Co-Founder & CEO, Convoy
The trucking industry, worth $800 billion in the US alone, is a vital cog in the economic machine, but has been plagued by fragmentation and slow adoption of new technologies. Dan Lewis, CEO of Convoy, a digital freight network connecting shippers with trucking companies, talks abou the digital transformation happening in the truckin improving the experience for truckers and shippers, and addressing challenges such as reducing carbon emissions, enhancing truck drivers' quality of life, and boosting the efficiency and productivity of the economy.
CEO, Marriott International
Anthony Capuano discusses why he's so optimistic about the long-term future of travel and hospitality and shares how macro trends and innovations in customer loyalty, technology, and sustainability initiatives will reshape both the guest and employee experience in the coming years.
Chief Operating Officer at LinkedIn
A discussion about the forces reshaping the global workforce and the workplace -- and how both employees and employers are responding as we move into the future of work.
Amanda Hesser, Co-CEO of Food52, joins the podcast to talk about the company’s natural progression -- not perceived expansion! -- from food into all aspects of the home, and how she and her team have built a brand that’s genuine, soulful, and “for people who see food at the center of a well-lived life.”
Chairman and CEO, IBM
How IBM has evolved its business away from computer hardware, shifting focus on consulting and developing and deploying next-generation technologies like hybrid cloud, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing.
Tekedra Mawakana, Waymo’s co-CEO, discusses the mission to solve “the greatest engineering challenge of our generation” and how autonomous driving technology is giving people freedom of movement while making the roads safer for all.