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What makes a company sink or swim? Learn from the first-hand experience of devs and builders, SMB and start-up founders, leaders in cloud tech, and DigitalOcean experts, alongside your host Rachael Lewis-Krisky.

Introducing Making Work Work
September 13, 2022
Podcast: Episode 6
January 31, 2023 • 23 min 43 sec
Podcast: An Aha Moment 4
January 24, 2023 • 9 min 41 sec
Podcast: Episode 5
January 17, 2023 • 25 min 27 sec
Podcast: An Aha Moment 3
January 10, 2023 • 11 min 04 sec
Podcast: Episode 4
January 3, 2023 • 31 min 4 sec
Podcast: Bonus Episode
December 20, 2022 • 4 min 10 sec

About the host

Rachael Lewis-Krisky

Senior Multimedia Producer

Rachael Lewis-Krisky (she, her(s), they) is an award-winning producer who has worked for 15 years in video, audio, photography, and animation alike, creating compelling stories from across the world, such as boxing for a better life in Baltimore, Maryland; single motherhood in Cape Town, South Africa; and adoption for LGBTQ+ parents. At DigitalOcean, she produces content highlighting how small businesses use cloud technology to pursue their dreams. As the host of ‘Making Work Work,’ join Rachael as she learns all about the inner workings of technology, business, and innovation, right alongside you.

Making Work Work, DigitalOcean’s Podcast

In this entertaining and educational show, we dive deep into the daily life of product development, scenario planning, the future of tech, analysis of emerging markets, ESG priorities, and the impact of diverse experiences and perspectives on business. Learn and unlearn everything about work in the tech space—your workplace is, after all, much more than the product it sells.

This season, our guests include developer advocates, fresh and seasoned entrepreneurs, futurists, VPs, and C-suite executives. Together, we explore and challenge the “best” practices of people, processes, and products that make work work. All to answer that big question, what makes a company sink or swim?

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