November 20, 2014

KDY Conversations: Todd Rovak

Todd Rovak is Managing Partner at Fahrenheit 212 and the mind behind the unique theory, capabilities and talent that drive the company’s innovation process. He oversees F212’s ability to predictably unlock growth on behalf of both Fortune 500 companies and institutional investors, and is responsible for the commercial impact of the company’s work. While leading Fahrenheit 212’s strategy team, Todd developed the company’s first teaching methodology that helped transform innovation from a random exercise into a predictable, scalable capability.

You can watch Todd’s interview below:

At Designyatra 2014, Todd spoke on ‘going smaller to solve bigger problems’, among other things. He spoke of some interesting approaches that Fahrenheit 212 use while problem-solving, such as two-sided solutions – designing for user and business.

You can see Todd’s rather animated talk below or visit tv.kyoorius.com for more.

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