Marcia Conner works with ordinary people doing ingenious work and mediocre organizations realizing their employees can work in inspiring ways. She features stories of both in her upcoming book on ingenuity. She is an advisor to Esther Dyson's Way to Wellville initiative, a TEDMentor, member of Telefónica’s Disruptive Council, fellow of the Darden School of Business, and special agent with Change Agents Worldwide. Her last book was The New Social Learning: A Guide to Transforming Organizations Through Social Media. Superpowers include moving mountains, fighting phoniness, and inspiring others to join her journey to level up the world.
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