Jul 15, 2022
Stanford d.School's Executive Director Sarah Stein Greenberg talks about design, meaning, and change. She shares her insight on how to improve creative problem-solving.
As individuals, as teams, as societies and as a human race, we must become much faster, better and more efficient at solving problems. We must find a new way to learn how to learn, collaborate, and create. It is our only way to keep pace with change. The essential question is, are we willing to abandon the status quo?
My guest this week is a brilliant individual working hard to create a path forward for all. Sarah Stein Greenberg is the Executive Director of Stanford Universities D.School. Sarah leads a community of designers, faculty, and other innovative thinkers who work on a wide range of problems and create tools you can apply to your own.
Sarah has also written a masterful book titled Creative Acts for Curious People...how to think, create and lead in unconventional ways.
Sarah packs so much into this interview that I encourage you to listen with pen and paper and a finger on the pause button. You will be a better parent, friend, innovator, marketer, problem solver, entrepreneur and leader for it.
As a bonus and tying in with the theme, I invite Georgia Balinsky, the Senior Director of Brand Strategy for RBC, back to the show. Georgia talks about why Ideas matter and their new branding platform, Ideas Happen Here.