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ICT Pulse Podcast

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ICT Pulse Podcast

ICT Pulse - tech blog and podcast

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A deep dive into topical Information and Communication Technology (ICT) issues from a Caribbean perspective, through interviews and group discussions with specialists, experts and people trying to make a difference in the tech space. New episodes are released every Wednesday. Show notes are available at ict-pulse.com
 
Entrepreneurs are driven, focused, and succeed under pressure. We talk with people who do difficult things at the highest level. Through these conversations we see how they power through adversity to build their businesses and their lives.
 
Innovation, communication, technology – a few key areas that are super important in today’s world. But no matter how much you talk about them, learn about them, and search about them, it doesn’t seem to be enough. There is always something new to learn and to practice. If you want to know what it takes to be a better innovator, better communicator, and leverage technology to make this world a better place, tune-in now. On this podcast, I bring new perspectives, ideas, tips, and techniques so ...
 
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ICTE - The Podcast

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ICTE - The Podcast

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The ICTE Podcast is a quarterly news and talk show about what's new, trending, and worth discussing in the world of teaching English/Language Arts, brought to you by the Executive Board of the Iowa Council of Teachers of English. This show is designed to advance ICTE's mission of facilitating deep connections and professional learning for English/Language Arts teachers of all stages.
 
The legacy of apartheid in South Africa left people in urban townships and rural areas without access to basic communication technology that defines the digital age. Today, the latest mobile phone technology has changed everything. To reach the poorest communities, the government has had to adapt the technology and build new commercial partnerships. The six video tracks in this album introduce the size of the challenge, government policy and initiatives and the businesses that benefit. This ...
 
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In our May 2022 Community Chat, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Liselle Yorke and Lianne McNaughton, the panel discusses: * the growing impact of ransomware attacks in the Caribbean; and * agile and servant leadership, and the critical role they play in creating healthy and high performing teams and cultures. The episode, show not…
 
On today's show, I have Dr David Cropley. David is the Professor of Engineering Innovation at the University of South Australia and he specialises in helping people and organisations become better, more effective, problem solvers. Dr Cropley’s research interests range across creativity in education, the assessment of creativity and innovation in or…
 
Starting and running a business is a test in resilience, and learning how to overcome the inevitable challenges that will emerge. Monique Powell, Founder and CEO of QuickCart, an e-commerce and logistics provider in Jamaica, shares, among other things: * her entrepreneurial journey; * how she navigated the e-commerce-related challenges that most st…
 
We are starting a deep dive into the Caribbean tech start-up and entrepreneurship ecosystem. With Selwyn Cambridge, the Founder and Executive Director of TEN Habitat in Barbados, and Anuskha Varsha Sonai, the President of Creative Tech Hub Caribbean in Suriname, we discuss, among other things: * the tech entrepreneurship landscape in their respecti…
 
In our April 2022 Community Chat, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Simone Pasmore and Robert Forrester, the panel discusses: * The cost of web and app development, what should one expect; and * Access, the Holy Grail of ICT Development in the Caribbean region. The episode, show notes and links to some of the things mentioned during…
 
Dr. John Reeder, Director of TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Disease, based at the World Health Organization, gives an overview of digital technologies used globally to help fight malaria, their benefits and potential, as well as challenges or barriers to overcome.由Sonja Ruetzel / John Reeder
 
To commemorate our 200th episode, the tables are turned, and Ingrid Riley of SiliconCaribe interviews Michele Marius, Host and Producer of the ICT Pulse Podcast. They discuss, among other things: the beginnings of the ICT Pulse Podcast; Is there really a ‘Digital Caribbean’; and How can Caribbean governments better support tech entrepreneurship and…
 
The traditional commercial banks are the bedrock of countries’ financial services sector, but they seem to be lagging behind and are out of step with the new and exciting developments in financial technology (fintech). With Wendy Delmar, the Chief Executive Officer of the Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB), and in this the latest instalment in ou…
 
Today I have an award-winning scientist, futurist, and a thought leader, John Boudreau. John has produced over 200 publications, including more than 10 books. His research has been featured in HBR, Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and Business Week. Recently, John and his colleague Ravin, who also has been on this podcast earlier, published a book tit…
 
Even if we do not realise it, we are interacting with Artificial Intelligence, or AI, every day, and although it may be making our lives more efficient and productive, there are several ethics issues that ought to be considered. With Gratiana Fu, of DAI, we discuss many of these issues, including: Why are we delegating critical decisions to machine…
 
Your ability to connect with good information is critical, especially in the world we live in today. Entrepreneurs and Business-people require access to good information including business fundamentals. There are more than 30 million small business owners in the United States with that group representing almost 65% of new private sector jobs. Its i…
 
We have all heard the term ‘digital economy’ and that countries worldwide are trying to find ways to foster its development. However, what does it mean if a country has a digital economy? In our conversation with Chelceé Brathwaite and Yacine Khelladi, we start to tackle that very question, along with: the anticipated impact or value of having a di…
 
Vanessa wrote a BOOK! 100 Things To Do In Wichita Before You Die and you can pre-order it at ReedyPress.com Vanessa Whiteside is one of those people that you want to hand over the responsibility of your next intentional leisure activity-- let her curate the experience for you. And she has already done that in her blog OneDelightfulLife.com When you…
 
Welcome to the ICT podcast. This is the second episode of season three. Today I am talking to a psychologist. Not in the way you might be guessing. But with someone who has a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology, Liane Davey. A New York Times Bestselling author of three books, Liane is also known as the water cooler psychologist. And we are talking a…
 
In our March 2022 Community Chat, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Amit Uttamchandani and Chad Fraser, the panel discusses: Russia-Ukraine War and potential impact in the Caribbean from a cyber perspective; and thereafter, Web3 and its potential for creating new opportunities in the Caribbean. The episode, show notes and links to s…
 
“Tell the truth or the consequences will be worse!” Said any Leader in my life from the very beginning. I trusted the Leaders in my life as a boy. I knew they were looking out for my best interests. And as an adult we should possess that same trust— but we don’t. We have found out too many times that bad leaders act in self interest and will say wh…
 
In the second instalment in our Expert insights series on cyber threats and security for 2022, and with Deon Olton, of the Caribbean Cyber Security Centre, he discusses, among other things: the changes in the threat landscape that occurred since the pandemic; what should be the primary goal of cybersecurity in organisations; and three things organi…
 
Welcome to the ICT podcast. This is the first episode of season three. In this episode, I have the Chairman and CEO of a well-known brand WD-40 Company, Garry Ridge. Garry is also an adjunct professor at the University of San Diego where he teaches the principles and practices of the corporate culture. In fact, in my conversation with him, I am del…
 
Kyle is an entrepreneur. I know that not because of the business he owns and runs or because of the multitude of things he does that are difficult things or the discipline he has to continue to excel at those difficult things; it’s because his Dad owns a business and instead of working for him and perhaps taking that business over one day— he just …
 
Decentralised Finance, or DeFi, is taking the world by storm, and seems to be among the fastest growing fintech segments. Kimberly Adams, of Bridge Network, helps us to better understand: what DeFi is and ways in which it can be leveraged; the impact DeFi could have on the Caribbean region; and at the same time, how ready the Caribbean region is fo…
 
Tyler Stinson is a retired MMA fighter. He had 40 professional fights-- and he won 30 of them. He manufactured this career out of grit, determination and the will to perform at the highest level. Wisdom is what Tyler gained; wisdom and perspective. Now retired from the Fight Game, and still a young man, he uses all he has learned to help the rest o…
 
Web 3.0 is the next iteration of the World Wide Web, which is expected to change not only the dynamics of the business of the internet, but also how we, as users, interact with and leverage that medium. Costanza Gallo, the Ecosystem Manager at Swarm, discusses Web 3.0 and among other things: how it is expected to change the current power dynamics o…
 
Attitude is everything. It’s not cliche— it is the truth. And if you don’t believe it just try living a life with the attitude of Elizabeth Farha and look how much better your life would be. There are no certainties. Do the work and accept the results, however they may come. Elizabeth took (takes) risk and she is successful because she is talented,…
 
In the first instalment in our Expert insights series on cyber threats and security for 2022, and with Sean Slattery of Caribbean Solutions Lab, he discusses, among other things: the changes in the threat landscape that occurred in 2021; cyber insurance, zero-trust models, what are the pros and cons of security-as-a-service; and three things organi…
 
You need to understand the enormous amount of energy it takes in this country, in this world for all of us to live. Energy need/consumption is a complicated issue. All forms of energy are important today and into the future. People need energy to improve their place in life. Reliable, affordable energy is crucial for us all and especially for lower…
 
In our February 2022 Community Chat, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Bianca Welds and Naphtale Nunes, the panel discusses, Is Jamaica ready to be the innovation hub of the Caribbean, or are we missing some steps? And thereafter, the potential impact of Microsoft cloud retail product to the Caribbean region. The episode and show no…
 
Embrace their ambition to lead— This is The Thread, Audran Dinell Stephen Covey wrote, “Find your voice by helping others find theirs.” Audra began her journey to create The Thread and this is exactly what she was doing— finding her voice by helping other dynamic women find their‘s. This is not to say that the wide range of incredibly talented wome…
 
Continuing with our deep dive into the Caribbean region’s financial technology (fintech) space, we discuss blockchain technology, which is key technology that is underpins many fintech products and services. In this episode, we chat with Stefen Deleveaux about: the Caribbean Blockchain Alliance, for which he is President; blockchain technology and …
 
Do you have the Capacity to grow? The answer is ubiquitously Yes. Intentionally seek people and activities that help increase your Capacity. Janice Perkins is that person you need in your life to help Coach you on increasing your Capacity. Janice lives this. The adversity in life gives us tremendous opportunity to increase Capacity and you better h…
 
Do you have what it takes to be a digital nomad? We discuss the digital nomad experience with the following intrepid travellers: Juleen Gentles, who is from Jamaica, but spoke with us from Ghana; Marsiya Issah who is from Ghana, but has been living in Barbados; and Andres Phillips, who is from Barbados, but recently ended a 10-month stint in Colomb…
 
There is nothing more important than your health. So what does it mean to have Health Care? Chances are a lot of you are reactive rather than proactive when it comes to keeping your body and your mind strong. And it is my belief that our culture has promoted the population to be reactionary— get sick, go see a Doctor and hope you get better. Dr. Br…
 
Over the past two or so years, fintech, or financial technology, has been growing in the Caribbean. In the first of our new series on Fintech in the Caribbean, and with financial innovator, private banker and serial entrepreneur, Telly Valerie Onu, we discuss: the state of fintech in the Caribbean region; key challenges that might be affecting inno…
 
Actions speak louder than words. Shelly Prichard has spent her career taking action. And along the way she has made a major impact on people and our community. On display is a unique ability to lead with humility and strength. The Wichita Community Foundation has made incredible, generational impact on this community. Shelly is at the heart of it. …
 
Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is not as far removed from your life as you think. If you use Siri, Alexa, or any of the other virtual assistants, or if you have an Apple Watch, for example, you are engaging with AI. With Matthew Cowen, of dgtlfutures, we discuss the opportunities of AI, along with a number of issues that have begun to emerge, incl…
 
The Kansas Humane Society is crucial to our community and our community is better because KHS does a phenomenal job. And it takes a leader with the intelligence, heart, compassion and diligence to understand how to keep this living ecosystem thriving. Emily Hurst is the new CEO and she takes the lead with these capabilities. Her personal story is e…
 
In this our January 2022 Community Chat, and with two members of the Caribbean tech community, Mylène Colmar and Andrew Olton, the panel discusses: what are essential tools, formats, subjects, trends for Caribbean content (media) creators in 2022; and thereafter, opportunities in fintech within the Caribbean. The episode and show notes and links to…
 
Successful Tech Entrepreneurs Curt Gridley and Tracy Hoover created Groover and the accelerator is pressed firmly to the floor in the start-up tech/entrepreneurial space in Wichita, USA. We want to compete as a community for the best and brightest people— Groover Labs is the conduit for collaboration and connections. Tracy & Curt’s vision went thro…
 
I like Breweries because they offer a case study in entrepreneurism-- it is a lot of work to deliver that delicious pint. Jeremy Horn and his co-founder Greg Gifford chose to take action on their idea and allow their unique abilities to lead the way as they created every aspect of a start-up. Create the brand, focus on the mission, build the team a…
 
Seth Etter leads in the technology space with class. His time and talents are making our community better and it is his intentional collaborative efforts that make him shine. Take the example of DevICT— a community is better when cutting edge resources are involved in an economy so a group of Tech Developers (including Seth) created DevICT.org with…
 
Great leadership empowers others to use their unique abilities. Building that team is a painstaking process. Brad Elliott began his start-up with 19 people and the intention to grow a bank that is a true partner with it's customer. Brad will be the first to tell you that success is about getting the right people. With one 700 employees today, Equit…
 
The instances of online abuse and harassment are growing worldwide, but remain underreported and with very little support for victims, particularly in the Caribbean region. Ashell Forde, the Founder and President of No! to Online Abuse and Harassment (NOAH): discusses the state of online abuse and harassment in the region; along with the successes …
 
Tech Entrepreneurs and Software Developers are uniquely equipped to collaborate with literally ANY business and that makes them excellent for conversations. Caffeine Interactive Technologies has collaborated with a lot of companies. They build app, web and mobile solutions so companies can communicate what they do better. Dustin DeVries founded the…
 
In this our final Community Chat and final episode for 2021, and with members of the Caribbean tech community, Ingrid Riley and Telojo (Telly) Valerie Onu, the panel discussed the ICT/technology trends and developments that were evident across the Caribbean region in 2021, and what might be in store for 2022. The episode and show notes and links to…
 
Harvester Arts is the conduit between artists and the tapestry that is Wichita. They are literally enhancing the ability of all artists to share their voice (artistic talents) and we are the cultural beneficiaries. Building the creative capacity for all artists in Greater Wichita is their mission. Kate Van Steenhuyse and Kristin Beal are a dynamic …
 
The internet is a channel through which considerable opportunities can be leveraged, but it can be argued that it is still underdeveloped in the Caribbean region. In a long-awaited follow-up conversation with Shernon Osepa, of the Internet Society, he shares his thoughts on the state of the internet in the region, along with what he believes are th…
 
One of the cliches in the business is, "Listen to your customers." So, of course, anyone and everyone will advise you about it. But exactly how to do that is still a mystery for many. Now I completely understand that listening to customers is essential, but how much should you listen? When should you listen? And when you shouldn't? And most importa…
 
We have the opportunity to talk with remarkable people because of the ictpodcast. This is the group, working tirelessly for you freedom and asking for nothing in return but your attention and participation/contribution to secure it. James, Elizabeth and Sam are proactive in preservation of our freedoms. The role of Government— what should it be? We…
 
The Caribbean region is awash with art and artists. Sadly, most them have little or no visibility beyond their home country, and struggle to make a living solely from their art. Sade Barrow-Browne is the Founder of FineArt.gy, an online art gallery that is showcasing the work of Guyana’s artists and creatives. In our conversation with Sade, she dis…
 
Each time you make a decision, especially in a group setting, you are likely to be in a negotiation situation. Sometimes it is quite obvious; at other times, it is not. But one thing is clear that effective communication is directly proportional to effective negotiation. Better communication often translates into better negotiation. In today's epis…
 
The Small Business Administration can help you, Entrepreneurs. Life as an entrepreneur often feels like a lonely existence and sometimes it is. The reality is there are advocates for business everywhere-- you just need to ask for help. There is no better time to illustrate the opportunity for help through the SBA than out of this pandemic that turn…
 
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