Innovation, when done right, can deliver all of these benefits. And Stephen Shapiro can help you get there. With over 20 years of innovation experience, he previously established and led a 20,000 person innovation practice at Accenture. He is the author of five books on innovation and has spoken to over a half million people in 40 countries. He has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Fortune, Investor's Business Day, Inc Magazine, Entrepreneur Magazine, and Newsweek. He has also appeared on CNBC, ABC News, and CBS Interactive's BNET. You can read his articles every week on the American Express OPEN Forum.
Making Innovation Cultures A Reality
Stephen Shapiro is one of the foremost authorities on innovation culture, collaboration, and open innovation.
During the past twenty years, his message to hundreds of thousands of people in forty countries around the world has focused on how to enable innovation by bringing together divergent points of view in an efficient manner.
Over the years, Stephen Shapiro has shared his innovative philosophy in books such as 24/7 Innovation and The Little Book of BIG Innovation Ideas. He has also trained more than 20,000 consultants in innovation during his 15 year tenure with Accenture. His Personality Poker card game that has been used by more than 50,000 people around the world to create high-performing innovation teams, and the book was selected as one of the best books on innovation by 800-CEO-READ.
His latest book, Best Practices Are Stupid: 40 Ways to Out Innovate the Competition (Portfolio Penguin), has been featured on ABC News, CBS Interactive’s BNET, Southwest Airline’s Spirit Magazine, Investor’s Business Daily, and more.
1) Innovate the Way You Innovate: Instilling a Pervasive Culture of Innovation
2) Innovation Personality Poker: Creating High Performing Innovation Teams
3) The Performance Paradox: Increasing Human Performance
4) SpeedIdeating: Breakthrough Thinking at Breakneck Speeds
5) Process Innovation: Rethinking How You Do What You Do