LEADING YOUR TEAM TO SUCCESS
This week, our guest, Sridhar Solur, calls for us to champion concepts that will allow your business to prosper despite current challenges. Our conversation dives deep into what drives superb teams that enable powerful digital transformations. Sridhar currently heads the Mobile Industrial Robots division at Berkshire Grey, and was previously Chief Product Officer at SharkNinja and founded HP’s ePrint.
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Sridhar Solur, head of the Mobile Industrial Robots division at Berkshire Grey, dives deep into what drives superb teams that enable powerful digital transformations.
Carey Ransom, President of OC4 Venture studio, shares with us what we need to focus on when transforming an organization internally.
Garrett Lang introduces us to his approach to driving an agile work culture. His platinum rule? Treating others as they’d like to be treated.
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Scott Case believes that software is eating up the world and points at the disproportionate impact of technology advancements.
I discuss with Kamales Lardi, CEO of Lardi & Partner, the importance of shifting the mindsets of business leaders towards digital as an opportunity
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How do you take the strategies you’re currently employing in the midst of this digital disruption, to reinvent yourself and your teams?
Jalila Smith shares very insightful tips on how to manage digital transformations while leveraging your workforce in the most effective way.
I sit down with renown strategist Eve Psalti, as she shares what she calls an “unconventional approach” to the success of digital transformation.
Who has a seat at the table? How can companies switch from conversation to implementation on diversity and inclusion efforts?
More Than The Technology: Why Digital Transformations Need to Be People Centered