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30-minute weekly podcast discussing digital transformation and the future of work.
On each episode of the Serendipity podcast Stuart McIntyre will interview an expert guest on a theme related to this fast-changing area. In episodes to come we will be discussing topics including collaboration, working out loud, flexible working environments, recruiting advocates and champions, building external communities, work styles and much more.
United States
3 episodes
since Jan, 2016


Serendipity 003 - Luis Suarez - Leadership in the Connected Enterprise

In episode three, Stuart McIntyre is joined by Luis Suarez, who is a Chief Emergineer, People Enabler & Digital Humanist. We discuss his perspective on how leadership needs to evolve to support organisations and teams in the connected enterprise. Luis is a well seasoned Social / Open Business evangelist and 2.0 practitioner with over 19 years of working experience in the fields of knowledge management, collaboration, learning, online communities and social networking for business. Founder of the ’Life Without eMail’ movement to challenge the status quo of how knowledge workers collaborate and share their knowledge by promoting and advocating for openness, transparency, trust, sustainable growth, engagement, egalitarian and democratic workplaces, connectedness and, overall, smart work. He currently blogs over at and can be contacted over in Twitter at @elsua. Topics: What do you like to be known for? Are you comfortable with the 'NoEmail' label? What have you been working on since leaving IBM? How much travel is required in your independent role?` What's involved in leading teams and organisations within a connected world? How can we enable productive conversations with fewer meetings? Is leadership training evolving? How do you envisage 'the future of work'?
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