In this program, we will explore the importance of intellectual curiosity in the innovation process. The Age of Innovation, spanning the latter 1800s and extending into the early 1900s, was characterized by great business “disruptors” of the era. We will study Henry Ford, Nikola Tesla, Thomas Alva Edison, and the Wright Brothers. The program, conducted in Dearborn, Michigan, will include sessions at the The Museum of American Innovation, Greenfield Village, and the Ford River Rouge Complex. Participants will witness some of the great inventions in history and the approach used to create an environment where revolutionary thinking was encouraged and expected to spur unprecedented advancement. In small group settings, we will discuss and debate the innovation process and conduct our own experimental case study that will include the marketing of a business breakthrough and monetization of the outcome.