The pressure to generate big ideas can be overwhelming. We know that big ideas are critical in these fast-paced, ever-changing times. But when it comes to breakthrough ideas, we often freeze up. Instead of shooting for a Nobel Prize or a $10 billion IPO, the most brilliant innovators focus on Big Little Breakthroughs — small creative acts that unlock brilliant rewards over time. By building a habit of daily creativity, organizations can enjoy a high volume of small wins, in addition to long term, sustainable success.
Josh Linkner – who started his career as a jazz guitarist – has been the founder and CEO of five tech companies, which sold for a combined value of over $200 million. He is also a deeply experienced business leader, venture capitalist, top-rated keynote speaker, and author of four books, the New York Times bestsellers: Disciplined Dreaming and The Road to Reinvention, as well as his latest book, Hacking Innovation. And yes, he still plays a mean jazz guitar. For more, visit JoshLinkner.com.