March 6 – Doug Krug & Christine Kahane – Leading Change Without Resistance
Doug Krug and Christine Kahane are Resultants from the Institute for UnLearning, where they focus on helping leaders implement change in their companies without resistance by focusing on including employs in decisions and changes.
March 7 – Andrea Young – Colorado Technology Association
Colorado Technology Association (CTA) leads the network of companies that propel Colorado's economy with technology. We'll talk with Andrea Young, CEO of Colorado Technology Association, about CTA’s recent D.C. Fly-In event, an opportunity for Colorado businesses to meet with those in the tech industry in our nation’s capital. We will also discuss the Tech Caucus and Technology Day at the Colorado State Capitol.
March 8 – Secretary of State Wayne Williams – Go Code Colorado
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams joins us to discuss Go Code Colorado and the launch of an “ideation platform.” The new platform seeks ideas for how public data can help business decision makers in Colorado -- like a website for brainstorming. Share your ideas… you don’t need to know how to make them work. Tune in to learn more.
March 9 – Kelly Sloan – Impact of the Affordable Care Act
Kelly Sloan, CEO of Sloan & Associates, will talk with James Martin, Chairman and Founder of 60 Plus, about the impact of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its proposed repeal on hospitals, particularly those smaller and rural areas. They’ll address the need for the hospital payment cuts to be restored under a repeal plan.
March 10– Kristen Muzzy – Manufacturing in Colorado
Kristen Muzzy, Executive Vice President of Business Development for Leading2Lean, is an advocate for promoting manufacturing in Colorado and nationwide. Kristen will talk with Mark Yoss, Manufacturing Manager at Lockheed Martin, about how manufacturing and education leaders are working together to fill the workforce skills gap. We’ll detail a success story with Lockheed Martin and Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU).