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Sep 16, 2020

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Scott Case believes that software is eating up the world and points at the disproportionate impact of technology advancements.

The age of information, innovation, automation, and technology can be challenging to keep up with. 

Nonetheless, our world is forever changing and reinventing the circumstances of our lives. Our guest believes that software is eating up the world and points at the disproportionate impact of technology advancements. Scott Case is a pioneer in the realm of leadership. His resilience and winning mindset have led him to implement transformative people-centric changes to his business objectives. 

Scott is the founding CTO of Priceline.com, current CEO and co-founder of Upside.com, and CEO for half a dozen startups over the past 25 years. These experiences have allowed him to understand that deciding to start a company is the easy part; growing a business is the real challenge. 

His advice? Build resiliency. Watch this week’s episode to unearth meaningful approaches for building top-tier teams. 

Watch the video here.

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