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46 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Ep 7 - Kelly Huang, VP of Product, Ethyca
Creating a vision and acting with intent are skills that Kelly Huang, current VP of Product at Ethyca, takes into her everyday operations. She employed those principles to succeed in large-scale projects, like designing electronic medical record systems, and she continues to utilize her immense talent in product strategy and problem-solving to work toward a safer online world.
48 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
Ep 6 - Tony Dottino, President, Dottino Consulting Group
How is neuroscience related to running a truly transparent company? Are most leaders open to transparency, or is that just a current buzzword being thrown around for effect? Tony Dottino, founder of Dottino Consulting Group, doesn’t just study strategy, transformation, and employee engagement, he lives it. By asking the right questions, understanding the brain’s fight or flight response, and using both empathy and energy, Tony explores the science of how leaders can invoke a real and lasting change.
42 minutes | Jun 3, 2021
Ep 5 - Sarah Richardson, SVP & CIO, Tivity Health
Sarah Richardson — current Senior Vice President and Chief Information Office at Tivity, and founder of Concierge Leadership — set out for a future in hospitality, but the world of IT captured her interest and became the cornerstone of her vibrant career. From tackling the technology of mega-resorts to working in the systems of healthcare, Sarah believes in the power of digital evolution and the value of asking questions. Imagine a world where an at home body scan can provide information on your overall health, and offer feedback for preventative care. Is that level of technology right around the corner? Tune into episode 5 of The Breakthrough to learn more about Sarah’s passion for revolutionizing health and fitness by giving consumers access to life changing tools, all from the safety of their own home.
39 minutes | May 25, 2021
Ep 4 - Kevin Gray, CIO, City of Burbank, CA
Kevin Gray believes that the most impactful part of technology is what it can do for the people it serves. As the former VP of Global Media and Infrastructure Technology at Viacom, and the current Chief Information Officer for the city of Burbank, California, he’s continued to practice a thoughtful style of leadership to help build success. Tune into this episode of The Breakthrough with Theorem’s VP Operations, Alison Dean to learn what strategies Kevin has learned, the books that have helped him advance, and why he’d side himself with a boutique corporation versus a giant enterprise any-day.
44 minutes | May 18, 2021
Ep 3 - Drew Martin, CIO of Jack in the Box
Drew Martin attributes his success leading tech to putting people first. As the recent CIO of 70-year-old west coast fast food giant Jack in the Box, and a former IT leader at Sony Electronics and PepsiCo, he has steered transformational change at some of the biggest brands around. Today on the Breakthrough with Alison Dean, Drew looks back over a career marked by one central question: “How can you make people more productive by giving them better experiences?” Listen in as Drew discusses the benefits of earning buy-in and building trust with customers at every level — from employees, to franchisees, to the loyal guests who can’t get enough of their signature curly fries.*Drew Martin was serving as CIO at the time of the recording of this podcast in April of 2021, but as of May of 2021 has since stepped down
38 minutes | May 11, 2021
Ep 2 - Megan Prichard, Global Head of Autonomous Ride Sharing at Ford Motor Company
Megan Prichard knows a thing or two about revolutionary transportation. As the current Global Head of Autonomous Ridesharing at Ford Motor Co. and previous GM for Uber Air, she has had a pivotal role in the groundbreaking intersection of aviation and app-based travel. Today on The Breakthrough with Alison Dean, Megan paints a picture of a future where you step out of your home, order a flying Uber, and instead of driving 2 hours you arrive at your destination in 20 minutes - or at the very least you’ve gained a mobile office while the car you've stepped into drives itself. Listen in as Megan explains how quickly this scenario is coming to fruition as well as the safety standards and community guidelines that surround this new reality.
56 minutes | Apr 27, 2021
Ep 1 - Ron Glickman
If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that snacks from Trader Joe’s are irresistible. Yet while you leave your local store with your cart overflowing, you rarely think of the “IT Disaster Recovery Plan” necessary to keep those tasty treats on the shelves during a pandemic! On today’s debut episode of The Breakthrough, host Alison Dean chats with CIO of Trader Joe’s Ron Glickman. Ron shares the elements that make his game-changing perspective unique and the ways in which Trader Joe’s grocery stores have been adjusting and thriving through Covid-19 challenges.
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