President at Rhode Island School of Design
The John Maeda speeches provide information on how to be an effective leader, and the importance of invoking change and sparking creativity in the workplace. Maeda is currently the President at the Rhode Island School of Design.
He completed his bachelor's and master's degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and received his PhD from the Tsukuba University in Japan. In 1999, Esquire named Maeda, “one of the 21 most important people in the 21st century.” In 2001, he was awarded with the National Design Award for Communication Design in the United States, and the Mainichi Design Prize from Japan.
Maeda is also the author of a bestselling book titled ‘Laws of Simplicity,’ which explores ways that people can simplify their lives. Due to his vast experience and expertise, the John Maeda speeches are sure to provide valuable insight on leadership.