The Diana Kander talk on innovation explains how current methodology is incorrect. The Georgetown-educated attorney left practicing law to launch her first new venture. Since, the speaker has founded and sold a number of startup companies. The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Senior Fellow draws on her experience to create curriculums for both educational institutions and the private sector. Her book 'All In Startups: Launching a New Idea When Everything Is On the Line' is used as an academic resource in over 32 schools including Georgetown, Columbia and Cornell.
As a highly sought-after keynote speaker, she covers topics such as understanding customers, the Innovation Health Check, competitors, entrepreneurial mindset and risks in new initiatives. The Diana Kander talk is a great example of this.