Every generation has their crisis and in these uncertain times, it looks like we are dealing with ours. We will get through this. In the meantime, we are also faced with one of the most creative times of our generation; there is creativity happening all around us.
For as long as it takes to deal with these challenges Tennis will be interviewing professionals from different industries and positions to chat about what they're experiencing, what opportunities they see, and what's the new normal.
Through this, we hope to inspire strategic thought and creativity through this uncertain time.
This week we wrap up our series with Nick Hobson, Ph.D. Chief Behavioral Scientist at The Behaviorist. In this episode, we talk with Nick about the origin of behavioural insights teams in government; and how the pandemic has pushed behavioural science back into the “lab of real-life.”
This is our final episode in the series, and we are going to begin exploring some new themes moving forward. It has been an incredible experience, thanks for listening!
In this episode, we speak with Emma Quin, Executive Director of The Textile Museum of Canada about re-opening and how organizations like Museums will have to evolve and adapt as they reopen in waves.
We have 3 episodes left in our survive and thrive series before we end the series and archive it as a moment in time that we all experienced together.
In this episode, we speak with Shane Saunderson co-founder of AI startup Babbly and currently researching human-robotic interactions during his PhD.
We had a super interesting conversation about the evolution of robotics spurred by what we are currently experiencing through physical distancing.
In our most recent episode we speak with Tatiana Soldatova, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Syllable, an architecture and interior design company.
We talked about how the interior design industry has been affected and how physical distancing may change how we think about designing workspaces.
Thrilled to have spoken with Robert Bolton from the foresight studio, From Later. Our meandering conversation explores hybrid media events, a surprising surge for bike shops, and the future of commercial spaces. This week is a big mental download.
This week we interviewed Martin Williams, Co-founder of a food innovation company called Recipe For Tmrw.
We explore how at times like these, simply having a great product is not enough if your operational strategies are weak, and customers can’t access or engage. We also talk about the future of supply chains, and the pitfalls of Just in Time (JIT) manufacturing during a global pandemic.