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An entrepreneurial thought-leader, Frans Johansson is the author of the best-selling book, "The Medici Effect."
Translated into 22 languages and named one of the ten best business books of the year by Amazon.com, the book is a fascinating journey to the "Intersection": the place where ideas from different fields and cultures collide, exploding into extraordinary new innovations. Johansson shows that by combining what you and your organization do best with something slightly different, you just may change the world. Johansson's second book, The Click Moment: Seizing Opportunity in an Unpredictable World was named by Fast Company as one of the best business books in 2012. In it, he says success is random - more random than we think - but there are steps we can take to reach that "click moment" where opportunity and strategy collide.
Raised at the "Intersection" most of his life, Johansson grew up in Sweden with his African American and Cherokee mother and Swedish father. He earned a BS from Brown University, and went on to earn a MBA at the Harvard Business School.
Also a successful business owner, Johansson is a consultant and managing director for a hedge fund, as well as the previous co-founder of a Boston-based software company and a medical device company based in Baltimore, Maryland and Stockholm, Sweden. Frans also serves on the New York Hall of Science Board of Trustees.
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