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The Modern Craftsman Podcast
#201 Innovation is about people

The Modern Craftsman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 99:53


Art smith director of operations at Duration Millwork joins to talk about automation and staying true to your business.  Where to find our guest: https://www.durationmillwork.com/ Episode brought to you by: https://www.durationmillwork.com/ https://podcast.renorun.com/moderncraftsman The Modern Craftsman https://www.instagram.com/the.moderncraftsman/ Where to find our hosts: Nick Schiffer  https://www.instagram.com/nsbuilders/ https://bit.ly/nsbuildersyoutube Tyler Grace  https://www.instagram.com/trghomeconcepts/ John Hourihan https://www.instagram.com/heresjohnnyh/ https://www.instagram.com/vintagebuilders/ Podcast Produced By: Motif Media https://www.motifmedia.com/ https://www.instagram.com/motifmediaco/ Music: "Dessert" by Nate Gusakov https://www.instagram.com/nategusakovmusic/

Converging Dialogues
#106 - The Interconnectedness of Scale: A Dialogue with Geoffrey West

Converging Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 125:12


In this episode, Xavier Bonilla has a dialogue with Geoffrey West about scale and sustainability. They begin by discussing scale and how it is typically defined. They give an overview of the major relevant scaling laws including the logarithmic scale. They discuss the importance of metabolic rate and the magic number four. They talk about growth and scale and how these concepts are applied with aging along with the role of temperature on metabolism. They discuss fractals and how they work with scale in cities. They talk about the social connectedness of cities, rural areas, and a grand unified theory of sustainability.  Geoffrey West is the Shannan Distinguished Professor and past President at the Santa Fe Institute. He is a theoretical physicist and has done extensive research in elementary particles and general scaling phenomena. He is Fellow of the American Physical Society and was one of their Centenary Speakers in 2003. He has won the Mercer Award from the Ecological Society of America, the Weldon Memorial Prize (2005), and the APS Szilard Award (2013). He was named Time magazine's "100 Most Influential People in the World" in 2006 and is the author of several books. His most recent book, Scale: The Universal Laws of Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Pace of Life IN Organisms, Cities, Economies, and Companies, can be found here. You can also find his work at his website. 

Leadership and Loyalty™
1/2 Medical Innovations from The Sky Below: Scott Parazynski

Leadership and Loyalty™

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 35:26


Generational and technological changes and advance have blurred the leadership lines. The old command and control has lost a great deal of its functionality. Innovation and collaboration are essential in moving forward as organizations and as leaders. What can we learn from the advances in space technology? Let's find out together. Our guest is Dr. Scott Parazynski. Scott is a NASA trained astronaut who was recently inducted into the US Astronaut Hall of Fame. He's a highly decorated physician, tech CEO, and a widely sought-after keynote speaker on innovation, risk management, and leadership under extreme adversity.  Dr. Scott Parazynski is both Stanford and Harvard graduate and has conducted ground-breaking research in space physiology and high-altitude acclimatization. In 1992, he was selected to join NASA's Astronaut Corps and eventually flew 5 Space Shuttle missions and conducted 7 spacewalks. Mission highlights include; leading the first joint US-Russian spacewalk while docked to the Russian space station Mir; serving as Senator John Glenn's crew mate; and personal physician and the assembly of the Canadian-built space station robotic arm. He is also a prolific inventor/product developer and serves on the boards of several companies. Dr. Parazynski is the Founder and CEO of Fluidity Technologies, focused on the development of revolutionary input devices powered by machine learning to intuitively move through physical and virtual space. More on Dr. Scott Parazynski: Website https://parazynski.com. Social Media https://www.facebook.com/scottparazynski. https://twitter.com/AstroDocScott https://www.linkedin.com/in/parazynski https://www.instagram.com/astrodocscott . . . Curious about how to tap into what drives meaning in your life and create meaningful transformation in the lives you touch? Take a look at DovBaron.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Diagnose: Zukunft - Der Experten Podcast
#84 Wo verbergen sich die größten Chancen in der Digitalisierung der Medizin?

Diagnose: Zukunft - Der Experten Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 33:17


Liebe Zuhörende, herzlich willkommen zur 2. Staffel der „Diagnose: Zukunft“, präsentiert von eHealth-Tec. Der Podcast thematisiert die Digitalisierung des Gesundheitswesens und beleuchtet die Entwicklung in diesem Bereich aus unterschiedlichen Blickwinkeln. Zusammen mit hochkarätigen Gästen sprechen die Gastgeber Doc Esser und Tobias Leipold über Herausforderungen und mögliche Zukunftsprozesse in diesem spannenden Themenfeld. Dr. Lara Maier gibt uns einen Einblick, welche Bedeutung Healthcare, Lifestyle- und Ernährungsmedizin zukünftig haben werden. Und was versteht man unter dem Begriff Lifestylemedizin und wie lassen sich diese Bereiche mit der Digitalisierung koppeln? Wo liegen noch große Chancen verborgen, die wir nutzen und umsetzen können? Welche Rolle spielt dabei auch die Schulmedizin und welche Vorteile haben die Patienten durch immer mehr digitale Anwendungen und Produkte? Diese und weitere spannende Themen erwarten Sie in Diagnose:Zukunft, präsentiert von eHealth-Tec. Viel Spaß beim Anhören!

Veterinary Vitals
Introducing TVMA's New Executive Director, Troy Alexander

Veterinary Vitals

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 17:56


Announcing the next TVMA Executive Director, Troy Alexander. Mr. Alexander has been involved with Texas politics since 1989. He has served bipartisan efforts in the Texas Legislature, worked as a senior executive in a state agency and with private associations. He comes to TVMA from Texas Medical Association (TMA) where he served as the Director for Legislative Affairs. In this role, he helped develop political strategy and was the lead advocate on a wide array of public health, ethics, privacy, health information technology, and tax issues. He returned to TMA in late 2010 after previously serving from 1999-2003 as Director of Political Education. In that capacity, he was responsible for TEXPAC, one of the largest political action committees in the state and nation. Immediately prior to returning to TMA, Mr. Alexander served as the Director of the Center for Program Coordination, Policy and Innovation at the Texas Department of State Health Services. He led a staff of policy analysts and program specialists who tackled cross divisional policy concerns, implementation of 2010 federal health care reform and staffed the gubernatorially appointed DSHS Council. Prior to DSHS, he served as Senior Policy Analyst for Health and Human Services for the Texas Speaker of the House of Representatives.  Mr. Alexander will begin his service as TVMA's Executive Director on March 7th.Support the show (http://www.tvma.org)

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs
Innovation and Tokenomics in the Giraffe Tower with Gary Henderson

NFT 365: 1st Daily Podcast Minting NFTs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 67:05


Let's start off in the way back machine of NFT history...  Aka less than a year ago! My view and take on NFTs: Dec 2020: People are really paying money for JPEGS April 2021: Wow these people aren't giving up on these expensive JPEGs I guess I will check out some of these Clubhouse rooms. May 2nd: Entertained by a room of Bored Apes in Clubhouse still confused on what makes these JPEGs so special May 5th-10th read all I can on NFTs & setup my Metamask wallet May 10th ready to buy VeeFriends NFT with ETH in MM May 12th press the button to buy VeeFriends but then hit reject July started researching projects to buy but still unsure I wanted to go all-in August 3rd: Gary Henderson gifted me a Blazed Cat #492 Here is the Blazed Cat that Gary gifted me: https://twitter.com/iSocialFanz/status/1484291661316472839?s=20 As you'll learn in this episode I launched my creator coin ADHD at the same time Gary Henderson today's guest launched his $Gary coin and I went all-in on his Giraffe Towers when he launched phase 1 back in October.   What Gary has built as far as NFT technology and utility I believe is world class which is why I thought he would be a great guests for the podcast so you could not only learn about some of the journey into NFTs but also how some of the project founders are thinking differently.  Giraffe Tower NFT is minting now at .05: https://giraffetowernft.com/ Check out Gary.Club and $Gary coin on Rally at: https://rally.io/creator/GARY/  Mentioned NFT projects on this episode AlphaGirlClub Playboy Rabbitars Women and Weapons Expansion Punks Chibi Labs If you love the podcast please leave a review on Apple Podcasts and support the show by checking out our new website: https://www.NFT365Podcast.com 

Mooch FM
Innovation in the UAE with Mohamed Jouan Al-Dhaheri & John D'Agostino

Mooch FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 30:10


In this special episode, Anthony is joined by Mohamed Jouan Al-Dhaheri, executive chairman, CEO & co-founder of RainMKRS Capital, and founder & CEO of The Monarch Group; and John D'Agostino, senior advisor for strategy at Coinbase, lecturer at Columbia University & MIT, and shareholder and advisor at RainMKRS Capital - for a conversation on innovation in the United Arab Emirates. Together they discuss the growth of the UAE as it celebrated its 50th anniversary last year, explore its vision to become the “central hub;” and share why the region's culture of embracing technology makes it a valuable testing ground for small to mid-scale blockchain applications. 

The Interchange
Innovation And Data Are Revolutionizing The Grid

The Interchange

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 41:48


America's energy transition is a complex and intricate process with a lot of moving parts. When discussing decarbonizing the globe, the electrical grid is usually overlooked and left out of the conversation. With an influx of renewable energy entering the grid, a constantly growing energy demand, coupled with record-breaking weather events and ageing infrastructure we have seen the strength of the existing grid tested to the limit. The American Electrical Grid is in need of physical updates and digital modernization. This week, David is accompanied by two leaders of grid modernization industry, Peter Wells (CEO of Smart Wires) and Hudson Gilmer (CEO of LineVision) whose companies are using data and new tech to enable the grid to cope with the new demands.Smart Wires uses Modular Power Control to direct power where it's needed and decrease the chances of possible outages and LineVision uses the power of innovative data and analytical tools to ensure the power lines and grid are being optimized and used at their fullest capacity. David, Hudson and Peter discuss the biggest challenges utility companies across the US are facing. How is the introduction of new renewable energy projects affecting the grid? How reliable is our grid in times of extreme weather events? Is the grid currently on track to keep up with the future projections of energy demand? What are the policy changes required to modernize the grid? All these questions and more, on The Interchange: Recharged.The Interchange is brought to you by the Yale Program in Financing and Deploying Clean Energy, training working professionals to accelerate the deployment of clean energy worldwide. To connect with Yale expertise right from your laptop, grow your professional network, and deepen your impact, visit yalecleanenergy.info/Interchange and apply before March 13, 2022.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Social Geek Radio
PropTech Innovations with Kathleen Kuhn

Social Geek Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 18:00


Kathleen Kuhn has moved from being a franchisee, then a franchisor with a national home inspection franchise. Now she's moved in a new entrepreneurial direction as the President of Moove Guru, the first “PropTech” franchise. Kathleen shares trends on where both real estate and franchising are heading in 2022.   Thanks to AnswerConnect and Oneupweb.    

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
Spotlight: Biden's Foreign Policy Response Must Change—Or Is It Too Late?

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 3:24


For the first time since the Cold War, we are faced with powerful adversaries determined to fundamentally alter the global status quo and who have the means to seriously challenge the U.S. Can the Biden Administration develop a defense and foreign policy strategy that meets our real needs before it's too late? Steve Forbes on the crises brewing internationally and on why Biden's foreign policy response must change.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Innovation Inside LaunchStreet: Leading Innovators | Business Growth | Improve Your Innovation Game
Friday Wrap Up - Insights on Experimentation, Friction, Taking Control, and Borrowing Innovation

Innovation Inside LaunchStreet: Leading Innovators | Business Growth | Improve Your Innovation Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 31:42


This week's insights are all about Experimentation, friction, taking control, and borrowing innovation. This week's Everyday Innovator interviews were very different -Savanna Givens (Inquisitive Risk Taker) the assistant at a credit union, Chris Chopyak (Instinctual Risk Taker) the innovation and visual strategist, Supriya Surender (Imaginative Inquisitive) the alopecia advocate, and Jake Dunlap (Collaborative Inquisitive) the sales professional.  In this Friday wrap-up, I'm going to share the aha moments that spoke to me and how they impacted my work and results. I'm going to share the secret sauce to communicating new ideas for buy-in. In doing so I hope you find ways to take what you are learning and transfer it into action. Link and listen to any of the episodes.  Tamara's Everyday Innovator style: Risk Taker Experiential   Listen In!     This week's insights are all about Experimentation, friction, taking control, and borrowing innovation. This week's Everyday Innovator interviews were very different -Savanna Givens (Inquisitive Risk Taker) the assistant at a credit union, Chris Chopyak (Instinctual Risk Taker) the innovation and visual strategist, Supriya Surender (Imaginative Inquisitive) the alopecia advocate, and Jake Dunlap (Collaborative Inquisitive) the sales professional.  In this Friday wrap-up, I'm going to share the aha moments that spoke to me and how they impacted my work and results. I'm going to share the secret sauce to communicating new ideas for buy-in. In doing so I hope you find ways to take what you are learning and transfer it into action. Link and listen to any of the episodes.  Tamara's Everyday Innovator style: Risk Taker Experiential   Check out our sponsor Howdy Puppy Discover your Everyday Innovator Style Everyday Innovators Digital Magazine Everyday Innovators Online Facebook Group Innovation is Everybody's Business Book Connect with Tamara on LinkedIn or join the innovator Facebook group to listen in live and have the opportunity to connect.       

Licensed to Lead
034 - Value-Based Care: The Programs, the Problems and Why Physicians Must Lead

Licensed to Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 74:39


My guest is Dr. Roger Fowler, Vice President, and Chief Medical Director of Quality, Performance and Innovation with CHRISTUS Health in Irving, Texas.As an expert in population health, quality, and healthcare reform, Dr. Fowler offers a rich perspective on the historical events that underpin our current state of U.S. healthcare. His belief is that we must move away from payment systems that reward the quantity of procedures performed, and move toward those programs that reward excellent outcomes for patients and the community.Dr. Fowler describes how quality measures themselves have their origins in the way insurance companies ranked desirable vs. undesirable physicians based on each physician's claims data. It was all about costs. The use of the term Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) is an important reminder of the insurance industry's perspective about medicine vs. the perspective we as physicians have. MLR means that the resources spent on providing medical care for patients is the Loss referred to in this acronym. A family medicine physician for 40 years, Dr. Fowler says when he first heard medical care referred to as a loss it was like fingernails on a blackboard for him.Dr. Fowler has compelling stories of how the healthcare system goes haywire. He talks about the unintended consequences of early “hospitalization insurance” and EMTALA regulations and he laments the various ways unscrupulous characters cash in on patients' vulnerabilities. His expertise and patience almost meet their match with my ignorance about Medicare programs. He labors to help me understand some of the key points of Medicare Advantage, Traditional Medicare, ACOs, Shared Savings programs, and more. After we finished our conversation, I requested a CME certificate.As a patient advocate and expert on population health and quality, he is passionate about getting to a reasonable level of spending on primary care (currently only 5-6% of U.S. healthcare spending is on primary care). He believes doubling the dollars spent on primary care would make significant inroads to address U.S. cost and quality woes.See the newsletter episode #34 for a glossary of some of the terms discussed: https://bit.ly/LTLmoreinfoMeet Roger Fowler, MDDr. Fowler is the Vice President and Chief Medical Director of Quality, Performance and Innovation with CHRISTUS Health, an international not-for-profit health system with hospitals, clinics, physicians and staff in five states and in Latin America.Dr. Fowler envisioned, launched and provided leadership for the department of Population Health for the Trinity Clinic in Tyler, Texas, before that organization merged with CHRISTUS Health. Ultimately, he became the Chief Medical Director of Population Health and Health Plans, and CMO for the CHRISTUS Health Quality Care Alliance (ACO) and CHRISTUS Quality Network (CIN). Most recently Dr. Fowler assumed leadership for the Pharmacy and Quality Improvement departments for the health plan and the Medical Management Department.Dr. Fowler has a broad history of administrative and governance roles, including chairman of the Trinity Clinic board for five years. He began his career as a family medicine physician in a solo practice in 1981 in Kilgore, Texas, providing full spectrum family medicine care. He is a husband, father, grandfather and has been a runner for 43 years.https://www.linkedin.com/in/roger-n-fowler-md-faafp-14513236/RogerNFowler@gmail.comhttps://bit.ly/JAMAarticleEP34https://bit.ly/AAFP_articleEP34SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER: https://bit.ly/LicensedToLeadSignup

Moove
Moove | "Zu viel Geld ist schädlich"

Moove

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 72:01


„Wenn das klappt, was die vorhaben, dann ändert das alles!“ Sätze wie dieser gehören zu Marcus Behrendt, wie die Startups ins Silicon Valley. Das liegt aber nicht daran, dass Behrendt ein ausufernd optimistischer Geselle ist, sondern viel mehr an seinem Job. Für den BMW-eigenen Risikokapital-Fond BMW iVentures sucht er zusammen mit seinen 16 Kollegen nach Startups, die die Welt verändern wollen – und in seinen Augen auch das Potential dazu haben. In der aktuellen Folge des Moove Podcasts haben wir mit ihm darüber gesprochen, was die Autohersteller wirklich von den Startups brauchen und lernen können, wo die Startups Unterstützung brauchen und ab wann sich eine Investition wirklich lohnt. Außerdem sprechen wir über Technologietransfer, warum es für Behrendt kein Problem ist, dass Startups wie Soildpower (Feststoffbatterie-Technik) auch mit Ford zusammenarbeitet und es für ihn kein Verlust ist, wenn Tech-Riesen wie Intel sich Unternehmen wie Moovit einverleiben, in die BMW vorher investiert hat. Behrendt erzählt zudem von E-Fuels-Startups wie Prometeus und Werkstoff-Startups wie Boston Metall Er verrät auch, wie es ist im Silicon Valley keinen Tesla zu fahren, wie alle anderen Leute, wie wenig Startups es am Ende tatsächlich schaffen, warum zu viel Geld die jungen Unternehmen auch kaputt machen kann und nach welchen Regeln der Corporate Venture Capital Fond (CVC) BMW iVentures überhaupt in die jungen, aufstrebenden Unternehmer investiert.

Tech Bites
Forbes 30 Under 30 Food & Drink Class of 2022

Tech Bites

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 48:01


Meet the Forbes 30 Under 30 Food & Drink class of 2022. The annual list identifies and applauds young innovators and entrepreneurs who are redefining the way we eat, drink and think about food. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with Forbes Under 30 editors Chloe Sorvino and Kristin Stoller. Two of this year's winners talk about the impact of being on the list: Amy Zhou, Director of Operations at Michelin-starred COTE in New York City and Miami and Co-Founder at Wine Empowered, and Alexis Nikole Nelson, forager, cook, educator and social media sensation @BlackForager.Photo Courtesy of Forbes.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Tech Bites by becoming a member!Tech Bites is Powered by Simplecast.

Fitness + Technology
2022 Fitness Technology Innovation Awards

Fitness + Technology

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 5:17


This week, on the Fitness + Technology podcast, host Bryan O'Rourke invites listeners to participate in FIT-C's 2022 Fitness Technology Innovation Awards. This award will be going to the most innovative and technologically progressive fitness professional, supplier, and facility in response to overcoming and innovating as a result of the pandemic. We encourage our members to apply and nominate those who have demonstrated new solutions to serve their clients in unique and better ways. Winners will receive special awards and recognition for their efforts.   If you are interested in participating, please visit our website at: http://www.fittechcouncil.org/fitc-innovation-award-2021. Self and third party nominations are both accepted. Nominations are due by January 31st.  You can reach out to Bryan at bryankorourke@gmail.com if you have any questions.  Guest Contact Information: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bryankorourke/ http://www.fittechcouncil.org/ https://www.youtube.com/user/bko61163

Afropop Worldwide
I Am The Upsetter: The Sonic Innovation of Lee ‘Scratch' Perry

Afropop Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 59:00


Jamaican record producer Lee 'Scratch' Perry is widely celebrated as one of the most important creative figures to emerge in the late-20th Century. In 'I Am The Upsetter: The Sonic Innovation of Lee 'Scratch' Perry,' producer David Katz, who is Perry's authorized biographer, draws on archive interviews to explore his incredible career, which began in the early 1960s and continued until August 2021, only ending when Perry died, aged 85. One of Bob Marley's most important mentors, Perry's Black Ark studio used substandard equipment, but the innovative work he produced there with Max Romeo, Junior Murvin and others inspired a range of artists active in other genres, including Paul McCartney, the Clash, and the Beastie Boys. APWW #848 Produced by David Katz

Customer Service Secrets by Kustomer
From Impressed to Obsessed | Jon Picoult

Customer Service Secrets by Kustomer

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 24:25


Our guest today, Jon Picoult, the founder of Watermark Consulting, helps companies impress their customers. He's a leading expert in customer-employee experience and has been featured in dozens of media outlets including the Wallstreet Journal, the New York Times, NBC News forums, fortune 100 CEOs, and he's been working with small entrepreneurs. He's been helping people across the business manage this concept of customer and employee experience and is joining us today to talk about this idea of loyalty-enhancing strategies. You can save money and future hassle with customers by getting rid of issues before the customers even face them. Every time you say no to your customer, it saps their loyalty to your company.Is customer satisfaction key? 4:51Jon's definition of customer service 6:21Quantify the customer experience and understand where they're coming from 13:17The most universal problem/challenge in customer experience 15:21How companies can make it easy to do business with them 19:19“If you are doing things better in the experience upstream, for example making products that are easier to assemble, or providing sales materials that are easier for people to understand and more accurately set expectations. If you're doing things like that, what you actually end up doing is obviating the need for downstream customer contact. You're basically pre-empting dumb, avoidable reasons why customers reach out to you.” 9:49

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
Spotlight: Stock Market Is Still Overvalued; Where Is It Heading In 2022?

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 3:27


By all traditional measures, stocks have been overvalued for a long time. With stocks off to a terrible start in 2022 is the stock market still overvalued, or is the current weakness just a road bump on the way to new highs? Steve Forbes on what the bullish case boils down to, how the conditions have changed, and why investors should beware.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Partnering Leadership
The Purpose Economy and The Science of Purpose & Fulfilment at Work with Aaron Hurst |Partnering Leadership Global Thought Leader

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 40:21


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Aaron Hurst, Co-founder, CEO of Imperative, the peer coaching platform, Founder of the Taproot Foundation, and the author of The Purpose Economy. Aaron Hurst shares why in the purpose economy value lies in connecting to employees to purpose through serving needs greater than their own, enabling personal growth, getting a greater sense of meaning, building community, and having a more significant impact. Aaron also talks about the different purpose drivers and how leaders can better connect their organizations and teams with greater purpose.  Some highlights:- Aaron Hurst shares the biggest myths about purpose mindset- How purpose can be a competitive advantage- Impact of purpose on the individual, organization, and society- How to more effectively connect people with their purpose- Aaron Hurst on the different purpose drives for leaders- The role peer coaching plays in relating to individual purposeAlso mentioned in this episode:Brené Brown, Author of the books “Atlas of the Heart”, “You Are Your Best Thing”, “The Gifts of Imperfection”, and many moreConnect with Aaron Hurst:Aaron Hurst WebsiteAaron Hurst TwitterAaron Hurst LinkedInImperative Official WebsiteTaproot Foundation Official WebsiteConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

IT Visionaries
Disrupting Fleet Management to Make a Positive Impact with Jairam Ranganathan, the SVP of Product at KeepTruckin

IT Visionaries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 34:55


Trucking in this country is a big deal. It's a massive industry ripe for disruption because of its scale and the fact that there is plenty of room for technological advancement. According to Jairam Ranganathan, the SVP of Product at KeepTruckin, fleet management is also an area where a company can make a huge, positive impact.Main TakeawaysRipe for Disruption and Opportunity: Clearly, the commercial fleet industry is massive. Due to its size and also its fragmentation, innovations do take time. On the other hand, there is an incredible need for innovation and the potential to make a real impact in the fleet management space.Saving Lives and Increasing Quality of Life: According to Ranganathan, the exciting aspect of making a difference in fleet management comes down to helping people. He describes the satisfaction that is derived from saving lives on the road and from helping truck drivers have a better work experience. There's a lesson here that can cut across all industries — helping others is a high value and is very motivating too.A.I. Cameras: A.I. cameras are one such innovation that Ranganathan is working on at KeepTruckin that can increase safety and save lives. Ranganathan shares how A.I. cameras can provide life-saving information in real time. Where sometimes it may be difficult to easily quantify the benefit of A.I., here is a crystal clear example of how A.I. can be used to better human life.Fleet Management Integration: Ranganathan suggests that the fleet management world was fairly atomized when KeepTruckin came on the scene. He explains that KeepTruckin made a decision when entering the market to focus on integrated products. KeepTruckin creates hardware and software products as well as diverse applications. To make a dent in a market among specialized companies, creating a more integrated product line makes sense to offer more utility and ease for customers.IT Visionaries is brought to you by the Salesforce Platform - the #1 cloud platform for digital transformation of every experience. Build connected experiences, empower every employee, and deliver continuous innovation - with the customer at the center of everything you do. Learn more at salesforce.com/platform

Rheinische Post Aufwacher
Ein Robo-Cop-Dog für NRW - was die Polizei in ihrem Innovationslabor austüftelt

Rheinische Post Aufwacher

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 15:34


Ein Polizei-Roboter, der in gefährlichen Situationen zum Einsatz kommen soll. Klingt futuristisch? Den gibt es aber schon! Im Innovation Lab der Polizei NRW wird an Technik gearbeitet, die die Polizeiarbeit sicherer machen soll und Leben retten kann.

IoT For All Podcast
What's the Enterprise Network Operator Strategy? | IoT For All Podcast E153 | Pod Group's Sam Colley

IoT For All Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 39:14


In this week's podcast with the Pod Group's Sam Colley, CEO, and Felix Ontañón, Director of Research and Innovation, we discuss IoT connectivity and the Enterprise Network Operator (ENO) strategy. They share their insights on the IoT landscape, barriers to adoption, and information about their recent acquisition by G+D.The ENO strategy allows hardware manufacturing distributors, the companies creating the IoT projects, with the ability to be their own operator along with the benefits that come from it. Allowing companies to have more ownership and control over their project coupled with greater privacy.Sam Colley has focused his career on working in the telecommunications sector and the M2M/IoT communications market. He joined Pod Group in 2011 and contributed to the geographic and financial expansion of the company. Since 2019 he has been the CEO and focused on developing new global markets and increasing Pod's footprints in existing ones.Felix Ontañón is part of the Research and Innovation department at the Pod Group, where he works heavily in IoT connectivity and creating innovative technologies to overcome connectivity challenges. He is particularly interested in LPWANs, SIM card applets, eSIM/eUICC, Edge Computing, and Artificial Intelligence for IoT and has recently led Pod Group's Open Source Community initiatives.

The Innovation Show
Built to Innovate Part 1 with Ben M. Bensaou

The Innovation Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 65:26


Intro It's no secret that continuous innovation is the key to seizing and maintaining the competitive edge in today's increasingly challenging business environment. Unfortunately, the process for achieving this holy grail of business has been a mystery—until now. Today's book delivers a proven system for building relentless innovation into your company's DNA. Our guest, a Professor and former Dean of Executive Education at INSEAD explores the essential practices of many of the world's most innovative organizations and demonstrates how you can leverage them in your own company. You'll learn how to drive innovating in product design and creative use of technology―as well as business activities, such as business model redesign, customer service, distribution, finance, talent development, and sales. The big question on the mind of every business leader today is: What can I do to create extra value for my company and the customers we serve? This book provides everything you need to transform your organization into an innovating engine that continually produces new products and processes to generate enormous new value for you and for the customers you serve. It is a pleasure to welcome the author of “Built to Innovate: Essential Practices to Wire Innovation into Your Company's DNA" Ben Bensaou, welcome to the show. Timestamps of content: 3:08 Innovation v Innovating 6:12 Duality of business: Executing v Innovating 9:03  A company's innovating engine is driven by three key processes of innovating: creation, integration, and reframing 13:10 The Buzzing Fridge of Innovation for Leaders 20:33 The Built To Innovate Framework 34:13 The Power of Thank You The Power of Thank You and Building a Culture of Innovating 40:59 Psychological Safe environments to bring your ideas 48:29 The Importance of a Supportive Board 54:05 Where to start in an organisation and filtering ideas

Sync
75 - The Only Productivity Tip You Need for Google Chrome

Sync

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 13:54


We spend the bulk of our day trying to be productive managing work in web browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari. Yet we allow our productivity to suffer for a single reason. The solution does not include more extensions or apps. It starts with a shift in your philosophy on how you want to approach using the most important tool of your work day. If you follow this productivity tip and strategy, you'll find yourself with a clearer mind and a better ability to start deep, creative work whenever you want. Plus, your coworkers will no longer see your "messy room." Listen to find out what I mean.Watch the video version of this episode.Links Episode 73 - My Productivity UNSYSTEM Episode 74 - Declare To-Do Bankruptcy Episode 72 - What is Web3? Follow newsletter @kenyarmosh /in/kenyarmosh kenyarmosh.com

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People
BJ Fogg: Stanford Behavior Scientist and NYT Best Selling Author of Tiny Habits

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 68:11


Have you ever wondered if making small changes could make a difference? Struggling to make changes to improve your life? This week's guest, Dr. BJ Fogg, is the author of the bestseller, Tiny Habits: The Small Changes that Change Everything. He has researched human behavior for over 20 years at Stanford University. Join BJ Fogg and Guy Kawasaki, this week on the Remarkable People podcast!

Bridging the Gap
Construction: At the Innovation Forefront

Bridging the Gap

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 34:23


If there are a hundred ways that something can go wrong on a project, there are now a thousand ways to fix it. So what's best for you and your company? Join host Todd and guest Bob Armbrister as they discuss the benefits of technology adoption, the difference between adoption by field workers and every other department, how our choices now impact us in the future, and more. Bob Armbrister is the President and CEO of SPARK Business Works. As a member of the leadership team for several organizations over the past decade, he has served as a forward thinking, mission-driven information technology executive. He desires to impact and create significant advancements in efficiency, productivity, and accountability. He enjoys the never-ending challenge of turning complex computer information into understandable and easy-to-access data for strategic thinkers. Todd Takes: When starting to implement new technology, it is important to start with user center design. Think through how people are actually going to use and leverage the technology. What needs to change in their workflow and how are you going to streamline that process. Challenge your assumptions by taking time to sit down with the people that are experiencing the pain points. By getting them involved early in the process, you are helping to ensure you are on the right track that will actually and practically address the issue at hand. Bob brought up the different personas that should be involved in the implementation process. Think through which personas and stakeholders need to be involved and recruit them to join the team.

The Ivy Podcast
Conversation on Innovation, Recruiting & Investment Strategies with Ajay Agarwal, Partner at Bain Capital Ventures

The Ivy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 35:51


Ajay invests in seed and Series A business software and has spent the bulk of his career building and investing […]

Coffey & Code
Let's Talk Digital Equality, Ethics & Ethos in the Metaverse with Athena Demos

Coffey & Code

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 43:27


Episode #34: On today's episode, I will be talking with Athena Demos about digital equality, ethics & ethos in the Metaverse. This conversation explores why it is essential to advocate for digital equality, ethics, and ethos in the virtual space. Athena also shares her journey as a producer behind bringing the legendary Burning Man experience into VR in the pandemic, why she's passionate about advocacy in the Metaverse, and advice that she has for those listening that want to learn more about being an advocate for ethics & ethos in the Metaverse. This episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in digital equality in virtual spaces. About Athena Demos: Athena co-founded Big Rock Creative, a successful XR experience company, that won the Producer's Guild Award for Innovation, the Aurea Award for creativity, the No Proscenium award for Best VR experience of 2020, and the Hermes' Platinum Award. With over 20 years of experience producing iconic events like the LA Decompression Arts and Music Celebration and the Art of Change Inaugural Ball for President Obama in LA to produce BRCvr. BRCvr is an official virtual Burning Man Experience and unprecedented in the VR space. She spent 8+ years as the PM of two time Academy Award Winning documentary film company, Moriah Films. In October, 2020 she took the documentary series she was working on before covid about indigenous women called In Her Shoes, and her VR knowledge and combined them to produce a 360 VR documentary shot in Teotitlan de Valle, Mexico about a Zapoteca family celebrating their most holy holiday, Dia de Los Muertos, during a deadly pandemic (currently in post production). Athena will be speaking on 'Bringing the Principles of Burning Man into the Metaverse; Jan 29 at 10am PT in AltspaceVR. More details and RSVP can be found here. Links Mentioned in the Show: XR Women BRCvr - An Official Virtual Burning Man Experience 10 Principles of Burning Man BRCvr Facebook Page BRCvr Twitter BRCvr Instagram Want to support this podcast? Visit https://anchor.fm/coffeyandcode/support or leave a rate & review on Apple Podcasts. *Subscribe to Coffey & Code to be notified when new episodes go live!* Is there someone in the tech space who you would love to hear on the show? I'd love to hear from you. CLICK HERE to drop me a line, or send me a DM on Twitter @ashleycoffey_ or Instagram @ashleyrcoffey89. Thanks for listening to Coffey & Code! FULL EPISODE TRANSCRIPT HERE --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coffeyandcode/support

You, Me, and Your Top Three
Understanding Yourself (wsg Michael McFall)

You, Me, and Your Top Three

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 50:24


Understanding Yourself | Michael McFall, Co-CEO of Biggby Coffee, joins host Gregg Garrett to discuss the importance of knowing thyself and understanding your purpose in order to leave a legacy. Of course, Mike speaks about his Top 3, which range from Bob Fish, his business partner, who holds him accountable, to his mother, who created a solid foundation in his life, to his YPO forum members and his very successful friend. And you have to hear what he has to say about protecting time to remain productive. About Michael McFall Michael McFall's journey within BIGGBY® COFFEE began in 1997 when he and his business partner, Bob Fish went on the now-infamous walk around Michigan State University's campus. They were meant to discuss opening a second store with Mike as the manager. A couple of hours later, the walk ended with a handshake on the agreement of becoming equal partners to grow the brand, BIGGBY® COFFEE. Mike's story within the company originally kicked off in 1996, at the very first store, when he took a minimum wage job as a barista. He has since held nearly every position in the company, completing an astonishing journey from barista to Co-CEO. Mike's cowboy-squirrel-like mentality and full array of BIGGBY® experience is what allows him to create authentic relationships with employees and Franchise Owners that are built on genuine understanding, credibility, and respect. Two decades into this remarkable voyage, Mike brings a unique personal experience to the company, having led BIGGBY® COFFEE through survival mode, stability, and aggressive growth. In August 2019, Mike published the book, Grind, with the single purpose of helping entrepreneurs establish a positive cash-flow business. This book is built on his personal experience with the ups and downs of building a business, and Mike's “no-bullshit” and conversational approach to entrepreneurialism teaches people how to effectively improve their business. What better example of entrepreneurship could BIGGBY® COFFEE ask for than from one of the leaders who helped build the successful system up to where it is today. Mike graduated from Kalamazoo College in 1993 where he earned four varsity letters as a member of the golf team and a Bachelor's degree in Economics. He also studied for six months at Fourah Bay College at the University of Sierra Leone where he wrote the life story of Johnny Smythe. Mike participated in the West Island College Class Afloat program in 1988 and sailed halfway around the world on a square-rigged tall ship, visiting 13 countries. Currently, Mike serves as both a member and Forbes Contributor of Forbes Business Council. He also teaches on the subject of entrepreneurialism in his class ‘Finding Your Venture' at The University of Michigan Center for Entrepreneurship and is a hockey enthusiast with a Moonshot to one day own the Detroit Red Wings. When Mike is not spearheading BIGGBY® COFFEE's newest business venture or writing his latest book, he can be found in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with his wife, Elizaveta, and their four children. Show Highlights During this episode: Dissecting the phrase “Know thyself” [1:28] Welcoming, Michael McFall [6:36] The history and future of the Franchise Model [8:25] The “Top Three” Bob Fish, his business partner who holds him accountable [10:12] Mike's mother, who set a solid foundation for his decision making [17:30] YPO members, which serves as a support group for CEO's [21:49] A college friend, and brilliant friend with an incredible career, Michael Soenen [27:30] The history & purpose of Biggby Coffee [31:59] You have to hear this… The role of digital in the stated vision [38:40] Blocking time for productivity [47:35] Additional Information Contact Mike McFall: Mike's LinkedIn Contact Biggby Coffee: Contact Gregg Garrett: Gregg's LinkedIn Gregg's Twitter Gregg's Bio Contact CGS Advisors: Website LinkedIn Twitter

The Produce Moms Podcast
EP197: 100 Years And Two Families Have Helped Innovate The Entire Produce Industry With Brian Antle, Executive Vice President Of Sales For Tanimura & Antle

The Produce Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 44:38


“This is the company that really changed the access the rest of the United States had to get fresh, leafy greens.”   Lori Taylor (5:28-5:35)   Even though Tanimura & Antle wasn't “officially” launched until 1982, the families that make up this incredible fresh produce team have a legacy that stems from 100 years of growing experience. The Tanimura family and Antle family lived 40 miles apart from each other, with the Tanimura family emigrating from Japan and the Antle family migrating to California from Oklahoma during the Dust Bowl in the 1920's. During World War Two, the Antle family agreed to watch over the Tanimura's land while some of the Tanimura family was placed in internment camps and two of the brothers fought in the war.  When the war was over, the two families had an unmatched partnership and bond and decided to join forces; the Tanimuras growing the lettuce and the Antles marketing and selling it under their brand.     What started as a relationship between two families with a love for produce has now grown into a global company with 30,000 acres on the west coast, 7,000 employees annually, and sales across the Nation and internationally. Brian Antle, who got his start on the farm at the ripe age of 14 when he would get paid to move sprinkler pipes (a vital part of irrigation), jokes that “the plan was to get to 100,000 cases of produce a week.”  The company now sells almost 140,000 boxes a day and about 40 million cases a year!   Tanimura & Antle's core products are iceberg lettuce, romaine, red and green leaf, cauliflower, broccoli and celery. They also have organic produce, greenhouse grown produce, and an Artisan line of products that are uniquely branded for their different taste profiles, colors, qualities and crunchability. The Artisan family of specialty produce includes their Artisan Lettuce, Artisan Romaine, Artisan Sweet Gem, Artisan Baby Iceberg, Artisan Sweet Red Onions and Artisan Sweet Broccoli.   “They were the first company that put iceberg lettuce on a rail car on ice and shipped it from California to New York City and it arrived fresh. From there, as they say, the rest is history.” Lori Taylor (5:45-5:56)   The cool thing about Tanimura & Antle is the many ‘firsts' the company has ignited for the produce industry. Their family was the first to pack and wrap a head of lettuce in cellophane. They were also the first to use cardboard boxes and cool produce in vacuum cooling tubes prior to shipping, allowing the entire produce industry to move away from needing to ice everything and use rail cars.  Speaking of innovation, Tanimura & Antle even breeds their own seed genetics! The company can tailor their lettuce, to have a certain color, size or taste. They can also breed plants to become more resistant to certain disease or mildew pressures. Innovations in seed genetics ultimately allows Tanimura & Antle to harvest more product for consumption and decrease food waste at the field level. This is all done through natural plant breeding, none of these seeds are genetically modified organisms (GMOs).  Tanimura & Antle truly strives to find sustainability in every corner of their operations!     Another innovative practice of the company is the use of automated technology. Tanimura & Antle has a group of diversified businesses, one of those being Stout, a company focused on “smart farm equipment”. With the cost and shortages of skilled agricultural labor, farmers are being challenged with doing more with less every day. Tanimura & Antle is investing in machines that can help supplement these labor shortages, such as machines that eliminate weeds in the field using artificial intelligence and computer vision systems. Machines like this will allow farmers to [AP1] utilize the employees in areas of agricultural production that cannot be automated, such as harvesting or operating these new machines.  While this type of innovation can sometimes be viewed as eliminating jobs, they're not.  Innovations like this allow farmers to supplement the shortages within their work force in order to continue to feed the world.    “The ground is the most valuable asset we have next to our employees. Without either one, there is no sustainability.” Brian Antle (29:16-29:23)   One key to Tanimura & Antle's success is how much they value the ground they grow on. They're constantly rotating their crops and focus on keeping the ground healthy. Without healthy soil, they know they cannot grow a healthy crop. Tanimura & Antle views their employees as their #1 asset.  They ensure their employees are taken care of by providing things like a low cost employee housing complex, access to full health benefits, a matched 401k and one of the their proudest innovations, an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP).  They were one of the first major grower shippers to adopt an ESOP in the United States!  In 2017, the Tanimura and Antle families made the decision to make their employees official business partners and sold a portion of the company to the employees, creating the ESOP.  The ESOP allows employees to earn ownership stocks of the company through years of service and loyalty to the company.   When it comes to enjoying their produce, make sure to try one of their Artisan or Greenhouse Grown vegetables. You can find Tanimura & Antle in most major grocery retailers across North America, and if not, be sure to ask your local produce manager to put Tanimura & Antle's branded items on your grocery store shelf!  How to get involved Join The Produce Moms Group on Facebook and continue the discussion every week!  Reach out to us - we'd love to hear more about where you are in life and business! Find out more here.    If you liked this episode, be sure to subscribe and leave a quick review on iTunes. It would mean the world to hear your feedback and we'd love for you to help us spread the word!

Marketing Trends
How Insurance Can Elevate Your Business with Tim Metzner, Co-founder, Coterie Insurance

Marketing Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 44:20


When it comes to taking care of people, everyone in business says they want to, but very few people put together action steps to taking care of their team. Tim Metzner, Co-founder of Coterie Insurance, makes it his mission to build a culture where people not only want to work, but feel inspired and energized at the end of their day.“It's a big part of what drew me to this company, to this opportunity, to this industry. There's just such a chance to build a great long-term legacy company. I just love seeing people come alive in their careers because it trickles over into their personal lives and vice versa. Treating people as humans, building a great place for them to work. If you can do that, the impact you can have on a community is massive because we all become better humans when you know that 40 plus hours a week that we're dedicating to work is enjoyable. When we leave energized at the end of the day, when we leave actually wanting to come back and do more work. We have so much fire, to go do other good stuff in our lives.”You might think of insurance and groan, but Tim shows how a solid insurance company can really elevate your business. His team leverages their expertise to make sure business owners work on a company, not just in a company, and are able to keep their companies going strong. Be sure to listen to this episode of Marketing Trends to hear his secrets of satisfying and exciting both customers and employees. Main TakeawaysYou have to be adaptive: When marketing to new customers, you need to be ready to go to where they are, and speak a language that they understand. The best way to achieve this is to build a team of people who are smarter than you in new areas you don't know about.Put your products in places of relevance. Your customers shouldn't have to hunt down what they need. You want to make sure it's easy to get what they need, where they need it. For example, by putting the option to buy insurance on jewelry right when you buy it - it increases those sales (and eliminates fraud). Think about where you can present your products where customers already are. Start your culture right away: There are a lot of leaders who think culture can wait until you are larger, but the truth is culture is going to be there either way. You want to be intentional about it right away. If you want to attract people who are talented and great human beings, you need to have a vision for the type of company you want to build early.Key Quotes“Some people will tell you until you've got a company, don't worry about things like culture and don't focus too much on values and vision and some of that. I just think that's the wrong approach. Because if things do start to take off and you make it, you're going to have a culture either way. You can either be intentional and create that, or it can kind of happen on its own. I just believe, if you want to attract people who are not only really talented, but just great human beings, you got to have a vision for the kind of company you want to build and you want to attract them to that.”“As you scale, it gets really easy to lose sight of what's happening on the front lines. What's that customer service, that customer advocate hearing and seeing and feeling? One of the things we implemented is called core coaching. Every three weeks, everyone in the company has a one-on-one with someone more senior in the company, and that entire one-on-one is focused on hearing from them. Hearing about what they're seeing, feeling, thinking we need to do better and also just about them in their career.”“Many people don't start a business because they're great at starting businesses. It's because they have a thing they love doing. Or they realize they're really good at a thing. So we want to help educate them on, what does it look like to actually work on the business, not just in the business. How can we use some of our own past experiences as business owners to help educate people along the way? Not just about insurance, but about making their business a better business.”“We built Coterie as a remote-first company from the beginning. All three of us co-founders agreed that there's no reason to limit ourselves to talent just in Cincinnati, Ohio. As much as I love Cincinnati, there are amazing people all over the place who want to have freedom and flexibility to work for a great company right from where they are.”“Build a scalpel, not a Swiss army knife.”BioTim Metzner is co-founder of Coterie, an API-based commercial lines insurance startup. Coterie empowers agents and brokers to secure coverage for small businesses faster and easier than ever. Previously, he was co-founder of Differential, a leading digital product studio and of OCEAN, a faith-based non-profit organization that teaches, mentors, invests in, and gathers entrepreneurs around both business and biblical principles critical to their success. Tim is currently an active member of the Board of Directors for all three organizations. In addition to his direct contribution as a co-founder, collectively OCEAN and Differential have spawned dozens of ventured-backed organizations that have raised millions and created hundreds of jobs.Tim is very active in the Cincinnati entrepreneurial community which, among other efforts, has included bringing Startup Weekend to Cincinnati, serving on the Advisory Board for NKU's Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, serving as an EIR for the University of Cincinnati's Venture Lab, as well as being an active mentor to entrepreneurs and students in the region.In addition to his volunteer and entrepreneurial endeavors, one of his greatest joys and challenges is co-leading his four young children (Nolan, Owen, Faith, and Emma) with his wife, Kristy.---Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world's number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing.

The Climate Pod
Major Global Shifts On The Climate Crisis' Front Lines (w/ Financial Times' Simon Mundy)

The Climate Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 89:35


This is one of the most wide-ranging, comprehensive episodes we've ever had. Simon Mundy, who serves as the Moral Money editor of the Financial Times, spent years traveling through 26 countries on six continents finding a diverse set of stories and people who represent many of the massive shifts underway around the globe. In his new book, Race For Tomorrow: Survival, Innovation, And Profit On The Front Lines Of The Climate Crisis, he details those travels and the vast disparities and outcomes people are experiencing as unjust global transformations occur. We talk about ancient Mammoth tusk hunting in Siberia, Cobalt mining in the Congo, breakthrough innovation in Iceland, climate displacement in the Philippines, and much, much more.  Read Race For Tomorrow: Survival, Innovation, And Profit On The Front Lines Of The Climate Crisis Subscribe to our Substack newsletter "The Climate Weekly": https://theclimateweekly.substack.com/ As always, follow us @climatepod on Twitter and email us at theclimatepod@gmail.com. Our music is "Gotta Get Up" by The Passion Hifi, check out his music at thepassionhifi.com. Rate, review and subscribe to this podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! Subscribe to our new YouTube channel! Join our Facebook group.   

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast
Aquaculture Innovation Research with Laura Krishfield from Lux Research

Aquademia: The Seafood and Sustainability Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 37:12


Links:Visit Lux Research's WebsiteEmail: laura.krishfield@luxresearchinc.comConnect with Laura on LinkedIn!Listen to our episode with Karim Kurmaly from Veramaris!Check out our new website!: https://www.globalseafood.org/podcastFollow us on social media!Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn | InstagramShare your sustainability tips with us podcast@globalseafood.org or leave us a voicemail at +1 (603) 384-3560!If you want to be more involved in the work that we do, become a member of the Global Seafood Alliance: https://www.globalseafood.org/membership/

Action and Ambition
Brain Kornfeld on Making Florida The World's Next Great Innovation Community

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 30:14


Welcome to another episode of The Action and Ambition Podcast! Joining us today is Brian Kornfeld, CEO and Co-Founder of Synapse. Synapse is a nonprofit organization purpose-built to make Florida the world's next great innovation community. Its mission is to connect, organize, and celebrate innovations and innovators across the state. He is also the Chief Operation Officer at Communities, Inc, an organization whose mission is to build global communities centered around groups working externally to each other. Tune in to learn more on this!

Taste Radio
How A ‘Goat' Of Beverage And Food Investment Picks Winners

Taste Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 53:54


Carlton Fowler is back for another round. The co-founder and managing partner of Goat Rodeo Capital, a venture capital firm that holds stakes in several fast-growing beverage alcohol, non-alcoholic drink and premium snack brands first joined us for an interview in October 2020. Fowler's return to Taste Radio this week follows the recent launch of Goat Rodeo's second fund, from which the firm has made investments in hop-centric beverage company HopLark and premium canister snack brand The Good Crisp. Those companies joined a portfolio that includes ready-to drink cocktail brand DRNXSMYTH, canned wine company Archer Roose and Lemon Perfect, a brand of cold-pressed lemon water drinks. As part of our discussion, Fowler reflected upon the data and business criteria that influenced Goat Rodeo's initial investments and how that information is being utilized to make new funding decisions. He also spoke about how the firm evaluates non-portfolio DTC brands and their potential for omnichannel success, weighed in the continued blurring of lines within the non-alcoholic beverage and beverage alcohol industries and explained why Goat Rodeo's second fund will not include investments in cannabis beverages, despite Carlton being bullish about the future of the space. Show notes: 0:44: Carlton Fowler, Managing Partner, Goat Rodeo Capital – Fowler and Taste Radio editor Ray Latif riffed on the investor's role as a judge for BevNET's Cocktail Showdown 2 competition and a tweet about two of his two passions appearing in a limited-edition product. Fowler also spoke about how Goat Rodeo has and continues to deploy capital for its second fund, his perspective on brands that attempt to create a new category versus seeking an addressable market for their products and how he evaluates brand success on Amazon. Later, he explained why he celebrates greater crossover among non-alcoholic, spirit and beer brands, the reason he sees a big runway for zero-proof drinks and why cannabis drinks are on his mind, even if not part of Goat Rodeo's second fund. Brands in this episode: Golden Rule Spirits, Social Hour Cocktails, Arby's, Lay's, Guinness, HopLark, The Good Crisp, Lemon Perfect, Liquid Death, Tito's, Mountain Dew, Twisted Tea, Mike's Hard Lemonade, Monster Energy, Topo Chico, Seedlip, Heineken, Budweiser, CANN, Levia

Cancer Buzz
The Business Case for Hiring Oncology Social Workers

Cancer Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 7:09


Oncology social workers are integral members of the multidisciplinary cancer care team, but their services are largely unreimbursed by payers, so cancer programs and practices must fund these positions from their bottom line. This, in turn, makes it challenging to hire additional oncology social work staff.Hear about two new resources coming from ACCC to help demonstrate the value that oncology social workers play. In "Making the Business Case for Hiring an Oncology Social Worker," evidence-based data will show how oncology social workers help improve the quality of care and the patient experience, provide much needed support to other members of the multidisciplinary cancer team, and reduce costs of care. A new benchmarking survey will help uncover data to determine where psycho-oncology care stands for patients with cancer across the country and serve as a jumping-off point for future research.Guest:Krista Nelson, MSW, LCSW, OSW-C, FAOSWACCC 2021-2022 PresidentProgram Manager of Quality & Research, Cancer Support Services & CompassionProvidence Cancer InstitutePortland, ORRelated Resources:Making the Business Case for New StaffComprehensive Cancer Care Survey & Matrix[PODCAST] Ep 11: Sustaining Whole-Patient Cancer CareReal-World Lessons from COVID-19: Driving Oncology Care ForwardOncology Social Work Working Group[VIDEO PODCAST] Ep 01: Real-World Lessons from COVID-19[MINI-PODCAST] Ep 59: Collaboration and Innovation in the Time of COVID-19[MINI-PODCAST] Ep 64: A Summer of Disconnect for Cancer ProfessionalsA Social Worker Leads ACCC, and Her Timing is Perfect 

O'Connor & Company
01.18.22: Big O'Connor and Company Announcement On WMAL

O'Connor & Company

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 4:12


Cumulus Media announces that it has tapped a new slate of co-hosts joining Host Larry O'Connor on 105.9 WMAL's popular morning show, O'Connor and Company. Amber Athey, Washington Editor at The Spectator, Julie Gunlock, Director of the Center for Progress and Innovation at Independent Women's Forum, and Patrice Onwuka, political commentator and Director of the Center for Economic Opportunity at the Independent Women's Forum, debut today on 105.9 WMAL, and can be heard on O'Connor and Company Monday through Friday from 5:00am-9:00am. Athey, Gunlock and Onwuka have been well-received by 105.9 WMAL listeners as guest-hosts on the show in recent months. Bill Hess, WMAL Program Director, said: “We are excited to welcome these fresh voices to WMAL. Their varied life experiences, chemistry with Larry and with each other, and opinions on the issues of the day serve to create compelling content each weekday morning.” Larry O'Connor, Host of O'Connor and Company, commented: “Having a daily conversation with Julie, Amber and Patrice about what matters most to the people of our community is an absolute pleasure. From the halls of the Capitol to the vital debates at our local school boards, these intelligent and engaging women bring insights and humor that represent the best of Washington. It's a genuine honor to team up with them every morning on WMAL.” https://radiofacts.com/cumulus-media-debuts-new-morning-show-co-hosts/ For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @amber_athey and @patricepinkfile. Show website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Killer Innovations: Successful Innovators Talking About Creativity, Design and Innovation | Hosted by Phil McKinney

Benchmarking compares your organization to others to measure your performance and identify areas for improvement. When done correctly, benchmarking can help you learn from your peers and identify areas for improvement. However, benchmarking can also have negative consequences if done incorrectly. How do you escape the innovation benchmark trap? Good Vs. Bad Benchmarking Proper benchmarking […]

WIN/WIN: Women in Innovation
#75 Neetu Rajpal | Chief Technology Officer @ Oscar Health

WIN/WIN: Women in Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 32:23


In this episode, Neetu Rajpal shares how her passion for problem-solving led her to study computer science and her time navigating an 18+ year career at Microsoft — starting with Internet Explorer 3. She talks about finding her voice as a woman in STEM, employing her identity as an immigrant to adapt and solve problems, and entering the health care space —joining OscarHealth nine days before the pandemic began.Listen for advice on:What questions to ask before a career transitionHow to combat being fearful of taking on a C-Suite title Best practices for creating an environment where people can ask difficult questionsHow tech can solve some of healthcare's biggest problemsLearn more about:Neetu Rajpal (Guest): https://www.linkedin.com/in/neeturajpal/Zoia Kozakov (Host): http://www.linkedin.com/in/zoia-kozakovWomen in Innovation: http://www.womenininnovation.coBrand Copy by Nicole Beckley See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous
Payments Innovation Drives Growth at American Express

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 33:36


The future of payments includes a world where consumers and businesses can move funds to anywhere in the world, instantaneously, 24/7/365, with full transparency, privacy, and security. While there is agreement on the desired outcome, there are multiple paths to achieve this goal, leveraging varied payment rails, artificial intelligence, blockchain technologies and even digital currencies. We are very fortunate to have Luke Gebb, executive vice president of Amex Digital Labs on the Banking Transformed podcast. He discusses the massive changes that have occurred in the payments marketplace since the pandemic and the ways Amex has responded to these changes. This episode of Banking Transformed is sponsored by FIS.  GoCart recognizes email addresses and lets consumers pay quickly anywhere – with no passwords and no long forms. Consumers can pay faster for anything – even things they wouldn't expect like healthcare, processional services, and more. GoCart goes beyond online checkout and allows consumers to pay easily by email, text, or with QR codes.  Find out how you can use GoCart to simplify payments and increase your sales at GoCartpay.com/podcast.   FIS. Advancing the way the world pays banks and invests. This episode of Banking Transformed is sponsored by mParticle.  mParticle believes that better decisions start with better data. Cleanse, visualize, and connect your customer data from any source or system to any API. Better data, better decisions, better outcomes. Visit mparticle.com for more.

Partnering Leadership
The 5 Core Essentials for Leading Through Uncertain Times with Rebel Leadership author Larry Robertson | Greater Washington DC DMV Changemaker

Partnering Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 55:44


In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Larry Robertson, innovation advisor, founder of Lighthouse Consulting, and author of three award-winning books, including his most recent, Rebel Leadership: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times. Larry Robertson shares insights from his first two books about entrepreneurship and creativity. Larry shares why he focused his third book on Leadership, specifically on leading through uncertainty. In the conversation, Larry Robertson shares five core principles of effective Leadership in uncertain times, including the importance of leading with soul.  Some highlights:- Larry Robertson's childhood growing up in a household that encouraged inquiry- A Deliberate Pause, and why entrepreneurship is not a choice.- Stu Kaufman's ‘the adjacent possible' and the untapped creative potential in every single person- Larry Robertson on leading during uncertain times - Debunking the ‘heroic leader' myth- Why soul matters in Leadership- Larry Robertson on why organizational culture makes or breaks an organization- The future of work and how to navigate ongoing uncertaintyMentioned:- Stuart Kauffman, medical doctor, theoretical biologist, and complex systems researcher- Richard Tait, CEO of Cranium- Russell Shaffer, Senior Director of Global Culture, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Walmart- Melissa Thomas-Hunt, Senior Advisor at Airbnb- Deborah Meier, educator and education reformer- Choose to be Curious by Lynn BortonConnect with Larry Robertson:Rebel Leadership on AmazonLarry Robertson's WebsiteLarry Robertson on LinkedInLarry Robertson on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead
Spotlight: Will Biden Enforce Price Controls To Fight Inflation?

Steve Forbes: What's Ahead

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 3:33


President Biden and his team are faulting greedy businesses—primarily meat processors—oil and gas producers and pharmaceutical companies to avoid blame for rising prices. And, if inflation doesn't ease soon, there is talk that Biden will enforce price controls on these businesses. Steve Forbes on the swirling inflation scapegoats, on how history has demonstrated prices controls don't work and on why artificially suppressing prices would be a disastrous move!Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Made in America with Ari Santiago
Building The World Through Innovation, Tools, and Industry 4.0 with Don Allan, Stanley Black & Decker

Made in America with Ari Santiago

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 56:57


We are excited to welcome, Don Allan, President and CFO of Stanley Black and Decker to the Made in America podcast! Don talks with Ari about the 'why behind' SB&D, how they effectively integrate iconic brands like DeWALT and CRAFTSMAN, and what their product strategy efforts look like. Don discusses important topics like innovation, Industry 4.0, and changing the perception of manufacturing across the state. Through industry partnerships, Don believes that manufacturers alike can learn from one another and continue to prosper. This is an episode you won't want to miss! Don Allan, President and CFO, Stanley Black and Decker SB&D's Website: https://www.stanleyblackanddecker.com/ SB&D's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/stanley-black-decker-inc/ SB&D's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stanleyblackanddecker SB&D's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/StanleyBlackDecker Don Allan's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/donald-allan-jr-330732112/ Ari Santiago, CEO, CompassMSP Company Website: https://www.gettingyouconnected.com/ Company Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itdtech/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/it-direct-llc Company YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/itdirect151 Ari's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/asantiago104/ Podcast produced by Miceli Productions: https://miceliproductions.com/

The Modern Customer Podcast
How To Create A Mobile, Social And Digital-First Strategy

The Modern Customer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 26:08


With changing customer trends and demands on top of global supply chain disruption and a pandemic, retailers have had to continually pivot over the last few years. One of the best ways to survive the changes is with a mobile, social and digital-first strategy.  When Alicia Waters stepped into her current role as CMO of Crate & Barrel, she pushed to optimize the brand's mobile presence and create more digital services. As customers spend more time at home and more time on their phones, they are inundated with digital content. Brands need to have a strong mobile and digital strategy to cut through the noise and stand out from the competition. Alicia says Crate & Barrel's digital approach comes from a place of empathy and innovation to understand customers and connect with them digitally.   Much of that empathy comes from being transparent and showing real-world applications for the brand's products. Pandemic restrictions meant Crate & Barrel couldn't shoot on a typical photography set. But the company got creative and embraced new ways of shooting products like using CGI and having influencers shoot content at their homes. Alicia says some of the most impactful images came from photographers who shot with their kids in their own homes because it was real life and connected with customers on social media.  Alicia acknowledges that Crate & Barrel has made great strides in the mobile and digital space, but there is still room to go. The company is on a good path and wants to continue digitizing its stores and revolutionizing parts of the e-commerce experience. Crate & Barrel recently stopped sending stacks of physical catalogs to its stores and now sends a single sign with a QR code that links to a digital catalog. Alicia believes there are many opportunities for content in stores that can be delivered digitally. When customers are shopping in the store, they are doing more than just shopping in the store. They have their phones nearby as a powerful resource, and Crate & Barrel aims to create experiences that complement that behavior.  A mobile, social and digital-first strategy requires continual evolution. Alicia regularly brings in people from other areas of the company to offer a fresh perspective and create cross-functional teams that can tap into new digital strategies that resonate with customers.  Ultimately, the best mobile, social and digital-first strategy isn't just flashy or convenient but rooted in customer need. Being transparent and showing realness helps brands stand out and build strong relationships with customers, even as the world continues to change. ________ Blake Morgan is a customer experience futurist, keynote speaker, and author of the bestselling book The Customer Of The Future. For regular updates on customer experience, sign up for her weekly newsletter here.  Join the new Customer Experience Community here.

The Game Changing Attorney Podcast with Michael Mogill
91 — Dan Gerl — Do It Your Way: Explosive Growth Through Creative Innovation

The Game Changing Attorney Podcast with Michael Mogill

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 44:24


“I'm happy I get to do it my own way. I get to have fun with it. I'd hear other attorneys in the community say, ‘that's so tacky' and ‘it's unethical.' But I'm like, ‘Good,' you know? Don't you want to have fun? Wouldn't you like to do it your way, if you could do it your way and you could succeed?” - Dan Gerl Why did Dan transition from graphic designer, to prosecutor, to CEO of a criminal defense firm? How did Dan's life change when his 4-month-old, Jack, had a heart attack? How did telling Jack's story of recovery win Dan a Rolls-Royce? What has Dan learned from his experience in the legal industry's top coaching program? Why does Dan use the term “The Avengers” to describe his partners? Let the Good Times Roll(s) In late 2019, Dan Gerl had one of the most terrifying experiences a parent can have. Out of nowhere one day, his 4-month-old son Jack had a heart attack and stopped breathing. After they rushed him to the hospital, Dan and his family learned of a rare type of tumor in Jack's heart. For months, they all lived on pins and needles as they waited for the surgery that might save their son. Procedures were delayed due to COVID. Jack got the flu and couldn't travel to his pre-op assessment. Just as they discovered that Jack was eligible for surgery, Dan's mother passed away. It's a testament to Dan's strength that throughout all of this, he continued to run his highly successful criminal defense firm, Puget Law Group. He also continued his commitment to his coaching program and even took things to the next level by competing in the Crisp Effect. Through it all, he created powerful, creative videos documenting his 2020 experience: with the firm, with his mother, and with Jack. At the Game Changers Summit 3 in 2021, Dan was recognized by 2,500 of his peers for growing his firm 200% and the powerful positivity that permeated his work. As the winner of the Crisp Effect Challenge, he walked away with the keys to a $300,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost. But the greatest win of all is that his son Jack had successful heart surgery, has fully recovered, and has been growing and thriving ever since. Doing His Share Dan's work doesn't just demonstrate his positivity. It's a window into his creative spirit. A former graphic designer, Dan uses his skillset to create a distinctive brand full of humor, swagger, and eye-catching visuals. He's found ingenious ways to employ this advantage, zigging where other law firms zag, especially during COVID. As Dan says, “We got big time into buying up outdoor advertising — doubling and tripling our marketing efforts — because nobody else was doing it.” But for all his creative and professional success, Dan is still incredibly humble. He doesn't care if his name is on the door. He has made big sacrifices, relinquishing his role in the courtroom and recruiting talented partners to share his stake in the firm. He's never looked back. “I wanted to build something that would, that would grow and have significance. The potential for that is exponentially greater than what I had.” Key takeaways: Play to your strengths. Find a way to incorporate your unique skill set. Adapt. Overcome. When he didn't make it as a prosecutor, Dan made a name for himself in criminal defense. Turn pain into a positive. Let hard times make you stronger. Links and Resources The Game Changing Attorney Podcast Michael Mogill Facebook Michael Mogill Twitter Michael Mogill Instagram Michael Mogill LinkedIn Crisp Website Crisp Facebook Crisp Twitter Crisp Instagram Crisp LinkedIn Puget Law Group Website Dan Gerl LinkedIn Crisp Effect Challenge Winner - Dan Gerl

Future of Fitness
Casey Mulholland - Kinetic Pro & Tech Innovations in Baseball

Future of Fitness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 44:24


Casey Mulholland is the founder and lead developer of KineticPro Performance in Tampa FL. Casey's playing background has led him around some of the top organizations and universities in the game. These include The Los Angeles Dodgers, The University of South Florida, The University of Mississippi and IMG Academy. Through KineticPro Casey's work has been progressive in building advanced platforms in workload management and utilizing some of the game's top technology. Training some of the top arms in the game Casey's skill set and experience offer a unique combination to athletes around the world.   Connect with Casey:   Instagram- @KineticProPerformance @CaseyMulholland_KineticPro Twitter- @Kientic_Pro @CaseyMulholland37   www.KineticProBaseball.com       Connect with us: www.futureoffitness.co    

Remarkable Retail
Ulta's Remarkable Growth Story featuring Dave Kimbell, CEO

Remarkable Retail

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 34:47


Our new season kick-off episode features an illuminating interview with Ulta CEO Dave Kimbell. Ulta has become one of the most remarkable growth stories in all of retail, growing from a small regional player to an $8 billion powerhouse with more than 1,300 stores and an expanding presence within Target. Dave discusses the brand's evolution and some of the keys to their success, including a relentless focus on the customer (instead of channels), the importance of human-connection and story telling and why physical stores remain critical to their growth strategy.But first we give a shout-out to each other and many of our friends and past podcast guests who were named to ReThink's Top Retail Influencer list. We then take on the big retail news from the past week starting with the monthly US Commerce Department Retail sales data, which were very strong despite many misleading headlines. We also discuss Walmart's new wholesale partnership with two buzzy digitally native brands. AboutDave was named Chief Executive Officer in June 2021 after having previously served as President since December 2019, Chief Merchandising and Marketing Officer since March 2015 and Chief Marketing Officer since February 2014. Prior to joining Ulta Beauty, he served as Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President at U.S. Cellular, Chief Marketing Officer of Seventh Generation, Vice President of Marketing at PepsiCo, and held a number of brand management roles in the Beauty Division of The Procter and Gamble Company from 1995 to 2001. Dave currently serves on the board of directors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Chicago and Chicago lights, and is a member of The Economic Club of Chicago.October 2021 Ulta Investor Day Presentation About UsSteve Dennis is an advisor, keynote speaker and author on strategic growth and business innovation. You can learn more about Steve on his       website.    The expanded and revised edition of his bestselling book  Remarkable Retail: How To Win & Keep Customers in the Age of Disruption is now available at  Amazon or just about anywhere else books are sold. Steve regularly shares his insights in his role as a      Forbes senior contributor and on       Twitter and       LinkedIn. You can also check out his speaker "sizzle" reel      here.Michael LeBlanc  is the Founder & President of M.E. LeBlanc & Company Inc and a Senior Advisor to Retail Council of Canada as part of his advisory and consulting practice.   He brings 25+ years of brand/retail/marketing & eCommerce leadership experience, and has been on the front lines of retail industry change for his entire career.  Michael is the producer and host of a network of leading podcasts including Canada's top retail industry podcast,       The Voice of Retail, plus  Global E-Commerce Tech Talks  ,      The Food Professor  with Dr. Sylvain Charlebois and now in its second season, Conversations with CommerceNext!  You can learn more about Michael   here  or on     LinkedIn. Be sure and check out Michael's latest venture for fun and influencer riches - Last Request Barbecue,  his YouTube BBQ cooking channel! 

The David Pakman Show
1/17/22: More Rioter Sentences, More Anti-Vax Nonsense (CLASSIC EPISODE FROM 11/18/21)

The David Pakman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 62:18


MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY / CLASSIC EPISODE FROM NOVEMBER 18, 2021 --On the Show: --Geoffrey West, theoretical physicist and professor at the Sante Fe Institute, joins David to discuss his book Scale: The Universal Laws of Growth, Innovation, Sustainability, and the Pace of Life in Organisms, Cities, Economies, and Companies. Get the book: https://amzn.to/30L0Ytg --Jacob Chansley, known as the "Q-Anon Shaman" from the January 6 Trump riots, is sentenced to 41 months in prison --Polish nationalists shout "death to Jews" while burning books about Jews at a rally --Notable discussions from the David Pakman Show subreddit, including about the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, Hatriot Mail, and more --The FBI raids the home of Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert's former campaign manager, Tina Peters, in what doesn't look like an auspicious situation for anyone involved --Lunatic anti-vaccine osteopathic doctor Sherri Tenpenny delivers an insane rant at the "Re-Awaken America" rally where she says vaccinating children against COVID is a "late term abortion" --Bruce Schroeder, the judge in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, tells a story about when "a black" was in a jury for one of his trials --Possibly the most xenophobic voicemail that we've ever received --On the Bonus Show: Republican Paul Gosar censured over AOC anime video, Republican-backed bill would decriminalize marijuana, investigating high gas prices, much more...

Pharmacy Podcast Network
Insights and Innovation with Intelligent Pharmacy Data | The Future of Pharmacy by Omnicell

Pharmacy Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 25:14


Insights and Innovation with Intelligent Pharmacy Data You can't manage what you can't see. When pharmacy leaders at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital made their medication inventories visible through intelligent data solutions, they were able to make better decisions for their patients, their processes, and their balance sheet.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Beyond the Uniform
BTU #420 - An Overview of the Space Ecosystem (Shelli Brunswick @ Space Foundation)

Beyond the Uniform

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 33:38


Why Listen: Shelli is doing incredible work at Space Foundation, a nonprofit helping expand the space ecosystem and helping job seekers just like you find a job in the space industry. There are a lot of opportunities here. Shelli is one of the rare ones I've interviewed in 420 episodes where it is so clear that she found a good fit for herself in this organization. After 29 years in the Air Force, she is motivated by helping others and giving back. She desires to be inclusive with this industry and pay forward to the next generation. It's always refreshing to speak with someone that has found a calling, not just a career.  About Shelli: Shelli Brunswick is the Chief Operating Officer at Space Foundation, the world's premier organization to inspire, educate, connect, and advocate on behalf of the global space community. Her career includes work as a space acquisition and program management leader and congressional liaison for the U.S. Air Force to her current role, including overseeing Center for Innovation and Education, Symposium 365, and Global Alliance.