A Conversation With Andy Billings – Head of Profitable Creativity, Electronic Arts

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](https://vimeo.com/423676886)Hello there,

Just in time for some weekend listening, the latest “Disrupt Disruption” podcast series is ready for your curious ears!

This time we spoke with incredible thought leader and radical Expert Andy Billings.

Andy currently serves as Head of Profitable Creativity at Electronic Arts, having helped the company survive two massively disruptive transformations and financial turnaround. Andy stresses the vital importance of leadership development as a force for transformational change. Known for developing highly-effective simulations, games, and other creative means that result in learning and change, Andy develops key change agents who ensure ongoing profitability by overcoming “impossible” challenges.

In addition to product innovation, quality and future planning, Andy hosts an award-winning, global leadership accelerator program with a 20+ year track record. As a transformation leader, he draws on his experiences as scientist, management consultant, mentor and decades long Fortune 500 exec in Silicon Valley.

We were thrilled to interview Andy on the topic of innovation and disruption (and learn why disruption might be overrated).

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We hope you enjoy listening to Andy’s wise words. Let us know what you think, simply hit reply to this email and send us a question or comment.

Be safe and well.

- Pascal and the be radical Team


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