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Nov 12, 2019

In this episode we learn from Eric Schultz, On 300 Years Of Innovative Entrepreneurship In America.

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Eric Schultz is an author and lifelong entrepreneur. Most recently, he was CEO of Sensitech, a venture-backed global supply chain visibility company sold to United Technologies. He is co-author of “Food Foolish,” a book about food waste and climate change and his latest book is called “Innovation on Tap: Stories of Entrepreneurship From the Cotton Gin to Broadway’s ‘Hamilton’.”

In this episode, we cover:

4:10 – The dominant narrative
4:53 – Eli Witney
5:52 – Citizens vs consumers
9:14 – Alfred Sloan
11:58 – Henry Ford
13:50 – Pontchartrain Hotel (The Third Place)
15:59 – Barber Shops
17:47 – Buddy Bolden
20:13 – Milton Friedman
23:02 – Worst moment
25:47 – Innovation as a combination of ideas + people
31:16 – Peter Drucker
33:52 – Sensitech
35:07 – Mekko charts

Resources mentioned in this episode:

amazon.com/Innovation-Tap-Entrepreneurship-Broadways-Hamilton/dp/1626346631
theoccasionalceo.blogspot.com
Tools: Toodledo
Album: Bill Evans
Book: First Things First by Steven Covey

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