01 Sep September 2, 2015 – Invisible Organization Mitch Russo & Creative Strategy Bob Caporale
Mitch Russo started as an Electrical Engineer, but he has spent time selling computer chips, in the software business as the founder of Timeslips Corp (sold to Sage Plc), in the VC community, and as the CEO of FurnitureFan.com. In 2007, his 21 year friendship with Chet Holmes led him to work with him directly. He became the CEO/President of Tony Robbins and Chet Holmes Business Breakthroughs joint venture after starting at the bottom, part time helping recruit sales people for Chet. As part of that assignment, he built the recruitment division for Chet and tripled his sales force, by taking his basic tools and systematizing them using policies & procedures along with software to improve results. This paved the way for his book on invisible organizations. He explains how to build teams with no office space, just employees that you have never met!
Bob Caporale – Author of Creative Strategy Generation: Using Passion and Creativity to Compose Business Strategies That Inspire Action and Growth and President of Sequent Learning Networks
Bob Caporale is an internationally acclaimed author, speaker, and business thought leader. He has held executive leadership positions in marketing and engineering for Pirelli, was the President of the utility business at Thomas & Betts Corporation, and led Thomas & Betts’ global Product Management and Technology teams, where he had oversight and responsibility for over 50 brands, over 100 product lines, and led and managed 6 acquisitions of multi-million dollar businesses. Bob specializes in general management, product management, and strategic development for global business-to-business companies and is excited to have the unique opportunity to share his experiences through Sequent Learning Networks, a training and advisory company focused on the fields of product management, product marketing, and strategic planning. Bob is also an accomplished keyboardist and composer, having run his own project and soundtrack studio through which he has written, produced, and marketed several independently released albums. He is excited to be able to bring these two worlds of business leadership and music composition together in his new book, “Creative Strategy Generation” (McGraw-Hill, 2015), in which he explores the parallels between the strategic development process and the very creative process of composing music.