In this episode, Josh and Ian speak with U.S. Navy veteran Grant Owens about war and the military industrial complex. They talk about the power of the U.S. military and its naval force, capitalism and the influence of China on the global economy, the difference between the Navy and other branches of the military, the selective service, the global threat from China and Russia, the war in Afghanistan and how technology has changed violent conflict, the amount of armed conflict the United States is involved in, military contracts and the percentage of the U.S. budget is spent on the Department of Defense, warrior culture and the heroism imposed on U.S. veterans, hazing and camaraderie in the military, the link between patriotism and nationalism, the necessity of the U.S. military in context with global threats, the humanitarian crises in North Korea and China, nuclear deterrents and energy independence, America's identity crisis and how the conservative far-right has high-jacked American exceptionalism, and other topics.Grant Owens was a five year U.S. Navy submariner, serving on the USS Albuquerque. He studied engineering at Portland State University. Grant is currently working as a mechanical engineer living in Portland, Oregon.Follow them on Twitter at:Josh @Simpsonj423Ian @modernovermanand the podcast @NBSPodcast1Website: https://www.necessarybspod.com/Recorded 1 July 2021Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/nbsproductions)
Strategy In A Large Digital Agency - Grant Owens, Strategy Boss
Sweathead, A Strategy Podcast
What do strategists do and where do they fit in a large digital agency?Based in New York, Grant Owens is Global Chief Strategy Officer of Critical Mass. He's had the role for over five years and that's after an eleven-year stint at Razorfish. In this episode, we discuss:- Organizing strategy activities in a large agency- How to effectively use "open office hours"You can find Grant here: https://twitter.com/grantowens**Find the book "Strategy Is Your Words" and 100 strategy classes at Sweathead here: http://www.sweathead.com
Grant Owens on the conditions that create disposable brands.
The Strategy Inside Everything
The brilliant Grant Owens joins Adam today to talk about turnover in brand. How the fail fast mantra has changed the way brands are approached and built by corporations, and the way they are considered or received by their intended customers. Finally an episode that didn't start as a Twitter thread! Grant joins us from Critical Mass where he is Chief Strategy Officer. Get full access to The Strategy Inside Everything at specific.substack.com/subscribe --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/adam-pierno/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adam-pierno/support
In this episode, I talk with Grant Owens, Chief Strategy Officer at Critical Mass, a digital experience design agency. We talk about the future of branding, beyond brand purpose, beyond labels, even beyond brands themselves. We talk about: Brand purpose Customer insights Digital experiences Brand strategy The future of branding How marketeers think to much in labels I would really apreciate a rating or review on Itunes. If you wish to get more insights on brand strategy, feel free to subscribe to my weekly newsletter on letstalkbranding.be
This is a conversation with Grant Owens, the Chief Strategy Officer at Critical Mass. They are a global experience design company with clients like GoDaddy, Rolex, AT&T, Nike, Jack Daniels, United and many more. Prior to that, he spent more than 10 years at Razorfish leading digital strategy for clients like Spotify, Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and Viacom. He is also an adjunct professor at NYU. Enjoy!
On Point - 72 - Conor Brady & Grant Owens of Critical Mass
2 Dope Boys & a Podcast
Critical Mass’ Conor Brady (Chief Creative Officer) and Grant Owens (Chief Strategy Officer) joins us in studio this week to discuss design, particularly with sound interfaces.@firstname.lastname@example.org