May 31, 2020

 

Episode 189: Innovation Masterclass by Fmr. Disney Innovation & Creative Exec. Duncan Wardle

Duncan Wardle is the former Head of Creativity and Innovation at Disney. His unique innovation toolkit helps embed a culture of innovation into everyone’s DNA.

In this conversation with Amy Jo Martin, Duncan shares what action to take as a first step towards innovation, as well as how to conduct an ideation session that is productive and set up for success – regardless of the size of your business.

You’ll also learn how to think differently about your relationship with time, Duncan’s take on innovation as it relates to social media and what to do in scenarios where you feel like you are being forced to come up with a new and innovative idea.

Learn more about Duncan: https://duncanwardle.com/

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