Diana Kander is an innovation nerd.
Her unrelenting curiosity has led her to study some pretty big questions:
How did Kodak invent the digital camera and still go out of business? What does Amazon do behind the scenes to engineer one breakthrough after another? And how has Snoop Dogg continued to innovate decade after decade to stay relevant to each generation?
Are we going to keep pretending that this third person bio wasn’t actually written by Diana?
Yes. Yes “we” are.
A serial entrepreneur who entered the United States as a refugee from Ukraine at the age of 8, Diana had launched and sold millions of dollars worth of products and services by her early thirties. Today, she is an innovation consultant, keynote speaker, and New York Times bestselling author whose books have been taught in over 100 universities.
And her parents would like you to know that her sister is a doctor.
As a consultant, Diana has helped create multi-billion dollar products, coached boards and executive committees on innovation best-practices, and implemented culture transformations. She brings these experiences to each and every keynote, delivering entertaining case studies and perspective shifting stories.
Diana has truly cracked the code on how Curiosity can serve as the catalyst for exponential growth, and she thrives on helping audiences understand that they can get better results if they learn how to ask better questions.
Also, she can juggle. And do a handstand. Though not both at the same time . . . yet.