VOICES FROM THE FUTURE OF WORK
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.
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 Maria explains the shortcomings of the outdated way that most companies still analyze pay equity, as well as how important it is to look beyond just salaries by updating job titles, hiring practices, job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.
In this getTogether series, you'll hear from executives, entrepreneurs and educators navigating – and often shaping – the future of work.
The Hard Thing About Hard ThingsHarperBusiness
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.
Competing Against LuckHarperBusiness
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.
How Diverse Leadership Teams Boost InnovationThe Boston Consulting Group
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.
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.
Andrew Savikas is the Chief Strategy Officer at getAbstract.