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Inside Forbes Councils shares transformative insights and advice from members of Forbes Councils (https://forbescouncils.com). Forbes Councils are invitation-only communities for successful executives and entrepreneurs. If you're interested in becoming a member, find out if you qualify at https://forbescouncils.com/qualify/.
 
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Robert LoCascio, founder and CEO of LivePerson and Forbes Technology Council member, discusses how voice search needs to move from command-based systems to conversation-based systems. LoCascio explains the difference between asking an AI to play music or look up the weather and asking AI to plan your vacation.…
 
Ilissa Miller, founder and CEO of iMiller Public Relations and Forbes Agency Council member, discusses B2B marketing and public relations in the communications infrastructure space. Behind our favorite apps are a myriad of businesses that are not household names, but who are responsible for the success of consumer platforms; Miller discusses market…
 
Forbes Business Development Council member Joel Goldstein, president of Mr. Checkout Distributors, explains how new products find a home in retail stores. Goldstein discusses how he evaluates products and connects distributors with retail stores, and what producers need to do before their product becomes a success.…
 
Forbes Business Council member Steven Bowen of Maine Pointe returns to the podcast for a discussion with Michael Burnette from the University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Institute and Josué Muñoz, Vice President Global Supply Chain Demand & Systems of Colgate-Palmolive. They discussed supply chain synchronization, digitization, quickly acces…
 
Forbes Technology Council member Terence Mills, CEO of Ai.io, explains the value of designing an explainable and accountable AI, something he called “white box AI.” White box AI not only gives a decision, but also explains the process by which it came to that decision. Mills also showcases how white box AI is making an impact in the healthcare indu…
 
Forbes Technology Council member Noa Khamallah is senior vice president and co-founder of Charge, a micro-mobility company dedicated to building the largest network of electric charging, storage and service stations for e-bikes and e-scooters. Khamallah discusses his success as an entrepreneur despite never having finished school and the power of p…
 
Forbes Technology Council member Dr. José Morey, chief medical innovation officer of Liberty BioSecurity, discusses how we can prepare for the upcoming period of exponential change, driven by innovation. By diversifying our skill set, cultivating curiosity, and being flexible in how we define ourselves, we can stay relevant and adapt to change, muc…
 
Forbes Business Council member Steve Bowen, CEO of Maine Pointe returns to the podcast for a discussion with Harry Overly, CEO of Sun-Maid. They discuss the brand strength of the iconic red box of raisins, overcoming complacency in product development, improving internal collaboration and, of course, how a focus on end-to-end supply chain managemen…
 
Opportunity Zones are a way for investors to reinvest capital gains into distressed and low-income communities for deferred and preferential tax treatments. But, in order to maximize the tax benefit, investors must get in before the end of 2019. Forbes Real Estate Member, David Sillaman, CEO of Eazy Do It, explains what an opportunity zone is, the …
 
What is leadership finesse and why is it important? Dr. Ryan Lahti, managing principal of OrgLeader and author of “The Finesse Factor: How to Build Exceptional Leaders in STEM Organizations,” discusses leadership finesse and its value. In sharing his insight, he explains the seven essentials of finesse and how to develop them.…
 
Agile methodologies are making the leap from software development to project management in other industries, some of which are client-facing. Forbes Councils members Kison Patel, Christopher Yang, and Eryk Warren discuss how agile is expanding, how to make it more be more client-centric, and what’s getting lost in mass adoption.…
 
It’s been ten years since the Great Recession and, historically-speaking, markets are overdue for another. Forbes Councils members Natalie Nathanson, Roxana Maddahi, Jeeyan Rostam-Abadi, and Felix Hartmann discuss what you can do to safeguard your business and personal wealth… even if a recession never comes! THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN SHOULD…
 
When you’re hiring, you are evaluating job candidates, but they are also forming opinions about your company, opinions that may influence whether they accept an offer, their perception about your brand, and what they tell their peers. Forbes Councils members Kelly Loudermilk of BuildHR, Cara Heilmann of Ready, Reset, Go, and Kandace Miller of Entel…
 
Cyber risk is real, but can seem like an obstacle in the path of rapid innovation. Adam Hunt, CTO and chief data scientist of RiskIQ and Fredrik Nilsson, VP of Americas for Axis Communications, explain why cybersecurity professionals need to be viewed as partners in product development.Forbes Councils tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Forbes Boston Business Councils member Steve Bowen of Maine Pointe returns to the podcast with another discussion on supply chain management. He is joined by Michael Burnette from the University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Institute, to discuss the impact of digital transformation and company culture on sales and operations planning.…
 
With the abundance of data available to advertisers, it is now easier than ever to craft strong, targeted email campaigns. Forbes Councils members Paula Chiocchi and Antoine Bonicalzi share their tips for growing your email list and then using it for more than a simple newsletter.Forbes Councils tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Alina Shaffer, Chief Operating Officer of LivingHR and Forbes Human Resources Council member, shares tips on cultivating a healthy sense of community in workplaces that have remote employees. She touches on how technology is a great tool, but not a complete replacement for strategic HR.Forbes Councils tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Being strategic about your supply chain can improve cash flow, drive shareholder value, and yield greater profits. Forbes Council member and founder & CEO of Maine Pointe, Steven Bowen, discusses these issues with Dr. Paul Dittmann, assistant head of the Department of Supply Chain Management at University of Tennessee’s Haslam College of Business. …
 
Today, workplaces are more diverse than they have ever been. Much attention is given to gender and racial diversity, but other factors — like age — also come into play. In this episode, Forbes Councils members Lorna Weston-Smyth and Kimberly Lewis discuss the challenges and opportunities of a multi-generational workforce and offer tips for creating…
 
If you have data, you have cyber risk, and if you have a vulnerability, it will be exploited. But what is the most common vulnerability that organizations have? Forbes Councils members Danny Pehar and Daniel Schwartz share their insights on how you can mitigate your company’s cybersecurity risk.Forbes Councils tarafından oluşturuldu
 
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