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RadioTuck delivers ground-breaking interviews by Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business MBA Fellows with today’s business leaders on topics, trends and best-practices surrounding technology and digital strategies.

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RadioTuck delivers ground-breaking interviews by Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business MBA Fellows with today’s business leaders on topics, trends and best-practices surrounding technology and digital strategies.

    The Internet of You: The Connected Home Panel

    The Internet of You: The Connected Home Panel

    Tech@Tuck explored the explosion of connected devices in everyday items and what this means for business and for how we live our lives. Panelists included EnergyHub's Seth Frader-Thompson, iControl's Tom Chmielewski and Adam Mayer, VP of IntelligentHome at Time Warner Cable.

    • 1h 10 min
    Open Flexible Ecosystems for the Future of the Connected Home

    Open Flexible Ecosystems for the Future of the Connected Home

    Ada Mayer, VP of IntelligentHome, Time Warner Cable

    Following the 2014 Tech@Tuck discussion on the connected home, Time Warner Cable's VP of IntelligentHome sat down with CDS MBA Fellow, Mandakini Saroop T'14 to discuss TWC's strategy for future growth with connected home products.

    • 9 min
    Realtime Possibilities with the Connected Home

    Realtime Possibilities with the Connected Home

    Tom Chmielewski, VP of Strategic Sales, iControl Networks Inc

    Tom Chmielewski, VP of Strategic Sales at iControl Networks talks with Gui Beyer Tho T'14 about how you can start at the thermostat and go to full "automagical" connectivity with the connected home today.

    • 7 min
    Careers and Investment in the Sharing Economy with Roger McNamee T’82

    Careers and Investment in the Sharing Economy with Roger McNamee T’82

    Roger McNamee T'82, Co-founder, Elevation Partners

    Roger McNamee T'82 shares his uncommon mindset concerning investment opportunities and careers in the new sharing economy.

    • 20 min
    The Decline of Deep Thinking: How Information Access Challenges Decision Making with Nicholas Carr

    The Decline of Deep Thinking: How Information Access Challenges Decision Making with Nicholas Carr

    Nicholas Carr, Author, The Shallows

    Nicholas Carr, author of Pulitzer Price finalist book, The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains, sits down with Tuck Professor Alva Taylor to discuss how the massive loads of information can take away from ways of thinking. Nicholas believes you lose some potential as a thinker if you are always distracted and multi-tasking and he encourages enterprises to support disconnected operations for certain scenarios. They also explore the topics of privacy, security, BYOD, wearables and truly critical thinking about the use of technology's effect on living a balanced life. Nicholas offers his advice to parents, students and CEOs.

    • 26 min
    Chris Briggs, VP at Buxton, discusses IoY

    Chris Briggs, VP at Buxton, discusses IoY

    Chris Briggs, VP of Marketing and Business Development, Buxton

    As Buxton's vice president of marketing and business development, Chris Briggs oversees marketing and business intelligence efforts and gives direction on the company's overall growth strategy. Chris visited the Tuck School of Business and spoke with Adam Kramer T'14 about challenges in the networked economy and the connected consumer.

    • 17 min

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