Mary Ellen Kuhn

Mary Ellen Kuhn

Creativity, intuition, curiosity, and imagination will be the skill sets most in demand for the next generation of employees, predicted Monday’s IFT FIRST keynoter, Duncan Wardle, former head of innovation and creativity at Disney in a session titled “Embedding Innovation Into Everyone’s DNA.”

Cultivating innovation and creativity is challenging, however, Wardle explained in a lively, interactive featured session. That’s because our educational system and professiona…

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Mary Ellen Kuhn is executive editor of Food Technology magazine ([email protected]).
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