Speeches by Joel Cohen address innovation and creativity. He draws on his experience both as a screenwriter and from his former career in the corporate world.
Cohen is probably best known for his work writing for The Simpsons, for which he won an Emmy. However, his comedy credentials go further than this. He has written for such movies as 'Toy Story,' 'Cheaper by the Dozen,' and 'Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties.'
Prior to his writing career, Cohen worked in the corporate world and holds an MBA. This blend of business experience and 'creative' experience has afforded him a rare insight into creativity and innovation. In his speeches, Joel Cohen explores how factors such as group dynamics affect end results.