WorkMinusHost Neil Miller and I go deep on why IT departments can no longer be known as the department of “No”.  Technology is now at the center of most businesses. In face, very few industries can survive without technology. IT leaders must be seeking ways to drive the business forward, create new revenue streams, interact with the customer…and the customer’s customer. IT is core to the future of work! Listen to the episode here!

WorkMinus is an organization founded on the future of work. The focus on six key workplace concepts for the future: Leadership, Productivity, Diversity & Inclusion, Workspaces, Technology and Culture.

Humans Now and ThenHost Rebecca Scott and I get real about the changing face of IT. What skills does the IT leader of today and tomorrow need to be successful and drive their businesses forward? The answer may surprise you…it has little to do with technology. Our businesses are demanding more of us in this digital age. While our focus was on the future, we also look to the past and talk about the importance of journal writing and a couple of guys named Lewis & Clark. List to our conversation here!

Humans, Now and Then explores how our rapidly changing world impacts our human experience, now and in the future. If you like the show, please share with others to help get them involved in the conversation about the future.

In this episode of Status Go, the tables are turned. Our executive producer, Meaghan Shaffer, interviews me about the changing face of IT. We have a great time discussing the shift I see happening in businesses of all types and what this shift means to the IT leader, soft skills that are becoming hard skills, and, what the IT leader should do in 2020 to prepare for this future.

Status Go is the weekly podcast from InterVision. We provide actionable insights from technology leaders to technology leaders who want to break out of the status quo and lead their businesses into the new future. Listen to more of our episodes here:

A great conversation with host, John Rouda! Together we geeked out on technology leadership, Commodore 64s, rock and roll, Lewis and Clark and a whole lot more!

On A Geek Leader, John Rouda talks to leaders in all types of arenas as a way to inspire and grow IT Leaders where ever he can. He wants to leave the tech community in a better place than he found it. Listen to more episodes of A Geek Leader here:

In March, I was honored to be a guest on the Leaders of Transformation podcast with host Nicole Jansen. In the conversation, I explain how the role of the CIO has evolved and why it’s necessary to build strategic partnerships with your IT vendors. He also describes several examples of traditionally non-tech industries that are being transformed through innovative technology and foresight. Don’t be left behind! Listen in and discover how you can drive differentiation in your industry using strategic planning and technology.

Our world needs more people who will step up and be a Leader of Transformation. Leaders who elevate others, empower them, give them a hand up, and encourage them to be their best. Who replace fear, doubt and judgement with faith, hope and love. Who take the lead and encourage new habits that support the health of our planet, our relationships and our life experience. It starts with leading ourselves first. Listen to more episodes here:


As part of DoubleHorn’s C-Level Chats, I sit down to discuss preventing disasters and the misconceptions behind data security.

Double Horn is an independent, unbiased cloud services brokerage company based in Austin, TX delivering public cloud infrastructure solutions. In their C-Level Chat series the discuss business strategy and thought leadership, guiding through C-suite executive experiences.

In this episode, I joined host, Julie Kratz, to discuss diversity. In this series, Julie paired two leaders in back-to-back interviews. I was paired with Nicole Jansen of Leaders of Transformation and Discover the Edge

Diversity is a dialogue.  Those that are “non-diverse” and “diverse” need to have conversations together to close the gaps facing women in leadership today.  Both Nicole and I speak to the power of diversity beyond race and gender, defined rather in terms of experiences.

The Pivot Point podcast is for leaders looking to develop and retain top leaders through engaging women leaders and male allies in a dialogue to facilitate positive change, with proven techniques, stories, and strategies to promote gender equality. Find more of Julie’s episodes here:


A lunch conversation with Frank Leonard led to a great opportunity to sit down with Frank and Off the Circle host, Douglas Karr. We speak about the evolution of the IT industry, its products and services. Throughout the conversation, we explore the complex relationship IT departments have with the businesses to which they belong. We also talk about the Indy CIO Network, a professional network for CIOs and senior IT leaders in the Indianapolis area.

Off the Circle features Indy-based entrepreneurs and business-people, their experience and expertise. Have some laughs and learn along the way on this episode of Off the Circle. Your hosts are Douglas Karr and Ryan Grimes. We’re sharing motivating stories, newly discovered businesses, exceptional leaders, and other topics associated with the great city of Indianapolis. Find more of their episodes here:


On November 27, 2017, I joined Joe Patrice and Kathryn Rubino to talk about the future of legal technology. We had a great conversation on a wide range of technology topics of interest to law firms: ransomware, data disasters and, yes, even robot lawyers.


Thinking Like a Lawyer, is a funny, irreverent and educational look at a wide variety of topics of interest to lawyers and non-lawyers a like! Find more of there podcasts here: