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The Execution Plan DVD (47 min) - DVD

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The Responsibility Revolution DVD (47 min) - DVD

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Redefining Innovation DVD (47 min) - DVD

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Innovate or Die DVD (47 min) - DVD

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The Business of Innovation Series on DVD (5 segments, 47 min each) - DVD

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The Human Element DVD (47 min) - DVD

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The Business of Innovation series

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  • 2008

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5-part DVD series available individually or as a series. Each segment in the series is 47 minutes in length.

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Five-part series explores innovation as a strategy and requirement of success.

Innovation is the lifeblood of any business. This five-part CNBC series explores the need for constant innovation and the best ways to build creative thinking and bold action into an organization. Featuring a bevy of management and marketing experts—including GE’s former CEO Jack Welch, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, Kodak CEO Antonio Perez, and many others—the series sheds light on tools and strategies for business innovation while illuminating the pitfalls awaiting companies that don’t innovate. Hosted by award-winning journalist Maria Bartiromo.   Each DVD is 47 minutes in length.

The Human Element

Corporate innovation begins and ends with people who have the vision and courage to push creative boundaries. But in today’s global marketplace, it’s no easy task to engage and motivate a workforce. This program explores ways for organizations to harness diversity and original thinking, unlocking the innovator in every employee or team member. Expert guests include GE’s former CEO Jack Welch, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, RLJ Companies founder Bob Johnson, and Procter & Gamble CTO Gil Cloyd. Also featured are Frans Johansson, author of The Medici Effect, and management guru Peter Sheahan.  (39950)

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Innovate or Die

How can organizations avoid complacency and create catalysts for innovation? This program delves into survival strategies used by businesses that are constantly evolving and placing themselves at the frontline of the innovation battle. Expert guests include Sirius Satellite Radio CEO Mel Karmazin, Kodak Chairman and CEO Antonio Perez, LG Electronics CEO Yong Nam, and Novartis CEO Daniel Vasella. Also included are Jonathan Lord, Chief Innovation Officer of Humana; Esko Aho, former Prime Minister of Finland; and Randy Komisar, partner in Kleiner Perkins.  (39951)

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Redefining Innovation

A profitable business requires radical thinking, not only on a nuts-and-bolts level but in a way that connects with consumers. How does an organization make that happen? This program examines tools and methods that add value to businesses and enhance the customer experience. Expert guests include Xerox president Ursula Burns, Tata Consultancy Services Managing Director Subramaniam Ramadorai, Harley-Davidson CMO Mark-Hans Richer, and Telstra CEO Solomon Trujillo. Also featured are Andy Stefanovich, founder of Play, and Mark Ecko, fashion designer and entrepreneur.  (39952)

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The Responsibliity Revolution

Today’s corporate leaders increasingly recognize that doing good is good for business. But how does innovation fit into the 21st-century framework of social and global responsibility? This program looks at green business practices and management as springboards for achievement and profit. Expert guests include Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, IKEA North America president Pernille Spiers-Lopez, Clorox CEO Donald Knauss, and Treehugger.com founder Graham Hill. Also featured is Nobel Peace Prize laureate and micro-credit pioneer Muhammad Yunus.  (39953)

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The Execution Plan

How can a company assemble all the ingredients of true innovation and achieve marketplace success? This program gathers together the key issues and themes explored throughout the series The Business of Innovation, outlining actionable strategies that will drive a business forward. Expert guests include Google VP Nikesh Arora, FedEx CIO Robert Carter, former Southwest Airlines CEO Herb Kelleher, ConAgra Foods CEO Gary Rodkin, Morgan Stanley Managing Director Carla Harris, and Hewlett-Packard Chief Strategy and Technology Officer Shane Robinson.  (39954)

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