We sit down with 3 young innovators: Nadiyah Johnson, Paula Van Camp, and Efrain Torres. All 3 are pursuing innovation at a young age and in entirely different industries. This episode was recorded live at the 707Hub on Marquette University's campus.
We sit down with the CEO of Trek Bicycles, John Burke, and his son, Founder and President of GoGeddit Marketing and Media, Richie Burke. We discuss the challenges of running their respective businesses, the pressures and privileges of a family business, how to foster an environment where everyone is focused on finding a better way, and how their relationship has changed over time. Enjoy!
We sit down with Kate Trevey and go behind the scenes on the journey to Innovators on Tap and discuss how the Marquette E-Lead program seeks to develop young leaders by encouraging them to think differently and challenge the status quo.
We sit down with Marquette University President Michael Lovell and discuss his personal connection to trauma, what research has shown about the effects of trauma, and his efforts to help create a community based solution with SWIM – Scaling Wellness in Milwaukee.
We sit down with Marquette University President Michael Lovell for an open and honest conversation about the future of higher-ed and how his experience with leading innovation makes him uniquely positioned to guide Marquette through this challenging time.
We sit down with author (Sprint, Make Time) and designer John Zeratsky and discuss the characteristics we saw in successful teams, the influence his childhood had on his career, and we even debate if Google is still innovative.
We sit down with Marquette University Men's Basketball Coach Steve Wojciechowski and discuss how innovation is changing the game of basketball, how he determines if some has, or can be taught, the will to win, and how he teaches his players lessons that they can use outside the game of basketball.