A multi-media content and podcast series.
Exploring innovative tech and ideas, the future of mobility, and other timely topics.
Meet podcast host Mike Katz.
Mike Katz is the President of the T-Mobile Business Group, where he leads all marketing, sales, operations, IoT, and business development for the organization, as well as for T-Mobile's wholesale and wireline businesses. In other words, if it has anything to do with B2B at T-Mobile, it rolls up through Mike.
Season 3: Future of Business with Enterprise Executives.
Episode 18: John Stanton
5G and other technologies are changing the way baseball is played and consumed. Wireless pioneer and owner of the Seattle Mariners, John Stanton chats with Mike Katz, President of the T-Mobile Business Group, about the changes in wireless within the past 20 years, how 5G is up leveling the baseball experience, and, of course, some baseball talk.
Episode 17: Dr. Elizabeth Wako
Healthcare has adopted telehealth and telemedicine modules into their daily routines. Dr. Elizabeth Wako, Chief Executive of Swedish Seattle Hospitals, joins Mike Katz, President of the T-Mobile Business Group, to discuss wins in healthcare, technology, and future of telehealth.
Episode 16: Henry Schuck
Businesses require ways to help accurately identify next best steps in solving customer needs. Henry Schuck, Founder & CEO of ZoomInfo joins Mike Katz, President of the T-Mobile Business Group, to discuss go to market solutions in today’s digital world.
Episode 15: Jim Weaver
Without access to the internet for all, smart city concepts fail to benefit communities. North Carolina Secretary & State CIO, Jim Weaver and Mike Katz, President of T-Mobile Business Group, discuss 5G and connecting the under-connected.
Episode 14: Amy Coleman
Businesses are exploring hybrid work modules and return to work plans for employees. Amy Coleman, CVP of Human Resources & Corporate Functions at Microsoft, joins Mike Katz to discuss the future of hybrid work and how companies can foster stronger workplace cultures in this new normal.
Episode 13: Sri Shivananda
Digital currency is the future of commerce. Sri Shivananda, CTO at PayPal, joins Mike Katz to discuss digital payments, currency, and how 5G will impact and evolve financial technology.
Season 2: Diving Deep with Business Disruptors.
Learn more about how businesses adapt and evolve as they face challenges like never before.
Episode 12 (Bonus): Mike Sievert
T-Mobile CEO, Mike Sievert, sits down with Mike Katz to share his philosophy on risk-taking, how he’s navigated the challenges of merging with Sprint and becoming the new CEO in the middle of a pandemic. To close out the interview, Mike Sievert answers some questions from his Twitter followers.
Episode 11: Bobby Wagner
Six-time pro bowl selection and the star NFL linebacker and captain of the Seattle Seahawks, Bobby Wagner, talks to Mike Katz about how he got involved in business and entrepreneurship as a founding member and partner of Fuse Venture Partners.
Episode 9: Niko Medved
Coach Niko Medved, the Colorado State University men’s basketball team head coach, took on the challenge of rebuilding a culture. Coach Medved shares the attributes he looks for in people to help drive toward certain outcomes, and how he’s helping his players use their voices to effect positive change in their community.
Episode 8: Tony Thurmond
As the second African American California state superintendent and fourth to win statewide office, Tony Thurmond discusses why education is the greatest equalizer, what more needs to be done to bridge the schoolwork gap and digital divide, and how education plays a role in countering racism and bigotry.
Episode 7: Denise Dresser
All it takes is one idea to grow into a billion-dollar business. Denise Dresser, an EVP at Salesforce, was key to contributing to the company’s success. Hear from Denise on what it takes to become an effective business leader and what more needs to be done to foster gender equality in the workplace. Listen on:
Season 1: How Small Business Owners Redefined Their Markets Due to COVID-19 Closures.
As business models shift, see how these leaders redefined their markets and outputs.
Episode 4: Reuben’s Brews
When the world changed, Reuben's Brews quickly adapted to embrace a more virtual customer, from launching a podcast to creating virtual meeting backgrounds of their breweries. Hear more about how they pivoted in this discussion with founders Adam and Grace Robbings. Listen on: