The pandemic began a massive, unexpected work-from-home experiment. That has led companies to rely on technology in new ways to keep their employees connected, productive, and happy.
Heather Bellini of Goldman Sachs Research and Ryan Nolan of the Investment Banking Division talk about the opportunity for software to unlock productivity gains in the world’s 1.25 billion knowledge workers. Then, Tammy Kiely of the Investment Banking Division is joined by Renee James, CEO of Ampere Computing, to talk about what she’s learned about leading a tech startup through the pandemic and keeping her team mentally and physically well.
This is the second episode of a four-part miniseries: Exchanges Deep Dive: The Battle for Our Screens, which brings together experts from across Goldman Sachs to analyze how the pandemic has shifted our lives digitally and forever changed how we rely on technology. The miniseries is co-hosted by Goldman Sachs’ Jake Siewert and Heath Terry.
Explore the rest of the series: Part 1 | Part 3 | Part 4
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This podcast was recorded in August and September 2020.
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