Getting Cybersecurity Right

Episode 178 – 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, the Wall Street Journal, and Time magazine. Listen for action items that you can use today to be prepared.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Opportunities in Open Data

Joel Gurin

Joel Gurin

Episode 176 – Joel Gurin, President and Founder at Center for Open Data Enterprise, discusses the many business opportunities in Open Data. Joel is today’s preeminent advocate and authority on Open Data. He is a former senior advisor at the GovLab at NYU and the author of the book “Open Data Now.” What is Open Data? How can businesses benefit from its use? Where are the opportunities to consider? Listen for three action items you can use immediately.

Host, Kevin Craine

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The Future of Work and Automation with Alexandra Levit

Episode 177 – Author and futurist Alexandra Levit discusses her new book Humanity Works and ways organizations need to merge technologies and people for the workforce of the future. Alexandra writes for the New York Times, Fast Company, and Forbes, and she is a former nationally syndicated columnist for the Wall Street Journal. She is the author of the international bestseller They Don’t Teach Corporate in College, and she advised the Obama administration on current employment issues.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Exploring Customer and Employee Experience with Jason Bradshaw

Special Episode – Jason Bradshaw discusses his book “It’s All About CEX – The Essential Guide to Customer and Employee Experience.” What is CEX? How are customer and employee experience the same, and different? How will CEX impact organizations over the next 10-15 years? Jason is currently Chief Customer Officer at Volkswagen Group Australia. Before that he was head of customer experience for Target Australia. Jason earned his MBA from the University of Southern Queensland. Listen for three action items you can use today.

Host, Kevin Craine

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The Business Opportunities of Cooperatives

Episode 175 – Kevin Craine speaks with Doug O’Brien, President and CEO of the National Cooperative Business Association. More than 120 million Americans are members of co-operatives and cooperative credit unions…that is 30 million more people than are owners of mutual funds. And yet co-ops are an often overlooked part of the US economy. What are co-ops, how do they differ from regular businesses? And what are the opportunities? Listen for three action items to learn more.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Leadership Lessons from Nature

Episode 173Dr. Kathleen Allen discusses her book “Leading from the Roots” and nature-inspired leadership lessons. Explore the concept of biomimicry – the design and production of materials, structures, and systems that are modeled on biological entities and processes. Plus ways to build business success using examples from nature. Listen for three action items you can use immediately.

Host, Kevin Craine

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The Future of Automating Work

Harley DavisEpisode 174 - 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. Listen for action items you can use immediately. Use this link to read Kevin’s blog for IBM “The Future of Automating Work“.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Mastering your Business Presentation

02-16-2016_tim_calkins_360x266Episode 172 – Tim Caulkins discusses his book How To Wash a Chicken (a #1 Amazon Best-Seller) and practical ways to master your business presentation. Tim is an award-winning professor at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and the author of the books Breakthrough Marketing Plans and Defending Your Brand, which was named 2013 Marketing Book of the Year by Expert Marketer Magazine. Stay tuned in the second half for three action items you can use today.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Effective Sales Enablement

Episode 171 – Pam Didner discusses her book “Effective Sales Enablement” and ways to achieve sales growth through collaborative sales and marketing. Pam is a B2B marketing consultant and a former adjunct professor at West Virginia University and the University of Oregon. She spent time at Intel, among others, in senior roles in marketing. Pam earned BA in finance from the University of Kentucky and an MBA from the University of Illinois. Listen for three action items you can use today.

Host, Kevin Craine

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Great Proposals Get More Sales

Business workplaceEpisode 170 – Kevin Craine speaks with Rick Harris, Executive Director of The Association of Proposal Management Professionals about ways to write and present better bids, RFP responses and proposals. Great proposals get more sales and winning the bid is an essential part of the survival and success of every company. This show is full of practical advice to win more business. Listen in the second half for three action items you can use today.

Host, Kevin Craine

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