Who is Braden Kelley?
I am an innovation speaker, trainer, marketing strategist, and recognized thought leader.
And also co-founded the world's most popular innovation web site:
"I help organizations use social media and other tools to attract and engage customers, partners, and employees to help the organization achieve its goals.
If you're looking to create a culture of innovation, tackle some of your innovation barriers, train your employees to be more innovative, or build a more profitable, more social business -- let's talk."
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Category Archives: Social Media
The world is changing and needs Social Business Architects. Gone is the epoch of the passive consumer, now customers want a say. At the same time, the quest for survival and growth is causing companies to stop looking at suppliers … Continue reading →
Distributing Innovation Knowledge for Innovation Success Is innovation in your organization a project? Or are you trying to embed innovation into your organization as a new core competency? Is innovation part of the new business as usual you are trying … Continue reading →
“Social media serves an incredibly important role in innovation. Social media functions as the glue to stick together incomplete knowledge, incomplete ideas, incomplete teams, and incomplete skillsets.” – Braden Kelley “Social media can help ideas grow and thrive that would … Continue reading →
Social media serves an incredibly important role in innovation. Social media functions as the glue to stick together incomplete knowledge, incomplete ideas, incomplete teams, and incomplete skillsets. Social media is not some mysterious magic box. Ultimately it is a tool … Continue reading →
My presidential campaign picked up a lot of steam in 2008, but of course I came up short. Should I make another run for the presidency in 2012? If you didn’t know I was a front-running presidential candidate in 2008, … Continue reading →
The twittersphere erupted with news of GM’s announcement that it was refusing to pay for 2013 Super Bowl advertisements and $10 Million worth of advertising on Facebook. Much of the popular press and self-proclaimed social media experts are jumping on … Continue reading →
A few years ago I published a white paper on “Effective Conversational Marketing” and it is still relevant today as my service offering evolves to a B2B Pull Marketing focus. Here is an excerpt: “Introduction What is conversational marketing? Conversational … Continue reading →
It used to be that when you formed a rock band to seek fame and fortune, all you had to do was find a lead singer, a guitarist, a bass player, a drummer, and maybe another guitarist or a keyboard … Continue reading →