A fresh take on how technology and creativity are changing the way work gets done.
What Does it Take to Keep Today’s Increasingly Mobile Workforce Connected?
Around the world and across sectors, a rapidly growing number of workers are dependent on mobile devices to do their jobs. Yet research shows that, on a weekly basis, 50 percent of workers experience technological issues that get in the way of their work. Why is that number so high, and what challenges do IT professionals face when it comes to troubleshooting and preventing problems? On this episode of The Big REthink, Gary Lee, chief revenue officer for B2M Solutions, joins host Barry Ross to discuss. Plus, they consider the impact of technological issues on businesses’ bottom line and the consumer experience.
Protect & Defend: Technology’s Role in National Security
For civilians and outsiders, it might be easy to assume that, when it comes to national security, the U.S. government has an endless array of cutting-edge technologies to choose from. But a set of unique challenges, from logistical limitations to fiscal responsibility, make technological innovation more difficult than some might imagine. On this episode of The Big REthink, Schuyler Moore, senior defense advisor to the House of Representatives, joins host Barry Ross to discuss those obstacles, and some of the solutions already in place.
Authenticity at Work: The Power of Vulnerability
At work, we’re often expected to present our best selves, checking our emotional needs and insecurities at the door. Where did that expectation originate, and what benefits might there be in creating a workplace that embraces authenticity? On this episode of The Big REthink, researcher, author and speaker Jez Rose joins host Brian Rowley to answer these questions and more.
Creating Community: How Technology is Changing the Live Worship Experience
For many churchgoers, personal connection is a key component of the live worship experience. As congregations grow and demand for remote streaming increases, how can technology help foster human bonds? On this episode of The Big REthink, Donnie Haulk, CEO of AE Global Media, Inc., joins host Barry Ross to answer this question and more.
In the Fast Lane: What 5G Means for Businesses and Consumers
Faster data transmission, lower latency, higher resolution and increased usage capacity are a few features of 5G wireless technology. How will it impact businesses, and what differences can consumers expect in their everyday lives? On this episode of The Big REthink, Vijay Paulrajan, Executive Director - Devices, Verizon Business Group, having responsibility for business products and marketing, joins host Barry Ross to discuss. They also consider how 5G is promoting the growth of technology on a larger scale.
Adapting in Aisle 5: How Grocers Are Responding to Customers’ Changing Needs
Now more than ever, grocery store customers want – and need – safe, quick and convenient ways to shop for food. On this episode of The Big REthink, Matt Judkins, director of corporate marketing communication for Hussmann Corporation, joins host Susan Campbell to share his take on the technologies that are helping grocers provide just such an experience, from online ordering to contactless pickup. Plus, they discuss sustainability initiatives in grocery stores and supply chains, and what the future of food retail might look like.