Noam Bardin – Stakeholder Agility: How to Create A Community of Ecosystem Partners
Noam has served as CEO of Waze since March 2009, building the company to become one of the world’s most talked-about startups through its acquisition by Google. Noam continues to lead the global Waze team within Google to help users around the world enjoy faster, safer drives. He also led the launch of Waze Carpool – the company’s carpooling initiative aimed at taking cars off the road to dramatically reduce traffic – which, in 2019 alone, reduced CO2 emissions equivalent to planting 420,000 trees. Waze fosters a community of over 140 million monthly active users and 500,000 volunteer map editors who work to improve the Waze experience and deliver the mission.
In this episode we spoke about how organizations partner with their stakeholders to create impact in their ecosystem. Hint: it’s about partnership and finding common goals. It’s also about how we understand and care for the needs of our ecosystem partners. Noam is a great story-teller, listen to the Waze story here.
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