The NBA's media rights aren't up for another three seasons, but that hasn't stopped league Commissioner Adam Silver and Warner Bros. Discovery President and CEO David Zaslav from discussing them publicly. Andrew Marchand and John Ourand give their perspective on how the media landscape is shaping up and what you should expect as negotiations start to heat up. Other topics include sports media's relationship with Twitter, and sports media's reaction to Jeff Saturday being named coach of the Indianapolis Colts. ESPN NFL analyst Mina Kimes joins the pod to relate how she went from being an investigative reporter at Bloomberg and Fortune magazine to one of the most insightful NFL voices at ESPN. She talks about how she deals with criticism – both positive and negative – and whether she would consider working for an NFL team. Marchand and Ourand ask for Kimes' opinions on Saturday, Dan Orlovsky and, of course, Sunday Ticket. More information on WSC Sports https://wsc-sports.com/sbj/?utm_medium=podcast&utm_source=music_streaming_services&utm_campaign=sbj_podcast_11_22&utm_content=in_text_link Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Lorraine Marchand is the Executive Managing Director of Merative (formerly IBM Watson Health). In this episode, they talk about how innovation thrives in environments that embraces uncertainty, being 'unsuccessful', and the ability to pivot.More about our guest:Lorraine Marchand has three decades of experience in new product development. She has held leadership positions at Bristol Myers Squibb, Covance, Cognizant, and IQVIA, and she cofounded four companies. Marchand is an adjunct professor of management and serves on the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program Advisory Board at Columbia Business School and an adjunct professor of innovation and entrepreneurship at Yeshiva University's Katz School of Science and Health. She is also an investor-member of venture firm Plum Alley.------------------------------------------------Episode Guide:1:23 - What is Innovation? 2:41 - Unveiling adulthood curiosity6:09 - The practice of noticing8:25 - Jeff Bezos' Amazon and incentivized failure11:22 - Problem Solving Methods and Innovation: First Principles12:52 - Method 2: reframing14:01 - Method 3: Analogy / Metapor technique16:09 - Innovation: the cultural aspect17:05 - What isn't innovation? 17:42 - Serendipity Innovation: Upjohn company's Rogaine19:05 - Disruptive Innovation / Big hunt innovations19:35 - Field of Dreams Innovation22:45 - Unlearning ways of thinking23:28 - Innovation: Shaping Careers27:31 - Advice to Innovators-------------------------OUTLAST Consulting offers professional development and strategic advisory services in the areas of innovation and diversity management.
Jake DeBrusk, Patrice Bergeron, and (Big Bear) Trent Frederic all scored as the Boston Bruins bounced back with a 3-1 win over the St. Louis Blues on Monday night. The Bruins improved to 7-0-0 on home ice this season and 11-2-0 overall with the win. The Bruins were rocking their Pookh Bear Reverse Retro jerseys, taking them from 2s to 10s according to Brad Marchand. Ian McLaren also updates the Atlantic Division Power Rankings, and discusses the reactions of Bergeron and Marchand to the organization's decision to part ways with Mitchell Miller. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
La crise de Fachoda, en 1898, survient dans un climat de tension entre la France et le Royaume-Uni, sur fond de rivalités coloniales en Afrique. En premier lieu, les deux pays essaient de s'implanter en Égypte. Pour l'Angleterre, la mise en tutelle de ce pays est un objectif essentiel, car il se trouve sur la fameuse route des Indes, artère vitale de la puissance coloniale britannique. Mais, depuis la campagne d'Égypte de Bonaparte, en 1798, et la création du canal de Suez par Ferdinand de Lesseps, en 1869, la France y a aussi des intérêts. Mais cette rivalité coloniale se nourrit aussi de la confrontation entre deux projets concurrents. En effet, l'Angleterre tient avant tout à sécuriser la route Le Cap-Le Caire, principale voie d'accès aux Indes, tandis que la France ambitionne de relier Dakar, sur la côte atlantique, à Djibouti, sur la mer Rouge. C'est dans le contexte de cette rivalité coloniale entre les deux pays qu'éclate la crise de Fachoda. Cette localité se trouve au Soudan, aujourd'hui le Soudan du Sud. En 1896, l'armée confie au capitaine Marchand la mission de relier l'Atlantique à la mer Rouge. Il s'agit aussi de prendre de vitesse les Anglais et d'arriver avant eux sur le Haut-Nil, pour y installer la présence française. La mission Marchand part du Sénégal en octobre 1896 et, durant deux ans, chemine en Afrique dans des conditions très difficiles. Elle parvient à Fachoda en juillet 1898 et s'y retranche. Mais, au même moment, le maréchal Kitchener, commandant en chef de l'armée d'Égypte, arrive aussi à Fachoda. Il vient de battre les mahdistes, qui menaçaient le Soudan, à la bataille d'Omdourman, en septembre 1898. Pour les Anglais, il n'était pas question de laisser les Français occuper une position stratégique sur la route des Indes. Aussi les somment-ils de quitter Fachoda. Le gouvernement français refuse d'abord, puis, le 7 novembre 1898, cède à l'ultimatum britannique. La crainte d'un conflit ouvert entre les deux pays, alimentée par la présence de l'armée de Kitchener, avait été la plus forte. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Shalom Klein on his weekly radio show, Get Down To Business with guests: JiNan Glasgow George Drew Vernon Stephan McGarvey Lorraine Marchand
This team is unreal right now, folks. Honestly. You couldn't ask for much more out of this team -- and then they go an do what they did in Pittsburgh. The Short Shift boys are back for another 90+ minutes of Boston Bruins hockey talk including Swayman and Forbort's injurys, Marchand coming out of the gate hot as hell with McAvoy coming up behind him.. Who's on the trading block to create the cap room? Plus we say goodbye to Studnicka and discuss what the B's got in return. We also talk about the Winter Classic logo release, Poitras' inability to not slewfoot and much more. VOICEMAILS. PREDICTIONS. SHORT SIXTY. THIS ONES GOT IT ALL. GET IN.
The Big 12's blockbuster media deal with ESPN and Fox Sports gets top billing on this week's pod as Andrew Marchand and John Ourand discuss the fallout from the story Ourand broke with Michael Smith over the weekend. The duo goes in-depth with a story Marchand broke earlier this week about Amazon's plans to produce daily sports talk studio shows. They also highlight the NWSL championship game's primetime performance on CBS and offer a quick preview for when they take the podcast live at the Media Innovators conference in New York at the end of this month. Fox Sports and NFL Network's Peter Schrager joins as this week's Big Get and talks about how he was able to break into the business and how he got his start on the “Good Morning Football” morning show. One of the most plugged-in people on the NFL beat, Schrager talks about how he approaches the beat. A big fan of the sports media business, Schrager offers his thoughts on Sean McVay's media future and identifies the current players he thinks will make the transition to broadcasting. Mentioned this week: Bob Wischusen, Max Duggan, Kendre Miller, Chris Russo, Sean McVay, Joe Davis, John Lombardo, Nick Dawson, Burke Magnus, Mark Silverman, Brett Yormark, LeBron James, Maverick Carter, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Charles Barkley, Michael Jordan, Jimmy Pitaro, Luis Silberwasser, Craig Moffett, Michael Nathanson, Brian Roberts, Sean McManus, Pete Bevacqua, Brad Zager, Cam Rising, Petros Papadakis, Bryson Barnes, Kyle Whittingham, Jeff Levering, Al Michaels, Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Michael Smith, Michael Davies, Cari Champion, Madelyn Burke, Master Tesfatsion, Pat McAfee, Stephen A. Smith, Dan Weinberg, Jen Sabatelle, Chris Ripley, Rob Weisbord, Robert Saleh, Paul Rudd, Ken Dorsey, Adam Amin, Bill Simmons, Ralph Wiley, Lou D'Ermilio, Bill Burr, Keith Richards, Jim Nantz, Rey Ordóñez, John Vander Wal, Alex Riethmiller, Kyle Brandt, Kay Adams, Nate Burleson, Pete Radovich, Troy Aikman, Joe Buck, Cris Collinsworth, Mike Tirico, Cam Newton, Ron Rivera, Derek Anderson, Steven Drummond, Brandon Beane, Odell Beckham Jr., Roger Goodell, Adam Schefter, Ian Rapoport, Jay Glazer, Christian McCaffrey, Matthew Stafford, Aaron Donald, Cooper Kupp, Mike Francesa, Kirk Herbstreit, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Travis Kelce, Rob Gronkowski, Shannon Sharpe, Tony Gonzalez, Greg Olsen, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Mark Sanchez, Chase Daniel, Colt McCoy, Kyler Murray, John Fetterman, Mehmet Oz, Jamie Erdahl, Ian Eagle, Tua Tagovailoa, Joe Burrow, Jalen Hurts, Jason McCourty, Devin McCourty, Bill Belichick, Sean Payton, Charissa Thompson, Charles Woodson, Michael Vick, Jennifer Aniston, Brian Rolapp, Hans Schroeder, Alberto Riveron, Walt Coleman IV, Deshaun Watson, Judy Battista, Daniel Snyder, Jerome from Manhattan, Yao Ming, Bob Weir, Casey Jones, Jacob Ullman, Richard Jefferson, Kyrie Irving, Ryan Ruocco, Alex Jones, Acie Wyatt, Chris Mason Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It's our Friday show; the Sens sign one of their rookies to a two year deal; Brad Marchand is back from doulbe hip surgery already? Bo Jackson says he won't let his grandkids play football.
Thursday was a wild one for the Boston Bruins. For starters, Brad Marchand was cleared to play against the Detroit Red Wings, and he proceeded to score two goal and add an assist in the 5-1-0. The Bruins improved to 7-1-0 behind a strong performance from Jeremy Swayman, while fan favorite Derek Forbort earned Big Bear of the night honors. Unfortunately, David Krejci left the game with an upper-body injury and did not return. He was ruled out of tonight's game against the Columbue Blue Jackets, which Ian McLaren previews to end the podcast. Finally, Jack Studnicka was traded to the Vancouver Canucks for goaltender Michael DiPietro and defenseman Jonathan Myrenberg. DiPietro had asked for a trade this past summer and was once considered a high end prospect in net, while Myrenberg was Vancouver's top rated right hand shot D prospect. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Erik Karlsson, Connor McDavid and Brad Marchand are all off to incredible starts and are helping their teams excel. Karlsson has three game winning goals for a San Jose Sharks team with three wins, McDavid already has two hat tricks this season and Marchand returned to the lineup with a three-point night to bolster an already strong Boston Bruins team. We also discuss New York Islanders forward Josh Bailey's 1000th career NHL game and the Philadelphia Flyers claiming former first round pick Kieffer Bellows off waivers from the Islanders. Plus we preview the weekend of NHL action ahead including the first regular season game in the Mullet Arena in Arizona. All this and more on the Friday edition of the Locked On NHL Podcast with Rachel Donner and Gil Martin. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ben and Lewis are back behind the mic to cover Brad Marchand's triumphant return to the lineup, Aaron Ekblad's outlook, and another adventure through the Columbus lineup. Then it's on to hot streaks from Kubalik and Stephenson, and chillier ones from Klingberg and Raymond. Want to stay up to date on all the latest NHL line combos and fantasy news? Follow our @GameDayLines, @GameDayNewsNHL, and @GameDayGoalies accounts on Twitter to know what you need to know as soon as you can know it. Plus, visit GameDayLineTweets.com to see line combo tweets sorted by NHL team! We always invite and appreciate your feedback. Let us know what you think @keepingkarlsson, and if you love the show, please rate and write us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts. * * * Join our inclusive, passionate and brilliant Keeping Karlsson community by becoming a patron of Keeping Karlsson. For the cost of one arena soft pretzel each month, patrons help us keep making new episodes and get all kinds of perks in return, like managing teams in the Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League (aka the KKUPFL), access to our patrons-only Discord Server, bonus monthly Patroncasts, and weekly show scripts. Keeping Karlsson is proudly presented by DobberHockey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
* (0:00) Zolak & Bertrand begin the show by reacting to Brad Marchand's impressive return to the Bruins.* (11:02) The guys discuss the news that Brady and Gisele have officially filed for divorce.* (24:50) We discuss whether the Patriots are committed to Mac Jones.* (32:05) The first hour ends with the boys giving their picks on this week's football card.CONNECT WITH ZOLAK & BERTRANDhttps://www.instagram.com/zoandbertrandhttps://twitter.com/ZoandBertrandhttps://www.facebook.com/ZolakandBertrandhttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub
NHL – National Hockey League Last Night Boston Bruins 5, Detroit Red Wings 1 Edmonton Oilers 6, Chicago Blackhawks 5 Bruins 5, Red Wings 1 – Marchand has 2 goals and an assist in return, Bruins roll
Ep. 126, seg. 2: Brian, Bridgette and Scott review the injury David Krejci suffered in Thursday's game, what the upper-body injury could be, and what rotation could happen in the lineup with both Marchand and Krejci out for Friday's game in Columbus. Follow us on Twitter: @TheSkatePod | @smclaughlin9 | @briandefelice_ | @bridgetteproulx To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ep. 126, Seg. 1: Brian, Bridgette and Scott discuss Marchand's health and immediate contributions in the Bruins win over Detroit on Thursday. Follow us on Twitter: @TheSkatePod | @smclaughlin9 | @briandefelice_ | @bridgetteproulx To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Brian, Bridgette and Scott cover one of the most hectic days so far in the Bruins season, including Marchand's impressive performance in his first game after recovering from off-season hip surgery, the latest news on the David Krejci injury and what it means for the lineup, and what we think of the Jack Studnicka trade and the pieces the Bruins got in return. Follow us on Twitter: @TheSkatePod | @smclaughlin9 | @briandefelice_ | @bridgetteproulx To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Canucks get their first W, Marchand returns, Vegas is rolling, and there are some surprising division leaders.Twitter: @dropping_gloves - https://twitter.com/dropping_gloves?s=20Instagram: @dropping_gloves John's Twitter: @johnscott_32 - https://twitter.com/johnscott_32?s=20Website: https://www.hockeyfights.com/Follow: @dropping_gloves Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, Jaffe & Razor discuss Marchand's return from offseason hip surgery which he notched 2 goals and an assist. They also break down Krecji's injury, Swayman's return to the crease and the trade of Jack Studnicka to Vancouver.
Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand will be back in the lineup before his Thanksgiving target date after offseason double hip surgery. His presence on the top line at practice on Wednesday was super exciting, and the league-leading Bruins will only be better with him back on the ice. Ian McLaren also does a weekly Cup Check, looking at the top 5 teams in the NHL and assessing where the Bruins rank among the contenders. Plus, the Detroit Red Wings are in town and the Bruins have another winnable game on their hands. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! SimpliSafe With Fast Protect™️ Technology, exclusively from SimpliSafe, 24/7 monitoring agents capture evidence to accurately verify a threat for faster police response. There's No Safe Like SimpliSafe. Visit SimpliSafe.com/LockedOnNHL to learn more. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/NHLNETWORK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Aight folks, admittedly this team is putting us in a good mood. Some might say -- too good of a mood. There's some horniness is what I'm getting at. The Boston Bruins have taken 12 of a possible 14 points to start the year, Linus Ullmark looks fantastic, secondary scoring exists, and we're not even at full strength yet. Is it possible to have started any better? Also we discuss Marchand, Carlo, reverse retros. Plus PREDICTIONS, VOICEMAILS, and maybe we'll toss 60 seconds on the clock for good measure. THIS EPISODE IS AT FULL STRENGTH. GET IN.
Longtime NHLer and NBCS Philadelphia Analyst Keith Jones joined the OverDrive guys earlier today and got into a number of things including the impact of John Tortorella's impact on the Flyers, the return of Brad Marchand for Boston & his experiences running into Eddie Olczyk at the track!
Hi! Nick and Mike are back talking the latest in Boston Bruins Hockey. In today's episode the guys react to the games against Anaheim, Minnesota and Dallas. They review Linus Ullmark's hot start, Swayman's cold beginnings along with answering DM questions from you guys! We discuss Marchand being ahead of schedule on his return to the lineup, how the lineup could look when fully healthy and much more! Tune in to find out! As always, thank you for listening and enjoy the show! P.S. If you want to be featured on the next episode, shoot us a DM on twitter!
Brownie and Ked are back with another episode of The Morning Skate. In this weeks episode we talk about: - Trouble in Vancouver - Torts being Torts - Injuries in the NHL - Kessel Iron man streak Is it time to panic for the Rangers? Marchand is coming back soon for the Bruins. We close out this weeks podcast with the top 3 worst situations we've been in. Do you listen to The Morning Skate? Please be sure to leave us a review on iTunes. Every review lets us know how we're doing, how we can continue to make the podcast better and help us land future guests. Be sure to check us out at www.morning-skate.com Follow us on social media! Facebook: www.facebook.com/morningskate/ Instagram: www.instagram.com/morning_skate Twitter: twitter.com/morning_skate
(0:00) We react to the news that Brad Marchand was skating with the first line today in practice and talk about Mac Jones.(9:29) Celtics coach Joe Mazzulla joins the show and talks about his ejection Monday and the Celtics outlook going forward.(18:21) The guys wrap up the show with Patriots calls about Mac Jones and Bill Belichick.(29:13) Today's Takeaways.CONNECT WITH ZOLAK & BERTRANDhttps://www.instagram.com/zoandbertrandhttps://twitter.com/ZoandBertrandhttps://www.facebook.com/ZolakandBertrandhttps://www.instagram.com/985thesportshubhttps://twitter.com/985thesportshubhttps://www.facebook.com/985TheSportsHub
On this week's episode of Inside Outside Innovation, we sit down with Lorraine Marchand. Lorraine is the author of the new book, The Innovation Mindset. She and I discuss how innovation starts, how you can build your muscle of innovation through exploration and experimentation, and much more. Let's get started.Inside Outside Innovation is the podcast to help new innovators navigate what's next. Each week we'll give you a front row seat into what it takes to learn, grow, and thrive in today's world of accelerating change and uncertainty. Join us as we explore, engage, and experiment with the best in the brightest, innovators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering businesses. It's time to get started.Interview Transcript with Lorraine Marchand, Author of The Innovation MindsetBrian Ardinger: Welcome to another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. I'm your host, Brian Ardinger, and as always, we have another amazing guest. Today we have Lorraine Marchand. She is executive managing director of Merative, which is formerly IBM Watson Health. And she's author of the new book, The Innovation Mindset: Eight Essential Steps to Transform Any Industry. Welcome to the show, Lorraine. Lorraine Marchand: Thank you, Brian. Really happy to be here. Brian Ardinger: I'm excited to have you. You have been in this space for a while. For the past three decades, you have been in product development, working with companies like Bristol Myers Squibb and Covance, and Cognizant. How did you get involved in the realm of innovation?Lorraine Marchand: Well, it started when I was actually pretty young. I was reared by my dad, who was an inventor. And when I was growing up around the house, he would always challenge my brother and me, to find three solutions to every problem, usually problems that he would identify. And one summer morning, he really brought that point close to home. And he took us to a local diner called the Hot Shops Cafeteria in Wheaton, Maryland.And our job was to determine what was slowing down table turnover. So we sat in the big red vinyl booths eating our breakfast of scrambled eggs and orange juice. And after three days of using our stopwatches and writing down notes, and even interviewing waitresses and bus boys, we determined that the culprit was sugar packets. People were spewing them all over the place. True to his tenant that we had to find three solutions we did. And we ended up taking one to an MVP, minimal viable prototype. And that was the sugar cube. And we ended up selling it to the Hot Shops cafeteria that summer, and pretty soon it was distributed throughout the Baltimore Washington area.So early on, I learned that problem solving was fun and lucrative. And fast forward throughout my career, whether it was at the National Institutes of Health or Bristol Myers Squibb, or founding my own startups and the diagnostics and ophthalmology area, I found that I really did love this idea of being able to clearly define a problem, and then as my dad had taught me kind of systematically evaluate and choose solutions. And to me, the heart of the innovation mindset that I write about is an insatiable curiosity, a passion for problem solving, and embracing change. And so I have found myself, whether in large corporations or in startups, desiring to be that agent of change and bringing that problem solving methodology that I learned so early at the age of 13 with me in all of my career endeavors. Brian Ardinger: I love that story and I love, you have this in the book that one of the key mindset essential steps is this innovation starts with at least three ideas. Can you talk a little bit more about why it takes more than one idea to get something going and that process? Lorraine Marchand: You know, I like to say that first of all, your first two ideas, one of them is probably a solution that you've already been mulling over before you even confirmed that you had a problem. Because I find that we, as human beings, love to go into solutioning mode before we've really carefully defined the problem. So, if you are making your way around a problem, you probably have a bias in terms of what one of the solutions is. The second solution is always to do nothing, right? The competition is always the default, the status quo, I'm not going to change.So right there, you already have number one and two. So you have to be true to the problem solving discipline and this idea of brainstorming and coming up with the three solutions, because it could be that third one that is the winner. If you go a little bit beyond the three, I'm okay with that, but I don't allow my students or any of the individuals I coach to cheat and come up with fewer than three. That you can't do Brian Ardinger: That makes perfect sense. Like you said, you've been in this space for a long time and you've, you've helped create products, you've helped create companies and that. What are some of the biggest maybe obstacles or misconceptions that people have about innovation and starting this particular process.Lorraine Marchand: I think a lot of people are intimidated that they think that innovation has to be at the hands of some of the quintessential greats like Edison and Jobs and Musk and Gates, etc. And so, the first thing I like to do is educate and inform individuals that not all forms of innovation are disruptive. They're not all big hunt. And it is absolutely honorable, and it could be your style of innovation to create incremental improvements. To do more renovation, retooling something for another type of use case. To be optimizing, which actually my story about the Hot Shops Cafeteria, truly if I'm honest about it, it's more about optimizing than truly innovating.But I'm okay with that because like you, I'm very passionate about just encouraging more people to access the freedom, the excitement, the job satisfaction that comes from innovating. And I'm okay to use a broader set of terminology in order to attract more people to just find ways to get started. So that's the first thing. I think people are really put off by that. And then I think that a lot of innovators find that it's very difficult to do customer research. Where do I find the customer? How do I talk to them? Do they want to talk to me? How do I really write a question guide that doesn't bias them toward my solution? So that's one that is very difficult to do, and I find that a lot of individuals will gloss over it. You know, I, I say you have to talk to a hundred customers. And my students look at me with their eyes crossed going, I can't possibly do that. I can't even find five. And I say, well, how are you going to sell your product if you can only find five people to talk to about it? Okay. Right there. And then I would say the other area is pivot. I'm a real fan of pivoting you never fail. Some people will argue with me, but I like to say, you don't fail if you're constantly adjusting your strategy based on the data, based on the market dynamics, and you're moving in the direction where you keep learning and improving what you're doing and moving it closer to the customer. We don't fail, we pivot. But a lot of founders, fail to see the warning signs. That maybe things aren't taking off the way they thought. And so pivoting too late can be pretty dangerous. Brian Ardinger: You spent some time both in bigger corporations as well as a startup entrepreneur. Do you see any differences about how those types, either early-stage startups innovate versus bigger companies, and what are the differences and similarities?Lorraine Marchand: I think that one of the big challenges in a corporation is, number one, the corporation exists in order to systematize, routinize, and scale. So, by its very nature, it's not really incented to be an innovative type of organism because innovation is the opposite. Innovation is about experimentation. It's got to create a safe environment for you to try something and fail. The only time I'll use the word fail. You have to be able to experiment and know that it's not gonna move forward. And as we both know, so often corporations living quarter by quarter, they just don't have a lot of patience for investing time, money, and important talent and resources in creating new ideas that might not make it to market.So that's one of the biggest challenges, and I tell my corporate colleagues who wanna innovate or even head up innovation, how important it is to embed it in the culture. And one of the first tips that I give them is you have to create an environment where experimentation is encouraged, and failure feels safe.And failure is also even encouraged and incentivized. And I do like the way Jeff Bezos positioned that within Amazon. So, he had try, fail, learn. And if I had to reiterate a mantra to my friends in the corporate world, it would be you have to create that kind of environment. And if he did it, with a logistics company, surely you can do it too. Brian Ardinger: Absolutely. It's interesting to talk a little bit about that. You know, you mentioned earlier about how you define innovation. And I think that's so important in that early-stage process to get people comfortable with the fact that I can be an innovator even though I'm not a Steve Jobs.The idea that just taking an idea and creating value around that idea, that's how I define innovation. You know, being able to take your idea and move it forward to create value from it. That alone gives the individual person on the line permission to see a problem and say, I can fix that. And that is innovation and appreciate that particular type of approach.It also then allows you to start building that muscle. To take on maybe bigger things down the road, bigger, more adjacent or transformational types of innovation. As you kind of learn about the process and learn that anybody can go through the part of taking an idea and creating value from it.Lorraine Marchand: I really love that, Brian. In fact, I love that metaphor of the muscle. I was talking with one of the innovators that I profiled in the book, Sarah Apgar, who invented a piece of fitness equipment called the Fit Fighter. She's just phenomenal. It's a nationally recognized business and brand now, and so we use that metaphor when we were talking about Fit Fighter and innovation that it's like a muscle.I might have a goal of doing a half marathon. And I go out in day one, I've never run before. But I'm going to run half a mile and then the next week I'm going to run another half a mile and I'm going to build up to it. Because building a muscle, practicing is what makes you the half marathon runner. And building the muscle and practicing is what makes you good at innovating.Brian Ardinger: So, you mentioned one of the stories that is in your book, but the book is packed full with a variety of different case studies and and things that you've seen along the lines. Can you tell us some of the success stories that you highlight in the book? Lorraine Marchand: You know, one that I don't often get an opportunity to talk about. So, thank you for letting me choose one of my favorites. I had a fantastic opportunity when I was a professor of entrepreneurship at Princeton, to judge a business pitch contest at a prison in a local New Jersey County. And so that day I drove out to the prison not really knowing what to expect. And it was just the most enlightening and humbling experiences that I had.The inmates had really worked hard over the 12 weeks in the entrepreneurship program. And they had studiously written their business plans down on loose leaf paper with pencils. And so, when I came in, I read the plans and then they had an opportunity to present their ideas and to pitch their ideas to me. And they were so engaged in the feedback. So responsive and receptive to it, and they really just wanted to learn and get better. And you could just feel the energy in the room. But the best part of the story was three of those gentlemen went on to found the businesses that we had discussed in the session that day. And even though I couldn't stay in touch with them because of rules around these sorts of engagements, I was able to get information from the warden later that they had been successful. And really not too many stories have warmed my heart like that one. Brian Ardinger: It's excellent to see that again pretty much anybody from anywhere can find problems to solve, and if you go through a process to make that happen, you can actually create value and change lives, so that's amazing. The other thing I like about your book, you have a section in there talking about women innovators and some of the unique challenges that they face. Can you talk a little bit more about that? Lorraine Marchand: My focus on women is around increasing awareness and raising women up and encouraging them to step up and stand out and give innovation a try. And I just think that for a lot of women, it's not something that they naturally think about being entrepreneurs or innovators.And we do find that the data indicates that even among venture capital firms, there's still only about 2 to 3% of them that have women partners. And when we look at investments in women founded companies, it's also still hovering at around 2 to 3%. And I'm just such a fan of innovation for all the reasons that we've talked about because I think it can be so satisfying to take an idea, to take a problem that you've personally observed and bring it to life, bring it to market as we've been discussing. I think that's tremendously satisfying. And I also think that it can be economically satisfying and help women find economic freedom. And a sustainability of their economic freedom and status. So I want to get the word out. I really encourage women in STEM. I encourage women to figure out ways to access capital. And I have a resource guide to help women with that. And then very importantly, I like to help women think a little differently about their own networking. And the truth of the matter is you have to be comfortable networking with accountants and attorneys and investors, and maybe not those folks that are in your social circles on a day-to-day basis, but you have to get out there and be able to have those conversations and pull those people into your network. So those are some of the tips that I give to women. Brian Ardinger: They're great tips and they apply to everyone as far as that ability to build a network. I think a lot of people think of innovation as this sport that you do in your garage and the tinkerer who figures things out on their own. But like you said, there are so many different components that have to come together to create that value, whether it's the accountants or the lawyers or the other people that can help build the product, whatever the case may be. Collaborative nature of innovation is so important. How do you stay fresh and current and connected with the new things that are going on in your world, and how do you stay on the top of, of your game? Lorraine Marchand: Well, I am always reaching out to new innovators. I get so much inspiration from the students that I teach at a graduate level. Or I'll be going to the Philadelphia Venture Fair later this week. And so, I'll get to talk to the early-stage entrepreneurs there. And share ideas and explore and create with them. So, I need to put myself in an environment where I'm around innovators too and entrepreneurs and I feed off of their energy. So that really is what does it for me, is just staying out there with other people, with ideas that want to create and grow. And by linking arms, we move this whole movement forward and it keeps me fresh too. Brian Ardinger: It's always important to keep in touch with where those new ideas are coming from and that. Do you see any new trends or things that you're excited about? Lorraine Marchand: I think the area of AI is absolutely fascinating. You know, I was recently reading a report that AI innovation about a 1.1 billion cagr, but the fastest growing area, even though it's very much focused on manufacturing, automation, automobiles, for example, the fastest growing sector is in healthcare. And I just think that's incredibly exciting if you think about the ability to use artificial intelligence on information about a patient's cancer tumor, have it diagnosed earlier, precision medicine in terms of knowing how to treat it.Or even being able to develop the sensors that can go into devices and help to measure and monitor pain or someone's activity around the house. So, I definitely love the healthcare applications of AI, one of those areas that I'm particularly passionate about. For More InformationBrian Ardinger: I want to thank you for coming on Inside Outside Innovation, to kind of share your insights and that. Look forward to having the conversation again in the future as we talk more about some of the crazy things that are happening in the world. If people want to find out more about yourself or more about your book, what's the best way to do that?Lorraine Marchand: I'm on LinkedIn, so I'd love for you to connect with me, Lorraine Marchand on LinkedIn. And if you would like a copy of the book, it's on Amazon, The Innovation Mindset with my name. You can buy a copy there and you can also go to the Columbia University Press website, and you can also purchase the book through Columbia. Brian Ardinger: Well, Lorraine, thanks again for being on the show. Appreciate the time and looking forward to continuing the conversation in the future. Lorraine Marchand: Thank you, Brian, and continued good luck with all of your fabulous endeavors as well.Brian Ardinger: Thank you. That's it for another episode of Inside Outside Innovation. If you want to learn more about our team, our content, our services, check out InsideOutside.io or follow us on Twitter @theIOpodcast or @Ardinger. Until next time, go out and innovate.FREE INNOVATION NEWSLETTER & TOOLSGet the latest episodes of the Inside Outside Innovation podcast, in addition to thought leadership in the form of blogs, innovation resources, videos, and invitations to exclusive events. SUBSCRIBE HEREYou can also search every Inside Outside Innovation Podcast by Topic and Company. For more innovations resources, check out IO's Innovation Article Database, Innovation Tools Database, Innovation Book Database, and Innovation Video Database.
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand interview Amazon Sports VP of Global Sports Video, Marie Donoghue. Donoghue is the one who first hatched Amazon's plan to go after the rights for Thursday Night Football and she led how the streamer has approached its look in front and behind the cameras. In the pod, Donoghue reveals some news on an addition to TNF's pregame, talks about interest in the NBA, Big 12 and Pac 12. She also tells of what it was like to row in the Harlem River as part of Columbia's crew team in college. Plus, Marchand and Ourand have their usual segments of "Who's Up" and "Who's down," delve deep into Major League Baseball and Sinclair, while also providing a prognosis of the current state of the Pac 12 deal. And one sportscaster receives the coveted "Call of the Week" award. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the Departamento de Maldonado of Uruguay, lives a biologist, Nicolás Marchand, who has been working with ranchers to make conservation and sustainability compatible with raising cattle in grasslands. A kind of approach that makes sure pastures for livestock also help host birds like the Buff-breasted Sandpiper, which spend their winters here. He wants to keep enhancing connections with ranchers, restoring pastures, and creating management practices that benefit wintering shorebirds — all to avoid losing more of these crucial ecosystems.More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.
Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Lorraine H. Marchand, author of The Innovation Mindset: Eight Essential Steps to Transform Any Industry. Lorraine Marchand is general manager of life sciences at IBM Watson Health and has three decades of experience in new product development. She has held leadership positions at Bristol Myers Squibb, Covance, Cognizant, and IQVIA, and she cofounded four companies. Marchand is an adjunct professor of management and serves on the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management Program Advisory Board at Columbia Business School. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand celebrate one year of the sports media podcast. They are joined by ESPN MLB insider Jeff Passan, who details why he always wears a suit to the ballpark, navigating ESPN rivalries, the angst of being glued to his phone and his Elmo impersonation, among other topics. Marchand and Ourand have all the usual elements, picking “Who's up” and “Who's down,” plus they go deep on subjects, including what does the Sling-Disney deal foretell, what is the NBA up to with its reimagined app and Rachel Nichols' comeback. They end with “Call of the Week,” which has a Manning slant. Mentioned this week: Troy Aikman, Joe Buck, Chris Russo, Doug Perlman, Abe Madkour, Chris Shaw, Scott Van Pelt, Shaquille O'Neal, Gary Bettman, Steve Phelps, Roger Goodell, Aaron Judge, Derek Volner, Peyton Manning, Eli Manning, Charlie Ergen, Chris Ripley, LeBron James, Fred Hickman, Nick Charles, George Michael, Rachel Nichols, Mark Hale, Adam Silver, Maria Taylor, John Blake, Rich Passan, Adrian Wojnarowski, Adam Shefter, Pete Thamel, John Branch, Joe Posnanski, Jason Whitlock, Wright Thompson, Liz Merrill, Adam Teicher, Blair Kirkhoff, Bob Dutton, Sam Mellinger, Kevin Kaduk, Candace Buckner, Mike Fannin, Dan Wetzel, Charles Robinson, Tim Brown, Kevin Iole, Greg Wyshynski, Buster Olney, Rob Manfred, Rachel Ullrich, Ken Rosenthal, Jon Heyman, Joel Sherman, Adley Rutschman, Elmo, Sean Connery, Dan LeBatard, Manny Machado, George King, Tom Verducci, Bobby Wagner, Acie Wyatt, Chris Mason, Pedro Martinez Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Poor mental health vs. poor physical health. The ultimate the chicken vs the egg scenario. Mental health and physical health are deeply intertwined, impacting one another complexly and indefinitely. Changes or pain in one, will inevitably cause changes or pain to the other. We must take care of both to see the changes or relief we hope to see in our mind, body, and spirit. One way to do this is through quality chiropractic care, perhaps with the inclusion of therapy or other health practices. Join us as we share more! Join us as we welcome another guest, Dr. Toni Marchand. Dr. Toni is a Doctor of Chiropractic, local to us in Windsor, Colorado. She works with people of all ages, including infants, children, and pregnant/postpartum mommas. In this episode, Dr. Toni helps us understand more about the intersection of mental and physical health, as well as many tools to assist in healing both of these at once! We additionally unpack the role mental or physical distress can have on all parts of our body, our relationships, our productivity, and more. Dr. Toni also dispels myths about chiropractors and chiropractic care, as well as goes in depth about how she supports her patients (hint: this includes much more than just cracking your back and neck)! You don't want to miss this episode! If you find this episode, or any of our other episodes, helpful to you, please share with those that you love! Let us know what you think about what you want us to talk about next by emailing us at RelationshipsInsideOut@gmail.com! In two weeks, we dive into loneliness. Later topics include: the impacts of mental health on physical health, parenting, navigating finances as a partnership, self-acceptance, compassion in couples, neurodivergence, navigating milestones as a couple, and so much more!For more updates and resources, follow us on Facebook at @RelationshipsInsideOutllc! Some resources related to this podcast:1. Chiropractic Adjustment Care, Treatment & Benefits 2. Chiropractic: In Depth3. Chiropractic and Mental Health: History and Review of Putative Neurobiological Mechanisms4. Depression, Anxiety, Mental Health and Chiropractic Care
Cette semaine, nous recevons un ami de la famille, Raphaël Marchand. Coureur de longue distance mais aussi bientôt directeur de course, il nous parle de son nouveau projet, l'Ultra Trail du Fjord du Saguenay. À travers quelques anecdotes croustillantes et quelques fous rires, on jase de ses débuts en course de trail, de toutes les émotions qui l'habitent (ou pas) et de son expérience récente comme crew et pacer au Bigfoot 200 Endurance Run. P.s: ça vaut VRAIMENT la peine d'écouter jusqu'à la fin
durée : 00:03:52 - Sous les radars - par : Sébastien LAUGENIE - Un jeune marchand ambulant s'est pendu après la saisie de sa balance par la police municipale. Son histoire attise la colère des Tunisiens. Elle rappelle le suicide il y a douze ans d'un autre marchand, qui avait donné naissance à la révolution tunisienne.
durée : 00:03:52 - Sous les radars - par : Sébastien LAUGENIE - Un jeune marchand ambulant s'est pendu après la saisie de sa balance par la police municipale. Son histoire attise la colère des Tunisiens. Elle rappelle le suicide il y a douze ans d'un autre marchand, qui avait donné naissance à la révolution tunisienne.
Sports media's push to streaming dominates the first part of this week's podcast, as Andrew Marchand and John Ourand take a deep dive into how Amazon fared during its first exclusive NFL game. Marchand and Ourand take a look at Amazon's performance from the NBA's perspective since that league's media rights deals are up after the 2024-25 season. They bring up both the good and the bad with Amazon's stream of the Chargers-Chiefs game. Other streaming topics include the potential for AppleTV+ to carry a historic MLB game as Aaron Judge chases Roger Maris' Yankees homerun record and discuss how a direct-to-consumer ESPN may look. College rights negotiations continue to be a big issue, as the Big 12 and Pac-12 have started looking into re-doing their deals. And they tell you why Dwyane Wade is leaving TNT's NBA telecasts this season. As always, the show has its Who's Up/Who's Down and Call of the Week features. Mentions: Aaron Judge, Roger Maris, Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Kevin Burkhardt, Greg Olsen, Al Michaels, Kirk Herbstreit, Jimmy Pitaro, Eli Manning, Peyton Manning, Scott Van Pelt, Burke Magnus, Bob Chapek, Russell Wilson, Dak Prescott, Ian Eagle, Eddy Cue, Dean Spanos, Justin Herbert, Jay Marine, Marie Donoghue, Jared Stacy, Fred Gaudelli, Kaylee Hartung, Richard Sherman, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dude Perfect, Joe Flint, Jeff Bezos, Bart Simpson, Al Bundy, Roger Goodell, Chris Russo, Pat McAfee, Stephen Nelson, Hunter Pence, Katie Nolan, Derek Jeter, Babe Ruth, John Canzano, Jon Wilner, George Kliavkoff, Dwyane Wade, Kevin Harlan, Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill, Gus Johnson, Joel Klatt, Jason McCourty, Michael Nathanson, Acie Wyatt, Chris Mason Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Innovation, the cornerstone of lasting success, is as much about mindset as it is about creativity. Companies that have realized this have imprinted it on their methodologies and bloomed, like Amazon, now renowned for its try-fail-learn innovative culture. But with business strategies and company practices already in place, what business innovation mindset strategies can you use to make room for parallel innovation? We have answers in this episode of the Women's Leadership Success podcast focused on career and business innovation mindset strategies for women. Why is innovation an essential factor in organizational culture? How do you cultivate an innovative company culture? What must you know about the realities of innovating to develop products that help people? Why do we need more women in business? What can female entrepreneurs do to increase their odds of success? What are some business innovation mindset strategies? How do you cultivate a problem-solving mindset? How does it help in creating an innovative company culture? Lorrain Marchand: Author In this episode of Women's Leadership Success, Sabrina Braham interviews Lorraine Marchand, author of The Innovation Mindset: Eight Essential Steps to Transform Any Industry, a powerful book condensing three decades of her experience in new product development. Her book explores the realities of the different stages of product development and the determining factors in developing a product that the customer needs. Today's conversation gets underneath the importance and power of innovation in business, developing business innovation mindset strategies, cultivating a problem-solving mindset, and increasing the odds of success for women entrepreneurs. Lorraine Marchand's Interview on Developing The Innovation Mindset For Women Lorraine Marchand is a business leader, advisor and innovator in the life sciences and healthcare. Her teaching, consulting and business endeavors focus on developing new products and services and the business and marketing models that enable their successful adoption. Her ??goal is to enable innovation and entrepreneurship to help create an ecosystem where female leaders can get the resources they need to be successful. Developing The Innovation Mindset In Women Entrepreneurs: Women's Leadership #117 Show Notes Background in corporate intrapreneurship and smaller company entrepreneurship + the enthusiasm to ideate and introduce new products and services [00:47-02:04] How Lorraine's dad introduced an exercise to infuse a problem-solving and innovation mindset in her since 13 years old [02:19-05:21] Why do a lot of people lack an innovative mindset? How can they develop it? [05:31-08:09] The three things necessary to cultivate an innovative mindset [08:15-10:31] Leaving room for out-of-the-box thinking, problem-identification and solving, and exploring interests other than work [10:33-13:20] The process of generating ideas [13:31-17:00] The story of Sarah Apgar, who ideated and created a piece of fitness equipment from a thing she made at the fire station, and how she raised $250,000 on Shark Tank for it [17:14-19:12] Innovations and inventions during COVID [19:12-22:47] How do you know when to pivot in life? + Real-life examples of famous companies that birthed from business strategy pivots [22:59-24:44] How can female entrepreneurs increase their odds of success? [24:46-29:09] Women represent only around 7% of venture capitalists. Why is that a problem and what can be done to help women improve their financial competency? [29:20-32:07] Lorraine's last piece of advice for you [32:12-32:54] Women's Leadership Success #117 Summary: Developing The Innovation Mindset Episode notes to leave with: Problem-solving lies at the heart of innovation.
Brad Marchand is skating Friday for the first time since doublr hip surgery, and confirmed he'll be out of the lineup until late November. In his absence, Taylor Hall will need to make his mark in black and gold, and he's ready to step up for the Boston Bruins. It certainly helps that he'll be playing with David Krejci and David Pastrnak. Plus, the prospect's challenge is underway in Buffalo and hockry will be played by guys in Bruins jerseys this afternoon! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome back to Rogue Darkness! In this episode we'll be delving into case of the disturbing murder of Clothilde Marchand and how her husband's deception, his mistresses jealousy, and an unlikely communication from beyond the grave, lead to Clothilde's unfortunate death…Sources:https://www.buffalospree.com/app/buffalospreemagazine/archives/2008_12/1208fearandloathing.htmlhttps://books.google.com/books?id=xvcaMhP93pAC&pg=PA186&lpg=PA186&dq=clothilde+marchand&source=bl&ots=lHQS3fBtQv&sig=ACfU3U2n7uWXNIINth3RwRSHHyT4eVH8lQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwi-uom6n935AhW_rIkEHcBoAlIQ6AF6BAgOEAM#v=onepage&q=clothilde%20marchand&f=falsehttps://www.nytimes.com/1930/03/08/archives/murder-incited-by-jealous-model-killing-of-artists-wife-is.htmlhttps://www.wgrz.com/article/news/local/unknown-stories/the-scandal-of-the-century-remembering-the-trial-of-nancy-bowen-and-lila-jimerson-buffalo-history-museum/71-caf1389c-cb35-43bd-b183-7991a67da901Promo at the end of this episode was for Horrifying History! Listen to them wherever you listen to podcasts!All music used in this episode, as well as all other episodes of Rogue Darkness, are royalty and copyright free and available for public use through the Creative Commons. The song used in this episode was by Darren Curtis Music. My intro music was a collaboration piece done by me and aandyvalentine on Fiverr. Definitely reach out to him if you're ever looking for some awesome music for your show!Contact: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow me on my socials!IG: https://instagram.com/rogue_darkness?igshid=e2qxf6xt3dqqTwitter: @rogue_darknessYouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UC3Ne_hJYPGj3d-W4CL_MDfASupport the show: https://www.patreon.com/roguedarknessRogue Darkness is part of the Darkcast Network. Check out all of the network's other amazing podcasts at www.darkcastnetwork.wixsite.com
Are visionaries instinctive innovators? Why do unhealthy leaders unintentionally stop innovation within their businesses? Do you listen to your customers, and innovate your business to align with and solve their needs? I have had the great opportunity to read The Innovation Mindset by today's guest, Lorraine Marchand. We have an exciting conversation about leaders' abilities to create an innovative business culture. We look at how an innovative culture can help change your business's problems into opportunities. Being a well established innovator in her own field, Lorraine shares her insights about how an innovative business culture fosters solutions oriented mindsets. Thanks for listening! I'd love to connect with you over on Instagram @impactdrivenleader SHOW NOTES AND RESOURCES: Click here Join the Impact Driven Leadership Community Sign up for The Impact Driven Leader Book Club WEBSITE: www.impactdrivenleaderpodcast.com
FEATURED GUESTS: Peggy Kolodny MA ATR-BC LCPAT, is a Board Certified, Registered and Licensed Art Therapist with level 2 certificates in IFS and in EMDR, specializing in trauma treatment across the life span. She is the founder of the group private practice, Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills.Currently, Peggy is adjunct faculty with George Washington University's Art Therapy Graduate Program as well as multiple professional training faculties. (Chesapeake Beach Play Therapy Seminars; The Ferentz Institute; and The Expressive Therapies Summits). She is on the Board of the Maryland Art Therapy Association, is a past president, and is their delegate to the American Art Therapy Association. Peggy is the current Chair of the International Society on the Study of Trauma and Dissociation's (ISSTD) Creative Arts Therapies Special Interest Group. Past faculties include University of Maryland, School of Social Work, Goucher College, and Maryland Institute, College of Art. Recent publications include 2 chapters in Art Therapy in the Treatment of Addictions and Trauma (Quinn, 2021) ; and a co-authored chapter with Salicia Mazero "The Interweave of Internal Family Systems, EMDR and Art Therapy" in “EMDR and Creative Arts Therapies” (Davis, Fitzgerald, Jacobs and Marchand, Routledge release October 2022). Past positions, back in the 1980's to the 1990's, include Chair of the Central Maryland Sexual Abuse Treatment Task Force, Vice Chair of the Maryland Chapter of the American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, and Director of a nonprofit clinical trauma treatment agency, The Family Connection. She truly has been working as an art therapist with trauma populations for 40 years since her graduation from George Washington University's Art Therapy Program. Salicia Mazero, MA, LPC, ATR, CEDS-S, is a licensed professional counselor, registered art therapist and a certified eating disorder specialist and supervisor practicing in St Louis, MO. Salicia is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Internal Family Systems (IFS). Over the past 10 years, Salicia has worked in two treatment centers focusing on treating eating disorders before transitioning to private practice. Salicia serves as the president of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals St. Louis chapter. She is also on the board of directors of the Missouri Eating Disorder Association and a presenter for their Feed the Facts program educating students and teachers about eating disorders and prevention in the school system. She presents nationwide annually on art therapy, IFS, and eating disorder treatment. Salicia recently co-authored a chapter on Art Therapy, IFS and EMDR in the book EMDR and Creative Arts Therapies. LISTEN & LEARN: A general overview of Internal Family Systems Therapy created by Richard Schwartz. The three main parts and the roles they play. How EMDR, IFS and art therapy can effectively by integrated. The 8 C's of self. Role of Self Energy. How presenting professionally lead to collaboration and opportunities for publishing. RESOURCES MENTIONED ON THE SHOW: Peggy Kolodny's practice Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills www.arttherapycollective.vpweb.com Email Peggy at email@example.com Art Therapy Collective of Owings Mills Facebook Page Salicia Mazero's practice Creating Your Journey, LLC creatingyourjourneyllc.com Visit our website for resources & summit session
Julie-Anne Lamoureux fait le point sur la fusillade mortelle survenue à Toronto; le maire de Québec, Bruno Marchand, se prononce sur les enjeux de la campagne électorale provinciale; et la cinéaste Julie Perron parle de l'influence du réalisateur Jean-Luc Godard, décédé à l'âge de 91 ans.
Me invitaron por tercera ocasión al podcast: Conversaciones con Fernando Suarezserna y Adrián Marcelo. Platicamos sobre las estrategias para lograr obtener Poder Personal, acompañada de una amena conversación entre amigos. ¡Buenísimo! Muchas gracias por la invitación. Adquiere mi libro en: https://www.poderpersonal.com/Envíame un correo con tus sugerencias de temas/dudas para futuros episodios. firstname.lastname@example.org
Plus Company burst onto the scene last year and made an even bigger splash this year with new acquisitions. Its CEO, Brett Marchand, sits down with The PR Week podcast and talks about his network's unique approach, as well as the biggest marketing and communications news of the week. -Restructuring at Dentsu and the departure of Wendy Clark; -20 years of PRWeek Students of the Year; -Another acquisition by Finn Partners; -Golin's sustainability research amid opposition to ESG investment; -The return of the NFL-More executives on the move. Follow us on Twitter: @PRWeekUSReceive the latest industry news, insights, and special reports. Start Your Free 1-Month Trial Subscription To PRWeek www.prweek.comShow Less
Después de que nos acompañó en nuestro tercer aniversario en vivo, tuvimos el honor que el Dr. Horacio Marchand nos acompañara una vez más, quien nos habló a detalle de las estrategias para lograr poder personal, acompañada de una amena conversación como se acostumbra cada que nos visita.
Amanda Marchand is a Canadian, New York-based photographer. Amanda's Lumen Notebook series is a body of elegant and strikingly beautiful images that nevertheless layer deep meaning within their seemingly simple compositions. In our conversation, Amanda and I talked about her process in creating these photograms and how working within strict constraints allows her to explore the technique more fully. We also discussed how she uses photography to facilitate connection and presence, and the duality of delight and mortality in her work. Then for the second segment we had a meandering conversation about autism, communication, attention, and using art to process and understand our emotional experiences. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Goodpods | TuneIn | RSS Support: Support our Patreon | Review on Apple Podcasts | Review on Podchaser Share: Tweet this episode | Share to Facebook Connect: Newsletter | Email | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube Show Notes: Amanda Marchand Amanda Marchand - The World is Astonishing With You in It Medium Photo - Second Sight lecture with Amanda Marchand Barbara Bosworth - The Meadow Stanley Fish - Is There a Text in This Class? Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal - Louise Bourgeois Linda Connor Kathy Acker Amanda Marchand - Nothing Will Ever Be the Same Again Amanda Marchand - Lumen Circles Keep the Channel Open - Episode 124: Farrah Karapetian Leah Sobsey Mary Oliver - Devotions: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver Mary Oliver - “The Summer Day” Tara Brach Jenny Odell - How to Do Nothing: Resisting the Attention Economy Transcript Episode Credits Editing/Mixing: Mike Sakasegawa Music: Podington Bear Transcription: Shea Aguinaldo
NBA官方授權口罩連結 兩包以上免運費折扣碼: littleguylayup 新北國王教練 Ryan Marchand 01:30 教練休賽季做什麼 04:30 新北國王休賽季交易有參與嗎 06:00 國王上球季的表現 08:10 會做什麼不一樣的決定 09:55 新球隊的困難 12:35 戰術先再補球員還是戰術因為球員而設計 15:50 第一次在不會說英文的環境當教練 18:05 說中文 20:40 台灣籃球文化 24:00 台灣籃球技術 28:55 台灣籃球後端技術 33:40 如何形容台灣籃球 39:00 籃球IQ可以教嗎? 45:00 不同的球員教練 47:45 心臟大可以練習嗎 53:00 何時知道想當教練的 58:50 怎麼當上影片剪接師 1:02:30 Thibs 1:04:45 不同工作的難處 1:15:00 接下來幾年想在球隊上繼續做的事情 1:16:15 545+1 加州的超過華式100度還是亞洲的>70度濕氣 足球還是棒球 NBA教練還是球員 Nick Nurse 還是 Erik Spoelstra 沒有贏過的偉大球員還是贏過很多的角色球員 喜歡節目別忘了訂閱! 粉絲頁面 想要支持我們歡迎加入我們會員: ZecZec Patreon
In the 21st installment of our 2022 32-Beats series, Fluto Shinzawa joins Ben to break down the 2021/22 Bruins season and discuss what we can expect in 2022/23. Topics discussed include: Bergeron's tough assignment to start the season Jim Montgomery's potential adjustments Pastrnak and Hall's upside The return of David Krejci Injury timeline and potential impact after Marchand's surgery How Pavel Zacha fits in Boston Jake DeBrusk's new outlook on life The defensive impact of injuries to McAvoy and Grzelcyk How effective can Hampus Lindholm be as the Bruins' workhorse? Year 2 of the Swayman / Ullmark tandem The Bruins' un-robust prospect pipeline Make sure to follow Fluto on Twitter @FlutoShinzawa and check out all of his articles on The Athletic. Want to stay up to date on all the latest NHL line combos and fantasy news? Follow our @GameDayLines, @GameDayNewsNHL, and @GameDayGoalies accounts on Twitter to know what you need to know as soon as you can know it. Plus, visit GameDayLineTweets.com to see line combo tweets sorted by NHL team! For more amazing fantasy content, subscribe to The Stream Scheme, highlighting the best free agency finds and fantasy schedules of the week. We always invite and appreciate your feedback. Let us know what you think @keepingkarlsson, and if you love the show, please rate and write us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts. * * * Join our inclusive, passionate and brilliant Keeping Karlsson community by becoming a patron of Keeping Karlsson. For the cost of one arena soft pretzel each month, patrons help us keep making new episodes and get all kinds of perks in return, like managing teams in the Keeping Karlsson Ultimate Patron Fantasy League (aka the KKUPFL), access to our patrons-only Discord Server, bonus monthly Patroncasts, and weekly show scripts. Keeping Karlsson is proudly presented by DobberHockey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Andrew Marchand and John Ourand spend much of the pod peppering ESPN's Burke Magnus, this week's Big Get, with questions about the college sports landscape. Magnus discussed what happened during Big Ten media rights negotiations and how ESPN views upcoming Pac-12 and Big 12 negotiations. Magnus also discusses how ESPN plans to schedule SEC and ACC games next year and talks about the future of SEC Network and ACC Network. Pod topics include Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy's latest venture, Amazon's failure to get Big Ten or UEFA rights and CNN's decision to move away from media reporting. Marchand and Ourand also talk about whether Disney plans to spin off ESPN, Ted Leonsis' purchase of NBC Sports Washington, broadcasters' support of women's sports, Amazon's “Thursday Night Football” debut and the Little League Classic. Mentioned on this week's pod: Chris Russo, Eric Shanks, Mark Silverman, Larry Jones, Andrew Fegyveresi, Brad Zager, Tom Brady, The Masked Singer, Urban Meyer, Mike McCarley, Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Dick Ebersol, John Collins, Jeff Bezos, Brian Stelter, Chris Licht, John Malone, Oliver Darcy, Sean McManus, Ted Lasso, Daniel Loeb, Bob Chapek, Michael Nathanson, Bob Iger, Ted Leonsis, Zach Leonsis, Randy Levine, Kirk Herbstreit, Al Michaels, Kaylee Hartung, Fred Gaudelli, Mark Gross, Cedric Mullins, Austin Hays, Adley Rutschman, Karl Ravech, Mo'ne Davis, Meghan Ourand, Bill Simmons, David Lennon, Dave Anderson, Steve Anderson, George Bodenheimer, Dick Vitale, Burke Magnus IV, Kevin Warren, Michael Smith, John Swofford, John Wildhack, Mike Aresco, Jack Swarbrick, Jimmy Pitaro, Paul Rabil, Mike Rabil, Keyshawn Johnson, Aaron Judge, Mike Francesa Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices