In this episode, David and Justin welcome Al Geiwitz and Glenn Mork from Hope Centers for Children of Africa. The discussion centered around how impact happens when you co-create solutions for people instead of merely offering a hand out.
In this episode, David and Justin speak with Chris Jones, an M&A Advisor at Sunbelt. Sunbelt is the world’s largest business broker, helping many mid-market firms find new homes. David and Justin ask Chris about his observations on how the world of M&A (as well as entrepreneurial activity in general) has changed due to the increasing pace of change.
In this episode, David and Justin welcome Mark Crea, the CEO of Feed My Starving Children. FMSC is the largest volunteer organization in the world today with over 1.1 million volunteers worldwide. They discuss the importance of purpose as well as the current effort to help the worsening conditions in Somalia.
In this episode, we were fortunate to be joined by John Griffith and Tad Lunden from the American Refugee Committee / Asili. During the interview we discussed their human-centered-design experiences and using business for good. We also talk about the difference between being a “beneficiary” and being a “customer”. Wonderful people and inspiring work.
If you surround a problem with data will it eventually relent? No! And that’s because it takes human judgment and data to make the future happen. In this episode, David and Justin talk about “making sense of it all” and how the human body is the best metaphor for sensing and delivering in a changing world.
In this episode, David and Justin discuss how it takes more than mere listening in order to truly become an adaptive organization. In particular, it takes an ongoing dialog between you and your customers to continually add and capture value.