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CISO Stories Podcast
Using Security Metrics as a Shared Goal With Developers - Caroline Wong - CSP #68

CISO Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 25:11


Security metrics are often a struggle to establish by security departments. These metrics may be taking too narrow of a view, whereby metrics visible and embraced by other areas can improve the security program success. Join us as we discuss these metrics. Additionally, Caroline is graciously offering her Linkedin metrics course focused on establishing objectives and measuring progress towards the objectives, to CISO STORIES listeners at no cost at https://www.linkedin.com/learning/learning-security-metrics/why-are-security-metrics-important?autoplay=true To view the article from the CISO COMPASS Book that sparked this interview, please visit: https://securityweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/CISOSTORIES_CarolineWong_Article.pdf Wong, C. 2019. Sharing the Metrics Goal Between Departments. In CISO COMPASS: Navigating Cybersecurity Leadership Challenges with Insights from Pioneers, 1st Ed, pgs. 158-9. Fitzgerald, T. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fl. www.amazon.com/author/toddfitzgerald. Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/csp68

Marketing Trends
Everything Your Brand Needs To Know About Augmented Reality With Zappar's CEO, Caspar Thykier

Marketing Trends

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 37:35


Augmented reality is becoming a very real reality for marketers in every industry. So what do you need to know to successfully play in this space of “spatial storytelling,” as today's guest likes to call it? Caspar Thykier, Co-Founder and CEO of Zappar, shares his tips and tricks, including how to create experiences worth remembering and what to keep in mind when incorporating AR into your strategy.Tune in to learn:The different use cases for augmented reality (18:00)What are the limitations of AR and what questions should brands ask before implementing the technology? (25:30)Metrics that matter: How to measure the success of your AR campaign (27:00)AR vs VR, including an early look at the ZapBox (29:00)Marketing Trends is brought to you by Salesforce Marketing Cloud. For more great marketing insights, sign up for The Marketing Moments newsletter. You'll get ideas to help you build better customer relationships, invites to upcoming events, and access to the latest industry research. Subscribe at https://sforce.co/MarketingMoments

Making Money in Multifamily Show
178 | Self Storage metrics, advancements in tech, and opportunities to scale with Scott Krone

Making Money in Multifamily Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 37:28


Scott's Background:Scott is a Chicago native whose career began in 1991 by pursuing his Masters of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology.Fast forward to 2012, Scott founded Coda Management Group – a firm who specializes in managing real estate assets. Since its inception, Coda manages a wide range of real estate including single and multi-family homes, retail, commercial warehouse, self- storage and multi-use flex athletic spaces. Currently, their investments total over $55 million.Scott has authored High Performance Homes – Navigating the Green Road to Your Dream Home, a book for homeowner's seeking to incorporate green technology into their home.In this episode we cover:03:02 Scott's Transition into RE08:52 Good investment metrics for Self Storage14:08 All in costs and risk/reward20:22 Biggest hedge on a proforma23:00 Staying focused on economies of scale26:00 5 Key QuestionsConnect with Scott:https://www.codamg.com/EmailConnect with Dave:Schedule a callWebsiteE-mailOther ways to listen/watch:drum.io/daveFollow or Subscribe:Facebook GroupLinkedInInstagramYoutubeIf you enjoyed this episode or like the show, please subscribe and leave a review! It is a huge help for just a little effort

Digital Enterprise Society Podcast
The Digital Battle — Viscosity of Data

Digital Enterprise Society Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 28:23


The essence of the digital transformation journey is understanding trade-offs, and today's digital battle offers clear points for each side of the argument.  We all want the digital thread to work and data to flow without interruption, so where is the hold up? On the latest Digital Battle, Craig Brown and Mark Pendergast tackle the viscosity of data and why it doesn't flow like it should.  Is it the people or the technology that slows the processes down?  Craig immediately attributes the hold up to people, Mark argues that the technology isn't in place to make things happen effectively, and with that, another heated digital battle is under way.     On today's podcast, you will learn: Craig blames the people Data flow is impeded by people because of the differing opinions about which tools are the best ones.  The unwillingness of people to conform to what matters to the company is what holds up the flow of data.  If the data is stuck and won't move, it's because of the people.  People try too hard to perfect their designs before they are willing to share data.    Mark argues against the technology People are trying to get their jobs done, and have to share information with others to do so.  If data is stuck, it's because of the technology.  The tools are not mature enough to effectively communicate with other tools.  The incompatibility of standards limits productivity.  Maturity-based, phased release isn't sufficiently supported by technology.    Is there a third player to blame?  Processes might be the real culprit in this digital battle.  Experience has taught too many people to hold onto their data rather than share it.  Processes marry people to the technology and in many cases, is the true point of failure.    The impacts of poor flow Data isn't able to be reused because it's not optimally formatted.  Change cycles greatly contribute to the lack of viscosity.  Time to market is affected by poor flow.  Quality is critically impacted by poor flow.    How can flow be improved? On the people side, people need to emphasize communication about the latest data.  Quality checks need to be in place at every checkpoint.  Understand how your widget fits into the bigger picture and how it is used by others.  On the technology side, data flow needs to be designed to work.  A plan to execute free data hand off from end-to-end would greatly improve flow.  Data governance cannot be static- data flow governance is needed to make data flow. Metrics and rewards need to measure flow.     Key areas of value for viscosity of data Clear measures need to be established to identify reuse of data.  Consumers willingness to pay for a product is really what matters most.  Mainstream flow has many inefficiencies that need to be addressed.  Vendors need to insist on new tools that fit with existing tools.  The CAD to PLM to ERP chain needs to be refined end-to-end.    Continue the conversation with us within the Digital Enterprise Society Community at DigitalEnterpriseSociety.org.   Digital Download: Virtual Round-Table Series

The Best Practices Show
A Healthy Way to Look at Numbers in Hygiene with Kirk Behrendt & Christina Byrne

The Best Practices Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 39:30


A Healthy Way to Look at Numbers in Hygiene Episode #421 with Kirk Behrendt & Christina Byrne Do you want to provide high-quality care for your patients? Then you need to track some numbers! And to share the most important metrics you should be tracking in hygiene, Kirk Behrendt brings back Christina Byrne, director of operations at ACT Dental. Kirk and Christina explain why you should care about those metrics and how to have the numbers conversation — because what gets measured gets improved! To learn more about the metrics that matter, listen to Episode 421 of The Best Practices Show! Main Takeaways: Tracking metrics will lead to a healthier team culture. Knowing your numbers will improve your patients' health. Numbers will measure the value you provide to patients. Metrics will measure the hygienists' value to the practice. Quotes: “[Metrics in hygiene] are important for a couple of reasons . . . I think it's important for hygienists to be responsible clinicians, providers. They support the profitability of the practice. And that's all secondary. The first and foremost reason to do this is because knowing what our numbers are and improving our numbers is only going to improve the health of our patient base. The key to the success of a healthy hygiene department or a healthy practice is how healthy are our patients. And we can't say, ‘Oh, yeah. Our patients are all healthy. We're doing a great job. They're coming in every six months.' If you don't track that information, you really don't know. You're just going by a feeling. And feelings, that's not telling you the true story.” (1:52—2:47) “I think the key thing to start with, as a dentist, is to meet with your hygiene team and talk about your philosophy of care. Talk about what's important. Talk about, ‘What do we believe about periodontal disease? What do we believe about the health of our patients?' Even, ‘What do we believe about when to take radiographs? Should we do a caries risk assessment? What are our thoughts on fluoride, on all of these things?' When you can position that “why” of why we think this is important and how does it benefit our patients, then you can say, ‘Okay, great. We all align, and we all agree that fluoride is an important protocol or an important medicament that we can use for our patients. How are we going to track that we're doing that?'” (3:04—3:55) “What gets measured improves. But what gets measured and reported on improves exponentially. And I can say that in all of my experience working with teams that that is absolutely the case, that if we just skate by and we never, ever track numbers, then they're not going to improve. They're just not.” (7:11—7:30) “I have a lot of offices that I work with, and the team member will say, ‘I never get a thank you. I never get recognized for what I do.' Well, here is the perfect opportunity to get recognized for what you do. If you are reporting on your numbers every week and they're increasing, then that's great. Now, that's your recognition, if that's what your goal is. The other piece of it too, and I tell team members this all the time, you are going to measure your value, if you will, to the practice based on these numbers.” (8:17—8:50) “You have two responsibilities as a team member: you have to align with the core values, and you have to get results. And so, if I'm not tracking results, then how can I then sit down in a meeting with my boss and ask for a raise or ask for some increase to my compensation? So, if I'm a hygienist and I can present to my doctor, ‘Hey, in the last six months, this is what I've done. I increased this. I increased that. I've converted a lot of patients to comprehensive exam. I had conversations about restorative dentistry, and then they scheduled,' that gives you some power as the team member to come to that meeting with the data, not just a feeling or, ‘Hey, I've been here for two years. I should get a raise.' Like, no. You are a provider in the...

DevSecOps Podcast
#17 - SDL PT3 - Define Metrics and Compliance Reporting

DevSecOps Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 34:25


No terceiro episódio da série SDL, você acompanha sobre métricas e compliance. O quê? Como? Onde? Quando? E principalmente, para quem? Vamos mergulhar no tema para te ajudar a desenvolver software seguro, da maneira certa.

Manufactured
075. Manufactured x Asia Garment Hub: Wellbeing – Dr. Divya Jyoti & Dr. Achyuta Adhvaryu Debate Definitions & Metrics

Manufactured

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 34:47


Dr. Divya Jyoti and Dr. Achyuta Adhvaryu debate: how should worker wellbeing be defined and measured?

Path To A Million Dollar Practice
3 Most Important Metrics Chiropractors Should Track For Google Ads | EP. 310

Path To A Million Dollar Practice

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 13:59


Barbell Logic
Online Coaching is Better Than In-Person Coaching - #408

Barbell Logic

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 51:01


Online coaching is better than in-person coaching. It provides more value to the coach and client, enabling greater flexibility, personalization, and effectiveness. Online Coaching is Better Since Barbell Logic began providing online coaching, we have offered it almost apologetically, only as a backup if you lacked in-person access to a great professional barbell coach. We have changed are thinking on online coaching's value. Online coaching is better than in-person coaching for most people most of the time. Online coaching provides greater flexibility, personalization, consistency, and effectiveness for coaches and clients. We still love in-person coaching, and most of our coaches offer both online and in-person coaching. Effectiveness of Online Coaching We used to believe in the extreme importance of the first few sessions and first few months for novice lifters. Coaches correct technique errors in the initial sessions, getting lifters moving in the most biomechanically efficient way possible (with proper form). Clients needed to get as strong as possible in those first few months. While we still value correct technique and getting clients stronger in the beginning months, these are rather the initial steps in a longer transformative process of building strength to improve quality of life. Numbers on the bar increase drastically in the initial months of training, but the true value comes from how strength training and health habits become a part of their life, which ultimately creates the effectiveness, value, and lifechanging changes the clients are looking for. Flexibility of Online Coaching Online Coaching provides flexibility to coaches and clients that in-person coaching cannot compete with. Clients train when and where they want, and coaches coach when and where they want. This flexibility has led to greater consistency and higher consistency to more effectiveness. If you have an in-person session and something comes up so you can't make it, the chances that your coach has the flexibility to modify his schedule are slim. Whereas if you typically train before work and something arises where you have to train after work, it's not a problem with online coaching. This also leads to greater compliance. As a client, you can maintain your training habit through a gym closure or a vacation while still receiving coaching from your coach. As a coach, you can continue to retain your clients as they move. If you want to live in small town USA or in sunny southern California, you can and coach people around the world. This also enables better coach-client pairing. Clients with specialized needs such as postpartum or pregnancy training, training for military requirements, or training around injuries can find coaches with that knowledge. Coaches can be paired with more clients who they are better-equipped to coach. Value of Online Coaching Online coaches earn more money per hour and can have more clients than the limitations of a daily or weekly schedule allow. Beyond this, the pathways to higher-paying coaching are limiting. Personal training wages are low, and not all people want to open their own gym (plus, with business closures, this is riskier than ever before). Clients pay less money for online coaching while typically getting more or as much feedback from their coach as they would from their in-person coach. In-person coaching from an excellent professional barbell coach is extremely expensive. Most people typically get occasional technique tune ups or follow a group coaching model to make in-person coaching more affordable. Online Coaching Delivery Differences Online coaching enables coaches to video themselves while watching their clients videos and provide video feedback. While online coaching has some limitations (especially tactile cues) its capabilities enable some different coaching methods. Through either moving your body in the video or drawing on the screen, visual cues are easier to deliver to clients than when in-person. Online coaching enables more long coach-client relationships. Although long relationships certainly exist with in-person clients, oftentimes the coach or the client moves and though both would like to continue the relationship it must end. Online coaching can sustain these coach-client relationships. Online coaching excels at programming. Not only is delivering workout programming (coach) and receiving programming (client) easier, but the coach can explain strength programming decisions and adjustments easily. Metrics can be automated and tracked for all lifts and all rep ranges. While this may seem like a small benefit, if seeing different PRs go up over time motivates clients, then this again increases compliance while ultimately leads to greater effectiveness. Online coaching enables automatic storage of not only metrics and PRs but also information. Whatever cue the coach wants to think about next time, you can automatically remember. You don't have to write down programming or cues or anything else in your notebook in order to remember it. The App logs it. Client Education & Empowerment Lastly, online coaching naturally leads to greater client education. In-person coaching the coach can do more in terms of immediate technique cueing and load changing. As clients learn and coaches better understand their clients, developing guiderails in case of bad training days (or awesome training days) involves the coach enabling the client to make those decisions for themselves. The clients, too, are not on their own with these decisions, but the coach can provide feedback as to the decision the client made. For example, if a client has a tendency to make decisions that take it easier on themselves, the coach can both adjust the guiderails and let the client understand this tendency they have.   GET STARTED with one-on-one online coaching FOR FREE! Get your FIRST MONTH FREE on all strength and nutrition coaching plans.  No discount code needed and includes a 10-day, no obligation trial.  https://bit.ly/2MKeOoh Special offers from BLOC and our partners:  https://barbell-logic.com/offers/ Connect with the hosts Matt on Instagram Niki on Instagram Connect with the show Barbell Logic on Instagram Podcast Webpage Barbell Logic on Facebook Or email podcast@barbell-logic.com

Grow My Salon Business Podcast
141 A Business Masterclass with Van Council

Grow My Salon Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 92:14


There are many qualities to take into consideration if you are going to refer to a salon business as being one of the very 'best in the world' and we would each have our own criteria to consider.   When it comes to great leadership, a fantastic culture, excellent training, a real career path, great team retention, and consistently having 20% plus in retail and having a very profitable business, there are two salons that really stand out to me. The first one is JUUT Salons, whose owner, David Wagner, I interviewed on a previous episode. If you haven't checked it out yet, go back and have a listen.  The second is Van Michael Salon, and today I'm going to be speaking to Van Council, the founder and co-owner of this incredible business which sets the bar at a level that very few salons can come close to!  In today's podcast we will discuss: Adapting your business model to the times The importance of standards, training, systems and exceptional service Lessons in leadership…  And lots more! In this Episode: [04:36] What drew Van to hairdressing, and an overview of his +45 year career in the salon industry (and his experience working in construction). [13:01] Valuable lessons that Van learnt during the time he spent living in London. [16:37] Van explains what motivated him to open his own business, Van Michael Salon.  [20:44] Growth that Van Michael Salon has experienced over the years.  [25:05] What Van wishes he had known when he co-founded Van Michael Salon. [27:08] Key elements which have resulted in the very successful expansion of Van Michael Salon.  [34:48] Examples of the effort that Van puts in to make his salons stand out. [36:36] Unique features of the Van Michael Salon call centre. [41:24] Skills that Van drew on when he was working behind the chair, which he is now teaching to his staff.  [43:31] Van's thoughts on why Atlanta has a particularly strong salon based business culture in comparison to other areas. [45:59] How Van branched his business out into Japan, and lessons from there that he has brought back to his American based salons.  [51:49] Changes that Van is working into his business model. [59:54] An overview of the two-year training program that Van takes new employees through, and the philosophy that he instils in them during this time. [1:10:32] The level system at Van Michael Salon. [1:13:48] Metrics that Van aims to maintain in his salons (and goals that he has for the future). [1:20:15] Van's approach to creating a healthy company culture, his biggest strength as a leader, and advice for hiring employees.  Thanks so much for joining me this week. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave a review. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and help other people find my podcast.  I also love to hear what's been helpful and what you love about the podcast! Just click here to review, scroll to the bottom, tap “Ratings and Reviews” tap to rate with 5 stars and “Write a Review” and let me know what your favourite part of the podcast is. Thank you for your support! Special thanks to Van for sharing their insights with me for this week's episode. Until next time! Antony Links and Resources: Grow My Salon Business  Website | Facebook | Instagram Van Michael Salon Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Van Michael Studio Instagram Van Council Instagram

CTO Studio
What metrics do you use? A Discussion With Dave Mangot and Erik Enge

CTO Studio

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 42:06


Erik Enge is the Head of Engineering at Postmark, recently acquired by ActiveCampaign and Dave Mangot is the Founder and Principal at Mangoteque. We discussed our favorite book Accelerate and how to apply it to our organizations.Check out https://www.mangoteque.com/Check out https://postmarkapp.com/Check out https://7ctos.com/

Business Of Dance Podcast
#177 [Interview] How to measure your social media metrics with my marketing manager

Business Of Dance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 17:18


In today's episode, we are continuing our social media talk with my marketing manager, Mariah! Mariah takes us through how to measure our social media metrics and why they are important to measure! We have created a free download for you here!

Winfluence - The Influence Marketing Podcast
What Metrics Should a Brand Ask for From Influencers?

Winfluence - The Influence Marketing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 17:45


At the end of this show each week, I invite you to ask me a question or present an influence marketing problem you might have and either email me about it, or even better, email me a voice recording so I can actually drop you asking it here on the show. So far, I haven't had a lot of takers and that's fine. Though, I will send you a signed copy of Winfluence the book if I use your question on the show.  And no, my ego isn't so sensitive that you can't ask me to not sign it. I'm happy to just send you one not adulterated with my pithy quote and signature, if you like. But the reason I do that is because this show becomes much more useful to you if I'm answering your questions.  Well, one of my old social media pals ask me a question about influence marketing of sorts last week on Twitter. Sheila Scarborough and Leslie McLellan run Tourism Currents. It's a blog and resource, with accompanying social channels, for destination marketers, tourism bloggers and journalists and those who fancy themselves influencers in the travel and tourism space. I've been pals with Sheila and the other founder of the site, Becky McCray, for probably 15 years. I don't know Leslie as well, but I love the content and advice they all dole out to folks in that niche. Last week, the tagged me on Twitter to see what I thought about an article they published called, “Ask for these influencer campaign stats.” It was advice for destinations … brands in the tourism industry like convention and visitor's bureaus, hotels, attractions and such … on what metrics they should ask influencers to provide them for a campaign to judge how effective their content is for your efforts.  Without having to look at the article, I certainly know Sheila and Leslie well enough to know it's going to be sound advice. And it was. But it doesn't just apply to destinations. Their advice is sound for all brands and agencies to hear to know what metrics you should care about from the influence partners and content creators you work with. On this episode of Winfluence, I'll share Tourism Current's list, and add both some list items, and perspective of my own, to help your brand.  Winfluence is supported by Tagger, the complete influencer marketing software solution. Get a demo to see if Tagger is right for you at jason.online/tagger. Support also comes from LinkedIn Marketing Solutions. Claim your $100 advertising credit at linkedin.com/winfluence today. Don't forget to drop Winfluence a rating or review on your favorite podcast app. If you'd like a deep dive on an influencer marketing topic every so often, subscribe to my email newsletter at jason.online/subscribe. Finally, make a future episode of Winfluence awesome! Ask your question about influence or influence marketing that you want my answer to or take on. Send me an email to jason@jasonfalls.com. If you're feeling adventurous, record a voice memo on your phone and email me that file. I'll let you ask the question right here on the show using the recording. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Fit CEO Podcast with Chad Molyneux
How To Improve Client Resigns (Ep. 70)

The Fit CEO Podcast with Chad Molyneux

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 23:03


After the hard part of acquiring a client, you want to be able to keep a certain percentage of clients to grow your coaching business or you'll be forever on the hamster wheel of client acquisition. In today's episode, I want to explain how to first calculate your client resign percentage and then give you actionable steps you can add starting today in your business to increase your client resigns and your overall coaching business.   Time Stamps:   (0:10) Over 2000 Coaches Helped in NLCA (1:00) Why You Should Care about Resigns (2:00) Metrics on Resigning/Mila Drama (3:20) Figuring Out Your Percentage (4:30) Future Pacing (6:43) Executing the Resign (11:10) Importance of Surveys (14:12) Subscription vs Contract Model (18:30) Ascension Model (21:15) Alumni Option ----------- Follow Me on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/the_fitceo/  ----------- If you are feeling stuck and you're ready to take the next step, check out Next Level Coaching Academy - https://www.thenextlevelcoachingacademy.com

Rethinking the Dollar
(CPI Lies) Distorted Metrics Can't Hide The Purchasing Power Erosion | TPTS

Rethinking the Dollar

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 58:25


There's no future in a #debt system. #Biden was chosen to be the last of the old legacy system. Out with the old & in w/ the new (#CPI Lies) Distorted Metrics Can't Hide The #PurchasingPower Erosion.

Adventures in DevOps
Delivering Business Outcomes, Not Just Metrics - DevOps 113

Adventures in DevOps

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 65:31


How do you align engineering outcomes to business goals? On the show, Hersh Tapadia, Adam Dahlgren from Allstacks talk about value stream intelligence and how you can generate guiding insights for product stakeholders across engineering projects and tools so you can shape better outcomes and deliver stronger value. In this episode… “Metrics are just table stakes” Metrics vs feelings driven management How to evolve the conversation from data collection to value creation Understanding the why behind the work to retain engineers The “dining table problem” How do engineering teams respond to this approach? Sponsors Top End Devs (https://topenddevs.com/) Coaching | Top End Devs (https://topenddevs.com/coaching) Links How did we get here? The Complex Journey to Value Stream Intelligence (https://www.allstacks.com/blog/the-journey-to-value-stream-intelligence) New Engineering Performance Industry Benchmarks — What does good look like? (https://www.allstacks.com/blog/engineering-performance-industry-benchmarks-what-does-good-look-like) Podcasts - Check out episode 37 (https://lnkd.in/dhCHF7Z) LinkedIn: Allstacks (https://www.linkedin.com/company/allstacks/) Twitter: Allstacks ( @allstacksapp ) (https://twitter.com/allstacksapp) Twitter: Adam Dahlgren ( @adamdahlgren ) (https://twitter.com/adamdahlgren) Twitter: Hersh Tapadia ( @hershtapadia ) (https://twitter.com/hershtapadia) Picks Adam- Follow influencer Geoffrey Moore (https://www.linkedin.com/in/geoffreyamoore/) Hersh- The Boys in the Boat (https://www.danieljamesbrown.com/books/the-boys-in-the-boat/) Jillian- The Social Conquest of Earth (https://wwnorton.com/books/The-Social-Conquest-of-Earth/) Will- The Workshop Survival Guide (https://www.amazon.com/Workshop-Survival-Guide-educational-workshops/dp/1071344374) Special Guests: Adam Dahlgren and Hersh Tapadia.

Flow State of Mind Podcast | Health | Fitness | Physique | Psychology | Business
331. Tracking Your "Business Macros" Part 3/3 - Advanced Sales Metrics and How to Set Your Monthly Income Goals

Flow State of Mind Podcast | Health | Fitness | Physique | Psychology | Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 19:55


In our final part of our series, I want to discuss first some advanced sales metrics if you are at that point in business (or something to keep in mind as you grow) and then get to the juicy stuff. Setting those monthly income goals based on all the work we've done over the past 2 episodes. It will make a lot more sense if you listen to those first and will make this process a lot more predictable going forward. Topics include:   - Part 3 Intro and In Case You Missed Parts 1 and 2 - Advanced Sales Metrics - Cash Collected and Contracted - Setting Client Acquisition Targets - Wild Numbers to End On ---------- IF you're a current online fitness coach, personal trainer, nutritionist, or registered dietitian…  I just recorded a 20-minute training, on how I went from a struggling gym owner and personal trainer barely being able to pay my gym lease…..  To grow my online business to 350k in my first year, 500k in the second, and now my online coaching company generates consistent 7+ figures annually since.    Plus, inside of this training, you'll learn the 4 secrets to building a profitable full-time fitness business that generates consistent 10-30k+ months, all in 90 days or less.   While also unlocking the time + location freedom you DESERVE.    All without sleazy sales tactics, cold DM's, or wasting money on paid advertising.    P.S. It doesn't matter if you have 500 followers, or 100k, this system will WORK for you, as long as you're willing to take action.  Starting RIGHT NOW.    Click the link below, and I'll see you soon.  https://www.impactcoachacademy.com/exclusive-free-training-1 ---------- Imagine Being Able To Walk Away From a 3-Day Mastermind Weekend With the Exact Steps to Start, or Scale Your Fitness Coaching Business + Meet Your New Tribe Who Actually “Get It”   If this sounds interesting… Join Us at the Next Fit Biz Mastermind Weekend - The ONLY live event for fitness coaches that not only teaches you how to increase your income + impact but also will help you eliminate imposter syndrome.  P.S. Use Code FITBIZ2022 For 50% Off Tickets (Limited Time)  To Learn More + Get Your Ticket Before They Sell Out! → CLICK HERE  ---------- Learn More About Impact Fitness Coaching Academy,   To Learn More About I.F.C.A. - And How We've Helped More Than 1,700 Fitness Coaches, Experts, and Influencers Grow a 5-35k+ Month Online Fitness Business Without Paid Ads, Complicated Funnels, or Even Having a Large Social Media Following    Click Here→ to VISIT THE IFCA PAGE  ---------- GIVEAWAY!  Leave a rating + review on iTunes, and Have a Chance To Win a $200 Amazon Gift Card + Special Prizes! Winners Announced Monthly on The Episode. Simply leave a review, and send a screenshot to the Fit Biz Podcast Instagram Page!

Preparing for the Unexpected
Here Comes Climate Change for Business Continuity Professionals

Preparing for the Unexpected

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 60:00


Climate Change is one of - if not the most - important issue facing individuals, communities, organizations, and the world today. It's become a key component that many Business Continuity (BC) professionals must address; from the Risk Analysis (RA) to the Business Impact Analysis (BIA), to preparedness and response plans. I talk with noted industry expert Margaret Millett about what BC professionals can do to address Climate Change concerns in their organizations. We talk about: 1. Historical Information (cities, species...), 2. Risks and Impacts, 3. The challenge facing the BC profession and professional, 4. Considerations for organizations, 5. What opportunities exist for the BC industry/professional?, 6. Getting ahead of the Climate Change risk, 7. The Risk Analysis (RA) and Business Impact Analysis (BIA), 8. Policy and standards, 9. Company response (Mitigation, Preparedness, Response, Recovery), 10. Metrics, 11. Sharing information with Leadership and the Board of Directors...and more. It's an insightful discussion on how we as professionals, can address the challenges Climate Change posses us and our organizations. Enjoy!

ChurchPulse Weekly
113 | Ed Stetzer on Church Trends and What Metrics Matter

ChurchPulse Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:47


Ed Stetzer (author, speaker, professor) sits down with Carey Nieuwhof to discuss shifting trends in church attendance throughout the pandemic, engaging your congregation in the church's mission and finding new ways to measure church success.   –   ChurchPulse Weekly Audience Survey: To access the survey and have the opportunity to win a Barna monograph, go to Barna.com/cpwsurvey!   Learn more about Barna's ChurchPulse assessment, available for free in Barna Access.   Follow Barna at: Instagram: @barnagroup Twitter: @davidkinnaman | @barnagroup Facebook: Barna Group Youtube: Barna Group

Duct Tape Marketing
Why Call Tracking Metrics Matter To Your Marketing Efforts

Duct Tape Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 21:13


In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Todd and Laure Fisher. Husband and wife co-founders, Todd and Laure Fisher founded CallTrackingMetrics in 2011 in their basement and together have grown it into an Inc. 500-rated, top-ranked conversation analytics software serving over 30,000 businesses around the world. Links to Resources: Learn more about CallTrackingMetrics

Roadmap To Grow Your Business
Ep #204: Client Interview: Measuring Metrics

Roadmap To Grow Your Business

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 30:15


Today we're talking all about everybody's favorite topic: metrics! No matter how much you love (or loathe) metrics, get ready to dive into them because they are such an important piece for any small business. Resources and links mentioned in this episode can be found on the show notes page at www.staceybrownrandall.com/204

She Turned Entrepreneur
Feeling Stuck? How Business Growth Often Correlates with Growth Mindset with Lisa Moore

She Turned Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 21:50


Do you ever feel stuck or like you can't get out of your own way? Lisa Moore, Founder and CEO of Success Tangent, has a suggestion for you: Change up your mindset. This episode of She Turned Entrepreneur is focused on subtle – and not so subtle – shifts we can make in the ways we talk to ourselves or assess business challenges. Lisa and her team at Success Tangent teach solopreneurs, entrepreneurs and small business people of all kinds new approaches to stubborn challenges, whether looking at business development as an iterative process or taking a time-out with watercolors as a neurological channel to creative problem-solving. Lisa offers a unique methodology based on industrial and organizational psychology research she compiled while completing a master's degree at Harvard. Her special sauce is the ability to distill metrics and abstract concepts into actionable steps towards realizable goals. She also empowers entrepreneurs at all stages to give themselves a break, step back and really assess strengths, weaknesses and available resources. A path forward is always there – if you deploy that all-important growth mindset. Leveraging her “people operations” skills, Lisa is here to share innovative new strategies designed to help us achieve our goals, both professionally and personally. You'll appreciate Lisa's Top Tips for aspiring entrepreneurs as well as practical strategies for anyone experiencing overwhelm or burnout. Ready to change your mindset? Get started by booking a free 30-minute consultation here with the code: NewYearNewYou. You can also sign up for Lisa's newsletter by clicking here. Lisa is also offering newsletter subscribers a free download of her guide, Criticism: Why It Hurts and What to Do About It. Click here to listen to, rate and review this or previous She Turned Entrepreneur episodes. Here are key takeaways from the conversation:· Did you fall into your niche? Or were you led? Probably some of both!· Entrepreneurs and small businesses need marketing services at affordable price points.· Want more traction? Acknowledge strengths, define weaknesses, create an action plan. · A lot of what solopreneurs and entrepreneurs do is iterative, incorporating real-time adjustments as information becomes available.· Key Advice: Simply try to be a better version of yourself tomorrow than you were today.· Feeling stuck? Find a creative hobby that can transport you away from business temporarily into a more peaceful, mindful, connected realm.· Networks and outside opinions can be helpful, but remember that your journey is uniquely your own and not a template of anyone else's.· Don't beat yourself up! If you're trying, you are succeeding!· Understand that there will be fallow seasons. It's just a law of nature that some periods bear more fruit than others. Here's a quick look into the episode:· About Lisa's “people operations” background in the corporate sector, a return to graduate school and research into “growth mindset” that translated seamlessly as a methodology for businesses negotiating pandemic times.· While data-driven decision-making is important, Lisa brings a different element with educational content that trains and provides workplace cultures with tools to support a “growth mindset” approach to both evaluations and growth strategy.· “Mindset” coaching is similar to life coaching, with workshops and trainings available to foster integration.· Success Tangent's client base primarily caters to solopreneurs and small businesses that need help getting traction. · Top Tips for Entrepreneurs:o Metrics can be discouraging, but remember that they aren't qualitative.o Widen the lens you use to evaluate your performance and measure success.o Recognize what you're doing well and where you need improvement – then create an action plan that breaks it all down.o Things that don't work still have value. Business success is incremental and can require many iterations in order to get the formula right.· Advice for entrepreneurs who are feeling overwhelmed:o Step back and take a break.o There can be a law of diminishing returns at play, so know when to stop.o Regroup! Step away and do something creative to cleanse the mind.o Make a list of what's going well and what isn't. Then articulate actionable steps to try, execute, adjust, then try again.o Experimentation over time generally moves every problem towards resolution.o Don't succumb to negative self-talk or defeatism. If you're trying, you're succeeding.o Remember: You're only in competition with yourself.o Little setbacks are not the end of the world. Keep perspective!· Neurology tells us: It's important to let our brains have a rest, recharge and regenerate.

POPS! The People Ops Podcast
Q&A: Should I give raises to match inflation?

POPS! The People Ops Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 2:49


The annual rate of inflation in the United States hit 6.8% in November 2021, the highest in more than three decades. Should you raise your employees' salaries to keep up? David Watson, Product Marketing Manager at Zenefits, shares what you need to know about inflation and advice on how to handle pay accordingly. Additional Resources: Order your copy of our book People Operations: Zenefits.com/pops-book Submit your People Ops questions: https://www.zenefits.com/workest/ask-a-question/ On this episode, you'll hear: [00:30] The state of inflation in the U.S. [01:00] How companies are handling compensation [01:30] Metrics to monitor

Product-Led Podcast
5 Questions to Find Your Value Metrics with Mona Akmal of Falkon

Product-Led Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 26:46


Mona Akmal is the CEO of Falkon AI. She is a product and engineering hotshot whose passion is building solutions to technically challenging problems. She's in the show today to share data-driven methods such as identifying your product-qualified leads and figuring out what the value of your product is to your end users by using the concept of value metrics. Not sure what your value metrics are? Don't worry because Mona has got you covered.  So product-led folks, be sure to turn your volumes up because this will be a fun episode! Show Notes [1:08] The concept of value metrics which is generally not well understood  [3:11] Three most common mistakes that she sees in value metric [6:12] A lot of times, value metrics are used to identify atypical behavior of a certain customer population  [8:18] Define value metrics before you even start your user research so that you know which ones are you going to look put for [8:37] Three key parts of figuring out what the value of your product is to your end-users [10:43] What are the correct value metrics for a particular business?  [17:55] When it comes to product-led growth for the growth part, how can you make money out of it? [21:29] Usage-based pricing goes hand in hand with a product-led growth [23:06] Accuracy and rigor in defining value metrics are key to all aspects of the business  [23:32] Your intuition plus data analysis plus unbiased user research all of them have to play together in harmony to understand your value metrics  [23:46] Coming up with value metrics and throwing them in a lockbox does not result in product-led growth. You have to operationalize these value metrics to see the benefits  About Mona Akmal In her twenties, Mona decided to migrate to the United States with a degree in Computer Software. She also had her first job in one of the world's famous software companies, Microsoft. Two decades later, she's now spearheading Falkon AI with her undeniable wits and talent. Mona is, without a doubt, one of the best Product and Engineering people out there. Link Falkon AI Profile Mona's LinkedIn Mona's Email Address: mona@falkon.ai

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before
CNLP 493 | Andy Stanley on How Politics, Partisanship, Ideology, and Theocracy are Damaging the Church, and the New Metrics of Ministry

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 51:51


Bestselling author and North Point Church founder Andy Stanley weighs in on the new metrics of ministry for the future church, and talks about how politics, partisanship, ideology and the drive...Read the whole entry... »

Turkey Book Talk
Sarah-Neel Smith on art and development in mid-20th century Turkey

Turkey Book Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 37:38


Sarah-Neel Smith on “Metrics of Modernity: Art and Development in Postwar Turkey” (University of California Press). The book paints a vivid portrait of Turkey's art world in the 1950s and how it reflected early Cold War ideas of national development, individual enterprise and global integration. Become a member to support Turkey Book Talk. Members get a 35% discount on all Turkey/Ottoman History books published by IB Tauris/Bloomsbury, transcripts of every interview, transcripts of the whole archive, and over 200 reviews covering Turkish and international fiction, history and politics.

CFO Thought Leader
799: When Metrics Do the Talking | Adam Ante, CFO, Paycor

CFO Thought Leader

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 48:23


  When Adam Ante first arrived at Paycor in 2017, the seasoned finance executive was tasked with prodding Paycor management to begin monitoring daily performance metrics. “At first, it was about building the relationship with the executive team so that they understood how important it was to understand how the company was performing on a daily basis,” explains Ante, who equates his task with shortening the distance between management and the company's data. “At the time, we were just piling a set of numbers and metrics into Excel spreadsheets daily and distributing them,” continues Ante, who upon his arrival was given the title of vice president of analytics. “We didn't know where all of the data was, and we didn't know always what it meant,” reports Ante, who notes that sometimes one manager might be sharing certain data that contradicted numbers being disseminated by another. For Paycor, the solution was to adopt a new data management framework, a process that began with first clarifying what the company wanted to know about its performance and then identifying which metrics would best reveal this information. According to Ante, “You begin by asking, ‘What should this metric really show?' And then you say, ‘Okay, now, where does this data come from? How do we access this data?''” Back in 2017, Ante recalls, most of Paycor's data resided within a single SQL server. “At every turn, this meant that somebody had to go in and figure out how to write SQL queries and pull the needed data together,” remembers Ante, who adds that the company subsequently upgraded its data infrastructure.   “The most important thing is the ability to bring the data together into a place where people can access it and measure it and put the right level of governance around it,” comments Ante, who observes that as more managers have gained confidence in the data and grown to better understand the information being provided, they've also grown accustomed to monitoring the metrics daily. Says Ante: “It can take a long time—it's a cultural shift.” –Jack Sweeney 

Recruiting Trailblazers
Ginnette Harvey: On Metrics, Handling Rejection, and Personal Branding

Recruiting Trailblazers

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 46:03


Ginnette Harvey  is the Founder and CEO of Harper & Gray, a talent solutions company that focuses on leadership and specialist roles within the STEM space.She was named by SIA in 2020 as one of the Top 100 influential leaders in staffing. She led one of the largest Life Science recruitment companies in North America, Real Staffing and also sat on the Board at S3.

LotParty, helping dealerships move around their virtual lot.
Internet Lead Metrics You Should Know But Do Not #weknowretail #lotwalk Lotpop.com

LotParty, helping dealerships move around their virtual lot.

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 21:04


The Soul of Enterprise: Business in the Knowledge Economy

Join Ed and Ron for a deep dive on the problems with Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standards, or lack thereof. ESG has replaced the Triple Bottom Line and began to receive global attention due to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) report, and is seen as a means for advancing the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The SEC is now proposing regulations that will force public companies to disclose environmental risk factors, at tremendous cost. What could go wrong? Quite a lot. Metrics for ESG are completely subjective, nor grounded in empirical reality as demonstrated when three different ESG watchdogs rated Tesla: Best, Worst, and Middling. How helpful. If an oil company is rated, it is automatically Worst (unless it is Gazprom in Russia, which received a very high ESG rating before the Ukraine invasion), even though oil companies saves countless lives every single day. For all these reasons and more, we dissent from the hokum being pushed by advocates of ESG.

Inclusion in Progress
IIP089 What Success Metrics Should You Use as a DEI Practitioner?

Inclusion in Progress

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 43:51


In this episode of Inclusion in Progress, we're dissecting what success looks like for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as an industry. What should we be looking at as DEI facilitators, consultants and practitioners? What milestones or benchmarks should we be measured against or compared to? How can the organizations that hire us and put their trust in us to bring change to their environment obtain data or proof that what we're doing is working? Those are just a few of the many questions we dive into  in this episode. It's time to determine what success really looks like, from the perspective of not only us as practitioners, but to the organizations, leaders, and their teams as well.   Not all diversity dimensions are easily detected, and in some cases they will go unnoticed entirely. Even the most seasoned practitioner needs to acknowledge their blind spots and ask for help when creating a DEI strategy that advocates for all. This episode shines a light on how you can assess where the opportunities are for creating greater access to opportunity in your organization, how to survey your team members to better understand  what your talent is  facing in a non-work capacity that may influence their experience in the workplace, and how to translate those metrics into initiatives that will position you as a DEI leader advocating for their collective well-being and advancement. We also dive into what we're seeing from our client partners with regards to the hybrid work conversation and equity considerations to make for things like parental leave, neurodiversity, injury or illness related absences, geographically distributed multicultural workforces,and considerations to be made for those who choose to work from home to ensure that they won't face more barriers than in an in-office setting.   Finally,  Inclusion in Progress shares our thoughts on how to communicate progress on DEI for different levels of your organization, from your senior leaders, to your employees, to external stakeholders and future talent. Over the last two years, we've witnessed the ebbs and flows of the inclusion conversation on global teams. And we acknowledge how easy it is to get frustrated or feel burnt out by not seeing change move as quickly in our workplaces as we'd like. This episode was inspired by the many fellow practitioners, both working within and externally supporting companies,  to serve as a guide to help you think about how you can meaningfully measure progress and keep forward momentum on building equitable workplaces that support everyone.. In This Episode: [5:15] Two years after the global push for equity, inclusion and representation in the workplace: How is DEI making changes as an industry to the corporate picture? [10:00] Do your DEI efforts, initiatives and surveys factor in the unseen nuances of identity such as depression, anxiety or neurodivergence? [11:55] Are remote workers properly represented and valued alongside those who have returned to the office? How can you ensure that working from home does not incur unintended penalties to those who choose it over coming back to work? [13:10] What are some questions that you could be asking to help your team feel heard, understood, supported and factored-in to decisions within your company? [17:57] What are some of the metrics you could be using to get a feel for where you are as a company on your DEI journey, and measure the effectiveness of your inclusion efforts? [24:32] How can we measure things like behavioral changes within our organizations in order to ensure the things we are doing are actually getting the results we've set out to achieve? [36:42] How do we get senior leaders in on the conversation, and how do we acknowledge accountability and demonstrate sensitivity when discussing challenging situations around DEI? Links: info@inclusionandprogress.com  www.inclusioninprogress.com/podcast www.instagram.com/inclusioninprogress www.twitter.com/inclusioninprog www.linkedin.com/company/inclusion-in-progress   To learn how to leave a review for the podcast, click here. Connect with Us info@inclusioninprogress.com https://www.linkedin.com/company/inclusion-in-progress Connect with Our Founder https://www.linkedin.com/in/kayfabella   Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this article, video or audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this article, video or audio. Inclusion in Progress disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of these links are for products and services offered by the podcast creator.

The Daily Show Up
306 Math And Metrics | Daily Show Up

The Daily Show Up

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 4:08


In this episode Darin discusses the importance and difference of Math and Metric. Both are important. And you need both. Take a listen.

The Product Podcast
Product Vision & Strategy by fmr Amazon Product Executive

The Product Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 29:24


Today we are getting an exclusive look at what it takes to build a compelling strategy that will help you and your team boost your product to new heights. We are joined by former Amazon Product Executive, Bhushan Shinkre, who will be sharing frameworks and techniques that will allow you to pivot your product in the right direction. Get the FREE Product Book and check out our curated list of free Product Management resources hereThis episode is brought to you by Amplitude.Amplitude is the pioneer in digital optimization software, helping product leaders answer the strategic question: "How do our digital products drive our business?" More than 1,400 customers, including Atlassian, Instacart, NBCUniversal, Shopify, and Under Armour rely on Amplitude. The Amplitude Digital Optimization System makes critical data accessible and actionable so teams can unlock insights, build winning products faster, and turn products into revenue. Amplitude is the best-in-class product analytics solution, ranked #1 in G2's 2022 Winter Report.Get started today at amplitude.com

Path To A Million Dollar Practice
The 2 Most Important Chiropractic Website Metrics and How Your Content Can Help Both | EP. 300

Path To A Million Dollar Practice

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 14:22


Business Breakdowns
Baytex Energy: The Business of Oil & Gas - [Business Breakdowns, EP. 57]

Business Breakdowns

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 78:52


This is Matt Reustle and today we're breaking down Baytex Energy. With oil prices hovering over $100 a barrel, we thought it was a particularly good time to revisit this sector.    Why Baytex Energy? The 80,000 barrel a day producer certainly isn't a household name. And with a market cap just north of $3 billion, it's far from a mega-cap. But Baytex has production in five different operating areas spanning across the US and Canada. Some of those fields are mature, some are emerging. The company has been allocating cash flow between unconventional wells, conventional wells, and debt reduction in recent years. When you take Baytex and everything that's happening within that business, it offers a perfect lens to view the historically boom and bust industry of oil production.    To help break down Baytex, I'm joined by oil and gas investor, Josh Young, of Bison Interests. We cover how producers fit into the broader energy ecosystem, the differences between unconventional shale wells versus conventional wells, and how management teams think about capital allocation. Please enjoy this conversation on Baytex Energy.    For the full show notes, transcript, and links to the best content to learn more, check out the episode page here.   -----   This episode is brought to you by Tegus. Tegus is the new digital hub for market intelligence. The Tegus platform empowers Investors and Corporate Development teams to invest smarter by pairing best-in-class technology with the highest quality user-generated content and data. Find out why a majority of the top firms are using Tegus on a daily basis. If you're ready to go deeper on any company and you appreciate the value of primary research, head to tegus.co/breakdowns for a free trial.   -----   This episode is brought to you by Daloopa. Daloopa streamlines a major pain point for investors. By capturing all of a company's KPIs and adjusted financials into their database - Daloopa makes it easy to quickly update your models for what matters. Daloopa uses AI to find every KPI disclosed - from charts, to text, and even from footnotes of investor presentations. Daloopa updates these KPIs and data points in your existing Excel models in one click, regardless of your source or format. Try Daloopa for free at daloopa.com/Patrick.   -----   Business Breakdowns is a property of Colossus, LLC. For more episodes of Business Breakdowns, visit joincolossus.com/episodes.   Stay up to date on all our podcasts by signing up to Colossus Weekly, our quick dive every Sunday highlighting the top business and investing concepts from our podcasts and the best of what we read that week. Sign up here.   Follow us on Twitter: @JoinColossus | @patrick_oshag | @jspujji | @zbfuss   Show Notes [00:03:19] - [First question] - The journey of producing a barrel of oil and how Baytex fits into the oil production ecosystem [00:05:29] - How $100 is dispersed amongst the value chain when a barrel of oil is purchased [00:08:03] - A broad overview of Baytex today and its history [00:13:05] - The production of a barrel of shale oil and unique characteristics of shale [00:16:25] - The main drivers of increased productivity and optimization in oil production [00:19:11] - What breaking even looks like today on a barrel of oil [00:23:20] - Describing the decline rate of a shale well compared to conventional plays  [00:25:22] - Overview of the differences of oil blends and quality coming out of Texas versus Canada [00:29:14] - Where the US still imports oil outside of Canada  [00:30:51] - A snapshot of what Baytex's Canadian operations look like [00:35:38] - The other major Canadian assets Baytex has  [00:38:28] - The heavy oil decline rate of Canadian oil wells compared to US shale wells [00:39:59] - What makes Clearwater such an exciting and interesting opportunity for Baytex [00:43:30] - Identifying where oil might be and what that process looks like [00:47:02] - His process as an investor in evaluating new projects like Clearwater [00:56:00] - How to ascribe value to a project like Duvernay compared to Clearwater [01:00:05] - Baytex's approach to hedging and how it differs from the rest of the industry [01:02:15] - How the management team at Baytex manages capital allocation [01:05:33] - Why return capital to shareholders  [01:07:41] - Metrics he uses to value an oil production company or adjacent business [01:11:19] - Rules of thumb to consider when it comes to evaluating the asset base [01:14:05] - Main risks that could drive stock underperformance [01:16:38] - Lessons and takeaways from his time investing and working with Baytex

CISO Stories Podcast
CSP #68 - Using Security Metrics as a Shared Goal With Developers - Caroline Wong

CISO Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 25:11


Security metrics are often a struggle to establish by security departments. These metrics may be taking too narrow of a view, whereby metrics visible and embraced by other areas can improve the security program success. Join us as we discuss these metrics. Additionally, Caroline is graciously offering her Linkedin metrics course focused on establishing objectives and measuring progress towards the objectives, to CISO STORIES listeners at no cost at https://www.linkedin.com/learning/learning-security-metrics/why-are-security-metrics-important?autoplay=true To view the article from the CISO COMPASS Book that sparked this interview, please visit: https://securityweekly.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/CISOSTORIES_CarolineWong_Article.pdf Wong, C. 2019. Sharing the Metrics Goal Between Departments. In CISO COMPASS: Navigating Cybersecurity Leadership Challenges with Insights from Pioneers, 1st Ed, pgs. 158-9. Fitzgerald, T. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Fl. www.amazon.com/author/toddfitzgerald. Visit https://securityweekly.com/csp for all the latest episodes! Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cyberleaders Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cybersecuritycollaborative/ Visit https://securityweekly.com/csp for all the latest episodes! Show Notes: https://securityweekly.com/csp68

The EMG GOLD Podcast
S02 E12: Real-world evidence, the metrics of medical affairs and TikTok marketing

The EMG GOLD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 39:39


In this episode, GOLD speaks with Luisa Luciani-Silverman, US Medical Head of Immuno-Oncology at AstraZeneca. She discusses all things medical affairs, delving into analytics, evidence generation, hiring candidates from non-traditional backgrounds and much more. Following on from GOLD's recent online poll, the team also hears from some special guests about their take on using TikTok as a pharma marketing tool.   If you're interested in learning more about the topic areas discussed in this episode, check out the following content:    Time to Turn to TikTok? https://www.emg-gold.com/post/time-to-turn-to-tiktok   Fresh clarity on RWE integration https://www.emg-gold.com/post/fresh-clarity-on-rwe-integration   The uphill recruitment battle https://www.emg-gold.com/post/the-uphill-recruitment-battle   The metrics of medical affairs https://www.emg-gold.com/post/the-metrics-of-medical-affairs

Stacking Your Team: Growing Teams and Team Building for Female Entrepreneurs | Women in Business | Small Business Owners

All metrics tell a story, so why not make sure you have the whole story, not just the one that the business world is declaring important.  Today, Shelli goes over the 3 different categories of metrics that are often overlooked. These metrics will confirm your results about not only the health of your business, but the health of your team, and of course your own health and wellbeing. Click here to apply to join the Leadership Lab enrolling for June 2022 Submit Your Question for an “Ask Shelli How to Say It” Episode Click here for the links from this episode Connect with Shelli: Instagram Linkedin  Subscribe to the Stacking Your Team Newsletter    This podcast was first published on BizChix.com/syt-210. Listen to our sister podcast, BizChix, on your app or at BizChix.com. 

Bill Handel on Demand
The Bill Handel Show - 7a - Speaker Pelosi Visits Ukraine and SoCal's Drought Worsens

Bill Handel on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 28:04


Bill Handel talks about Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's visit to Ukraine to reaffirm support during their tumultuous battle with Russia. There are three pandemic metrics that could tell us what's coming next. The L.A. Mayoral debate was a wild ride - Handel unpacks everything that happened. And Southern California 'cannot afford green lawns' as the drought forces unprecedented water cuts.

BiggerPockets Daily
565 - Investors: Memorize These 11 Real Estate Metrics Now by Andrew Syrios

BiggerPockets Daily

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 18:50


https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-metricsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Let’s Hash It Out! - See Tech Differently
Bitcoin metrics are up, BTC price is down... WHY? (this could be good news)

Let’s Hash It Out! - See Tech Differently

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 30:55


In this episode of Crypto Over Coffee, Hashoshi breaks down why BTC price is down despite Bitcoin metrics that do not paint a completely bearish picture. Follow me on Tiktok! https://www.tiktok.com/@hashoshi4 Shop for a Ledger hardware wallet: https://shop.ledger.com?r=b852 (sponsor)

The New Wave Entrepreneur
How To Run The Perfect Client Meeting (Saturday Q&A)

The New Wave Entrepreneur

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 21:06


In this Q&A Saturday, Daniel reveals his formula for overdelivering on client expectations and knocking it out of the park in all your meetings. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~⌛Timestamps⌛(02:38) Shannon (Boston) audience Ql: how to run one of your first client meetings?(03:48) #1 Under promise and over deliver  (06:16) #2 Prepare your ass off and have questions for the employer/client(10:29) #3 Listen more than you speak to really understand the client's problems (12:36) #4 Metrics! Keep track of those KPIs whether number goes up or number goes down(13:33) #5 Last but not least: don't forget the FOLLOW-UP!   ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~

Luke Humphrey Running
Practical usage of HR metrics

Luke Humphrey Running

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 33:14


If you have followed my writing for any length, you will know that you won't find me prescribing workouts by heart rate any time soon.…

Secrets To Scaling Online
Ep 331: Analyzing Ad Spend Analytics Like a Pro with Rabah Rahil of Triple Whale

Secrets To Scaling Online

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 32:42


Triple Whale has a powerful analytics platform that accurately pinpoints your ad spend across networks. It is simple, smart, efficient, and effective.In this episode, Jordan interviews Rabah Rahil, CMO of Triple Whale. He talks about how they started Triple Whale and its important features that will help you make the right decisions with your business.Listen and enjoy this episode!KEY TAKEAWAYS FROM THIS EPISODEEverybody has access to the same weapons, it's the implementation and the representation that are the differentiators.   Triple Whale's dashboard is simple, customizable, and has everything in one place.No matter where you're at on your marketing journey, you're going to be able to unlock value in Triple Whale.Triple Whale's dashboard is on mobile and easy to use.Triple Whale takes Facebook assets' unique identifiers and aggregates all the metrics on it.  You can sort them and see what's performing best by metric.The secrets to scaling in this era are community, foundational economics, and being able to diversify your spending on different channels.Recommended Tools: Notionhttps://www.notion.so Akiflowhttps://ww.akiflow.com Asanahttps://www.asana.com Recommended Podcast: All In Podcasthttps://www.allinpodcast.co Recommended Books:Project Hail Mary by Andy Weirhttps://www.andyweirauthor.com/books/project-hail-mary-hc/project-hail-mary-el Shoe Dog by Phil Knighthttps://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Shoe-Dog/Phil-Knight/9781501135927 Today's Guest:Rabah Rahil is the Chief Marketing Officer of Triple WhaleTriple Whale is an attribution platform and an eCommerce operating system. Connect and learn more about Rabah and Triple Whale here:Website: https://www.trytriplewhale.com Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/triplewhale Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/trytriplewhale This month's sponsor is Triple Whale. Triple Whale's powerful analytics platform clarifies your ad performance across channels, keeping you instantly in the know. Hit https://triplewhale.grsm.io/upgrowth  and use our promo code listed there for 15% off today.***Find our upGrowth PROMO CODE here: https://triplewhale.grsm.io/upgrowth We love our podcast community and listeners so much that we have decided to offer a free eCommerce Growth Plan for your brand! To learn more and how we can help, click here:upgrowthcommerce.com/growIf you've been paying attention and your brand is ready to GROW, apply now to be the one new brand we take on this month!https://upgrowthcommerce.com/apply

Marketing Trends
Gathering Customer Feedback that Actually Matters with Janelle Estes of UserTesting

Marketing Trends

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 42:49


Do you really understand how your customers experience your product, website, app, or service? Janelle Estes, Chief Insights Officer at UserTesting, would guess that while you probably think you do, you likely actually don't. Janelle joins the podcast to talk customer expectations, why business metrics don't always align with these expectations, and shares tips and tricks for companies looking to get honest, relevant, and applicable feedback on their UX.Tune in to learn:What metrics really matter when analyzing customer satisfaction? (6:10)Why what the customer care about matters more than price. (16:00)How to think about phrasing when you are gathering feedback. (17:15)Thinking about the sensitivities around tracking data. (20:00)Building a bridge between sales and marketing. (29:00)Marketing Trends is brought to you by Salesforce Marketing Cloud. For more great marketing insights, sign up for The Marketing Moments newsletter. You'll get ideas to help you build better customer relationships, invites to upcoming events, and access to the latest industry research. Subscribe at https://sforce.co/MarketingMoments

Fresh Manna
Metrics for Measuring Maturity (Deuteronomy 15:4-11)

Fresh Manna

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 4:02


Multifamily Investing Made Simple
Return Metrics That You DON'T Know About!!

Multifamily Investing Made Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 40:37


This week Anthony is breaking down return metrics... but you've probably never heard of these metrics!ROI... return on investment, right? Not today. In this episode, Dan and Anthony will go through 5 unconventional return metrics and why they are so important when working in the real estate investing industry! ROT- Return on TimeROK- Return on KarmaROE- Return on EnergyROI- Return on ImpactROR- Return on Reputation All of these are key to multifamily real estate investing! Tweetable Quotes:"Reputation is one of those things that. takes years to build, and seconds to tarnish." – Anthony Vicino"Our goal is basically just to walk around all day long and just help everybody around us every way we can."  – Dan KruegerLEAVE A REVIEW if you liked this episode!!Keep up with the podcast! Follow us on Apple, Stitcher, Google, and other podcast streaming platforms.To learn more, visit us at https://invictusmultifamily.com/**Want to learn more about investing with us?**We'd love to learn more about you and your investment goals. Please fill out this form and let's schedule a call: https://invictusmultifamily.com/contact/**Let's Connect On Social Media!**LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/11681388/admin/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/invictuscapitalventures/YouTube: https://bit.ly/2Lc0ctXReview contest, through March

Metrics that Measure Up - B2B SaaS Analytics
The Revenue Operations and Sales Development Partnership - with Taft Love, Iceberg RevOps

Metrics that Measure Up - B2B SaaS Analytics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 32:44


Taft Love's journey to becoming a Revenue Operations leader started in law enforcement, with a pivot to starting his tech career by becoming a Sales Development Representative, on to direct sales, sales leadership and ultimately to Revenue Operations.This journey is exactly the cross-functional experience that builds a strong foundation to being a strategic revenue operations leader.  Interestingly, Taft's experience as a sales lead at early stage B2B SaaS company, PandaDoc by identifying and then having to solve operational challenges that impacted his productivity.When should a company consider a RevOps function?  Taft's perspective is that RevOps starts with ensuring the revenue technology platforms and processes are aligned and optimized to the need of the front line sales personnel.  Simply stated, start the RevOps journey with a RevTech resource and as you grow to $5M - $15M (Series B) start considering a RevOps team that has broader responsibility beyond managing revenue technology platforms.As we discussed the RevOps framework of data, platform, process and analytics Taft doubled down on the "rev tech stack" administration is the initial catalyst to creating a RevOps team.  When pressed on the traditional approach to bringing in a Salesforce administrator and then the marketing automation administrator - often positioned as a Sales Ops and Marketing Ops resource, Taft continued to support his belief that RevOps should not be the first ops resource brought into a company.Next we discussed the pro's and con's of starting the RevOps journey with an internal hire versus leveraging the expertise of a RevOps agency.  Taft's insights are that no one single RevOps resource can be good at every component of a RevOps function.  Examples include trying to have the same single resource be a platform administrator, data guru, business analyst and technical integration expert.Taft's recommendation is to bring in a RevOps leader, who is the RevOps architect and also work with an agency that can bring the right experience and expertise on an "as needed" basis.Next we discussed why Sales Development can benefit the most from a close partnership with Revenue Operations.  Sales Development productivity is directly impacted by having the right "target prospect" data, the ability to conduct high quality outreach at scale and ultimately being able to fuel the engine of company growth - pipeline development!Recent research has shown that only 49% of an SDR's time is spent on outbound prospecting because they spend the majority of their time on administrative and operational activities, such as data management, list development and contact enrichment, that are the primary domains of a Revenue Operations function.If you are considering an investment in your first Revenue Operations function or how to leverage your Revenue Operations team to increase revenue activity productivity, Taft is a great listen.

Singletracks Mountain Bike News
Should Mountain Bikers Care About Fitness Metrics Like VO2 Max?

Singletracks Mountain Bike News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 49:23


Ben Turits runs a coaching business and sports therapy practice called The Endurance Collective. He's a former professional mountain bike racer and current USA Cycling coach working with both pro and amateur athletes alike. In this episode we ask: How did your first enduro race go? What type of training did you do to prepare? What does VO2 max measure?How is it measured? Is using heart rate data to estimate VO2 max fairly accurate? Are there specific types of training that are effective in raising VO2 max? How important is VO2 max for predicting performance? What is lactate threshold?What does it measure? How is it measured? Is lactate threshold directly related to power? Are there other similar fitness metrics that riders can or should pay attention to? Is there a difference between mountain bikers and road bikers when it comes to the importance of certain metrics? Is it possible to get the same quality workout on the trail vs. on the trainer?Is gravel riding a good substitute for road riding in terms of the training benefits? How do you know if you're under- or over-fueled on longer rides? Learn more or connect with Ben and the Endurance Collective on their website (theendurancecollective.com) and YouTube channel. ✏️ A written transcript of this conversation is available to Singletracks Pro supporters: singletracks.com/support --Keep up with the latest in mountain biking at Singletracks.com and on Instagram @singletracks --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/singletracks/support

The Cubicle to CEO Podcast
The 3 Metrics You Need To Track To Reach Your Income Goals [Make $10K Months Series Pt. 3]

The Cubicle to CEO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 22:05


Watch our FREE 1-hour masterclass to learn our system for getting clients and reverse engineering your first $10K month: https://ellenyin.com/getclientsIn today's installment of the ‘Make $10K Month' podcast series, we are going to be discussing why not knowing your numbers is actually costing you your chance at realistically achieving the income goals that you set. So what most service providers, coaches, and freelancers do when they set a new monthly revenue goal for themselves is they simply choose a number arbitrarily - whether its $10K, more, or less - and then they just go about their marketing as they always have, hoping and praying that they hit that income goal. This isn't all too different from just throwing spaghetti against a wall and seeing what sticks. If you have a great income month, or if you have a bad income month, you're not able to actually identify what's working or not working when you don't understand your numbers and how they reflect if your marketing strategies are effective. Let's talk about it!Check out these links: Listen to Part 2 of this Make $10K Months Series: https://www.ellenyin.com/blog/content-pillars-arent-landing-you-paying-clientsWatch our free masterclass: https://ellenyin.com/getclientsGet 50% off your first YEAR of Honeybook - our favorite CRM System: https://share.honeybook.com/ellenIf you enjoyed today's episode, please:Sign up for our text notifications at ellenyin.com/superfan so you can be the first to know when a new case study has dropped! Post a screenshot & key takeaway on your IG story and tag me @missellenyin & @cubicletoceo so I can repost you.Leave a positive review on Apple PodcastsSubscribe for new episodes every Monday  ----- FREE RESOURCES:Service-based entrepreneurs, are you tired of being on the content hamster wheel + hustling for more followers without more income? I created a FREE, on-demand training just for you on how to use my step-by-step client attraction system to create your first $10K month, WITHOUT a large audience or complicated marketing strategies! Claim your bonus gift by watching now: ellenyin.com/getclients