Gregg Fraley is a serial entrepreneur, Emmy-Award winner and international expert in creative problem solving providing consultancy to Fortune 500 corporations.
A keynote speaker on company innovation and commercial creativity, Gregg’s business novel Jack’s Notebook features on reading lists from University of California Berkeley’s MBA to Judge Business School and City University, in the UK.
Always a pioneer, his Emmy-award winning team at Warner Cable’s QUBE earned a cable ACE Award for innovation.
Gregg has trained scores of professionals in Creative Problem Solving (CPS) using the Osborn-Parnes model, working as a master teacher for the Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI), where he also served as a board member 2003-2007. Gregg continues and extends this work through KILN, a firm he co-founded in 2010 to create IdeaKeg, a unique subscription service for company teams to generate breakthrough thinking.
As a consultant to corporations, his projects span culture assessment, ideation and qualitative research, as well as training scores of professionals in Creative Problem Solving (CPS), idea generation, creative selling and team building. Innovation Excellence named Gregg one of the Top 40 Innovation Bloggers in 2012, 2013 and again in 2014.
Gregg’s creative streak extends into the arts. He’s an illustrator, one-time professional photographer, his top-selling business book takes the form of a novel and he is active in Indigan Storytelling, a performance group based in Harbour Country outside Chicago. As an improvisational actor, Gregg cracked comedy’s toughest city, Chicago, where he performed with Players Workshop of Second City and with Improv Olympics.
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