Corey Glickman on Smart Spaces
17 Sep 2019
Corey Glickman, Partner & Strategic Design Consulting Leader at Infosys, discusses Smart Spaces and the social, economic and environmental impact.
Hosted by Jeff Kavanaugh, VP and Head of the Infosys Knowledge Institute.
“If you're truly going to do things that are going to make a difference in areas such as sustainability and innovation, they have to be backed by real science and real engineering in order for them to really be effective and to be sound, so that it can expand and scale across.” Corey Glickman
Corey talks about his professional career and background
Corey talks about interesting things that he did prior to taking on his role at Infosys, in the strategic design consulting
Corey talks about his mentor one of the early pioneers of child television, PBS, Fred Rogers
Corey talks about his awards and design projects
Corey explains what smart spaces are
Corey gives an example of what Infosys did with their Mysore Campus
What are a small number of the most important benefits? Because people often think: “This is great! Probably good for the environment. Sounds pretty cool with all the technology and everything happening. But can it save money? Does it make business sense?” Corey highlights a couple examples of those metrics or KPIs and relates it.
What are the executives telling Corey as they're sharing with Corey their stories out there in the market, about the challenges they have in wanting to do this? And what are those few things that are helping them get past it, or get going on it? What are those barriers and what are the ways to overcome the barriers?
Corey talks about the impact for environmental and social progress, both in the emerging economies and some of the Western countries.
What's the biggest misconception about smart spaces?
Smart spaces make a lot of business sense. What about the impact socially and on the environment?
What's the best way they can find Corey online?