LDRLB (pronounced “leader lab”) is a podcast that shares insights from research on leadership, innovation, and strategy. We feature content and interviews with some of the brightest minds in the field of leadership, innovation, strategy, talent management and organizational behavior. Previous guests have included Daniel Pink, Robert Sutton, Marshall Goldsmith, Marcus Buckingham, Jim Kouzes, Teresa Amabile and more.
Our Blog Contributors
David Burkus is Assistant Professor of Management at Oral Roberts University. He is the founder and editor of LDRLB. He is the author of the forthcoming book Myths of Creativity to be published in Fall 2013.
John R. Bell is the retired CEO of coffee/confectioner Jacobs Suchard’s North American business, now part of Kraft Foods. After Kraft, he became a strategy and branding consultant for several of the globe’s most respected blue-chip consumer goods companies. Currently, he is a regular blogger at www.ceoafterlife.com , an online contributor to Fortune and Forbes, and a self-professed wannabe novelist. John can be found on Twitter @JohnRichardBell.
Bret Simmons is a professor at the College of Business at the University of Nevada, Reno. He teaches undergraduate and MBA courses in Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Entrepreneurial Psychology, and Research Methods. He took his PhD in Management from Oklahoma State University. He can be reached by email here or at his blog at bretlsimmons.com.
Tim Vanderpyl is a Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) with Canada’s largest catholic healthcare organization. He holds a Master of Arts in Leadership from Trinity Western University and is working toward a Doctorate in Strategic Leadership at Regent University. He can be reached by email here or at his website timvanderpyl.com.
Puja Ghelani is the founder of Strategistas.com, which provides fresh insight on issues affecting women in strategy: the triumphs and challenges they experience, and the lessons we can learn from them.
Timothy Kastelle is Senior Lecturer in Innovation Management at The University
of Queensland Business School in Brisbane, Australia. He studies, writes,
teaches and consults on the topic of innovation management, with a focus
on how to drive growth through innovation. You can find him on Twitter or at his personal blog, Innovation for Growth.