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The Topic on the Mind of Every CEO and Board – Managed by Q Founder, Dan Teran

The Topic on the Mind of Every CEO and Board – Managed by Q Founder, Dan Teran

Update: 2020-09-22
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With the exception of cybersecurity (i.e. protecting remote employees), the topic on the minds of nearly every enterprise CEO and board these days is…wait for it…Workplace Management. Today’s guest is Dan Teran, founder of Managed by Q – a leading workplace management technology platform, which was sold to WeWork last year.

We are all social animals – sitting in front of a computer at home isn’t the same as engaging and creating together in a physical environment.

Having said that, the old way of “doing office” is probably dead.

The WeWorks and Reguses of the world used to be the exclusive domain of small and medium businesses. Now, there is a generational opportunity for large enterprises to be relieved of their big leases and explore the flexibility and scale enjoyed by the SMBs – imagine a large enterprise having a single dashboard view into all of the goings-on across multiple locations…and having all vendors and contractors handled through a single source.

You can see why this is on the mind of every large enterprise.

Dan and I cover this in more detail and also discuss his raising $100m for Managed by Q – and why this isn’t always necessary for young companies. We also discuss the ability to be anti-fragile in this environment, Dan's view on the Gig Economy vs. the Passion Economy…and his year-round surfing habits on Rockaway Beach just outside of NYC.

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The Topic on the Mind of Every CEO and Board – Managed by Q Founder, Dan Teran

The Topic on the Mind of Every CEO and Board – Managed by Q Founder, Dan Teran

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