Enterprise Architect Richard Webb and the panel discuss modern business models and the potential of thinking outside of the traditional box.
The four-member panel discusses the importance and reality of compliance according the laws of customers, markets and regulatory bodies.
Eric shares stories about risk taking in snowboarding and business. The group talks talks about ways to encourage more calculated risk taking.
The panel talks about business resiliency and success as achieved through excellence in risk management, compliance and remediation.
The group shares ideas, tips and tricks for CEOs and entrepreneurs to think about their businesses from the perspectives of assets, how to protect and grow them.
Startup law attorney Joe Wallin leads the group through a conversation about asset valuation including perceptual differences between large and small businesses.
Seattle-based patent attorney Jonathan Olson leads the guests in an exploratory discussion of intellectual property, trade secrets and the like.
Guests, led by finance wiz and serial entrepreneur Dave Niederkrome, introduce methods of thinking about businesses from the frames of assets and liabilities.
Challenges and pitfalls of raising capital in today's business climate get debated. This episode is part four of a four-part series on Financial Resource Management for businesses.
An idealized future is envisioned regarding money, finance, currency and regulation in part three of a four-part series on Financial Resource Management for businesses.
The idea of "David and Goliath" in the context of finance (little people and big players) is explored. Part two in a four-part collection on Financial Resource Management for businesses.
Eric and guests talk about the history and current state of finance in part one of a four-part series about Financial Resource Management for businesses.
Josh Barrow, owner of J-2 LLC, a cyberSecurity firm, shares information and practices that can help businesses prepare for issues.
The group talks about the ideal role of the CIO and how they can help an organization be successful through the use of information technology.
Don Alvarez teaches us about modern techniques and issues in security architecture.
The importance and role of distributed systems in modern computing is discussed by the expert panel.
Dave De Noia leads the group of business professionals in a discussion about modern Business Intelligence and Big Data practices.
The group delves into Conflict at work. They cover ways to avoid, cope and manage through types of conflict as expert and author Rachel Alexandria leads the discussion.
Our panel covers modern techniques to Develop & Manage Human Capital. The group delves into Organization Health, how to think about it and methods of studying and improving it.
The panel of Seattle business leaders and consultants talk about modern techniques to Develop & Manage Human Capital. The group delves into Dealing with Crises at work, led by CEO Joe OKonek.
In this episode of the AppsJack Capable Communities podcast, business technologist Eric Veal speaks with a panel of Seattle business leaders and consultants about modern techniques to Develop & Manage Human Capital. The group delves into Risk-taking at work and how individuals can take risks without risking getting fired.
The ways in which customer service and other operations are measured is covered by the talented panel.
Nuances relating to Managing Customer Service Operations are explored.
The group gets into the nitty-gritty of customer service strategy: how does it come about, how is it best managed, what's possible?
The AppsJack panel talks about delivering products & services and in the process explores issues surrounding:
+ Differences between Delivering Products & Delivering Services
+ General Delivery Rules
+ The Ideal Role for Humans
+ Ethical Considerations Regarding Automation
+ What's Possible with VR and the Built World
+ Employment and the Future of Work