Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the challenges and potentially negative implications as the "Internet of Things" increasingly becomes part of our world.
How will college students receive their instruction in the future? Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the growth in Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) in undergraduate education which will disrupt legacy college models.
Non-carbon energy may be closer than you think. Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the innovations that could make renewable, non-carbon energy available and affordable sooner than later.
Will physical currency become obsolete? Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the challenges crypto-currencies will have getting established as alternatives to government-backed currency.
What are you doing to insure your business's sustainability? Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame with best practices on how small business CEOs use visioning to develop a strategy that produces long-term sustainability of the company.
Use the AHA method of leading change. Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how to use the AHA method of experimentation to lead change, including awareness, humility and action.
Do you spend more time telling or asking? Jack UIdrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that one of the keys to success as a small business CEO is to demonstrate curiosity and ask more questions than you provide answers.
What is the future of education? Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal that self-education opportunities will transform how we acquire knowledge and perhaps disrupt the education credential paradigm.
Where will your electricity come from in 10 years? Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to reveal new innovations in solar and battery technology that will disrupt the current electricity creation, distribution and storage paradigm.
The frightening part of progress. Jack Uldrich joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why the velocity of change has created a lot of anxiety in the world and how to be the beneficiary of change and not the victim of disruption.