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Talk to Larry Keeley about the value of design, and he'll immediately challenge you to prove it. As president and co-founder of the Chicago consultancy Doblin, Keeley has spent his career developing systems that companies can use to improve the chances of their innovation strategies ever paying off. Infeasibly fluent in all matters pertaining to design and design thinking (and pretty much any other topic you care to bring up), Keeley is a polymath who influences C-suite executives and students alike.