606 Technovation Podcasts

Technovation is a twice-weekly podcast series featuring conversations with top executives (CIOs, CDOs, CTOs) and thought leaders at the intersection of business, technology, and innovation. Each episode explores the technology trends that are transforming business, and the leaders driving digital change inside their organizations. Hosted by Metis Strategy president Peter High, Technovation is the premier podcast for IT and technology.

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Episode 605

Whirlpool CIO Danielle Brown on Technology’s Role in the Company’s Strategic Imperatives

October 25, 2021
Danielle Brown is the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Whirlpool, a role she took on roughly a year ago. In her role, she breathes life into all the major strategic imperatives of the company while modernizing the way in which the IT team works. She is also a board-level ...

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Danielle Brown SVP & Chief Information Officer of Whirlpool
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Board Level CIO | 605

Whirlpool CIO Danielle Brown on Technology’s Role in the Company’s Strategic Imperatives

605: In this interview, Danielle Brown, SVP and CIO of Whirlpool, focuses on the digital consumer journey and how technology plays a role in the strategic imperatives of the company. Danielle ...
October 25, 2021
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Shailesh Prakash & Chintan Mehta CIO & Chief Product Officer of Washington Post; EVP, Group CIO & Head of Digital, Technology, and Innovation at Wells Fargo
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How Strategy Drives Innovation at Wells Fargo and The Washington Post

552: Shailesh Prakash, the CIO and Chief Product Officer of the Washington Post, and Chintan Mehta, the CIO and Head of Digital, Technology, and Innovation for Wells Fargo, discuss strategy and ...
April 22, 2021
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