Author Archives: Lou Killeffer

2014 Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards!

Lou Killeffer takes us inside NYU’s Skirball Center for Performing Arts for the Disruptor Foundation’s 5th Annual Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards (TDIA). The Foundation promotes and applauds disruptive innovation beyond the borders of industry into meaningful social arenas. And their awards showcase those “whose ideas have broken the mold to create significant impact”.

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Maximizing Millennials

Acknowledging Millennials’ emerging impact on society, with attitudes disrupting both the market and the workplace, more and more companies are looking for answers. Fahrenheit 212 asks: What will these future leaders of the business community look like? How will their digital expertise and collaborative sensibility shape corporate and consumer culture? And how should we address their energy, optimism and unique work style in mentoring them to leadership roles?

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Innovating College Education

Interview: Steve Spinelli spans business, entrepreneurship, global management, and now higher education. President at PhilaU, he's pioneered a new model for professional education with an innovative curriculum based on transdisciplinary, real world learning infused with liberal arts.

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Vivek Kundra at WIF NY 2013

Quick! Excluding the President, who’s the single most impressive, visionary, leader in either the first or second Obama administration? Give up? Well, I just saw him speak at the World Innovation Forum 2013 in Manhattan. He’s the former and first ever Chief Information Officer of the United States, Vivek Kundra...

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Red Thread Thinking with Debra Kaye

Debra Kaye is an innovation and trends expert specializing in culture strategy and innovation for consumer brands. As such, she’s has helped define new areas of opportunity for a wide range of multi-nationals, including Colgate, Mars, McDonald’s, American Express, Johnson & Johnson, L’Oreal, and Groupe Danone. Debra holds very strong opinions about what does and doesn’t work in innovation based on her years of experience around the world. For starters...

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