Welcome to RGA's ChangeMaker Podcast series. This series of short recordings features some of the brightest executives working in American business today talking about the changes they are working to bring to their industries. These are the leaders that will define the economic future of our country.

American industrialists were among the first to bring consistent innovation to business operations. In fact, the stories about our country's coming of age in the early years of the 20th Century are overflowing with innovative ideas that simply could not be contained.

After we transitioned into an information-based service society, it seemed that innovation became harder to define and therefore more difficult to harness. The fact that innovation, by definition, involves change makes it even more difficult to embrace for a workforce that no longer succeeds or fails on the quality of their work.

And yet, there are those that still believe in the pursuit of innovation and quality, treating them like requisites for success. Since that is also our philosophy at RGA Public Relations, we wanted to offer a platform for these executives to share their thoughts about change and innovation. While some of these executives are our friends and clients, many are not.

If you are passionate about positive change and creating innovation in your industry, we invite you to be a guest on our show. Contact us for more information.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Phil Hall, senior editor, National Mortgage Professional

Phil Hall has been a financial services journalist for 25 years.

He is currently a columnist for Progress in Lending and a senior editor for National Mortgage Professional.

He was previously the editor of and the magazines Secondary Marketing Executive and Servicing Management, an associate editor for the ABA Banking Journal, and a marketing columnist for Credit Union News.

In this podcast, Hall talks about the only thing the mortgage industry has to fear now.

Related Links:

Progress in Lending
National Mortgage Professional

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