Power Influencers Series with Karen Keller, Ph.D., Interviewing Stephen Shapiro author of Best Practices Are Stupid: 40 Ways to Out-Innovate the Competition

Join Karen as she interviews Stephen Shapiro,

author of best-selling book, Best Practices Are Stupid:
40 Ways to Out-Innovate the Competition
. Listen in as they discuss how women and men engage in the process of innovation, how to create a culture of innovation in your company and what you can do to be an effective contributor in the innovation process.

Stephen shares why ignoring innovation and just sticking with the status quo can do more harm to your business than innovating poorly. In fact, the smart money is on those who embrace and practice the process of innovation regularly.

You will hear Stephen bust the misconceptions most people have about innovation and creativity and what that worn out cliché – thinking outside the box – really means for your company.

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Best Practices Are Stupid By Stephen Shapiro

Best Practices Are Stupid

Stephen Shapiro
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What if almost everything you know about creating a culture of innovation is wrong? What if the way you are measuring innovation is choking it? What if your market research is asking all of the wrong questions? Shapiro shows that nonstop innovation is attainable and vital to building a high-performing team, improving the bottom line, and staying ahead of the pack.
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Karen Keller, Ph.D.

Karen Keller, Ph.D.

“Only when a woman takes action is when she experiences and benefits from change. She takes charge over her life, and starts to grow, not only in her relationships, her career, her business, and her income, but in becoming the influential woman she can be. And she doesn’t do it alone or reinvent the wheel. Smart women start now, not tomorrow, not next week or maybe later. They do it now. Why? Because time is one of the most important commodities they have.”