Interviews

Q&As with experts and business leaders

July 10, 2019 | Interviews

Ellen Ruppel Shell on Jobs and Work in the Twenty-First Century

A deep dive into the future of work with The Atlantic correspondent Ellen Ruppel Shell

We’ve all been hearing a lot lately about the economy: unemployment is near a record low, the stock market is at a record high, and job creation numbers have been relatively steady. Yet behind these reassuring numbers lurks a troubling …

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  • April 25, 2019 | Interviews

    Diane Mulcahy on the Gig Economy

    An interview with author Diane Mulcahy, preeminent thought leader on the gig economy

    All around us, we see that the world of work has fundamentally changed—there are more freelancers, more part-time workers, and more contractors, all while the security of traditional salaried employment has diminished. The realities of this new economy are far-reaching …

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  • March 13, 2019 | Interviews

    Sophie Wade on the Future of Work

    An interview with Sophie Wade, founder at Flexcel Network and a leading authority on the Future of Work

    The Future of Work is something that everyone wants to understand, but few of us fully do. What we can all agree on is that in many ways, the “future” is already here. There are more freelancers, an increased need …

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  • October 3, 2017 | Interviews

    Esther Choy on Storytelling for Business Success

    There are techniques to storytelling, and businesspeople can learn them

    Everyone loves a great story. Stories help us to connect with others more effectively, whether one-on-one or in a group. This is as true in the business context as anywhere else. But what, precisely, makes for a great story, and …

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  • June 6, 2017 | Interviews

    David J.P. Fisher on Hyper-Connected Selling & Sales Skills of the Future

    According to Fisher, sales has changed, and we need to keep up 

    The internet has fundamentally changed the role of today’s salesperson, and this is a reality that can’t be ignored. In a world where consumers can purchase anything from diapers to high-end jewelry with a simple click of the mouse, the contemporary salesperson must …

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  • March 3, 2017 | Interviews

    Warren Berger on the Power of the Question

    An interview with bestselling author Warren Berger about questions and the importance of Question Week 

    Are we asking the right questions? Can asking better questions spark innovation and creativity? How can asking better questions help us in our personal and business lives? Exploring the power of inquiry is the focus of Warren Berger’s 2014 bestselling …

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  • January 26, 2017 | Interviews

    The BPI Blueprint

    A guide for business process improvement

    InfoWorks interviewed Shelley Sweet, who is President of I4 Process and author of The BPI Blueprint.   I4 Process provides consultation, workshops and training programs based on a unique 3-PEAT method of modeling processes and analyzing data that accelerates operational …

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