Arie Brish Commercializing Innovation
Interview with founder and CEO at CXO360 Arie Brish on Commerical Innovation
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Hi, and welcome to the show!
On today’s show I have the pleasure of welcoming back founder and CEO at CXO360 Arie Brish to talk about various aspects of his work including differentiation techniques, emotional aspects behind products and services, human aspects of the innovation process, learning curves and innovation challenges found inside large corporations.
Arie is a cross-functional expert in growth strategies, commercializing innovation, change leadership and turn-around. He is a best-selling author of ‘Lay an Egg and Make Chicken Soup”. He also teaches and speaks frequently about commercializing innovation.
Arie holds a BSEE from Ben Gurion University, an MBA from Recanati School of Business Tel-Aviv University, an Energy Technology certificate from the University of Texas, along with numerous executive training programs at Motorola University, and continuous education with National Association and Corporate Directors.
Arie shares lessons learnt and best-practices from a wide variety of projects in different industries and across diverse business disciplines. His business acumen includes Board of Directors and Advisory Boards, CEO and GM roles, M&A, business development, turnarounds and change leadership, working with Fortune 500 corporations, start-ups, Venture Capitalists and Private Equity, consulting engagements, academia as well as non-profits.
During this content-rich call, Arie not only shares insights into his fascinating work, he also talks about his wonderful book “Lay an Egg and Make Chicken Soup”, and how he can help you commercialize your idea.
To learn more about Arie’s specialized services, CXO360, or to contact him directly, click the link below.
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