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Podcast: Thinking Beyond the New Normal – det nya normala i en onormal tid

Podcast: Thinking Beyond the New Normal – det nya normala i en onormal tid

The interview is in English, but it was recorded (virtually) in Sweden. Brian Solis är författare och talare med bred kunskap och erfarenhet inom digital antropologi. Länge har han studerat Digital Darwinism för att förstå effekterna av disruption inom företag, marknader och samhällen. Hans insikter om teknikens och framtidens utveckling av affärstrender har gjort honom till en kunskapsdelare för ledare och marknadsförare världen över. Vill du ha mer av VD-podden? Anmäl dig till vårt nyhetsbrev https://bit.ly/2KKZd7K och ta del av…

Why Human Connections Should be at the Center of Digital Transformation: A Conversation with Blazing Trails

Why Human Connections Should be at the Center of Digital Transformation: A Conversation with Blazing Trails

I had the wonderful opportunity to join Michael Rivo on the Salesforce Blazing Trails podcast. What an amazing conversation! We explored the intersection between humanity, social science, and innovation. If you have 22 minutes and 20 seconds, I’d love for you to join us! You can listen to the show here. I hope it helps! The show is also available on… Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Show Notes: Successful digital transformations start and end with the teams executing them. Meaningful…

Humanly Possible: A LifeScale Approach to Scaling Your Life Toward Creativity and Happiness

Humanly Possible: A LifeScale Approach to Scaling Your Life Toward Creativity and Happiness

I’ve known Bryan Kramer and Courtney Smith Kramer for many years now. We’ve become real world friends, plus our families spend time together. Truth is, it’s never enough time. Bryan invited me to be on his podcast, “Humanly Possible.” What a special time. I’d like to share it with you. IN THIS EPISODE: Persuasive design Reverse engineering the addiction to social media Helping businesses navigate these unprecedented times QUOTATIONS FROM THIS EPISODE: “It wasn’t a big leap of faith at…

With Social Media Addiction, AI Algorithms, and Disinformation, the Real Social Dilemma is Ours to Solve:  Where Do We Start?

With Social Media Addiction, AI Algorithms, and Disinformation, the Real Social Dilemma is Ours to Solve: Where Do We Start?

How do we live in a world of constant distraction without giving up these digital tools that monopolize our attention, but provide value at the same time? Is it an all-or-nothing game? These are questions more people are asking as a result of the overwhelming success of the Netflix documentary The #SocialDilemma, which looks at the consequences of driving user engagement through so-called “bubble filter” algorithms, that increase utilization by showing us more of what we’re already watching, insulating us…

Personal Innovation During Times of Digital Disruption

Personal Innovation During Times of Digital Disruption

Note: For mobile users, please subscribe to my new feed here and unsubscribe from the old Feedburner feed. Ever have one of those conversations with someone you care about where you’re left feeling inspired and motivated? They’re rare occurrences in my life. I can count on one hand how many people I’m lucky to know who leave me feeling this way. One recent conversation was with Jim Marous, Publisher at The Financial Brand. If you’d like to listen to that conversation,…

Experience Design is a Catalyst to Innovation and a Driver for Business Growth

Experience Design is a Catalyst to Innovation and a Driver for Business Growth

Bryan Adams hosts a great podcast on creativity and storytelling called “Getting Goosebumps.” Shortly after publishing X: The Experience When Business Meets Design, Bryan invited me to be on the show and I’m sure glad he did! What a great conversation!  I’ve included it below… Getting Back to Customer Centricity with Brian Solis For this week’s episode of Getting Goosebumps, I had the chance to chat to Brian Solis. Brian’s the principal analyst at Altimeter Group and a sought after keynote speaker….

Customer Experience In The Age Of Digital Distraction

Customer Experience In The Age Of Digital Distraction

Tamara McCleary is a dear friend.  I was so happy when I joined her on SAP’s Tech Unknown podcast, a show that features “discussions from the edge of next.” Honestly, I didn’t know she was going to be the host. So, it was all the more special. Our conversation focused on what has become my next keynote topic/presentation, “Experience in the Age of Digital Distraction.” The impact of digital distraction on work and everything from CX to EX to experience…

How to Be Disruptive and not Disrupted – Motivation for Tomorrow’s Innovators

How to Be Disruptive and not Disrupted – Motivation for Tomorrow’s Innovators

As the fortune reads, “may you live in interesting times.” It’s both a blessing and a curse as interesting implies not only arousing curiosity or catching one’s attention, but also presenting challenging and enthralling opportunities and experiences. Well, we do live in interesting times and every day, I’m studying and living through new experiences and trends to learn, unlearn and grow. But interesting times doesn’t quite describe what’s happening today nor does it properly set expectations for what’s to come….

Savvy Business Leaders Podcast – Futurist Brian Solis on Reinventing Field Service Management

Savvy Business Leaders Podcast – Futurist Brian Solis on Reinventing Field Service Management

In this episode of the Savvy Business Leaders podcast series, host Bill Detwiler talks field service management with Brian Solis, Principal Analyst and Futurist at Altimeter Group, and Paul Bean, CEO of Mining Worldwide at Sodexo. Companies use field service management whenever they deliver products or services offsite. In part one, Solis explains how disruptive technologies are enabling connected field service and unlocking new business models. Then, we’ll learn how Sodexo is harnessing these technologies to make early, informed, and holistic decisions.

Chase Jarvis – BRIAN SOLIS: IT’S NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO BE GOOD ENOUGH

Chase Jarvis – BRIAN SOLIS: IT’S NOT GOOD ENOUGH TO BE GOOD ENOUGH

Today on the podcast,

How to take inspiration from brands, people and products that are outside your industry– for example, as Brian says Starbucks isn’t looking to other coffee companies for inspiration
We address the common misconception that innovation is synonymous with technology, and why innovation is really about understanding people- their behavior, their preferences – and finding a way to give it to them
Brian says that simply asking “why” is one of the best ways for us to uncover friction points and get rid of them. It’s such a simple question, but so powerful.
Enjoy!

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