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Polly LaBarre – Speech Descriptions

A MAVERICK AGENDA FOR INVENTING THE FUTURE
When the world stands still, size, strength, and stability offer an advantage. But in a world of relentless change, hyper-competition, and omnipotent customers, it’s agility, ingenuity, and audacity that invent new markets, win customers’ hearts, and create outsize value. In a creative and disruptive economy—it’s the most creative and disruptive organizations that win.
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LIBERATION LEADERSHIP
The era of the heroic, all-knowing, all-powerful leader is over. In an age of global unrest, plummeting trust in institutions, and the radical decentralization of authority, the established way of leading, ruling, governing, and managing is not working anymore.
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TURN YOUR COMPANY INTO A LAB
Catching the future depends less on planning for what will come next and more on continuously experimenting with what could come next. To stay relevant, an organization has to invest preemptively in developing alternatives to the status quo—playing with new ideas, testing new technologies, exploring new markets. In other words, in order to innovate and adapt in this creative, disruptive economy, every organization must develop the capacity (and the appetite) for experimentation and even failure.
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THE HUMAN EDGE
For every leader unsettled by rampant disruption, unbounded competition, relentless commodification, and the specter of automation, there is a powerful antidote already inside the organization: the untapped audacity, imagination, energy, resourcefulness, curiosity, intuition, artistry, and playfulness of its people. Those fundamental human qualities are the engine of the creative economy—the source of all value. And yet, too few organizations are designed to unleash, mobilize, and amplify that human edge.
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THE MIND OF THE INNOVATOR    
If you want to create the future of your organization, your industry, or your profession—there’s no better place to start than supercharging your own creative capacity. The good news is that creativity is a fundamentally human capacity. We are all born with the ability and the drive to tell stories, draw, paint, sing, make things, and change the world for the better. We are all, in fact, born with some kind of creative genius.
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