Apr 27, 2020
Today’s unique conversation is with Trip ODell, a keynote speaker, writer, and strategic innovation consultant. He walks us through how today’s current events are having us face how our workforce needs to change and is changing. We cover topics such as dyslexia, dark matter and design, critical thinking, redesigning education, and asking deeper questions when it comes to building a better workforce for the future. If you’re someone who loves getting into complex systems thinking conversations, just like me, this one was made for you.
Trip discovered his talents for leading strategic innovation and teams in an unlikely place; at the head of a classroom during a two-year tour of service with the Jesuit Volunteers on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Twenty years later, Trip's service proved to be the trailhead for a career designing technology that amplifies human potential and creativity at the world's most innovative tech companies and startups. Trip is a noted keynote speaker and writer for publications and conferences around the world. He applies his hands-on experience and expertise to complex topics such as ethics and artificial intelligence, education and health, innovation in developing economies, global supply chains, vehicular safety, and inclusive innovation.
Trip's holds multiple patents for new products and technologies he's co-invented and led at companies and startups that include Adobe, Microsoft, and Amazon. His prior work has won awards and accolades across a range of industries, multinational corporations, startups, and non-profits that include The Chicago Field Museum, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. His confidential advisory and coaching include clients from major corporations, institutional investors, premier global consultancies, universities, venture capital, private equity, global non-profits, and startups.