Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson
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We tell the unexpected stories of digital disruption. Listen in as Walter Isaacson, digital revolution expert, explores the unknown drama behind some of the world’s biggest digital disruptions, the daring trailblazers willing to think differently, and the lessons learned along the way. Brought to you by Dell Technologies.
||CleanDa Vinci: Il Grande Apripista // The Great Trailblazer||There have been many Trailblazers throughout history. But perhaps none has loomed larger, or longer, than Leonardo da Vinci. From art, to science, to math, to technology, hear just how disruptive his contributions were—and still are—in this special ep||10/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanWhere Disruption Takes Flight||The air travel industry has seen more than its share of turbulence in the century since its inception. Come fly with us on this wild ride through the friendly skies.||9/26/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanCloudy with a Chance of Disruption||A climate of disruption is constantly changing how we watch the weather. In this episode, Tim Gasparrini, Janice Stillman, Peter Moore, Sarah Witman, Jim Cantore, Cameron Clayton and Paul Roebber open the almanac and see what’s in the forecast.||9/12/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThe Road to Disruption||From the Model T to the Model 3, the auto industry’s come a long way – and its most exciting era is yet to come. Join Walter and guests Matt Anderson, Ashlee Vance, Bryan Salesky, Oliver Cameron, and Hans-Werner Kaas as they discuss the long and windi||8/29/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSide Effects Include Disruption||From X-Rays to wearables, better healthcare means peering deeper into the human body. Join Walter and guests Dr. Daniel Kraft, Reenita Das, Dr. Jeffrey Trent, Anne Wojcicki and Dr. Giselle Sholler as they explore how wellness is becoming more personal, an||8/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanNavigating Disruption||Quantum leaps in navigation are bringing our world closer. Join Walter and guests Brad Parkinson, Stan Honey, Randy Hoffman, Corinne Vigreux and Di-Ann Eisnor as they explore how we got here, and where we’re going next.||8/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDisruption: Cha-ching!||The way we value and move money is changing. Again. Join Walter as he explores Bitcoin and the long evolution of currency with guests Neha Narula, Don Tapscott, Felix Martin and Max Levchin.||7/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanMusic: The Sound of Disruption||The way we consume music is continuously changing. Join Walter as he discusses how the industry’s endured unfathomable disruption with guests Ani DiFranco, Amanda Palmer, Robert Harris, Jonathan Taplin, Jim Rondinelli and Bob Lefsetz.||7/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanAdvertising: Disrupting Interruption||The story of advertising starts, ends and endures with disruption at its core. Join Walter Isaacson as he discusses digital marketing's past, present and exciting future with industry visionaries Seth Godin and Dave Droga.||6/20/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDestination: Disruption||Before hotels, there was home sharing. In the digital age, Airbnb has brought it back. Walter Isaacson takes a historical look at the hospitality industry, navigating listeners from horse carriage inns to the personalization of the sharing economy.||5/23/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBreaking News: Disruption||Over 150 years ago, new technology threatened newspapers to the brink of extinction. Sound familiar? In this episode of Trailblazers, Walter Isaacson follows the history of the newspaper industry and explores how it has survived by adopting — not resist||5/9/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDisruption: Game On||Sometimes you lose your entire market share to two plumbers and a hedgehog. In this week’s Trailblazers, Walter Isaacson explores the immersive experiences and unlikely victors of the volatile video game industry.||4/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanA Slice of Disruption||One simple (but disgusting) viral video drove a pizza company to reinvent itself as a technology company. However, technology and the fast food industry have walked hand in hand for decades. In this episode of Trailblazers, Walter Isaacson explores this u||4/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDeveloping Disruption||Digital cameras disrupted Kodak’s film business and led to its bankruptcy in 2012. The catch? Kodak actually invented the digital camera. In this episode, host Walter Isaacson explores how quickly the disruptors can become the disrupted - and vice versa||3/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanLights...Camera...Disruption||How the movie Jaws and a $40 late fee led to a complete disruption of the entertainment industry as we know it. Host Walter Isaacson explores a series of unusual partnerships, bold moves, and missed opportunities that defined television and film.||3/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroducing Trailblazers with Walter Isaacson||We tell the unexpected stories of digital disruption. Listen in as Walter Isaacson, digital revolution expert, explores the unknown drama behind some of the world’s biggest digital disruptions, the daring trailblazers willing to think differently, and t||3/3/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
"All of this has happened before..."
Inspiring look at disruption - fertile source of perspective on how we can thrive in the era of digital transformation.
Great real world example of digital disruptions
I never knew the significance of Jaws on the entertainment industry. How about a sequel with Henry Winkler and cover what happens when you don't "truly" disrupt yourself, program or business model but instead make changes around the legacy model. Then it's too late and in a last ditch effort you'll try anything.....And the term "Jump the Shark" was coined.
The $40 Story
No Spoilers -- I heard one of the ________ origin stories individually but never woven together with others like ______ and ______ in such a unique way. If only more of the past decades of business books could tack on this podcast as an appendix section....