Making the Invisible Visible – The Human Principles for Sustaining Innovation About the Presenters: Bob Rosenfeld is a research chemist with several patents to his name, an entrepreneur who has been in business for over 17 years, a co-founder of the Association of Managers of Innovation, and currently he is the “Innovator in Residence” at the Center for Creative Leadership. Bob’s passion for sustaining innovation goes back to his days at Eastman Kodak where he founded the first “Office of Innovation” in a major US corporation. This experience helped him to hone his knowledge of what it takes to sustain innovation over the long haul. For years, he has been working with major US corporations as well as Not-for-Profit and Government organizations showing them how to achieve real breakthrough results. Gary Wilhelmi is an electrical engineer who has spent over thirty years developing new and innovative products. His experience includes development work in such areas as high tech laser and optical systems, first generation fiber optics communication systems, biotechnology innovation, consumer products resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in sales, sensory research, packaging material innovation, etc. In his career he has successfully developed and implemented innovation breakthroughs using internal organizational resources as well as creating virtual R&D organizations using external resources. This experience provides a unique insight into what is required to create and then sustain innovation in today’s rapidly changing world. Like Bob, Gary understands the eight principles inside and out and he brings his practical expertise to the webinar.