"There are sub-cultures within the culture," said Kimberly Davis at Fast Company's recent Most Creative People in Business event. "[That's] where you can actually have pockets of innovation."
How many times have you heard a horror story of how debaucherous Facebook photos have ended the chances of a job candidate?
Who is more powerful: 400-million-user strong Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, or the leader of the free world?
That was the question posed to Soraya Darabi, #53 on our Most Creative People in Business list, who explained that their power, at least in terms of reach of voice, is not so different.
Asked at Fast Company's Most Creative People event last week about how she asks others to take risks, (RED) CEO Susan Smith Ellis offered a one-word answer.
"Nerve," said Ellis, who was featured as #25 on our Most Creative People in Business list.
Adidas came up with an ingenious viral marketing campaign tied to its Star Wars collaboration. Too bad it offended the entire nation of Japan.