Episode 154 – Chris Dyer discusses his book “The Power of Company Culture” and ways you can improve the productivity, performance and profits of your company. The difference between merely good and really great companies lies not in the quality of their products, but in the shared beliefs and attitudes that employees hold about the company. Listen for three action items.
Episode 153 – Kevin Craine discusses five action items to create killer marketing content in this special action item episode. Are you putting a lot of money and effort into content marketing but wondering why it doesn’t really get you much business? These are things you can do immediately to ensure that your content marketing is on target, effective and will resonate.
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Episode 152 – 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 Harvard. Listen for three action items you can use to take advantage of the ideas in this interview.
Episode 150 – Kevin Craine speaks with Whitney Johnson about her new book “Build Your A-Team” and top team building techniques. Whitney is a former award-winning Wall Street analyst and the author of the critically acclaimed book “Disrupt Yourself“. She co-founded the Disruptive Innovation Fund with Harvard Business School’s Clayton Christensen. Listen for a seven phase disruption model, plus three action items you can use to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview.
Episode 149 – Brad Murphy discusses his book, co-authored with Dr. Carol Mase, called “The Age of Surge,” and ways companies can successfully navigate digital transformation. Brad says digital transformation is not just about technology and proposes human centered framework for scaling company wide agility. Listen in the later part of the show for three action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview.
Episode 148 – Kevin Craine speaks with author Alex Vorobieff about his new book “Transform Your Company.” As a former crisis CPA, Alex spent years cleaning up the financial messes of companies in a wide range of industries. He consistently tracked the financial problems back to larger management dysfunctions within these companies – and they all had similar root problems. Explore the causes, and most importantly the cures. Listen for three action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview.
Episode 147 – Kevin Craine speaks with Carrie Kerpen about her book “Work It” and secrets for success from the boldest women in business. Carrie interviewed 50 of today’s most successful women including Sheryl Sandberg, Aliza Licht and Reshma Saujani, for their secrets for success. Carrie is the co-founder and CEO of Likeable Media and she has been featured in places like the New York Times, ABC World News and CNBC. Stay tuned in the second half for three action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview.
Episode 146 – Kevin Craine shares three ways you can make your business writing better in this special action item episode. Listen for three action items you can use to keep readers engaged, boost your message and build your brand credibility. Kevin has been the written voice for some of North America’s leading brands. Find out three important secrets of successful writers.
Episode 145 -Kevin Craine speaks with Tanya Hall, CEO of the Greenleaf Book Group, about her new book “Ideas, Influence & Income.” The book launches May 27. Learn ways you can write a book, build your brand and lead your industry. Before joining the publishing industry, Tanya worked as a television producer for Extra! and E! Entertainment Television. Stay tuned in the second half for three action items you can use to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview.
Marc Gruber discusses his book “Where To Play” and ways to discover the best startup market opportunities. Most start-ups fail because they rush to market only to discover too late that it’s the wrong market. Marc is Vice President for Innovation at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology where he is also the Chair of Entrepreneurship & Technology Commercialization. Listen in the second half of the show for three action items to take advantage of the ideas and advice in this interview.