We need a new Playbook for Innovation. In an era where things are changing so quickly, innovating simply at the product level is no longer enough. To get to true impact, scale & mass adoption now requires innovation across multiple levels, designing around systemic issues such as supply chain, go to market, new types of partnerships, and new ways of working. Join FNDR CEO James Vincent as he explores the intersection of leadership and innovation as massive leaps forward in biotech, completely new categories like AI, among many transformative innovations are beginning to reframe everything.
How To Build A More Intelligent Future: 10 Lessons From The Leaders In Innovation Podcast
James Vincent talks with his partners at FNDR about lessons learned from this seasons guests on Leaders in Innovation.
How To Solve The Mismatch Between Education And Work: Euan Blair From Multiverse
James Vincent talks with Euan Blair, co-founder and chief executive of the apprenticeships company Multiverse, about the future of learning.
Bridging The Gap Between Economy And Ecology: Sara Menker From Gro Intelligence
James Vincent talks with Sara Menker, CEO of Gro Intelligence, about how to prepare for what comes next with climate change and how to fix one of generative AI's biggest flaws.
The Moral Valence Of Technology: Josh Wolfe From Lux Capital On Trust, Human Nature And The ‘magical Realism’ Of Science
James Vincent talks with Josh Wolfe, co-founder and managing partner of Lux Capital, about the need for technology to come from companies we trust and the role human nature plays in the application of technology.
Creating a 'Third Space' for togetherness: Jason Citron from Discord on AI, safety and the importance of play
James Vincent talks with Jason Citron from Discord about safety, togetherness, and how we can use good AI to battle bad AI.
Can we train AI to be more feminine? Whitney Wolfe Herd from Bumble.
James Vincent talks with Whitney Wolfe Herd, founder and executive chair of Bumble, about sexism in tech and the relation between AI and human emotion.
Another great installment of the "most innovative companies" series
So great to hear James is back -- the series really shined while he was host last year. This new series does not disappoint - give it a listen!