Lindsay Collier had a storied career with Kodak beginning as an engineer and becoming their expert in creativity and innovation. He also did some pioneer work focusing on humor in the workplace. He took an early retirement to write, consult, and speak about these topics and his books and presentations are characterized as being original, fun, and packed-full of good, usable stuff. After the loss of his 1st wife of 40 years to ovarian cancer he also wrote what might be one of the most creative books on surviving loss.
Lindsay is an author and speaker well known for his humorous and information packed presentations. His latest books include Organizational Mental Floss; How to Squeeze Your Organization's Thinking Juices, Organizational Braindroppings; Musings on Organizational Change, Quotations to Tickle Your Brain, How to Live Happily Ever After, and Surviving the Loss of Your Loved One; Jan's Rainbow. Others are on the way
This is a collection of articles written on organizational breakthrough and change by the expert on creativity, innovation, and strategic exploration in a major US corporation. Challenging, fun, and different!
This book contains 12 things you can do to live a long, happy life. The creative ideas here are easy and fun to implement and should help anyone who is knocking on the door of their "golden years" to thoroughly enjoy the experience.
Warning!! This book may be very dangerous to the status quo of your organization. It will take you on a journey of discovery to places you may have never been to before. It will change the way you think about what is possible for the future of your team or organization. But, no fear, the trip will be a blast! The ideas in here are new, very different, extremely powerful, and fun to implement.
The day after Lindsay Collier lost his wife of 40 years to Ovarian Cancer a huge rainbow surrounded his home. This, along with a number of other signs, inspired him to write this book. This book contains many remarkable stories of how those loved ones we have lost stay connected and some very creative and comforting ideas of how to deal with loss.