Keynote: What Do Innovators Do?
Jim Carroll
Jim Carroll

Global Futurist, Trends and Innovation Expert
Keynote: What Do Innovators Do?
Description:
Jim Carroll is acknowledged as one of the world�s leading global futurists, trends and innovation experts. Jim provides unique detailed insight into workplace, business, economic, current events, social and cultural trends, as well as into demographic, lifestyle and technology issues, based on highly original research. He sets the stage for organizations to become more innovative and adaptable, and that are open to the opportunities of the future. He does so in a very dynamic and motivational style, with a presentation that involves his signature humor, high-level energy, deep insight and challenging observations.

What Do Innovators Do? 00:00:00
Jim Carroll's Experience 00:01:11
Children Today 00:01:11
Science and Trade Jobs 00:05:32
Learning: What You Will Do For a Living 00:06:35
Consumer Technology 00:07:28
"The world is changing very fast." 00:08:47
"Don't let yourself be lulled into inaction." 00:14:15
The Next CYP "Customer" 00:15:07
The BIG Question 00:16:07
"Innovative organizations anticipate obvious future trends" 00:16:21
Massive Rate of Change 00:16:50
My Children's Perspective 00:17:43
"No Data, Daddy." 00:18:37
Skiing Family 00:19:55
Joystick 00:21:44
"Daddy's Book." 00:22:09
Velocity and Government 00:23:11
Opportunity To Do Things Differently 00:24:05
Shake Up the Business Model 00:24:17
CDs and Downloadable Music 00:24:44
Every Waking Minute In Front of a Screen 00:25:26
Kids and Screens 00:25:45
Mobile Velocity! 00:26:47
CNN Syndrome of Teen Hood 00:27:26
Micro-Generations and Multitasking 00:27:46
"Micro-Generation Gap" 00:29:04
"Reach out to them in the space in which they live." 00:29:37
Changing "Customer Behavior" 00:30:33
Insurance and the Web 00:30:55
Mom 3.0! 00:31:14
MumsNet.Com 00:33:52
"The coping skills are different." 00:34:20
Re-orient to the New Customer Realities 00:36:20
Fast Paced Ideas 00:36:46
Dive-In Movie 00:37:21
Inflatable Outdoor TV 00:38:45
Innovation in the High Velocity Economy 00:39:20
"Agility, flexibility, and the rapid ingestion of new ideas." 00:40:07
Global Idea Machine 00:40:16
It's "In" to be "Out" 00:40:26
Extremely Extreme Sports 00:41:23
Zorbing 00:41:40
"Now What?" 00:42:51
"Think Like a Farmer!" 00:44:43
Two Types of Farmers 00:45:08
"Learn to re-learn by enhancing collaborative skills." 00:47:44
Tactical to Strategic Transition 00:48:42
CNBC Show: Business of Innovation 00:49:26
What is Innovation? 00:49:47
What Now? 00:50:25
"Do more of the important stuff." 00:50:42
Pervasive Connectivity 00:50:52
Pervasive Connectivity Cont. 00:51:14
Device Awareness 00:54:18
iMapMyRun 00:54:50
Snowboard Nation 00:55:21
The Baseball Bat of 2015 00:55:51
"It's not bad - it's different!" 00:56:31
"Re-orient and re-engage utilizing massive connectivity." 00:57:48
Work / Life Views 00:58:04
The New Workforce 00:59:35
"What do you like to do?" 01:02:13
The Next Generation 01:03:01
"Build on the enthusiasm that exists." 01:04:07
Experiential Capital 01:04:34
Walmart: The Hub 01:05:00
Experiential Capital! 01:06:45
"We're not sure what's right, but we're investing anyways" 01:07:17
Challenge to be Different 01:07:36
"Challenge yourself to do things you haven't done before!" 01:07:45
Pac Manhattan 01:08:12
"That's the dumbest thing I ever heard!" 01:08:56
"We've always done it this way!" 01:09:37
"It won't work!" 01:09:57
"It's too risky!" 01:10:10
"Why can't we just do what we've been doing all along?" 01:10:19
"I'm not convinced it's necessary!" 01:10:36
Innovative Organizations Make Bold Leaps 01:11:12
"Let's do it!" 01:11:19
Success From Accepting Dramatic Change 01:11:29
10 Words 01:11:52
Jim Carroll Contact 01:15:00
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Click to View: 1. What do innovators do?
1. What Do Innovators Do?
Click to View: 2. Jim Carroll's experience
2. Jim Carroll's Experience
Click to View: 3. Children today
3. Children Today
Click to View: 4. Science and trade jobs
4. Science and Trade Jobs
Click to View: 5. Learning: What you will do for a living
5. Learning: What You Will Do for a Living
Click to View: 6. Consumer Technology
6. Consumer Technology
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7. "The world is changing very fast."
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8. "Don't let yourself be lulled into inaction."
Click to View: 9. The next CYP
9. The Next CYP "Customer"
Click to View: 10. The BIG question
10. The BIG Question
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11. "Innovative organizations anticipate obvious future trends."
Click to View: 12. Massive rate of change
12. Massive Rate of Change
Click to View: 13. My children's perspective
13. My Children's Perspective
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14. "No Data, Daddy."
Click to View: 15. Skiing family
15. Skiing Family
Click to View: 16. Joystick
16. Joystick
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17. "Daddy's Book."
Click to View: 18. Velocity and government
18. Velocity and Government
Click to View: 19. Opportunity to do things differently
19. Opportunity to Do Things Differently
Click to View: 20. Shake up the business model
20. Shake Up the Business Model
Click to View: 21. CDs and downloadable music
21. CDs and Downloadable Music
Click to View: 22. Every waking minute in front of a screen
22. Every Waking Minute in Front of a Screen
Click to View: 23. Kids and screens
23. Kids and Screens
Click to View: 24. Mobile Velocity!
24. Mobile Velocity!
Click to View: 25. CNN syndrome of teen hood
25. CNN Syndrome of Teen Hood
Click to View: 26. Micro-generations and multitasking
26. Micro-Generations and Multitasking
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27. "Micro-Generation Gap"
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28. "Reach out to them in the space in which they live."
Click to View: 29. Changing
29. Changing "Customer Behavior"
Click to View: 30. Insurance and the web
30. Insurance and the Web
Click to View: 31. Mom 3.0!
31. Mom 3.0!
Click to View: 32. MumsNet.Com
32. MumsNet.Com
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33. "The coping skills are different."
Click to View: 34. Re-orient to the new customer realities
34. Re-Orient to the New Customer Realities
Click to View: 35. Fast paced ideas
35. Fast Paced Ideas
Click to View: 36. Dive-in movie
36. Dive-in Movie
Click to View: 37. Inflatable outdoor TV
37. Inflatable Outdoor TV
Click to View: 38. Innovation in the high velocity economy
38. Innovation in the High Velocity Economy
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39. "Agility, flexibility, and the rapid ingestion of new ideas."
Click to View: 40. Global idea machine
40. Global Idea Machine
Click to View: 41. It's
41. It's "In" to be "Out"
Click to View: 42. Extremely extreme sports
42. Extremely Extreme Sports
Click to View: 43. Zorbing
43. Zorbing
Click to View: 44.
44. "Now What?"
Click to View: 45.
45. "Think Like a Farmer!"
Click to View: 46. Two types of farmers
46. Two Types of Farmers
Click to View: 47.
47. "Learn to re-learn by enhancing collaborative skills."
Click to View: 48. Tactical to strategic transition
48. Tactical to Strategic Transition
Click to View: 49. CNBC show: Business of innovation
49. CNBC Show: Business of Innovation
Click to View: 50. What is innovation?
50. What is Innovation?
Click to View: 51. What now?
51. What Now?
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52. "Do more of the important stuff."
Click to View: 53. Pervasive Connectivity
53. Pervasive Connectivity
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54. Pervasive Connectivity Cont.
Click to View: 55. Device awareness
55. Device Awareness
Click to View: 56. iMapMyRun
56. iMapMyRun
Click to View: 57. Snowboard nation
57. Snowboard Nation
Click to View: 58. The baseball bat of 2015
58. The Baseball Bat of 2015
Click to View: 59.
59. "It's not bad - it's different!"
Click to View: 60.
60. "Re-orient and re-engage utilizing massive connectivity."
Click to View: 61. Work / life views
61. Work / Life Views
Click to View: 62. The new workforce
62. The New Workforce
Click to View: 63.
63. "What do you like to do?"
Click to View: 64. The next generation
64. The Next Generation
Click to View: 65.
65. "Build on the enthusiasm that exists."
Click to View: 66. Experiential Capital
66. Experiential Capital
Click to View: 67. Wallmart: The Hub
67. Walmart: The Hub
Click to View: 68. Experiential Capital!
68. Experiential Capital!
Click to View: 69.
69. "We're not sure what's right, but we're investing anyways."
Click to View: 70. Challenge to be Different
70. Challenge to be Different
Click to View: 71.
71. "Challenge yourself to do things you haven't done before!"
Click to View: 72. Pac Manhattan
72. Pac Manhattan
Click to View: 73.
73. "That's the dumbest thing I ever heard!"
Click to View: 74.
74. "We've always done it this way!"
Click to View: 75.
75. "It won't work!"
Click to View: 76.
76. "It's too risky!"
Click to View: 77.
77. "Why can't we just do what we've been doing all along?"
Click to View: 78.
78. "I'm not convinced it's necessary!"
Click to View: 79. Innovative organizations make bold leaps
79. Innovative Organizations Make Bold Leaps
Click to View: 80.
80. "Let's do it!"
Click to View: 81. Success from accepting dramatic change
81. Success From Accepting Dramatic Change
Click to View: 82. 10 words
82. 10 words
Click to View: 83. Jim Carroll Contact
83. Jim Carroll Contact