2018 Podcast Tools and Resources
#47: Karl Strand – The Guardian of Standards
Cape Not Required by Cory Shepherd
#46: Drew Knowles – Embrace Your Naïveté
#45: Johnny Washington – I Took Too Many Risks
Special Episode: Faculty Dinner with the CEO
John Patterson – Co-Founder and CEO, Ventura, California
Drew Knowles – Vice President, Auckland, New Zealand
Marne Power – Program Leader, Charlottesville, Virginia
Dr. Gary Ward – Program Leader, Perth, Western Australia
James Walls – Program Leader, Republic of Singapore
Suzanne Pool – Associate Client Manager, London, United Kingdom
Case Study: Influence Ecology Faculty Dinner with the CEO
“I would like to see Transactionalism become a predominant conversation in the mid part of the 21st century, the prevailing discourse for what it is to be human.”
John: Thank you for being here for the “Dinner with the CEO.” At the table, we have Suzanne Pool from London in the United Kingdom, we have Marne Power from Charlottesville, Virginia in the United States, we have Dr. Gary Ward from Perth, Western Australia, we have Drew Knowles from Auckland, New Zealand and we have James Walls from Singapore all seated together. We also have the unique opportunity to represent the world at the table. I hope you find that as moving as I do, given that eight years ago we said, “Hey, we should start this little thing called Influence Ecology.” With that, thank you for accepting my invitation to dinner, I appreciate it greatly.
Case Study: The Conceit of Independence
Now, eager to discover more of her own flaws, warts, and vulnerabilities, she’s currently collaborating to expand her newly branded consultancy, Meddlers. As “Chief Meddler,” Tara blends her two decades of experience working in the Fortune 50 and her training as a psychologist to meddle where most are afraid to go. Here’s the interview.
Case Study: The Elements of Value
The firm had mastered practical utility, but they haven’t yet positioned themselves as a scarce resource. They then did the hard work to deeply understand their clients’ breakdowns, which go well beyond the design of a building. And, developed specialized tools and processes that help communities overcome the complex hurdles that threaten the success of building and operating a community recreation center.