Scott Belsky is a consultant and expert in creativity. He is the founder and CEO of Behance, a company that develops products and services for creative industries, and also the author of the best-selling book, Making Ideas Happen. In 2010, Fast Company included him in the list of “The 100 most creative people in business.” In the TV show Spotlight and in the blog below, he reveals his thoughts about how to best execute ideas.
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) isn’t just about what’s new and what’s shiny. It represents every delivery form of our content. Some products are the latest enhancements on existing technologies. Others are fledging technologies striving to find their way into the mainstream. CES is a show for manufacturers — but it is up to marketers to determine how our brands will embrace and support these technologies.
In honor of the 10th anniversary of World Business Forum New York, we are taking a look back in time at the influential and inspirational speakers in #WBFNY’s history. Tom Peters spoke at the event in 2005 and continues to serve as an expert in the field of management today with his provocative ideas about how business should be done. In 2005 he spoke about “re-imagining marketing” and creating truly customer-centric companies. He inspired audience members to change, referring to innovation as “the engine” and saying, “Build to last is a fundamentally stupid idea in today’s economy.” He urged everyone to “get weird” in their future endeavors and even went as far as to say that he loves freaks. Below are the 6 reasons that he loves freaks, and why they play a crucial role in successful business.