Chuck Swoboda Tells Us the Difference Between Invention and Innovation on Hack the Process Podcast

After 17 years as a tech CEO fighting the naysayers to lead a revolution in LED lighting, Chuck Swoboda, author of The Innovator’s Spirit, has a lot to say about what innovation means. It’s not just a matter of creating something new. That new thing also has to provide value that a customer will recognize… Continue reading Chuck Swoboda Tells Us the Difference Between Invention and Innovation on Hack the Process Podcast

Oscar Trimboli Teaches How to Listen Deeply on Hack the Process Podcast

You can listen much faster than you can speak, and you think even faster than that. But according to Oscar Trimboli, author of Deep Listening, the point isn’t just how many words you can comprehend in a minute. On this episode of Hack the Process, Oscar discusses what we need to be paying attention to… Continue reading Oscar Trimboli Teaches How to Listen Deeply on Hack the Process Podcast

Dr. Wayne Baker Encourages You to Ask for Help On Hack the Process Podcast

You know that one unobtainable thing you need? You might be able to get it just by asking, according to Dr. Wayne Baker. His new book, All You Have to Do is Ask, can tell you why it works and show you how to do it, based on years of research and work in the… Continue reading Dr. Wayne Baker Encourages You to Ask for Help On Hack the Process Podcast

Christina Wodtke Can Help Your Team Manage Itself on Hack the Process Podcast

Objectives come in all shapes and sizes, and understanding how to measure our movement toward them can be the key to making them add value to our lives. Christina Wodtke has been using objectives and key results (OKRs) to maintain an incredible level of productivity as her interests have led her from corporate Design to… Continue reading Christina Wodtke Can Help Your Team Manage Itself on Hack the Process Podcast

Bill Schaninger Takes Companies Beyond Performance on Hack the Process Podcast

Companies and careers can both follow very different paths depending on the factors that motivate them. But according to Bill Schaninger, co-author of Beyond Performance 2.0, if all we track are short-term performance wins, we’re not setting ourselves up for sustainable health, and he has decades of research to back that up. In this episode… Continue reading Bill Schaninger Takes Companies Beyond Performance on Hack the Process Podcast