Business Week just published an article, A Push for Ethical Innovation, on the 2010 Innovation & Humanity Summit hosted by the Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and held at the Argyros School of Business and Economics at Chapman University on January 23. The article is based on an interview with Glenn Llopis, the Executive Director of the Center for Innovation & Humanity. Glenn has been a popular guest speaker in both mine and in PK Shukla's classes.
I am honored and humbled to have been asked by Glenn Llopis to serve as the Summit Experience Director for the inaugural Innovation & Humanity Summit (www.innovationhumanity.com) to be held at Chapman University on January 23, 2010. This pathbreaking Summit, organized by CIH-The Center for Innovation & Humanity, is shaping up to be a spectacular event with a stellar roster of speakers and panelists including Dr. Robert C. Wolcott and Adlai Wertman. The objective of the summit is for all participants to learn about opportunities for how positive social change can be achieved through ethical innovation. We will also discuss ways in which the message and the summit conclusions can inspire a wider audience to get involved. In my role as the Summit Experience Director, I will work with my excellent team of Chapman University students to enhance the experience for delegates and participants by triggering discussion themes, conducting interviews, capturing insightful thoughts, reporting live from the Summit on various social media, etc.