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Ep. 123 – Gatorade’s Xavi Cortadellas on Breakthrough Innovation

There’s no way to innovate if you only stay in your court Xavi Cortadellas is the Head of Innovation and Design at Gatorade. He focuses on breakthrough innovation, rather than incremental innovation. Gatorade invented sports drinks 50 years ago and now has an 80% market share. With little room to expand, they actively look for new […]

Ep 122 – Jeff Rohrs with Yext and Author of Audience on Managing Your Brand

Jeff Rohrs is the CMO of Yext and Author of Audience: Marketing in the age of subscribers, fans and followers, and The Everywhere Brand ebook. He’s also a former VP at Salesforce and ExactTarget. In this episode, Brian Ardinger…

Ep 121 – Herman Miller’s Melissa Steach on Design Innovation

Melissa Steach is an ergonomic specialist with Herman Miller. She works to educate various communities about ergonomics in the workplace while valuing and focusing on the importance of the human for design innovation. Brian Ardinger and Melissa take a …

Top 33 Innovation Books to Read in 2019 (+ Bonus Picks)

Thought Leaders, Entrepreneurs, & Innovation Books With hundreds of innovation books on the market, how do you decide where to go for the best advice?  The Inside Outside Innovation podcast brings you the latest thinking in corporate/startup innovation, by interviewing authors and innovators that can help you take your company to the next level. The following […]

Ep. 120 – Digital Intent’s Sean Johnson talks Corporate Innovation Strategies

After years of working in startups, Sean Johnson and his team began getting approached by enterprises. These companies needed help moving on ideas, accessing specialists and understanding how to be iterative. Today, Sean’s company Digital Int…

Ep. 119 – Voltage Control’s Douglas Ferguson on Inside Innovation

In this episode, Brian Ardinger talks with Douglas Ferguson, founder of Voltage Control, a company focused on design sprints and getting new products to market. Douglas tries to look at the product as a whole unit and is convinced that ideas are worthl…

Ep. 118 – ExxonMobil’s Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock on Corporate Innovation

In this week’s episode of Inside Outside Innovation, Brian Ardinger talks with Christopher Bailey and Kim Bullock with ExxonMobil. They discuss successes and challenges of innovating in a large corporation. Christopher and Kim …

Ep 117 – Nicole Rufuku, Author of Hiring for the Innovation Economy

In this week’s episode of Inside Outside Innovation, Brian Ardinger has a great conversation with Nicole Rufuku, author of Hiring for the Innovation Economy: Three steps to improve performance and diversity. They discuss h…

Ep. 116 – SapientRazorfish’s Jeremy Lockhorn on the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Jeremy Lockhorn is VP, Experience Strategy, Mobile + Emerging Technology at SapientRazorfish and has served a wide variety of roles during his 20-year tenure. The common thread is on a focus of what’s next. In this podcast, Jeremy and Brian Ardinger di…

Ep. 115 – Doug Branson, Author of The Future of Tech is Female

In this episode, Brian Ardinger talks with Doug Branson about his new book The Future of Tech is Women: How to Achieve Gender Diversity. Brian and Doug start the conversation by looking at trends in the market.