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  • Blog Post: Leading without Frontiers - Lecture at the Art Center College of Design Pasadena

    Lecture on Creativity, Innovation & Leadership. Delivered at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena on 27th May 2014, Roy Sharples Copyright @ 2014. Lecture/speaker transcript + credits located within slides.
  • Blog Post: Leading without Frontiers

    Technology has become ubiquitous and central to growth and innovation in today’s economy, through economic, social and political factors. Impacting consumers, citizens, and organizations. It is embedded in a vast array of services and devices, and has become industrialized, accessible and affordable...
  • Blog Post: Education Reversed - Lecture at Carnegie Mellon University School of Design

    Lecture on Creativity, Innovation & Leadership delivered at Carnegie Mellon University School of Design by Roy Sharples @ 2014. Lecture/speaker transcript located within the slides.
  • Blog Post: The Rejection of Convention - Lecture at University of Washington Design Summit

    Provocative Actions Change Minds - Lecture by Roy S. Sharples at the University of Washington Design Summit Innovation often lionizes outsiders and maverick designers who successfully disrupt the world around them. Thinking like a designer can transform the way you develop products, services, processes...
  • Blog Post: Turning Chaos into Cash

    This is Turning Chaos into Cash . It provides actionable insights and an approach for how to better industrialize the creation of wealth through creative business practice coupled with the organizational capability and capacity to execute, encompassing: Innovation changes everything. Five...
  • Blog Post: Provocative Actions Change Minds - Lecture at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

    Provocative actions change minds - Lecture delivered by Roy S. Sharples at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) summit on February 2013. Abstract Innovation often lionizes outsiders and maverick designers who successfully disrupt the world around them. Thinking like a designer can transform...
  • Blog Post: True Stories

    TRUE STORIES Microsoft Thought Leadership Series, February 2013, "Social technology is an expected utility; Social business is a way of life" Co-authored article by Roy Sharples, Fred Warren http://www.microsoft.com/enterprise/it-trends/social-enterprise/articles/Social-Technology-is-an-Expected-Utility...
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