Tina Seelig on How the 'Invention Cycle' Can Bring Great Ideas to Fruition

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Can creativity be taught? Yes it can, according to Tina Seelig, who runs Stanford's Technology Ventures Program. In her most recent book "Insight Out," Seelig clarifies the relationship between imagination, creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. She also introduces readers to a model she calls the "Invention Cycle." Seelig joins us to discuss her book and to give some insight on how to move your ideas from imagination to implementation.


Tina Seelig, author of "Insight Out," executive director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program and professor of practice, management science and engineering at Stanford University