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|TRAVELS FROM: New York|
- Innovation / Marketing
- Leadership / Creativity / Teamwork
- Business Growth / Strategy / Trends
- Change–Managing / Leading It
Change | Leadership | Management | Teamwork
Luke Williams is an internationally recognized authority on innovation leadership.
He works with organizations all over the world on challenges ranging from creating
new products and services, to transforming organizational processes and behaviors.
Mr. Williams is Professor of Marketing and Executive Director of the Berkley Center
for Innovation & Entrepreneurship at New York University's Stern School of
Business, and a Fellow at frog, one of the world's most influential innovation
Luke Williams is a sought-after commentator on disruptive innovation, entrepreneurship,
and cultural change. He is invited to speak worldwide, and his views are regularly
featured in BusinessWeek, Fast Company, The Atlantic, and NPR
(National Public Radio). Luke Williams is the author of Disrupt: Think the
Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business (FT Press, 2011).
BOOKS Search For A Book
- Disrupt: Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business (2010)
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"If you need to drive disruptive innovation in your own organization—and you do—Luke Williams is the guide you've been looking for. He not only knows what it takes to create disruptive innovation. He knows how to explain it, in simple, clear, and practical concepts that anyone can use in their own organization." ––David L. Rogers, Center on Global Brand Leadership, Columbia Business School