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Introducing Ctrl+B: A bold new series with breakthrough tech leaders

Welcome to our new video series Ctrl+B, where I’ll be speaking to CIOs and technology leaders from some of the world’s most iconic brands. We’ll hear about the challenges they’ve faced and the breakthroughs they’ve made because of them. Goldman Sachs and Hewlett Packard Enterprises join me in this first episode…

“If the last decade was about moving to the cloud, this decade is about transforming and improving the employee experience.
- Brad Anderson

It’s hard to find many constants in today’s business world, but if there’s anything we’ve learned over the past year, it’s that the employee experience is more important than ever before.

If the last decade was about moving to the cloud, this decade is about transforming and improving the employee experience — and it’s why keeping your workforce satisfied and engaged by continuously designing and improving the experiences you deliver will be vital in the future of work.

To better understand how organizations are doing this at scale, we've developed a new series, Ctrl+B, focusing on how tech leaders have connected with their workforce, boosted productivity, and positively impacted their culture and the bottom line.

Watch the first episode of Ctrl+B now, with guests Bobby Ford, CISO at Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE) and Julie Zide, Global Head of People Science at Goldman Sachs.

In the first episode of Ctrl+B you’ll hear how:

  • Goldman Sachs listens to and acts on employee feedback to drive greater performance, retention, and morale
  • important “moment in time” listening is when it comes to the employee journey
  • continuous employee listening is a competitive advantage for companies like HPE
  • employee data is just as critical to the health of a business as more traditional data points like financials

The first episode of Ctrl+B is out now

Brad Anderson

As President of Products and Services at Qualtrics, Brad is responsible for the strategy and direction of the Qualtrics business’ portfolio, and for the post-sales services delivered to customers. This includes product deployment, expert practitioner services, customer success, customer support, and the XM Institute which is creating a thriving global community of Experience Management (XM) Professionals.

Prior to Qualtrics, Brad spent more than 17 years as a Corporate Vice President at Microsoft, where he led engineering teams that built several multi-billion dollar businesses that served more than 300 million monthly active users and devices. Earlier in his career, Brad spent 12 years at Novell, most recently serving as Vice President and General Manager of the ZENworks product line.

Brad graduated Magna Cum Laude in Design Engineering Technology, and later earned an MBA, from Brigham Young University. Outside of work, Brad enjoys spending time with his wife, Kim, their five children and three grandchildren.

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