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As an executive at a Fortune 500 high tech company that travels extensively (+250K miles per year), I have the privilege of meeting with industry and political leaders. This podcast are my observations, thoughts and insights on trends, ideas, creativity and innovations.
Recent Episodes for Killer Innovations
DATE: Sun, 06 Jun 2010
SIZE: 27.9 MB
KI_20100603 Interviewing Robert Scoble (@scobleizer)
Phil interviews Robert Scoble (@scobleizer) talking about growing up in silicon valley, the early days of corporate blogging, the social network space and emerging trends (battles) that we should all keep an eye on.
DATE: Tue, 30 Mar 2010
SIZE: 25.2 MB
KI_20100401 Interview with Bob Metcalfe - Inventor of Ethernet and founder of 3Com
A series of interviews with innovation thought leaders. In this interview with Bob Metcalfe, we discuss the inventing of Enternet, founding of 3COM, the role of industry standards, the future of networking, the real history of Metcalfe's law and energy.
DATE: Mon, 15 Mar 2010
SIZE: 25.1 MB
KI_20100315 Live Speech - Practical Innovation Skills
A recording of a live speech on the topic of practical innovation skills - how to enhance your skills to compete in the coming creative economy
DATE: Mon, 01 Mar 2010
SIZE: 22.0 MB
KI_20100303 Interview with Jim Sutton On Innovating The First Touch PC
The is a series of interviews with innovation thought leaders. In this interview with Jim Sutton, we discuss the behind the scenes effort to bring to market the very touch PC back in 1983.
DATE: Sun, 13 Dec 2009
SIZE: 29.1 MB
KI_20091217 Interview with Dave Watson from Ford and Steve Bishop from IDEO on co-innovation
In this interview with Dave Watson from Ford and Steve Bishop from IDEO - they discuss the co-innovation project that resulted in a breakthrough innovation for the Ford Fusion.
DATE: Sat, 05 Dec 2009
SIZE: 19.6 MB
KI_20091210 Interview with Sir Tim Berners-Lee - The past and the future of the world wide web
In this interview with Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, he looks back on the early days of the web and looks forward to what's next.
DATE: Sun, 25 Oct 2009
SIZE: 24.4 MB
KI_20091025 Interview With Chuck House - The Early Days At HP
In this interview with Chuch House, he shares the early days of HP and his experiences interacting with Bill Hewlett and David Packard along with sharing thoughts on the culture of HP.
DATE: Tue, 25 Aug 2009
SIZE: 18.9 MB
KI_20090825 Interview With Geoffrey Moore - Part 2 of 2
Part 2 of a 2 part interview with Geoffrey Moore - author of Crossing The Chasm
DATE: Mon, 17 Aug 2009
SIZE: 14.8 MB
KI_20090817 Interview With Geoffrey Moore - Part 1 of 2
Part 1 of a 2 part interview with Geoffrey Moore - author of Crossing The Chasm
DATE: Mon, 10 Aug 2009
SIZE: 257. MB
KI_20090810 Enabling Innovation - A Strength In Any Economy
An apperance at the 2009 Forrester IT Forum on protecting and promoting innovation during a tough economy
DATE: Sun, 02 Aug 2009
SIZE: 14.8 MB
KI_20090802 Interview With Art Fong
In this interview with Art Fong, we hear about the early days of HP and the effort to re-ignite education, technology and innovation in China following the revolution.
DATE: Sun, 12 Jul 2009
SIZE: 227. MB
KI_20090712 Video of Makers Faire Apperance
Creating Killer Innovations
DATE: Sat, 20 Jun 2009
SIZE: 28.6 MB
KI_20090620 Interview With David Cochran On The HP 35 Calculator
Interview with David Cochran, the product manager for the HP 35, discussing the history and how of creating the calculator that changed the world.
DATE: Sun, 19 Apr 2009
SIZE: 6.46 MB
KI_20090419 Getting Comfortable Taking Innovation Risks
Getting over your fear of something going wrong
DATE: Sun, 15 Mar 2009
SIZE: 12.8 MB
KI_20090315 How To Uncover Emerging Trends And Weak Signals
The process Phil uses to be the first to uncover emerging trends and weak signals
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Recent Comments for Killer Innovations
hope these get restarted, after spending last 5 years helping a couple of companies reinvent their NPD and innovations abilities, I found this a couple months ago. Would have saved me some mistakes along the way! Still have a few years of casts to catch up on, but I chew through them on a lengthy commute, hope more are to come
Submitted By: neal.a.clevenger@... (on 5-2013)
Damn near perfect
Just a fantastic podcast all around. Phil is incredible, extremely knowledgeable, and sharing some extremely useful & relevant info!
Submitted By: shawn.veltman@... (on 5-2010)