Digital Business Automation Strategies

David JennessEpisode 188 – 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 management in 2019 and beyond?

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Host, Kevin Craine

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B State: A New Roadmap for Business Success

Episode 187 – Mark Samuel discusses his new book B State and a new roadmap for bold leadership, brave culture and breakthrough results. Mark is the author of The Power of Personal Accountability, which was recently named Best New Business Book by the International Book Awards. Mark is the President and Founder of IMPAQ. Listen for three action items you can use today.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Billion-Dollar C-Suite Success Techniques

Episode 186 – Tom Murry, retired CEO of Calvin Klein, discusses C-Suite business techniques that get results. Tom retired as CEO after 17 prosperous years during which he facilitated the brand’s growth from 2.8 billion to $8 billion. He has worked with, and learned from, the most recognized names in fashion, as well as titans of the business world. Listen for three action items you can use today.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Year End Action Items

factory indoorSpecial Year End Episode – Listen to unheard action items from 2018 interviews. Kevin Craine speaks with guests Derek Lidow, Rick Miller, Best-Seller Tim Caulkins, Dr. Kathleen Allen, Nazim Agabekov and Volkswagon VP Jason Bradshaw. Quick action success techniques directly from thought leaders, best selling authors, and C-suite executives in the real world. Stay tuned in 2019 for more great interviews and action items.

What is Social Design?

Episode 184 – Cheryl Heller discusses her book The Intergalactic Design Guide and ways to harness the power and potential of social design. Cheryl is the Founding Chair of the first Master of Fine Arts program in Design for Social Innovation at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and the founder of the design lab CommonWise.  She’s worked with big brands that we know like Ford Motor Company, American Express, Reebok, Marriott and many others.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Opportunities with Blockchain

Episode 183 – 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 business today?

Host, Kevin Craine

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Driving Revenue using Facebook Advertising

Episode 182 - Techniques to drive revenue using Facebook advertising. Kevin Craine speaks with Nazim Agabekov, founder at Lead Gen Black Belt. Nazim says he can help entrepreneurs and startups grow their online business to 7-figures using Facebook and marketing funnels. How does it work? What are the strategies to consider? We’ll find out. Listen in the second half for three action items.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Taking the Work out of Networking

Karen Wickre discusses her book Taking the Work out of Networking and ways to make connections that count. Karen is the former editorial director at Twitter, where she landed after a decade-long career at Google, and a self-described introvert. However, she is regarded in Silicon Valley as a champion networker. How did she do it? Learn how in this interview. Listen for three action items you can use today.

Host, Kevin Craine

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How Tight and Loose Cultures Wire Our World

Episode 180 – Dr. Michele Gelfand discusses her book Rule Makers, Rule Breakers and how ‘tight and loose’ cultures wire our world. Michele is a highly distinguished professor of Psychology at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her groundbreaking research has been featured in places like the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Boston Globe, and national media like NPR, NBC and ABC. In 2017 she received the Outstanding International Psychologist Award from the APA.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Surrounding Yourself with the Right People

leo-bottary-galleryEpisode 179 – Leo Bottary discusses his book What Anyone Can Do and how surrounding yourself with the right people will drive change, opportunity and personal growth. Leo is an instructor for both Rutgers and Northeastern Universities. Prior to that, he was an adjunct professor for Seton Hall University, where he was named adjunct teacher of the year. Listen for three action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview.

Host, Kevin Craine

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