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Trader Joe’s CIO Dr. Ron Glickman joins The Breakthrough Podcast to Discuss Leadership, Innovation, and Technology Transformation

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Theorem, LLC, an innovation and engineering firm, specializing in custom software development, today announced The Breakthrough, a technology podcast produced by the Theorem team and hosted by their VP of Operations, Alison Dean.

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In the first episode of The Breakthrough, host Alison Dean sits down with Dr. Ron Glickman, CIO of Trader Joe’s. (Photo: Business Wire)

In the first episode of The Breakthrough, host Alison Dean sits down with Dr. Ron Glickman, CIO of Trader Joe’s. (Photo: Business Wire)

Embracing the new paradigm, that “all companies are becoming technology companies,The Breakthrough series will feature respected technology leaders across a variety of industries from organizations in both the private and public sectors.

In the first episode of The Breakthrough, host Alison Dean sits down with Dr. Ron Glickman, CIO of Trader Joe’s. Dr. Glickman delves into his experience leading transformational change projects and how he envisions grocery shopping in the future. He also shares tips and his methodology on how to create a powerful breakthrough, and how to push past the boundaries of what is currently possible.

“Making breakthroughs happen within a team requires alignment and trust,” said Dr. Glickman. “When you can get your own ego to the side, you empower people, you build trust, you engender and foster loyalty, and all of a sudden things start to happen and you can make these breakthroughs happen.”

Tune into The Breakthrough to hear Ron’s perspective on what it takes to achieve the seemingly impossible.

Subscribe to The Breakthrough to hear more from technology and innovation leaders on breakthrough.theorem.co and be sure to follow us on @Breakthrupod.

About Theorem

Theorem, LLC is an innovation and engineering firm that builds custom software for companies making bold bets to stay ahead. Through research, lean design, and agile delivery, we make great user experiences accessible to the enterprise. Founded in 2007, Theorem’s global cross-functional development teams drive technology, process, and cultural transformation. To learn more about how we enable ambitious leaders to build better software visit www.theorem.co or follow @TheoremCo.