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The Digital Enterprise with Debasish Mishra
27 minutes | Jul 16, 2020
Episode 10 - Crisis Leadership & Cancel Culture: Interview with Denise Graziano
In this week's episode, speak with marketing communications expert Denise Graziano about the pandemic crisis and cancel culture. Denise is CEO of boutique marketing firm, Graziano Associates and best-selling author of "Talent is a Team Sport." Denise is a thought leader and trusted advisor to C-Suite clients, helping them to create change, improve trust, relationships and communication with their employees and increase revenue, retention, and loyalty with customers.
32 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
Episode 9 - Innovation in the Pandemic: Interview with Dan Seewald
In this episode, we talk to innovation expert Dan Seewald, former Head of Worldwide Innovation for Pfizer to learn how the pandemic may be affecting creativity and innovation for individuals and organizations. Dan also shares ideas for how to maintain and sustain innovation with a remote work force.
12 minutes | Jun 4, 2020
Episode 8 - Leadership and Engagement in Pandemic and Crisis
With only a third of employees reporting that they feel engaged at work, is it time to rethink our approach to leadership? In this week's episode, I share my thoughts on leadership and engagement, especially in light of the pandemic and other global crises. For feedback, please feel free to reach out to me: email@example.com Thanks for listening!
48 minutes | May 14, 2020
Episode 7 - Chief Architects Chat on Covid and Cloud
In this week's episode, I speak with Gary Meadows, former chief architect at Corning about the implications of the pandemic on enterprise technology and technology providers. Gary is a highly experienced technologist with a strong background of delivering IT strategy and global IT leadership at an enterprise level. He's had multiple roles throughout a career at Corning, with expertise in infrastructure technologies and deployment at a global scale. He served as chief architect for the company where he oversaw the implementation of managed infrastructure services amongst other strategic intiatives. Follow Gary on Twitter - @Gary_Meadows - for the latest updates on what's happening in enterprise technology. Please subscribe to the podcast! If you have feedback or show ideas, please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you - see you next time!
41 minutes | Apr 30, 2020
Episode 6: Scaling Cybersecurity - Interview with Josh Feldman, VP of Security Architecture, Radian
Cybersecurity has exploded as a top priority for today's enterprise, especially in the Covid-19 crisis as more business collaboration is occurring online. Yet, it's still a relatively young discipline with growing pains, especially when it comes to scale. Josh Feldman, VP of Security Architecture and Engineering for Radian joins the Digital Enterprise to share his perspectives on cyber in the covid-19 crisis and how Radian scales their cyber practices. ABOUT JOSH FELDMAN Joshua is a successful IT Security Leader having driven multiple programs supporting Intel-Systems at the US Department of Defense, Research and Manufacturing Security at Corning, Inc, and Financial Services Security and Customer Privacy at Moody’s – a Capital Market Bond Ratings Agency. His area of expertise is designing, testing, and operating cost effective security solutions that proactively prevent, detect, and respond to the ever-increasing threats posed from Nation-State and Cyber-Criminal actors. His current role at Radian Group, Inc <NYSE: RDN>, is leading the security architecture, engineering, and operations teams. Radian is a market leading mortgage insurance and mortgage services company — his mission is protecting and defending over 60 million US-based mortgage and real estate customers. You can find Josh's books on Amazon. FEEDBACK FOR THE DIGITAL ENTERPRISE Feel free to share your feedback, thoughts and ideas to DM[at]digitalenterpri.se Thanks for listening!
17 minutes | Apr 23, 2020
E5: 5 Characteristics of a Digital Enterprise
In this episode, I level set on my definition of a digital enterprise - distinguished by five characteristics that reflect organizations that are truly digital versus "analog" companies. This is important for helping identify what needs to be transformed within the organization. There's an HBR article that talks about adaptability as a competitive advantage that I reference during the episode. I'll be having a "fireside chat" with Ian Stendara from Ardoq on Tuesday, April 28th at 9am EST about what enterprise architects can do during the Covid-19 crisis. In Episode 6, I'll have Josh Feldman of Radian talking about how they make cybersecurity scalable. Tune in! Please subscribe to the podcast and/or share it!
35 minutes | Apr 17, 2020
Episode 4 - Interview with Mark Clark
In Episode 4, we talk with Mark Clark, former CIO of Corning about how CIOs are looking at Covid 19. Mark also shares his perspective on digital transformation and how manufacturers are thinking about it. Mark Clark is a results-driven business professional with extensive experience in strategy and business development, digital transformation, IT and risk management, program leadership, process improvement and culture change. In 2020, Mark retired as Chief Information Officer (CIO) of Corning Incorporated after 20 years in a variety of business engagement, shared services, and architecture IT leadership roles. While at Corning he led the transformation of the IT function from a requisite service provider to a value creating business partner for the company. Prior to Corning, Mark spent 14 years with General Electric (GE) in leadership roles that spanned IT, business development, and internal consulting across several divisions/corporate staffs including GE Plastics, Healthcare, Superabrasives, Corporate Audit Staff, and Corporate Business Development. He launched Pivot IT LLC in 2020, a consulting business focused on providing mid-size companies looking to undertake digital as well as IT organization transformation with strategy and CIO coaching advisory services.
23 minutes | Apr 10, 2020
E3: Principles for Digital Enterprise
Digital enterprises - especially at the beginning of their digtital journey - often do not have sufficient information to inform the decisions about the current operations. The strategy or roadmap may not yet be defined and there may not be policies and standards to follow. This creates a risk of avoidable technical debt that will create more drag on the organization's ability to transform. Principles are a method for addressing this problem by providing guidance for decision-makers in situations where there is ambiguity. Debasish talks about the principles that he's used and thinks are useful for a digital enterprise.
6 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
E2: Don't Waste a Serious Crisis
In this episode, I'll share some ideas on how to advance your digital transformation amidst the coronavirus uncertainty.
11 minutes | Apr 1, 2020
E1: Introduction to "The Digital Enterprise with Debasish Mishra"
In this debut episode of "The Digital Enterprise with Debasish Mishra," I'll be introducing myself and the context that will shape future episodes. I believe that traditional enterprise today faces an existential threat from digital disruptors who have a significant advantages in the new arena of competition.
1 minutes | Mar 27, 2020
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