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Aug 28, 2017

My guest this week is Seth Familian, who specializes in connecting powerful web-based tools and services to create highly customized marketing + analytics experiences for product and content marketing teams. He is the founder and principal of Familian&1, a visual insights and automation consultancy whose work has benefitted companies including Cisco, RingCentral, Adorama and Cloud9. Seth is also an avid educator with experience teaching over 800 students in 40+ workshops on Visual Design with Data, Working with Big Data, Digital Tools for Business and Affordable Web Design. He has lectured at General Assembly, Galvanize, Impact HUB SF, Presidio Graduate School, the Haas School of Business and KQED. 

Seth received his MBA from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business in 2007 and his BA from Harvard University in 2001. He is based in Boulder, CO and works from Galvanize Boulder.

If you are a CIO, CMO, an entrepreneur, a CIO who is expected to also be a CMO or a CISO who wants to better present data…Regardless of your situation all will benefit from this conversation.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  1. Why it is important to build visual design skills into your team?
  2. What are the big errors in data visualization and storytelling
  3. Seth’s favorite tools you have to look at:
    • Concept of Scrollytelling
    • Mixpanel -  Most advanced analytics platform for mobile and web
    • Intercom - Customer messaging platform
    • Segment - Customer data platform
    • Google TAG manager - Free tool that makes it easy for marketers to add and update website tags
    •  Skitch  - Evernote application that tries to make information as easy to relay virtually as it is in real life, by capturing screenshots and annotating them 
  4. Time-saving tactics with creating effective visual presentations of data
  5. His presentations on Slideshare are great. One of them - Visual Design with data got 500k + views
  6. Visualization Strategies for IT Execs, Tools, Ideas on how they can be more successful
  7. Ways to leverage cloud apps + infrastructure to shorten implementation times
  8. Different trends I'm noticing in data viz and storytelling (like Scrollytelling). Check out the Guardian Newspaper article about Hollman Square to see an example of Scrollytelling. In a world of high complexity, business IT leaders need ways to visualize data and, more importantly, context in data in the ways that engage business leaders

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Seth Familian

Websites:

Useful Resources:

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Jul 28, 2017

My guest this week is Jeff Williams, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Contrast Security.

The reason that I wanted Jeff on the program is that his technology was massively interesting to me, given that application attacks are the single biggest vector for security breaches. In 2017 There will be 111 billion new lines of code produced resulting in endless complexity.

His product was an Innovation Sandbox Finalist at RSA this year. So I wanted to understand more.

I have tried to integrate application level firewalls and experienced working through real & hard human challenges of coders and network security people trying to defend and deploy at the same time I wanted to understand his technology better AND because iterative application development is going to be even more important for companies for their security to move at the pace of the business innovation and applications development and testing becoming more and more iterative and agile. So how do we do this?

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  • Planes, Cars, for example, are instrumented to security events via a dashboard and panel
  • Instrument your software and turn it into self protecting software (like an internal robot helper) … always-on protection of an entire application portfolio
  • Weave sensors into your application without disruptive scanning or expensive security experts
  • Continuous Application Security at Scale & the Future of Dev Sec Ops
  • Named a "Visionary" by Gartner
  • The only "Transformational" tool in the entire category in the latest Gartner Hype Cycle Report.

About Jeff Williams

Jeff is co-founder and CTO of Contrast Security. He’s been working in application security for over 20 years and has found thousands of serious vulnerabilities in critical applications in hundreds of leading companies. He's extremely active in both open source and security communities and helped start OWASP where he created many open source tools and projects. Jeff pioneered the use of software instrumentation for application security and founded Contrast Security to bring this revolutionary technology to market. Jeff has spoken at conferences including JavaOne (Java Rockstar), BlackHat, QCon, RSA, and OWASP.  Jeff has degrees from UVA, George Mason, and Georgetown University Law Center.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Jeff Williams

Key Resources:

Interviews:

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Jul 21, 2017

My guest this week is the Greg Satell.

Greg is a popular writer, speaker and innovation advisor, whose work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, and Forbes.

I met Greg through the two gentlemen at Experian who have been on the show recently, Eric Haller, Executive Vice President of Experian’s DataLabs, and Barry Libenson, CIO of Experian. Birds of a feather flock together, as they say. As Greg and I were setting up the conversation, he just released his first book called Mapping Innovation: A Playbook for Navigating a disruptive age.   It was published in May of 2017.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  • My conversation with Greg is a refreshing perspective on innovation largely because of his concept of an innovation matrix. This is a framework that he created to help companies frame problems so that they can find the approach that will most likely solve them.
  • I love the concept of “looking for problems to solve” versus just generating ideas. I always appreciate the “mental judo” that innovative thinking offers and my conversation with Greg does that. It sort of breaks off the mental cobwebs.
  • Innovation Labs - While reviewing the episode transcript, I liked what Greg said about innovation labs:

    "When an innovation lab is targeted at finding new problems for solutions that exist within the organization, they tend to do pretty well.”

  • We discuss two contrasts: Apple CEO Tim Cook’s vision for corporate innovation contrasted with Google's, for example.
  • It will make you wonder what is right for your organization.
  • Destructive innovation myths. Innovation just doesn’t happen because someone comes up with one big idea.
  • Digital Age innovation is different than previous generations. We need to learn how to use new tools properly.
  • In the resource links you can find a free chapter download Greg has made available along with a video about the book and the Amazon link to buy it.

About Greg Satell

Greg Satell is a popular writer, speaker and innovation advisor, whose work has appeared in Harvard Business Review, Forbes and other A-list publications.

Previously, he served as Senior Vice President Strategy & Innovation at Moxie Interactive, a division of Publicis Groupe, one of the world's leading marketing services organizations as well as Co-CEO of KP Media, a leading publisher of magazines and websites in Ukraine, including the newsmagazine Korrespondent and the web portal, Bigmir.

You can find Greg's blog at DigitalTonto.com and on Twitter @DigitalTonto. His first book, Mapping Innovation, has been published by McGraw-Hill in May.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Greg Satell:

Books / Publications:

Speaker's Profile:

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Jul 14, 2017

My guest this week is Jim Linn, Managing Director of Information Technology of American Gas Association. In an association, this simply means he is the “top dog” with IT.

What is fascinating about my guest today is that he built his own ISAC (information Sharing and Analysis Center) from scratch to service his industry - Natural Gas, which is part of the critical infrastructure of the US. He is the Executive Director for the Downstream Natural Gas Information Sharing and Analysis Center (DNG-ISAC).

By Far Jim has the most industry certification I have ever seen:

  • B.S. degree in Computer Systems Management from Drexel University and an M.B.A. from Drexel University
  • He is a Certified Chief Information Security Officer
  • Certified Information Systems Security Professional
  • Certified Association Executive
  •  Certified Information Systems Auditor.

Jim is quiet spoken but as I talked with him the word WISDOM kept popping up for me.

Lessons and wins for you as you listen are:

  1. Learn what an ISAC is and what it does.
  2. Why it is hard to upgrade critical infrastructure components
  3. What is DHS – AIS automated Indicator Sharing
  4. Learn about ISAO - Information Sharing Analysis Organization
  5. Emphasis of the value of ‘Service’ as a CIO
  6. Being a mentor and Finding a mentor
  7. Volunteering in your community to develop leadership skills
  8. Building Communications skills, e.g. via toastmasters, etc.
  9. Relationships: The importance of an IT Leader to build relationships
  10. The importance of recognizing how hard critical infrastructure (Gas and Electric) personnel is working their tails off to be secure
  11. Be cautious but proud of the work you do
  12. How current information sharing (such as ISAC) works and his vision for the future with DoE, DoD, NIST, DHS, etc.

About Jim Linn:

Jim has spent the past 30 years of his career in Information Technology and Cybersecurity management with several non-profit organizations in the Washington, DC area. He is presently Managing Director, Information Technology for the American Gas Association,and has been for the past nineteen years.  Prior to that he spent eight years as IT Director for the Chemical Manufacturers Association.  He planned IT projects and set technical direction for both of these organizations.  In addition, he is a Certified Chief Information Security Officer, Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Association Executive, Certified Information Systems Auditor, and holds many other industry certifications.

In recent years Jim has split his time between internal IT responsibilities and industry responsibilities. Jim is the information technology cybersecurity subject matter expert for AGA’s cybersecurity Strategy Task Force.  In this capacity he has administered cybersecurity reviews with a number of natural gas utilities and also serves as Executive Director for the Downstream Natural Gas ISAC (https://www.dngisac.com/). He is the staff executive for AGA’s Customer Service Committee and Technology Advisory Council.  In these capacities he serves senior leaders in the fields of Customer Service and Information Technology within the natural gas distribution industry.  The Customer Service area includes an annual benchmarking effort, two workshops and a large conference.  The Information Technology area includes two council meetings annually.

Jim has a B.S. degree in Computer Systems Management from Drexel University and an M.B.A. from Drexel University.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Jim Linn

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Key Resources:

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Jul 7, 2017

My guest this week is Barry Libenson, Global Chief Information Officer of Experian. During our interview Barry and I discuss what Experian is doing with innovation and his role in it. 

Some of the big ideas we discuss:

    • The shifts Barry sees of customers requiring access at the API layer to micro services so they can consume only what they want
    • How to build a micro services environment for internal and external use
    • How IoT is shifting what customers are asking for
    • Taking costs and complexity out of the business
    • Speeding up innovation
    • Better experience for customers
    • Agile performance to respond to organizational threats
    • Smart Hubs
    • The API Economy
    • Tools for Microservices: Red Hat OpenShift, Pivotal Labs, Mirantis 
    • The importance of portability and use of portable containers for Azure and AWS using Cassandra, PostgreSQL, or MySQL or one of the more portable container.

About Barry Libenson: 

Barry Libenson is Chief Information Officer (CIO), with responsibility for the design and delivery of Experian’s global technology strategy. Prior to joining Experian in June 2015, he was CIO of Safeway in North America. Earlier in his career, Barry held CIO positions at Land O’Lakes and Ingersoll Rand. Barry has a BA in Computer Science from Colgate University, and a MBA from Duke University. He was also one of the first employees at Oracle when they were only a $19 million dollar company.

Read full transcript here.

Other Resources:

Ways to connect with Barry Libenson:

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Jun 30, 2017

My guest this week is the Global VP of IT of Seacret Direct, Stephanie Nelson. If you are a young IT Leader or the one that doesn’t want your clock cleaned by young talent, you need to listen to my conversation with Stephanie to see how someone, working with a rapidly growing worldwide company as a VP of IT, is executing.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode: 

Stephanie and I discuss how she has been able to achieve so much so young and we get into a lot of fun details and big ideas, such as:

  • The importance of self- learning
  • The importance of ‘White Boarding” your ideas
  • Best lesson she learned about how to convey technical information to the business
  • Lessons she has learned about working with the ‘C’ Suite, and the importance of being able to answer their question of ‘why’
  • How she uses questions in meetings
  • How she has found mentors and how to find the best ones
  • Innovation mindset, big egos, and how she solves this problem
  • How to partner with business analysts to get things done
  • CIO and CMO - Marketing - predictive behavior, analytics, content marketing, targeted marketing, influencer marketing…
  • Tools she uses for marketing analytics
  • How she is going to deploy V/R online

About Stephanie Nelson:

Stephanie Nelson is a senior IT Technical Lead, Senior Developer, and Technical Manager with 10+ years of experience and success with web-based software, database, virtual and cloud solutions, and client applications. She has extensive experience helping private sector, non-profit, and government organizations and teams transform and achieve success. Stephanie is a highly effective leader and communicator, who is able to collaborate and work with all levels of an organization. She achieved success developing and guiding on site, off site and off shore teams that design, build and deploy mission critical solutions, across a wide range of industries, in revenue generating production environments.

Read full transcript here.

Company Website:

Other Resources:

Ways to connect with Stephanie Nelson:

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Jun 30, 2017

My guest this week is the Global VP of IT of Seacret Direct, Stephanie Nelson. If you are a young IT Leader or the one that doesn’t want your clock cleaned by young talent, you need to listen to my conversation with Stephanie to see how someone, working with a rapidly growing worldwide company as a VP of IT, is executing.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode: 

Stephanie and I discuss how she has been able to achieve so much so young and we get into a lot of fun details and big ideas, such as:

  • The importance of self- learning
  • The importance of ‘White Boarding” your ideas
  • Best lesson she learned about how to convey technical information to the business
  • Lessons she has learned about working with the ‘C’ Suite, and the importance of being able to answer their question of ‘why’
  • How she uses questions in meetings
  • How she has found mentors and how to find the best ones
  • Innovation mindset, big egos, and how she solves this problem
  • How to partner with business analysts to get things done
  • CIO and CMO - Marketing - predictive behavior, analytics, content marketing, targeted marketing, influencer marketing…
  • Tools she uses for marketing analytics
  • How she is going to deploy V/R online

About Stephanie Nelson:

Stephanie Nelson is a senior IT Technical Lead, Senior Developer, and Technical Manager with 10+ years of experience and success with web-based software, database, virtual and cloud solutions, and client applications. She has extensive experience helping private sector, non-profit, and government organizations and teams transform and achieve success. Stephanie is a highly effective leader and communicator, who is able to collaborate and work with all levels of an organization. She achieved success developing and guiding on site, off site and off shore teams that design, build and deploy mission critical solutions, across a wide range of industries, in revenue generating production environments.

Read full transcript here.

Company Website:

Other Resources:

Ways to connect with Stephanie Nelson:

 

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Feb 25, 2017

My conversation with Bill Granger, CTO of Walker & Dunlop, continues down my path of exploring superpowers, skills, strategies and tactics that make top A+ Chief Information Officers succeed.

As I reviewed the transcript of my conversation with Bill, I was reminded that as you progress in your career, the truly successful transition is from I/me success, to we/us, to helping others succeed.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  • How to influence and lead positively as one of the core foundation skills
  • The role of exercise for busy, successful leaders
  • Paying attention to experimental and disruptive technologies
  • The huge impact of finding a mentor and being a mentor
  • The importance of continuous learning
  • Unique project management skills I loved
  • How to pitch solutions using strong financial literacy
  • Fun story of the flea at 42:00

About Bill Granger:

Bill Granger, chief technology officer, joined Walker & Dunlop in 2010. Mr. Granger is responsible for managing and expanding the company’s information technology infrastructure. Before joining Walker & Dunlop, Mr. Granger was director of Information Technology at Beers & Cutler, a Virginia-based accounting firm recently acquired by Baker Tilly, LLC. At Beers & Cutler, Mr. Granger successfully upgraded the firm’s infrastructure to position the firm for expansion prior to the company’s acquisition. Previous to Beers & Cutler, Mr. Granger led the application group for the Mills Corporation and the technology infrastructure group at Charles E. Smith Commercial Realty before it was acquired by Vornado Realty Trust. Mr. Granger served in the U.S. Air Force from 1986 – 1992, when he was honorably discharged with Air Force Commendation Medals. Mr. Granger received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from George Mason University in 1994 and is a licensed CPA in Virginia.

Company Website:

Other Resources:

Ways to connect with Bill Granger:

Read full transcript here.

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Feb 4, 2017

My guest for this episode is Bob Fecteau who is the CIO of SAIC. SAIC is a 15000 employee, $4.0 billion publicly-traded company.
He is one of the four top people who travel to Wall Street to report on the company performance along with the CEO, CFO and COO. He signs off on the SOX control documents for his publicly traded company.

From my perspective of working with and interviewing hundreds of CIOs, he is a visionary, and is one of the best in the profession. He is a giver who wants to elevate the whole profession and share his wisdom.

I think every early, mid and late career CIO with gas in the tank will benefit from listening to Bob's perspective as it rang true for me. Here are the quick wins for you. I warn you that you will want to take notes on this one because as I read through the show notes I had a difficult time choosing which points to put in this list because there were so many. I encourage you to go to the show notes page at www.redzonetech.net to see the show transcript and see the links to vendors and programs we discussed.

Here are the highlights from the conversation:

  • Painting the visionary picture of what is the “art of the possible”.
  • His perspective of the role of the CIO and Finance.
  • His perspective of how he uses labor and time savings that has made a big difference for ROI and TCO calculations for technology investments.
  • What it means to be a “state of art” versus ‘State of Market” with technology investments.
  • We discuss his role with Compliance.
  • We discuss his belief of the role of the CIO and innovation.
  • The top 3 skills a CIO must have: Analytical, Financial, and Communication.
  • What it means to own the problem.
  • Important CIO Tools he uses that I thought were right on.
  • His approach to Total Cost Accounting or an ERPC for CIOs and the tools he is using and testing; Apptio.com.
  • Portfolio Management Software called Troux.com.
  • What it means to have consistent artifacts as a CIO.

About Bob Fecteau

Bob Fecteau is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) for SAIC. In this role, Bob is responsible for guiding technology investments and delivering operational services in direct support of the business. As the CIO, Bob focuses on the efficiency and effectiveness of enterprise IT operations in support of both internal business needs and customer support processes.

Prior to joining SAIC, Bob served as the CIO of BAE Systems’ Intelligence and Security sector and as Chief Information Officer, United States Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM). In 2001, he was selected for the Department of Defense’s Chief Information Officer Award for Outstanding Achievement in Information Management.

As an Army officer he served a variety of roles with the intelligence branch including, Army System Integration Management Officer (SIMO) for Army Intelligence; Intelligence Systems Architect for automated systems; Tactical Intelligence Officer; Human Intelligence Officer; and Company Commander. While assigned to Army headquarters as the Army SIMO, he received the National Intelligence Meritorious Citation for support to the Army’s and National Intelligence Community’s Y2K mission as well as serving as the Army’s Intelligence Year 2000 Program Manager.

Bob also serves the technical community as an executive board member of CIO Magazine’s CIO Executive Council and a judge for their annual One’s To Watch program. He also works as a mentor within the Pathways Program and teaches Enterprise Architecture and IT Leadership at Carnegie Mellon University’s Executive Education Program.

Bob's technical and leadership acumen has also been recognized by industry peers. In 2009 he was selected as one of the top 100 IT Leaders by Computerworld Magazine and in 2004, he received Government Executive Magazine’s Grace Hopper Government Technology Leadership Award for his efforts in breaking down barriers between government and industry through the use of the Army Contractor Automated Verification System (ACAVS). The ACAVS system has continued to deliver outstanding savings for the U.S. Army and contract companies in support of intelligence missions.

Bob received a Bachelor of Science degree from Corpus Christi State University and completed Syracuse University’s masters of information studies in Washington, D.C. He also received a Chief Information Officer certificate from the National Defense University.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Bob Fecteau:

Key Resources:

Where to Develop Additional Learning:

  • Syracuse University -  Information Management at the iSchool
  • Duke University - Office of Information Technology
  • Stanford University -  Information Science and Technology
  • Carnegie Mellon – Institute for Software Research, Executive & Professional Education Programs
  • Penn State – Information Sciences and Technology Programs which have an integrated Enterprise Architecture component that was built by CIOs and business leaders in response to a need to teach students how to align IT to the business.  Undergraduate, Graduate and Executive Certification Programs
  • National Defense University – Information Resource College’s, Chief Information Officer Program
  • Harvard Sponsored Program in their Center For Management Research: Programs on Leadership for Senior Executives as well as the Kennedy School of Government
  • CIO Executive Council – CIO Pathways – provides a broad range of CIO Level leadership programs

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Jan 27, 2017

I am excited to share with you my conversation with Eric Haller as this is the first time I have had someone on the show that is in charge of a major innovation lab so our conversation will give you a window of visibility into several areas.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  • Why he believes that “Ruthless Competency Wins”.
  • Innovation is more powerful when linked to a higher purpose.
  • Managing an innovation portfolio and the development of the Intellectual property comes out of these efforts.
  • The organizational structure he reports to.
  • The culture of Experian from the types of people Eric hires as well as the culture of the Experian business as it supports the development efforts of the Innovation Lab.
  • LDA – Machine Learning Techniques.
  • Latent Dirichlet Allocation.
  • Unsupervised and supervised Machine Learning.
    • Unsupervised is based on recognizing patterns.
    • Supervised – modelling known outcomes.

About Eric Haller

Eric Haller is the Executive Vice President of Experian DataLabs. Experian DataLabs is responsible for developing innovative products generated from break-through experimentation leveraging machine learning and data assets from a variety of sources.  He led the creation of labs in the US, UK & Brazil that support research & development initiatives across the Experian enterprise.  New products developed in the labs cover mobile, payments, consumer & commercial credit, fraud, targeted marketing & healthcare.   Prior to Experian, Eric was responsible for new products with Sequoia Capital backed Green Dot where he created and brought to market the first credit card a consumer could purchase off of a j-hook in a retailer.  Eric also co-founded identity fraud detection business iDawg which was later renamed ID Analytics.  ID Analytics was acquired by LifeLock which is now part of Symantec.  Other roles held by Eric includes Chief Marketing Officer of the first publicly traded machine learning company, HNC Software (acquired by FICO) and executive roles with Visa & MasterCard. 

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Eric Haller:

Key Resources:

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Jan 20, 2017

This episode is sponsored by the CIO Scoreboard

My guest for this episode is Lisa Kay Solomon. If you are into Design Thinking, expanding you leadership skills, innovation, want to learn how to be agile, flexible, nimble and execute both personally and collaboratively with your teams as an IT Business leader, this conversation is for you.

The reason that I asked Lisa onto the show is that she is one of the foremost experts in Design Thinking.

We discuss:

  • Why the study of Design Thinking is so important moving forward?
  • The importance of the unique human ability to tell stories.
  • MBA is now called the “Masters in Business Ambiguity”.
  • The definition of Design Thinking. How do you answer the question, "Is it just drawing pictures?"
  • Resistance, Hero's Journey, Corporate Anti-bodies:How to generate ideas and protect yourself against naysayers.
  • What is the definition of a strategic conversation?
  • When is the last time you felt comfortable not knowing the answers?
  • Leading with Curiosity.
  • Best Question on All: If things have gone well, what has happened?
  • What makes for a great day? If you had a perfect ending to your day, what would it look like?
  • Overcoming “yeah butts…”

About Lisa Kay Solomon

Lisa Kay Solomon is a well-known thought leader in design innovation with a focus on building the leadership skills required to ignite change and create lasting impact. Lisa is Principal Faculty and Managing Director of Transformational Practices at Singularity University a global community of smart, passionate, action-oriented leaders who want to use exponential technologies to positively impact the world.
Lisa coauthored the Wall Street Journal bestseller, Moments of Impact: How to Design Strategic Conversations that Accelerate Change (Simon & Schuster), which Publisher's Weekly called a guide every frustrated meeting-goer should read, with advice they should all implement. In it, she provides leaders the tools and frameworks to create strategic conversations and design team meetings that shape the future of their organizations.
Her new book, Design a Better Business: New Tools, Skills and Mindset for Strategy and Innovation, was just released with Wiley Publishing. She and her co-authors provide a full set of design tools, strategies and practices that allow individuals and organizations to be more flexible and resilient in the face of constant change.
Lisa is a frequent keynote speaker on innovation, design thinking and leadership at global conferences. She has taught at the revolutionary Design MBA program at California College of the Arts and has developed and led popular classes for Stanford d. School such as Networking By Design and Design With the Brain in Mind.
A passionate educator, Lisa works extensively with K12 educators and school leaders. She is the Executive Producer of the annual Inspired4Schools conference, a design leadership program for educators, and is on the planning committee for The Nueva School's Innovative Learning Conference, a biennial gathering for trends related to the future of education.
Her articles and ideas have appeared in Forbes, Business Week, Medium, Inc., WSJ and the Huffington Post.
Lisa earned a BA from Cornell University and an MBA from New York University - Stern School of Business. She resides in Menlo Park with her husband and two daughters. Join her and the conversation about leading innovation at LisaKaySolomon.com.

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Jan 6, 2017

My guest for this episode is Shola Oyewole, CIO of United Therapeutics.

As a member of the Senior Executive Leadership of United Therapeutics Corporation, Shola provides technology, vision, and leadership in the development and implementation of the global information technology (IT) program. In that role he supports the Finance, HR, R&D, Manufacturing, Sales & Marketing, and various business units in planning and implementing enterprise information systems to support both distributed and centralized business operations, and achieve more effective and cost beneficial enterprise-wide IT operations.

Additionally, Shola provides strategic and tactical planning, budget development, evaluation, and coordination of the information and technology systems for the corporation. He facilitates communication between staff, management, vendors, and other technology resources within (and outside) of the organization.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

1. In our discussion we highlighted the importance of continuous learning in not just tech domain but all elements leadership, innovation and team building for example.
2. The Importance of mentors.
3. Innovation and help desk ideas that will spark your imagination
4. Branding and marketing an IT Dpt. Click here see an example of the logo below for his team that was developed related to the marketing and branding of the IT department.
5. Stories of how Shola said 'Yes' to requests his CEO made that lead to major new sources of revenue for the company.

Ways to connect with SholaPrabhash Shrestha:
LinkedIn
Twitter

Other Resources:
United Therapeutics Website
Advanced Therapies For Patients Suffering with PAH, CIO Review
Harvard Business School Classes
Singularity University

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Dec 26, 2016

My guest this week is Alex Tapscott. Alex is the co-author of the critically acclaimed non-fiction bestseller Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money, Business, and the World. A Definitive Guide for Business IT Leaders, this book is “on how to survive and thrive in this next wave of technology-driven disruption. Likely to become one of the iconic books of our time.” (Clay Christensen, author of The Innovator’s Dilemma)

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  1. Reclaim Control of your Privacy and Identity
  2. No, Privacy is Not Dead
  3. The benefits of ultimate User centric identity
  4. Revolutionizing Business, Institutions, and the Economy
  5. Learn about Types of Blockchains
  6. Why Blockchain is a trust protocol
  7. How Blockchain could disrupt the sharing economy' with Uber and Airbnb for example
  8. The massive positive social impact

About Alex

Alex Tapscott is a globally recognized thought-leader, speaker and writer focused on the impact of emerging technologies on business, society and government. Alex is the co-author (with Don Tapscott) of the critically acclaimed #1 Globe and Mail Non-fiction best-seller, BLOCKCHAIN REVOLUTION: HOW THE TECHNOLOGY BEHIND BITCOIN IS CHANGING MONEY BUSINESS AND THE WORLD. His writing has been featured in TIME, Fortune, Forbes, the Harvard Business Review, the Toronto Star, the Globe and Mail and dozens of other publications.
Alex is the founder and CEO of Northwest Passage Ventures, a social innovator. Alex currently sits on Advisory Board to Elections Canada, the independent, non-partisan agency responsible for conducting federal elections and referendums. He is also a founding Member of the World Economic Forum's Global Futures Council on Blockchain. Alex is a graduate of Amherst College (cum laude) and is a CFA Charterholder. He lives in Toronto.

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How to get in touch with Alex Tapscott:

Website:

Northwest Passage Ventures 

Books:

Blockchain Revolution: How the Technology Behind Bitcoin is Changing Money Business and the World

Publications:

The Internet of Things Needs a Ledger of Things, Forbes Magazine

Contributing Articles, Forbes Magazine

Other Resources:

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Dec 19, 2016

My guest for the most recent episode was an AI expert Roman Yampolskiy. While listening to our conversation, you will fine-tune your understanding of AI from a safety perspective. Those of you who have decision- making authority in the IT Security world will appreciate Roman's viewpoint on AI Safety.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

1) Wire heading or Mental Illness with Machines - Miss aligned objectives/incentives for example what happens when a sales rep is told to sell more new customers, but ignores profits. Now you have more customers but less profit. Or you tell your reps to sell more products and possibly forsake the long term relationship value of the customer. There are all sorts of misaligned incentives and Roman makes this point with AIs.
2) I can even draw a parallel with coaching my girls' teams where I have incented them to combine off each other because I want this type of behavior. This can also go against you because you end up becoming really good at passing but not scoring goals to win.
3) AI Decision making: The need for AIs to be able to explain themselves and how they arrived at their decisions.
4) The IT Security implications of AI Chat bots and Social Engineering attacks.
5) The real danger of Human Level AGI Artificial General intelligence.
6) How will we communicate with systems that are smarter than us? We already have a hard time communicating with dogs, for example, how will this work out with AIs and humans?
7) Why you can't wait to develop AI safety mechanisms until there is a problem.....We should remember that seat belts were a good idea the day the first car was driven down the road, but weren't mandated till 60 years after...
8) The difference between AI safety and Cybersecurity.

About Roman Yampolskiy

Dr. Roman V. Yampolskiy is a Tenured Associate Professor in the department of Computer Engineering and Computer Science at the Speed School of Engineering, University of Louisville. He is the founding and current director of the Cyber Security Lab and an author of many books including Artificial Superintelligence: a Futuristic Approach. During his tenure at UofL, Dr. Yampolskiy has been recognized as: Distinguished Teaching Professor, Professor of the Year, Faculty Favorite, Top 4 Faculty, Leader in Engineering Education, Top 10 of Online College Professor of the Year, with many other distinctions too numerous to mention.
Dr. Yampolskiy's main areas of interest are AI Safety, Artificial Intelligence, Behavioral Biometrics, Cybersecurity, Digital Forensics, Games, Genetic Algorithms, and Pattern Recognition. Dr. Yampolskiy is an author of over 100 publications including multiple journal articles and books. His research has been cited by 1000+ scientists and profiled in popular magazines both American and foreign (New Scientist, Poker Magazine, Science World Magazine), dozens of websites (BBC, MSNBC, Yahoo! News), Dr. Yampolskiy's research has been featured 250+ times in numerous media reports in 22 languages.

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Resources:

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Nov 25, 2016

While listening to my podcast interview with Rich Sheridan, you will get an innovative perspective on people, culture and design from one of the top organizational leaders and business builders in the US today.

I am fascinated with people who have the enormous courage, heart, vulnerability it takes to actually do things differently (in Rich’s case, radically different). Whether you are a business IT leader employed by a company, or an entrepreneur. Rich and I cover equally cover the two, because he has had massive success with both.

This discussion is a master- class. I felt like he was speaking to me personally on how to think about my own company and my own teams. I trust his message will be equally ring true for you.

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Make sure to check out the show notes page at redzonetech.net/podcast where you can connect with him via twitter.

About Rich Sheridan

Rich Sheridan got started as a kid programmer in 1971. He is the author of Joy, Inc. He is a Michigan graduate BS Computer Science + MS Computer Engineering. He has never shied from challenges, opportunities nor the limelight. While his focus has always been around technology, his passion is actually process, teamwork and organizational design, with one inordinately popular goal: the Business Value of Joy! He is an avid reader and historian, and his software design and development team at Menlo Innovations didn't invent a new culture, but copied an old one ... Edison's Menlo Park New Jersey lab. Henry Ford's recreation of the Menlo Park Lab in Greenfield Village was a childhood inspiration!

Some call it agile, some call it lean … Rich and his team call it joyful. And it produces results, business and otherwise. Six Inc. magazine revenue growth awards, invites to the White House, speaking engagements around the nation, numerous articles and culture awards and so much interest they are doing a tour a day of the Menlo Software Factory™.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  1. How to handle the chaos of software development with process and culture,
  2. The process of installing a culture of delight into your teams,
  3. His version of instilling accountability and service,
  4. The concept of team flow,
  5. One simple phrase to disarm every naysayer ever again.

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How to get in touch with Rich Sheridan

Website:

Menlo Innovations

Blog:

Menlo Blog

Book:

Joy Inc.: How to Build a Workplace People Love

Video:

Richard Sheridan's Recommendations:

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Nov 18, 2016

I had a wonderful discussion with Steven Kotler. I don’t believe that you can talk about Exponential Tech, Leadership, and Enterprise IT Security without discussing Human Potential.

During this episode you will be a fly on the wall in exploring the Frontiers of Human Potential with one of the top leaders in this field.

By reading Steven’s books and engaging with the body of research around them, I have greatly expanded my capacity as an individual, father, businessman, and leader.

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About Steven Kotler

Steven is a New York Times bestselling author, an award-winning journalist and the cofounder/director of research for the Flow Genome Project. He is one of the world’s leading experts on ultimate human performance.

His latest work, Bold was called a “visionary roadmap for change,” by president Bill Clinton and spent many weeks atop both the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists.

His previous book, The Rise of Superman, was one of the most talked about books in 2013 and the first book in history to land on national bestseller lists in the sports, science, and business categories simultaneously. In it, Steven decodes the science of flow, an optimal state of consciousness where we feel our best and perform our best.

Just as Rise explores the upper limits of individual possibility, his book, Abundance, explores the upper limits of societal possibility, breaking down four emerging forces that give humanity the potential to significantly raise global standards of living over the next 20 to 30 years. Abundance spent 10 weeks atop the New York Times bestseller list and appeared on four prestigious “Best Book of the Year” lists.

His writings have been translated into over 40 languages and appeared in over 80 publications, including The New York Times, Atlantic Monthly, Forbes, Wired and TIME.

Alongside his wife, author Joy Nicholson, Steven is the cofounder of Rancho de Chihuahua, a dog sanctuary in the mountains of Northern New Mexico.

Make sure to check out resources on redzonetech.net/podcast to Steven Kotler’s programs at Flow Genome Project, which I am currently taking, and the three books I have mentioned. You can also find the link to his twitter profile on this page.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  • Science and neurobiology.
  • How to increase flow in your life.
  • Leading in times of exponential change.
  • Reducing the signal of noise to the brain.
  • Reducing the inner critic.
  • Developing lateral thinking,
  • Staying focused.

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How to get in touch with Steven Kotler:

 

Websites:

Blog:

Books:

Publications:

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Nov 16, 2016

My guest for this episode was a great IT Leader Prabhash Shrestha.

Prabhash, Vice President of Information Technology, currently overseas, manages, strategizes business and operation of digital and Health IT at American Gastroenterological Association (AGA). He actively works with AGA's senior management team, board and volunteers, members, and business partners in analyzing the trends and the direction of technology of AGA.. Previously, he was Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Association of Fundraising Professionals for eight years, from 2006 to 2014.

He was chosen as DC's Top Association Tech Gurus by Trending 40. He was honored as the Top Ten Association Technology Leaders by Association Trends in December 2015. He was also awarded Top Association & Non-Profit Innovators 2015. Prabhash was chosen as the Top Innovators in the Washington, DC Association and Non-Profit community in January 2015. He was featured on the The A List on 2014 Nov/December issue of Associations Now magazine. He also was featured as one of the Top 5 under 35 in 2007. He has been interviewed on by various publications, radio and news media, and magazines. He speaks frequently at non-profit/association technology conferences and other conferences on various technology, leadership, management and business issues.
Prabhash holds a Master of Science in Information Systems. and holds Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan Executive Certificate on Strategy and Innovation. He has been teaching at Georgetown University's Master's Degree program in Technology Management since 2010. He has won several teaching excellence awards at Georgetown University.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

1. His almost automatic focus on revenue and customer needs,
2. I don't mean the clique customer needs examine but really putting yourself in the customer, patient, experience so that you really, really know it,
3. How to bring quick wins to market,
4. He has an approach we discussed where you evaluate 5 areas a) Audit the market b) Build a MVP minimum viable product fill the gap c) Shrink the time to market d) Grow by examining data (a Core IT leader skill) e) and evolving the product,
5. Books and articles he recommends.

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How to get in touch with Prabhash Shrestha:

Book Recommendations:

Interview(s):

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Nov 4, 2016

Hod Lipson is a fascinating conversationalist.

Hod is a professor of Mechanical Engineering and Data Science at Columbia University in New York, and a co-author of the award winning book “Fabricated: The New World of 3D printing”, and “Driverless: Intelligent cars and the road ahead”, by MIT Press. Before joining Columbia University in 2015, Hod spent 14 years as a professor at Cornell University. He received his PhD in 1999 from the Technicon – Israel Institute of Technology, followed by a postdoc at Brandeis University and MIT. His work on self-aware and self-replicating robots challenges conventional views of robotics, and has enjoyed widespread media coverage. He has also pioneered many aspects of 3D Printing, including bio-printing, electronics printing, and now Food Printing, and launching the firs open-source printer in the US, the Fab@Home in 2005. Lipson has co-authored over 300 publications that received over 12,000 citations to date. He has founded four companies, and is frequent keynoter both in industry and academic events. His TED Talk on self-aware machines is one of the most viewed presentations on AI and robotics. Hod directs the Creative Machines Lab, which pioneers new ways to make machines that create, and machines that are creative.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing

  1. Why is Complexity free now? It used to be that you add complexity and you need more skill and add cost;
  2.  The importance of AI design tools for 3D printing;
  3. The vision of Design on Demand;
  4. Understanding the downside risks;
  5. Understanding the 4 exponential trends giving gas to AI.

4 Exponential Trends making AI Spread like wildfire:
1) Moore’s Law;
2) Exponential Data Growth is the AI and Machine Learning Oxygen;
3) Algorithms that get better and better (with perceptions and differential equations);
4) Machines learning from each other competitively. Machines sharing knowledge. Driverless cars, for example.

Creativity, Perception, Design, Decision Making Breakthroughs with AI:
1. Using crowdsourcing to access talent to solve problems;
2. Who owns the data ? Data is the new oil;
3. Who owns the algorithms?
4. Analysis and Synthesis.

Historical trends of AI and Machine Learning:
1) Algorithmic approach dominated;
2) Now, Machine learning learns by itself;.
3) Deep learning is a programmatic off shoot of Machine learning.
I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast where you can get access to Hod Lipson's books and publications.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Hod Lipson:

Website:

http://www.hodlipson.com/

Books/Publications:

Video:

Other Resources:

 

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Oct 28, 2016

My guest for this episode is David Bray, named one of the 24 Americans Changing the World under 40 by Business Insider.

Dr. David A. Bray, who I believe to be the most innovative CIO in Washington, shares his secrets in this episode. He has been leading the FCC’s IT transformation since 2013 through the efforts of a team of positive “change agents.” He has transformed the FCC’s IT legacy from more than 207 different systems to award-winning technology in less than two years.

He also was selected to be one of the "Fedscoop 50" for Leadership in 2014.

FCW's "Fed 100" winners in 2015, and the recipient of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronic Association's Outstanding Achievement Award for Civilian Government in 2015.

David began working for the U.S. government at age 15 on computer simulations at a Department of Energy facility. In later roles he designed new telemedicine interfaces and space-based forest fire forecasting prototypes for the Department of Defense.

He then joined as IT Chief for the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Program at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, leading the program's technology response to during 9/11, anthrax in 2001, Severe Acute Respiratory System in 2003, and other international public health emergencies.

He later completed a PhD in Information Systems from Emory University and two post-doctoral associateships at MIT and Harvard in 2008.

David volunteered in 2009 to deploy to Afghanistan to help "think differently" on military and humanitarian issues and in 2010 became a Senior National Intelligence Service Executive advocating for increased information interoperability, cybersecurity, and protection of civil liberties.

He received both the Arthur S. Flemming Award and Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership in 2013. He also was chosen to be an Eisenhower Fellow to meet with leaders in Taiwan and Australia on multisector cyber strategies for the "Internet of Everything" in 2015.

He also has been named the "Most Social CIO" globally in 2015 by both Forbes Magazine and the Huffington-Post, tweeting as @fcc_cio.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

  1. David's unique perspective on leadership;
  2. His approach to experiments and risk;
  3. How he curates ideas in his organization (portfolio effect);
  4. How he brings outside innovative (silicon valley-esque) thinking into the organization;
  5. His approach to being a VC internal venture capitalist;
  6. His reading recommendations.

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How to get in touch with David Bray

Publications:

David's Reading Recommendations:

David's Leadership Mentors:

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Oct 22, 2016

There was literally too much ground to cover with Peter Singer. He was one of these interviews where you just have to let him run because he has so much to say. His knowledge and experience are too wide to cover in a short hour, but here are some key takeaways that you will learn when you listen.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:

He is not a doomsday figure, but one that seeks to find alternatives, explain, and develop context to the changes that are impacting our lives.

He was on a research project that asked 60 people what are the 5 trends that are of the same magnitude the release of computer in 1980:

  1. Hardware – Robots, autonomous vehicles
  2. Software – IoT, Big Data, AI
  3. Waveware – Energy Sources, solar, lasers
  4. Hardware – Additive printing and manufacturing, 3d, bits to atoms
  5. Wetware – human performance enhancing technology

Bio science is impacting technological breakthroughs faster than Moore’s law on the computer side. These breakthroughs are coming in endurance, cognition, concentration and will impact everything from classrooms to high performance executive functioning.

The Biological Metaphor for Security is huge. I have been using it for a while to compare tech security to how nature secures herself from threats. What can we learn from nature in order to defend our systems:

  • Nature has designed resilient systems;
  • Nature has natural defenses all working in unison;
  • Public and private sector interaction;
  • No one action can do it all;
  • Attitude of The British =  “Keep Calm and Carry On”

I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast where you can get access to Peter Singer’s books and publications.

About Peter W. Singer:

Peter Warren Singer is a Strategist and Senior Fellow at the New America Foundation, the author of multiple award-winning books, and a contributing editor at Popular Science. He has been named by the Smithsonian Institution-National Portrait Gallery as one of the 100 "leading innovators in the nation," by Defense News as one of the 100 most influential people in defense issues, by Onalytica social media data analysis as one of the ten most influential voices in the world on cybersecurity, and by Foreign Policy to their Top 100 Global Thinkers List, of the people whose ideas most influenced the world that year.

Described in the Wall Street Journal as "the premier futurist in the national-security environment," Dr. Singer is considered one of the world's leading experts on changes in 21st century warfare. He has consulted for the US Military, Defense Intelligence Agency, and FBI, as well as advised a range of entertainment programs, including for Warner Brothers, Dreamworks, Universal, HBO, Discovery, History Channel, and the video game series Call of Duty, the best-selling entertainment project in history. He served as coordinator of the Obama-08 campaign's defense policy task force and was named by the President to the US Military's Transformation Advisory Group. He has provided commentary on security issues for nearly every major TV and radio outlet, including ABC, Al Jazeera, BBC, CBS, CNN, FOX, NPR, and the NBC Today Show. In addition to his work on conflict issues, Singer is a member of the State Department's Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy. In the entertainment sector, he has received awards/support from the Tribeca Film Institute, Sloan Filmmakers Fund, Film Independent, and FAST Track at the L.A. Film Festival.

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How to get in touch with Peter W. Singer:

Website:

Books:

Publications:

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Sep 27, 2016

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Massimo Pigliucci has a Doctorate in Genetics from the University of Ferrara (Italy), a PhD in Evolutionary Biology from the University of Connecticut,
and a PhD in Philosophy from the University of Tennessee.


He has done post-doctoral research in evolutionary ecology at Brown University and is currently the K.D. Irani Professor of Philosophy at the City College of New York.

His research interests include the philosophy of biology, the relationship between
science and philosophy, the nature of pseudoscience, and the practical philosophy of Stoicism. Prof. Pigliucci has been elected fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of
Science.

In the area of public outreach, Prof. Pigliucci has published in national outlets such as the NewYork Times, Philosophy Now and The Philosopher's Magazine among others. I have linked in the show notes to a great article he wrote recently in the New York times.

Pigliucci publishes two blogs: Plato's Footnote (platofootnote.org), on general philosophy, and How to Be a Stoic (howtobeastoic.org), on his personal exploration of Stoicism as practical philosophy.

At last count, Prof. Pigliucci has published 146 technical papers in science and philosophy. He is also the author or editor of 10 technical and public outreach books, most recently of Answers for Aristotle: How Science and Philosophy Can Lead Us to a More Meaningful Life (Basic Books) Philosophy of Pseudoscience: Reconsidering the Demarcation Problem (University of Chicago Press), co-edited with Maarten Boudry. Other books include Answers for Aristotle: How Science and
Philosophy Can Lead Us to a More Meaningful Life (Basic Books) and Nonsense on Stilts: How to Tell Science from Bunk (University of Chicago Press).


We explored quite a few topics on Ethics and AI, Types of Ethical Philosophies, the difficulty of programming ethics, stoicism.


I also asked him how to pose great questions to stir great conversation at the table with my kids...

There is a bunch of resources that we discussed. Check them out on redzonetech.net.

Major Take-Aways From This Episode:
1) 3 Major Types of Ethical Philosophies.
2) Ancient Virtue Ethics and Philippa Foot .The answer is always well it depends, what would a good person do? Human judgment is needed + nuance.
3) Modern Kantian (Started by Immanuel Kant) Deontological Ethics Rule-based ethics.
4) Modern John Stuart Mill's Utilitarianism Ethics is whatever increases the happiness of the largest number of people.
5) Why there is no such thing as Intuition and how understanding Intuition and Science can make you aware of how to make yourself better as a person and leader.
6) 3 Steps to augmenting intuition using Stoicism.
7) AI vs. Smart Intelligence versus consciousness
a. Trolley dilemma;
b. Throw-man-off-bridge dilemma;
c. Autonomous cars (programming a car to avoid a human being).
8) The different types of philosophy.
9) Kids and Philosophy resources to get your kids into good dinner table debates.
10) The Stoic Philosophy between (preferences and desires) and examples.
11) Skill acquisition and developing expertise using Stoic Philosophy.
12) Types of Philosophy of Science (Mathematics, Logic, Stoic). The role of Logic.
13) Why Stoicism is gaining popularity.
14) Stoicism for kids.

Ways to connect with Massimo Pigliucci:

Website:

Teachings, event and news updates

Podcast:
Rationally Speaking (archives)

Books and Publications: 

Video Resources:

Resources Mentioned:

Kids Philosophy Resources:

Other Resources: 

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Sep 23, 2016

Daniel Burrus has over 800k followers on Linkedin. Out of 300 million linkedin profiles he is in the top 35. This is stunning, but wait because once I go through his bio you will understand why.

He is considered one of the World's Leading Futurists on Global Trends and Innovation. The New York Times has referred to him as one of the top three business gurus in the highest demand as a speaker.

He is a strategic advisor to executives from Fortune 500 companies helping them to develop game-changing strategies based on his proven methodologies for capitalizing on technology innovations and their future impact. He is the author of six books, including THE NEW YORK TIMES and THE WALL STREET Journal best seller Flash Foresight as well as the highly acclaimed Technotrends.

Daniel Burrus' accurate predictions date back to the early 1980s (over 35 years) where he became the first and only technology futurist to accurately identify the twenty technologies that would become the driving forces of business and economic change for decades to come. Since then he has established a worldwide reputation for his exceptional record of predicting the future of technology driven change and its direct impact on the business world.

As a business strategist, he has helped hundreds of clients profit from new opportunities and develop successful competitive business strategies based on the creative application of leading-edge technologies. Daniel is a thought leader and contributing writer on the topics of innovation, change and the future for HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW, LINKEDIN, HUFFINGTON POST, WIRED MAGAZINE AND EXAMINER.COM to name a few.

He has founded six businesses, four of which were national leaders in the United States in the first year. He is the CEO of Burrus Research, a research and consulting firm that monitors global advancements in technology driven trends to help clients profit from technological, social and business forces that are converging to create enormous, untapped opportunities.

Major take – aways from this episode are:

  1. Why is having an ‘anticipatory’ organization  better than being ‘agile’.
  2. Developing a Methodology to Anticipate Disruption and Opportunities.
  3. The critically important difference between a HARD and a SOFT trends in evaluating risk.
  4. Is Bitcoin a Hard or Soft trend for example? Is Cyber currency a hard or soft trend?
  5. The difference between ‘computing power’ and ‘processing power’ related to Moore’s Law.
  6. What happened to Kodak when they treated digital photography as a Soft Trend.
  7. Business process trends over the next 5 years [Hard Trend].
  8. The Science of Strategic Foresight.
  9. How to Avoid Busying Yourself out of business.
  10. How to identify change versus transformation.
  11. Rapid problem solving for CIOs by using the “skip it process”.
  12. The problem is never ‘budget’.
  13. 3 HARD Technology TRENDS to pay attention to: Technology, Demographics (Gen Z), and Government Regulation (caused by Cyber).

Read full transcript here.

I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast where you can get access to Daniel Burrus’s  book and publications.

About Daniel Burrus:

DANIEL BURRUS is considered one of the World's Leading Futurists on Global Trends and Innovation, and is the founder and CEO of Burrus Research, a research and consulting firm that monitors global advancements in technology driven trends to help clients understand how technological, social and business forces are converging to create enormous untapped opportunities. He is the author of six books including New York Times & Wall Street Journal best seller Flash Foresight.

Daniel Burrus is also the creator of The Anticipatory Organization™ Learning System–named a Top 10 Product of 2016.The AO Learning System is a training process for executives and their teams to develop the skills to accurately foresee and take critical actions before disruption strikes.

How to get in touch with Daniel Burrus :

Website:

Blog:

Books/Publications:

Key Resources:

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Sep 2, 2016

Kevin Kelly, I think, may be the smartest person in the world...and I am only half-joking. I have been deeply interested in his work, and his thinking has influenced mine.
His 2010 book What Technology Wants changed my perspective on Information Technology in 2010; his book Cool Tools is a compendium of the best tools cultivated from his years of research. Among other resources I like is his blog post 1000 True Fans; his latest book just released this summer titled The Inevitable; and his podcast interviews on London Real, Tim Ferriss, Lewis Howes, and Chase Jarvis.
I asked him to come onto the show to get into topics that I had not heard him dive into from the perspective that I was curious about... I know you will be too.

Major take aways from this episode are:

1. If you were the leader of a 1000 person company, what would you ask your direct 5 reports to do?
2. What skills are needed to teach kids to handle this new future in regards to learning and failure?
3. How Kevin Kelly would handle ethics and governance as we program Artificial Intelligence.
4. How humans will become more ethical and moral training AI.
5. Kevin's AI philosophy is very unique and will help you understand the role of AI working with other AIs.
6. His opinion on the difference between AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning.
7. The importance of being a newbie and an attitude of being a lifelong learner.
8. The difference between learning, how to learn versus finding how you learn that is unique to you.
9 . The skills enterprise leaders need to have in regards to how to fail.
10. The important skill of looking at the edges.
11. "In a world of abundance the only scarcity will be our attention," Herbert Simon.

I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast when you can get access to Kevin Kelly's books and publications.

About Kevin Kelly:

Kevin Kelly is Senior Maverick at Wired magazine. He co-founded Wired in 1993, and served as its Executive Editor for its first seven years. He is also founding editor and co-publisher of the popular Cool Tools website, which has been reviewing tools daily since 2003. From 1984-1990 Kelly was publisher and editor of the Whole Earth Review, a journal of unorthodox technical news. He co-founded the ongoing Hackers' Conference, and was involved with the launch of the WELL, a pioneering online service started in 1985. His books include the best-selling New Rules for the New Economy, the classic book on decentralized emergent systems, Out of Control, a graphic novel about robots and angels, The Silver Cord, an oversize catalog of the best of Cool Tools, and his summary theory of technology in What Technology Wants (2010). His new book for Viking/Penguin is called The Inevitable.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Kevin Kelly:

Website:

Podcast:

Blog:

Books:

Key Resources:

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Aug 26, 2016

Chris Hadnagy specializes in understanding how malicious attackers exploit human communication and trust to obtain access to information and resources through manipulation and deceit. His goal is to secure companies by educating them on the methods used by attackers, identifying vulnerabilities, and mitigating issues through appropriate levels of awareness and security.
Chris, is the founder and CEO of Social-Engineer. Chris possesses over 16 years experience as a practitioner and researcher in the security field. His efforts in training, education, and awareness have helped to expose social engineering as the top threat to the security of organizations today. What I found fascinating from Chris' bio is that he is a certified Expert Level graduate of Dr. Paul Ekman's Micro Expressions courses, having made the study of non-verbal behaviors one of his specialties.
He established the world's first social engineering penetration testing framework at www.social-engineer.org, providing an invaluable repository of information for security professionals and enthusiasts. That site grew into a dynamic web resource including a podcast and newsletter, which have become staples in the security industry and are referenced by large organizations around the world. Chris also created the first hands-on social engineering training course and certification, Advanced Practical Social Engineering.
A sought-after writer and speaker, Chris has spoken and trained at events such as RSA, Black Hat, and various presentations for corporate and government clients. Chris is also the best-selling author of three books My favorite was - Phishing Dark Waters: The Offensive and Defensive Sides of Malicious Emails, which is his latest that I read. You can access all the link to his books, website, etc. at www.redzonetech.net/podcasts

Major take – aways from this episode are:

  1. Reminder: you can download the transcript of the entire interview at redzonetech.net/podcast.
  2. A classic story of a Social Engineering hack that Chris did is at the 12 minute mark; it is a great example that will remind you of what you need to do to train employees.
  3. The importance of the brain and amygdala as it relates to IT Security.
  4. The importance of the psychology of security.
  5. The importance of non-verbal facial expression and body language.
  6. How to trigger empathy and compassion in a target which really shows how this method is so effective.
  7. The role of mirror neurons.
  8. You will understand the brain and how it reacts to fear, emotion, and danger in relation to social engineering hacks.
  9. @ 35 minutes learn about What is a BEC Scam – Business Email Compromise and how to avoid it.
  10. The difference between Whaling, Vishing, and Phishing.

I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast when you can get access to Chris Hadnagy’s books and publications.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Chris Hadnagy

Website:

Podcast:

Social Engineer Podcast

Blog:

Social Engineer Blog

Books/Publications/ Videos:

Resources Mentioned:

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Aug 19, 2016

I first learned about Brian MacKenzie when I was training for my first Ironman’s and I read his books about endurance and mobility and he changed my concepts about what was possible with running. Basically, pounding out miles just doesn’t work as you get older (and when younger too). But this doesn’t apply to just running…… Brian applies exponential training approaches to optimize human performance; he relentlessly challenges conventions and tests assumptions. Recently I was reacquainted with Brian’s work when I started training with Wim Hof's cold and breathing methods and was looking to see who else was interested in them….. So I reached out to ask him on the show.

 Major take – aways from this episode are:

  1. How you can change anything with 10 breaths.
  2. Using breathing techniques to amplify, deepen and quicken meditation benefits.
  3. The power of breath work to stabilize mood regulation and reactive behavior patterns.
  4. Co2 adaptation + Integrating breathing, ice and heat.
  5. How to activate the Vagus nerve.
  6. Importance of diaphramatic breathing.
  7. Using breathing to access Flow States.
  8. Proper breathing technique for sport, business and life.
  9. Mobility – the importance of keeping tissue supple.
  10. Eating principles vs fads to follow that Brian coaches people on related to a) Vegetables; b)humanely treated animal protein (not stressed); c) High quality fats.
  11. The impact of a) sugar; b) processed foods; c) hydration; d) high quality breads.
  12. Must read and listen to Netflix video by Mike Pollan, “Cooked” and In Defense of Food – An Eaters Manifesto.
  13. Taking personal responsibility of your health by engaging your doctor.
  14. Benefits of getting your genetics tested (Wellness fx).
  15. Dumbing down technology so that you can feel again.
  16. Mike Rowe on the importance of working opportunities not passion.

I have linked up all the show notes on redzonetech.net/podcast where you can get access to Brian’s blog publications.

About Brian

Brian Mackenzie is a human performance and movement specialist. He is the innovator of the endurance, strength and conditioning paradigm. He has studied performance and movement for more than a decade along with altitude, hypoxia, breathing mechanics, heat and cold exposure. He has spent most of his time training in and around the water and ocean. Brian has competed in Ironman (Canada 2004), and has run the Western States 100 and the Angeles Crest 100 mile endurance runs.
He co-authored the book Power Speed Endurance, and NYTimes Best Seller UnBreakable Runner. Brian founded and created Power Speed Endurance (PSE), which specializes in movement, skill & strength development for sports with an emphasis in running, cycling, and swimming mechanics.
MacKenzie's program has taught over 50 seminars per year (on avg since 2007) worldwide and provides free programming via PSE. MacKenzie and his programs have been featured in Muscle & Fitness, Men's Health, Competitor Magazine, Runners World, Triathlete Magazine, Men's Journal, ESPN Rise, The Economist, Tim Ferriss' New York Times bestseller The 4-Hour Body, Men's Running UK, LA Sport & Fitness, Muscle & Performance Magazine, and Rivera Magazine.
Brian has worked with many top-level professional athletes including iconic surfers and waterman such as Laird Hamilton, Jamie Mitchell, Mark Healy, Kai Borg Garcia. CrossFit Games athletes including Rich Froning Jr (4X CrossFit Games Champion) and Annie Thorisdottir (2X CrossFit Games Champion). And also Olympic Gold Medalists such as Erin Cafaro (2X Olympic Gold Medalist in Rowing W8+, Wife) and Taylor Ritzel (2012 Olympic Gold Medalist W8+). Brian continues to work with several other professional and elite level athletes in sports spanning from Triathlon, Running, MMA, Swimming, Cycling, Rowing, Surfing, Base Jumping, to US Navy SEALS, Army Rangers and many other Military and Specialty units helping them optimize their movement and lifestyle practices.

Read full transcript here.

How to get in touch with Brian MacKenzie:

 Website:

Blog:

Power Speed Endurance Blog

Brian’s Books:

Podcast Interviews:

Power Speed Endurance Podcast

 In the Press:

RunningCompetitor.com

Resources Mentioned:

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