‘Why innovation is rarely authorized’ panel from HOW Design Live 2019
Every company says they want more innovation and leaders who are able to deliver it yet they are often more afraid of extinction than the change that’s necessary for that innovation to be created. As a result, innovation often happens when teams go against the rules and even risk their jobs to get it done. This episode is a replay of a panel discussion I put together with two of the smartest and most inspirational people I know – best-selling author, Greg Larkin and ex-IDEO and current Managing Director of Expa, Sina Mossayeb.
Best-selling author of This Might Get Me Fired
Greg Larkin has built some of the most transformative products of our time for some of the biggest companies on Earth, including Google, Bloomberg
Managing Director, Expa
Sina is a Managing Director at Expa—a startup studio founded by Garret Camp (cofounder of Uber). At Expa Sina leads a team focusing on products, programs, and platforms to create the conditions for entrepreneurs to thrive. Previous to Expa, Sina was a global systems design lead at IDEO for 6 years. At IDEO, he introduced how to use social movement theories mixed with human centered design to design change in orgs and society. He has worked with companies like Facebook, NFLPA, the US government, Viacom, and more to use human centered design to create design driven change in organizations—including products and services. Sina is also one of the co-founders of La Victoria Labs, and innovation studio in Peru established by IDEO.
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