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Insights In Depth: The future of government
26 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
The future of government service delivery
Technology may help drive the future of service delivery, but it can’t overshadow the humans being served. Siim Sikkut, CIO of Estonia, and New America fellow Marina Nitze discuss how to get that balance right.
19 minutes | May 5, 2021
The future of AI in government
Forget Hollywood: We’re not talking Terminators here. Bob Work of the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence explains how government can approach AI, and Carnegie Mellon’s Molly Steenson lays out the ethical framework for AI adoption
21 minutes | Apr 21, 2021
Restoring trust in government
In the United States, trust in government is at near historic lows. The authors of The Power of Trust discuss why that’s a problem, and former Chief Veterans Experience Officer Tom Allin reveals how that agency rebuilt trust.
22 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
The future of work in government
The pandemic redefined our understanding of where and how jobs had to be done. DHS’s Angie Bailey and NASA’s Elizabeth Kolmstetter share how their agencies are adapting to the new world of work.
32 minutes | Apr 1, 2021
The public sector is often seen as slow-moving and behind the times. But around the world, governments are creating innovative responses to intractable challenges. Join us as we dive into the exciting new developments in the future of government. This week, we talk with Dr. Sonal Shah of Georgetown University, Professor Sir Geoff Mulgan of University College London, and Bill Eggers and Mike Canning of Deloitte.
18 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Bank of America’s Andrea Smith on dealing with disruption from day one
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Bank of America CAO Andrea Smith, it meant embracing the unexpected, seeing examples of how not to lead, and knowing when to push for change.
21 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Kennedy Wilson’s Mary Ricks on making opportunity happen
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Kennedy Wilson president Mary Ricks, it meant taking a leap, being a team player, and knowing she’d be able to prove herself.
26 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
New York Life Investment Management’s Yie-Hsin Hung on the value of new perspectives
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For New York Life Investment Management’s CEO Yie-Hsin Hung, it meant overcoming some unexpected curveballs, honing in on values, and understanding why aspiration alone isn’t enough.
20 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Freddie Mac’s Debby Jenkins on moving beyond cultural affinity
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Freddie Mac Multifamilies executive vice president Debby Jenkins, it meant embracing competitiveness and understanding that you’re never done.
19 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
T. Rowe Price’s Céline Dufétel on overcoming the confidence gap
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For T. Rowe Price’s CFO Céline Dufétel, it meant navigating change (and ships), embracing the seven-minute rule, and not waiting for 110%.
21 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
TransUnion’s Swati Shah on moving from intention to action
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For TransUnion SVP of U.S. Markets Technology, it meant juggling change on multiple fronts, embracing experimentation, and learning by doing.
30 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Wells Fargo’s Debra Chrapaty on seeking change
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Wells Fargo CTO Debra Chrapaty, it meant making hard choices, living unapologetically, and embracing her superpowers.
30 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Citi’s Terri Gerosa on the power of make-or-break moments
The road to leadership is different for everyone. For Terri Gerosa, global head of operational risk and control for Citi’s Global Consumer Bank, it involved three countries, multiple pivot points, and seeing the difference between “no” and “not now.”
29 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
Capital One's Celia Edwards Karam on her path to leadership
The road to the C-suite is different for everyone. For Capital One Chief Audit Officer Celia Edwards Karam, it involved embracing audacious challenges, learning to quiet her inner monologue, and finding joy in the "big, hairy, interesting" problems.
32 minutes | Aug 4, 2020
What's next? A future look at the tech trends
Deloitte leaders Mike Bechtel, Scott Buchholz, Sonal Naik talk to Tanya Ott about the tech architecture of the future, the value of the freedom to fail, and investing in the new and the next.
24 minutes | Jul 28, 2020
The evolution of systems architecture design
Technology brings complexity. Sergei Komarov of National Australia Bank joins Deloitte’s Scott Buchholz and Saul Caganoff to discuss how architects can help navigate that complexity without losing sight of business goals.
23 minutes | Jul 14, 2020
Reshaping human-machine connections
AI-powered solutions may help technology respond to humans more naturally. Deloitte’s Amelia Dunlop and Scott Buchholz discuss the possibilities with Sterling National Bank’s Daniela Fiumara and Marcelo Theodoro.
27 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
Digital twins: Bridging the physical and digital
Digital twins can mirror specific products or illuminate entire systems. Tanya talks with Airservices Australia’s Mick Snell and Deloitte’s Scott Buchholz and Aaron Parrott about the possibilities this opens for business.
22 minutes | Jun 17, 2020
Effectively financing tech initiatives
IT and finance leaders are increasingly working together to operate at the speed of agile. Tanya talks with Scott Buchholz, Khalid Kark, and Brijesh Ammanath of Barclays about effectively financing tech initiatives.
38 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
A business-critical goal: Ethical tech and trust
We depend on technology – but do we trust it? Tanya talks with Scott Buchholz, David Danks, and Catherine Bannister about why embracing ethics in tech is so important for organizations.
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