Innovator and WIF speaker Guy Kawasaki pens article about reinvention and innovation

In the article Kawasaki interviews New York Times bestselling author Jason Jennings about the top six reinvention killers

Online PR News – 11-June-2012 – New York City, NY – Serial entrepreneur, author and angel investor Guy Kawasaki recently interviewed New York Times bestselling author Jason Jennings about the top six reinvention killers. In the Open Forum article, Kawasaki, who is also set to speak at the NetCom Learning and HSM-promoted World Innovation Forum, explored how reinvention is spurred by innovation.

Jennings is the author of the bestselling book, The Reinventors—How Extraordinary Companies Embrace Radical Continuous Change. He outlined for Kawasaki the six reinvention killers that prevent businesses from embracing big changes. At the end of the article Kawasaki posed the question, “How do you prepare your employees for big changes?”

Kawasaki will answer that question during his presentation at the World Innovation Forum set for June 20-21 at the New York City Center. Considered the father of evangelistic marketing, Kawasaki will present a discussion on the new rules for innovation revolutionaries. The former Chief Evangelist at Apple and the founder of several tech companies will address the steps innovators can take to spark business and create meaning through innovation. He will also talk about taking risks, the myths and facts surrounding the use of creative thinking, opening communication to foster innovation, and how corporate innovators can use entrepreneurs as business models.

The World Innovation Forum is co-promoted by NetCom Learning and HSM. Russell Sarder, CEO of NetCom Learning, said Kawasaki is a dynamic addition to the already incredible lineup of WIF speakers.

“Guy Kawasaki is a leader in applying innovation to create change. He has a hugely impressive track record, and we’re pleased to have him share his experience with the business professionals attending the World Innovation Forum,” Sarder said.

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Tickets include an exclusive invitation to an excellent networking opportunity at the NetCom Learning Cocktail Reception, admission to WIF, refreshments during the event, free access to Microsoft Office eLearning courses via Learning GG, the free book: Learning: Steps to Becoming a Passionate Lifelong Learner by Russell Sarder, and a Gift of Learning--$500 toward NetCom Learning Training Packages.

Information about the World Innovation Forum can be found at

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