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All about innovation, startups, and the future - discussing topics which range from technology (AI, IoT, Big Data) to technologies impact on humans (Work, Play, Culture) and the future of everything in any sector - retail, banking, technology, hiring, and more. We are always looking for Innovators like you to interview for our weekly podcast. If you have any stories on innovation, disruption or the future that you would like to share (happy or unfortunate), let us know. Support this podcast: ...
 
Broadcasting worldwide from Houston, "Disruption Nation" provides a platform for entrepreneurs and others who have desires to be successful and refuse to live by the rules and abide by conventions. Host, Taylor Waidhofer, aims to give guests a platform from which they can share their success story, how they got there and the secrets that made them who they are today.
 
Stay ahead of the accounting & finance curve with weekly insights on emerging technology, human intelligence and digital transformation. AICPA & CIMA's global community helps you leverage disruption today to prepare your profession for tomorrow. The Association of International Certified Professional Accountants shares exclusive interviews from finance professionals across the world. They unpick crucial trends in cybersecurity, blockchain, artificial intelligence, data analytics, robotic pro ...
 
Many opportunities and challenges are at the intersection of technology and financial services. And FinTech itself is rapidly evolving as businesses continuously innovate and new ideas come from unexpected places. At the same time, government regulators are trying to keep pace. Troy A. Paredes and Lee A. Schneider explore this disruption by engaging the leaders who are changing what FinTech is and how we think about it. In this biweekly podcast, Troy, former SEC Commissioner and founder of P ...
 
Today's world is dominated by disruption - digital, technology and business model disruption is impacting every industry and practically every business. But what does this disruption mean for you? Have you thought about how you can prepare and benefit from the opportunities? In the Disciplined Disruption Podcast, you will hear from some of the most brilliant minds insights, stories and implementation tips how you can thrive in today's fast-changing world - both in business or work and in life.
 
Caution! Listening to this weekly show about technology and culture may cause the following symptoms: uncontrollable laughter, onset confusion, chronic empathy, and heightened awareness. Listen at your own risk! Hosted by Georgia Dow, Brianna Wu, and Steve Lubitz.
 
Designed by Dr. Lydia Kostopoulos, Creative Disruption is a monthly podcast on creative ideas and social innovation featuring personal stories of people using disruptive ideas and technology as their medium. Meant to provide listeners with food for thought and for educators a pedagogical supplement in the classroom. This teaching experiment is running for the Spring 2016 semester.
 
Healthcare DisruPTion is the new bigger, better and more structured version of Business, Baseball and Bourbon. Don’t worry those 3 components will play heavily in this new iteration. We look forward to sharing our thoughts, books, examples and interviews with you to stimulate not only thinking BUT action too! It’s all about the patients, customers, clients and ultimately the consumers of Healthcare who are the end users! Are you ready to move healthcare forward? Join us! Thanks for listening ...
 
Recorded at Telstra Vantage 2019, this podcast is about meeting with the smartest brains navigating the razors edge of technology; it’s not about the future, because the future is here, ready or not. Hear from Telstra CEO Andy Penn, Telstra Group Executive of Enterprise Michael Ebeid, Accenture Senior Managing Director Johnathan Restarick plus more. Hosted by Dan Ilic.
 
Welcome to The Art of Digital Disruption. Every week, we’ll tackle topics related to the scientific art of disruption, pulling trending topics related to AI and Machine Learning, DevOps, IoT, and the Cloud from the news and discussing them with experts and influencers. Master the art of digital disruption with 10th Magnitude. Presented by our Chief Disruptor and host, Steven Borg.
 
Healthcare DisruPTion is the new bigger, better and more structured version of Business, Baseball and Bourbon. Don’t worry those 3 components will play heavily in this new iteration. We look forward to sharing our thoughts, books, examples and interviews with you to stimulate not only thinking BUT action too! It’s all about the patients, customers, clients and ultimately the consumers of Healthcare who are the end users! Are you ready to move healthcare forward? Join us! Thanks for listening!
 
We dive head first into deciphering Digital Disruption and what it means. What does digital mean in general and what is Digital DNA? What is Digital Entitlement and our baseline expectations of digital experiences everywhere. Are companies like Amazon making brick and mortar obsolete or are they forcing companies to change and mordernize? Can big box stores still be relevant? Is it technology, is it timing, is it using the data we already have?
 
Disruption of traditional healthcare is inevitable and will be a central challenge for healthcare governance. We see new examples of “business disruption” every day, as innovators use technology, scale and consumer insights to create a lower-priced, more convenient consumer experiences, and force traditional companies down a path of compulsory cost-cutting and lost relevance. While the size and complexity of healthcare have slowed the process of disruption, its high costs and lack of conveni ...
 
Excuse the Disruption is a podcast where Dan Cox interviews disruptors in their industry, individuals who have gone against the grain and done things their own way. People who have challenged and changed the status quo. Dan interviews people that have had an impact on Culture, Business, Entertainment, Sports, Nutrition, and a number of other fields. If you love hearing disruptors discuss their stories, paths to success, challenges and how they pushed against the norm, you will love this pod ...
 
A podcast about the disruption in our lives, how to move with the times, and how it has only just begun. In each episode, Keegan will share his thoughts on new and emerging technology, why it’s important, and why it could go mainstream. Keegan has been speaking about tech, SaaS, culture, and film since 2014 on podcasts, webinars, and blogs, and has had a startup featured to a national print and tv audience.
 
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There’s a lot of controversy surrounding the upcoming constitutional amendment vote on Marsy’s law. Supporters describe it as a “victim’s bill of rights” while opponents say the law will erode the rights of the accused and leave victims even more vulnerable. Which side is right? Listen to one of the amendment’s staunchest supporters, State Senator …
 
" You might get your own people up and running, but do you have a vendor that's NOT going to be available?" (132) You're prepared, but what happens if your business-critical vendor isn't? Amy Vetter hosts this month's Cyber Security Advisory discussion. With panellists Audrey Katcher of Ruben Brown and Torpey White of WipFli, they explore vendor ri…
 
The Granite Shares CEO finishes our conversation sharing his thoughts about the differences between public companies and private companies and how public markets can force companies to have more discipline. He also offers insight into some of his ideas for ongoing innovation and our financial markets. Stay tuned at the end as Troy and Lee discuss w…
 
The GraniteShares CEO finishes our conversation sharing his thoughts about the differences between public companies and private companies and how public markets can force companies to have more discipline. He also offers insight into some of his ideas for ongoing innovation and our financial markets. Stay tuned at the end as Troy and Lee discuss wh…
 
"We've combined three years of cybersecurity conversations, 20 episodes to choose from, all via just ONE link". (131). Because it's Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020, we've put together a special playlist of 20 cybersecurity-focused episodes. Find them by clicking on this link: CyberSec20 Resources. Use these links to find out more about this topi…
 
Good morning everyone, and welcome to the thinkfuture podcast. I'm your host, Crystal Palace, and once again, we're coming in July from deep in the heart of Silicon Valley, California. Now I ask you. Do you find that innovation has stalled lately? The innovation has run up against a brick wall and doesn't seem to be getting anywhere. And I wonder i…
 
"This is a very significant step for the profession; it's a LEADERSHIP step." (130). What's the security value of a name? CPA.com CEO Erik Asgeirsson outlines the many security and branding benefits of .cpa, a new top-level domain for the finance and accounting profession. Talking Points. These are just some of the topics discussed in this episode.…
 
Do you feel that innovation is meaningless? An actual quote from the leader of an innovation group "At this point, thinking about the future is meaningless" Falling back on short-term thinking is a mistake They don't see the ramifications of this Look beyond the crisis - surf on it or hide under it Take the crisis and use it as an opportunity for y…
 
William Rhind is founder and CEO of GraniteShares, a recent entrant in the exchange traded funds space. As William explains, financial innovation -- and associated disruption -- continues. That disruption could come from new goods or services or whole new business models. He also touches on themes we hear from other entrepreneurs around the challen…
 
Drew Manning is the NY Times Best Selling Author of the book, Fit2Fat2Fit and is best known for his Fit2Fat2Fit.com experiment that went viral online. He’s been featured on shows like Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, The View and many more. His experiment has become a hit TV show, called Fit to Fat to Fit, airing on A&E & Lifetime. His new book Comple…
 
This was a fun podcast. Kent Masterson Brown is a terrific legal and Supreme Court Scholar, we discussed the nomination of Amy Coney Berrett to the Supreme Court, and then we dove into history and why it’s important to know it, repeat it, and save it. Finally we talked about Kentucky history and specifically Daniel Boone and his role in what has be…
 
"You do have to be equipped to ask enough of the RIGHT questions." (129). October is Cybersecurity Month in the EU and the USA, so all month we'll be sharing episodes about IT risks, threat-mitigation and security strategies. The founder and CEO of NMGI, our guest Randy Johnston is recognised as a Top 25 thought-leader in accounting and technology.…
 
Councilman Anthony Piagentini joins us in a wide ranging discussion talking about his personal experience with #COVID and what the President faces, failed Louisville Leadership in the Breonna Taylor incident, and the nationwide ammo shortage. The post DZ Ep 123 – Metro Councilman Anthony Piagentini Talks Failed Louisville Leadership, Presidential C…
 
Why do disruptive innovation efforts fail so often? Is innovation all about meeting customer desires? JTBD Theory creates a "job description" of the customer's desires There is the "job" and "how is the job done" Similar to things I've been talking about There is always a mismatch between demand and supply We can use technology to capture the custo…
 
"We focus a lot on the convenience and mobility of the medium... THAT is a really interesting value proposition." (128). On International Podcast Day - September 30th - we're joined from Canada by Michael Kravshik. The LumiQ CEO tells us about the podcast-inspired startup he founded to help CPAs turn podcast-listening into learning-credits. Talking…
 
Educating the World about Emerging Technologies. We return with Sunayna Tuteja to hear her views on the importance of education, as firms and investors approach new financial services and emerging asset classes. This involves learning from investors and customers to help create the tools and materials they need. A disciplined approach to innovation…
 
Are you denying human nature when you design your products? When you try to make humans better, most of the times your efforts fall flat Do you expect too much of your customers? Like rational behavior? It's near impossible to change human nature, so you need to work with it not against it Communism and socialism fail because they expect people to …
 
Josh Crawford stops back by the pod and we discuss work ethic lessons from our fathers, the Breonna Taylor case and criminal justice reform, and the SCOTUS mess in the wake of Justice Ginsberg’s death. The post DZ Ep 122 – Josh Crawford/Pegasus Institute: Work Ethic, Weight Lifting, Breonna Taylor and SCOTUS Mess appeared first on The Disruption Zo…
 
"It's very important to get your PATIENTS involved in understanding what good security-stewardship means." (127). In the fourth of our Cybersecurity Advisory series, a panel of experts explores the economic and technological challenges facing the health care industry as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Host Jeff Krull of Baker Tilly is joined by …
 
3 Tips on Dealing with Time Firstly, people don't start working on stuff until halfway until it's due For example, if your team has a 4-week deadline, then they won't start working on it in earnest in 2 weeks. So always cut your deadlines in half. Work both expands and contracts to fit the time allotted Secondly, imagine in your mind that the work …
 
" This is a great time to make a list of top-of-mind PEOPLE who you haven't spoken to in a while." (126). Returning guest Julie Holunga is a leadership trainer, speaker and author who works with corporate women, primarily in the legal, accounting, technology, and professional services fields. Speaking from Denver, USA, she tells the AICPA's Scott K…
 
The Pivot to Emerging Technologies in Financial Services. We welcome Sunayna Tuteja, who heads TD Ameritrade’s digital and emerging technologies efforts. Her vision of technology as democratizing finance and creating financial inclusion fits in with the overall founding ethos of Ameritrade. She thinks carefully about what the problem is, why is it …
 
Ajita was recently appointed as CEO of Calbright College – a public, online campus founded in 2018 designed to prepare millions for the future of work. Calbright teaches the hard and soft skills required to succeed on day one of employment, and crafts low-to-no-cost online program pathways designed to connect students with new job opportunities. A …
 
"There are lessons that we ALL can learn from this fairy tale". (125). Lynn Fountain (CPA, CGMA, CMA, MBA) is a finance professional, author, and an international leadership and management trainer who brings a unique perspective to our conversation. We discuss what the keys to leadership are, and how we can find them by using the story of The Wizar…
 
Are you lazy? Are your customers lazy? Do your customers prefer things to be done for them? Then why do you force your customer's through your own hoops? People don't want to "bank", they want their money managed. People don't want a mortgage, they want a home People don't want a car loan, they want a car Are you making your customers jump through …
 
In this wide ranging conversation we compare our home broadcast studios, discuss Nancy Pelos’s “Wash and Blow Out” shenanigans, and dive deep into how Bureaucrats now run the country. The post DZ Ep 121 – Nancy Pelosi’s “Blow Out” and Thomas Massie Wonders Who Made the CDC Your Landlord? appeared first on The Disruption Zone.…
 
"Getting newer and younger existing staff...ENGAGED ...is never more important than it is today." (124). CPA.com's Steve Menges returns to conclude our two-part exploration of how CPA practices can virtualise their operations. He shares practical examples to help others choose their own paths to business-virtualisation. OUR GUEST Steven Menges is a…
 
Are you getting the kind of innovation that you are looking for? Ever wonder why that is? Maybe they aren't incentivized to create billion-dollar ideas? Maybe they are actually incentivized to play politics? What kind of incentives are you dangling in front of your employees? Most companies promote and award people for career movement, not better s…
 
"We're seeing more stories now where information is being compromised - when it should NOT be - in this new work from home environment." (123). In the third episode of our monthly Cybersecurity Advisory series, host Jim Gilbert, CPA, CITP, CGMA is joined by Audrey Katcher of Rubin Brown LLP and Jeff Olejnik of Wipfli LLP. In an ever-changing data e…
 
A quick episode tonight – Daniel Cameron joined me on KFYI in Phoenix today. He took his message straight to Joe Biden’s hypocrisy. He nailed it. The post DZ Ep 120 Daniel Cameron Discusses His Speech at RNC appeared first on The Disruption Zone.The Disruption Zone
 
Special episode! Do you know the way to Sacramento? We are joined by three people from Sacramento for a discussion about the efforts the city and the state of California are undertaking to help create economic inclusion by closing the digital divide, bridging the skills gap, and encouraging innovation in FinTech and beyond. Barry Broome, President …
 
Ever had to deal with Negativity and Negative People? They shoot down your ideas and tell you how things are so terrible What do you do with them? Where do negative people take you? You probably can't change them into something else Negative people have their place - maybe not in your innovation group Get them out of your situation - innovation req…
 
"A lot of fast-growing large tech companies want to ELEVATE their accounting teams...through automation." (122). We talk bots and RPA with Gappify, an accounting-automation startup based in San Francisco. Kyle Hannan (AICPA & CIMA, London) is joined from New York by Gappify CEO and founder Jotham Ty, and Sales VP James Hall. RESOURCES. Find out mor…
 
This was by far one of the most interesting conversations I’ve ever had with the most interesting Congressman in Washington DC. We start of with stories of living in trailers and off the grid life, then we tackle the biggest myths and lies of #COVID19 and finally discuss pardoning Edward Snowden. Was he a hero or a villain? You decide. Oh, and some…
 
Alan Keck was elected mayor of his hometown of Somerset in November 2018, after running a dynamic campaign to unify this southeastern Kentucky city and light it up through tourism, economic development, and community spirit. In his 19 short months in office, he and his team have rebranded the city, generated new revenue through business growth whil…
 
So much should have happened by now: Blade Runner, The Eugenics Wars, Flying Cars, Living on Mars, Human Clones, Time Looping Super Soldiers, Khan Noonien Singh, much longer life expectancy We have none of this - although we may have human clones somewhere Everything that is possible will happen - the only question is when What do you want to do to…
 
"In 2020, change in key areas is NO longer optional." (121). The first in a two-part exploration of how CPA practices can virtualise their operations. CPA.com's Steve Menges outlines the steps that firms can take right now to holistically digitise services, drive efficient high-quality work, and bring even more value to clients. OUR GUEST Steven Me…
 
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