TED: Finding Ideas in Big Companies
TED is more than just TED Talks. It’s a global nonprofit committed to curating and spreading ideas — from science to business to global issues. Lisa Choi Owens, Chief Revenue Officer & Head of Global Partnerships at TED, joins the podcast to give a behind-the-scenes look at the TED organization, its mission, and how the nonprofit is partnering with big companies to find new perspectives that inspire change.
Listen to this episode to learn:
- How companies like UPS, Merck, and Tommy Hilfiger are discovering brilliant and unexpected ideas from every corner of the company
- What TED looks for in a TED Talk – and what it avoids
- Why a commitment to change and curiosity is essential to tackling the universal problems and opportunities facing all companies
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