Posts Tagged ‘Amazon’

We Get What We Didn’t Know to Ask For: How AI Will Change Our World

May 29, 2019

Tom Koulopoulos
Chairman
Delphi Group
www.thebottomlesscloud.com

Tom Koulopoulos is chairman of the Boston-based global innovation think tank Delphi Group, named one of the fastest growing private companies in the US by Inc. magazine. He is the author of twelve books, including his most recent, The Bottomless Cloud, and formerly Executive Director of the Dell Innovation Lab. His academic involvement includes work with the Boston University Graduate School of Management, Bentley University, and the Babson College center for Business Innovation.

In this podcast, Tom discusses what AI really means and why it is so critical to the world we live in today. He talks about the AI flips the concept of brand loyalty to loyal brands, and how companies like Amazon and Tesla are already using AI algorithms to deliver differentiated service to their customers.


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Ruthless is Not a Dirty Word: How Being Thoughtfully Ruthless Builds Successful Leadership

June 15, 2016

val-wrightVal Wright
President
Val Wright Consulting
www.valwrightconsulting.com

Internationally acclaimed innovation expert Val Wright has been named one of the top 50 resources for Chief Operating Officers. She has worked with such companies as Amazon, BMW, Microsoft, Harrods, Marconi, the Sema Group, Starbucks, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Financial Times, and DreamWorks Animation. She is a regular contributor to CNBC, Inc. Magazine, Business Insider, Fast Company, Bloomberg, Reuters, LA Times, MSN, and Today, as well as the author of the recently released book Thoughtfully Ruthless: The Key to Exponential Growth.

In this podcast, Val talks about why being thoughtfully ruthless is critical for today’s leaders. She discusses how successful leaders are thoughtfully ruthless with their intentions, energy and resources, and how she has integrated these concepts into her own successful consulting practice.


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