Episode 56 Mastermind

Tendayi Viki

“Coming up with a great idea isn’t enough, innovation has to create great value for the customer”

Tendayi Viki is an author and innovation consultant who holds a PhD in Psychology and an MBA. As Associate Partner at Strategyzer, he helps large organizations innovate for the future while managing their core business. Tendayi has written three books based on his research and consulting experience, ‘Pirates In The Navy’, ‘The Corporate Startup’ and ‘The Lean Product Lifecycle’.

In this Mastermind episode, I pick out some key insights from a conversation I had with Tendayi. Tune in to learn more about what makes a successful innovator, hiring people that think differently through cognitive diversity, the important role of failure in innovation, and how leaders need to be purposeful but patient.

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“The orchestra calls for practice and discipline in following the plan, in jazz there is no plan and mistakes are opportunities to explore”

Listen to: Dominic Alldis
Episode 57

Dominic Alldis

World renowned Orchestral Conductor, Jazz musician and corporate speaker, Dominic Alldis has built a unique career over 30 years. His fluency in many different musical languages and flair for bringing them together in a distinctive way puts him in a category all of his own. He shares the lessons of...


30 min