Langdon Morris is an award-winning innovator and innovation consultant, as well as a best-selling author with more than 15 innovation books to his credit. He leads the innovation consulting practice of InnovationLabs LLC, where he is senior partner and co-founder. Recent clients include Airbus, Covance, Kaiser Permanente, Leidos, Stanford Health Care, Tata Group, Total Oil, UNICEF, US Navy, UST Global, and the governments of China, Malaysia, Singapore, and New Zealand. He is also President of FutureLab Blockchain, a blockchain technology incubator, and co-chair of the Innovation Council at Red Team Engineering. His work focuses on developing, teaching, and applying advanced methods in innovation and strategy to solve complex problems with very high levels of creativity, and he is recognized as one the world’s leading thinkers and consultants on innovation and strategy. His original and ground-breaking work has been adopted by corporations and universities on every continent to help them improve their innovation processes and the results they achieve. His breakthrough white paper, Business Model Warfare is a landmark in the field, and is used as a standard reference at universities and corporations worldwide. His book Fourth Generation R&D, coauthored with William L. Miller, is considered a classic in the field of R&D management, and his more recent works Agile Innovation, The Agile Innovation Master Plan and Permanent Innovation are recognized as three of the leading innovation books of the last 5 years. His most recent books are Blockchain City: Community, Technology, and Meaning, The Big Shift, and Foresight and Extreme Creativity: Strategy for the 21st Century, a comprehensive review of the major forces that are driving social and economic change. He is adjunct faculty at the University of Wisconsin Center for Corporate Creativity, formerly Senior Practice Scholar at the Ackoff Center of the University of Pennsylvania, and formerly Innovation Coordinator at Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. He is a frequent keynote speaker, and has also taught MBA courses in innovation and strategy at the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées (France) and Universidad de Belgrano (Argentina), and has lectured at universities on 4 continents, including Chaoyang University of Technology (Taiwan), Conservatoire Nationale des Arts et Métiers (France), University of Colorado, University of North Carolina, and Rochester Institute of Technology (USA), University of Nairobi, and Shanghai Jao Tong University (China).