As the CEO of Florham Park-based Conduent, Cliff Skelton is one of those executives with his finger on the pulse of the economy. The company, which was spun out of Xerox in 2017, is a business process services provider, handling such tasks as human resources, customer service and transaction processing for big companies and government entities. In the latest edition of NJBIZ Conversations, Editor Jeff Kanige spoke with Skelton about what he’s hearing from clients, what he expects for the rest of the year based on those conversations and how his experience as a pilot for the Navy’s Blue Angels Flight Demonstration Team shapes his approach to running the company. “In 75 years the team has done unbelievable things,” he said. And the reason they have been able to do unbelievable things is not because they have unbelievable pilots, although they have good pilots, but they have an unbelievable process. They have unbelievable training they have unbelievable discipline and they have unbelievable teamwork, and so they can fly 24 inches wing to canopy or fly upside down at 100 feet and 500 miles an hour. They can do all kinds of unbelievable things.” Watch the full interview HERE.