Paul D. Roberts – Principal

Innovation Process, Innovative Solutions, Innovative Ideas, art of problem solving, Creativity Keynote Speaker

Paul is a Community Partner at Synecticsworld and brings over 20 years of experience in the fields of Innovation and Creative Change, Economics, and Media and Entertainment to Synecticsworld’s West Coast Division.

Employing the deep and powerful Synectics Innovation Processes, Paul designs, facilitates, and trains organizations and their leadership teams toward innovative business solutions challenges and builds agility into their organizations to create the type of change that drives growth.

Synectics harness the concept of external stimuli to spark creativity, and Paul engages experts from analogous worlds to provide inputs and experiences that provoke profoundly new thinking about customer needs and invention designs.  These catalysts and experts are integral to our clients’ success in creating innovative ideas and building powerful new possibilities.

As a trained Economist, Paul has a deep understanding of quantitative analysis,  As an Economist he worked with his clients to conceive and develop innovative economic studies to illuminate the impact of our clients’ concerns by congressional voting districts.  Paul was the lead economist in spearheading Standard & Poor’s DRI (now IHS Global Insights) foray into consulting services to the Washington, D.C. based trade associations and lobbying industry.

Paul’s diverse background includes degrees from Queen’s University in Canada; a Masters Degree in Economics focusing on development economics and international responses to sovereign debt crises, and a BScH in Life Sciences.  Paul’s work in the entertainment field includes over 50 network Television and Film IMDB credits, the creation and development of the TV drama series “PINCH” for the Canadian Broadcast Corporation, and the production and marketing of films under the banners of Handbag Pictures LLC and Pinch Productions, LLC.

Paul lives with his wife and daughter in the UK.

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