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505: Keith Harmeyer on How Creativity Transforms Your Business Keith Harmeyer on How Creativity Transforms Your Business
Ep. 86 - Keith Harmeyer | SmartStorming: How to Innovate & Why We Need To Keith Harmeyer is all about ideas! He is an expert in innovative thinking, creative problem solving, and idea generation who spent over two decades coming up with great ideas for some of the world’s best known and most successful companies (such as JPMorgan Chase, Disney, Conde Nast, and McDonald’s).   Now, as a Founding Partner of SmartStorming and co-author of SmartStorming: The Game Changing Process for Generating Bigger, Better Ideas, Keith is providing other organizations with the expertise, structure, skills, and proven idea generation techniques they need to develop their own ground-breaking ideas and innovate.   What exactly is innovation?   Keith defines innovation as “the introduction of something new or different that provides greater value or benefit.” If it’s different just for the sake of being different, that’s novelty.   We tend to think of innovation in big terms, on an organizational level, but it all starts with the individual people within an organization.   When the people within an organization learn how to be more creative in their thinking and more innovative in how they approach their work, then you see innovation surface on an organizational level.   Why do we need to innovate?   We are now under continuous, constant pressure to reinvent ourselves and the value we deliver to our customers, clients, and the organizations we work for – and, once again, it’s not just at the organizational level. Each one of us is under that same pressure.   If you don’t disrupt your industry and your business… well, then somebody else is going to disrupt it for you, and you may not be able to keep up.     Resources: Learn more at SmartStorming.com Connect with Keith on LinkedIn Read: SmartStorming: The Game Changing Process for Generating Bigger, Better Ideas --   Production & Development for Improv Is No Joke by Podcast Masters Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
14: Innovative Thinking with Keith Harmeyer Keith Harmeyer is all about IDEAS. Author, Speaker, and Innovative Thinking Catalyst spends his time speaking, writing, and consulting on the topics of innovative thinking and creative problem-solving. Keith has worked with market leaders like Google, Under Armour, NBCUniversal, Diageo, Siemens, Omnicom Group, WPP, NETSCOUT, Macmillan Publishing, and many others… and has even trained MBA candidates at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Keith is a founding partner at SmartStorming.com, and is co-author of the book, SmartStorming: The Game-Changing Process for Generating Bigger, Better Ideas. He's got such an interesting (and artistic) background that you'll want to hear all about.
005: Keith Harmeyer - Systems for Innovative Thinking and Creative Problem Solving Keith Harmeyer is a founding partner at SmartStorming, where he helps organizations, teams and individuals think and perform more innovatively, every day, and is co-author of the book, SmartStorming: The Game-Changing Process for Generating Bigger, Better Ideas. Keith has shared his insights with an international audience of thousands of corporate professionals from companies like Google, Under Armour, NBC Universal, Siemens, Diageo, Omnicom Group, WPP, NETSCOUT, Macmillan Publishing, numerous marketing communication firms, and has even taught his innovative problem-solving process to graduate students at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Prior to his work at SmartStorming, Keith worked as a creative director at several New York City advertising agencies, where he generated business-building ideas for some of the world’s leading brands. He is also a former professional singer and actor, and has appeared in opera and theater productions throughout the country. Keith is a graduate of Loyola and Tulane Universities, both in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. Today, he lives at the beach in South Florida, with his wife, Vivian. Company website is https://SmartStorming.com Speaker site at http://KeithHarmeyer.com, Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Idea Episode, with Keith Harmeyer Everybody has ideas, and plenty of them. Humans have on average 50,000 thoughts every day. How do you go from ideas to innovation? And how can you generate more, better ideas? Keith Harmeyer, co-author of "SmartStorming: The Game-Changing Process for Generating Bigger, Better Ideas" and co-founder of SmartStorming, comes on the podcast to talk about those topics and more.
14: Innovative Thinking with Keith Harmeyer Keith Harmeyer is all about IDEAS. Author, Speaker, and Innovative Thinking Catalyst spends his time speaking, writing, and consulting on the topics of innovative thinking and creative problem-solving. Keith has worked with market leaders like Google, Under Armour, NBCUniversal, Diageo, Siemens, Omnicom Group, WPP, NETSCOUT, Macmillan Publishing, and many others… and has even trained MBA candidates at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Keith is a founding partner at SmartStorming.com, and is co-author of the book, SmartStorming: The Game-Changing Process for Generating Bigger, Better Ideas. He's got such an interesting (and artistic) background that you'll want to hear all about.