Terry Jones – Digital Disruptor & Founder of Travelocity
The Authentic Networker Podcast: Hosted By Richard Bliss Brooke
Best known for founding Travelocity.com and serving as founding Chairman of Kayak.com (later sold to Priceline for $1.8 billion), Terry Jones is one of the leading innovators and digital disruptors of our time. Terry began his career as a travel agent and spent 24 years at American Airlines in marketing and information technology, capping his career as Chief Information Officer of its SABRE division. While at SABRE, he led a team of six, working on a projectthat became Travelocity.com. He served as its CEO for seven years, transforming it into a public company with $3 billion in travel sales.
Terry Jones, How to Keep Succeeding in a Fast-Changing World - InnovaBuzz 422
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Terry Jones, a Digital Disruptor, an author, and a venture capitalist. He has founded five startups, with two billion dollar IPOs - Kayak and Travelocity. He has served on 17 corporate boards. His success has established him as a thought leader on innovation and disruption. As a speaker, author, venture capitalist and board member, Terry has been helping companies use the tools and techniques he has developed to keep succeeding in our fast-changing world.In our discussion, Terry talked to me about:Why the most important things for innovation, are taking risks, embracing failure and learning from failure, then iterating quicklyWhat looking at other industries and their practices can teach us about our ownHow to "own the edge" of your customers' journeys.Listen to the podcast to learn more.Show Notes and BlogThe Podcasts
Innovation and Disruption To Survive | Terry Jones
The Scale Up Show
Grab your Free Copy of “The 4 Biggest Mistakes That Stop Companies From 10X’ing Their Revenue” at https://www.scalerevenue.io/10xTerry Jones has become a powerful voice in the world of entrepreneurship through his numerous speaking engagements and the publication of his books, ON Innovation and Disruption Off. Terry is the Managing Principal of the consultancy, ON Inc. He has been on twenty boards over the years. Now, he is on five boards, and he is the holder of several patents. After leaving Travelocity, Terry figured out a great career for himself, where he could be a speaker and a board member. He also consulted for several years.For Terry, being curious is the key to success. Success, particularly in technology, is about being curious enough to put different pieces together in a new way to create more value.Culture and having a team of people who want change and drive innovation forward are vital. Those are the two most important parts of innovation. Creating a culture where you allow failure is critical. It is usually the project that fails- not the person. It is imperative to build a culture where you take a risk, be more agile, and make decisions quicker.During Covid, digital disruption accelerated. And new business models emerged. The companies that will be successful coming out of Covid will be the ones that understand that those disruptions are permanent. And get on board. Many companies are now writing contracts for outcomes. And subscriptions are on the rise.The new business models are supported by new technologies which are a combination of AI, 5G, and IoT. Those are technologies revolutionizing manufacture.Terry believes that new technologies combined with new business models are giving companies new life and new leverage. Selling outcomes involves finding out what your customer's goals are and then figuring out what you, as a salesperson, can do to get them there. Manufacturing is becoming componentized. Manufacturers are outsourcing parts of their factories to people selling various components. Then they are putting all the necessary components together for specific outcomes.When looking at innovation and disruption, the number one mistake that Terry sees companies making is that they tend to limit innovation. People need to be left to innovate. And then they need to celebrate their successes their failures.andAcceleration happens in companies where people feel okay about trying something out without any fear of it failing. Leaders always need to welcome and listen to any new ideas. They could even create incentive programs to encourage people to come up with new ideas. And circulate any new ideas widely within the company. Cloud-connected innovation with disparate products is driving everybody now-even consumer products.People in sales always need to keep looking for a new edge. And they need to remember that the old methods also work. Terry’s quotes:“I think what’s key is being curious.”“I’m always curious about new things.”“One of the great things about speaking as I do now, on disruption, is I speak to so many industries.” “Success, particularly in technology, is about being curious enough to put different pieces together in a new way to create more value.”“Culture and team are the two most important parts of innovation.”“Creating a culture where you allow failure is critical.”Links and resources:Terry Jones’s websiteTerry Jones’s books:ON InnovationDisruption OFFBooks mentioned:The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs by Carmine GalloThe Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs by Carmine GalloSupport the show: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryan-staley/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week Virginia and Taylor are joined by comedian Terry Jones to discuss everything from 4 hour sex sessions, planning out your asparagus, being a demisexual, taking someone’s virginity (knowingly and unknowingly), toxic relationships, isolating yourself and creating jealousy, cancelling creepy cartoons, the Lola Bunny redesign, & MORE. Enjoy the episode? Consider leaving your girls an Apple Podcast review! ;) Follow our guest Terry Jones! YouTube: https://youtube.com/c/tjonespoc Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tjonespoc TeamTerry: https://instagram.com/teamterrypro Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/0y4fRItz2KYAqcLM5oNAyE Luxe SkinCare: https://www.instagram.com/luxeskncare Come be our internet friends! Website: http://www.unratedunruly.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/unratedunruly Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/unratedunruly/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/unratedunruly YouTube: https://bit.ly/2ZyNAWq Follow Taylor! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tayfeli/ Follow Virginia! Twitter: https://twitter.com/LovelyVirginia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lovelyvirginia/ Get your Unrated Unruly Merch! Support ya girls! Remember to tag us and use the hashtag #unratedunruly in your merch pics! Unrated Unruly Merch Store
Ep 90 | Terry Jones - Retired Canadian Naval Submarine Captain, UN Peacekeeper, & Renowned Leader
The Weekly Call
Today we’re joined by Terry Jones: a man with an incredible track record of leadership over his 31 years in the military, of which, 12 were spent as the captain of a 70-man submarine crew. We brought Terry on to share some stories and give his perspective on the traits that make a great leader. His compassionate & relationship-focused approach to leadership roles is not what you'd expect to see in the military, but in the closed environment of a submarine (not dissimilar to a small business) this approach proved to be very effective for maintaining morale and group cohesion. It’s clear from this conversation that leadership is not a power that can be given to you with a job title. It is a power that you must earn over time by consistently proving your knowledge and earning the respect of others around you. The takeaways from this interview can be applied in all areas of your life, but most notably in the businesses that we all run and the various relationships we have to manage daily. Enjoy, and follow us on Instagram!--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theweeklycall/message
Terry Jones is a Digital Disruptor, an author, and a venture capitalist. He has founded five startups, with two billion-dollar IPOs - Kayak and Travelocity. He has served on 17 corporate boards. His success has established him as a thought leader on innovation and disruption. As a speaker, author, venture capitalist, and board member, Terry has been helping companies use the tools and techniques he has developed to keep succeed in our fast-changing world. Terry has presented in over 25 countries to 300+ companies, helping companies use the tools and techniques he’s developed to keep up with this rapidly changing world. His programs on innovation, leadership, and customer relationships are always thought-provoking, entertaining, and customized. Attendees walk away with inspired ideas and concrete action items to implement in their companies. Terry's book ON Innovation counters the management book tradition in which empty slogans take the place of actual thought. Terry gives his readers the benefit of hard-won insights he gained by creating multiple startups and working for some of the best mentors in corporate America. And he does so with a light hand and a wry sense of humor. You’ll come away from this book enriched, even if you just only dip into it in 10-minute snatches now and again. https://tbjones.com/
Terry Jones- innovator, disruptor and entrepreneur for two billion dollar start-up companies
Continuous Improvement 4 Life
Rick Heyland interviews Terry Jones who is an expert in business start-up, innovation and disruption. Terry has been involved in successfully launching over 10 business start-ups. His most famous ones were Travelocity and Kayak.
Episode 22 • 40 years of i-D with Terry Jones • The Modernist • Pin-Up • Quarantimes
The magCulture Podcast
Our first Podcast of 2021 is a special episode dedicated to i-D as it celebrates its 40th birthday. Jeremy Leslie talks to GQ editor Dylan Jones about his first job at i-D, then meets the magazine’s founder Terry Jones and his wife and collaborator Tricia.They discuss the start of Terry’s design career, working at Vogue, and the origins of i-D as a stapled zine, responding to what Terry saw on London’s streets as the liberation of the DIY punk years spilled over into new trends and tribes. We hear about the support the magazine received from Time Out’s Tony Elliott, its subsequent sale to Vice Media, and Terry’s ongoing work with the i-D archive.Jeremy also highlights recent issues of The Modernist, Pin-Up and Quarantimes.Big thanks to our friends at Park Communications for their support of this Podcast.Episode edited by Sam Williams
The National Defense Podcast, Episode #18: “Travelocity Founder Terry Jones”
The National Defense welcomes the founder of Travelocity.com and co-founder of Kayak.com, Terry Jones, to the show. Terry and Randy talk about his fascinating new book Disruption OFF: The Technological Disruption Coming for Your Company and What to Do About It and take a close look at how the pandemic has fundamentally changed the way that people interact, travel, and do business. In some cases, Terry feels the nature of some types of these interactions have been changed permanently.For more great content, visit us online at thenationaldefense.com Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today’s guest is Terry Jones, founder of Kayak and Travelocity, author of Disruption Off and Innovation On. Terry is a digital disruptor, and venture capitalist with a deep knowledge of what it takes to change and thrive in a changing industry. We discuss with Terry what thought leaders and keynote speakers who have been disrupted by COVID-19 should be thinking about. We explore methods to continue delivering content, examine why price should be protected even when delivering digital content, and what types of speakers might be hardest hit. If you are a speaker and thought leader wondering how to continue working, worrying about the future of large scale meetings, and the communities that host them this is a conversation you won’t want to miss. Three Key Takeaways: Thought leaders need to find a way to deliver quality digital productions from home. If the content of your thought leadership has not changed then the price should not be deeply slashed, even while delivering it remotely. Corporations will still want thought leadership, but you’ll have to be clear about the value you offer.