Co-Founder and Chief Learning Officer at Nexus FrontierTech; Harvard Professor of Business & Economics; Author
CEO of Ingenuity and lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Speaker Amy Wilkinson works with executives and emerging leaders worldwide, advising them on achieving entrepreneurial success. Organizations book Amy Wilkinson to learn about the six essential skills for extraordinary leaders and the 3 keys for creating a profitable competitive edge.
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Business speaker Amy Wilkinson is the founder and CEO of Ingenuity. In addition, she serves as a lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business. Amy wrote the bestseller The Creator’s Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs. Furthermore, she works with executives and emerging leaders worldwide, advising them on achieving entrepreneurial success.
Speaker Amy Wilkinson has had leading roles at J.P. Morgan and McKinsey & Company. She is also the founder of export company Alegre. Furthermore, she has worked as a White House Fellow and US Trade Representative senior policy advisor. Due to her interest in how leaders need to change their methods to succeed in an entrepreneurial world, Wilkinson interviewed 200 of the most successful entrepreneurs. These entrepreneurs include the founders of SpaceX, Tesla Motors, LinkedIn, Airbnb, Dropbox, PayPal, Under Armour, Chipotle, JetBlue, Spanx, and Revolution Foods. During her interviews with these leaders, she talks about growing a new business in a constantly evolving economy. Thanks to her innovative research on high-growth entrepreneurs, Amy received a grant from the Ewing Marian Kauffman Foundation.
Amy Wilkinson has delivered keynote speeches to institutes, corporations, and universities worldwide throughout her career. These include the NASSCOM, the World Economic Forum in Davos, IBM, and Microsoft. She also spoke at the National Governors Association, TD Ameritrade, and the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.
Moreover, she is a Wall Street Journal expert. USA Today, TIME, CNN, NPR, and Bloomberg TV & Radio have all featured Amy’s work. Other outlets include Fortune, The Economist, Forbes, Inc., and The Washington Post.
Wilkinson graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree, a master’s degree, and an MBA. In addition to being a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, she is also an Eisenhower Fellow.
What does it take to build a great business? How do some people spot opportunities and turn inklings into enterprises that endure? What can you learn from them? Amy Wilkinson is the first to develop a comprehensive theory that explains how upstarts gain traction to achieve lasting results, and she is the author of The Creator’s Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs. The book spent three weeks as the No. 1 new release in business leadership on Amazon and has been featured on Fox News, CNBC, Bloomberg, WSJ Live, Yahoo Finance, USA Today, Fortune, Fast Company, Business Insider, Slate, and more.
What does it take to stay relevant and increase customer loyalty and revenue in today's rapidly changing marketplace? Bestselling author of The Creator's Code and Stanford Lecturer Amy Wilkinson reveals how Walmart, General Motors and Barclays lead their industry by being original, agile and innovative - and how you can too - in this fascinating speech.
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