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Published on Aug 10, 2015
Working in a creative environment where you're expected to be brilliant at a moments notice is nothing short of chaos. During the chaos, you must learn to harness your talents and like a spark, come up with brilliantly creative ideas on demand. My talk discusses how I've learned to keep my team and my students motivated in the midst of a chaotic work environment and to help them come up with ideas that are nothing short of amazing.
John Rouda is an IT professional and Computer Science Professor. Currently, he manages a team of web and mobile app developers and teaches as an adjunct faculty member at York Technical College and at Winthrop University. John has over 50 mobile apps in the Apple Appstore as well as over 20 in the Google Play Marketplace. He holds two master degrees, one in Business Administration and one in Computer Science. He has written 2 books that can be found on Amazon & Audible. John is married to a beautiful wife and has two wonderful kids who he dearly loves. He volunteers for his church and enjoys running, even though he’s slow. You can find out more about John at http://www.johnrouda.com/ or follow him on twitter @johnrouda.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx