579 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 578

M&F Bank CEO James Sills on Employee Engagement and Digital Customer Experiences

July 22, 2021
James Sills is the President and Chief Executive Officer of M&F Bank and M&F Bancorp, roles he's held since 2014. Prior to his current role, Jim was a Cabinet Secretary and Chief Information Officer for the state of Delaware Department of Technology and Information. Jim was responsible for ...

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How top CIOs are gaining seats on corporate boards
There are a variety of reasons why CIOs have historically struggled to join corporate boards, but there are now many reasons why CIOs are likely to gain greater traction. Many leading CIOs are blazing a new path that others are sure to follow. Organizations will increasingly think about including the strongest CIOs on their boards to ensure that they do not have any blind spots in their plans both from an innovation and from a risk mitigation perspective.
Shailesh Prakash CIO and Chief Product Officer at The Washington Post
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Washington Post CIO and Chief Product Officer Shailesh Prakash

391: Washington Post Chief Product and Information Officer Shailesh Prakash describes the genesis story of Arc Publishing. Arc was initially built by the company to meet its own needs, but after ...
April 29, 2019
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