About me


No surprise, innovation fascinates me, for a broad range of reasons. Mainly because I’ve always enjoyed sharing these little bits of ideas which take us further. I think innovation is proximate and universal, common and specific at the same time. Moving forward, it looks like innovation might turn out to be critical and necessary (a gut feeling I have, or a dream, you tell me).

I have worked in small, medium, large, XXL size businesses, and driven a wide variety of innovation related projects. As a marketing and strategy professional, I’ve had to define innovation stories, help picture the future, size the gap, build the bridge. As a great story-teller, I thought I’d write a blog about these bridges and other wonderful structures that take us from today to tomorrow. And see where they take me.

I live in France with my family, enjoy writing, playing music, learning all sort of things. And sharing a cup of tea with smiling and loved faces.

Contact: johanna.camp @ weareinnovation.org

They talk about me

Today’s vision, Leadership Matters (Mike Lehr)

8 thoughts on “About me

  1. Hey WeAreInnovation, good article. I work at Record and we’re currently looking for freelancers. I think you’d be a nice addition to our roster.

    We pay our freelancers 70% of the advertising profit that their articles generate. If you’re interested, send your info at http://www.newsrecord.co/opportunities. If you mention that I commented on this article, you’ll be accepted right away.


  2. Hi.

    Per our conversation in LinkedIn, wanted to see if you’d be interested in reading my new book that comes out from Penguin next February. It’s called, Heartificial Intelligence: Embracing Our Humanity to Maximize Machines. If you send me your email addy, I’ll send it your way.

    Again, thanks for the great post/resource.

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