On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Matt Boyer CEO/Founder Zylter
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We talk about the following
USMA Prep School.
4th Industrial Revolution.
Importance of having an advisory team.
Matt Boyer is the founder and CEO for Zylter, a Seattle-based tech strategy firm that merges analysis, strategy and design to guide strategic development andadoption of emerging technology. Matt work closely with a diverse set of early-stage Tech Builders and enterprise Tech Seekers to guide design and adoption of emerging technologies that enable the Future of Work and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, to include autonomous ground vehicles, unmanned aerial systems, extended reality (XR) and artificial intelligence (AI).
Prior to founding Zylter, Matt spent seven years’ as a research leader for the RAND Corporation where he led strategic studies to guide adopt ion of emerging technologies for the U.S. Army, U.S. Special Operations Command and other Dependent of Defense organizations. Matt led studies to guide development of U.S. Army Leader-Follower and Squad Multi-Purpose Equipment Transport (SMET) autonomous vehicle programs. Matt holds a Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy and Master’s degrees in Urban Planning and
Public Administration from the University of North Carolina. Matt also brings significant practical experience as an Army Cavalry officer and enlisted soldier.
Recently Zylter launch its Tech Strategy Tool Kit to provide a set of over 70practical methods and resources. The Tool Kit is currently applied by the Zylter team to deliver scalable tech strategy and is also applied by Tech Builder startups, such as Talespin Reality Labs, to offer tech adoption strategy consulting to their clients. Matt is excited about Zylter’s continuing growth and ongoing plan to scale its unique blend of analysis, strategy and design.
I have the gift of free advice and help and discussions. I'm happy to just like we were just offer knowledge. Then you can take the part of it that. is valuable or you think is valuable and move on with it and the part that's not leave it.
But we work with a lot of early stage companies, we do strategy, we do analysis for early stage companies. So I think we're in a pretty good position of helping people think through that, helping them put together their information and thoughts in a way that they could start to build consensus, build, support, financial and otherwise.
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The transition we're seeing with emerging technologies and workforce future. My biggest concern is not about technology. Technology's going to progress. But my biggest concern is how are we taking care of a significant portion of our population that is going to be disenfranchised? Not intentionally, but they're going to be disenfranchised. What are the rungs on the ladder of social mobility that we're going to give? Because right now, I would argue, from my experience and talking to other people and looking around that we have not done a good enough job of giving people a way up.
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