Amy Radin
Executive Advisor at Pragmatic Innovation Partners

Amy Radin is the Principal at Pragmatic Innovation Partners and an innovation advisor with over 30 years of experience in the financial sector. Radin is the author of author of The Change Maker's Playbook: How to Seek, Seed and Scale Innovation in Any Company. She was named a Director to Watch in 2022, and her previous accolades include being named Most Powerful Woman in Banking (US Banker, 2007), receiving the Nichols Award for Enterprise, Integrity, and Service from New York University Stern Graduate School of Business (2007), and being included on the list of the Top 25 Global Champions of Innovation (BusinessWeek, 2006). Radin received her M.B.A (with a concentration in marketing) from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Innovation is difficult to quantify on a balance sheet, so here are the techniques you need to communicate its value to finance teams.
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Innovators can’t be afraid to buck some trends.
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Reframe how you develop performance indicators to avoid this pitfall.
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Whether it’s their first job out of college or a post-pivot role, newcomers require special attention. Read on to learn how to help them thrive, plus six tips to maximize their 90-day plan.
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Paradigm shifts only seem like they come out of nowhere. Innovators see the signs, however faint, that something big is coming.
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Questions can open up your capacity to embrace change and find better answers. Here’s how to become a better questioner.
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Going back to pre-pandemic methods and assumptions means your company misses the opportunity to adapt to today’s realities. These are seven rules to help recognize and break old paradigms that no longer work.