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Paul Stone discusses no-code process automation. Paul is a solution architect and product strategist at FlowForma, a team of business, process and digital transformation experts dedicated to making intuitive, affordable process automation tools that empower business users to design systems and process improvements to get work done smarter and quick…
 
Chris Surdak discusses his book "The Care and Feeding of Bots," and how to use robotic process automation successfully. Chris is a leading expert in big data and analytics. And if you’ve wondered what all the fuss is about when it comes to process automation, or if you’ve been struggling to use RPA in ways that make a difference, you don't want to …
 
Chandler Milne, Director of Learning Experience at Brainstorm, discusses how organizations can get the most out of their enterprise software with training programs that help employees be more fluent and competent with their software. All too often, companies end up losing millions of dollars on software that is underused by their employees. Why the…
 
Dan McGaw discusses the convergence of marketing, technology and analytics. Dan has mentored over 500 startups and has been called one of the original growth hackers. He is CEO and Founder of McGaw.io, a Marketing Technology and Marketing Analytics Agency, and the CEO and founder of the National Association of Marketing Technology. Listen for three…
 
Rich Hale, Chief Technology Officer at ActiveNav discusses ways that organizations can deal with information overload. Organizations today are overwhelmed with data. Users expect the amount of information they must manage will increase by as much as nearly 5 times in the next couple of years. Have we outstripped our ability to keep up? Find out mor…
 
NYT bestselling author and award-winning Harvard Business School professor Dr. Ram Charan discusses his new book "Rethinking Competitive Advantage" -- a number one new release on Amazon. Ram is a world-wide expert on business strategy. For years, he has worked with the CEOs of some of the world's most successful tech companies, including GE, Verizo…
 
David Jenness from IBM joins us in this special episode to discuss the IBM "Build A Bot" Challenge. Between June 15 and July 15, 2021 IBM is offering two $10,000 cash prizes to anyone who can build an RPA application that makes a difference in the world. This challenge is open world wide to everyone who is not an IBM employee or a government employ…
 
Dr. Dhrupad Trivedi discusses customer-focused innovation and how today’s leading technology businesses can compete more effectively today. Dhrupad is the President and CEO of A10 Networks. A10 helps service providers, cloud providers, and enterprises ensure their networks and applications are secure. With capabilities in advanced analytics, machin…
 
Lucas Hendrich, Chief Technology Officer at BairesDev, discusses digital acceleration, process reengineering, and future-proofing our organizations for our ever-changing business world today. Lucas and his colleagues at BairesDev specialize in end-to-end delivery of tailor-made technology solutions for startups, SMBs, and enterprises. They've worke…
 
Professors Hila Lifshitz-Assaf and Sarah Lebovitz discuss their new, ground-breaking research on accelerating innovation in high-tech teams. Hila is an Associate Professor of Technologyat New York University and Sarah is an Assistant Professor of Information Technology at the University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce. They have been conduc…
 
Brian Rue, Founder and CEO at Rollbar, discusses continuous code improvement. Brian envisions a world where software is easy to understand, bugs are easy to reproduce and fix, and software can fix itself. Explore how building software can indeed be “quick and painless”....and how quicker release cycles bring the ability to be more creative and prof…
 
Bill Lobig, VP of IBM Automation Development discusses Artificial Intelligence and enterprise content management. Bill explores how innovations using AI are fueled by content, and how organizations are gaining advantage using strategies that leverage the value of data using automation. Listen for action items that you can use today. Host, Kevin Cra…
 
Michael Schrage from MIT discusses his book Recommendation Engines and how companies like Amazon and Netflix recommend content based on our past viewing. Michael is with the MIT Sloan School of Management's Initiative on the Digital Economy. His book is part of the MIT Press Essential Knowledge series. Listen as we explore both the benefits and the…
 
Jeff Schwartz, from Deloitte Consulting’s Future of Work practice, discusses his book "Work Disrupted" and the accelerated future of work. Jeff warns us that the pace of disruption is only accelerating - 2025 is the new 2030. What can you do to survive, and thrive, in the new norm? Listen for action items you can use today. Host, Kevin Craine Do yo…
 
Ben Pring, name one of the top tech thinkers to watch in 2020 by Thinkers 50, discusses his book "Monster" and how technology rules our jobs, lives, and future. Ben is part of the Labor and Work Life program at Harvard Law School. How can we take back control of technology so it will shape the society we want for ourselves instead of becoming a mon…
 
Jeremy Tooley discusses how to break down the technical barriers that restrict innovation and begin to re-imagine our businesses for the digital-first consumer. Jeremy is the CEO of Xerris, a provider of cloud-native solutions for companies undertaking digital transformation through microservice development, front end development and cloud migratio…
 
Harley Davis, VP, Decision Management at IBM discusses the future of business automation and ways to use advancements in AI, machine learning and robotic process automation to automate the decision-making process. More so than ever before, agility matters, and operational decision management provides critical link to business agility. Host, Kevin C…
 
Jason Cassidy, CEO of Shinydocs discusses how new approaches to data management are shaping the future of digital transformation. Shinydocs develops enterprise-class information management business solutions and Jason and his teams have partnered with some of the world's largest organizations working in innovative ways to more optimally manage data…
 
John Rossman discuss his book "Think Like Amazon." John is a Former Amazon executive and has first-hand insider perspective on how to become a digital leader. What led Amazon to become one of the world’s most successful companies? ...And how can you do it too? Listen for action items you can use today. Host, Kevin Craine Do you want to be a guest? …
 
Special Episode - Best of 2020 Interviews with experts on digital transformation and what it takes to really move the needle in terms of innovation, impact and improvements to organizational performance. Bill Schaninger Senior Partner at McKinsey, futurist Olivier Blanchard, Mike Steep from Stanford University’s Disruptive Technology & Digital Citi…
 
Daniel Saks, CEO of AppDirect, discusses their new commissioned report on the impact COVID-19 has had on digital transformation initiatives. eCommerce has, from the start, been a big disruptor in business. . Now, with the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve seen an even more dramatic shift away from physical commerce. Listen as we explore what executives a…
 
Shawn Livermore discusses his book "Average Joe: Be the Silicon Valley Tech Genius," a best-seller on Amazon in five categories. The book examines the rise of a number of tech entrepreneurial founders and software developers, and the exciting brands or products that they created, to dispel the myth of the tech genius. How can an “average Joe” becom…
 
Sinan Aral discusses his book "The Hype Machine," and how social media disrupts our elections, our economy, and our health—and how we must adapt. Sinan is a Professor of Management at MIT and Director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy. He currently serves on the Advisory Boards of the Alan Turing Institute, the British National Institute…
 
Darrell Rigby discusses his book "Doing Agile Right" and ways to inspire transformation without chaos. Darrell leads Bain & Company’s global innovation and agile practices, and you've seen him in places like CNBC, CNN, and Bloomberg. His research has been published in Harvard Business Review, the Wall Street Journal, and the Financial Times. Listen…
 
Jed Ayres, CEO of IGEL Technology, discusses remote work and the implications to data security systems and approaches. Jed is an expert in workspace technology and management, virtualization and mobility. IGEL Technology is an international software company focused on simplifying and securing the cloud-delivery of applications and resources. Listen…
 
David Jenness, portfolio marketing manager for digital business automation at IBM, discusses advanced data capture, process automation and intelligent information management. What steps should you take in order to take advantage of advancements in business automation? What are the roadblocks to automation? And what is IBM's roadmap for content mana…
 
David Cote, former CEO of the industrial tech giant Honeywell, discusses his book "Winning Now, Winning Later," and how companies can win in the short-term while investing in the long term. David grew Honeywell's market capitalization to nearly $120 billion, delivering returns of 800% and beating the S&P by nearly two and a half times...all during …
 
Andres Angelani, CEO of Cognizant Softvision, discusses his book "Transforming While Performing" and how to create a culture of innovation with partners. Cognizant Softvision is a leading global product engineering company, and Andres is an expert in the design and delivery of software solutions that adapt or re-position brands in this new economy.…
 
Raj Verma, co-CEO of MemSQL, discusses data and analytics strategies for a post-COVID business world. Raj has more than 25 years of global experience in enterprise software and operating at scale. He was instrumental in the growth of TIBCO software to over $1 billion in revenue, serving as CMO, EVP Global Sales, and COO, and has a lot of insights i…
 
Mike Steep from MIT discusses his book “First Light of Day“. Will our drive toward constant technological innovation be our downfall? Mike is one today’s leading experts on technology innovation. He is founder and executive director of Stanford University’s Disruptive Technology & Digital Cities Program. He was senior vice president of the Palo Alt…
 
Sami Saydjari discusses his book Engineering Trustworthy Systems and how organizations must react in order to withstand threats of cyber terrorism and data breaches. Sami has worked with the National Security Agency and NASA and consulted with national leadership on cybersecurity policy. You’ve seen him in places like CNN, ABC, the New York Times, …
 
Rob Fishman discusses his book “Retail Success in an Online World” and how to compete and win in the Amazon era. Digital Transformation has sparked dramatic technological and economic shifts in the world of retailing. What really works — as well as what really doesn’t — in the current retail selling environment? Listen for three action items you ca…
 
Jeremy Gutsche discusses his book “Create the Future” and tactics for disruptive thinking. Jeremy says that we’ve reached a point in time when everyone wants innovation, but most people don’t know how to actually attain it. Jeremy is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning innovation expert, and the CEO of Trend Hunter the worlds larg…
 
Bill Schaninger, Senior Partner at McKinsey, discusses his best-selling book, co-authored with Scott Keller, Beyond Performance 2.0 and a proven approach to leading large-scale change. Digital Transformation has caused change management to become an essential skill for organizations and a central component of effective leadership today. Host, Kevin…
 
Sean Pillot de Chenecey discusses his book “Influencers and Revolutionaries” and the trends and catalysts transforming business. Sean has worked with iconic brands like Swatch, Heineken and General Motors, and is a lecturer at the University of the Arts London. His previous book, “The Post-Truth Business” was a finalist for the Business Book Awards…
 
Special Episode - Hackers and online criminals have wasted no time figuring out how to exploit COVID-19 and the fact that most workers are working from home. There has been a dramatic uptick in cyber-attacks. While we are all trying to avoid getting infected with a real virus, cyber-thieves are trying to infect our devices with computer viruses aim…
 
Olivier Blanchard discusses his book “Human/Machine” and the future of our partnerships with machines. Olivier is a senior analyst with Futurum Research, where he focuses on the impact of emerging and disruptive technologies including artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, smart automation, edge compute and robotics. Listen for three acti…
 
Kyle T. Westra discusses his book “The New Invisible Hand” (an Amazon best-selling new release) and five technological revolutions that are shaping industry and the economy today. More than 50% of small businesses fail in their first four years. At the same time, the lifespan of large companies is shrinking. Explore the factors that are disrupting …
 
Praveen Seshadri, founder and CEO of Appsheet, discusses no-code app development. With a no-code approach, anyone on your team can make custom business applications, and deploy those apps in real time to enable a more agile, innovative and high performing workforce that will digitally transform your business. Listen for three action items you can u…
 
Billee Howard discusses using neuro-powered marketing and advertising technology to quantify, measure + understand human thought…and with that understanding design better business strategies. Billee is Chief Strategy Officer at Centiment.io and the author of the book "We-Commerce: How to Create, Collaborate, and Succeed in the Sharing Economy." Lis…
 
Ray Rothrock discusses his book “Digital Resilience” and what executives, business owners and technical experts should know about potential cybersecurity vulnerabilities and breaches in network and data security. Ray is the CEO at RedSeal, a leader in network modeling and cyber risk scoring. He’s got a masters in nuclear engineering and an MBA from…
 
Seth Mirren discusses his book The Power of Positive Destruction and ways to turn a business idea into a revolution. Seth is a global business leader and philanthropist who reinvented how Wall Street uses technology in 1985 when he founded his first company, Merrin Financial, and launched the industry’s first electronic order management system. Thi…
 
Richard Chasdi discusses his book “Corporate Security Crossroads” and how to respond to corporate terrorism and cyber-threats. Richard is professor and associate director of the Center for Complex and Strategic Decisions at Walsh College. He serves on the editorial board of Armed Forces & Society and Perspectives on Terrorism. He received his maste…
 
Dale Chrystie, Business Fellow, Blockchain Strategist at FedEx, discusses business opportunities with Blockchain. By allowing digital information to be distributed but not copied, blockchain technology is creating a backbone of a new type of internet. What is blockchain, how is it different than bitcoin, and what are some of the opportunities for b…
 
Alex Bates discusses his book “Augmented Mind,” and explores how augmenting humans, combining human intuition and artificial intelligence, will herald an unprecedented era of productivity and financial success. Alex performed DARPA-funded research in neural networks, human memory and computational diagnostics. He is the Managing Director at Neocort…
 
Rob Rennie, CEO of Webiplex, discusses integrated business process automation and ways organizations of all sizes and types can build new efficiencies and success. Automated technologies provide great potential to reengineer and improve core business processes. Explore next-generation approaches that make a difference.…
 
Mike Hoefflinger discusses his book Becoming Facebook and gives us the inside story of the birth and rise of Facebook. Mike was there as a Facebook insider with a front-row seat. Over 1 billion people use Facebook every day and it’s founding is one of the defining success stories of our generation. But for the people who actually molded the $300 bi…
 
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