What Does It Mean to “Fail”?
It’s “Fast Application of Iterative Learning” to Barbara Whye of Intel
What do we need to know to RECRUIT, RETAIN and promote innovative talent?
What do we need to look for in a potential employer if we ARE innovative talent?
Listen to Barbara Whye, Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer at Intel — one of the most innovative and high-regarded companies in the world — in this engaging interview with Green Connections Radio host Joan Michelson.
Specific practices Intel uses successfully to recruit, retain and promote innovative diverse talent.
What to look for in a potential employer.
How to reframe failing to “fast application of iterative learning.”
Why engineers are some of the most creative people around.
Career tips for moving up the ladder.
And so much more!
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Patsy Doerr, Global Head of Corporate Responsibility, Sustainability and Inclusion,Thomson Reuters.
Beth Colleton, former SVP and CSO of NBCUniversal and the NFL
Sophie Vandebroek, COO of IBM Research, frmr CTO of Xerox and President of their Innovation Unit
Laura Sherbin, President, the Center for Talent Innovation
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