Randy Nelson, founder of Pixar University
It's time to wrap up a conversation where we were learning so much from our guest that we couldn’t fit it all into one episode. So if you haven’t heard our last episode, “How can you create a culture of curiosity? - Part 1,” we really recommend going back to that one first.
But just in case, here’s a review–we recently caught up with Randy Nelson, founder of Pixar University. He walked us through his early days as a juggler, meeting and getting hired by Steve Jobs, seeing what Pixar looked for in a new hire, and eventually being tasked with standing up an educational arm within Pixar that could help the company preserve its alchemic culture, even as it continued to grow.
So today, we’ll keep digging into the question…
HOW CAN YOU CREATE A CULTURE OF CURIOSITY?
It’s part 2 of our conversation with Randy Nelson, on this episode of Lead With a Question.
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