678 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 677

Innovation Ecosystems as a Source of Growth with Teddy Bekele and Ryan Snyder

July 04, 2022
Teddy Bekele is the SVP & Chief Technology Officer of Land O'Lakes, a $16 billion revenue, farmer-owned cooperative. Teddy owns the traditional IT domain while also running an R&D function exploring avenues for innovation in the agriculture supply chain. Finally, he's also an advocate for the ...

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CIO Plus

Most CIOs wear many hats. The good news is, those hats are getting more strategic. Companies around the US and beyond of expanding the CIO’s responsibilities based on the translation of good work done in IT into other divisions and departments in the company. I refer to this phenomenon as the CIO-plus role, and there are many reasons to believe that it is here to stay. CIOs are now also Chief Innovation Officers, Heads of HR, Chief Supply Chain Officers, and Heads of Shared Services to name just a few. The following interviews feature leaders who have assumed these additional responsibilities:
Greg Meyers Chief Information and Digital Officer of Syngenta Group
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Syngenta Group CIO & CDO Greg Meyers

460: Syngenta Group chief information and digital officer Greg Meyers asserts that we are now heading into the third wave of technology change, which he believes can help reverse some of the ...
June 08, 2020
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