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.
The public perception of science has shifted over time – what once inspired, now can instill fear and distrust. It’s imperative that we reclaim the narrative back to the heart of what science can be: hopeful and human. This week Seema Kumar, Vice President, Innovation, Global Health, and Policy Communication at Johnson & Johnson Innovation chats with guest host, Greg Matthews, Managing Director, Healthcare Analytics Innovation at W2O, about how this looks, what JNJ Innovation is doing about it, and the King Pop.
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.