We know we need to change mindsets within
our organization...but HOW?
Deborah Perry Piscione is an authority
on how leaders are changing the mindsets of their companies and driving
unprecedented innovation and growth as a result. Her intriguing work
stems from the stark differences between old-school power and new school
leadership. Having worked as an insider at the White House and Capitol Hill,
and then moving into the center of Silicon Valley, Deborah was struck by the
vast differences in mindsets between the two coasts. She became fascinated by
the collaborative cultures of innovation that dominate the Silicon Valley
region, especially the voracious appetite for growing value from ideas.
Provocative and wonderfully entertaining, Deborah's presentations are a
prerequisite for leaders looking to shake the status quo.
Through her years of research and hands-on
work with many of Silicon Valley's pioneer companies, she has found the keys to
building organizations into innovation machines and preparing leaders for the
future. Deborah's discoveries are highlighted by her series of critically
Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Everyone
Else Can Learn from the Innovation Capital of the World
The Risk Factor: Why Every Organization
Needs Big Bets, Bold Characters, and the Occasional Spectacular Failure
The People Equation: Why Innovation Is
People, Not Products
This spurred her to launch four successful
businesses, including Alley to the Valley, which has grown into the most
influential program for connecting powerful business women. It is this
unique experience and understanding that has made her one of the most
sought-after business speakers today. With companies and industries looking for
every new customer, every new idea, every advantage they can find, Deborah
specializes in opening new ways of thinking and executing that unlock the
organization's full potential. Both her keynotes and her boot camps for Fortune
500 leaders are fully customized for your very specific needs.
Her clients include Google, McKinsey, TED
Talks, Cadence Design, London School of Economics, Microsoft, McDonald's,
WOBI/HSM, NetApp, Princeton University, KPMG, Innotown, Qualcomm, Society for
Human Resource Management, Stanford University, Accenture, Texas Economic
Development Council, Singularity University Council on Foreign Relations, and
Ultimately, Deborah is the perfect speaker
if you are searching for an undeniably compelling presentation
exploring how to adapt to the demands of an increasingly fast paced,
agile, and unforgiving world.