For over 30 years, William Miller has been an internationally-recognized expert on values centered corporate innovation. As co-founder of Values Centered Innovation Inc., he heads up their consulting practice and thought-leadership development. He is also president of the Global Creativity Corporation (since 1987). Previously he was Head of the Innovation Management program at the Stanford Research Institute (SRI International, mid-1980’s), and corporate manager of training and development for Victor Equipment Co., USA's largest manufacturer of gas-welding equipment (1970s). William has been acclaimed multiple times by Leadership Excellence as among the top 30 leadership consultants worldwide. Two of his five books have been rated among the top 30 business books of the year in the USA by Executive Book Summaries: The Creative Edge and Flash of Brilliance. His audio program Creativity: The Eight Masters Keys was the first audio-tape training program ever endorsed by Fortune Magazine. William has also published over two dozen articles, been quoted in Fortune Magazine and the US News & World Report, and interviewed on PBS radio and CNN-TV. As a co-founder of the Global Dharma Center, he has expanded his focus to include the emerging practice of spiritual-based leadership. William has been a Guest Faculty member in the graduate schools of business at Stanford University (MBA program) and the University of Dallas (DBA program). He has consulted in countries such as: India, China, Japan, Singapore, England, France, Holland, Czechoslovakia, Canada, and the USA. His clients have included corporations such as: AT&T, Baxter Healthcare, Charles Schwab, Chevron, Ciba Geigy, Compaq, Disney Institute, Dow Elanco, DuPont, Eli Lilly, Exxon Chemical, Ford, HCL Technologies, HP, IBM, Infosys, Kraft Foods, Levi Strauss, L&T Technology Services, Motorola, Northern Telecom, Philips Electronics, Pillsbury, Pizza Hut, Procter & Gamble, Samsung, Shell Canada, Silicon Graphics, Taco Bell, and 3M. He has been a keynote speaker at public management conferences sponsored by organizations such as the Association for Talent Development (ATD) and the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), and private corporate conferences sponsored by companies such as DuPont, 3M, Conoco, and AT&T.