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Author | Creativity | Social Media | Healthcare | Entrepreneurship | Innovation | Strategic Planning | Technology | Disruptive Innovation
Nicholas Webb is a world-renowned innovation thought leader. Nicholas has been awarded over 45 patents by the US Patent and Trademark Office for breakthrough technologies including one of first wearable technologies and one of the world’s smallest medical implants.
Nicholas Webb’s innovations also include a wide range of industrial and consumer products. Nicholas is known by many as the “Innovation Evangelist”, he speaks around the world on the future of the economy, innovation and healthcare.
Nicholas is the author of The Innovation Playbook, The Digital Innovation Playbook, Invent Stuff and the just-released leadership book “Breakers” leading by destruction in the innovation economy.
Nicholas Webb is a Senior Partner at Lassen Innovation, a Management Consulting Firm that provides Enterprise Strategy Consulting to some of the best brands in the world.
BOOKS Search For A Book
- The Innovation Superstar Workbook (2011)
- The Digital Innovation Playbook: Creating a Transformative Customer Experience(2011)
- The Innovation Playbook: A Revolution in Business Excellence (2011)
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