Learn the key to a successful digital transformation, Eric’s most common advice for founders, and tips for jump-starting innovation in legacy environments in this lively podcast featuring Eric Ries and Alton McDowell, Co-head of Technology and Disruptive Commerce at J.P. Morgan. Their fireside chat offers keen insights that founders and entrepreneurs alike can put to use today, takeaways focused mindsets and strategies that foster a bias for action. And hear Eric, our self-proclaimed tech lover, explain why the path to innovation isn’t paved with technology alone. Rather, the solution is in using tech to support customer discovery. “It’s the application of technology to some problem domain that’s been historically unserved,” he says, adding that breakthroughs “require some level of insight into the problem you’re trying to solve.”

 

 

 

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