About the Author
Author, Marketer and Corporate Anarchist Marc Marsan is the founder of the nationally renowned think tank Marco Polo Explorers and one of America's most inventive minds. His radical ideation techniques have helped create successful new products for Fortune 500 companies, including Gatorade, Nike, Procter & Gamble and AT&T. Since 1990, Marc has initiated more than 500 BIG IDEA sessions and spoken to tens of thousands of people on the power of innovation and creativity with his "Think Naked" speeches. You may have seen Marc on Dateline NBC, the Montel Williams show, in Redbook Magazine and most recently with Barbara Walters on ABC-TV's hit morning show The View. Hes even in the 1992 Guinness Book of Records for organizing the "World's Largest Dance." (Imagine 48,000 people doing the funky chicken!) In 1998, the Mazda Corporation named Marc one of America's top Out-of-the-Box Thinkers.
A consumer trends expert and member of the World Future Society, Marc holds several design patents. At home in Cincinnati, Ohio, hes Dad to a twelve-year-old son and teaches a class on innovation at the UC Graduate School of Business. Marc has remained a local and national board member of the Leukemia Society of America for over 15 years, a close personal cause.
His book, "Who Are You When Nobody's Looking?" is available in the US, Australia and England. His second book, "Think Naked" will be released late 2001. You can contact Marc at MM@Marco-Polo-Explorers.com.