Build a Culture of Innovation
Teach your teams to see the unseen
and then execute on it.
It’s built by asking:
What are simple ways we can create breakthrough ideas that end up changing the world?
You create this kind of culture by:
Building a Culture of Innovation is Dr. David Rickett's Specialty:
“So articulate, great insights, exactly what we needed”
– Carlos Menendez, President, Enterprise Partnerships – Mastercard
We are great at reinforcing what our people already do well.
What we are not doing is teaching them how to handle problems they’ve never seen before.
Let’s change that together.
Building a Culture of Innovation will lead to:
WORKING WITH LEADING INNOVATORS
Dr. Ricketts works with the world’s leading companies to drive success through innovation. He’s worked with Mastercard, Disney, ESPN, GM, Dell and other Fortune 500 companies to help them drive innovation in their organizations through collaborative consulting, training and other innovative initiatives.
Dr. Ricketts co-developed and teaches the popular innovation course in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) at Harvard where he is an Innovation Fellow.
Award Winning Scientist
Dr. Ricketts is the recipient of the prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation.
Innovation Keynote Speaker
Dr. Ricketts is one of the most highly sought after innovation speakers and has spoken globally from Toronto to Buenos Aires and Australia to Dubai on how organizations can drive success through innovation.
Driving Corporate Success
Dr. Ricketts works with the world’s leading companies to drive success through innovation. He has worked with Mastercard, Disney, ESPN, GM, Dell and other Fortune 500 companies.
Dr. Ricketts works with the world’s leading CEO, CIO and CTOs to accelerate innovation culture and productivity in their organizations.
Cutting Edge Innovator
Dr. Ricketts’ cutting edge innovations have been featured on CBS, Smithsonian and other national platforms.
Scholar & Professor
Dr. Ricketts has held appointments at Harvard University, Carnegie Mellon, MIT and North Carolina State University.