January 25, 2013

News & Opinion: Podcast Q&A with Sarah Miller Caldicott

By: Sally Haldorson @ 1:30 PM – Filed under: Innovation & Creativity, Leadership & Strategy

Sarah Miller Caldicott is the author of three books, Innovate Like Edison, the e-book Inventing the Future, and her newest, Midnight Lunch: The 4 Phases of Team Collaboration Success from Thomas Edison's Lab. CEO of the innovation consulting company, Power Patterns, and a great grandniece of Thomas Edison, Sarah is committed to translating the innovative methods of Edison for the digital age. In Midnight Lunch, she focuses on contemporizing Edison's collaboration process, and offering a concrete methodology for implementation. Listen below as she makes an urgent and convincing call for organizations to commit to a collaborative environment and teaches us that Edison was not only a innovator by profession, but also an innovative leader. Play the interview below [audio:|titles=An Interview With Sarah Caldicott Miller] Visit Sarah's site here to learn more about your chance to win a FREE Midnight Lunch™ Collaboration Experience! Sarah describes the opportunity like this:
To celebrate the launch of my new book Midnight Lunch, I'm counting down the days until Edison's birthday on Feb. 11th...when I'm offering a free webinar on how you can create your own midnight lunch experience. Watch the countdown on Twitter, LinkedIn, or Facebook! Share collaboration resources with your team, including free one-page worksheets your team can use while reading the book together. I'm also giving away a FREE Midnight Lunch™ experience to 5 companies in 2013. Winners receive a free keynote speech plus a live 4-hour midnight lunch collaboration experience - a $20,000 value!
Thanks again to Sarah for sharing her time and insights with us! You can read our full Jack Covert Selects review of Midnight Lunch here. Also keep up with Sarah and the innovation ideas she shares on her Facebook page.

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