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London-based creative training, consulting & strategic design company providing onsite & public courses on the Creative Problem Solving Process, team-building, leadership, entrepreneurial mindset, business storytelling, applied improvisation and innovation facilitation. We run ideation sessions, we mentor, we coach, we deliver. In all we do, we're here to make you more agile & more successful in the face of change. 

Why Gregg Fraley ranks in Innovation Excellence’s Top 40


Why Gregg Fraley ranks in Innovation Excellence’s Top 40

Kate Hammer


The new year started with the excellent news that KILN’s chief solver (and Creative Problem Solving expert) Gregg Fraley was named by the leading online platform Innovation Excellence as one of 2012′s Top 40 bloggers on innovation topics.

In looking back, we can see why Gregg earned this peer accolade. Gregg has written 88 posts to date, all related to innovation and the related fields of creativity, trends, self-expression and leadership.

Gregg’s post on creative style was picked up by Smartbrief on Leadership, and was republished by Innovation Excellence (If Steve Jobs Worked for You, You’d Probably Fire Him)It’s an eye opener and it was virally re-tweeted. Gregg’s post on innovation training was also picked up by Smartbrief and was widely read and distributed (Training is Innovation Accelerant) — oddly, while it’s a somewhat obvious insight it’s one that has been routinely overlooked.

Gregg’s the only Innovation blogger we know who does his own cartoons — In 2012, Gregg did 12. Our favorite is How to Avoid Innovation Infarction.

You can count on Gregg to blog on specific tools, techniques and innovation frameworks. Check outDo The Mash & Scaffolding Your Way to Better Ideasfor cutting edge techniques. In 2012, Gregg produced two series: One had to do with small business innovation — Guerilla Innovation, and another had to do with a Gonzeaux Innovation Roadtrip — with views of innovation through middle America. He’s also written a half a dozen book or movie reviews this year with the innovation lens — his fave is –Moneyball is Innovationball

Gregg’s readership varies widely from post to post, but many posts have had over 5,000 hits, and this is without a lot (any) of Google Gerrymandering (search engine optimization). So bookmark so you don’t miss out in 2013.

And visit Innovation Excellence to stay up to speed on a wealth of great ideas and latest thinking.