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FountainBlue's October 2022 Newsletter

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NoRegrets

Cultivate a Life of No Regrets

Cultivate a Life of No Regrets

I had a big birthday recently, which invariably invited reflection and introspection. A common theme through my varied career is the desire to stretch myself and raise the bar, even if it means hardship, challenges, and uncertainty in the short term. This approach has served me well, considering the global health, economic, social, political, and sustainability challenges affecting us all.
Out of all this mindset and experience, I’ve developed a framework for making choices, living a life with no regrets.
1. Values First. Choose opportunities that match your values.
2. Make a Difference. Select a company whose mission and vision makes a difference.
3. Embrace the Uncomfortable. Try doing something which makes you feel uncomfortable in a good way.
4. It’s About People. Work with people you admire and trust. Make consistent effort to be worthy of their respect and trust.
5. Add Some Spice. Never settle for complacency. Embrace every opportunity to grow, learn and improve, adding spice to your regular routines.
6. Keep Learning and Growing. Challenge yourself to learn and grow. It helps to work with people who can support you in doing so.
7. Allow Past Lessons to Guide You. Contemplate the choices you’ve made in the past and use those learnings to inform your choices today and in the future.
8. Lead with Passion and Purpose. Be clear on your goals while leveraging your passion and your purpose. Make strategic choices toward that goal and consistently execute on them.
9. Err on the Side of Boldness. With that said, consider the timing of the choices you’re making - the boldest choice is not always the best choice, depending on what else you’re currently juggling.
10. Have Faith that Things will Work Out. Fear can hold us back from even trying. Choose courage in the face of fear and set yourself free.
I invite you to cultivate and embrace a life of no regrets. There are no promises that every choice will go as planned (especially in the beginning), but when all is said and done, you won’t have to wonder ‘What if?’.
You may in fact discover what you’re truly made of.

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About FountainBlue's When She Speaks Series

whenshespeaks

Register Now to join our upcoming program!

Launched in Silicon Valley in May 2006, FountainBlue's monthly When She Speaks luncheon panel discussions feature senior women leaders from partner tech companies speaking on leadership and innovation topics. Our interactive conversations are known for being inspiring, educational, practical and fun. For more information, visit www.whenshespeaks.com

Upcoming When She Speaks 2022 Online Programs
* Local Input, Global Impact, October 14, 2022, hosted by ASML
* Fourth Annual Mentorship Best Practices Panel, November 11, 2022, hosted by Coupa
* Fifth Annual Men Who Open Doors Awards, December 9, 2022, hosted by Reputation

2023 When She Speaks online programs, all scheduled from 11:50 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST

▪ Bring Your Full Self to Work, January 20, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Lead with Passion, Agility and Resilience, February 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Manage Your Mindset, March 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Build the Employee Experience as the X Factor, April 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Expand Your Circle of Influence, May 12, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Start-ups Changing the World, June 9, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Collaborate to Innovate, July 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ What He Said, What He Meant, August 11, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ One of 'The Onlys', September 8, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Local Input, Global Impact, October 13, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Fifth Annual Mentorship Best Practices Panel, November 10, 2022, hosted by tbd
▪ Sixth Annual Men Who Open Doors Awards, December 8, 2022, hosted by tbd
Bring Your Full Self to Work, January 20, 2023, hosted by tbd
Lead with Passion, Agility and Resilience, February 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
Manage Your Mindset, March 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
Build the Employee Experience as the X Factor, April 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
Expand Your Circle of Influence, May 12, 2023, hosted by tbd
Start-ups Changing the World, June 9, 2023, hosted by tbd
Collaborate to Innovate, July 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
What He Said, What He Meant, August 11, 2023, hosted by tbd
One of 'The Onlys', September 8, 2023, hosted by tbd
Local Input, Global Impact, October 13, 2023, hosted by tbd
Fifth Annual Mentorship Best Practices Panel, November 10, 2022, hosted by tbd
Sixth Annual Men Who Open Doors Awards, December 8, 2022, hosted by tbd
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LocalGlobal

Join us for this month's online program!

Friday, Oct 14, 11:50 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Online, hosted by ASML, link to be sent to confirmed guests

Local Input, Global Impact

To register, visit https://www.tikkl.com/fountainblue/c/programs

Leadership comes from the top down, with the executive vision for delivering a comprehensive and compelling product or service which meets the needs of the market. When executive leaders also have an inspiring vision to contribute to the local community, and for a far-reaching cause, it inspires all employees to give back, to make a difference, while also delivering bottom-line results for the company.

Join this month's panel of senior executives who will share the corporate community vision, and stories of 'bottoms-up' leadership, showcasing how local input is leading to global impact.

▪ Facilitator Linda Holroyd, CEO, FountainBlue
▪ Panelist Ashwini Lahane, Director - Product Marketing, Freshworks
▪ Panelist Suchitra Narayen, GVP & Deputy General Counsel, North America Commercial Legal, Informatica
▪ Panelist Gina Tesla, Vice President, ESG, Sustainability, Social Impact and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Coupa Software
▪ Panelist Priscilla Knoble, Senior Director, International Strategy & Product Management, Digital Media BU (Creative Cloud, Document Cloud), Adobe
▪ with introductory remarks by ASML Executive and Panelist Chris Spence, VP Advanced Technology Development, Brion Technologies
Facilitator Linda Holroyd, CEO, FountainBlue
Panelist Ashwini Lahane, Director - Product Marketing, Freshworks
Panelist Suchitra Narayen, GVP & Deputy General Counsel, North America Commercial Legal, Informatica
Panelist Gina Tesla, Vice President, ESG, Sustainability, Social Impact and Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Coupa Software
Panelist Priscilla Knoble, Senior Director, International Strategy & Product Management, Digital Media BU (Creative Cloud, Document Cloud), Adobe
with introductory remarks by ASML Executive and Panelist Chris Spence, VP Advanced Technology Development, Brion Technologies
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Notes from Our Monthly When She Speaks Event

OnlysPanel2022

FountainBlue's September 9 When She Speaks program was on the topic of 'One of the Onlys'. Please join me in thanking our esteemed panelists.
* Facilitator Linda Holroyd, CEO, FountainBlue
* Panelist Adriane McFetridge, Director of Engineering, Netflix
* Panelist Lucia Milica, JD, Global Resident CISO and Advisory Board Chair, ProofPoint
* Panelist Kristin Robinson, Head of Legal Compliance, Asana
* Panelist Jami Stewart, Vice President CX Centers America, Cisco
* Panelist Yvonne Thomson, Vice President, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion, OpenText

Our panelists represented a wide range of backgrounds and perspectives, but they had much in common:

▪ They navigated personal and professional hurdles to successfully rise in influence, role and position, and continue to lead with increasing responsibility.
▪ They persevered despite the challenges and continue to raise the bar for themselves and for those around them.
▪ They were supported by many who helped them to succeed, and are, in turn, supporting others.
They navigated personal and professional hurdles to successfully rise in influence, role and position, and continue to lead with increasing responsibility.
They persevered despite the challenges and continue to raise the bar for themselves and for those around them.
They were supported by many who helped them to succeed, and are, in turn, supporting others.

Below is a compilation of their advice and insights on how to succeed, despite being one of the onlys.

Be self-aware and self-centered.

▪ Have the self-awareness to deeply accept yourself and all your many qualities - the good and the bad.
▪ Filter the input and feedback you receive from others, so you can manage how it impacts the choices you make.
▪ Consider carefully the difference between the perceived intent of a comment or action vs the actual thoughts, words or actions itself. (As a corollary, minimize the negative impact any one thought, word or action might have on you, especially if you're not even sure that there was any negative intent!)
Have the self-awareness to deeply accept yourself and all your many qualities - the good and the bad.
Filter the input and feedback you receive from others, so you can manage how it impacts the choices you make.
Consider carefully the difference between the perceived intent of a comment or action vs the actual thoughts, words or actions itself. (As a corollary, minimize the negative impact any one thought, word or action might have on you, especially if you're not even sure that there was any negative intent!)

Be worthy of the opportunity and responsibility of being one of the onlys.

▪ Be curious, competent, other-centered, agile, respectful, supportive, and resilient.
▪ Be clear on your objectives and your cause, but flexible about how things might be implemented and when things should get done.
▪ Adapt to the social and political dynamics of each project scenario, not just to the job and project requirements.
▪ Accept that others may have stereotypes about who you are based on your physical and other traits, but prove yourself to them, despite their perceptions of you, by focusing on getting things done and delivering exceptional results.
Be curious, competent, other-centered, agile, respectful, supportive, and resilient.
Be clear on your objectives and your cause, but flexible about how things might be implemented and when things should get done.
Adapt to the social and political dynamics of each project scenario, not just to the job and project requirements.
Accept that others may have stereotypes about who you are based on your physical and other traits, but prove yourself to them, despite their perceptions of you, by focusing on getting things done and delivering exceptional results.

Communication is key.

▪ Listen to what is said and what is not said to understand how to best navigate challenges and opportunities.
▪ Know your audience - what's important to them, how they would best respond to you.
▪ Know your values, your brand, your unique value-add, and be consistent in communicating them.
Listen to what is said and what is not said to understand how to best navigate challenges and opportunities.
Know your audience - what's important to them, how they would best respond to you.
Know your values, your brand, your unique value-add, and be consistent in communicating them.

Lean on others.

▪ Build relationships and support networks which would help you better understand opportunities and challenges.
Build relationships and support networks which would help you better understand opportunities and challenges.

Grow those around you.

▪ Facilitate the growth of those around you, and keep raising the bar for all.
▪ Have the grace to be kind and supportive of others, for you never know what we are each navigating.
Facilitate the growth of those around you, and keep raising the bar for all.
Have the grace to be kind and supportive of others, for you never know what we are each navigating.

Our esteemed panelists invited us all to keep reaching for stars, daring to be a bigger version of ourselves, even if we have to be one of the onlys.

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FrontLineManagersOnline

About FountainBlue's Front Line Managers Online Series

FountainBlue's Semi-Monthly Front Line Managers Online series features a panel discussion of HR, product, engineering and business leaders, presenting on leadership and innovation topics of interest to front line managers. Our meetings feature interactive conversations on topics raised by our corporate partners and the larger FountainBlue network.
Below are remaining 2022 Front Linda Managers Online programs are listed below, all taking place from 11:50 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

▪ Making Decisions That Count, October 7, 2022
▪ Change Management Best Practices, October 21, 2022
▪ The Gift of Gratitude, November 4, 2022
▪ Open Hearts, Open Minds, December 2, 2022
▪ Visioning Program for Sponsors and Speakers, December 13, 2022
Making Decisions That Count, October 7, 2022
Change Management Best Practices, October 21, 2022
The Gift of Gratitude, November 4, 2022
Open Hearts, Open Minds, December 2, 2022
Visioning Program for Sponsors and Speakers, December 13, 2022

2023 Front Line Managers Online programs, all scheduled from 11:50 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. PST

▪ A People-First Mindset, January 13, 2023
▪ Honing Your Leadership Style, February 10, 2023
▪ The VUCA Reality - It's Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous, March 10, 2023
▪ Resolving Conflict When Stakes are High, April 7, 2023
▪ Leveraging Data to Make Decisions, May 5, 2023
▪ Empowerment and Engagement Best Practices, June 9, 2023
▪ Building Your Emotional Intelligence, July 7, 2023
▪ Making Decisions that Count, August 4, 2023
▪ Negotiating for a Win-Win, September 1, 2023
▪ Embracing an Agility Mindset, October 6, 2023
▪ The Gift of Gratitude, November 3, 2023
▪ Visioning Program for Sponsors and Speakers, December 1, 2023
A People-First Mindset, January 13, 2023
Honing Your Leadership Style, February 10, 2023
The VUCA Reality - It's Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous, March 10, 2023
Resolving Conflict When Stakes are High, April 7, 2023
Leveraging Data to Make Decisions, May 5, 2023
Empowerment and Engagement Best Practices, June 9, 2023
Building Your Emotional Intelligence, July 7, 2023
Making Decisions that Count, August 4, 2023
Negotiating for a Win-Win, September 1, 2023
Embracing an Agility Mindset, October 6, 2023
The Gift of Gratitude, November 3, 2023
Visioning Program for Sponsors and Speakers, December 1, 2023

2023 Front Line Managers Online programs, for international time zones

▪ Managing Up, Down and Sideways, January 27, 2023, 4-5 p.m. PST - optimized for Asia timezone
▪ The Need for Speed, April 21, 2023, 8-9 a.m. PST - optimized for Europe timezone
Managing Up, Down and Sideways, January 27, 2023, 4-5 p.m. PST - optimized for Asia timezone
The Need for Speed, April 21, 2023, 8-9 a.m. PST - optimized for Europe timezone

For more information about our Front Line Managers programs, visit www.whenshespeaks.com/frontline.
Notes from our discussions are available online at http://fountainblue.blog/category/front-line-managers/.

Notes from Last Month's Front Line Managers Online Programs

FountainBlue's September 2 Front Line Managers Online program on the topic of 'Performance Management Best Practices'.

Please join me in thanking our panelists.

▪ as an HR Leader - Kerry Perryman, Samsung Research America
▪ as a People Leader - Jennifer Exum, Gig Talent Collective
▪ as a Product Leader - Sam Gupta, Pure Storage
as an HR Leader - Kerry Perryman, Samsung Research America
as a People Leader - Jennifer Exum, Gig Talent Collective
as a Product Leader - Sam Gupta, Pure Storage

Our passionate and seasoned panelists offered courageous, direct, and kind advice on how to better manage performance and bring out the best in people. Although they represented a wide breadth of experience and backgrounds, our panelists agreed on the following best practices:

Be Strategic

▪ Align objectives across the organization, products and teams.
▪ Leverage influencing skills to manage a host of stakeholders with the goal of delivering measurable results which fit performance objectives.
▪ Understand the motivations of the various stakeholders and keep this in mind as you manage performance for the overall team.
▪ Take a holistic view of individual, group and company performance, rather than counting on snapshots of detailed data which may be taken out of context.
▪ Encourage the team to be plan-ful about their work, without being rigid; to be agile about their work while adhering to requirements, standards, processes and protocols.
Align objectives across the organization, products and teams.
Leverage influencing skills to manage a host of stakeholders with the goal of delivering measurable results which fit performance objectives.
Understand the motivations of the various stakeholders and keep this in mind as you manage performance for the overall team.
Take a holistic view of individual, group and company performance, rather than counting on snapshots of detailed data which may be taken out of context.
Encourage the team to be plan-ful about their work, without being rigid; to be agile about their work while adhering to requirements, standards, processes and protocols.

Communication is Key

▪ Engage in ongoing, constructive, data-based conversations around feedback.
▪ Consistently communicate performance standards and execute to those standards.
▪ Consistently think, speak and act in a way which inspires trust, informs transparently, and invites engagement.
▪ Make conversations direct and specific, but not personal.
Engage in ongoing, constructive, data-based conversations around feedback.
Consistently communicate performance standards and execute to those standards.
Consistently think, speak and act in a way which inspires trust, informs transparently, and invites engagement.
Make conversations direct and specific, but not personal.

Collaborate, Connect and Inspire

▪ While it's important to oversee the performance of their own teams, it's also important to collaborate with other stakeholders to deliver exceptional results.
▪ Look not just at where employees are, but also where they'd like to go, and support them in that journey.
While it's important to oversee the performance of their own teams, it's also important to collaborate with other stakeholders to deliver exceptional results.
Look not just at where employees are, but also where they'd like to go, and support them in that journey.

Be Positive and Proactive

▪ Find a positive and constructive way to manage performance, rather than adopting strategies which may (inadvertently or intentionally) pit people against each other.
▪ Take the opportunities to praise and reward good performance and strategize on how to make the good behaviors and outcomes even better.
▪ Invite and reward a mindset of growth and curiosity.
Find a positive and constructive way to manage performance, rather than adopting strategies which may (inadvertently or intentionally) pit people against each other.
Take the opportunities to praise and reward good performance and strategize on how to make the good behaviors and outcomes even better.
Invite and reward a mindset of growth and curiosity.

As we look at the paradigm shift to a new version of normal, we must also realize that the way we manage and oversee performance must also shift, given the new realities of the workplace.

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September 16 Front Line Managers Online program on the topic of 'The Why Before the What Before the How'

as a People Leader - Ruth Radford, Lam Research
as a Program Leader - Sam Gupta, Pure Storage
as an Engineering Leader - Pooja Agrawal, Renesas

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This week's panelists spoke eloquently and passionately about their whys and provided practical and effective strategies to align everyone to a purpose, while delivering on results (the whats and the hows). Below is a compilation of their best practices.

Respect Everyone's Contributions
* Allow people to collaborate and deliver their portion of the deliverable, while aligning everyone to the client objectives and project purpose.
* Welcome people from different backgrounds to contribute.
* Resist the urge to more efficiently do a task yourself, and respect that others have different strategies which may also work.

Connect and Reframe
* Connect people from different backgrounds, roles and mindsets with each other, aligning on the same purpose and contributing toward a common goal.
* Help uber-technical people see the bigger picture, the larger solution.
* Invite technical people to explain how a technology or process better serves the customer so that you can make a business case for support and resources.
* See the WHY from all angles so that you can communicate the version of the WHY which would motivate each stakeholder.

Overcome Resistance
* Conversations around the Why sometimes meet resistance, especially if change is required. Objections might include problems with the what or the how, or even challenging the strategy or requesting validation that it will work.
* Continue to have direct conversations around the why, focusing on the corporate mission and values and direct customer requirements helps address objections.
* Lobby for the resources and support to enable cross-functional teams to collaborate and deliver quality results.
* Communicate the need to accelerate the pace of business, align behind core values, deliver on results, and adopt new skills and knowledge.

Plan Well, While Also Embracing Agility
* Be clear on objectives and create plans which mitigate risks, especially risks that are likely to happen, or those which would be disastrous if they should happen.

The bottom line is that in this world of great change, leaders and companies must rally behind a 'WHY' and deliver WHAT customers are looking for, in a WAY which is efficient, effective and sustainable.

VIPRoundtable

FountainBlue's Invitation-Only VIP Roundtables

About FountainBlue's VIP Roundtables

Launched in December 2015, FountainBlue convenes executive leaders in monthly conversations on innovation and market trends. This invitation-only event is designed for senior executives and facilitates connections between peers in the context of sharing best practices on today's hottest opportunities and challenges.

Our executives in attendance have consistently remarked on the breadth and depth of ideas introduced and the quality of the connections made through participation in the series. See our notes from all our past roundtable at https://fountainblue.wordpress.com/category/vip/.

Our draft plans for 2022 programs are listed below, all conducted online from 7:50 - 9:00 a.m. PST.

▪ Automation Use Cases, October 14, 2022, hosted by IBM
▪ Data is the New Black, November 11, 2022, hosted by Renesas
▪ Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, December 10, 2022, hosted by Analog
Automation Use Cases, October 14, 2022, hosted by IBM
Data is the New Black, November 11, 2022, hosted by Renesas
Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, December 10, 2022, hosted by Analog

2023 VIP Roundtable Programs - all held online from 7:50 - 9:00 a.m. PST

▪ Data Meets Healthcare, January 20, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Supply Chain Optimization, February 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Innovating on the Edge, March 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Leading Industry 4.0, April 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions, May 12, 2023, hosted by Honda
▪ The Future of Work, June 9, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Balancing Privacy, Security and Access, July 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ AR/VR Immersion Experiences, August 11, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ FoodTech and AgTech Innovations, September 8, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Hyper-Automation Use Cases, October 13, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Data is the New Black, November 10, 2023, hosted by tbd
▪ Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, December 8, 2023, hosted by tbd
Data Meets Healthcare, January 20, 2023, hosted by tbd
Supply Chain Optimization, February 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
Innovating on the Edge, March 17, 2023, hosted by tbd
Leading Industry 4.0, April 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions, May 12, 2023, hosted by Honda
The Future of Work, June 9, 2023, hosted by tbd
Balancing Privacy, Security and Access, July 14, 2023, hosted by tbd
AR/VR Immersion Experiences, August 11, 2023, hosted by tbd
FoodTech and AgTech Innovations, September 8, 2023, hosted by tbd
Hyper-Automation Use Cases, October 13, 2023, hosted by tbd
Data is the New Black, November 10, 2023, hosted by tbd
Smart Buildings, Smart Cities, December 8, 2023, hosted by tbd

For more information, visit http://whenshespeaks.com/vip.

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ARVRExperience

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Notes from Last Month's VIP Roundtable Online Meeting

FountainBlue's September 9 VIP Roundtable was on the topic of 'AR/VR Immersion Solutions', with opening remarks by NVIDIA. Please join me in thanking our executives in attendance for their remarks and input.

FountainBlue's September 9 VIP Roundtable was on the topic of 'AR/VR Immersion Solutions', with opening remarks by NVIDIA.

Our executives in attendance represented a wide range of roles, backgrounds and industries, but they share an enthusiasm for the many real-life opportunities around AR/VR immersion solutions.

Our executives spoke about how AR/VR immersion solutions have facilitated the design of new products and solutions, provided in-depth experiential training for thousands, ensured compliance and security for robots and workers, optimized manufacturing floors and processes, and provided customer support.

They spoke of a turning point in the industry, expecting broad and wide adoption. Below is a summary of their suggestions and recommendations for leaders adopting AR/VR solutions.

▪ Ensure that your solutions are compliant and secure, scalable and available.
▪ AR/VR solutions have applications across industries - aerospace, automotive, healthcare, industrial automation, construction, and many more.
▪ Plan for the business cases and practical applications around AR/VR, particularly for enterprise customers
▪ Customers experiencing high-risk scenarios, even if that happens in low volume would benefit from simulations and training to help mitigate those risks.
▪ Customers that will experience an activity in high volume would benefit from training and simulation which provides medium to high gain.
Ensure that your solutions are compliant and secure, scalable and available.
AR/VR solutions have applications across industries - aerospace, automotive, healthcare, industrial automation, construction, and many more.
Plan for the business cases and practical applications around AR/VR, particularly for enterprise customers
Customers experiencing high-risk scenarios, even if that happens in low volume would benefit from simulations and training to help mitigate those risks.
Customers that will experience an activity in high volume would benefit from training and simulation which provides medium to high gain.

Our executives also spoke to the challenges for implementing AR/VR immersion solutions.

▪ The combination of hardware and software poses cultural, technical, operational and other challenges for the internal teams charged with implementation.
▪ There are many exciting use cases and business cases, but it's hard to focus on the lowest-hanging fruit - the easiest solutions to implement for a target audience with the greatest need, and willing and able to pay for it.
The combination of hardware and software poses cultural, technical, operational and other challenges for the internal teams charged with implementation.
There are many exciting use cases and business cases, but it's hard to focus on the lowest-hanging fruit - the easiest solutions to implement for a target audience with the greatest need, and willing and able to pay for it.

The bottom line is that AR/VR immersion solutions will be inevitably adopted as it will help 1) better innovate and collaborate, 2) plan-fully mitigate risks 3) efficiently deliver support and services, 4) save money.

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FountainBlue

About FountainBlue

FountainBlue is a management consultancy which provides executive coaching, start-up advisory and change management consulting services to tech leaders in corporations and start-ups in Silicon Valley and beyond.

For More Information:

▪ about FountainBlue's When She Speaks and Front Line Managers Online programs, visit whenshespeaks.com and whenshespeaks.com/frontline
▪ about FountainBlue's executive coaching services including testimonials, visit whenshespeaks.com/coaching
▪ about FountainBlue's strategic advisory services, visit https://fountainblue.biz/consulting/
▪ about FountainBlue's change management consulting services, visit https://whenshespeaks.com/change/
▪ about Linda Holroyd, visit https://whenshespeaks.com/linda/ or https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindaholroyd/
about FountainBlue's When She Speaks and Front Line Managers Online programs, visit whenshespeaks.com and whenshespeaks.com/frontline
about FountainBlue's executive coaching services including testimonials, visit whenshespeaks.com/coaching
about FountainBlue's strategic advisory services, visit https://fountainblue.biz/consulting/
about FountainBlue's change management consulting services, visit https://whenshespeaks.com/change/
about Linda Holroyd, visit https://whenshespeaks.com/linda/ or https://www.linkedin.com/in/lindaholroyd/

Until We Next Connect

We hope to include you at the next When She Speaks, advising and consulting needs.

Until we next connect,

Linda Holroyd
Founder and CEO, FountainBlue
Organizer, When She Speaks, Front Line Managers Online, and VIP Roundtable Series
Change Management Consultant, Executive Coach, Start-up Adviser

 
 
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