is a world-renowned professor at the Harvard Business School.
His work on innovation has been at the forefront of how business, health, and educational organizations have built their competitive strategies for two decades.
In 2010, the Harvard MBA class of the year invited him to speak at their graduation.
It was in the aftermath of the great recession, and the relative certainty about how to live and work that the students had walked into school with was being challenged by the uncertainty of the world climate. Suddenly, their ideas of success and substance were being questioned.
The speech, … [MORE]