Rach got the chance to talk to Darren Curry, CDO at NHS BSA. Darren has more than ten years with NHS BSA and truly believes that business change is about people, people being the foundation of any transformation or change.
Rach had a face-to-face with Ross Fullerton from the London Ambulance Service. ‘Fullerton’s modernisation of technology at the London Ambulance Service has three key elements – modernise technology, the team and to be a key part in the overall modernisation of the NHS.’ diginomica.com
Rach discussed business change with James Findlay, co-founder of Stance Global. They’ve known each other a long time and it’s a really easy conversation to plug into. James’ takes on Brexit and who should really be applauded.
Rach discussed business change with Andrew Greenaway, a partner at Public Digital. Author of Bluffocracy and Digital Transformation at Scale, Andrew is very much about reforming Government and his motivations truly come across in this episode.
This weeks episode took a huge step away from the usual industries Rach moves in and amongst. Rach had a call with Leila Walsh from Emerald Family Farms about the cannabis and hemp market that has been growing at a rapid rate in the United States. It’s absolutely fascinating especially if you are from the UK where legalisation isn’t a topic of conversation for most!
Rach sat with Pluralsight CEO, Nate Walkingshaw, and what a fascinating guy. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah, he spent his early years in the emergency medical field which he attributes to how he interacts with people today.