The Navi Radjou keynotes promote the view that in order to garner creativity, creative leaders are essential. Radjou believes that individuals holding senior positions must realize and understand how to harness the potential creativity in their organization, team or customers.
Radjou, a highly sought-after speaker, is often approached by Harvard University and the World Economic Forum for his insightful speeches on leadership. Navi is a
world-renown expert in innovation and leadership. He provided consulting advice for countless leading organizations including GM, Microsoft and Procter & Gamble and coined several business concepts including 'Global Innovation Networks' and 'Indovation.'
Currently, Radjou is a columnist for the Harvard Business Review and a fellow at Cambridge Judge Business School. Prior to these positions, he was the Executive Director for the Cambridge Judge Business School's Centre for India & Global Business. With his work featured in the New York Times and Wall Street Journal, Radjou is considered an expert and trusted mind in the business community.
In combination with these publication, Radjou co-authored several business and strategy books. Radjou co-authored 'Jugaad Innovation : Think Frugal, Be Flexible, Generate Breakthrough Growth and co-authored 'From Smart to Wise', both of which discuss leadership and innovation for the future. The Navi Radjou keynotes promote the belief that in order to breed creativity one must be creative and further must be prepared to cultivate the creativity of others.