Data re-engineering plays a crucial role in successful ERP implementation. If not handled well, they can lead to implementation failure regardless of how good the technology or the new system may be. In this episode, our host Sam Gupta discusses the top 10 ERP data re-engineering candidates that demand careful consideration during your implementation journey. He also discusses why if you don't re-engineer these datasets, they might drive even more complications with the new system, especially with the cloud, as the customizations that may have been possible with on-prem may no longer be possible with the cloud.For more information on growth strategies for SMBs using ERP and digital transformation, visit our community at wbs. rocks or elevatiq.com. To ensure that you never miss an episode of the WBS podcast, subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform.
In this week's Security Sprint, Dave and Andy talked about the following topics. Security Planning CISA: New Product - Protecting Houses of Worship: Perimeter Security Considerations Infographic. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) released the Protecting Houses of Worship: Perimeter Security Considerations Infographic. CISA: Security Planning Workbook. Security Planning Workbook (PDF) DHS: This #SeeSayDay Take the Pledge to Protect Your Community If You See Something, Say Something® #SeeSayDay. Selected FB reports: Statement from President Joe Biden on Yom Kippur Synagogues brace for bomb threats, ‘swatting' attacks as Yom Kippur begins Escambia County church a 'total loss' after overnight fire Bomb Threat Forces Evacuation at Screening of John MacArthur's ‘The Essential Church' at G3 National Conference Anne Arundel police announce arrests in three hate bias cases at area churches FBI WARNED SIKHS IN THE U.S. ABOUT DEATH THREATS AFTER KILLING OF CANADIAN ACTIVIST INVITATION: Protecting Places of Worship Weeks of Action Virtual Events + DHS Resources Bomb threats target US synagogues during Rosh Hashanah West Virginia Man Admits to Obstructing Tree of Life Trial TikTok Shoplifting Threats. https://www.the-sun.com/news/9148713/retail-chains-tiktok-videos-shoplifting-warning-employees/ Jen Walker, Superstar, and Ransomware Resilience Congratulations to our 2023 SC Media Women in IT Security honorees. “Today SC Media shines a spotlight on 20 business leaders as part of our 2023 Women in IT Security program. Thank you to SC Media for recognizing Gate 15's very excellent Jennifer Lyn Walker in the 2023 Women in IT Security list‼️ Private Public Partnership. FBI Director Christopher Wray Speaks at 2023 mWISE Cybersecurity Conference. Cyberspace Solarium Commission's (CSC's) 2023 Annual Report on Implementation. Key Takeaways from the 2023 Security Summit Hosted at the Fortinet Championship. Ransomware. House Oversight Committee: Combating Ransomware Attacks MGM Resorts are operating ‘normally' after hacks, sort of TribalNet: Cyber experts wrap up MGM hack at San Diego conference. The MGM Breach and the Role of IdP in Modern Cyber Attacks TribalNet: Gaming tech exec says it's time finally to talk about cybersecurity MGM vs. Caesars: Cybersecurity Expert Rates Hacking Responses PhilHealth hit by Medusa ransomware, aims for site restoration by Monday Ransomware group claimed to have hit a New Jersey cardiology group. Did they? Growing Ransomware Threats: Looming Danger for ICS, Industrial Companies Morroco disaster scams / misinformation on social media, scams The Gate 15 Interview: Malicious Info Operations & MDM, the Space Sector, supply chain resilience, the City of Light, and nudging the world in a better direction. Misinformation research is buckling under GOP legal attacks GOP legal attacks create a chilling effect on misinformation research The Rise of Generative AI and the Coming Era of Social Media Manipulation 3.0 Quick Hits: Perspective: Homeland Security and the Shutdown Threat: Planning for an Unnecessary Contingency Alarm bells ring as lawmakers prep for possible shutdown U.S. braces for calamitous, costly government shutdown in eight days IT-ISAC: Cyber experts set out plan to secure crucial 2024 US election Health-ISAC QR Codes. https://www.aha.org/h-isac-white-reports/2023-09-19-h-isac-tlp-white-observed-increase-qr-code-phishing-attacks-september-19-2023 Harmonization of Cyber Incident Reporting to the Federal Government. El Nino winter. https://www.cnn.com/2023/09/25/weather/el-nino-winter-us-climate/index.html
This week Jeff Kushmerek joins Jeff Breunsbach to talk about the difference between onboarding and implementation Onboarding Implementation Ongoing Finite Period Measurement - Time to Value Measurement - Time to Launch No handoffs Multiple handoffs Jeff K. shares his insights into how to handle the differing needs of Implementation in a way that supports the customer's goals, the metrics needed to be measured, and the outcomes that need to be defined. -- Gain Grow Retain exists to connect people, knowledge, and ideas to advance the state of customer success. We're on a mission to connect B2B SaaS customer success leaders so that we can learn from one another. Check out more at GainGrowRetain.com! Or follow our GGR LinkedIn page. GGR was co-founded by Jeff Breunsbach and Jay Nathan - be sure to follow for customer success content.
This is a podcast devoted entirely to going deep into what exactly C8 triglyceride is, why you would, and how you should use it. From how it affects your metabolism by creating ketones within 15 minutes of consuming it, why it can help one loose weight, make you feel more energetic, to helping with epilepsy. This is a much overlooked fat to add to your ketogenic diet. Whether it's for weight loss, energy, or athletic performance C8 is very helpful. Links:Recent studies Dr. Cunnane was involved with that he mentioned Ketogenic Medium Chain Triglycerides Increase Brain Energy Metabolism in Alzheimer's Disease. Emulsification Increases the Acute Ketogenic Effect and Bioavailability of Medium-Chain Triglycerides in Humans: Protein, Carbohydrate, and Fat Metabolism. A short-term intervention combining aerobic exercise with medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) is more ketogenic than either MCT or aerobic exercise alone: a comparison of normoglycemic and prediabetic older women. —————————COME SAY HI!!! —————————— Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ ---OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ---Labs, Research and cooking, Implementation www.ketonaturopathmembers.com Weekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB group BLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopath YYouTube channel www.youtube.com/ketonaturopath Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodes Our Youtube Podcasts https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channel Keto Naturopath Kitchen https://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge —————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10 How we use the Fora 6 Meter https://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM ————WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE—————Strategene https://bit.ly/3iqCfka ——————————WHERE WE GET YOUR LABS DONE—————https://www.UltaLabTests.com/ketonaturopath ————————— WHERE WE BUY OUR SUPPLEMENTS ——————https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/drgoldkamp/signupWhy get a Fullscript account to get your supplements?? 1. They have more brands than anywhere else to choose from; 2. Their prices are 20 -50% lower than anywhere else; compare and you'll see 3. This is where most physicians have their account 4. Been in existence for nearly 30 years working with physicians and health practitioners
Jeffrey Choppin from the University of Rochester discusses the article, "The role of instructional materials in the relationship between the official curriculum and the enacted curriculum," published by Mathematical Thinking and Learning, Volume 24. Co-authors: Amy Roth McDuffie, Corey Drake, Jon Davis Article URL: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10986065.2020.1855376 Jeff's Professional Webpage: https://www.warner.rochester.edu/directory/jeffrey-choppin List of episodes of the Math Ed Podcast
Welcome to another episode of Expert To Authority Show, brought to you by http://gtex.org.uk/, I am your host, Simone Vincenzi, The Experts Strategist, and this is the podcast for experts who want to become the ultimate authority in their niche while making an impact in the world. We have created the Webinar Conversion Kit where you will get access to: The High-Converting Webinar Framework BONUS #1: High-Converting Webinar Slide Template BONUS #2: Pitch and Follow Up Templates BONUS #3: High Converting Webinars Case Studies BONUS #4: Our Trello Webinar Checklist All of this for only £29.99 for a limited period of time. Click here to download. https://webinarconversionkit.com/ Today I have the pleasure to Interview Melissa Hughes A self-made millionaire by 31, Melissa Hughes is the founder of the Live Rich. Spread Wealth. Global Movement, which is changing the lives of businesspeople worldwide. She is a master business coach, best-selling author, international speaker, and consultant. Her mission: to help entrepreneurs and individuals at large companies to accomplish their business goals (including massive profits) while staying connected to their authentic self, transforming the world, and creating lives of limitless abundance. Known as The Guru of Implementation®, Melissa's success, and that of her clients, is a result of her practical, proven systems for business and life success. Her clients include companies like Microsoft, Motorola, ESPN, and globally recognized speaker Lisa Nichols, star of the hit film, The Secret, as well as small start-ups and individuals. Large corporations around the world hire Melissa to advise them on projects and initiatives to the tune of $20 million, and she specializes in helping to ensure culture, communication, project scope, and implementation are successful across divisions, departments, and business units. Melissa is a dynamic, transformative speaker who has presented to companies and at entrepreneurial events, conferences, universities, and associations throughout the U.S. and in Ukraine, Dubai, Costa Rica, Canada, Bali, Tokyo, and Amsterdam, to name a few. In this episode, we talk about The power of meditation and setting Intentions for businesswomen and entrepreneurs Unlocking success and balance Finding strength and purpose in a divisive World Connect with Melissa Hughes Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melissa-lisa-hughes-mha-pmp-37147742/ Website: https://melissahughes.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheGuruOfImplementation?_rdc=1&_rdr Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iammelissahughes/ To become a GTeX Member, Apply here: https://gtex.events/call ------- To receive daily support in your coaching and speaking business, join our private Facebook Group EXPLODE YOUR EXPERT BIZ https://www.facebook.com/groups/explodeyourexpertbiz/ ------- Take a full business assessment for free to have absolute clarity on your business with the EXPERT BIZ CHECKLIST. http://bit.ly/expert-biz-checklist-podcast ------ Also, make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss any other episode. If you want to reach out to me with your questions, you can email me at Simone@gtex.org.uk that comes right to my inbox. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/explode/message
When it comes to marketing, a key element to success lies in a clear division between the person that is actually leading your marketing efforts, the one that is creating the strategy and the plan, and those people that are actually doing the work that are executing the plan, the implementation. Many businesses make common missteps that I will share with you today so that you don't have to make those same mistakes. If you are actively investing and marketing your business, this is an episode you do not want to miss.
Key takeaways:As mentioned the last two times, at the start, it's more important to start measuring something than it is to measure the right things. Do NOT let analysis paralysis hold you back. Start measuring early to figure out what actually matters and that will also change over time.Similarly, your success metric measurement framework will probably suck to start. Oh well, get to measuring.Use fitness functions. Episode #95 with Dave Colls covers a lot on this.Data mesh really is a journey and your success measurement will be too. You will need to find small and simple ways to measure. Don't get bogged down. Your measurements will be rough and kinda depressing with the amount of challenges to tackle at the start. Just understand this is about how well you are doing, not how complete you are - there is always more to do!Reflect back on how far you've come, we often forget to do that!When it comes to data quality measurement at the implementation level, you need to think about what are you trying to accomplish. Many people go down the wrong path of trying to measure quality in a vacuum. It's about what are the expectations and why do we care about quality - to improve our decision making around data and to improve trust so more people feel they can rely on data. It's that simple. Now, measuring how well you are achieving those gets a bit harder… :D So, what to measure or consider how to measure regarding data quality at the implementation level: how often are people in compliance with their quality SLAs, whatever those SLAs may be? How quickly are you detecting and resolving/recovering from incidents? How many incidents are you having and what is their severity? Who is actually discovering the issues - are there automated detections and is it the producer or consumers discovering them? How do you actually think about trust and the impact of trust on the success of your implementation? How do you measure and increase trust levels? How does that impact value creation? And finally, what is the quality of your metadata? Please Rate and Review us on your podcast app of choice!Sign up for Data Mesh Understanding's free roundtable and introduction programs here: https://landing.datameshunderstanding.com/If you want to be a guest or give feedback (suggestions for topics, comments, etc.), please see hereEpisode list and links to all available episode transcripts here.Provided as a free resource by Data Mesh Understanding. Get in touch with Scott on LinkedIn if you want to chat data mesh.If you want to learn more and/or join the Data Mesh Learning Community, see here: https://datameshlearning.com/community/All music used this episode was found on PixaBay and was created by (including slight edits by Scott Hirleman): Lesfm, MondayHopes, SergeQuadrado,
Today's episode is an encore presentation of our second installment of the Pioneers and Pathfinders Virtual Roundtable Series. Last week, we hosted a live discussion with panelists spanning legal technology investing, AI-powered software development, and legal insights and strategy consulting. Our guests—Jae Um, Founder and Executive Director at Six Parsecs; Tony Thai, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Engineer at HyperDraft, Inc.; Zach Posner, Co-Founder and Managing Director at The LegalTech Fund; and Byong Kim, Senior Director of Technology Innovations at Seyfarth—shared their insights on how legal organizations can understand and navigate the rapidly evolving landscape of legal AI providers and their transformative technologies. Our panelists discussed the current and anticipated advancements in generative AI, strategic approaches regarding the impact of this technology, and their thoughts on how legal organizations can implement this technology successfully. Thank you to everyone who attended last week's session. And thank you to our listeners for joining us today.
In this World Shared Practice Forum podcast, Dr. Akira Nishisaki discusses the history of the NEAR4KIDS project and gives an in-depth description of his team's recent paper on the implementation of video laryngoscope-assisted coaching and the reduction of adverse tracheal intubation-associated events in the PICU. LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon listening to this presentation, learners will be able to: - Explain the NEAR4KIDS project, including the background and goals for this multi-center prospective registry for advanced pediatric airway management - Describe the implementation process for video laryngoscopy-assisted coaching in the PICU - Compare NEAR4KIDS findings to adult and neonatal data - Review additional active and upcoming NEAR4KIDS projects AUTHORS Akira Nishisaki, MD, MSCE Attending Physician, Critical Care Medicine Co-Medical Director, Center for Simulation, Advanced Education, and Innovation Children's Hospital of Philadelphia Associate Professor of Anesthesiology, Critical Care, and Pediatrics University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine Traci Wolbrink MD, MPH Senior Associate in Critical Care Medicine Boston Children's Hospital Associate Professor of Anaesthesia Harvard Medical School DATES Initial publication: September 20, 2023. CITATION Nishisaki A, O'Hara JE, Wolbrink TA. Video Laryngoscopy to Improve Intubation Success in Pediatrics. 9/2023. OPENPediatrics. Online Podcast. Links: https://youtu.be/P0KQZVpKKuY. https://soundcloud.com/openpediatrics/video-laryngoscopy-to-improve-intubation-success-in-pediatrics-by-dr-akira-nishisaki. ARTICLES REFERENCED •Giuliano J Jr, Krishna A, Napolitano N, et al. Implementation of Video Laryngoscope-Assisted Coaching Reduces Adverse Tracheal Intubation-Associated Events in the PICU. Crit Care Med. 2023;51(7):936-947. doi:10.1097/CCM.0000000000005847 ADDITIONAL RESOURCES •NEAR4Kids: https://www.research.chop.edu/near4kids •NEAR4NEOS: https://www.research.chop.edu/near4neos •NEAR4PEM: https://www.research.chop.edu/near4pem Please visit: http://www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open-access and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: email@example.com
Want to turn your passion for facilitation into a full-time, thriving, scalable business? Or are you already facilitating as your main job, but want to take it to a new level?Michael Zipursky is one of the best people to turn to, if that's the case. As a coach for consultants, bestselling author, and prolific writer and podcaster, Michael is at the top of the game when it comes to practical, actionable advice for developing your career to the place you desire.Turning his expertise towards the world of facilitation, we found that some of his advice is near-universal… and that there are some novel and exciting applications specific to facilitation.Unlock the next level of your facilitation business with this episode!Find out about:How to turn your passion for facilitation into a viable business — but why passion alone isn't enoughWhich processes and structures can make the best foundation for your businessHow to identify, enter, and own your niche and perfect clientsWhy Michael recommends using specialised content to sell your servicesThe two things Michael believes we should prioritise to build a successful businessHow to work for free without devaluing yourself or your workDon't miss the next episode: subscribe to the show with your favourite podcast player.And download the free 1-page summary, so you can always have the key points of this episode to hand.Links:Watch the video recording of this episode on YouTube.Michael's website, Consulting Success.Myriam on Michael's podcastConnect to Michael:On LinkedIn.On Twitter.Support the show:Make a one-off donation and contribute to the ongoing costs of running the podcast.Support the showCheck out the podcast map to see the overview of all podcast episodes: https://workshops.work/podcast-map
Chileeee i'm rambling but it's a good ramble. I share how I'm working less than 20 hours a week and sharing some context that you may not see online. If nothing else this episode is going to validate your feelings and we all need that from time to time. Other episodes I mentioned: 227. Checking In & 182. How many hours I worked in 2022 Join the $CHMONEY Membership for $55 TODAY! Where Strategy meets Implementation! You'll receive resources to increase your cash flow by improving your sales and marketing through EXECUTION! $CHMONEY is all about teaching you how to make more money every. single. day. See you inside! ------------ Doors are open for the next cohort of the Aligned Life CEO Mastermind. This rolling mastermind is for CEOs scaling to six and multiple six figures. Inside you will: increase your cash flow/profit, leadership, and peace with an intentional and sustainable business strategy to scale your business working less than 20 hours/week. Our goal as a community is to optimize & align your company with your lifestyle to scale sustainably. ------------- Join Mom's Do Business Different a marketing and sales accelerator for mamas who want to create profitable offers, sign and serve four and five figure clients, and reach consistent $5-10K months all in less than 20 hours/week with a sustainable High Ticket Sales System! MDBD is perfect for you if you want to make more doing the bare minimum while still making a huge impact and delivering a life changing transformation for your clients. This program is comprehensive... we cover lead gen, visibility, sales psychology, launching, email but all in a way that supports you. You can literally mix and match your curriculum to build your own unique strategy because Moms do Business Different and THAT is what I want to support you in. You also can create your own path so you get the support YOU need. We have the Course & Community Path and the Accelerator - both paths allow you to get exactly what you need the way you need it! I want you to create a business that is profitable, predictable, and works for you! ------------ Get the show notes here: Links and Resources Join the SCHMONEY Gang Email list for the TEA - CEO Corner Newsletter Join the Mom's Do Business Different Lifetime Group Coaching Experience Kay Hillman Photography - Branding or VIP Experience Follow me on Instagram: @mrskayhillman Follow the podcast on Instagram: @becomingceo
Jon and Ben discuss the highlights of the 1.68 and 1.69 releases of Rust. Contributing to Rustacean Station Rustacean Station is a community project; get in touch with us if you'd like to suggest an idea for an episode or offer your services as a host or audio editor! Twitter: @rustaceanfm Discord: Rustacean Station Github: @rustacean-station Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Timestamps & referenced resources [@01:30] - Rust 1.68 [@01:32] - Cargo's sparse protocol [@09:28] - Local Pin construction Implementation comments A fun hack [@13:56] - Default alloc error handler Small allocs in panic handler probably ok [@18:24] - Stabilized APIs impl From for f64 [@19:06] - Changelog deep-dive [@19:15] - Stabilize UEFI extern [@20:07] - cargo build --verbose [@20:50] - home is a cargo crate [@21:12] - Cargo.lock for workspace publish [@21:35] - Make Context !Send and !Sync [@24:24] - Rust 1.68.1 [@25:11] - Rust 1.68.2 GitHub announcement [@26:29] - Rust 1.69.0 [@28:17] - Nice PR#42069 [@29:50] - More cargo fix [@31:17] - No more debug info for build scripts Nicholas Nethercote's blog [@34:48] - Stabilized APIs CStr::from_bytes_until_nul [@37:24] - Changelog deep-dive [@37:28] - Unaligned references is a hard error now [@38:28] - Deriving on packed structs More detailed description [@44:51] - Suggest cargo add [@45:36] - Search for macros with ! [@46:10] - Compatibility notes [@47:18] - Rust 0.1 release notes Credits Intro Theme: Aerocity Audio Editing: Aerocity Hosting Infrastructure: Jon Gjengset Show Notes: Jon Gjengset Hosts: Jon Gjengset and Ben Striegel
If you're building something, why would you not use a digital representation of that project from the very beginning? For Turner Construction, this is just common sense. In this episode of Built Different, we flew over to Nashville Tennessee, to visit Turner Construction to see how they've ingrained technology into every step of their workflow. During our visit, we got the opportunity to chat with VDC regional manager, Gary Chapman and senior VDC manager Cole Milberger all about how they win more work by building trust both internally and externally. During the conversation, we got deep into how Turner uses digital representations of their sites and why you need to get tech involved at the ground floor to see the best results. Turner is the largest domestic contractor in the United States, completing $12 billion of construction on 1,500 projects each year.
Episode 32 | Optimize Your CloudWorld ExperienceThe Big ThemesExplore new technology. Identify areas of interest and focus your attention on them. Engage with fellow attendees to learn from their experiences and gain real-world perspectives on the technologies and partners showcased at the event. Take notes efficiently to capture important insights and share them with your team promptly.Partner selection. CloudWorld has upwards of close to 200 partners in the expo hall. It's a very efficient way to meet potential partners to assist you with implementation. Go to the expo hall and use simple questions while interviewing as many partners as you can.Practical preparation. Opt for comfortable attire and shoes suitable for long walks as Oracle CloudWorld and other large events can involve a significant amount of walking. It's appropriate to go business casual. Make sure to have a way in which you can easily take notes. Bonnie uses her iPad.The Big Quote: "Leave home your daily grind. It is tempting, and I'm speaking to myself here, to be checking emails throughout the event and be like, 'oh, my gosh, I just got to do this, I've got to do this, I've got to take this conference call.' This gives you the opportunity to be present. You have your out-of-office on, and people don't expect you to send emails back immediately, hopefully. Use this opportunity to really get deep, be present."
Ever wondered how data can spark a transformative change in a student's educational journey? Tune into our enlightening conversation with Lloyd Jones, Associate Vice President of Content and Implementation at Curriculum Associates, to uncover the secrets. Lloyd shares tried-and-true strategies to harness the power of data for fostering stronger relationships and building trust with students. He provides valuable insights on how teachers can utilize data to recognize students' strengths and initiate productive conversations about areas that need attention. Lloyd emphasizes that knowing the child is a critical factor when it comes to data discussion and confidence-building. This episode is all about understanding the significance of relationships and trust that encourage students to take learning risks.The second half of the episode ventures into ways educators can keep the flame of inspiration burning. From connecting with us on social media to offering feedback or even becoming a guest on our show, we're all about fostering a supportive community. We delve into the essence of being extraordinary, spreading this powerful message, and celebrating our amazing production team who breathe life into this podcast. So gear up for an episode that promises impactful insights on data utilization, community building, and inspiration for educators. Don't miss out!Visit the Blog: CurriculumAssociates.com/blogFollow us on Twitter: @CurriculumAssocFollow us on Instagram: @MyiReadyHave feedback, questions, or want to be a guest? Email ExtraordinaryEducators@cainc.com to connect with us!
Today I sat down with the author of "Happiness Habitat," Jacqlyn Burnett. Throughout this podcast we dive deep into our relationship, getting engaged in Santorini, building a startup with your partner, and of course Jacqlyn's new book, "Happiness Habitat," which comes out October 9th. Make sure you go pre-order now. Jacqlyn's knowledge, love, and passion for happiness has made a profound impact on my life and I can't wait for the world to hear this message. - Jacqlyn, I love you so deeply and I'm grateful to be on this journey of life with you. - Pre-order Jacqlyn's book Happiness Habitat: https://www.amazon.com/Happiness-Habitat-Optimize-Your-Opportunity/dp/B0CCSLW4L2/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1691798528&sr=1-1 - Follow Jacqlyn Burnett on social media: Instagram: https://instagram.com/jacqlynburnett Twitter: https://twitter.com/JacqlynBurnett TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@JacqlynBurnett - Subscribe to The Casey Adams Show on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... Follow Casey on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/casey Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/CaseyAdams TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@caseyadams YouTube: https://youtube.com/@caseyadams Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I've got some exciting news to share. Mark your calendars for October 5th and 6th because my buddy Gavin Timms and I are hosting a two-day virtual workshop, and it's going to be a blast!We're all about getting things done in real estate investing, so during these two days, we're going to cover a bunch of cool stuff. We'll talk about how to pick the best markets, find buyers, set up systems (we love FreedomSoft, but we can work with your tools too), run direct mail campaigns, try out cold calling, evaluate deals like a pro, figure out selling strategies, and even get into funding options.Our goal? To hand you a complete "land flipping business in a box." Now, the cost for this workshop is application-based, and we're keeping the group small so we can give you the attention you deserve. But let me tell you, investing in education like this can save you from some costly slip-ups and help you succeed faster.Even if you can't make it, remember this: focus and action are your superpowers in real estate. Set aside some quality time to work on your business without distractions.Head over to JoeMcCall.com/workshop and sign up now.What's Inside:—Our new 2-day implementation workshop.—What to expect from Gavin and me.
This episode is the last of the 3-part series on making your first $50,000 of revenue in your business in 12 months. If you're just discovering this podcast, I invite you to listen to the first two parts first, i.e., EP # 112 and 113. Following my DREAM-PLAN-DO coaching model, we'll talk about what it takes to make that money without overhwlem. And, in the process, become a highly-performing CEO with a business structure that is ready to scale further.Today is all about DOING. Implementation and execution. This is where you truly test the strength of your belief, your strategy, and your resourcefulness in making it work. This is where you master the business skills necessary to create the results you want and learn how to manage your negative brain trying to keep you in your comfort zone (which is not where you succeed in entrepreneurship). Learn how my clients and I implement our strategies, make the execution as simple and easy for ourselves as possible to stay consistent and be effective (so we don't have to overwork). In short, how we reach our goals. To join the the Diamond Effect small coaching group or work with me 1 on 1, schedule a free consultation first here.
What does it take to implement major new initiatives in our school systems? In Part Two of our episode about implementing initiatives such as Universal Transitional Kindergarten (UTK) and Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK), we dive into this question with lots of hands-on, practical advice from a local school district perspective with Maria Ceballos, executive director of the early learning department at Fresno USD. Maria shares how her district, Fresno Unified, has been working to expand access to early learning for all children and families. In Part One, we gained a statewide perspective about this historic moment for early education in California from Sarah Neville-Morgan, Deputy Superintendent at the California Department of Education. In this episode, Maria takes us inside some of Fresno USD's planning and approaches for expanding access to early education. Two keys, she says, were being concrete about the work and having the right people at the table. Maria says her district's leadership and all departments were clear on the value of early learning, and shared both a sense of urgency and a sense of opportunity for their community to serve more children through high quality programs. Their efforts have included not only the early education team, but facilities, purchasing, finance, HR, teacher development, special education, local and county partners, the Fresno County Superinendent of Schools, and more. Maria also describes how building strong relationships enabled the district to pivot quickly when some things didn't go as planned or projected .Fresno's early learner support also has included a unique focus on dual language learner professional development for teachers. About Fresno USDFresno USD is the third largest district in the state with nearly 73,000 students, preK-12. Approximately 17.5% are English learners, and 85% are socioeconomically disadvantaged. The district includes 66 elementary schools, 14 middle schools, 10 high schools, alternative schools, and of course – early education programs. Currently, Fresno USD has six year-round, full-day child development centers serving infant, toddler and preschool aged children; they also have 72 part-day preschool programs, and 127 transitional kindergarten programs including special education – all serving about 5,000 children. About our hostJason Willis serves as Director of Strategic Resource Planning and Implementation for WestEd, and he is a former chief business official in several California school districtsAbout our seriesBudgeting for Educational Equity is presented by the California Association of School Business Official (CASBO) and WestEd. We are grateful to the Sobrato Family Foundation for additional support. Recorded in spring, 2023
People who live in major cities in the US and abroad tend to benefit from better cancer care due to having access to more doctors, facilities and equipment. In contrast, those who live in rural areas face many challenges accessing consistent and quality care. In Part Two of this ASCO Education Podcast Dr. Jack Hensold, a hematologist/oncologist in Bozeman, Montana and Chair of the ASCO Rural Cancer Care Task Force, Dr. Chris Prakash, Medical Oncologist in Paris, Texas and Medical Director of Texas Oncology and President of the Texas Society of Clinical Oncology, and Professor Sabe Sabesan, a Medical Oncologist in Townsville, Australia and the President-Elect of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia will examine the realities of practicing oncology in rural areas. They will discuss the need for rural populations to access clinical trials (1:42), using telemedicine for chemotherapy and clinical trials (3:00) and using political advocacy to improve cancer care in rural areas (13:00). Speaker Disclosures Sabe Sabesan: Speakers Bureau - Merck Sucharu Prakash: Speakers Bureau - Myriad Genetics Jack Hensold: Consulting or Advisory Role Company - Vibliome Therapeutics Resources Policy Recommendations for Improving Rural Cancer Services in the United States If you liked this episode, please follow the show. To explore other educational content, including courses, visit education.asco.org. Contact us at email@example.com. TRANSCRIPT Disclosures for this podcast are listed on the podcast page. Dr. Jack Hensold: Hello and welcome to this two-part episode of the ASCO Education podcast. Today we will explore some real-time and real-world issues that oncologists face while practicing in rural areas in the US and abroad. I'm Dr. Jack Hensold, a Methodologist Oncologist in Bozeman, Montana, and chair of the ASCO Rural Cancer Care Task Force. I also serve as Medical Director of Regional Outreach at Bozeman Health. Joining me is Dr. Chris Prakash, an Oncologist and Medical Director of Texas Oncology and the President of the Texas Society of Clinical Oncology. Chris is also the Director of Quality Services for the statewide group and leads Texas Oncologist Precision Medicine Initiative. Also joining me is Professor Sabe Sabesan, a Medical Oncologist in Regional, Australia. He's the President-elect of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia and the Clinical Director of the Australian Teledyne Health Program, led by the Queensland State Department of Health. Professor Sabazin is an internationally recognized expert in the area of teleoncology and has developed and evaluated various oncology models to deliver cancer care closer to home. In part one, our guests were explaining what got them into rural practice and the issues they face in patient transportation, telehealth, getting access to the latest information on treatments, and connecting with other colleagues to get insight on patient cases. Here, I ask Dr. Prakash about one issue that does not get talked about very often. Dr. Chris Prakash: I think we don't talk enough about access to clinical trials for rural populations. And that's a hard problem. These are regulated. But I wonder about real-world trials. Those are a little easier to do. Maybe we can put more patients on those, the hub-and-spoke model, that would be helpful in that. And I know people are trying and many societies are trying to enroll more rural populations in trials, but it continues to be a challenge. Dr. Jack Hensold: Correct. And actually, ASCO has a workforce right now that's trying to address this problem. That includes patient representatives, as well as, I think, people from National Cancer Institute and people from the pharmaceutical industry who've been on that task force and really is trying to address what are the barriers that keep us from getting trials out to our patients in rural areas because it is identified as a real problem. I think, as we all know, excellent cancer care requires access to clinical trials, and limited access means quality of care is going to be less. Dr. Sabesan, you've been working on improving chemotherapy access in rural parts of Australia. Do you think your programs like tele-chemotherapy could be implemented in other regions and even in this country, the United States, and can they be applied to clinical trials and teletrials essentially? Dr. Sabe Sabesan: This is where I get really excited because the use of telemedicine, beyond providing consultations and then using it for chemotherapy and clinical trials, actually that's what keeps me up in the morning and keeps me awake at night as well. What I see these things as they are system solutions for a chronic problem. In tele-chemotherapy, it's simple, really. It's rural nurses. They are not chemotherapy nurses, they are general nurses. They administer selected chemotherapy regimens under the direct supervision of doctors, nurses, and pharmacies from larger centers through telemedicine, tele-nursing, and tele-pharmacy. So all we need for tele-chemotherapy to happen, if you have a larger center willing to supervise a smaller center or a larger center is now expected to do that through Health System directives, then I think we can implement that throughout the system. And what we have done in Queensland, we got the Queensland State Government to implement that because we got a governance document called “Queensland Remote Chemotherapy Supervision Model and Guide for Implementation.” Basically, that articulates how to set up these services safely. But we already published that in the Journal of Oncology Practice in 2018, so that was a rewarding experience. But then what we found, we could do immunotherapy infusions, toxic chemotherapy like that and all those things in smaller centers, but we couldn't do clinical trials because, as Chris said, it's highly regulated. So then we said, “How come you can do toxic intensive chemotherapy but not clinical trials?” So that's how the Australasian teletrial model was born. So we thought we will use the teletrial model to connect larger centers with smaller centers to create trial clusters so that you can really distribute the clinical trials activity to the regional, rural, and remote areas. So now we have an Australian teletrial model and a national teletrial principle as a government policy to enable that. Through some pilots we published in the Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare, the Australian government actually funded $125 million to transform the Australian clinical trial sector as a network and a national system, so that patients from regional, remote, and rural areas can access clinical trials, some or all aspects of clinical trials closer to home. So that is exciting because it's about one year into the program and already we could see the narrative is changing, and we are saying clinical trials need to be offered as networks, not as silos anymore, because of social justice and equity. So that's been becoming powerful. And also, we've been now pushing the Ethics Committee to mandate that clinical trials need to be done as clusters because it is an ethical social justice issue. So I think if you have good governance and government support, I feel that we can actually implement these models in larger parts of the rural sector. Not all of them, but in larger parts. But I just wanted to highlight before I finish that the decentralized trials becoming popular and I feel like the decentralized trials are kind of hijacking the rural narrative here because they are not decentralized trials in my observation, they should be decentralized trial systems. And rather than bypassing hospitals and directly dealing with patients at home, in a lot of the trials, it seems that most of those patients are actually metropolitan patients. And I think any decentralized trial systems have to focus on partnerships with rural sectors, capability or capacity building of rural sectors so that you could really deliver clinical trials in a distributed network system to really fix this problem once and for all. Dr. Jack Hensold: Sabe, it sounds like there's much that we can learn from paying attention to what's going on in Australia. It seems like your group is well ahead of the curve in terms of what needs to happen in rural areas. Chris, comments about that as well? Dr. Chris Prakash: Yeah, I was going to say, I think excellent job, Sabe. Kudos to you for doing this in Australia. It's a clinical dilemma. It's an ethical dilemma. Sometimes clinical trials are fundamental to providing good quality care for our patients. But the American healthcare system is complex. Clinical trials, sad to say, I mean, that they're money makers for a lot of big institutions or pharmaceutical companies for sure. So what these companies are looking for is if they have a new drug, they want to get a trial done as quickly as possible, get positive data, and then get it approved. It's really hard to find a good phase III, randomized, placebo-controlled trial anymore. They're just nonexistent. They're all phase I, II, quick one year, get the data, and file for approval with the FDA. So I get your point. I think I would love to have a good trial where we can put patients on, rural patients on, but I don't know if that's going to be possible. Now, what I'm doing in Texas Oncology, I'm the director of Quality Services, so that is my goal; is to give quality care to the whole state population wherever we can. And clinical trials is the most difficult task, I'm finding. I can make testing consistent, I can make treatment protocols consistent, but getting patients on clinical trials is a very difficult task. So, kudos to you, Sabe. You're doing an excellent job. Dr. Jack Hensold: It's actually the main enabler for us is actually the government intervention, because what we felt was the rural sector has been left in the hands of clinicians and local health managers for far too long, but no one was in charge of that gap. So now, by the governments coming to the party and trying to implement some policies and funding mechanisms, things are changing. But really still, I found the advocacy hasn't stopped and there's still a long way to go, even in Australia, but it's pure advocacy from rural oncologists like us. Dr. Chris Prakash: Yeah, I think that kind of highlights the difference in American and Australian healthcare systems probably. I know the American healthcare system is still very private. I mean, we have a big Medicare part of the equation, but again, a lot of health care is really delivered by private companies, hospital systems that are for profit, pharmaceutical companies really have strong lobbying systems. So it's a complex situation here. Dr. Jack Hensold: Yeah, I would agree with that fully in that, when I was hearing Sabe talk about things and comparing it to our experience in this country, we are very fragmented in terms of our care delivery systems, and trying to get a coordinated approach to how we address this rural health problem is difficult because we're bringing so many different people to the table who all have different points of view in terms of how they look at this. So, again, this may be a much harder piece to try to achieve just simply because of the fragmentation of the way we provide care in this country. So, Dr. Prakash, you're a member of several groups that address the needs for rural cancer care in the United States including ASCO's Rural Cancer Care Task Force, as well as the work you do with the Texas Oncology Society. Can you be a little bit more specific about those efforts? Dr. Chris Prakash: Thanks, Jack. As you know, I was a member of the ASCO Task Force on Rural Cancer Care. This was put together in 2019, and then the pandemic happened. The timing was just right. But we were tasked with finding and really defining what the challenges of rural cancer care are and what are the solutions that we can come up with. It was a very hard job, but we did come up with some solutions on that, mainly increasing provider education, workforce enhancement. We have talked about a few of these things already - telehealth, promotion, and of course, research. But as you know, these solutions are easier said than done, and work continues on these fronts. And thank you, Jack, for taking the lead on many of these issues in the US. So currently, as you know, I'm the President of the Texas Society of Clinical Oncology, and I'm doing a lot of advocacy work at the state capitol in Austin regarding various bills and provisions, but especially to garner support on a new biomarker bill. So this bill, if passed, will help pay for all biomarker testing in cancer. So there are disparities and rural disparities in cancer care. So if this bill is passed with the biomarker testing, this may go a long way in removing some of the disparities that our patients face in terms of testing biomarkers and payment for those tests as well. And I firmly believe that quality of care should be consistent no matter where a patient lives. I'm the Director of Quality Services for Texas Oncology. I'm leading the Precision Medicine initiative for the state, and I'm developing protocols for consistent biomarker testing, mutational analysis, and tumors and treatment protocols. So efforts continue, and please stay tuned. Dr. Jack Hensold: Thank you for that and all the work you do, Chris. I think it's an important point, and I've been involved through the Montana State Oncology Society, which is our society in terms of doing advocacy at the state level as well. And I think that's very important, particularly for states that have large rural populations, because I'm not sure nationally, people fully understand some of the difficulties that those patients face. And advocating for improved health care across the board is critical. And the rural patient needs to be considered. As we think about any changes to how we invest in healthcare in this country, the laws are regulated. Dr. Chris Prakash: You're exactly right. I mean, advocacy is very, very important. And our Congressmen and representatives, they do listen. As a physician, you go and talk to them and express concerns about what the constituents are going through and the hurdles they're facing in their care. They will listen and you can make a change. And that's what fascinates me about practicing in a rural setting, is that I can make a difference. I can see a change. Just over the last 20 years that I've been here, things have changed. Not all for the better, but you can be a part of the whole process. Dr. Jack Hensold: Yes, I would completely concur. I think our legislators nationally and statewide are very responsive to our voices. If there's something that's impacting their constituents in terms of the care that they're receiving, they're going to want to know about that. And they're happy to look like the champions, I think, to support improving their care. It's something we all can do a better job at nationally. Sabe, not to leave you out of that conversation, any thoughts about that? Dr. Sabe Sabesan: I mean, the advocacy is the key. That is also one of our jobs as doctors. But the main thing about advocacy is actually self-care, I found. As long as we don't burn out and we keep our energy level going and focus on recharging and minimizing energy discharge, we stay strong and take our colleagues with us. I think that's what I learned in advocacy is to make sure we don't drain our energy in that process. Dr. Jack Hensold: The quality of care should be the same for every patient, no matter where they live. And that really is kind of one of the driving principles for me in terms of why I got into this rural cancer care task force and the initiatives that we're taking on. And I'd like to describe a project right now that I've undertaken with ASCO and with our local regional health center and a medium-sized hospital in our area. Actually not in our area, it's 125 miles away, but an area that we service, and patients regularly come to our regional center for their cancer care, I think, was the appreciation that this 250-mile round trip, particularly to receive things like chemotherapy, was just a tremendous burden for patients from that area. And in addition to the problems with the financial aspects of traveling long distances to receive that care, there was also the issue that we were sending patients back to fairly distant sites to experience the toxicities associated with our treatments without sufficient support in those sites locally in terms of understanding what needed to be done. That really led to this initiative with ASCO and Barrett Health in Montana, as well as Bozeman Health. And we've now been funded as part of a multi-year pilot program to increase high-quality and equitable cancer care at this site in rural Montana. And the work in this area was based on, again, the prior work on the task force that Dr. Prakash talked about in terms of identifying what barriers were in place to getting care to patients in their own community and how we could overcome these barriers. And really, the concept of this program is to enable patients to receive care in their own community through what's described as a hub-and-spoke care delivery model. This is an established method for extending access to cancer care in remote rural areas. In fact, I think, as Dr. Sabesan talked about, I think much of the published work in this area has actually come out of Australia. So again, kudos again to that health system in terms of taking the initiative on these things. And the initiative that we were talking about aims again to keep patients in their own community for as much of their cancer care as feasible, not to rely on that long drive to our regional site to get care. We understand this will require education and training of primary care physicians, advanced practice providers, pharmacists, and nurses at what we would refer to as the spoke site. And specifically, this needs to focus on education regarding how to properly administer infusion services and also how do we provide adequate supportive care for the cancer patients. We do appreciate that those providers at that distant site, we can never really expect them to have full knowledge to appreciate what treatment cancer patients will need at any given point in time. But that really is where the expertise of the oncologist comes in. And oversight from the hub site will be provided by oncologists both by telehealth and supplemented, by regularly scheduled onsite visits by the oncologist to ensure just a seamless integration of care at both the hub and the spoke site and also to ensure the shared culture of cancer care between those two sites. So that is the intent of the pilot that we're setting up. As we achieve function of that site, we will be doing quality measures to ensure that the care that's being administered at the spoke is really equivalent to what they would be receiving at the hub. So hopefully this will become a model for how we can deliver care to more remote rural areas in this country. I'd like to give Dr. Sabesan and Dr. Prakash an opportunity to make further comments regarding that model and any suggestions they may have; I'm willing to take in terms of how we can achieve this end. Dr. Chris Prakash: Yeah. Thank you, Jack. And again, kudos to you for being so passionate about taking care of patients in rural areas with their cancer care. But I think you highlighted the most important thing: we've got to be passionate, we've got to care, we have to do everything possible, find solutions. There are many challenges in this realm. So the hub-and-spoke model, that's very helpful, but again, we may need more multi-hub models or regional hubs, so to say on that. Education, keep developing the workforce, retain the workforce that we have, provide access to research, promote telehealth as much as possible. I think these are all pieces to the puzzle. Keep doing advocacy and just work and hopefully not get burnt out. So yeah, it's a work in progress, but again, that's why I'm doing this because I'm passionate about this, and thank you so much for having me as a part of this conversation. Dr. Jack Hensold: Well, thank you for participating. Sabe, any comments? Dr. Sabe Sabesan: Yeah, thank you. I really enjoyed being part of this conversation and I think it looks like it's almost good to have a community of international rural practice like this so that we can share and implement within our sector. And I'm really looking forward to seeing how your pilot project evolves, Jack, and how that can become a model for the whole of the country. Good luck to you. Dr. Jack Hensold: Thank you very much for that. And again, just a comment about the international working on this. We do have someone from Romania on our current task force. There's a group there that's very interested in providing kind of hub-and-spoke model care. So these are topics that I think are really getting on everyone's radar internationally. Again, I think the more buy-in we get internationally as well as nationally, the more wind we will have at our backs in making some improvements in this. Thank you, Dr. Prakash, for your insight into this topic and also to Professor Sabesan for his perspective from his practice in Australia. I'm Dr. Hensold and I would like to thank all of our listeners of Cancer Topics and ASCO Education Podcast. This is where we explore topics ranging from implementing new cancer treatments and improving patient care to oncologist well-being and professional development. If you have an idea for a topic or a guest you'd like to hear on the show, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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Preparing for the future of AI is a top priority for startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. Where's the best place to start? When it comes to brand messaging in digital marketing, how will AI impact the ‘era of authenticity'? How will increasingly ubiquitous AI chatbots affect customer engagement as they become another competitor for attention and information retrieval? Bret Kinsella, Founder, CEO, and Research Director of Voicebot.ai, explores these challenges and offers solutions to effectively leverage generative AI's transformative potential. His insight on the future of AI takes cues from the lessons of pre-generative AI applications: he doesn't believe content creation should blindly increase simply because AI offers efficiency. Marketers need to act differently. In this far-reaching conversation, Bret leads us through the path of AI production and implementation, where ethical quandaries surrounding policy and data governance loom. As a leading voice in artificial intelligence, Bret dives into best practices, keeping in mind the changes in customer expectations, the trend towards more polished marketing productions, and the future of online monetization. This episode is essential listening for longtime AI enthusiasts as well as new initiates grappling with AI adoption.Hot topics discussed: Is artificial intelligence really going to take your job? AI's impact on customer expectations and engagement Challenges in delivering personalized experiences The best AI apps for productivity and quality Strategies for preparing for an AI-driven future Keep the growth going: Connect with Bret Kinsella, Voicebot.ai Founder, CEO, & Research Director on LinkedIn Subscribe to Bret's newsletter Synthedia on Substack Subscribe to Voicebotai + Synthedia's Generative AI News (GAIN) weekly rundown on YouTube Connect with Billie Loewen, WillowTree Partner & VP of Growth Marketing on LinkedIn Connect with Billy Fischer, WillowTree Partner & VP of Business Development on LinkedIn Follow WillowTree on LinkedIn
Blake Tormey takes us on a deep dive into the transformative world of Lean Construction, sharing stories from his remarkable journey in the industry — a journey kickstarted by an inspiring LCI Scrum presentation delivered by The EBFC Show's very own Felipe at the onset of his career. As a fervent advocate and practitioner of field-led Lean implementation, Blake unravels firsthand accounts bursting with invaluable lessons harvested directly from the trades. Immerse yourself in stories of grassroots initiatives and daily huddles revolutionizing work dynamics, fostering a collaborative and pulsating work environment enriched with the collective wisdom from networking with other Lean Construction Institute peers. Step into a realm where knowledge meets experience, sprinkled with humor. Listen as Blake emphatically declares, "Everybody Can Succeed with Lean Implementation," a sentiment echoing throughout his narrative, driven home by a poignant case study in change management that showcases the transformative power of improving lives and making construction easier, better, and faster. --- Happiness Metric Blog Post https://www.theebfcshow.com/blog/building-project-success-how-scrum-and-the-happiness-metric-revolutionize-project-management/ YouTube LCI Field Verified Crew Huddle Link: https://www.youtube.com/@LCIFieldCrewHuddle/about --- Connect with Blake via LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/blake-tormey-9b2676102/ Connect with Felipe via Social media and Free Lean and Scrum Training Resources at https://thefelipe.bio.link RSM Podia Course Link: https://store.theebfcshow.com/rsm Subscribe to never miss new videos here: https://click.theebfcshow.com/youtube Watch The EBFC Show Podcast https://click.theebfcshow.com/YouTube-Podcast --- Today's episode is sponsored by Bosch RefinemySite. It's a cloud-based construction platform. Bosch uses Lean principles to enable your entire team, from owners to trade contractors – to plan, communicate, document, and execute in real-time. It's the digital tool that supports the Last Planner System® process and puts it all together in one simple, collaborative ecosystem. Bosch RefinemySite empowers your team, builds trust, creates a culture of responsibility, and enhances communication. Learn more and Try for free at https://www.bosch-refinemysite.us/tryforfree Today's episode is sponsored by the Lean Construction Institute (LCI). This non-profit organization operates as a catalyst to transform the industry through Lean project delivery using an operating system centered on a common language, fundamental principles, and basic practices. Learn more at https://www.leanconstruction.org
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Two years ago, California's state budget agreement included an ambitious new initiative to fund and implement Universal Transitional Kindergarten (or UTK), so that all 4-year-olds in the state have access to it by 2025-26. It's part of a larger long-term goal the state and school districts have been working towards to expand early education and also provide access to Universal Pre-Kindergarten, or UPK, for all students. In this first of a two-part episode, Sarah Neville Morgan, Deputy Superintendent at the California Department of Education and longtime early education policy leader, describes this historic moment we're in when it comes to early education and fulfilling the promise of public education. Sarah discusses the why and how of UPK and UTK implementation, including work the state has been doing to support local efforts, resources, challenges, and implications and strategies for advancing equity. The goal, she says, is for all children to hit kindergarten and first- third grades not just ready to learn, but ready to soar.Sarah and Jason also explore more generally how systems can approach planning for and implementing major new initiatives. Resources & Research "How Are California School Districts Planning for Universal Prekindergarten? Results From a 2022 Survey" -- April 2023 report by the Learning Policy InstituteUniversal PreKindergarten FAQs from the CDETransitional Kindergarten FAQs from the CDECDE Early Education Resources page21CSLA Learning Brief, Preparing California School Leaders for Young Learners in the UTK InitiativeAbout Our Guest Sarah Neville-Morgan has served in many key leadership and policy positions at the state level. She was previously the Director of the CDE Early Learning and Care Division; Deputy Director of Program Management at First 5 California; Deputy Executive Director of the Governor's Early Learning Advisory Council during the Schwarzenegger and Brown administrations; and she currently serves as a Deputy Superintendent at the California Department of Education, overseeing the Opportunities for All branch. Previously she also served as an Academic Child Development Specialist at the University of California, Davis Center for Child and Family Studies.About our hostJason Willis serves as Director of Strategic Resource Planning and Implementation for WestEd, and he is a former chief business official in several California school districtsAbout our seriesBudgeting for Educational Equity is presented by the California Association of School Business Official (CASBO) and WestEd. We are grateful to the Sobrato Family Foundation for additional support. Follow on Twitter: @budget4edequityRecorded in spring, 2023
The U.S. Corporate Transparency Act (CTA) and its new reporting regime take effect on January 1, 2024. In this episode of Committed Capital Sidecar, private equity partners Sarah Kupferman and Greg Schernecke provide an update on its implementation. The CTA's rules will impact corporations, LLCs, partnerships and other entities and vehicles that exist on January 1, 2024, or are created or registered to do business thereafter in the U.S. The regime requires applicable reporting companies to report certain beneficial ownership information to FinCEN. London private equity partner Chris Field joins the conversation to discuss the UK and EU's respective pre-existing beneficial ownership reporting regimes and what can be gleaned from looking at these analogs to the CTA.
Podcast: Alzheimer's Disease: Part Two – Update in Treatment and Management Evaluation and Credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MedChat57 Target Audience This activity is targeted toward primary care and geriatric healthcare providers and advanced providers. Statement of Need Implementation of the latest screening tools for the diagnosis of patients with AD. Utilization of the most appropriate treatment options in the management of patients with AD, with an understanding of the application and efficacy of the newly FDA-approved medication options. Objectives At the conclusion of this offering, the participant will be able to: Describe effective management and treatment options for patients with Alzheimer's disease (AD). Review the classes and efficacy of the medications used to manage AD. Moderator Greg Cooper, M.D., Ph.D Chief of Adult Neurology Medical Director, Memory Center Norton Neuroscience Institute Norton Healthcare Louisville, Kentucky Speaker K. Gregory Pugh, M.D., M.Sc. Geriatric Medicine Norton Neuroscience Institute Memory Center Norton Healthcare Louisville, Kentucky Moderator, Speaker and Planner Disclosures The speaker, planners and moderator of this activity do not have any relevant relationships to disclose. Commercial Support There was no commercial support for this activity. Physician Credits Accreditation Norton Healthcare is accredited by the Kentucky Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Designation Norton Healthcare designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Nursing Credits Norton Healthcare Institute for Education and Development is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the South Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. This continuing professional development activity has been approved for 0.50 contact hours. In order for nursing participants to obtain credits, they must claim attendance by attesting to the number of hours in attendance. For more information related to nursing credits, contact Sally Sturgeon, DNP, RN, SANE-A, AFN-BC at (502) 446-5889 or email@example.com. Resources for Additional Study: Alzheimer's disease: Treatment Strategies and Their Limitations https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36430432/ Diet in the Prevention of Alzheimer's disease: Current Knowledge and Future Research Requirements https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/36364826/ Norton Healthcare, a not for profit health care system, is a leader in serving adult and pediatric patients throughout Greater Louisville, Southern Indiana, the commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond. Five Louisville hospitals provide inpatient and outpatient general care as well as specialty care including heart, neuroscience, cancer, orthopedic, women's and pediatric services. A strong research program provides access to clinical trials in a multitude of areas. More information about Norton Healthcare is available at NortonHealthcare.com. Date of Original Release |September 2023; Information is current as of the time of recording. Course Termination Date | September 2025 Contact Information | Center for Continuing Medical, Provider, and Nursing Education; (502) 446-5955 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Podcast: Alzheimer's Disease: Part One – A Review and Diagnosis Evaluation and Credit: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MedChat56 Target Audience This activity is targeted toward primary care and geriatric healthcare providers and advanced providers. Statement of Need Implementation of the latest screening tools for the diagnosis of patients with AD. Utilization of the most appropriate treatment options in the management of patients with AD, with an understanding of the application and efficacy of the newly FDA-approved medication options. Objectives At the conclusion of this offering, the participant will be able to: Discuss the underlying pathophysiology of Alzheimer's disease and the clinical manifestations. Review the symptoms and progression of AD. Outline the diagnostic tools for the identification of patients with AD. Moderator Greg Cooper, M.D., Ph.D Chief of Adult Neurology Medical Director, Memory Center Norton Neuroscience Institute Norton Healthcare Louisville, Kentucky Speaker K. Gregory Pugh, M.D., M.Sc. Geriatric Medicine Norton Neuroscience Institute Memory Center Norton Healthcare Louisville, Kentucky Moderator, Speaker and Planner Disclosures The speaker, planners and moderator of this activity do not have any relevant relationships to disclose. Commercial Support There was no commercial support for this activity. Physician Credits Accreditation Norton Healthcare is accredited by the Kentucky Medical Association to provide continuing medical education for physicians. Designation Norton Healthcare designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Nursing Credits Norton Healthcare Institute for Education and Development is approved with distinction as a provider of nursing continuing professional development by the South Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. This continuing professional development activity has been approved for 0.50 contact hours. In order for nursing participants to obtain credits, they must claim attendance by attesting to the number of hours in attendance. For more information related to nursing credits, contact Sally Sturgeon, DNP, RN, SANE-A, AFN-BC at (502) 446-5889 or email@example.com. Resources for Additional Study: Alzheimer's disease https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33667416/ Biomarkers used in Alzheimer's disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34933129/ Norton Healthcare, a not for profit health care system, is a leader in serving adult and pediatric patients throughout Greater Louisville, Southern Indiana, the commonwealth of Kentucky and beyond. Five Louisville hospitals provide inpatient and outpatient general care as well as specialty care including heart, neuroscience, cancer, orthopedic, women's and pediatric services. A strong research program provides access to clinical trials in a multitude of areas. More information about Norton Healthcare is available at NortonHealthcare.com. Date of Original Release |September 2023; Information is current as of the time of recording. Course Termination Date | September 2025 Contact Information | Center for Continuing Medical, Provider and Nursing Education; (502) 446-5955 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Picking up where Dr. Cunnane left off in part one, we get into other aspects of ketones and what we know about them specifically, brain health, and how the brain's ability to use ketones as a fuel does not diminish with age. Rather, it is our ability to use glucose as a fuel decreases. Due to the decreasing effectiveness of the insulin to get the glucose into the brain. Sometimes referred to as insulin resistance. The great news is ketones are not a problem and they are available. We talk about MCT Oils in general, and specifically.Also the production of GABA and it's effect of calming the hyperexcitable states of certain neurologic conditions like Epilepsy but also Alzheimers. Stephen Talks about the similarities between Alzheimers and Epilepsy and why some epilepsy medications help Alzheimers. I hope you enjoy listening to Dr. Cunnane as much as I did talking with him. Links:Recent studies Dr. Cunnane was involved with that he mentioned Ketogenic Medium Chain Triglycerides Increase Brain Energy Metabolism in Alzheimer's Disease. Emulsification Increases the Acute Ketogenic Effect and Bioavailability of Medium-Chain Triglycerides in Humans: Protein, Carbohydrate, and Fat Metabolism. A short-term intervention combining aerobic exercise with medium-chain triglycerides (MCT) is more ketogenic than either MCT or aerobic exercise alone: a comparison of normoglycemic and prediabetic older women.—————————COME SAY HI!!! —————————— Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ - ---------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ----------------Labs, Research and cooking, Implementation www.ketonaturopathmembers.com Weekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB group BLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopath YYouTube channel www.youtube.com/ketonaturopath Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodes Our Youtube Podcasts https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channel Keto Naturopath Kitchen https://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge —————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10 How we use the Fora 6 Meter https://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM ————WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE——————————— Strategene https://bit.ly/3iqCfka ——————————WHERE WE GET YOUR LABS DONE—————————————— https://www.UltaLabTests.com/ketonaturopath ————————— WHERE WE BUY OUR SUPPLEMENTS ———————————— https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/drgoldkamp/signupWhy get a Fullscript account to get your supplements?? 1. They have more brands than anywhere else to choose from; 2. Their prices are 20 -50% lower than anywhere else; compare and you'll see 3. This is where most physicians have their account 4. Been in existence for nearly 30 years working with physicians and health practitioners
Companies must take a proactive approach to sanctions and export control compliance to mitigate potential risks. This includes implementing rigorous compliance programs, cooperating with the DOJ, and promptly disclosing and remedying violations. In this episode of Corruption, Crime and Compliance, Michael Volkov explores the latest joint compliance notice issued by the DOJ, Department of Commerce, and Department of the Treasury. This notice provides crucial guidelines on voluntary disclosure for sanctions and export control violations, shedding light on the increasing enforcement of such controls. He discusses the intricate relationship between sanctions enforcement and the FCPA and offers a keen understanding of how businesses can safeguard their interests and comply with global standards.You'll hear Michael talk about:The landscape of sanctions enforcement is rapidly evolving, with the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the National Security Division designating 25 prosecutors to handle sanctions compliance violations. Corporate resolutions are becoming the driving force behind settlement processes, and these resolutions could become significant revenue streams for the DOJ. In light of these developments, companies must prioritize sanctions and export control compliance to mitigate potential risks.The DOJ's Joint Criminal Enterprise (JCE) Guidance provides a detailed guideline for voluntary disclosures of possible violations. The JCE Guidance emphasizes the importance of prompt disclosure and swift remediation after uncovering potential violations. Generally, the DOJ will not seek prosecution if a company fully discloses a violation, cooperates wholeheartedly, and takes remedial actions. However, this is not a blanket assurance; aggravating factors such as widespread criminal activity or attempts by upper management to conceal violations can influence this stance.Voluntary self-disclosure is not merely a bureaucratic step; it can potentially be a shield, allowing companies to significantly reduce or even bypass criminal liability. Full cooperation entails timely preservation of pertinent documents, streamlined witness interviews, and proactive identification of avenues for in-depth DOJ investigation.Implementation of rigorous compliance programs, complemented by suitable disciplinary actions, can tilt the scales in favor of companies during evaluations. The JCE Guidance underscores recent modifications to the disclosure and enforcement policies adopted by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) and the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Notably, the BIS has ramped up penalties for companies that remain tight-lipped about significant potential violations. The efficacy of a compliance program, particularly its prowess in identifying and rectifying compliance gaps, plays a monumental role in BIS case resolutions.KEY QUOTES“Companies are about to face aggressive, coordinated prosecutions for sanctions and export control violations.” - Michael Volkov“[The] DOJ noted that a prompt, voluntary self disclosure provides a means for a company to reduce, and in some cases, avoid altogether, the potential for criminal liability moving forward, where a company voluntarily self discloses potentially criminal violations, fully cooperates, and timely and appropriately remediates the violations.” - Michael Volkov“The existence, nature, and adequacy of a company's compliance program, including its success at self identifying and rectifying compliance gaps, is itself considered a factor under settlement guidelines.” - Michael VolkovResources:Michael Volkov on LinkedIn | TwitterThe Volkov Law GroupDepartments of Justice, Commerce and Treasury Issue Joint Compliance Note on Voluntary Self-Disclosure of Potential Violations
In this episode, Iskandar Azwa, MBChB, MRCP; Nikos Dedes; Beng Eu, MBBS; Bernadette Sharp; and Jeff Taylor discuss challenges and opportunities with long-acting ART implementation, including:Personal experiences with receiving LA ART Views on long-acting ART in the development pipelinePerspectives on self-administration of LA ARTPresenters:Iskandar Azwa, MBChB, MRCPAssociate ProfessorInfectious DiseasesFaculty of MedicineUniversity of MalayaKuala Lumpur, MalaysiaNikos DedesPositive VoiceAthens, GreeceBeng Eu, MBBSDoctorPrahran Market Clinic Melbourne, Victoria, AustraliaBernadette SharpAdvocateJeff TaylorExecutive DirectorHIV+Aging Research ProjectPalm Springs, CaliforniaContent based on an online CME program supported by an independent educational grant from ViiV Healthcare. ViiV Healthcare was not involved in the development of content or selection of faculty for this educational activity.Link to downloadable slides: https://clinicaloptions.com/CE-CME/infectious-disease/slides-fourth-90-and-la-art/17553-25368 Link to full program: https://bit.ly/3EwEnRJ
Ever feel like you're stuck in a cycle of stagnation when it comes to teaching? Join us as we share an insightful conversation with Gary Miller, an Associate Vice President of Content and Implementation, known for his garden-variety ideas and captivating storytelling. Gary blows our minds with his unique perspectives on problems in education today, including stagnation, location, and dilation. Buckle up as we discuss the stagnation in education, ponder upon the profound impact of a student's location on their academic journey, and delve into the deepening academic gaps.We unpack Gary's thought-provoking theories, like how the repeated changes and initiatives in our educational system over the years haven't necessarily translated into improved student performance. Imagine that – decades worth of changes, yet progress remains a distant mirage! Gary also pulls back the curtain about how a student's zip code plays a monumental role in their educational trajectory. Wait, there's more! We explore the widening academic gaps post-pandemic and why we need to act pronto to address them. If you're eager to challenge the status quo and pioneer changes for a brighter educational future, this episode is your treasure trove. Listen in and get ready to be inspired!Visit the Blog: CurriculumAssociates.com/blogFollow us on Twitter: @CurriculumAssocFollow us on Instagram: @MyiReadyHave feedback, questions, or want to be a guest? Email ExtraordinaryEducators@cainc.com to connect with us!
About Steve Vincze and TRESTLE Compliance: I deliver immediate value to Biotech, Specialty Pharma and MedTech businesses by creating precision risk assessments and compliance programs that propel growth. Based in the Boston biotech hub, I founded TRESTLE Compliance to offer partner-level expertise 100% of the time. We find a way to say yes so you can grow your business. We're entrepreneurs ourselves, so we understand that agility and speed to market are paramount. I've built my career around designing effective compliance solutions, with expertise in sales, anti-kickback, false claims and anti-corruption issues. I've served in a multitude of senior executive compliance roles, as well as a Deloitte senior leader and an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. Our talented team has worked at the FDA, Big 4 consulting firms and law firms, and include licensed attorneys, PhDs and software innovators. At TRESTLE, you won't have a junior level consultant learning on your time and dime. Instead, you'll get direct access to professionals who can quickly identify risk and implement resourceful solutions. We build compliance trestles for life science businesses. Our frameworks provide support and value no matter the phase of your life science organization, whether you're rallying investors or ready to roll out your product. Services include: Strategic Design & Implementation; Commercial/Operations Support; Technology Solutions; Outsourced & International Support; Regulatory, Investigative & Government Support; Investor Support; & Litigation Support. I founded TRESTLE with the vision of delivering partner-level consulting with greater precision and faster turnarounds. My time as a Marine engrained a sense of urgency and preparedness that I bring to every TRESTLE client. We successfully lead clients through the compliance and privacy terrain by striking the right balance of scientific, business and legal considerations. Welcome to TRESTLE Compliance, where we cultivate a business-friendly approach to compliance. Based in the Boston biotech hub, TRESTLE is a highly-specialized consulting firm offering the full spectrum of compliance, risk and regulatory services. Our multi-disciplined team of professionals, each with 20+ years of expertise, creates custom, properly scaled solutions with precision, speed and unmatched value. We find a way to strike the right balance by creating collaborative, practical and effective compliance solutions that help you grow your business and stay compliant! We're entrepreneurs ourselves, so we understand that agility and speed to market are paramount. I've built my career around designing effective compliance and privacy solutions, with expertise in sales, anti-kickback, false claims and anti-corruption issues. I've served in a multitude of senior executive compliance roles, as well as a Deloitte consultant and an officer in the U.S. Marine Corp. We create actionable plans for clients and I'm happy to share details about some of our recent successes. A sampling of clients and partners: Pharming, Cycle Pharma, Oncocyte, Myriad, Mintz & Sidley. We're here to support you and your business. We fill the gaps and make your life easier. The TRESTLE team is the reliable, dependable, strong support for any piece of a compliance program you need. We have relationships and partnerships with the right people to bring you the solutions you need. Our team specializes in targeted risk assessments and training, as well as comprehensive compliance programs. We can be your interim compliance officer or your in-house counsel. That's our strength. We are your trusted partner, and you can lean on us.
Have you ever found yourself involved in a situation or purchase, only to realize you've been misled? In today's world, manipulative communication is on the rise, making it increasingly challenging to evaluate information. Fortunately, there's a solution: enhancing your critical thinking skills.Critical thinking is a valuable resource for quickly discerning the validity of the information you encounter. It can help you make sharper decisions, improve problem-solving abilities, gain a deeper understanding of the world, and enhance your creativity, breaking free from constraints.For as long as I can remember, critical thinking has been one of my superpowers. However, since it's a process, not just an outcome, I never considered sharing it with you until I got triggered the other day.The trigger came from a post on Facebook. I found myself wondering why I was seeing it and how to handle the situation. As my mind began to form some ideas around it, I thought, 'What if I use this post as an opportunity to show you how I decipher messages?'Critical thinking serves as the foundation for three essential ingredients for success: Energy, Strategy, and Implementation. Remember also that critical thinking is required to formulate sound plans and effectively implement strategies. Furthermore, the absence of critical thinking can lead to self-doubt, indecision, and uncertainty about how to proceed with implementation.The aim of this podcast is to empower you with the knowledge of how to read between the lines and recognize whether the information you've received is genuine or not._____________________Ready to break free and manifest you dream life. Click here to join the waiting list and be the first to know when registration opens.Have a question about today's topic send an email to: email@example.com
Today we are going to chat about the Eagle Access Program, a post-secondary program for Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. We are joined by: Dr. Brigham Scallion, who is a co-founder of the program, as well as the Northwest Representative of the Tennessee Council for Developmental Disabilities; Dr. Jimmy Barham, who is the Dean of Arts and Sciences and Technology and part of the Planning and Implementation Committee at Eagle Access Program going at DSCC; Dr. Amanda Walker the Vice President for Institutional Advancement at the College and Nikki Erickson who is the current director of the Eagle Access Program. Timeline: 00:19 Introduction with Visual Descriptions. 02:28 What is Eagle Access 03:22 Backstory of the Program 04:20 Planning and Implementation. 06:56 Pathways and referral sources to access the program 08:55 Transportation to College 09:33 Vision for the Program 13:04 Where to after the completion of the 2-year program 16:53 Mentoring as part of the program 18:16 Application Process to the program 20:49 Future wishes for the program 24:45 Service Area that the program serves. 26:04 Closing Remarks. A transcript of the podcast is available at www.raisingkellan.org For further information about the program contact: Nikki EricksonEagle Access Program Director731firstname.lastname@example.org --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marsh-naidoo/message
If you are like most business owners you have lots of great ideas. As a matter of fact you have so many ideas it is hard to get any of them done. In this episode, Annelise Worn shares her insights on the importance of aligning business goals with one's desired lifestyle and values. Her approach involves reverse engineering an idea by starting with the vision of the business and life you aspire to lead. She emphasizes the significance of breaking down goals into three distinct time frames: three years, one year, and three months. This incremental approach enables entrepreneurs to map out realistic steps and monitor their progress more effectively. She highlights the necessity of acknowledging potential obstacles and building them into the plan, ensuring better preparation for contingencies.
Episode 31 | Keeping Customers Happy Today's customer success: Customer success is not just about selling products but ensuring that customers achieve value and satisfaction from their purchases. In terms of software implementation, early stages are critical for customer success, with the first year being defining.Evolving sales team: Sales teams are involved longer than they have been in the past. Having the same salesperson throughout a multiyear contract is ideal. The emphasis on customer success and customer satisfaction is important for sales teams because it's another selling point for them. Reviews and other measurements are helpful for sales teams.Clear communication and expectations: Misaligned expectations can lead to project failures and dissatisfaction. Clear communication between customers, partners, and vendors is necessary to avoid misunderstandings and to ensure that everyone is on the same page regarding goals, timelines, and outcomes.The Big Quote: “Customers don't want to be marketed to anymore. They want to hear realistic stories, they want to hear candor from clients who have gone through the experience . . . authenticity is so important.”Stream the audio version of this episode:
On this episode of Engage, host First Officer Ryan Argenta meets with Capt. Shawn Kellett and Capt. Ian Turner of the Scheduling Committee, along with Capt. Frank Wedding, newly elected member of the Negotiating Committee (NC) and former Scheduling Committee Vice Chair, to discuss new contract implementation items relating to Section 23 L, Reroute. The group discusses and explains the new simplified reroute pay provisions in PWA 23 L.4, and how various pay treatments are compounding, or “stacking,” adding value for both regular and reserve pilots. The experts explain some of the complexities of reroute, what pilots should be looking for, and what to avoid while ensuring their reroutes are PWA compliant. Additionally, the group discusses new provisions for positive space commuting and hotel options following a reroute that releases beyond a pilot's originally scheduled release. Reroutes were one of the highest scheduling and quality of life priorities for Delta pilots based on polling for C2019. Tune in to learn more about the new contract provisions and more. (Recorded August 16, 2023) Resources: Scheduling Alert 23-12 - Reroute Scheduling Alert 23-14 - Scheduling Implementation Items Scheduling Reference Handbook
In this episode of the Sustainable Minds podcast, Rachel Hutchisson, former Vice President of Global Social Responsibility at Blackbaud, joins Gary Baker and Roxanne "Rocket" White to share her philosophy of "good is for everyone," the key steps for companies on their ESG journey, and how Blackbaud plays a crucial role in enabling nonprofits to fulfill their missions successfully. Rachel stands as a distinguished executive in the realms of social impact and philanthropy, having earned praise for developing and expanding social responsibility initiatives, reinforcing stakeholder engagement, and enhancing brand reputation. Until recently, Rachel was the Vice President of Global Social Responsibility at Blackbaud, a company she started working for in 1997. Some of her awards include the FORTUNE Most Powerful Women Next Gen (2022), the Riley Institute Diversity Fellow (2014), and the Influential Women in Business Rising Star Award (2009).
Jon Miller, CMO at Demandbase, and Billy Bateman, Co-Founder & VP of Operations at Signals, recognize that there are many questions that surround the world of AI. These speakers from the AI Revenue Summit bring to light how AI generated tools are incredibly efficient at content transformation. To stay current on our latest events, follow us on Linkedin. Useful Timestamps:1:17 - How has your team at Demandbase been using AI?1:40 - Resource: What's Happening in AI by Chris Penn3:39 - "T" in GPT stands for transformer, not creator6:00 - Examples of how Demandbase utilizes ChatGPT to automate information8:43 - Interview tactics to understand candidate through use of ChatGPT11:27 - Tuning the algorithm15:48 - What AI can do vs what the human can do17:35 - Machine learning is a type of AI20:47 - Future of Demandbase and their use of AI24:56 - Companies with the best data is doing to deliver the best AI. Companies with poor data is going to lead to poor data output. 27:23 - Concluding Remarks
This week, you're hearing a conversation Melissa had with Tara Gronhovd and Pamela Nelson on the Grounding and Growing Leadership Podcast. They discuss the crux of Melissa's work with her clients, which is centered around quarterly strategic planning, and why a framework for intentionality and implementation is key for flying further faster. Tune in to discover how Melissa helps owners and leaders stop getting in their own way, and why aligned execution is the secret to getting results. You'll hear how the quarterly strategic planning framework offers the opportunity to make better plans over time, the difference between passive and active learning, and the power of showing up for the wee things consistently. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.velocitywork.com/221
This week on the podcast, LJ and Rob sit down with Digital Transformation expert, Holly Langley. Holly recently launched her own consulting business in the UK. Her goal is to help your firm with its Digital transformation journey. Holly teaches firms the Continuous Software Implementation methodology. TL:DR you are never done implementing a software or process. This episode is full of success stories and common sense ways to get the most out of your software and teams. Check out the episode to learn more and if you need a shot of confidence to launch your own business, Holly is a must meet. This episode is brought to you by Leap Consulting Solutions. Remember to rate, review and share the episode. You can subscribe to the YOE Podcast Newsletter at www.yoepodcast.com
Brian Pfeifer and Brian Hill from the Illinois DOT, join us to talk about developing a balanced mix design program in their state. Related information:Testing Protocols to Ensure Performance of High Asphalt Binder Replacement Mixes Using RAP and RASDevelopment of Long-Term Aging Protocol for Implementation of the Illinois Flexibility Index Test (I-FIT) Utilizing Lab Tests To Predict Asphalt Concrete Overlay Performance Positive Practices, Lessons Learned, and Challenges When Implementing Balanced Design of Asphalt Mixtures: Site Visits Tech Brief: Balanced Asphalt Mix Design: Eight Tasks for Implementation Case Studies on the Implementation of Balanced Mix Design and Performance Tests for Asphalt Mixtures: Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) North Central Peer Exchange on Balanced Mix Design (BMD): Outcomes Summary: Seven States from the North Central U.S. gathered for a peer exchange and discussion on implementation activities to support Balanced Mix Design (BMD)
The are very, very few people such as Dr. Stephen Cunnane that have done so much work on ‘brain health' with aging. Though he states others have come before him that have pointed to use of Ketones as an ‘alternative' fuel for the brain, it is Dr. Cunnane's work on the ‘Keto-Pet Scan' that showed just how vital it is. To Many, the work of Dr. Cunnane offers incredible hope in how to restore brain function in those with MCI, mild cognitive impairment and AD.Links:His Book The Survival of the FattestHis work at The Institue for Food, Brain and BehaviorDr. Cunnane's presentation at IHMCDr. Cunnane's presentation at Virta Health Summit Dr. Cunnane's postion and work at Research Center on Aging at Sherbrooke Univerisity, Quebec, Canada —————————COME SAY HI!!! —————————— Facebook Group about Keto: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ketonaturopath/ - ---------OUR NEW MEMBERSHIP GROUP FOR EVERYTHING KETO ----------------Labs, Research and cooking, Implementation www.ketonaturopathmembers.com Weekly Live Zoom Q&A Sessions and private FB group BLOG: https://ketonaturopath.com/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ketonaturopath YYouTube channel www.youtube.com/ketonaturopath Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/482971/episodes Our Youtube Podcasts https://studio.youtube.com/channel/UC6LBX8_RDaXtzF_Z02jvl0QJudi's NEW cooking channel Keto Naturopath Kitchen https://www.youtube.com/c/KetoNaturopathKitchen ——————————— OUR COURSE —————————— PSMF 30 day course: https://www.thebiointegrationcode.com/courses/PSMFChallenge —————WHERE WE GET OUR Uric ACID FORA 6 METER ———————— https://www.fora-shop.com/ (that measures Glucose, Ketones, and Cholesterol together with Uric Acid) Get a 10% discount with this Discount Code: Ketonaturopath10 How we use the Fora 6 Meter https://youtu.be/0V5B_SXR6qM ————WHERE WE GET OUR GENOME SNP ANALYSIS DONE——————————— Strategene https://bit.ly/3iqCfka ——————————WHERE WE GET YOUR LABS DONE—————————————— https://www.UltaLabTests.com/ketonaturopath ————————— WHERE WE BUY OUR SUPPLEMENTS ———————————— https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/drgoldkamp/signupWhy get a Fullscript account to get your supplements?? 1. They have more brands than anywhere else to choose from; 2. Their prices are 20 -50% lower than anywhere else; compare and you'll see 3. This is where most physicians have their account 4. Been in existence for nearly 30 years working with physicians and health practitioners