Disrupting Corporate Leadership Through AI, Blockchain & Humanizing Digital Communication With Trio of Innovators
Disruption Interruption podcast host and veteran communications disruptor, Karla Jo Helms, recently sat down with three innovators, each with different technology, but with very similar goals. Teresa Spangler adapts AI and machine learning to simplify executive decision making; Jai Arun adapted distributed ledger technology for every business; and Hoyin Cheung infuses today’s virtual workplaces with humanized technology.
Prior to the pandemic 92 percent of company leaders surveyed by McKinsey thought that their business model would not remain viable at the rates of digitization at that time. (1) Experts noted that the road to recovery is paved with data-driven decisions. This can be good news or daunting news for leadership of all businesses; small to enterprise.
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Enter Teresa Spangler, CEO of Plazabridge Group and growth strategist, whose AI-powered decision-making tool leverages data and new technologies to drive business value. She explained to Karla Jo Helms, the host of the Disruption/Interruption podcast, how AI helps the C-suite make better, faster decisions based on accumulating data vs. assessing risk. “In the pandemic we pivoted, changed and rebirthed in many ways. However, we are missing the element of future planning for competitive agility by not focusing our efforts on future growth.”
Enter Jai Arun, a tech innovator with over 23 years of experience leading startups to enterprises, who has seen the value of blockchain in protecting systems and information through his distributed ledger technology. He explained to host Karla Jo Helms why monetizing information has created more distrust and the impact of self-sovereign identity and how we view information. “Blockchain enables companies to bring trust and security to systems. Distributed Ledger Technology can bring trust and transparency into businesses to solve more problems.”
Enter Hoyin Cheung of Remo, whose company reveals the nuances of creating and engaging workplace for all team members and establishes genuine relationships in virtual and hybrid environments. He explained to host Karla Jo Helms how their technology is humanizing digital communication and helping leaders leverage the engagement level of their workers. “The funny thing about working in technology is that a lot of times the thing that limits growth is humans.”
- Why the C-Suite is in desperate need of a decision-making framework (Spangler)
- The difference between accumulating data vs. assessing risk (Spangler)
- Why monetizing information has created distrust; why security is a factor (Arun)
- Where blockchain can make the biggest impact in rebuilding societal trust (Arun)
- Why remote work requires training of leaders at all levels (Cheung)
- How Remo.co is helping businesses create a remote workplace culture (Cheung)
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