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David Kelley on How to Unlock Creative Confidence

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 (Courtesy IDEO)

Growing up in Ohio, David Kelley was the type of kid who would take apart car engines and washing machines. Today, the founder of the design firm IDEO and Stanford’s design school focuses on creative ways to fix problems, from upgrading the Apple mouse to solving traffic jams. He joins us to talk about the importance of cross-collaboration, his book “Creative Confidence” and how each person can unlock his or her own creativity.

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David Kelley, chair and founder of IDEO, founder of Stanford's design school and author of "Creative Confidence: Unleashing the Creative Potential Within Us All"

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