Jon Littman

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Jon Littman

The Entrepreneur’s Faces: How Makers, Visionaries and Outsiders Succeed, my new book with Susanna Camp, is the culmination of my deep knowledge and passion for entrepreneurship and innovation. It’s my tenth book, and I believe it will usher in a new human-centric model for entrepreneurs and professionals seeking purpose in our new digital reality. I collaborated previously with IDEO on two major bestsellers, including The Art of Innovation (over 650,000 books sold worldwide). Today, with Susanna Camp, I deliver a full suite of digital (and physical) offerings to groups from all over the world, from innovation, design thinking and entrepreneurship seminars, to executive courses. We work a lot with groups from Europe, Portugal, Brazil and Asia.


Creativity, Innovation and Applied Design is a dream graduate class I teach for international students at the University of San Francisco. I am also an Entrepreneur in Residence with the Paris-headquartered global consultancy, Schoolab. My eight works of non-fiction published with major NY houses include two true crime books on notorious hackers, The Fugitive Game and The Watchman (translated into more than fourteen languages and optioned for films). My IDEO books are considered Innovation classics, and remain popular and relevant to a new generation of entrepreneurs. For many years I was a contributing editor at Playboy, and five of my books and articles have been optioned for films.


Clients include Estee Lauder, Sony, Lululemon, Gillette, Leadership Business Consulting, Silicon Innovation Center, Gap, Deckers Brands, Outglocal, Idean, USF and the Haas School of Business.


Keynote speaker in the U.S., Europe, China and Canada on subjects ranging from innovation to entrepreneurship and startups.


Winner of New York Press Club Award, and Peter Lisagor Award for Exemplary Journalism.


Specialties: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, Startups, Storytelling, Writing, Pitching, Editing, Publishing, Branding, Naming, Design.