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Tech-Powered AgricultureIn Episode 12 of InterVision’s Status Go podcast, guest Brad Fruth, Information Systems Manager at Beck’s Hybrids, points out that there is no longer a delineation between digital agriculture and agriculture.  Agricultural organizations, large and small, are technologically advanced, data-driven, digital forward companies; in fact, they must be in order to remain competitive in the industry.  Brad talks about the growth of Beck’s Hybrids and the prominent role technology has played in that development, as well as their long-standing, value-driven customer focus and how they plan to maintain their competitive edge through continuous innovation.

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: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

 

Connecting the Tech Industry and AcademiaIn Episode 10 of InterVision’s Status Go podcast, Lou Lenzi returns to discuss Indiana University‘s School of Informatics and Computing and the department of Human Centered computing, where, as Lou states, “It’s really about humanizing data.” As technology advances, the nature of business changes and entire industries transform, it is absolutely necessary for academia to evolve as well.  The pragmatic, hands-on nature of IU’s Interface Design and Business Innovation course provides invaluable experience to the students, additionally, industry sponsors gain valuable insights, if not applicable solutions, for creating better user experiences and new business models.

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: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

 

Design Thinking in ITIn Episode 9 of InterVision’s Status Go podcast, we welcome Lou Lenzi. Trained as an industrial designer, Lou has led teams with the main mission of connecting design driven innovation to overall business strategies. Lou continues this mission as a Professor of Practice at IUPUI’s School of Informatics and Computing in the Department of Human-Centered Computing.

In the age of transformation, when innovation is an urgent necessity versus a luxury, superior design must be well executed. In this episode we discuss the evolution of design thinking over the last 36 years, the root of fundamentally good design, and the type of true collaboration among teams and even adjacent industries necessary to carry out a needle-moving product or solution.

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: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

 

2019 Technology PredictionIn Episode 8 of InterVision’s Status Go podcast, we discuss the 2019 technology predictions of two different experts – both contributors to InterVision’s Technology Predictions eBook. Michael Bushong, VP of Enterprise Marketing at Juniper Networks, discusses the repatriation of cloud workloads, offshore oil rigs as a model for modern IT and the diminishing importance of specialized industry certifications. Paul Clement, Director of Automation Services at InterVision, examines how technical debt is inhibiting digital transformation and automating security within the public cloud.

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: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

 

Securing and Automating Business PracticesIn Episode 5 of InterVision’s Status Go podcast, Haley Altman, licensed attorney and founder of Doxly, talks about automating and securing business processes and practices.  The same technology allowing us to move through critical business transactions with greater speed and agility also creates opportunity for security breaches and gross errors in communication, both carrying massive monetary and reputational impact. In this episode, we highlight alternative, secure and more efficient approaches to business process and how to achieve greater employee adoption of these new technologies and methods.  Additionally, this episode covers how IT Leaders can ensure more safe and secure legal practices within their companies and the questions everyone should be asking when hiring an attorney or a law firm.

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: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

 

IT Transformation in the Public SectorIn Episode 3 of InterVision’s Status Go podcast, we discuss the challenge of thriving in a hyper-digital era. Aleta Jeffress, Chief Information and Privacy Officer for the City of Aurora, talks about how she handles the need for change, challenging the status quo and carrying out her IT vision among the unique challenges of the public sector.  Having led IT teams at the federal, state and local levels, Aleta talks about her experiences with change management, connecting with constituents, supporting public safety and challenges with cloud migration.

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: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/

 

Driving Your Digital Strategy

In Episode 2 of InterVision’s Status Go podcast, Isaac Sacolick – founder and president of StarCIO – and I discuss digital strategy. We’ve all heard the phrase  “Every company is a tech company,” many times.  To the extent that every company must be leveraging technology for relevancy and competitive advantage, this is true.  From an efficiency and impact standpoint any innovative approach must align directly with the overall organizational goals.

Whether you are looking for the right approach to AI implementation, considering agile mentality as an angle for better business and IT alignment, utilizing data for optimal business impact, or working on product management process and strategy, this episode has something for you.

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: https://www.intervision.com/statusgo-podcasts/