This podcast explores disruption and the disruptors. Each episode, Michael Leadbetter speaks with innovators and thought leaders of various industries, resulting in a thought-provoking discussion about how businesses must grow exponentially, or get left behind.
Business Lessons From the British Military with Chris Paton
On this episode, Michael Leadbetter speaks with Chris Paton, former Lieutenant Colonel in the British Royal Marines. Chris is the Managing Director of Quirk Solutions, a management consultancy which specializes in business resilience and execution success.
Innovation + Military Leadership with General Robert B. Brown
U.S. Army General Robert B. Brown has dedicated his life to public service. The decorated commander of U.S. Army Pacific, headquartered at Fort Shafter, Hawaii, speaks with Michael Leadbetter about what it takes to be a contemporary leader and ways in which the Army promotes innovation. Additionally, Brown discusses the ever-growing cyber threat and what impresses him about the millennial generation.
NFL Evolution + Disruption with Michael Lombardi
Don’t look now, but we’re on the cusp of another NFL season. To commemorate this American pseudo-holiday, we invited NFL insider and former front office executive Michael Lombardi on the podcast. Host Michael Leadbetter and Lombardi examine the sport’s evolution throughout the last three decades, and the disruptive forces the NFL must confront.
Season One Finale
In the season finale of The Pivot Factory Podcast, creator and host Michael Leadbetter explains what’s happening on the ground with regards to digital innovation.
For the general public, mom-and-pop business owners, and occasional investor, it’s important to understand Wall Street lingo, considering the financial sector’s impact on the broader economy. In this episode, host Michael Leadbetter speaks with Reuben Advani, the financial expert and author who literally wrote the book on how to translate Wall Street speak.
[Bonus] Why Do Digital Transformations Fail? With Tony Saldanha
In this special bonus episode of The Pivot Factory Podcast, Michael Leadbetter speaks with Tony Saldanha, who recently retired after 27 years with Procter & Gamble. The two discuss Saldanha's first book, “Why Digital Transformations Fail,” which you can order now.