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I’ve been attending TEDx events and enjoying incredible speakers on TED.com for the last few years. Every time I get fresh perspectives, insights and inspiration for my business and for my clients. ...

I’ve been attending TEDx events and enjoying incredible speakers on TED.com for the last few years. Every time I get fresh perspectives, insights and inspiration for my business and for my clients. Each 18-minute TED talk is packed with ideas worth spreading.

In The Innovation Recipe, we talk about the power of looking outside your own team and your own business, for fresh ideas and different ways to implement innovation. I’ve sliced and diced my highlights from TEDxMelbourne for all my clients who couldn’t attend.

So grab a cuppa and take five minutes out of your busy day for some food for thought.

Warm regards,

Jenny Vandyke, Zumbara Consulting
Author, The Innovation Recipe

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  • 1. TEDx Takeaways A taste of TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen | 3 December 2013
  • 2. I’ve been attending TEDx events and enjoying incredible speakers on TED.com for the last few years. Every time I get fresh perspectives, insights and inspiration for my business and for my clients. Each 18-minute TED talk is packed with ideas worth spreading. In The Innovation Recipe, we talk about the power of looking outside your own team and your own business, for fresh ideas and different ways to implement innovation. I’ve sliced and diced my highlights from TEDxMelbourne for all my clients who couldn’t attend. So grab a cuppa and take five minutes out of your busy day for some food for thought. Warm regards, Jenny Vandyke, Zumbara Consulting Author, The Innovation Recipe
  • 3. Speaker Line Up | Bios are available at http://tedxmelbourne.com/ 1. Tim Chan, I CAN Network 2. Morris Miselowski, Business Futurist 3. Tommy Emmanuel, Virtuoso guitarist 4. Tania de Jong, Soprano, Creativity Australia 5. Dr Keith Joe 6. Sami Shah, Comedian 7. Jon Osborne, Acoustic Design Engineer 8. Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commisioner 9. Lisa-Ann Gershwin, CSIRO 10.Plus, special mentions to Aacorn and stellar support acts: MC Zara Grose and entertainment from Three High Acrobatics
  • 4. Tim Chan, I CAN Network 1 Incredible opening keynote showing how non-verbal autism doesn’t have to mean ‘I can’t’ TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 5. Tim Chan, I CAN Network For years I was trapped in my own world, but thanks to my mum I began seeing the unseen TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 6. Tim Chan, I CAN Network I want people to see the unseen, to look beyond the packaging TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 7. Morris Miselowski, Business Futurist 2 Listen to yesterday, but speak to tomorrow Sometimes you're so full of the past there is no room for the future TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 8. Morris Miselowski, Business Futurist New skills are required for the next generations Collaboration, Communication & Creativity (Not just the Three R's) TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 9. Morris Miselowski, Business Futurist Our children will have 6 careers in their lifetime Our children will live to the age of 120 Our grandchildren will live to 150 TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 10. Morris Miselowski, Business Futurist By 2055 the number of Australians aged 100+ will jump from 2,800 to 78,000 TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 11. Morris Miselowski, Business Futurist The number of people living in cities will double in the next 40 years TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 12. Morris Miselowski, Business Futurist We cannot walk in to the future with what we currently believe, know, & do TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 13. Tommy Emmanuel, Virtuoso Guitarist 3 More than a performance deconstructing his unique performance style TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 14. Tommy Emmanuel, Virtuoso Guitarist Follow your passion and you’ll be one of the luckiest people in the world TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 15. Tommy Emmanuel, Virtuoso Guitarist He has become one of the world's greatest guitarists, without formal training - a self taught musician, playing 300 events a year TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 16. Tommy Emmanuel, Virtuoso Guitarist Music goes beyond what we see, hear and feel TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 17. Tommy Emmanuel, Virtuoso Guitarist Life is not a rehearsal so you had better get on with it TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 18. Tania de Jong, Soprano, Creativity Australia 4 Once, everyone could sing, but today most of us believe we can't We are all born creative, but as we grow up, many of us are told we can’t, and we stop believing that we are creative TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 19. Tania de Jong, Soprano, Creativity Australia Power of positive collisions to increase creativity - speaking with people who are very different from ourselves TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 20. Tania de Jong, Soprano, Creativity Australia With One Voice 15 corporate/community choirs around Australia Changing the world, one voice at a time TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 21. Dr Keith Joe 5 Gamification to reduce fear when kids go to hospital Turning a visit to the hospital in to a treasure hunt TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 22. Sami Shah, Comedian 6 Thought provoking take on the status of refugees in Australia Using humour to get people thinking TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 23. Sami Shah, Comedian ‘Warning people smugglers by sending refugees offshore is like warning rapists by forcing women to wear burkas’ TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 24. Sami Shah, Comedian Humour reveals our humanity TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 25. Jon Osborne, Acoustic Design Engineer 7 Did you know that Melbourne Recital Hall isn't touching the ground? Aural design for performance spaces TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 26. Jon Osborne, Acoustic Design Engineer Silence is the blank canvas with which musicians work TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 27. Jon Osborne, Acoustic Design Engineer How to measure the success of a great performance - does it give you goose bumps? TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 28. Jon Osborne, Acoustic Design Engineer Music on our MP3 players is compressed. Compressed music doesn't give you goose bumps TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 29. Jon Osborne, Acoustic Design Engineer We live in a noisy world, and we take this noise for granted TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 30. Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner 8 Focussing on men to deliver equality for women TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 31. Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner Changing the system from within through Male Champions of Change Champions of Change are asking how many women are speaking at an event before agreeing to speak TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 32. Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner 60% of university graduates are women but the story is still very different in the boardroom TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 33. Elizabeth Broderick, Sex Discrimination Commissioner ‘My proudest legacy won’t be the work I’ve done with the Defence Force, Champions of Change or Paid Parental Leave. My proudest legacy will be raising a son who believes in equality for women’ TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 34. Lisa-Ann Gershwin, CSIRO 9 Jelly fish are the ultimate weed They replicate in 13 different ways TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 35. Lisa-Ann Gershwin, CSIRO Jelly fish are taking over due to overfishing, shipping transport, pollution and climate change Jelly fish are shutting down ships and nuclear power plants TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 36. Lisa-Ann Gershwin, CSIRO The ocean is the world's life support system We don't have a fix for the damage we're doing But, we do have a choice as to how far we let the oceans degrade TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 37. Aacorn 10 Special mention: Aacorn is an innovative app that allows non-verbal kids to communicate at (or near) the same speed as other kids communicate TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 38. The support acts 11 Special mention: Stellar supporting act from refreshing MC Zara Grose from Humour Australia, and a guest performance from the talented Three High Acrobatics TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 39. Looking ahead to 2014 What can you do in your business to see the unseen? TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen
  • 40. Albert Einstein Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts TEDxMelbourne | Seeing the Unseen