“What I love about Working Better, and what I think listeners will love, is that we’re not just talking about problems worth solving, but putting forth ideas and, in some cases, actually building solutions for some of the challenges,” said Scott Hermes, host of Working Better and Director of Solution Delivery at Kin + Carta. “We’re looking at problems through a human lens first, bringing a variety of voices together to start some of these conversations that we believe should happen.”
Working Better features perspectives from business leaders, educators, journalists, authors, farmers, scientists, software engineers, designers, researchers and more. In the first episode, launching September 29, host Scott Hermes tackles the question “Why haven’t contact tracing apps caught on?” together with guests Jenny Wanger, Head of Implementor’s Forum at Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH), Ellie Daw, Working Group Lead at TCN Coalition, and Paul Heckel, VP of Customer Experience at Kin + Carta.
A new episode is released every week on Tuesday, and the podcast is available to listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, and other platforms where podcasts are found. You can listen to the trailer of Working Better right now clicking here.
“Working Better will make you think about technology in a deeper, more human way,” said Hermes. “It will answer questions and help you apply that knowledge, creativity, and innovation to solve your own problems, all while keeping you entertained.”
About Kin + Carta
Kin + Carta exists to make the world work better.
A global consulting firm built for the 2020s, we make the journey to becoming a digital business tangible, sustainable, and profitable. By building digital twins to replace existing analog processes, designing and launching new digital products and services, and unlocking future innovation through modernization initiatives, Kin + Carta seamlessly integrates the strategic consulting, software engineering, and marketing technology needed to help businesses Make It Happen.
We’re organized around three integrated pillars that have been either historically siloed or shoehorned together: Kin + Carta Advise, a tech-centric management consultancy; Kin + Carta Create, a next-gen software engineering studio; and Kin + Carta Connect, a digital marketing agency.
Headquartered out of Chicago and London, our clients have access to a global ecosystem of 1,600 strategists, engineers and creatives across four continents.
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