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Best Strategic Foresight podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Strategic Foresight podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Welcome to The PayPod, Payments Canada’s multi-episode podcast on everything to do with Canada’s ambitious payments Modernization journey. Guiding our journey are the needs of Canadians, including consumers, financial institutions, businesses, start-ups, and governments. Hear Cyrielle Chiron, Head, Research and Strategic Foresight at Payments Canada and host of The PayPod, interview leading experts and respected thought leaders about the changing payments landscape, the needs of Canadians an ...
 
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What is strategic foresight? How can it enhance decision-making? What is the mission of the Center for Strategic Foresight at the U.S. Government Accountability Office? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Steve Sanford, Director, GAO’s Center for Strategic Foresight. Listen to the podcast.…
 
As digital payments continue to grow among preferred ways to pay, the need for identification and authentication to ensure safe and secure payments is fundamental. Cyrielle is joined by Joni Brennan, President of the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC) and Ian Glazer, VP, Identity Product Management, Salesforce and Founder and Pre…
 
What can be done to reduce administrative burden in the federal research grants process to universities? How can the regulatory burden be reduced and efficient practices promoted? How does the CARES ACT in response to the recent pandemic impact federal grant making? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Lisa Mosley a…
 
China not only has a vision for a different world order, it also has a vision for deploying different diplomatic practices. In this first episode of our mini-series on China, EUISS Senior Analyst Alice Ekman discusses the distinctive methods of Chinese diplomacy with Deputy Director Florence Gaub, explains why these are a challenge for the EU, and …
 
The expectation of speed in the payments industry has seen a significant demand in recent months. Consumers want their money in and out of their accounts the moment they press ‘send.’ Similarly, merchants need to be paid faster, complete payroll and business-related payments and purchases. To boot, every actor in the process wants to reduce the ris…
 
The COVID-19 digital environment is demonstrating the extreme importance of protecting payments and securing transactions. From individual to business, Canadians have had to shift their habits from in-person to digital, relying on online shopping, using new video platforms, like Zoom for meetings, and even receiving private advice, from health to f…
 
Canadians have consistently demanded more digital and modern payments options -- what changed in the last few months in the face of a global pandemic? A lot. Cyrielle Chiron of Payments Canada is joined by Tracey Black, newly appointed CEO of Payments Canada and David Chance of Fiserv and Chair of Payments Canada’s Stakeholder Advisory Council, to …
 
How has the U.S. Army Reserve responded to the COVID-19 pandemic? What is Ready Force X? How is the U.S. Army Reserve making a difference? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Lieutenant General Charles Luckey, Chief of Army Reserve & Commanding General, U.S. Army Reserve Command on The Business of Government Hour. …
 
In episode 27 I talk to Udhaya Kumar Padmanabhan, Global Strategic Design Director at Designit, a Wipro Company. Certainly one of the most inspiring conversations I had during the podcast. Udhaya shares insights from his proven track recording on the intersection of entrepreneurship and design consulting for companies around the world. We touch on:…
 
About the Episode In episode 26 I had the chance to chat with Steve Fadden on driving UX Research and Insights. Steve is the Head of User Research for Analytics, Insights, & Measurement at Google as well as Lecturer for User Experience Research at UC Berkeley. We get the chance to learn from his deep experience working at the intersection of UX res…
 
How is the National Science Foundation (NSF) building a pipeline of current and future leaders? What is the NSF’s leadership development program (LDP)? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Tracy Bojko and Macey Cox co-leaders of the NSF’s Leadership Development Program on The Business of Government Hour. Listen to t…
 
The pandemic has hit the United States harder than any other country; and Americans are scheduled to go to the polls in November. Will the coronavirus lead to a postponement of the elections? And in that case what will happen? Will the virus swing the election in favour of either candidate? EUISS Senior Associate Analyst Simona Soare discusses this…
 
What are the seven traps of path dependency? How do you think disruptively and create real innovation and change? Join host Michael as he explores these questions with Jeremy Gutsche author of Create the Future: Tactics for Disruptive Thinking on the next edition of the Leading Through Uncertain Times series. Listen to the podcast.…
 
In episode 24, I had the chance to talk to Mohan Krishnaraj, Vice President and Global Head of User Experience at HARMAN International (A company of Samsung) on the future of connected experiences and his perspectives on design leadership. This episode kicks off a series of episodes in collaboration with UX INDIA. We learn about: his new book "The …
 
Currently, 43 states in the world are experiencing ongoing conflicts. What impact will the Covid-19 pandemic have on these conflicts? Will they escalate, or is there perhaps an opportunity for peace? EUISS Senior Associate Analyst Katariina Mustasilta discusses with Florence Gaub how conflict research sheds light on the link between discontent and …
 
How can we lead from the future? What is “Future-Back” Thinking? How can it help leaders navigate the COVID-19 disruption and lead with purpose? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions Mark Johnson co-author of Lead from the Future: How to Turn Visionary Thinking into Breakthrough Growth. Listen to the podcast.…
 
Russia initially seemed to be doing better than other states when it came to the pandemic, but it has since emerged that the truth is far from what the Kremlin projected. How is Putin managing Covid-19? What do Russians think about it – and what does it mean for Putin's future projects? EUISS Senior Associate Analyst Sinikukka Saari explains it all…
 
The Business of Government Hour – A Special Series focusing on Leading Through Uncertain Times with Chester Elton co-author with Adrian Gostick of Leading with Gratitude. Why is gratitude an essential quality in an effective leader today? What practices can help leaders in uncertain times? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and…
 
In this episode, EUISS senior analyst Stanislav Secrieru discusses with Florence Gaub what economic impact Covid-19 will have on three Eastern neighbourhood states. Will the flow of remittances cease altogether? How will people and states cope? And what can we do about it?By Florence Gaub, Stanislav Secrieru
 
In this episode I have the chance to talk to Heike Rapp, former VP of Product Design at SAP in San Francisco and former Senior Director, Brand Strategy & Design at Autodesk. Heike shares her insights on designing enterprise solution and digital platforms at SAP that need to integrate various client, use case and environments but also how to integra…
 
What it is like to run the largest enterprise in the world, the U.S. Department of Defense? What are some of the challenges facing a Secretary of Defense? What leadership lessons can be learned from Ash Carter? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions with Ash Carter, former Secretary of Defense and author of Inside the five-sided bo…
 
In this episode, EUISS senior analyst Alice Ekman discusses with Florence Gaub how China has not just survived the pandemic crisis but is in fact thriving on it. From the Belt and Road Initiative to its vision for the world in 2050, Beijing is making the most of a crisis other countries are barely managing to cope with - or is it?…
 
What does it take to scale evidence-based programs successfully? What combination of federal, state, and local public policy changes are needed to scale evidence-based programs? What management strategies and resources are needed to scale these programs effectively? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Patrick Leste…
 
In this episode, EUISS associate analyst Nathalie van Raemdonck discusses a counterfactual 'What if ...?' scenario with Florence Gaub: a COVID-19 pandemic without the internet. From crisis management to problem-solving: would it have been easier, harder, or just noisier?By Florence Gaub, Nathalie van Raemdonck
 
What is the history of U.S. Presidential Transitions? Why it is transition so important? How does the Center for Presidential Transition at the Partnership for Public Service work to improve this process? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Dave Marchick, Director of the Center for Presidential Transition at Partne…
 
In this episode, I talk with Hector Silva, Founder of Advanced Design & Research Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame about the future of design education and bring value to design communities. As this is a collaboration of the Advanced Design Context Podcast and Design we touch on: why and how he launched Advanced Design to bring va…
 
In this episode, I talk Chris Jackson, Founder & Director of We Create Future in New Zealand on the journey from being a furniture designer in the UK into becoming a future thinker and service designer in New Zealand why future thinking is important and why there is not the “one future” but rather a plurality of futures why and how we as designers …
 
What is the DHS’s procurement strategy? How is DHS innovating its procurement function? What are the key procurement and acquisition challenges facing DHS today? How is DHS improving the operational performance of its procurement function? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Soraya Correa, Chief Procurement Officer…
 
Join host Michael Keegan in the first of a two part series exploring the leadership stories and public service of nine government leaders. This edition introduces four government executives leading missions and programs that include compensating the sick and injured from the 9/11 terrorist attacks, providing development and humanitarian assistance,…
 
In this episode I talk with Paul Hatch, CEO of Teams Design USA. We talk about the journey of scaling a design studio and why it is important to specialize and become known for a certain skill and topic. We also tap into how Industrial Design was influenced by UX and how ID will change in the future considering topics like AI-driven tools and gener…
 
How are U.S. government agencies developing the next generation of leaders? What are agency-based leadership development programs? How best can we deliver effective leadership development? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Prof. Jim Perry and Bill Valdez on A Special Edition of The Business of Government Hour – L…
 
Just launched episode 18, which was an inspiring conversation with Laura Silva - VP Accessibility Technology - UX Design Lead at Bank of America as well Mentor at Girls Who Code and formerly UX Designer at Amazon. She shares outstanding insights on - the importance of accessibility in design and how to integrate it into the design process - how she…
 
Designdrives Podcast is back with new episodes. In the episode 17th I spoke with Qin Li who is the VP of Design at Fuseproject in SF and is Chair - Board of Directors of IDSA (Industrial Design Society of America). We sat together by the annual conference of IDSA in Chicago the day after Qin and the outstanding team was recognised with some impress…
 
How does the California Department of General Services (DGS) serve state agencies? What is DGS doing to create new services and products? What is the mission of the National Association of State Chief Administrators (NASCA)? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores how States are delivering the business of government with Dan Kim, director of the Ca…
 
What is the mission of the U.S. General Services Administration’s Technology Transformation Services (TTS)? How does TTS enhance public experience with federal government agencies? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Anil Cheriyan, director GSA’s Technology Transformation Services and deputy commissioner of GSA’s F…
 
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