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All areas of an organization, even those still in the analog world, are being transformed by technology. This shift isn't just modernizing manual processes with digital tools, but changing the fabric of an organization to support a new way of thinking. So while it may be a buzzword, digital transformation is happening and we're here to unpack it with you. Between big ideas and tiny details is the ten thousand foot view. Join the technology consultants from OST as we discuss the changing land ...
 
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In Episode 46 of Ten Thousand Feet, we are excited to welcome Jen Nowlin and Nick Young of OST’s Connected Products Team! After their recent trip to Las Vegas for the AWS re:Invent conference, Jen and Nick discussed the latest and greatest announcements and insights, what you need to know about IoT and where connected products and AWS are headed in…
 
What does it mean to find your purpose at work? Why is it important? In this episode of Ten Thousand Feet, the OST podcast, we talk to OST President and CEO Meredith Bronk about how she makes time for reflection and celebration. Bronk also talks about how leaders have worked to maintain culture and collaboration with employees working in places acr…
 
In this episode of Ten Thousand Feet, Andy Van Solkema, OST’s VP of Digital Strategy and Experience, looks into his crystal ball and offers his take on what the future of work looks like. The way he sees it, in the past, life used to fit into work. Now, work fits into life. How can people set up time to be creative and time for deep work? Does Andy…
 
In this episode of Ten Thousand Feet, Data and Technology Leader and Architect Alex Tweedy shines a light on OST’s new cost optimization offer. At the start of a cost optimization engagement, OST will work with clients to discover: what are your goals? Why did you launch a connected product in the first place? What is working well? Learn more about…
 
In this episode, we chat with OST’s Andrea Bloemendaal about mobile accessibility. Learn more about web and industry standards as well as what technologies you can expect to see coming your way soon.โดย OST
 
Renowned Leadership Coach and Author, Barbara Rapaport believes that the answers are always in the room. It's a tenet of her coaching practice and a thread that applies throughout her work locally, nationally and globally with leaders. Andrew Powell sat down with Barbara to talk about leadership and how she views its future in a post-pandemic world…
 
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, remote healthcare (also known as telehealth) was gaining some traction and popularity, but once the pandemic hit, remote doctor visits suddenly became the default. Telehealth expert Joe Brennan is confident that trend is here to stay. On this episode, Joe is interviewed by OST's CIO, Jim VanderMey. They discuss how t…
 
Like most of you, we've spent the past year dialing into Zoom meetings to connect with coworkers, collaborate, plan our work and even record our podcasts. It's been a huge shift for us, but for people like Liam Martin, working remotely has been a way of life long before the pandemic. In this episode, we interview Liam Martin, the founder of TimeDoc…
 
It's officially been a year since we all abruptly left the office to shelter at home from COVID-19 and it's safe to say the way we work has changed forever. While some may be headed back in the office, many have embraced the flexibility of working remotely. Solutions Expert, Chad Willaert, and Chad Ruel, Cloud Solutions Architect make up OST's Mode…
 
Managing your task list? Making dinner? Doing homework? The principles of the Agile Manifesto, while typically applied to accomplishing a development sprint, can apply to more than you think. On this episode, Andrew Powell interviews Elizabeth Wilson (who you'll recognize from past Ten Thousand Feet episodes on Agile) and Delivery Practice Team Lea…
 
As IT evolves to deliver value to the business, product development is likely inevitable. But doing so successfully requires organizing in a way that you can both develop a great product AND support it. Brian Hart, VP of IT Internal Business Solutions at Amway shares his insights on this topic and why it's really more of a practice than a destinati…
 
Zoom meetings, Slack conversations and Microsoft Teams have allowed us to continue to make progress in the Covid-19 era. They aren't new tools, but their usage has become more the rule than the exception. They have allowed us to continue to build our work relationships and maintain momentum. But for those starting a new job, those tools are being r…
 
A zombie, while decidedly undead is certainly not alive. As we come off the Halloween season, we wanted to point out another kind of undead, yet not alive being: the IoT Zombie. On this episode, Andrew Powell interviews two of our connected product experts: Aaron Kamphuis and Jen Nowlin. Jen has been in IoT for 20 years, before it was really a ‘thi…
 
A significant amount time has passed since the dawn of Coronavirus. It's been long enough that we've moved through several phases of business change. It started with putting out fires and then reprioritizing efforts, allowing us to move into a new phase where we can respond to opportunity. Design Director, Brian Hauch, interviews VP of Digital Stra…
 
There's a difference between making a product and designing a product experience. We all know what it's like to use something that you don't necessarily want to use again - and a key aspect of that is design. On this episode, we welcome Lisa Helminiak, Founder and CEO of Azul Seven, a design team based in Minneapolis that recently joined the OST fa…
 
During the global recession of 2007 & 2008, Apple launched the iPhone and Netflix began their streaming services - two formative technologies of our lifetime that would go on to reshape our lives. As we move forward through this pandemic, companies are looking to harness that same creativity to innovate. A couple months ago, OST hosted a roundtable…
 
X as a service (XaaS) has become a popular consumption model for organizations. There are a lot of benefits including variable costs, flexibility, and freeing up resources to create and innovate. On this episode, OST's new VP of Enterprise Solutions, Mitch Prust joins Account Executive, Dan Frank to discuss XaaS. They break down the considerations …
 
This episode is part two of Meredith Bronk’s interview with entrepreneur and innovator, Shannon Cohen. On this half of our interview, we discussed racial equity in America and how organizations can move forward genuinely and authentically to be part of a solution from the place they are today. In light of possibly the largest movement in U.S. histo…
 
"The people who left your office before the pandemic are not the same people who are coming back." Shannon Cohen, Founder and CEO of Shannon Cohen, Inc., her company focused on helping leaders thrive at the intersection of joy and purpose. Shannon is an author, a speaker and also runs an online retail shop with greeting cards and other inspirationa…
 
At OST, we talk about being a people-first organization. We value our employees and our families so much that it's baked into our company values. OST's Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee (DEI) exists to help OST deliver on that mission for all employees, especially those that haven't been traditionally represented in technology industry. On …
 
On this episode, we share the second half of our conversation around Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) with John Vancil and Dave Trayers. This part is all about implementation. John & Dave have consulted on several ERP implementations and share a few common pitfalls and tips to set you up for a successful launch. Enjoy!…
 
Enterprise Resource Planning. It's possibly one of the largest enterprise software categories in existence, helping businesses manage day-to-day activities from a single database. OST's resident ERP experts, John Vancil and Dave Trayers discuss all things ERP in our two-part ERP series. This is the first intallment, featuring an overview of ERP and…
 
The time for telehealth has arrived, and along with it, a global pandemic. Telehealth expert, Joe Brennan, and OST's CIO, Jim VanderMey have a discussion about what coronavirus has done to the telehealth industry. They cover why hospitals are scrambling to implement remote visits and ways to take advantage of this change in healthcare needs. Enjoy…
 
A couple months ago, working remote was a perk. While definitely gaining momentum, it was still considered a luxury for most companies...one that they hadn't totally figured out how to support at scale. But, times changed. Quickly. On this episode, we talk with Elizabeth Wilson, our resident SAFe & agile expert about the challenges and opportunitie…
 
We meet Tony Dyer, who re-builds original World War II cockpits and keeps them in his living room. And in his garage. And in his hallways. And in his shed. And also, in the Boscombe Down Aviation Collection. How do you get hold of an original Spitfire control stick? And how do you put together a Hurricane cockpit from hundreds, thousands of differe…
 
In the last episode of 2019 we go back to the stars of The Two Thousand Feet Podcast's most popular episodes and ask them about their plans for 2020. We also look back at the main UK general aviation news of 2019 - and at some of the fun this podcast has had at airfields across the country. Support the show (http://patreon.com/2kft)…
 
2019 has been the year when even the sceptics accepted the need to do something about climate change. Among environmental activists, aviation has become a dirty word. Their figurehead, Greta Thunberg, famously chose to sail across the Atlantic, rather than fly. But how bad is aviation's contribution to the global climate crisis? And what is the sol…
 
We go behind the scenes at Southend's Air Traffic Control to understand how controllers work and to ask them about LARS, infringements and instructions to remain outside controlled airspace. And a visit to Weather School shows that few pilots remember their PPL meteorology - which is, perhaps, only natural. But how much of a problem is it? Support …
 
Are you interested in digital innovations in a healthcare setting? If so, our new MedTalk series is for you. As OST works with many health systems on their IT Infrastructure and Digital Ecosystem, we're excited to interview experts in the medical field as part of this series. On it, we will feature health professionals to learn more about their exp…
 
The Light Aircraft Association and the British Microlight Aircraft Association are proposing a merger. What will it mean for pilots? Will microlight owners be treated as poor relations in the new organisation? Will flexwing operators lose support and expertise? Steve Slater, CEO of the Light Aircraft Association, answers some of the most challengin…
 
Company culture can be a true competitive advantage. But how do you grow without losing the parts of your culture that made you successful in the first place? On this episode we talk with Tamara Iakiri, OST's Director of Talent Experience. Tamara has been with OST through several growth periods, starting when the company had just 50 employees throu…
 
At Pilot Careers Live, we talk about the realities of training for a commercial licence, and debunk some myths about flying professionally. And a flight in a highly capable aerobatic Extra 200 at British Aerobatic Academy serves as a prelude to a conversation about why the British aerobatic team has not beaten the French yet. Support the show (http…
 
The flying season is all but over. So what can a pilot do on a rainy, miserable day in October? There are more options than just hibernating. I meet people who fly radio-controlled models capable of amazing tricks and explore one of the most niche bookshops in the country. Support the show (http://patreon.com/2kft)…
 
In 2019, 29% of senior management roles are held by women, the highest number ever on record, but there is still so much opportunity for women to have a seat at the table. OST's VP of Sales & Marketing, Lisa Jilek, moderated a panel with four female leaders at Twin Cities Startup Week in Minneapolis. Joining her was: Beth Klawitter - Sr Director Cu…
 
James Ketchell has returned from flying his gyrocopter around the world. What was his best day? His worst day? What's his advice to people who want to do something similar? And why does the IMSAFE mnemonic not work when you're circumnavigating the Earth? Edwin Brenninkmeyer is a businessman who flies historic jets - like the Folland Gnat - for fun.…
 
Start here to get an idea of what to expect. This is a selection of what The Two Thousand Feet Aviation Podcast is all about. We love stories about flying, - told by people who love flying. Support the show (http://patreon.com/2kft)โดย Artyom Liss
 
Do flexwings have a future in the 21st century? I ask Andrew Cranfield, former owner of P&M, Geoff Weighell, Chief Executive Officer of the British Microlight Aircraft Association, and some pilots. And my wife and I speak to Dr. Drew Tarmey, from the Manchester Medical School, about why she suffers from air sickness, and what can be done about it. …
 
While we've used many different delivery frameworks over the years, OST has grown quite fond of SAFe (Scaled Agile Framework for Enterprise) as a way of bringing business and IT together to move faster and create value. If you've done any research on this methodology, you might be a bit overwhelmed with what it is, how it works and how to get start…
 
In this episode, I bring you the best of the annual LAA Rally at Sywell. - How long does it take to polish a Luscombe? - What are the LAA and the CAA planning to do about Brexit? - Why is Ivan Shaw's latest design not going to be the new Europa? And I have the best flying day of my aviation career so far - taking to the air inside the 1943 Catalina…
 
Have you ever spent a bunch of time and money building an MVP for your product and it still falls flat with customers? What if you could test out those assumptions before you even build an MVP? You can - it's called the Riskiest Assumption Test. For short, we call it a RAT (which Jim loves to say) and it's a usually quick, usually inexpensive way t…
 
I spend a day at Old Sarum trying to figure out what the future holds fot the legendary WW1 airfield. And I meet The Flying Reporter, one of the leading aviation YouTube personalities, to ask him what it takes to run a successful YouTube channel about private flying. Support the show (http://patreon.com/2kft)…
 
You spend countless hours shaping your idea, interviewing customers, securing funding and resources, making financial models and perfecting your product. But understandably by the time it comes to communicate what you've built to the rest of your organization and stakeholders, you may have run out of steam. So you document the product in a Powerpoi…
 
I get up in the middle of the night to see some flying bicycles; and Nushin Elahi explains why women sometimes feel uncomfortable in the macho, spanner-wielding world of microlight flying. Support the show (http://patreon.com/2kft)โดย Artyom Liss, Lewis Rawlins, John Boyce, Mike Truelove, Nushin Elahi
 
We go behind the scenes at the Battle of Britain airshow. How do you run an event like this? What goes into preparing to fly formation? How do you commentate? What happens behind the closed doors at the pilots' briefing? And if you wanted to set up an airshow, how would you do that? I also talk to Mark Garner, who bought the Thruster brand, but the…
 
By 2020, there will be over one million computer programming job opportunities, and far fewer computer science grads to fill those roles. As an enterprise with growing development needs, you're probably more than familiar with this problem. Thankfully, innovative programs like Minneapolis-based Prime Digital Academy and self-learners are rising to …
 
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