AI and the Future of Work

AI and the future of work with Randy Womack, CEO of employee experience platform Socrates.ai

April 24, 2020 Dan Turchin with Randy Womack Season 1 Episode 20
AI and the Future of Work
AI and the future of work with Randy Womack, CEO of employee experience platform Socrates.ai
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AI and the Future of Work
AI and the future of work with Randy Womack, CEO of employee experience platform Socrates.ai
Apr 24, 2020 Season 1 Episode 20
Dan Turchin with Randy Womack

In this week’s episode of AI and the future of work, we discuss enterprise bots and natural language processing with Socrates.ai CEO Randy Womack. Randy is a 30-year Silicon Valley enterprise software veteran who has built successful teams and products at amazing organizations like SuccessFactors (now SAP) and Castlight Health. 

Listen and learn... 

  • What is an employee experience platform and how do great companies think about employee experiences? 
  • Why was Randy an early advocate for remote work and why do distributed teams outperform others? Hint: it’s not what you think. 
  • What do tattoos and blue hair have to do with company culture and what are the attributes of the best company cultures? 
  • Why is Marc Andreessen right about the need to build… as long as we don’t build keyboards. 

Thanks to Brian Ascher from Venrock for the introduction to Randy. 

Show Notes

In this week’s episode of AI and the future of work, we discuss enterprise bots and natural language processing with Socrates.ai CEO Randy Womack. Randy is a 30-year Silicon Valley enterprise software veteran who has built successful teams and products at amazing organizations like SuccessFactors (now SAP) and Castlight Health. 

Listen and learn... 

  • What is an employee experience platform and how do great companies think about employee experiences? 
  • Why was Randy an early advocate for remote work and why do distributed teams outperform others? Hint: it’s not what you think. 
  • What do tattoos and blue hair have to do with company culture and what are the attributes of the best company cultures? 
  • Why is Marc Andreessen right about the need to build… as long as we don’t build keyboards. 

Thanks to Brian Ascher from Venrock for the introduction to Randy.