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Best 3Pillar Global podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
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Updated July 2020
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We feature interviews with best-selling authors and innovation experts from around the world. We focus on corporate innovation through the lenses of leadership, company culture, and emerging trends and technologies. Recorded & produced by 3Pillar Global, a product lifecycle management and software development company based in Fairfax, VA, with offices around the world.
 
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Today you’re going to learn a practical approach to inventing the future. That may not seem like a particularly practical thing to do, but once you learn the models, all you have to do is take action and trust the process. Joining us is Alexander Osterwalder, inventor of the Business Model Canvas and co-founder of strategyzer.com. Alexander recentl…
 
You’ve done a lot of work to get yourself and your business to where you are today. You’ve learned new skills, implemented new systems, and started working with new people — but that’s not necessarily going to get you over the next hurdle. Joining us to talk about what WILL get your organization over its next hurdle is Andrea Goulet, who is Co-Foun…
 
Join us for a fun and enlightening conversation with Lisa Schneider, Chief Digital Officer of Merriam-Webster. You’ll learn about how Lisa lead a true digital transformation at a company best known for their physical dictionary, the value of leveraging mission and transparency, and how letting the world see who you truly are can be a catalyst for t…
 
Startups, by their very nature, experience a lot of growth and evolution over a relatively short period of time — and if they don’t, they fail. But simultaneously planning for growth and change, both internally and externally, is a difficult task for even the most experienced product managers. Luckily, our guest today is not just an experienced pro…
 
This show focuses on how you can steer a team or organization through growth and change, and one common form of growth — explosive growth, in some cases — is when two companies merge or one company acquires another. In these instances, you have to combine not just different platforms or technologies but different groups of people who have different…
 
Today we discuss the transformative potential of design systems and how they can help accomplish alignment and the integration of different silos — key ingredients to any successful transformations or turnarounds. Joining us is Art Rivera, a former member of the 3Pillar UX team and current Director of Product Design for Mobile Posse. In addition to…
 
On this special edition of the Innovation Engine Podcast, David DeWolf, Founder and CEO of 3Pillar Global, and Jessica Hall, 3Pillar's Vice President of Product Strategy and Design, discuss their new book, The Product Mindset: Succeed in the Digital Economy by Changing the Way Your Organization Thinks. During our discussion, we'll unpack the key ch…
 
We discuss whether to view innovation as a top-down or bottom-up function, why innovation measurement is a mirage, and why places like Google X believe that rewarding failure is a way to fuel future successes. Joining us to talk about all of that and more is Taylor Ryan, the CMO of Valuer.ai, which helps corporations, accelerators, and investors fi…
 
On this episode, we’ll be talking about the growing importance of the role of the Chief Product Officer at driving innovation in many companies. Among the topics we’ll discuss are the most important functions the CPO should perform, what kinds of companies are best suited to hire CPOs, and how you’ll know if your company is ready for one. Joining u…
 
In this episode, we'll be looking at Loonshots and how to nurture the crazy ideas that win wars, cure diseases, and most importantly here on The Innovation Engine, transform industries. Among the topics we'll discuss are why structure eats culture for breakfast, how and why phase transitions make the perfect environment for innovation to flourish, …
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we discuss how to become an insights-driven business and how what we at 3Pillar call the Product Mindset can set you on the path to becoming one. Among the topics that we'll discuss are what it means to be insights-driven, the advantages that are inherent in focusing your efforts on driving business outcome…
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we'll be looking at unlocking the customer value chain. Among the topics we'll discuss are why companies need to be thinking more about business model innovation than technology innovation, why they should focus far less on the competition and far more on their customers, and what we really mean when we tal…
 
In this episode, we'll be looking at what the future of digital healthcare holds. We'll cover the role AI and chatbots will have in the future (and are already having, in some cases), some of the inherent challenges in innovating in the healthcare space, and how one leader at a Fortune 100 company in the healthcare space views the intersection of d…
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we take a look back at the year’s biggest consumer technology show, CES, which just wrapped in Las Vegas. Among the topics we cover are whether AI lived up to the massive hype at this year’s show; why Allstate’s CEO’s says “mobility is the new transportation” and data is Allstate's key differentiator; and w…
 
For this very special episode of The Innovation Engine, we talk about a new way of measuring podcast analytics that was recently unveiled by NPR called Remote Audio Data, or RAD for short. Among the topics we cover are why RAD was created, what the process was like for bringing it to life, and what comes next now that NPR is opening RAD up to the o…
 
On this episode, we'll be looking at choosing the right tech stack to fuel innovation in your company. We'll talk about why the technologies your teams use matter, what the most successful product teams do to ensure the work they're doing has an impact, and how to avoid shiny-new-toy syndrome when it comes to adding new tools to your tech stack. Jo…
 
For this episode, we're talking about innovation and the evolution of the Common Application, a nonprofit membership organization composed of more than 800 colleges and universities around the country and around the world with a common mission of promoting access, equity, and integrity in the college admission process. Among the topics we discuss a…
 
On this episode, we'll be looking at “cost-ovation,” or innovation that gives your customers exactly what they want – and nothing more. We'll look at how companies like Planet Fitness have become wildly successful by challenging long-held assumptions about what their customers actually want and need, the three core traits shared by companies that e…
 
On this episode, we'll look at how to decipher the secret code giving companies like Apple, Google, and Uber their edge. We'll also talk about what it means to go through a digital transformation, how you'll know when you've successfully come out on the other side, and why you don't have to work at one of the world's most well-known tech companies …
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we'll be looking at how to go from idea to inception. We discuss how to evaluate which ideas to actually act on, whether there is such a thing as bad feedback, and whether voice technology is an antidote to screen-based thinking that may help save us from ourselves. Joining us again to talk about those topi…
 
On this week's episode, we look at designing the future and the future of work. Among the topics we'll cover are how we are all capable of designing a better future, how to drive innovation in a global software giant, and what emerging technologies (and human behaviors) our guest believes are set to have a major impact on the way work happens. Join…
 
On this episode, David DeWolf and Jonathan Rivers join us to share an overview of all of the news that was fit to print at this year's Fortune BrainstormTech Conference. We discuss what the prevailing wisdom was in Aspen when it comes to artificial intelligence, how the gig economy is driving a wave of acquisitions and the two-way street of innovat…
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we'll be looking at the connection between story and innovation, why story can be a powerful tool to get teams in the right state for creating the new and novel, how you can learn to tell stories (whether you think you're good at it or not), and how to make sure your stories actually get heard in a world th…
 
We just concluded the second and last - for now - stop of The Innovation Engine’s Spring 2018 tour, from the floor of Collision in New Orleans. Collision is North America’s fastest growing tech conference, bringing together over 3,000 companies from over 120 countries to see how tech intersects in their lives and businesses. [1:20] Anaid Chacon is …
 
For the second part of this double feature of The Innovation Engine, we have six more insightful conversations from Dig South 2018, a conference bringing together more than 2,500 people who are building digital products that will change the way people live, work, and play. As we mentioned in the last episode, The Innovation Engine’s Spring 2018 tou…
 
On this special two-part episode of The Innovation Engine, we’re coming to you with conversations from the floor of DigSouth 2018. DigSouth is the largest annual tech conference in the South, bringing together more than 2,500 people who are building digital products and experiences that are changing the way people live, work, and play. DigSouth too…
 
On this special episode of the podcast, we're honored to be talking to the brains behind one of the winners of this year's 1776 Challenge Cup. 1776 is a startup incubator headquartered in D.C. with offshoots around the country, and they recently held their annual startup competition, The Challenge Cup, at Anthem, the freshly opened music venue on t…
 
On this week's Innovation Engine, we're pleased to welcome Alex Tapscott back to talk about unlocking the blockchain. Among the topics we'll discuss are how far blockchain technology has come in just a few short years, what your company may be able to learn about organizing teams from a company called Consensus, and why blockchain may represent the…
 
Today on The Innovation Engine, we look at how you and your teams can start Running Lean with the man who wrote the book of the same title. Among the topics we discuss are why practice trumps theory, why your actual product is not really your product, how long it should take to figure out whether you have product-market fit, and why constraints can…
 
In today’s Innovation Engine, we’re looking at how we can set our product teams up for success in 2018. We discuss the top three things your product team needs to do in 2018, why you and your teams should start viewing the world with a product mindset, and what constitutes a modern day product team. Joining us to talk about those topics and more ar…
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we'll be looking at the evolution of media. We discuss how media companies, or any company really, can make the leap to becoming a digital-first organization, why now is actually a good time to be in the media business (despite everything you may read and hear to the contrary), and what media consumption wi…
 
Today we'll be talking about why becoming an anticipatory organization just may be the key to long-term business success. We'll look at why companies like Sony, Dell, BlackBerry, and Blockbuster (all of which were led by talented executives that knew how to be agile and execute strategy) fell behind the competition; how to anticipate and pre-solve …
 
On this episode, we talk about how to start flexing what is likely an underused muscle, if you're like 98 percent of the population over the age of 31: the creative muscle. Among the topics we'll discuss are why creativity gets to be so difficult with age, five activities you can undertake regularly to make sure your creative capacity doesn't wane,…
 
Today we examine the dearth of female leaders in technology, and how we can mentor and encourage more female computer scientists. Among the topics we discuss is a new curriculum at Northeastern University, and how that curriculum is evening the demographic playing field. Our guest is Carla Brodley, Dean of the College of Computer and Information Sc…
 
Today we’re talking about the (underutilized) power of listening. Our guest, Bob London, shares why listening is such a powerful tool in a world that won't stop talking, key questions you should ask when you get the opportunity to talk to customers, and why you should (metaphorically, at least) burn the white board. Bob is a pioneer in the marketin…
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we'll be looking at why innovation and healthcare do indeed belong in the same sentence, which technology trends are driving innovation for the industry as a whole, and how startups in the healthcare space can (and should) position themselves for success when approaching venture capitalists for funding or p…
 
On this special episode of The Innovation Engine, the 3Pillar team interviews many of the speakers and attendees at Industry Summit 2017, a product- focused conference that features talks from a wide range of product leaders and tech visionaries. We chat with… [00:50] Nancy Kramer, Founder & Chairman of Resource/Ammirati [07:20] Jim Foxworthy, Pres…
 
On this special episode of The Innovation Engine, the 3Pillar team interviews many of the speakers from the recently-completed Industry Summit, a product-focused conference that featured talks from a wide range of product leaders and tech visionaries. Industry Summit is one of the biggest multi-day product management summits in the country each yea…
 
Jennifer Ives and Julia Slattery join us on this episode of the podcast to discuss the upcoming Industry Summit conference taking place in Cleveland this week. Industry Summit is a product-specific conference that will take place on September 14th and 15th and will see talks from product leaders like Bob Moesta, creator of the Jobs to Be Done frame…
 
Today we’re looking at how to build a powerful Customer Experience, and why it is imperative for any company that hopes to find long-term success. We cover why short-term profit seeking can negatively impact customer experience, the DO MORE framework for building positive customer experiences, and how the on-demand economy is changing customer expe…
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we'll be looking at blockchain in the advertising space, why there is currently a staggering amount of waste in the ad tech supply chain, how a new consortium called AdLedger and a company called MadHive are working to combat that waste, and why we may be entering the golden age of personalized advertising.…
 
Jonathan Rivers joins us on this episode of The Innovation Engine to explain why innovation labs usually fail. We'll look at why innovation labs often have the opposite effect from what's intended, why Jonathan shut down 3Pillar's Advanced Technology Group (or 3Pillar Labs) within a few months of being hired, the vast difference between tweaking an…
 
John Sonmez joins us on this episode of The Innovation Engine to discuss whether coding is a skill everyone should learn, how to lead a team of developers when you find yourself in a leadership position, and what the programming language (or languages) of the future will be. John is the Founder of Simple Programmer, a website where he tirelessly pu…
 
For a very special episode of The Innovation Engine, we're bringing you a number of interviews from the floor from last week's TechCrunch Disrupt New York. TechCrunch Disrupt is a bi-annual event that features panel discussions with some of the leading minds in the technology space and serves as a launching pad for the next great batch of tech comp…
 
On this episode of The Innovation Engine, we bring the podcast inside the Refraction headquarters to talk again with Rachael Stott on how place and space interact with and influence employees. Rachael joined us for a previous episode of the podcast, where we talked about her co-working space, Refraction, and how the physical environment of a workpl…
 
Scott Bales joins us on this episode of The Innovation Engine to dive into the concept of "innovation wars." Among the topics we'll discuss are what corporate strategy lessons can be borrowed from the battlefield and applied in the boardroom, why trust is an essential element within any innovation team, and why anyone in the product space should ge…
 
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