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The Ogilvy Podcast
40 minutes | Aug 5, 2019
Fake News: Sorting Fact from Fiction
In this episode of the Ogilvy Podcast, we're joined by Iain Bundred, Managing Driector for PR and Influence at Ogilvy in EMEA (Europe, the Middle East and Africa), who has a lot to say on the subject of fake news—starting with his disdain for the term itself. Learn the difference between "disinformation" and "misinformation," how to analyze whether a something is true or not, and so much more!
41 minutes | Jul 18, 2019
The Pursuit of Insight
What is your data worth? By itself, probably not much. Add in some analytics and it becomes more valuable. But to get the most from your data, you have to ask the right questions at the right time and apply perspective and maybe a little patience to glean insights that can truly become transformative to your business. In this edition of the Ogilvy Podcast, we talk with Richard El-Hachem, Head of Knowledge and Intelligence in the Middle East/North Africa for Memac Ogilvy. Richard has spent his career in pursuit of insights. Listen along as he shares the fruits of his labor.
19 minutes | Jun 18, 2019
A History of Women in Advertising
In this special edition of the Ogilvy Podcast, we replay a conversation with writer Lynn Biederstadt who retired this month after a decades-long career in the advertising industry. Lynn provides a personal and provocative look at the experience of being a women in the male-dominated world of advertising. From pill box hats to working on “women’s brands” to seeing a new generation of leaders emerge, we discuss what has—and hasn’t—changed since the glory days of Madison Avenue.
38 minutes | May 31, 2019
Pestilence, War, Famine, And Death: Crisis Management In The Era Of The Apocalypse
It’s just a matter of time before every company ends up on the front page, the victim of fake news, cyber attacks, natural disasters, or out-of-control executives-gone-wild. When you specialize in helping brands navigate through their toughest times, your perspective on the world changes. In this episode, we’re joined by Chris Calland, Client Partner and Head of Crisis and Issues, Ogilvy UK, for a candid discussion about how organizations can prepare for the Four Horseman of the Crisis Apocalypse and the emerging threat of deepfake-powered attacks.
37 minutes | Apr 22, 2019
Healthcare Innovation and Inspiration at South by Southwest
Most people don’t equate Austin’s South by Southwest® (SXSW®) Conference & Festival with healthcare and medtech, but increasingly it’s a must-attend event for health innovators, entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, payers, and health system leaders. At this year’s festival, Ogilvy and humble ventures hosted a “Digital Health Pop-Up” that one reviewer called “an actually interesting panel on digital health.” We’re joined by Ritesh Patel, Chief Digital Officer - Health & Wellness, Ogilvy Consulting and Peter Fasano, Managing Partner, Digital Transformation, Ogilvy Consulting for a fascinating discussion on the state of innovation in healthcare, the ingredients necessary to propel transformation, and the obligatory agency roundup of SXSW happenings.
19 minutes | Mar 20, 2019
How To Listen To Your Employees
Executives and leaders expect employees to hear every word they say, write it down, and execute orders accordingly. But many don’t take the initial step to listen to their employees to understand the current highlights in the kitchen and the limitations that may not be apparent just from reading the menu. By some reports, at least 1/3 of employees don’t think that their company listens to their ideas for improving the business—and most leaders act surprised when their own initiatives fall short of expectations. We're joined by Cheryl Ader-Dunne, the Employee Experience Practice lead at Ogilvy, to talk about the state of corporate listening, how we can improve our own propensity to listen effectively, and how companies can improve the success of transformation initiatives just by listening more intently.
29 minutes | Nov 30, 2018
Delivering Content at the Speed of Digital Part 2
As brands and agencies seeks to deliver unprecedented volumes of content, many struggle with maintaining the content quality that savvy consumers demand. In this special two-part podcast, marketing strategist Steve Mudd speaks with two very special leaders who are transforming how content is delivered. In part 2, we speak with Charita Lucas, Ogilvy’s director of digital content delivery. Charita shares how her personal journey has made her more agile, how diversity influences creativity, and how her team scaled from delivering 380 content assets a year to 14,000.
25 minutes | Nov 15, 2018
Delivering Content At The Speed of Digital
Not too many years ago, brands and agencies had room to refine—to build content and stories that could stand the test of time. Now, we scroll past social tiles so quickly on our phones that everything has to pop right away. Fast, cheap, and good is the holy grail and we’re all striving to get there. In this special two-part podcast, marketing strategist Steve Mudd speaks with two very special leaders who are transforming how content is delivered. For part 1, we speak with Executive Creative Director, David Hernandez, about what summer camp has taught him about delivering creative content at the speed of digital.
31 minutes | Oct 10, 2018
The Link Between Data and Innovation
Innovation today goes hand in hand with digital transformation which goes hand in hand with data. Lots and lots of data. In this episode, marketing strategist Steve Mudd speaks with Rob Davis, Head of Digital, Ogilvy USA explore the connection between data and innovation, how companies shield themselves from new ideas, and why brands need to get down with OTT.
35 minutes | Aug 16, 2018
Saving Ourselves From Digital Takeover
Digital transformation is sweeping the world, but many businesses forget the impact on their most important resource: their employees. The often-unspoken objective is that machines take over simple tasks, making some workers redundant and creating uncertainty for those left behind. In this episode, host Steve Mudd speaks with Mike McFadden, leader of Experience Design at Ogilvy on the importance of empathy, the future of learning and development, and the coverup of old tattoos.
26 minutes | Jul 23, 2018
5 Technologies That Will Fundamentally Change Marketing...And Soon
The digital revolution has radically altered how the world lives and communicates, and thus, how marketers operate. But this sea change is far from complete. Are we prepared for the next wave of technological advancement that is going to change marketing, a wave that is right on the horizon? This episode of The Ogilvy Podcast comes from our office in Denver, where Steve Mudd sits down with Karen Cantey for a discussion on five technologies that all marketers need to pay attention to.
28 minutes | Jan 2, 2018
Where Do You Work?
As technology improves, more and more job functions can be fully completed remotely, having a big impact on both workers and businesses alike. Is this ultimately a good thing, bad thing, or something in between? We talked to Ben Waber, CEO of Humanyze about the present and future of remote work.
25 minutes | Oct 17, 2017
Circling Back with Michael DiSalvo on Jargon
Today, we're joined by Michael DiSalvo, VP of Health and Wellness at Ogilvy, to talk about jargon—why it exists, where it comes from, and how we can break the habit of using code language to say what we really mean.
60 minutes | Oct 9, 2017
Facing Adversity w/Malala Yousafzai and Sheryl Sandberg
In partnership with Intelligence Squared, we bring you a conversation about facing adversity, building resilience, and finding joy featuring two incredible women. Nobel Peace Price winner Malala Yousafzai and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg shared the IQ2 stage earlier this year with moderator Adam Grant for an inspiring talk—here's the conversation in its entirety.
17 minutes | Sep 27, 2017
Health, Wellness, and Brands
This week, health and wellness experts from across the globe have gathered in London at the first ever Ogilvy on Wellness conference. In this episode, Thomas Crampton is joined by Mathieu Jusserand, Executive Director of Digital Engagement at MSD, for a wide-ranging conversation on the latest issues facing the heath and wellness industry.
23 minutes | Aug 3, 2017
Everything is a Pattern
We are surrounded by patterns. They're everywhere in our environment, arts, and business. How do patterns affect our day-to-day lives? And how do patterns and originality intersect? We explore with Patrick Metzger, Dr. Jennifer Scott, Dr. Mark Mattson, and Derek Thompson.
21 minutes | Jul 11, 2017
Most Branded Content Sucks
Let's face it. Most branded content sucks, at least so far. But many media companies see it as a crucial part of their future business model. Branded content isn't going anywhere. How do you tell a good story that people want to engage with that also conveying the message a brand requires? Sebastian Tomich, VP of Advertising and Innovation for The New York Times, gives us his view.
20 minutes | Jun 23, 2017
Cannes — w/ Michael DiSalvo
We sat down with Michael DiSalvo, VP of Healthcare at Ogilvy New York to talk about his journey as a past Young Lions winner, what insights young people bring to the industry and more.
18 minutes | Jun 20, 2017
Cannes — w/ Jim Stengel and Jason Heller
It's the first Cannes edition of The Ogilvy Podcast! Jeremy Katz sits down with two special guests, Jim Stengel and Jason Heller. Then, we get into the neuroscience behind creativity, and why a drink might be the best way to break through writer's block.
31 minutes | May 1, 2017
Our New (Virtual) Reality
Hosts Chris Celletti and Carter Pearson investigate the present and future of virtual reality with the help of a number of experts in the field. Is the future of VR exciting, scary, or a little bit of both?
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