Who is Jeanne Goldie and Why is she Not Done Yet?
I’m a “Start it Up” or “Turn it Around” plug-in strategist for businesses. I’m the person hired when a business wants to fix something that’s broken or create something entirely new. In 2020, I gave a TED talk about how we’re looking for corporate innovation in all the wrong places.I’ve spent the last ten years writing about how companies and people navigate through change, innovation and intrapreneurship.
I’ve worked in the Financial Services industry leading organizational sales strategy after doing similar work in the fintech, government and non-profit sector. I’ve worked on projects as varied as redesigning public housing, historic preservation, fintech start-up companies, opening an African American research library, and had a really wild stint as a wedding planner. (Yes, there is video). Did I mention I was once an accountant as well? (no video of that – sorry). I’m a proud Alum of Emory University’s Goizueta Business School and the Andrew Young School of Public Policy at Georgia State University.
I write about creating organizational change and intrapreneurship at 52weekturnaround and how people over 45 can flex their innovation muscles at Thenext5things. You can find me on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and Twitter. You can find a list of my other publications here.
All the opinions on this and my other sites are my own, and do not in any way reflect on my current employer. As a matter of fact, I will only be sharing one story from my current company, involving the desert, teambuilding and SPF 70. You’ll know it when you find it. Otherwise they’re off limits.
You can reach me via the contact page. Looking forward to hearing from you.
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