70% of your Employees are Not Engaged.
That's according to our friends at Gallup who measure this on weekly average. David J. Neff and Randal C. Moss knew such employees. And that's why they helped start the internal idea engine at the American Cancer Society, and became more engaged than they ever imagined.
David and Randal bring experiences from both side of the innovation coin. Randal acted as a Venture Capitalist (VC) as the Director of the American Cancer Society's Futuring and Innovation Center. Using his keen eye for people, process and technology to surface the best ideas inside the $1billion+ organization. David acted as an internal entrepreneur (an intrapreneuer) who twice created, pitched, secured funding, and developed breakthrough ideas for the American Cancer Society.
Together Randal and David have taken all the lessons they learned since then, and what they've learned consulting Fortune 500 and nonprofit clients and compiled them into an innovation field guide that will drive growth at any sized company, government agency or nonprofit.
So who are David and Randal?
David J. Neff helps people for a living. As an award winning author, speaker, teacher and consultant he has been driving innovation and digital strategy work with Fortune 500 clients and nonprofits for over 15 years. David’s been quoted by news outlets such as NPR, Mashable, Austin American Statesman, Hubspot, Austin Monthly, and The Huffington Post. And has spoken at such diverse places such as SXSW (6x), The American Marketing Association, Nonprofit Technology Conference, Abila's Software Developer Conference, PBS’s National CEO Conference and TEDx.
Randal C. Moss is an award winning marketer who focuses on engaging organizations and applying technology to drive growth. He has over 12 years of experience including institutionalizing innovation development frameworks, and creating consumer engagement solutions for companies and clients across the CPG, Real Estate, and nonprofit sectors. Randal has spoken at conferences such as SXSW, State of Play, National Human Services Assembly National Meeting, and the American Marketing Association Hot Topic Tour.