The Future of Innovation
July 2, 2020
Podcast: The Future of Innovation. Insurance companies had the benefit of stability and reliable cash flows pre pandemic. Disruption, even if it was going to occur, was going to take a while. Is that still the case? How must innovation practices evolve in the industry to adapt to our new environment?
Featuring: Maria Ferrante-Schepis, President of Maddock Douglas, Innovation and Growth Consultancy out of Chicago, IL.
About Maria Ferrante-Schepis:
Maria’s mission is to help leaders shape their own future versus having it shaped for them by outside forces. She brings expertise from over 25 years work in the insurance and financial services industry.
For the last eight years at MD, Maria has worked in multiple roles driving client engagement and thought leadership as a speaker and author at MD. In her role as President, her mission is to help leaders in critical industries focused on supporting the health, lifestyle and mental well-being of the public. To read her full bio click here.
About the Host
Jon is an entrepreneur with a passion for solving problems through innovation. With over 15 years experience in the insurance industry, Cooper has held leadership roles spanning across technology, consulting and corporate development. Cooper holds a bachelor's degrees from The University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from The Wharton School, where he is a frequent lecturer, and was the recipient of three entrepreneurship awards.
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