Tune in to our podcast, Chaos & Rocketfuel, where we cover topics on the future of work and human acceleration with relevant thought leaders, innovators, and investors.
Deanna Ballew is the Chief Innovation Officer at DAM company Widen. Widen is a tech company 70 years young that's developed with its customers from engraving to printing and through to software. Deanna started at the company about 15 years ago and has worked through to a senior position, heading up Product Development.
Before the pandemic, DAM was used mainly by creative teams. Now it's a hub for all employees, teams, and customers in the business ecosystem. Here, we explore what's changed, as well as the Widen innovation process, and how it's all about changing behaviors. Deanna also explains what she thinks is the next big innovation, and the importance of balancing customer and employee satisfaction.
Dr. Lyndsey Harper, MD, founder of Rosy, discusses the link between sex, self-esteem, and work. That includes our educational obligation as a sexual being and the ME TOO movement, and how evasion and a lack of drive can reflect behavior in the workplace.
Lisa Talia Moretti is the Resident Digital Sociologist for the Ministry of Justice, UK. She speaks about tech ethics, "HQ" (Human Quotient), and the skills we need to survive the future economy.
Kyle Bass is a hedge fund manager and founder and CIO of Hayman Capital Management, known for predicting the Subprime mortgage crisis of 2008. He has a straight talking, no nonsense approach to uncovering injustices in the world, and reminds us to challenge the information in anything we read.
David MacLaren is the founder and CEO of DAM company Media Valet. Media Valet started as a travel repository for images and digital information for hotels and resorts. Developing into one of the forefront DAM companies worldwide.
Tina Howard is the founder of Leaves, a book and tea shop in Fort Worth, Texas. Her story is one of strong Community values and building, centered around the starting and development of the 2 year old business.
Andrew Filev is the founder and CEO of WRIKE, a work management platform created in 2003. Work management platforms assists in making remote work possible and effective. Along with his reasons for the importance of the collaboration and visibility in today's remote, agile, digital work environment, Andrew offers 5 things that management teams in growing companies should be thinking about.
Claire Haidar, founder and CEO of WNDYR, dives into the system behind chaos and what that means for the future of work. What most of the world has been doing work-wise since lockdown, namely working remotely, WNDYR has been doing since their start over 4 years ago.