Denis Greene is an expert on "Innovation Leadership", drawn from his years of research and his DISCOVERY THAT WAS PUBLISHED IN THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNALOF INNOVATION EDUCATION AND RESEARCH. His particular focus is the cognitive skill of creative individuals who have the ability to "Innovate On Command". http://www.ijier.net/index.php/ijier/issue/view/48
This information is very valuable to professionals who need to be creative problem solvers: Leaders, engineers, architects, managers, entrepreneurs, deisgners, software designers, teachers, artists, gamers, editors and writers. His neuroscience research has revealed a simple, precise method for the average person to use all their creative potential.
His case studies include: Thomas Edison, Tesla, Archimedes, JK Rowling, Stephen King, Jerry Seinfeld, SAP software developer, CH Townes the laser inventor, Richard Sears - of Sears and Roebuck, M. Haverty - CEO of KC Southern, Doc Worley - Founder of KC Business Journal, Dr. Finch - inventor of the Apollo 13 heat shield, Jim Harte - holder of nine engineering patents, Russ Hachey - comedian, and 100 other high performers. He gathered many case studies during his career raising over $200,000,000 for charitable organizations.
Humor is the proof that "innovate On Command" works. Greene's presentation includes an application of the "Innovate on Command" principles to finding humor in daily life. His stories include The First Theological Debate at the Charleston Aquarium, Dinner with the Mother In Law, The Christmas Letter: Humblebrag or Fumblebrag?
His interest in innovation came after he survived an encounter with a pack of baboons at 100 mph on a motorcycle trip across Africa. His direct experience in pushing the boundaries of innovative thinking include: Outward Bound wilderness survival, alligator wrestling, floating down the Congo River, stand up comedy, opera, skydiving, meeting a silverback gorilla face to face in the jungle, surviving cancer, surviving malaria, surviving dysentary, surviving a gun to the head in a war zone, surviving electrocution, surviving marriage and parenting with sanity intact, off road racing, mountain climbing, deep sea fishing, swimming with dolphins in New Zealand, sailing the Indian Ocean, windsurfing the Tasman Sea, silent monastic retreats, and 16,000 hours of meditation. See www.DenisGreene.com and www.InnovateOnCommand.com.