Creating and sustaining business growth through innovation remains one of the biggest challenges organizations face today. And yet, in one of the most prolific eras of innovation history, Thomas Edison pioneered six disruptive industries in less than 40 years. Now you can access the thinking and the strategies that generated this success.
Translating Edison's revolutionary approach for the 21st century, Sarah Miller Caldicott guides organizations to build new innovation capability that drives growth and relevance in the digital age. Sarah and her associates bring proven innovation and collaboration frameworks that accelerate ROI and transform internal innovation teams:
- Workshops - High-impact, interactive sessions that encourage individuals and teams to develop an innovation mindset, adopt creative problem-solving techniques, drive a culture of innovation, or identify disruptive new markets.
- Consulting - Assess organizational strengths and innovation capability gaps, creating a roadmap for new business model development, an expanded product pipeline, or a deeper innovation culture.
- Midnight Lunch Certification - Rapidly drive deep collaboration in small project teams, identifying radical new outcomes that transform innovation momentum. Midnight Lunch is a 4-step process Edison used to drive team breakthroughs in his labs. Today, a Midnight Lunch session can be undertaken live or virtually in just 6 hours.
- Keynote Speeches - Inspire your organization to adopt the principles which propelled Thomas Edison to generate billions of dollars in market value.
Corporate clients include:
Aon, Cisco, Emerson, Intel, John Deere, LaSalle Investment Management, L'Oreal, Mayo Clinic, Microsoft, The Nielsen Company, Thomas Reuters, and many others.
Association clients include:
Association for Manufacturing Excellence, National Association of Electrical Distributors, North Carolina Clean Tech Summit, Society of Automotive Engineers, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Women's Vision Foundation, and many others.
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Click below to read Sarah's most popular posts on Forbes:
Ready For The Internet of Things? 5 Skills You'll Need
Why Ford's Alan Mulally Is An Innovation CEO For The Record Books
Will Starbucks Eat McDonald's Lunch? How The Minimum Wage Is Reshaping Workforce Strategies
Rewiring RadioShack: 3 Strategies For Saving An Icon Of American Ingenuity
IBM's Kodak Moment: Can Big Blue Snap Out Of Its Growth Woes?