Maggie Nichols is the CEO of Eureka! Ranch, a think tank and training company dedicated to helping organizations create inventive ideas. This episode is for creators and inventors alike who seek to discover their next greatest idea and execute it effec...
Maggie Nichols is the CEO of Eureka! Ranch, a think tank and training company dedicated to helping organizations create inventive ideas. This episode is for creators and inventors alike who seek to discover their next greatest idea and execute it effectively.
Visit the Eureka! Ranch website to find out more about what Maggie and her team are up to | https://eurekaranch.com
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Maggie Nichols joined the Eureka! Ranch in 1999 after graduating from Miami University’s Farmer School of Business. After reading an article about the Ranch during an Entrepreneurship class, she decided that the Eureka! Ranch was the place where she was going to work. Months and dozens of pestering visits later, Founder, Doug Hall, finally acquiesced and Maggie’s been part of the ranch ever since.