of an author’s popularity.

      Braden
      @innovate

      • Stefan Lindegaard says:

        So it is either your preferences or the social media exercise? :-) Well, I am actually only half-joking here. Don’t get me wrong – you know I like what you do. I just think that you have a great initiative that you can use for so many other things (the big vision could be the Oscars of innovation for many different categories) but for this to happen you need to improve the voting concept. Just food for thought…

  111. Franis Engel says:

    My vote is for Gregg Fraley – @greggfraley

  112. ABRENOZES says:

    Jose Baldaia

  113. Greg Satell says:

    I vote for Stefan Lindegaard, not least of all for his comment above!

  114. Chris Gaudlip says:

    Steve Todd

  115. patricia barrett says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  116. Matt Mortellaro says:

    Let’s vote for Bill Fischer – One of the authors of The Idea Hunter!

  117. Let’s vote for Bill Fischer! One of the guy’s behind The Idea Hunter.

  118. Emma Duncan says:

    Bill Fischer

  119. Alan Davis says:

    Voting for Mike Brown – Brainzooming blog

  120. randy bowden says:

    Mike Brown – @Brainzooming

  121. Magued Mahmoud says:

    My vote is for Steve Todd

  122. Kelly Scanlon says:

    Mike Brown

  123. Michael Spink says:

    Jeffrey Phillips

  124. David Dahl says:

    John Kapeleris is no1

  125. Ros Vercoe says:

    John Kapeleris

  126. Christine Ryan says:

    John Kapeleris

  127. Tony Krimmer says:

    I would like to nominate John Kapeleris and Tim Kastelle – their Blogs are outstandingly Brilliant

  128. Thomas Jonathan says:

    Lea Carey – the Health Maven!

  129. Steve Moorhouse says:

    My vote goes with Tim Kastele

  130. Katy Carey says:

    LeAnna Carey – @thehealthmaven

  131. Aaron Skogsberg says:

    My vote is for Steve Todd

  132. Wu, Yang says:

    Steve Todd

  133. Sheldon says:

    Stephen Todd

  134. Greg Mullins says:

    I vote for John Kapeleris

  135. Amanda Sillman says:

    My vote goes with John Kapeleris

  136. robert Geddes says:

    John Kapeleris is the oNlogger to watch…

  137. Sonal says:

    Steve Todd

  138. Chaithra says:

    Steve Todd

  139. Sunny Harry says:

    Steve Todd

  140. Aurelie says:

    Bill Fischer

  141. Artem Zarafyants says:

    Steve Todd

  142. Darren O'Keeffe says:

    Steve Todd

  143. I share in Stefan’s comments and Greg’s supporting comment. I’ve seen appeals to individuals communities to vote, why?

    I’ve read some amazing innovation thinking during this year, I’ve enjoyed many of the ‘snappy’ solutions as well. There is a healthy community and the winners, in the end are the ones that ‘invest’ in reading and returning.

    The nominations offered so far are for me top in what they contributed, be it one or many articles. An outright winner, surely not necessary and it does, to quote from the film, Casablanca: “round up the usual suspects”

    Keep the community vibrant Braden and ALL involved are the real winners.

  144. Rick says:

    Mike Brown @Brainzooming

  145. Jason says:

    Mike Brown – @Brainzooming – is so dedicated with his great blog that regularly inspires and offers great insight.

  146. Luis Charles says:

    @HuYoshida all the way – great leader and excellent blogger

  147. Tonya says:

    Voting for Mike Brown – Brainzooming blog

  148. Kendra Von Achen says:

    I vote for Mike Brown – @Brainzooming

  149. Arthur Kapeleris says:

    I vote for John Kapeleris.

  150. Flavia says:

    I vote for Maria Paula Oliveira!

  151. Flavia says:

    I vote for Maria Paula Oliveira.

  152. Gijs van Wulfen and Gregg Fraley

  153. Marsha says:

    I cast my vote for LeAnna Carey – @thehealthmaven

  154. NotionPath says:

    David McKnight @djmcknight

  155. Mike says:

    Mitch Ditkoff – the BEST! :-)

  156. Susan says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  157. Mitch Ditkoff.
    Mitch’s blog is funny & insightful. He always manages to inspire, surprise & keep me returning for more.

  158. Phil Van Kirk says:

    Mitch Ditkoff is getting my vote. He’s insightful funny, inspiring and has a fresh perspective.

  159. Laurie Schwartz says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  160. Gil Vinokoor says:

    Steve Todd from EMC writes a great innovation blog (Innovation Playground).

  161. marwa says:

    Steve Todd

  162. Mahmoud Mito says:

    Steve Todd

  163. Beciabe says:

    Hu Yoshida

  164. Doug says:

    Why, Mitch Ditkoff of course!

  165. Hilda says:

    I vote for Geovanny Romero Rivera

  166. Rick Chambers says:

    @ixchat I vote for Mike Brown @Brainzooming for Top #Innovation Blogger Tweet

  167. Daniel Mendonça says:

    My vote: Maria Paula Oliveira

  168. Jesse Hats says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  169. Jesse Ditkoff says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  170. James Nugent says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  171. robert esformes says:

    My vote is for Mitch Ditkoff.

  172. Glenna Dumey says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

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  174. Jule Kowarsky says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  175. Gloria Robbins says:

    Mitch Ditkoff really gets me going!

  176. Jeff Freeman says:

    Mitch Ditkoff!

    Have collaborated with Mitch on many projects undertaken with mutual / shared clients. He’s at his absolute best when confronted with room full of stony-faced, “I’m here because my boss sent me” types — breaks down the barriers to resistance, gets all the reluctants focussed on how they can make their organizations and themselves innovate and change for the better.

  177. bsalmansohn@bellsouth.net says:

    Mitch Ditkoff is #1, have known Mitch for years, has never waived for his one-pointed approach in life to INNOVATION and inspiration

  178. Stevie Ray says:

    MItch Ditkoff rocks innovation!

  179. Rita Rubin-long says:

    I vote for Mitch Ditkoff!

  180. Shannon Scott says:

    Julie Anixter is wonderful! Love reading her contributions!

  181. Susan Hubly says:

    Mitch Ditkoff is fantastic.

  182. Roslyn Schneider says:

    LeAnna Carey is terrific!

  183. Maryjane Fahey says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  184. July Gomez says:

    •Geovanny Romero Rivera

  185. margaretmary says:

    Mitch Ditkoff is one amazing guy. Creative, joyful, deep-hearted and definitely innovative– an idea champion.

  186. rolan Pizer says:

    Mitch never ceases to amaze me with his fabulous advice always presented consistently in the most interesting and compelling way.

  187. rolan Pizer says:

    Mitch Ditkoff delivers consistently fresh and compelling content in a humourous, interesting and compelling way.

  188. Claudia Hirsch says:

    I would like to nominate Mitch Ditcoff. Incredibly creative!!!

  189. Mitch Ditkoff Prema Kaye says:

    Creative, smart and a breezy, humorous approach

  190. Mitch Ditkoff Prema Kaye says:

    Mitch is creative, smart, and has a breezy, humorous approach

  191. Prema Kaye says:

    Mitch Ditkoff is cretive, smart and has a breezy, humorous approach

  192. Minkus says:

    steve todd

  193. Michael Kurtz says:

    Steve Todd is awesome and gets my vote every day of the year!!!

  194. Anna-Sophia Wilson says:

    Steve Todd

  195. Dana DelColle says:

    Steve Todd!

  196. Corinne Massa says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  197. Teddy Kinneen says:

    Steve Todd!

  198. arvind says:

    Julie Anixter!

  199. Sandy Graham says:

    Steve Todd – incredibly intelligent and communicates so well that even us non-techs get it.

  200. stuart hoffman says:

    Mitch Ditkoff gets my vote.
    Thank You

  201. stuart hoffman says:

    Mitch Ditkoff gets my vote

  202. Audrey zawes says:

    Julie Anixter

  203. Tbreda says:

    Jose Baldaia – @Jabaldaia

  204. Becky Todd says:

    STEVE TODD!

  205. Kathleen Reilly says:

    Mitch Ditkoff

  206. Vivekanand says:

    Recommend Hu Yoshida for his neutral analysis and recommendations

  207. Harikesh says:

    Hu Yoshida

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  209. Nipurn says:

    Its going to be Hu Yoshida only…

  210. Bob Duffy says:

    Mike Brown (@brainzooming)

  211. Nuri Yılmaz says:

    @goyucel for his endless efforts to promote innovation in digital diplomacy and education in Turkey

  212. Nuri Yılmaz says:

    The best blog out there for inventor education is the United Inventors Association Daily inventor blog

  213. Braden…Very tough to pick a single individual! I think Paul Hobcraft consistently writes top-quality innovation posts.

  214. Akash says:

    Hu Yoshida

  215. Adding myself. I think I received a couple of nominations via @ixchat

  216. Sumeet says:

    Hu Yoshida

  217. Sanjay says:

    Hu Yoshida

  218. Keith Drummond says:

    Steve Todd

  219. Deborah Mills Scofield

  220. Sandi Lafferty says:

    Voting for Mike Brown – Brainzooming

  221. Bruce Rabe says:

    Steve Todd

  222. John Alvan says:

    LeAnna Carey @healthmaven is great!

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Innovation Authors - Braden Kelley, Julie Anixter and Rowan Gibson

Your hosts, Braden Kelley, Julie Anixter and Rowan Gibson, are innovation writers, speakers and strategic advisors to many of the world’s leading companies.

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