The Great Resignation impacted the IT industry in a huge way. But now as we exit that era, it’s time to look to the future. Preparing for what comes next is crucial to the success of your business and improving your employee’s experience. In today’s episode, we’ll taking a look into the crystal ball to…
DEX Hub producer Kathryn Shea and technologist Dina Elshawaf discuss flexible workplace preferences, personas, HR & IT.
In the last few years, we’ve seen an awakening across the IT space of leaders working on one skill: empathy. The past outlook of IT, is that it’s a business sector focused on solving problems from employee submitted tickets. A face behind a computer. No need for anything beyond this. Our guest, Mary Patry, CEO,…
In today’s episode, we chat with Rami Husseini, Director of Product Management at Qualcomm about how Snapdragon and its integration with Windows has made it possible for companies to change the way they work for good.
In today’s episode, we chat with our very own Oriana Ott, Senior UX Researcher at Nexthink, about the intersection between psychology and tech and how they’re bridged by data.
In today’s episode, we chat with Mike Kenny, Global Technical Delivery Lead Unified Communications at Mondelēz International, about the workplace of the future, and how his company is approaching unified communications. And we’re joined by Sam Holzman, the writer and editor of all the fascinating content you find at the DEX Hub.
In this special episode of The DEX Show, we turn the tables on Tim Flower, Global Director of Business Transformation at Nexthink, to talk about his career journey and how it led him to writing Digital Employee Experience for Dummies.
In this episode we chat with Christian Reilly, VP of Technology Strategy at Citrix, to talk about the ‘New Now,’ how younger generations feel about remote work, and consumer constructs in IT.
In this episode we chat with incoming Nexthink Ambassador Barbara Matoe, along with Nexthink’s own sustainability expert Mary Anne Cacciola, to discuss how to extend hardware lifecycles – and how doing so will help both the environment and a business’s bottom line.
In this episode we chat with Arianna Huffington, Founder & CEO at Thrive Global, to share her burnout story and offer advice on what companies and individuals can do to battle burnout.
In this episode, we welcome Ben Whitter, Founder & Chief Experience Officer at HEX Organization and one of the world’s leading management thinkers, to explain the relationship between the employee experience, technology, and the brand.
In this episode, we chat with Spencer Pitts, Digital Workspace Chief Technologist at VMware, and Andy Philp, Principal Product Marketing Manager at Nexthink, about how advances in desktop virtualization have enabled this brave new hybrid world we live in today.
Tim & Tom chat with Geoffrey Wright, Global Solution Owner at Mondelēz International. We discuss why password resets were one of the biggest IT irritations of 2021 and our bold predictions for 2022.
Tim & Tom chat with Charles Araujo who’s specialty is on digital transformation. Charles is a Keynote Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Analyst, and Founder of The Institute for Digital Transformation.
Tim & Tom chat with Adam Grant, Organizational Psychologist at Wharton and a New York Times Bestselling Author, and Host of the TED podcast WorkLife. The group talks about flow—a recurring theme that runs throughout Adam’s research—and what it means for the modern workplace.
Tim & Tom chat with Rod Trent, Senior Cloud Security Advocate at Microsoft. With three decades of IT experience, Rod has spent the last several years building a fantastic community around Microsoft’s Azure Sentinel product. Learn how you can build a successful digital community.
Tim & Tom chat with Ravin Jesuthasan, a futurist, author, speaker, and the Senior Partner and Global Leader for Transformation Services at Mercer, about what the fourth industrial revolution means for IT and the future of work.
Tim & Tom chat with Betsy Bula, All-Remote Evangelist at GitLab. Betsy shares why digital burnout is becoming more prevalent and what we can do to spot it and intervene both from an IT and non-IT perspective.
Tim & Tom chat with Rainer Karcher, Global Director IT Sustainability at Siemens. Rainer’s team ranks IT behavior from best to worst and he’ll share how to embrace more green, more decarbonized, and more efficient IT practices in our day-to-day lives.
Tim & Tom chat with Ben Ward, EUC Activist and Senior SE at IGEL. Ben breaks down the history of corporate technology and how consumerization has made IT’s job both easier and more difficult.
Tim & Tom chat with Mary K. Pratt, Freelance Journalist, and Sean Malvey, Writer, Editor & Content Strategist at Nexthink, to discuss IT career paths and hiring in the Employee Experience industry.
Tim & Tom chat with Matt Roberts, Global Consulting Lead, Workforce Transformation at Dell Technologies, to discuss the evolution of IT and how teams solve problems before they have a chance to disrupt the business.
Flying solo, Tom hosts Slater and Gordon’s Jon Grainger (Chief Information Officer) and Dan Morton (Technology Director) to discuss the role of technology, and IT, in today’s rapidly changing legal industry.
As the show enters double figures, Tim and Tom set out to bridge the gap between IT and psychology, with help from Michael Jones (Associate, Predictive Advantage) and Jeremy Baker (Productivity Director, Nexthink).
In a very special episode, Tim and Tom are joined by Nexthink CEO Pedro Bados, along with his fellow co-founders Patrick Hertzog and Vincent Bieri. Together they take a trip down memory lane and a look to the future.
In a four-headed monster of a podcast, Dion Hinchcliffe, VP and Principal Analyst at Constellation Research, Inc. and Sean Malvey, Content Manager at Nexthink, cover the impact of the pandemic on IT with Tim and Tom.
Dr. Brennan Jacoby, Philosopher & Founder of Philosophy at Work, joins Tim and Tom for a spirited, highly philosophical chat about the meaning of experience, the pursuit of truth…. and the digital workplace.
Why do we continue to treat employees as if we are in the Second Industrial Revolution? Gil Cohen, Founder of Employee Experience Design, joins Tim and Tom to explore this question and others.