How does PricewaterhouseCoopers arm employees with skills to meet the needs of Fortune 100 clients? How does Intel produce and provide next-gen technology to companies looking to maintain an edge? How does UPS keep 55,000 drivers en route and on time every day?
Join host Jeremy Bergeron as he sits down with the founders, CEOs, CTOs, COOs, and change-makers who make all of this (and more) possible. Each episode uncovers an organization’s “X factor” — the tool, technology, software, culture or mindset that has given them a competitive upper hand.
From unlocking a 360-degree customer journey, to providing exceptional employee experiences, to how companies are using RPA, ML, and AI to streamline operations — you’ll learn it all on Business X factors.
New episodes drop every Thursday. Business X factors is produced by Mission.org and brought to you by Hyland.
Beyond the Status Quo With Raj De Datta, CEO and Co-Founder of Bloomreach
Is it possible to create an organizational culture before you even have a company? Raj De Datta, Co-Founder and CEO of Bloomreach, explains that he developed the cultural framework for Bloomreach before the company launched.
Change the Why to Win, With Joe Walsh, Chairman and CEO of Thryv
Is it possible that a CEO can get duped into running a company? Joe Walsh, Chairman and CEO of Thryv, shares how he ended up holding the reins of a historic company to pivot it from its phone book past to providing a digital platform that helps small businesses thrive.
Leadership Takes Guts With Jim Kavanaugh, CEO and Co-Founder of World Wide Technology
Jim Kavanaugh knows a thing or two about rising to the occasion. As the CEO and Co-Founder of World Wide Technology – an organization that provides global technology solutions and services – he’s had to prove his mettle more than once. Tune in to this episode of Business X factors to hear about how this St. Louis-based company became a global tech leader, and why Jim Kavanaugh believes the best leaders are the ones forged in fire.
Winning Big and Losing Small With Chris Malone, CEO of Applause
Software applications are used by people like you and me. Therefore, shouldn't humans all over the world test them before they launch? Chris Malone, the CEO of Applause, explains how the Applause platform activates a community of experts to ensure applications will truly serve their users.
Unity Wins With Kevin Haverty, Senior Advisor to the CEO at ServiceNow
A team that’s divided will, ultimately, not be successful. Kevin Haverty, Senior Advisor to the CEO at ServiceNow, reveals that a unified team, as well as a unified product, will earn big wins.
Following the Money With Jim Ryan, President and CEO of Flexera
For more than twenty years, Jim Ryan has helped shepherd Flexera, a global software company, into massive success. How has he managed to help keep core values in the midst of expansion? He stops by Business X factors to talk about scaling with integrity, following the money, and why bureaucracy might not be a dirty word, after all.
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Jeremy is a great host, a critical thinker, asking very relevant questions and converts the conversation into a production that is informative and engaging to listen to. Very relevant topics for today’s businesses.
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