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This week’s episode is all about mindset. We conclude our conversation with Chief Digital Officer, Bob Howland, as he shares the strategies he uses to get people to embrace change: the three pillars of radical resiliency, courage, and collaboration. Listen today and let us know what inspired you!Listen here: People Changing Enterprises Podcast - Episode 3: Mindset (Radical resiliency: Cultivate the mindset for change)
In this week’s episode, we continue our conversation with Chief Digital Officer, Bob Howland, as he shares the top 5 enterprise transformation lessons he’s learned throughout his journey including, 1. How to buy technology 2. Where to spend the majority of your time 3. The #1 thing to do in your first 30 days 4. How to show, not tell, what needs to change and 5. How to ensure long-term success.People Changing Enterprises - Episode 2: 5 enterprise transformation lessons for CDOs
This week we launched our new podcast, People Changing Enterprises, which will talk to status-quo busters inside enterprises about how they make their mark, through the lenses of technology, business, and mindset.Our first episode features Dawn Foods’ Bob Howland. You may remember him from ContentCon (5 Lessons From Shifting a B2B Enterprise - Dawn Foods) - but in case not: He took Dawn Foods from zero eCommerce capabilities to a fully modern self-service enterprise in less than 22 weeks. And it’s not his first rodeo.Bob shares his lessons from transforming more than 25 businesses. This 20-minute episode covers all things related to “difficult conversations”: how to approach tough conversations with executives; why you should “be the bringer of bad news” - and how to do it; and how Bob has learned to get board members to back his requests - before he even formally asks.We’ll be back with a new episode next week.People Changing Enterprises - Episode 1: How to have hard conversations wit
New site, developed alongside Infront X and Contentstack, is focused on delivering seamless, modern experience for racing fans LEXINGTON, Ky.― Breeders’ Cup has launched a new and improved website at BreedersCup.com, furthering the organization’s position as an industry leader in digital technology. With a full visual redesign, new horse contender avatars, multicast livestream player, seamless ticketing experience, intuitive site architecture, enhanced content serving capabilities, and a streamlined mobile experience, the new site demonstrates Breeders’ Cup’s deep commitment to the fan experience. Read more...
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