Welcome to the DojoLIVE! Recap Show It’s Monday! Let’s get it. On today’s DojoLIVE! Recap Show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 2 shows: Real-Time Engagement Connects Us Across Borders — Reggie Yativ From healthcare to the workplace to education and beyond, Real-Time Engagement technology is powering the creation Read More…
How to find the best smart devices for your home, car and life. Mark W. Westlake is the CEO and Founder of GearBrain. He is a veteran digital executive with a proven ability to lead and build successful digital businesses. Over the past 25 years, he has erected a successful track record in the online Read More…
On today’s DojoLIVE! Recap Show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 3 shows: Communication Is Just as Important as Code — Scott Ford Aligning Sales and Marketing Teams During Times of Change — Randy Wootton The Accidental Entrepreneur — Jeff Kofman
On today’s DojoLIVE! Recap Show we are highlighting the key points from last week interviews. We had 3 shows: Software is Eating Your Car — Hemant Sikaria Monitoring Energy Infrastructure using AI and Software — Vikhyat Chaudhry Collaborative Enterprise AI — James Briggs
The Three-Digit Number That Never Sleeps — Nirit Rubenstein Healthy People, Healthy Buildings, And A Healthy Environment — Jeff Allen Video and AI: Reshaping E-commerce Experiences And Customer Reviews. — Ajay Bam
1. Defining The Standard For Financial Crime Risk Management — Shane Riedel & Filipe Garcia 2. Overcoming the Global Pandemic of Dysfunctional Organizations and Disengaged Employees — Kimberly Wiefling 3. AI and Software: Streamlining Developer Workflows — Jeff Haynie
Today’s recap topics: 1. Can We Cure Cancer With Artificial Intelligence? — Mark Collins 2. Manufacturing And Flexible Capacity Through On-Demand Labor — Noah Labhart 3. Buyer’s Remorse: Why ERP Software Purchases Don’t Meet expectations and how to avoid the problem — Chris Doig
Delivering Smarter Translation — Danny May Making critical information available to global audiences during COVID-19. Powering Businesses With People Motivation — Sumit Khandelwal A journey to building a full-stack motivation and engagement technology company.
Digital Procurement — Lachlan McDonald How data driven contracts make us more resilient and effective in todays world. Interview Engineering: Fixing the Broken Technical Interview — Shannon Hogue The problem with most interviews is that they are deemed as nobody’s job. This company made it theirs.
A Journey to Better Care Using Technology — James Cohen Can you scale a healthcare tech company multi-nationally? Operationalizing Data and AI Ethics — Reid Blackman How does ethical data/AI mitigate risk and create efficiency? The Squiggly Path to Success — Sammy James 10 years of failures, fear and finding our way
We are recapping last week interviews: Cultivating the New Entrepreneurs of the Digital Age — Kenny Rueter The (Disrupted) Future of Education — Alex Asher Building Trust and Being an Agent of Change in the In-Game Advertising Space — Jonathon Troughton
Telehealth: The New Normal — Josh Scales Was COVID the tipping point for Telehealth? Business-to-Customer Communication Platforms — Sam Xia How can small business owners communicate faster and more effectively with customers through technology?
Sustainability in Fashion – The Way Ahead — Soumajit Bhowmik Can Technology and AI solve problems related to inventory management, liquidation of unsold inventory and warehousing? Video: The New Content Marketing — Daniel Glickman How brands are building marketing funnels using video only.
Benjamin Kearns, VP of Engineering DataStax With 10 years of full-stack software leadership and business strategy experience, Benjamin Kearns , VP of Engineering at DataStax, has learned that the key to running a successful company is sourcing the right people, and then finding the proper balance of process and freedom to keep those people inspired Read More…
Jose Leal, Co-founder @ Radicals Jose Leal is a co-founder of the Radical, a movement focused on the intersection of human interdependence and social structures. An innovator, he started an architectural drafting business at the age of 16. In the mid-nineties, Jose co-founded his third company, Autonet.ca, Canada’s first online automotive media company. After a conglomerate acquired Read More…