Gregg Fraley speaks with thought-provoking passion about all things creativity & innovation -- communicating cutting edge ideas, proven methods, insightful perspectives, & innovative take-home actions steps. He informs and inspires -- delivering keynotes, seminars, and trainings with humor & idea-generating energy.
As an innovation facilitator, Gregg has helped many organizations reach their new product or service development goals. Whether it's brainstorming a one-time effort or facilitating an on-going training program, he adds valuable professional experience and creative perspective that helps achieve results.
Jack’s Notebook is a business novel that has readers learning a framework for deliberate creativity. It’s a fast-paced story illustrating the CPS process (also known as the Osborn-Parnes model). CPS is used widely in innovation -- but training is expensive and not widely offered -- it’s been a corporate secret. Jack’s Notebook has been adopted by small companies, university professors, students, start-up founders, innovation team leaders -- people who share the need to solve complex challenges -- with innovative solutions. Jack’s Notebook is required reading for MBA, design, marketing, innovation, and other courses. St. John’s, Cambridge’s Judge Business School, University of California at Berkeley, and University of Seattle are among those schools that use Jack’s Notebook.AVAILABLE ON KINDLE, HARDCOVER, AND PAPERBACK
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