Introducing Modern Workplace – an online, magazine-style webcast series for business leaders where we delve into the passions, the innovations, and insights that drive today’s most successful entrepreneurs. The series, which debuts on October 7th, takes a deep dive into what it means to do business in the ever-changing technological culture we’re all living in.
The series kicks off with Dean Kamen, and a conversation on how he is turning new ideas into big business. Kamen, one of the world’s most prolific inventors and holder of 440 patents (his most popular invention is the Segway), will also share the source of his inspiration, why he disregards road maps and how he is driven to do things differently. You’ll want to register for this installment to find out what he says your business must do now to ensure future success.
Each subsequent episode, occurring monthly, will feature industry experts and business thought-leaders diving into timely business issues and providing actionable advice for today’s evolving workplace, while taking questions from the live online audience. Discover what’s driving today’s most successful entrepreneurs and learn about the top cover stories concerning newsmakers at the intersection of business and technology. Through a series of short films, hear directly from successful innovators on how they think, what drives them and how they are creating the future of business – today. Additionally, each show will take a look at some of today’s smartest tech innovations for business.
Register today to stay in the loop about interviews with business innovators who tell their story, provide actionable advice, and answer questions from our live, online audience. Find out what is inspiring industry leaders, and learn about some of the smartest tech innovations for business today.
Modern Workplace is produced by two award-winning filmmakers. Executive Producer Mark Stendal is a Peabody Award winner for documentaries, and a multiple Emmy Award winner. Director Mark Dwyer is an Emmy Award winning director, with national credits including Discovery, TLC, and National Geographic.
For more information on the first Modern Workplace episode, premiering October 7 at 8:00 A.M. Pacific time or 5:00 P.M. Pacific time, click here. You can also follow along with the discussion on Twitter by tracking the #modernworkplace hashtag.
Modern Workplace is sponsored by Microsoft.