True digital transformation is about transforming people and processes, not technology and tools. In this getTogether series, you'll hear from executives, entrepreneurs and educators navigating – and often shaping – the future of work.

EPISODE V: The Future of Pay Equity

The Future of Pay Equity
In this episode, we’re talking with Maria Colacurcio, CEO of Syndio, and previously co-founder of Smartsheet. Maria explains the shortcomings of the outdated way that most companies still analyze pay equity, as well as how important it is to look beyond just salaries by updating job titles, hiring practices, job descriptions and more to get to a more diverse and equitable company. Maria also shares her own experience with the “motherhood penalty” of returning to the workforce after raising kids, despite a track record that already included co-founding a company that went public.

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The COVID Recession Is Female
The COVID Recession Is Female

The pandemic sent employees home to work at the same time child care centers and schools closed, placing an untenable burden on families that’s now driving women from the workforce. Here’s what companies can do. 

In this getTogether series, you'll hear from executives, entrepreneurs and educators navigating – and often shaping – the future of work.

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Ben Horowitz

The Hard Thing About Hard Things

Instructive tales from a tech survivor: A Silicon Valley entrepreneur tells what he learned the hard way.

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EPISODE IV: How to Achieve True Innovation

How to Achieve True Innovation
In this episode, we’re talking with Peter Collingridge, EMEA head of Entrepreneurs in Residence at D10X, part of Citi Ventures. Peter’s an experienced entrepreneur now embedded within the innovation arm of Citi, and he offers loads of practical advice on how companies can approach the challenge of true innovation alongside an existing successful business.

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Clayton M. Christensen, Karen Dillon, David S. Duncan and Taddy Hall

Competing Against Luck

Companies innovate successfully when they understand why customers “hire” products to do “jobs.”

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EPISODE III: Who Gets to Innovate?

How to Bring Diverse Voices into Product and Business Innovation
In this episode, we talk to Kathryn Finney, an entrepreneur and the founder of digitalundivided, a ground-breaking social enterprise focused on creating a world where women own their work. Kathryn shares her firsthand perspective on the importance of bringing diverse voices into product and business innovation, as well as how her training as a Yale-educated epidemiologist has shaped her journey as an entrepreneur.

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Rocio Lorenzo, Nicole Voigt, Miki Tsusaka, Matt Krentz and Katie Abouzahr

How Diverse Leadership Teams Boost Innovation

Diversity drives innovation, but what drives diversity?

The Boston Consulting Group
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EPISODE II: The Future of Mentorship

Bringing Your Authentic Self to Work
In this episode, we’re talking with Rebekah Bastian, the former VP of community and culture at Zillow, author of Blaze Your Own Trail and co-founder & CEO of OwnTrail, a site where women share their unique life and career paths. We speak about the importance of micro acts of mentorship, the benefits of bringing your authentic self to your work, and dispelling the myth of the "normal" career path. Rebekah also offers some great advice for organizations of any size looking to be more equitable and inclusive in how they support formal and informal mentorship programs.

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Rebekah Bastian

Blaze Your Own Trail

“Blazing your own trail” by making decisions that are right for you sends you on your own unique journey.

Berrett-Koehler Publishers
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EPISODE I: How to Make a City Smart

The vast majority of innovation and economic activity already happens in cities, and with rapid urbanization showing no sign of slowing down, their future is our future. In this episode, we’re talking with Jonathan Reichental, author of the best-seller Smart Cities for Dummies. Jonathan is a technologist and an educator, and he spent 7 years as the CIO of Palo Alto, California.

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Jonathan Reichental

Smart Cities For Dummies

Smart cities apply people-focused technology to improve city dwellers’ quality of life.

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Andrew Savikas is the Chief Strategy Officer at getAbstract.


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Digital Transformation

You’ve used the same traditional and established workflows your entire career. They’re trustworthy and have proven useful to your company. So, why should you change anything now? Digital transformation isn’t just about the technology itself; it’s also about how technology can offer better solutions to traditional problems, enable creativity and innovation, and keep you competitive in an increasingly digital world.

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New Work
New Work

Here, we offer context and applicable reading material to help companies and individuals navigate the new normal and prepare for the future.


Digital Transformation
Digital Transformation

The biggest corporate challenge of our time has less to do with technology than with the right corporate culture.