Tag Archives: innovation

Big Tech: Control and Command

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Can’t things just get better?

By themselves.

When there is a market to disrupt.

And money to be made.

Ed Kowalski, the CTO of the hapless Internet firm Talking and Shopping is back in Silicon Valley.  Tired of Washington.  Tired of things he doesn’t understand.  Tired of trying to get along with people.  

Episode 22 of the series What Big Tech Doesn’t Know About Washington. 

Cast:

  • Margaux Amie – Evelyn Rouse of HWMS
  • Christian Conn – Gar Simons, Financier 
  • Kit Kuksenok – Ed Kowalski of T & S
  • Noah Masur – Ben Çapardı, formerly of T & S 
  • Michelle Thomas-Hanson – Stage Manager
  • Skippy – Himself

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We Read It So You Don’t Have To: Innovators Dilemma

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Life is busy.

There’s no time to read. 

Or view YouTube videos.  

Or even listen to podcasts. 

So Maddie, the 8 year old entrepreneur an Bix, the Master Scrum Master, give you a thorough overview of Clayton Christensen’s masterwork, the Innovators Dilemma.  

It is perhaps the most influential business book of our age.  It was the centerpiece of the late Dr. Christensen’s career.  It’s important cultural icon.

And, of course, Bix hasn’t read it.  

And Maddie has read it too well. 

Cast:

  • Zoe Anastassiou – Maddie, the 8 Year Old Entrepreneur
  • Ron Bianchi – Bix the Master Scrum Master
  • Skippy – Himself

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It’s called “Brexit” but It’s not About Brexit (Series I)

hwms.coverart There was a reason for this title.  We talked about it in the writers room. But that reason is gone.  It was just another step towards Audio Drama. You want to be innovative do something new and think that you can just change directions on a dime. But that’s the problem. Novelty is not innovation. Without a structure to support it, a new idea won’t advance your goals. So we turn the cast loose to wrestle with this problem. Some success. Some problems. A couple of hosts disagreeing about a new idea. A little CEO who may be realizing that contract is not enough. [16430]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail