David Mantica on ASPE's BA Revolution Podcast

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Kelli Hollowell

Our very own VP of Sales and Marketing, David Mantica, was recently featured on ASPE’s inaugural ‘BA Revolution’ podcast where he and Kupe Kupersmith discussed the human and technical side of digital transformation, as well as how to monetize DX.

You should listen to this if you want to know….

Why should I care about digital transformation?

Or even more importantly, What is Digital Transformation?

David talks about figuring out the whys and tying them into the hows, and getting out of the comfort level of repeat-and-scale and taking a new look at the process to ultimately develop a new scalable model.

This is no longer about technology, transformation is now about how we go to market-it’s a big human issue. It impacts the skills that people are willing to hire for. Tune in to get David’s perspective on the subject.

 

Access the Podcast Here

ITunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ba-revolution/id1333221220

SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/aspe_training/ba-revolution

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