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Welcome to the What’s Next! Podcast. I’ve met so many brilliant people as I traveled the globe and have had some fascinating conversations that I’ve wished had been recorded so I could share them with you - this podcast was a way for me recreate those moments and let you in on some fantastic insights. My current conversations center around one objective: what's next for companies and individuals as they look to innovate and grow. I hope these conversations inspire you as much as they have inspired me. Whether I am preparing for keynote speech or writing for publications such as Harvard Business Review and Huffington Post these are my go-to people. My goal with the What’s Next! podcast is to keep you thinking and to challenge you to think about What’s Next!

Latest Episodes

No Hard Feelings - Creating a Culture of Healthy Expression and Belonging with Liz Fosslien

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with LizFosslienwhois the co-author and illustrator of the Wall Street Journal best-sellerNo Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work, and the Head of Content atHumu.Humuis a company that makes work better by using behavioral science and machine learning to make change easier.Liz'swriting and illustrations have been featured on or by The New York Times, the Harvard Business Review, The Economist, WNYC, and NPR’s Marketplace. Iamabsolutely thrilledto be speaking with LizFosslienon theWhat’s Next! Podcast. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…anyone experiencing burn out, remote workers, and those who have experienced a lack of belonging at work. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…Liz teaches us about the secret power of embracing your emotions in the workplace in an appropriate and productive way. She talks about creating an environment of belonging and preventing the infamous office blow-up.She breaks down emotion, expression,and burnout, and talks about how we can bemore productive leaderswhen we are reflective by employing EQ to create a healthy and productive work environment. Becoming a more present leader can help keep you and your team from experiencing productivity-killing burnout! Liz also discusses practical strategies for efficiency and efficacy in the workplace. WHAT I LOVE MOST…“You can’t pour from an empty cup.” Liz flags this analogy and its importance in the workplace, especially for leaders. Running time: 36:45 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Find Liz on social: Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Liz’s Website: www.fosslien.com Liz + Mollie’s Book: No Hard Feelings Liz + Mollie’s Website: www.lizandmollie.com

36 MIN1 weeks ago
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No Hard Feelings - Creating a Culture of Healthy Expression and Belonging with Liz Fosslien

Getting Comfortable with Uncertainty, Radical Self-Inquiry, and Leading Towards Innovation with Jerry Colonna

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I have the pleasure of chatting with Jerry Colonna. Jerry is an American Venture Capitalist, Professional Coach, and the CEO and co-founder ofReboot.iowhichisan executive coaching and leadership development firm. For nearly 20 years he has used the knowledge gained as an investor, an executive, and a board member for more than 100 organizations to help entrepreneurs and others lead with humanity, resilience, and equanimity. Prior to his career as a coach, he was a partner with JPMorgan Partners (JPMP) the private equity arm of JP Morgan Chase. He joinedJPMPfrom Flatiron Partners, which he launched in 1996 with Fred Wilson. Flatiron became one of the most successful, early-stage investment programs in the New York City area. I am thrilled to have Jerry Colonna on theWhat’s Next! Podcast. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…new leaders looking to be empowered, leaders and stakeholders looking for the best way to make a return on investment, and anyone seeking radical self-inquiry. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…Why aren’t human beings predictable, relatively easy to program, and why is it that my input doesn’t give me the output that I expect?Jerry talks about the internal wish to ameliorate our own internal anxiety that leads us, instead of learning to work around fear of unpredictability and change. He takes us on a therapeutic journey to make space for innovationand the mess that creates it and addresses the radical self-inquiry that helps us unpack our belief systems and how we operate in relation to important things like money. WHAT I LOVE MOST…Jerry’s breakdown of leadership styles and how our upbringinginfluences how we lead and ultimately succeed in one of the most open, honest and vulnerable interviews I have done. Running time: 35:47 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Find Jerry on social: Twitter LinkedIn Jerry’s Website: www.reboot.io Jerry’s Book: Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up Jerry’s Podcast: The Reboot Podcast

35 MIN3 weeks ago
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Getting Comfortable with Uncertainty, Radical Self-Inquiry, and Leading Towards Innovation with Jerry Colonna

Unearth Your Own Potential by Being More Self-Aware with Tasha Eurich

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with TiffaniBova. This week I am so thrilled to be able to chat with TashaEurich. Tasha is an organizational psychologist, researcher, and New York Times best-selling author. Over her 15-plus-year career,Tasha has built a reputation as a fresh, modern voice in the business world by pairing her scientific grounding in human behavior with a pragmatic approach to professional development. She’s helped thousands of leaders—from public company CEOs to early-stage entrepreneurs—improve their self-awareness and success.HerTEDxMileHightalks have been viewed more than three million times and in 2019,Thinkers50named her one of the top 30 emerging management thinkers in the world. She was also chosen from more than 16,000 candidates as one of Marshall Goldsmith’s “100 Coaches” to advance the practice of leadership. Her first book,Bankable Leadership, debuted at #8 on The New York Times bestseller list and her latest book,Insight, was named a Best Book ...

34 MINSEP 12
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Unearth Your Own Potential by Being More Self-Aware with Tasha Eurich

The Future of Retail with Doug Stephens

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am thrilled to be speaking withDoug Stephens. Doug is the Founder of Retail Prophet. He is one of the world’s foremost retail industry futurists whose intellectual work has influenced well-known international retailers, agencies and brands like Walmart, Google,L'Oreal, Disney, BMW, Citibank, and LVMH.Doug is the author of two groundbreaking books,The Retail Revival: Re-Imagining Business for the New Age of Consumerism(2013) andReengineering Retail: The Future of Selling in a Post-Digital World(2017). Doug is also the nationally syndicated retail columnist for CBC Radio and sits on multiple corporate and academic advisory boards including the David Sobey Centre for Innovation in Retail & Services at St. Mary’s University. His unique perspectives on retailing, business and consumer behavior have been featured in many of the world’s leading publications and media outlets including The New York Times, TheBBC, Bloomber...

39 MINAUG 29
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The Future of Retail with Doug Stephens

How Design Thinking Helped an Olympic Athlete Create Breakthrough Performance and Lean Into His Strength with John Coyle

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I have the distinct honor and pleasure of speaking with Olympic silver medalist John Coyle. Known as “TheTimeGuy,” John is a thought leader in the field ofchronoception—the study of how humans process time— and one of the world's leading expertsin Design Thinking. A graduate of Stanford University’s Product Design Program and a Kellogg MBA, John is an NBC sports analyst, two-time TEDx presenter and sought-after keynote speaker. His presentations combine the data and analytics of a professor with the inspired storytelling of an Olympic athlete. He is also a best-selling author of two books,DesignForStrengths: Applying Design Thinking to Individual and Team StrengthsandTheArt of Really Living Manifesto.As a speaker and an author, his talent is in weaving facts, examples, and intellectual principles into engaging stories that leave you with actionable ideas. I am absolutely thrilled to be speaking with John Coyle on ...

35 MINAUG 15
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How Design Thinking Helped an Olympic Athlete Create Breakthrough Performance and Lean Into His Strength with John Coyle

Driven by Purpose and Delivering Excellence with Horst Schulze

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the wonderful pleasure of speaking with Horst Schulze. Horst is a legend and leader in the hotel world and his teachings and vision have reshaped the concepts of service and hospitality across industries. His professional life began over 65 years ago as a server's assistant in a German resort town.He’sworked for both Hilton Hotels and the Hyatt Hotels Corporation before becoming one of the founding members of The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company in 1983. During his tenure at The Ritz Carlton, he served as President and COO and under his leadership The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company was awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award-twice-making it the first and only hotel company to ever win even one! In 1991, Horstwas recognizedas "corporate hotelier of the world" by HOTELS Magazine, and in 1995, he was awarded the Ishikawa Medal for his personal contributions to the quality movement.After leaving The Rit...

33 MINAUG 1
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Driven by Purpose and Delivering Excellence with Horst Schulze

Doing Good, Embracing Discomfort, and the Final Marketing Frontier with Cindy Gallop

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with Cindy Gallop. Cindy has over 30 years of experience inbrand-building, marketing, and advertising. Cindy took a risk when she entered advertising and shehasn’tstopped taking them since. In1998shemoved from the UK to New York and began building one of the fastest-growing agencies in Europe’s US branch, the New York office of Bartle BogleHegarty(BBH). Four years later BBH US was named Ad Week’s Eastern Agency of the Year, and in 2003 Cindy was named Advertising Woman of the Year. In 2005 she resigned as Chairman of BBH to pursue other projects.She continues to work in advertising and marketing, but is also tending to other fascinating projects of her own as well.At TED2009she launchedMakeLoveNotPorn, she is the founder and CEO ofIfWeRanTheWorld, a co-action software which enables brands to implement the business model of the future: Shared Values + Shared Action = Shared Prof...

34 MINJUL 18
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Doing Good, Embracing Discomfort, and the Final Marketing Frontier with Cindy Gallop

Growth is a Decision with Daniel Marcos

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. My guest this week isDaniel Marcos. Daniel is a Co-Founder and the CEO of Gazelles Growth Institute,anonline executive education company for C-level executives at fast-growing firms. Daniel is also the Co-Founder of Inflection (Gazelles Mexico division),a keynote speaker and CEO-Coach. Across all these efforts, his goal is to help 1 million entrepreneurs scale their companies faster and with “less drama.” Daniel is also an ambassador for Singularity University inAustin, TX and he co-authored the bookStart-Up to Scale-Up. I am thrilled to be speaking with Daniel Marcos on theWhat’sNext! Podcast! THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…entrepreneursinterested in starting a companyand small and mid-size businesses looking to grow and scalesuccessfully. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…Growth is not easy. It does not come without sacrifice. So, most important when it comes to growth, is reaching the decision to grow, and reaching it after careful consi...

34 MINJUL 4
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Growth is a Decision with Daniel Marcos

Fact Versus Fear and Becoming a True Student of Success with Bill Wooditch

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I am thrilled to be speaking with BillWooditchon the show. Bill is the founder and CEO ofWooditchEnterprises. He works withFortune 500 companies like AIG, Old Republic, Zurich, and Bank of America to improve their sales and leadership.He appeared regularly on Steve Harvey’s “Act like a Success” show andhas alsoappeared on CNBC, Fox, and CBS. He has written for Inc., New York Daily News, and the American Management Association. I amabsolutely thrilledto be speaking with BillWooditchon theWhat’s Next! Podcast! THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…anyone who wants to succeed and learn how to usetheirindispensable failures to get there faster! TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…..It’sthe serious student of success that treats failure as the indispensable teacher. Unlessyou’reable to first move through the pains of rejection and the fear of the attempt, you will not be able to move forward to create the lifestyle you dream of. The key here...

32 MINJUN 20
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Fact Versus Fear and Becoming a True Student of Success with Bill Wooditch

Innovation and Continuous Connection with Christian Terwiesch

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with Professor ChristianTerwieschon the show. Christian isa Professor in Wharton’s Operations and Information Management department, co-director ofPenn’sMack Institute for Innovation Management, and also holds a faculty appointment In Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine. He is the co-author ofMatching Supply with Demand, a widely used textbook in Operations Management. He launched the first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in business on Coursera based on the book and since itsinception,more than half a million students have enrolled.His first management book,Innovation Tournaments, details a new process-based approach to innovationand has inspired innovation tournaments around the world.His latest book,Connected Strategies, combines his expertise in the fields of operations, innovation, and strategy to help companies take advantage of digital technology leading to new business models. In addition to his teaching and his research, ProfessorTerwieschis the host of “Work of Tomorrow”, a national radio show on Sirius XM 132. I amabsolutely thrilledto be speaking with ChristianTerwieschon theWhat’s Next! Podcasttoday! THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…anyone wanting to become more innovative or bring a culture of innovation to your organization, as well as those wanting to get a pulse on new business models shaping how organizations interact with customers today. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…We have to find different ways of delighting our customers.How do we do that? Well, we do it through innovation and continuous connection.ProfessorTerwieschmaintains that innovation is a cultural process thatcan be managed. That is the power of the Innovation Tournament, it leaves room for that magic spark to fly, but gives it direction and structure.Beyond Innovation Tournaments,it’sabout becoming continuously connected. This connection enables new ways of delighting the customerand alsoallows organizations to provide more value to the customer, potentially at a lower cost. The purpose of a connected strategy and a continuous relationship is not to get data, but to do a better job for the customer. WHAT I LOVE MOST…It’sthe perfect timing! I love thatChristian has identifiedthesenew business models that are fundamentally changing the way organizations are interacting with their customers. Running time: 30:31 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Christian on social: Twitter LinkedIn The Connected Strategy Website: Connected-Strategy Christian’s Book: Connected Strategy Book Work of Tomorrow Podcast Podcast

30 MINJUN 6
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Innovation and Continuous Connection with Christian Terwiesch

Latest Episodes

No Hard Feelings - Creating a Culture of Healthy Expression and Belonging with Liz Fosslien

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the pleasure of speaking with LizFosslienwhois the co-author and illustrator of the Wall Street Journal best-sellerNo Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work, and the Head of Content atHumu.Humuis a company that makes work better by using behavioral science and machine learning to make change easier.Liz'swriting and illustrations have been featured on or by The New York Times, the Harvard Business Review, The Economist, WNYC, and NPR’s Marketplace. Iamabsolutely thrilledto be speaking with LizFosslienon theWhat’s Next! Podcast. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…anyone experiencing burn out, remote workers, and those who have experienced a lack of belonging at work. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…Liz teaches us about the secret power of embracing your emotions in the workplace in an appropriate and productive way. She talks about creating an environment of belonging and preventing the infamous office blow-up.She breaks down emotion, expression,and burnout, and talks about how we can bemore productive leaderswhen we are reflective by employing EQ to create a healthy and productive work environment. Becoming a more present leader can help keep you and your team from experiencing productivity-killing burnout! Liz also discusses practical strategies for efficiency and efficacy in the workplace. WHAT I LOVE MOST…“You can’t pour from an empty cup.” Liz flags this analogy and its importance in the workplace, especially for leaders. Running time: 36:45 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Find Liz on social: Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Liz’s Website: www.fosslien.com Liz + Mollie’s Book: No Hard Feelings Liz + Mollie’s Website: www.lizandmollie.com

36 MIN1 weeks ago
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No Hard Feelings - Creating a Culture of Healthy Expression and Belonging with Liz Fosslien

Getting Comfortable with Uncertainty, Radical Self-Inquiry, and Leading Towards Innovation with Jerry Colonna

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I have the pleasure of chatting with Jerry Colonna. Jerry is an American Venture Capitalist, Professional Coach, and the CEO and co-founder ofReboot.iowhichisan executive coaching and leadership development firm. For nearly 20 years he has used the knowledge gained as an investor, an executive, and a board member for more than 100 organizations to help entrepreneurs and others lead with humanity, resilience, and equanimity. Prior to his career as a coach, he was a partner with JPMorgan Partners (JPMP) the private equity arm of JP Morgan Chase. He joinedJPMPfrom Flatiron Partners, which he launched in 1996 with Fred Wilson. Flatiron became one of the most successful, early-stage investment programs in the New York City area. I am thrilled to have Jerry Colonna on theWhat’s Next! Podcast. THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…new leaders looking to be empowered, leaders and stakeholders looking for the best way to make a return on investment, and anyone seeking radical self-inquiry. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…Why aren’t human beings predictable, relatively easy to program, and why is it that my input doesn’t give me the output that I expect?Jerry talks about the internal wish to ameliorate our own internal anxiety that leads us, instead of learning to work around fear of unpredictability and change. He takes us on a therapeutic journey to make space for innovationand the mess that creates it and addresses the radical self-inquiry that helps us unpack our belief systems and how we operate in relation to important things like money. WHAT I LOVE MOST…Jerry’s breakdown of leadership styles and how our upbringinginfluences how we lead and ultimately succeed in one of the most open, honest and vulnerable interviews I have done. Running time: 35:47 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Instagram Find Jerry on social: Twitter LinkedIn Jerry’s Website: www.reboot.io Jerry’s Book: Reboot: Leadership and the Art of Growing Up Jerry’s Podcast: The Reboot Podcast

35 MIN3 weeks ago
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Getting Comfortable with Uncertainty, Radical Self-Inquiry, and Leading Towards Innovation with Jerry Colonna

Unearth Your Own Potential by Being More Self-Aware with Tasha Eurich

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with TiffaniBova. This week I am so thrilled to be able to chat with TashaEurich. Tasha is an organizational psychologist, researcher, and New York Times best-selling author. Over her 15-plus-year career,Tasha has built a reputation as a fresh, modern voice in the business world by pairing her scientific grounding in human behavior with a pragmatic approach to professional development. She’s helped thousands of leaders—from public company CEOs to early-stage entrepreneurs—improve their self-awareness and success.HerTEDxMileHightalks have been viewed more than three million times and in 2019,Thinkers50named her one of the top 30 emerging management thinkers in the world. She was also chosen from more than 16,000 candidates as one of Marshall Goldsmith’s “100 Coaches” to advance the practice of leadership. Her first book,Bankable Leadership, debuted at #8 on The New York Times bestseller list and her latest book,Insight, was named a Best Book ...

34 MINSEP 12
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Unearth Your Own Potential by Being More Self-Aware with Tasha Eurich

The Future of Retail with Doug Stephens

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I am thrilled to be speaking withDoug Stephens. Doug is the Founder of Retail Prophet. He is one of the world’s foremost retail industry futurists whose intellectual work has influenced well-known international retailers, agencies and brands like Walmart, Google,L'Oreal, Disney, BMW, Citibank, and LVMH.Doug is the author of two groundbreaking books,The Retail Revival: Re-Imagining Business for the New Age of Consumerism(2013) andReengineering Retail: The Future of Selling in a Post-Digital World(2017). Doug is also the nationally syndicated retail columnist for CBC Radio and sits on multiple corporate and academic advisory boards including the David Sobey Centre for Innovation in Retail & Services at St. Mary’s University. His unique perspectives on retailing, business and consumer behavior have been featured in many of the world’s leading publications and media outlets including The New York Times, TheBBC, Bloomber...

39 MINAUG 29
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The Future of Retail with Doug Stephens

How Design Thinking Helped an Olympic Athlete Create Breakthrough Performance and Lean Into His Strength with John Coyle

Welcome to the What's Next! podcast with Tiffani Bova. This week I have the distinct honor and pleasure of speaking with Olympic silver medalist John Coyle. Known as “TheTimeGuy,” John is a thought leader in the field ofchronoception—the study of how humans process time— and one of the world's leading expertsin Design Thinking. A graduate of Stanford University’s Product Design Program and a Kellogg MBA, John is an NBC sports analyst, two-time TEDx presenter and sought-after keynote speaker. His presentations combine the data and analytics of a professor with the inspired storytelling of an Olympic athlete. He is also a best-selling author of two books,DesignForStrengths: Applying Design Thinking to Individual and Team StrengthsandTheArt of Really Living Manifesto.As a speaker and an author, his talent is in weaving facts, examples, and intellectual principles into engaging stories that leave you with actionable ideas. I am absolutely thrilled to be speaking with John Coyle on ...

35 MINAUG 15
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How Design Thinking Helped an Olympic Athlete Create Breakthrough Performance and Lean Into His Strength with John Coyle

Driven by Purpose and Delivering Excellence with Horst Schulze

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the wonderful pleasure of speaking with Horst Schulze. Horst is a legend and leader in the hotel world and his teachings and vision have reshaped the concepts of service and hospitality across industries. His professional life began over 65 years ago as a server's assistant in a German resort town.He’sworked for both Hilton Hotels and the Hyatt Hotels Corporation before becoming one of the founding members of The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company in 1983. During his tenure at The Ritz Carlton, he served as President and COO and under his leadership The Ritz Carlton Hotel Company was awarded the prestigious Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award-twice-making it the first and only hotel company to ever win even one! In 1991, Horstwas recognizedas "corporate hotelier of the world" by HOTELS Magazine, and in 1995, he was awarded the Ishikawa Medal for his personal contributions to the quality movement.After leaving The Rit...

33 MINAUG 1
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Driven by Purpose and Delivering Excellence with Horst Schulze

Doing Good, Embracing Discomfort, and the Final Marketing Frontier with Cindy Gallop

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with Cindy Gallop. Cindy has over 30 years of experience inbrand-building, marketing, and advertising. Cindy took a risk when she entered advertising and shehasn’tstopped taking them since. In1998shemoved from the UK to New York and began building one of the fastest-growing agencies in Europe’s US branch, the New York office of Bartle BogleHegarty(BBH). Four years later BBH US was named Ad Week’s Eastern Agency of the Year, and in 2003 Cindy was named Advertising Woman of the Year. In 2005 she resigned as Chairman of BBH to pursue other projects.She continues to work in advertising and marketing, but is also tending to other fascinating projects of her own as well.At TED2009she launchedMakeLoveNotPorn, she is the founder and CEO ofIfWeRanTheWorld, a co-action software which enables brands to implement the business model of the future: Shared Values + Shared Action = Shared Prof...

34 MINJUL 18
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Doing Good, Embracing Discomfort, and the Final Marketing Frontier with Cindy Gallop

Growth is a Decision with Daniel Marcos

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. My guest this week isDaniel Marcos. Daniel is a Co-Founder and the CEO of Gazelles Growth Institute,anonline executive education company for C-level executives at fast-growing firms. Daniel is also the Co-Founder of Inflection (Gazelles Mexico division),a keynote speaker and CEO-Coach. Across all these efforts, his goal is to help 1 million entrepreneurs scale their companies faster and with “less drama.” Daniel is also an ambassador for Singularity University inAustin, TX and he co-authored the bookStart-Up to Scale-Up. I am thrilled to be speaking with Daniel Marcos on theWhat’sNext! Podcast! THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…entrepreneursinterested in starting a companyand small and mid-size businesses looking to grow and scalesuccessfully. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…Growth is not easy. It does not come without sacrifice. So, most important when it comes to growth, is reaching the decision to grow, and reaching it after careful consi...

34 MINJUL 4
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Growth is a Decision with Daniel Marcos

Fact Versus Fear and Becoming a True Student of Success with Bill Wooditch

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I am thrilled to be speaking with BillWooditchon the show. Bill is the founder and CEO ofWooditchEnterprises. He works withFortune 500 companies like AIG, Old Republic, Zurich, and Bank of America to improve their sales and leadership.He appeared regularly on Steve Harvey’s “Act like a Success” show andhas alsoappeared on CNBC, Fox, and CBS. He has written for Inc., New York Daily News, and the American Management Association. I amabsolutely thrilledto be speaking with BillWooditchon theWhat’s Next! Podcast! THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…anyone who wants to succeed and learn how to usetheirindispensable failures to get there faster! TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…..It’sthe serious student of success that treats failure as the indispensable teacher. Unlessyou’reable to first move through the pains of rejection and the fear of the attempt, you will not be able to move forward to create the lifestyle you dream of. The key here...

32 MINJUN 20
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Fact Versus Fear and Becoming a True Student of Success with Bill Wooditch

Innovation and Continuous Connection with Christian Terwiesch

Welcome to the What's Next!podcastwith Tiffani Bova. This week I have the absolute pleasure of speaking with Professor ChristianTerwieschon the show. Christian isa Professor in Wharton’s Operations and Information Management department, co-director ofPenn’sMack Institute for Innovation Management, and also holds a faculty appointment In Penn’s Perelman School of Medicine. He is the co-author ofMatching Supply with Demand, a widely used textbook in Operations Management. He launched the first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) in business on Coursera based on the book and since itsinception,more than half a million students have enrolled.His first management book,Innovation Tournaments, details a new process-based approach to innovationand has inspired innovation tournaments around the world.His latest book,Connected Strategies, combines his expertise in the fields of operations, innovation, and strategy to help companies take advantage of digital technology leading to new business models. In addition to his teaching and his research, ProfessorTerwieschis the host of “Work of Tomorrow”, a national radio show on Sirius XM 132. I amabsolutely thrilledto be speaking with ChristianTerwieschon theWhat’s Next! Podcasttoday! THIS EPISODE IS PERFECT FOR…anyone wanting to become more innovative or bring a culture of innovation to your organization, as well as those wanting to get a pulse on new business models shaping how organizations interact with customers today. TODAY’S MAIN MESSAGE…We have to find different ways of delighting our customers.How do we do that? Well, we do it through innovation and continuous connection.ProfessorTerwieschmaintains that innovation is a cultural process thatcan be managed. That is the power of the Innovation Tournament, it leaves room for that magic spark to fly, but gives it direction and structure.Beyond Innovation Tournaments,it’sabout becoming continuously connected. This connection enables new ways of delighting the customerand alsoallows organizations to provide more value to the customer, potentially at a lower cost. The purpose of a connected strategy and a continuous relationship is not to get data, but to do a better job for the customer. WHAT I LOVE MOST…It’sthe perfect timing! I love thatChristian has identifiedthesenew business models that are fundamentally changing the way organizations are interacting with their customers. Running time: 30:31 Subscribe on iTunes Find Tiffani on social: Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Find Christian on social: Twitter LinkedIn The Connected Strategy Website: Connected-Strategy Christian’s Book: Connected Strategy Book Work of Tomorrow Podcast Podcast

30 MINJUN 6
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Innovation and Continuous Connection with Christian Terwiesch