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CUE Live Interview with Michael Horn


CUE LIVE Interview: Michael Horn

CUE Live! is an Internet TV show broadcasting from the CUE 2011 Conference in Palm Springs. Through an engaging talk show format, leading education and technology experts discuss the ways that innovative uses of technology are making a positive impact on education across the world. Each show is archived and available as streaming video on the web and as a podcast via RSS subscription allowing the thousands of CUE attendees to reconnect with their experience after the conference.


Michael Horn is the co-founder and Executive Director, Education of Innosight Institute, a non profit think tank devoted to applying the theory of disruptive innovation to develop solutions to problems in the social sector. A graduate of Harvard Business School, he contributed research for Barbara Kellerman’s 2004 release, Bad Leadership: What It Is, How It Happens, Why It Matters, and Charles Ellis’ book, Joe Wilson and the Creation of Xerox (2006). Horn has been the featured speaker at numerous education conferences, including the National Evaluation Systems’ conference and the Grantmakers for Education Conference. He graduated from Yale University with distinction in History.