Status Go is a weekly podcast with lively discussions on what it takes to thrive among the challenges of enterprise technology. Our hosts talk with practitioners, visionaries, pioneers, and specialists focusing on lessons learned and practical strategies in navigating today’s hyper-digital era. StatusGo takes a deep dive on everything from change management to automation. We are in unprecedented times requiring crucial innovation; harness the momentum and realize your IT vision.
What’s Next? | Leadership & Career Coaching
To answer What's Next? ?” Jeff Ton sits down with Brad Finkeldei, President of Career Confidence to discuss the importance of clarity as a catalyst for creating the change you want as well as the two most common themes Brad sees among IT professionals: fear and false narratives.
What’s Next? | Reimagining Work
To answer What's Next? ?” Jeff Ton sits down with Chris Byers, CEO of Formstack. Listen as Chris explains what motivated their shift to remote workforce, how they’ve overcome challenges and how they maintain and even elevate their culture. #StatusGo
Boost Your Customer Experience with Collaboration
How the right collaboration tools can make a big impact on your customer experience – or create “frictionless customer interaction.” Otto explains the immense effect of collaboration on the operational effectiveness and efficiency among employees and the major role collaboration plays in a rock star customer experience.
The Cloud Operating Model – A Paradigm Shift
Ray Ploski, Field CTO for HashiCorp, joins Jeff Ton to dive into this “massive paradigm shift” from a static to a dynamic world
Race in Tech | Adapting to Change & Transformation
Dwayne Carter, Founder of Blu Strategies, discusses with host, Jeff Ton, the unique perspectives when it comes to transformation of public agencies; specifically looking at change management, technology and the impact on personnel.
The Shifting Healthcare Model
In this episode of Status Go, we welcome, Curt Kwak, CIO of Proliance Surgeons. Like everyone, the scope of the COVID-19 pandemic didn’t fully sink in for Curt Kwak and his team until it was upon them, and being in Seattle, they were some of the first hit in a very real way. In his conversation with Jeff Ton, Curt tells us how his team triaged and prioritized to keep the organization up and running, how they kept from ever losing communication and continued to uphold their commitment to their community.
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Great technology leader material!
Excellent podcast containing topics of interest for information technology leaders and professionals who want to learn more from practitioners in the field. Great interviews with current leaders and experts sharing their experience and perspectives on various topics in a straightforward format.