When it comes to big breakthrough ideas, Hitendra Patel doesn’t believe in that one “Eureka” moment. He thinks that all of us have the potential to create new, great ideas and the capacity to make it reality one day. So if everyone has the potential to have great ideas, why aren’t we all becoming genius inventors? Hitendra is trying to figure out if some people can connect the dots faster because they have more dots to begin with – and how we can all get more.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Hitendra Patel is CEO of the Center for Innovation, Excellence and Leadership, a global innovation consulting company based in Cambridge, MA. He has helped drive innovation transformation initiatives at companies like Hewlett Packard, LG, Cadbury, Verizon, and P&G. Dr. Patel is also a Board Director of the Hult Prize, the world’s largest startup accelerator for young social entrepreneurs that provides an annual prize of $1 Million and partners with the Clinton Global Initiative. He co-founded the Global Innovation Management Institute and has been the main driver for creating certification testing standards to make innovation a management discipline across the globe.