Since 2000, 51% of the Fortune 500 has tanked, 47% of current jobs will be obsolete in the next 15 years, 67% of all men at retirement judge themselves as living in quiet desperation.
An IBM survey of 1500 CEOs identified creative problem solving/innovation as the most important skill of future leaders.
Most innovation research examines college students instead of proven consistent innovators.
Companies state that they value innovation but do not equip their knowledge workers with innovation skills and tools.
- See the data we gathered from consistent top achievers.
- Hear the specific case studies: From NASA, to Wall Street, to Carnegie Hall, to the Patent Office.
- Feel the shift when you practice the "Innovation on Command" cognitive strategies.
- Increase your innovation output, transcend your potential.
"Denis Greene gave the only presentation I have ever heard that was scientific, practical and hilarious." Bob Lystad, Axis Capital
"The stories about the motorcycle trip across Africa, wrestling alligators and meeting his wife made the keynote speech about innovation like a technicolor movie." Dan Ryan, attorney
"Denis a rarity, a scientist with a sense of humor. Dave Mullins, President KCPC
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