Today she’s crafting her role at Citigroup in the fashion of a Silicon Valley venture capitalist. With strong backing from Prince, Radin is building a portfolio of small, ethnographically derived and metric-proven innovation ideas. Like any good VC, Radin expects some to fail. But that’s good. “We are building failure into the model,” says Radin. It’s the VC model—diversify your assets and see which hits.
Written by Glen Mohr
Since 2001, Glen has designed and managed professional development programs that develop leaders and deliver innovative solutions simultaneously. Clients, including Citigroup (11 years), Merrill Lynch (5 years), and PNC (2 years), consistently achieve the goals of more self-aware and capable leaders, ongoing organizational capacity for innovation, and innovative solutions to client needs - of which a high percentage move forward to generate revenue. He has personally coached hundreds of teams and has recruited and trained a team of expert coaches. He holds a Masters from Harvard with a concentration in Technology in Education and a BS in Architecture from the University of Virginia.
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