WSJ Women in the Workplace is an event that brings together business leaders to have a real conversation about how managers, executives and companies can be better at building inclusive workplaces. Brooke Bullen, Group Director of W2O, Abby Hayes, Managing Director of W2O and Jennifer Shaugnessy, Managing Director of W2O, share key learnings from the event.
Ready to get to know the man behind the mic? Host of What2Know and W2O CMO, Aaron Strout is this week's guest. He chats with Lisa Kalfus, VP of Marketing at Wente, about all things marketing and about the mentors who have impacted him profoundly. Plus, he shares two stellar book recs.
Delaney Tarr, Lauren Hogg, Co-Founders of March For Our Lives, and Board Member, Ariel Hobbs join us this week. They chat about leveraging social media to create a movement, they open up about the challenges of activism, plus share some of their favorite albums.
Making space for diversity and inclusion is critical in every industry. Dr. Michael Lomax, President & CEO of the United Negro College Fund, discusses this, the impact of UNCF’s work, and his affinity for bel canto-style opera.
This week's guest, Diana Kapp, discusses her book "of Girls Who Run the World", unpacks how we all can contribute to real progress for women, and delves into the purpose behind her recent open-letter to Forbes.
Giving youth their moon shot is best for our future. Nancy Conrad, Founder and Chairman of the Conrad Foundation, discusses the role the Conrad Challenge plays in helping youth design the future, she discusses her late husband, Pete Conrad, former NASA Astronaut, plus she shares her life motto.
Creating a patient experience that is instant, ongoing, and relational is the future of healthcare. Blake McKinney, MD, Chief Medical Officer of CirrusMD and President of CirrusMD Provider Network discusses telemedicine, the future of industry, and Les Miserables.
If we invest in the future, in the right ways, we can make the world a better place for all. Stephen Ibaraki, Serial Entrepreneur, Futurist, and Investor, dives into this further on this week’s episode. Plus, he discusses technology’s relationship to healthcare, the aging population, and a new book he's particularly excited about.
Leveraging AI, machine intelligence, language translation, and localization can have tremendous benefits for our society. CEO of Lionbridge, John Fennelly, discusses this, the industry’s future, Jefferson Airplane, and his new pup.
This week’s guest, Matthew Holt, wears many hats from Co-Chair of Health 2.0 to President of SMACK.Health. Why? To disrupt healthcare in order to strengthen it. He shares how this is done, the future of data and pricing, the greatest invention from the last 50 years, and his love for Queen.
We all have a role to play in health equity and it’s time we all do our part in making it a reality. This week’s guest, Stephen Lockhart, M.D. PhD, Chief Medical Officer of Sutter Health, shares action steps, the future of the industry, the role technology will play, and his love of Miles Davis.
Integrating across people, tools, and systems is the key to bettering US #healthcare. Matt Menning, Director of IHMI Engagement at American Medical Association, expands on this idea in this week’s episode. Plus he discusses data, Obamacare, and an obscure band from the seventies he believes everyone should know.
Improving healthcare through technology is both our reality and future. This week’s guest Tanvi Vattikuti Abbhi, Co-Founder of Veta Health, not only understands this challenge, but fully embraces. Tanvi dives into this, how to effectively use data, fitness wearables, and Britney Spears.
Early intervention is essential to providing better healthcare according to this week’s guest, Jason Alderman, Chief Communications Officer of Clover Health. Jason dives into this, the role of comms professionals in healthcare (and beyond), and relives his days as a child actor.
Reimagining health care will require an active unlearning of stoic frameworks. As an industry, we should challenge ourselves to unlearn older paradigms in order to create a better system for the future. Rasu Shrestha, Chief Innovation Officer of UPMC and EVP of UPMC Enterprises, dives into this, gene editing, AI, and Sting.
Our producer, Blaire Clause, reflects on some of her favorite episodes from the past year and a half. She includes clips of key soundbites from entrepreneurs and experts in the healthcare, technology, and consumer industries. See more at w2ogroup.com/what2know
Understanding and stopping terrorism requires a multifaceted approach, this week’s guest understands this first hand. Fred Burton, Chief Security Officer of Stratfor, and Author, shares what it takes to counter acts of terror, books that inspire him, and The Boss.
How will our health impact our lifestyle? What role will video games play? Bob Johansen, Distinguished Fellow of the Institute for the Future and Author, discusses all things related to the future, his latest book, and his recent love of Arcade Fire and Imagine Dragons.
Marketing in the world of tech takes agility, a mastery of technology, and a deep understanding of audience. This week Alyson Griffin, VP of Global Brand & Thought Leadership at Intel Corporation, unpacks how to do this well, how the world of tech has evolved, and her love of Nirvana.
Providing flexibility for employees is necessary in today's modern workplace. Marcus Sawyerr, President of Adecco Group X shares the various ways companies can provide this flexibility, the books that are currently inspiring him, and Taekwondo…all in a killer British accent.
Did you know we waste over 365 million pounds of food every day? Did you know there’s something you can do about it? CEO of Copia, Komal Ahmad, is on a mission to solve the world’s dumbest problem, hunger. Komal sits down with host, Aaron Strout, to discuss the logistics behind the hunger crisis, how we all can play a role in solving this issue, and the books that inspire her. Plus, she recommends a video that we guarantee will make you smile.
No doubt music has the ability to make us feel and empathize, because of this it can actually effect change. Chuck Leavell, Keyboardist for the Rolling Stones, Co-Founder of Mother Nature Network, and Author dives into this more with host, Aaron Strout, plus he discusses his love for the environment and dog training.
What does it mean to actually have a brand that is customer-centric? Pete Blackshaw, Head of Digital Innovation & Service Models at Nestle, discusses this, avocado farming, and indie music.
Whether it’s an in-store appearance or nationwide ad campaign – an athlete’s career is ultimately a business. This week Ahmad Nassar, President of NFL Players Inc., chats about building mutually beneficial relationships between players and the NFL, the future of tech in sports, plus you won’t believe who used to be his law school professor.
Doing good not only feels good, but it’s the right thing to do. This week Sue Petersen, Executive Director of the Giants Community Fund discusses the importance of doing social good, how organizations can do this well, and some pretty stellar Mel Brooks’ movies.