Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Clarke and Paul Joyce.Liverpool nearly started their European campaign off poorly, but Jordan Henderson saved the day at Anfield. How important is he to Jurgen Klopp's side? (00:00)Manchester City looked impressive going forward but also let in three goals last night. Have they shifted tactics or was it just a sloppy night for their defenders against RB Leipzig? (11:23)Manchester United were embarrassed somewhat on Cristiano Ronaldo's European return, losing 2-1 to Young Boys. Was the artificial pitch party to blame and did Ole Gunnar Solsjkaer get his tactics all wrong? (20:30)Romalu Lukaku scored again at Stamford Bridge as Chelsea got started with a win - how can he look so settled into their side so quickly? (30:15)There were some other incredible matches in this week's Champions League. Jude Bellingham looked the real deal, Lionel Messi had a quiet European debut for PSG and a former West Ham striker had quite the night (36:57)The Times' North East Reporter Martin Hardy joins us following his article in The Times about the current situation at Newcastle (42:18)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Tom Roddy, Paul Hirst and Paul Joyce.The first semi-final is here as a free-flowing Italy take on a slow-off-the-mark Spain at Wembley. We look at how the teams have made it this far and how the managers match up (00:00)Spanish manager Luis Enrique spoke before the game and The Times' Paul Hirst joins us with the latest - including the important role the team's psychologist will play throughout the day (13:00)We break down the key areas and players in each area of the pitch ahead of the first semi-final. Will Spain's attack be able to break down the ageing Italian defence? (17:44)Ahead of England's semi-final against Denmark tomorrow night - The Times' Paul Joyce joins us with the latest from Gareth Southgate's squad (34:22)Get more of The Times and The Sunday Times for less than £1 a day. Start your free trial: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On February 16, 2021, the National Council and the U.S.-Saudi Business Council convened an online book discussion examining "Saudi Arabia Transformation: Uncertainty and Sustainability." The featured specialists were the book's authors, Dr. Turki Faisal Al Rasheed and Dr. Paul Joyce, with Mr. H. Delano Roosevelt and Dr. John Duke Anthony joining them for the conversation.
Hugh Woozencroft is joined by Gregor Robertson, Jonathan Northcroft and James Restall. Southampton were reacquainted with an old friend - the 9-0 loss . What did we learn about Ralf Hasenhuttl’s side and what does this tell us about Manchester United’s title aspirations? Another week in the Premier League gives us more questionable VAR decisions to discuss. Were Jan Bednarek and David Luiz unfairly dismissed and is there a good argument for another rule change? Leeds United have been entertaining so far this season, but are they showing too many signs of recklessness? The Time’s Paul Joyce joins us to give us a behind-the-scenes look at Liverpool’s deadline day dealings as Ozan Kabak and Ben Davies were added to their squad. Manchester City have won their last 13 games in all competitions - how will the defending champions get on against them on Sunday? Brighton have beaten Spurs and Liverpool in the space of a few days - is Graham Potter the most unflustered Premier League manager ever? Get your digital subscription to The Times and get a month free: thetimes.co.uk/thegame See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
There is a reason why people refer to data as the new oil in recent years. Data helps businesses identify discrepancies, improve existing processes, make better decisions, and stay ahead of the competition. Quality data beats opinions every day. With that in mind, there is no shortage of companies that are aware of the immense value of data and aspire to create a culture around it. Yet, many fail when it comes to the actual execution.In this insightful conversation with Geckboard's Founder and CEO, Paul Joyce, we get a comprehensive picture of why companies go wrong when implementing a culture of data and how they can turn the situation around. Paul argues that this is a people issue dressed up as a technological one, and thus, it requires a human-first approach. This means: Full commitment from leadership to making changes Representing data not as a punitive measure but as a tool to help people work smarter and perform better Designing new processes respectful of your target audience's behaviorsBringing data to people (not the other way around) and making it easy for them to digestFor a closer look at how you can build a company connected and driven by data, listen to the full episode. -- Show notes:Check out GeckoboardConnect with Paul Joyce
Alex and James dive into the 1-1 draw at Goodison Park and discuss Seamus' damning assessment, the Squad's reaction, Branthwaite's performance, and upcoming match implications. Lastly, they cover Paul Joyce's announcement that Everton have tabled a bid for Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg from Southampton. ATP Twitter: @USAToffeePod Alex's Twitter: @DaAlexJohnson James' Twitter: @0ptimumvelocity Discord: invite.gg/atp Music: @Kenboib
Paul Joyce is the founder and CEO of Geckoboard, a SaaS product that lets businesses build and display real-time dashboards to help them focus on the metrics that matter.The Show NotesGeckoboardCitizenship in a Republic by Theodore RooseveltPaul on LinkedInOmer on TwitterEnjoyed this episode?Subscribe to the podcastLeave a rating and reviewFollow Omer on TwitterNeed help with your SaaS?Join SaaS Club Plus: our membership and community for new and early-stage SaaS founders. Join and get training & support.Join SaaS Club Launch: a 12-week group coaching program to help you get your SaaS from zero to your first $10K revenue.Apply for SaaS Club Accelerate: If you'd like to work directly with Omer 1:1, then request a free strategy session.
An emotional Everton fan calls the Final Word after witnessing the Andre Gomes injury, Martin Keown and Adrian Durham vehemently disagree about Dennis Bergkamp, Mark Saggers clashes with Times journalist Paul Joyce about fixture congestion, Tom May and Steve Thompson react to England's World Cup Final defeat and Monty Panesar makes a surprise career chance on Glory Hunters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
James Maddison has hit the headlines before his England career has even started, but has he really done anything wrong?Natalie Sawyer and Gregor Robertson are joined by Molly Hudson for more on this, plus Paul Joyce tells us why he's not happy with Gareth Southgate and Gregor assesses whether the gap between Scotland and England has ever been bigger. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gregor Robertson is joined by Alyson Rudd, James Gheerbrant and Paul Joyce to look back on an action packed weekend including Liverpool dismantling a below par Arsenal, Steve Bruce's Newcastle stunning Spurs and David Silva shining brighter than ever on the south coast.They also cast their eye over yet more VAR controversy, and ask whether Norwich might be thinking bigger than just survival despite their loss to Chelsea.All that plus a special mention to Leicester's Harvey Barnes after his wonder strike gave Leicester all three points at Sheffield United. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Liverpool Lower Lovren's Asking Price | #LFC Daily News LIVETom and Ross are here with today's Liverpool news, where Paul Joyce has confirmed that Liverpool are in talks with Roma over a move for Dejan Lovren. Liverpool have lowered their asking price to £15m, do you think this could be a bad move? Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In today’s episode, Mark and David are joined by Paul Joyce, Founder & CEO of digital dashboard tool Geckoboard. They discuss how SaaS has changed since the first wave in 2011 and why sometimes it’s best to not take advice, even if that means living through failure. How ScreenCloud and Geckoboard have both had to work to change the perception of data visualization, alongside topics like re-platforming, the importance of “ethical engineering” and what they view as the future of data when things become meaningful. --- Show notes: Find out about ScreenCloud: screencloud.com Find out more about Geckoboard: geckoboard.com/ Watch the video: youtube.com/screencloudio/to-do-with-data Connect with David Hart, Mark McDermott or Paul Joyce on LinkedIn. Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
Liverpool Fans in Mbappe Meltdown! | #LFC Transfer News LIVEPaul and Bailey are here with today's Liverpool news, where Paul Joyce's retweet of Kylian Mbappe sent Liverpool fans into meltdown! Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Tom and Bailey are here with today's Liverpool news, including reports from Paul Joyce that Liverpool will accept £25m for Dejan Lovren Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/redmentv. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gab Marcotti and Natalie Sawyer bring you a special bumper look ahead to the Champions League final and Europa League final, in the company of Oli Kay, Paul Joyce, Gregor Robertson and James Gheerbrant.Liverpool and Tottenham get ready to do battle in the biggest club game in European football on Saturday night. Will Firmino and Kane make it for Madrid? How can Tottenham stop the Reds’ rampaging full-backs? And would Mauricio Pochettino leave Spurs on the highest of highs if he was victorious on Saturday?The first final featuring all-English clubs is on Wednesday night. Oli is among those boarding several flights to Baku, as controversy continues to reign around the Europa League final venue. We discuss the absence of Arsenal’s Henrikh Mkhitaryan and the future of Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri.Plus we debate whether Petr Cech’s reported summer move to a directorial role at Chelsea represents such a conflict of interests that he should not be picked in goal for the Gunners. And what will be Mesut Ozil’s legacy? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Ben and Mark bid farewell to three Doctor Who companions and ponder the differing approaches to the farewell story. In 'The Angels Take Manhattan', they discuss just how sad and tragic an ostensibly happy ending can be, suggest that Dudley Simpson is better than Sting, compare Alex Kingston to a frog and wonder just how practical sending a Weeping Angel out for your groceries actually is. And in 'Warrior's Gate', Ben can't get his head round how bad many companion departures actually are, Mark admires Paul Joyce's pretensions, and is it really just simply about how awful slavery is? Contains references to Jean Cocteau, Lewis Carroll and Reg Varney... ALSO: 'What's Brie Larson ever done to you?', Mark encounters some sexist internet trolls in the flesh.
After a Sunday full of drama and controversy, Gab Marcotti is joined by Paul Joyce, James Gheerbrant and Bill Edgar to discuss the major talking points in the Premier League. Liverpool return to the top of the table with a last-gasp victory over Spurs at Anfield. How much of a role is luck playing in this title race? Could the defining moment of Liverpool’s season not involve Lloris and Alderweireld but in fact Van Dijk and Sissoko? And what about Tottenham, who are finding different ways to lose… Speaking of luck, is Solskjaer riding his at Old Trafford, after Manchester United survive a Watford onslaught to win at Old Trafford? And after Cardiff’s defeat to Chelsea, is Neil Warnock right to bemoan Premier League officials as the worst in the world? Maurizio Sarri shoots himself in the foot with the media again – but is he actually a fan of Callum Hudson-Odoi? Plus Siewert, Sunderland and the battle for the Bundesliga. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Premier League football is back, as are Gab Marcotti, Alyson Rudd, James Gheerbrant and Paul Joyce for The Game podcast. And the big breaking news on Thursday morning is that Manchester United appoint Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their permanent manager on a 3 year contract as Ed Woodward votes for Sunday roast. Is he the right appointment? Is this the right time? Can he be his own man?Liverpool take on Tottenham on Sunday as the title race resumes. How will the Reds handle the pressure? And is Mo Salah about to burst back into form? Earlier that day, Cardiff host Chelsea. The panel tackle the issue of Cardiff’s dispute with Nantes and refusal to pay instalments of the transfer fee for the late Emiliano Sala. Charlie Scott and Paddy von Behr provide advice ahead of the fantasy football weekend. For free Fantasy Premier League tips from The Sweeper, visit thetimes.co.uk/fantasyfootball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After a derbylicious weekend, Natalie Sawyer and Gab Marcotti are in the company of Alyson Rudd, Matthew Syed and Paul Joyce with plenty to discuss. Liverpool are held by Everton and lose the leadership of the Premier League. Is the pressure building on Jurgen Klopp and his players or are they suffering from a lack of depth? The North London derby was packed full of incident but also ended all square. Find out which Tottenham player is NOT a horse, as we ask has the return of Kane stopped Son from shining? Alyson watched a man of the match display from the villainous Kepa for Chelsea at Craven Cottage and we appraise the start of the Scott Parker era at Fulham. Also on the agenda - will VAR rid football of controversy? Is there any room for a chess radio phone-in? And what are Stockport County up to these days? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gab Marcotti and Natalie Sawyer are joined by Paul Joyce, Alan Smith and former Chelsea winger and award-winning author Paul Canoville after FA Cup 4th round weekend.Millwall shock Everton but events off the pitch overshadow that achievement, with racist chants heard in the stands. What can be done to counteract this behaviour?On the pitch, the pressure ramps up on Marco Silva with many questioning Everton’s character. And there’s further embarrassment for West Ham who are dumped out of the cup by League One AFC Wimbledon. There are scathing words for Pellegrini’s preparation and that amateur Arnautovic video.Plus find out why it’s beyond idiotic to criticise Mauricio Pochettino. And there’s the story of when Gab Marcotti met Cactus Jack somewhere private. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Natalie Sawyer and Gab Marcotti are joined by George Caulkin, Paul Joyce and Bill Edgar ahead of another seismic Saturday and Sunday in the Premier League.League leaders Liverpool host Manchester United at Anfield, with Jurgen Klopp’s men embracing control over chaos this season. Klopp appears to have cracked it when it comes to the goalkeeper, defence and attack. But will the rotation in midfield be what costs the Reds this season. And as Mourinho renews old rivalries on Merseyside, would Liverpool fans actually want him to leave Old Trafford?All four English clubs progressed to the last 16 of the Champions League but were we impressed by how they performed? And does their patchy form show what a struggle it is to juggle European football with chasing Manchester City this season?And as Newcastle head to Huddersfield in a relegation six-pointer on Saturday, George Caulkin talks to us about proposed takeovers, fan boycotts and why January will be so crucial to Rafa Benitez’s future.Charlie Scott and Paddy von Behr provide their advice ahead of the fantasy football weekend. For free Fantasy Premier League tips from The Sweeper, visit thetimes.co.uk/fantasyfootball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gab Marcotti and Natalie Sawyer break down some major talking points after another big Premier League weekend, in the company of Alyson Rudd and Paul Joyce.Liverpool are flying with 5 wins out of 5 after beating Spurs but are they suffering from a lack of selflessness from their strikers? And what does Mauricio Pochettino do about his Kane conundrum?Everton lose to West Ham but have troubles off the pitch as an independent enquiry examines their approach to Marco Silva last season. Is the alleged tapping up a sign of a more aggressive owner in Farhad Moshiri?The panel looks ahead to the Champions League week and reacts to Wilfried Zaha’s pleas for protection from referees. Only Eden Hazard has been fouled more than Zaha in the Premier League in the last 5 years – what can Palace’s star man learn from the Belgian? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Natalie Sawyer and James Gheerbrant take a look at the issues dominating the headlines in football ahead of another big Premier League weekend.Paul Joyce joins us to discuss how Manchester City can adapt to losing player of the year Kevin De Bruyne, side-lined for 3 months through injury. Could Phil Foden fill in?Should Emery lean on Leno for Arsenal in search of a better distributor than Petr Cech? They face Chelsea and superstitious Sarri at Stamford Bridge.Son of an architect Henry Winter discusses the delay in Tottenham’s move to their new stadium. How well set are Spurs for this season as a whole?Plus we'll find out who knows more about Barnsley – Natalie Sawyer or Gab Marcotti?Charlie Scott and Paddy von Behr provide their advice ahead of the fantasy football weekend. For free Fantasy Premier League tips from The Sweeper, visit thetimes.co.uk/fantasyfootball See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
After pummelling Panama in record-breaking fashion, England’s attention now turns to the knock-out stages of the World Cup. But with a game to come against Group G rivals Belgium, Natalie Sawyer asks Paul Joyce and Matt Hughes whether Gareth Southgate’s side should seek to finish 2nd and navigate a potentially easier path to the final.Harry Kane is England’s hat-trick hero and the top scorer in Russia but have we seen Tottenham’s Harry Kane at this tournament yet? Oliver Kay suggests maybe not.And Alyson Rudd reports from Group H where Colombia eliminate Poland to keep their hopes of a last 16 date (potentially with England) alive as the Colombians turn Kazan into a sea of yellow.For more from The Times, why not take advantage of our digital sale and subscribe to enjoy award winning journalism online and on your smartphone or tablet. For a limited time only it's just £1 a month for your first 3 months. Search The Times Sale for more information.You can follow @NatalieSawyer on Twitter and track our award-winning writers in Russia, including @henrywinter, @DickinsonTimes, @OliverKayTimes, @_pauljoyce, @allyrudd_times, @martynziegler and @JNorthcroft. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Natalie Sawyer reports on another historic day at the World Cup as Neymar sees a penalty given, then rescinded by VAR. Gab Marcotti discusses the world’s most expensive player and what’s going on inside his head after Brazil’s late victory over Costa Rica.Alan Smith dissects a combustible clash in Kaliningrad as Switzerland’s Kosovan contingent complete a remarkable turnaround against Serbia. Plus why Ahmed Musa has been Argentina’s best player.Paul Joyce gives us an insight into the England camp as Gareth Southgate criticises the leak of the team sheet against Panama. Should the media be more supportive of the England team? And Tom Clarke gives us a tactical breakdown of what the Three Lions can expect from their opponents on Sunday.For more from The Times, why not take advantage of our digital sale and subscribe to enjoy award winning journalism online and on your smartphone or tablet. For a limited time only it's just £1 a month for your first 3 months. Search The Times Sale for more information.You can follow @NatalieSawyer on Twitter and track our award-winning writers in Russia, including @henrywinter, @DickinsonTimes, @OliverKayTimes, @_pauljoyce, @allyrudd_times, @martynziegler and @JNorthcroft. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Another day, another England story as a wander into the woods ends with manager Gareth Southgate in a sling. Natalie Sawyer gets an update from the England camp with Paul Joyce who has also been speaking to Ruben Loftus-Cheek about his future at Chelsea.Gab Marcotti gives us a full breakdown of events in Group B where Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the all-time top European goal scorer and the power of the vuvuzelas can’t prevent Iran from losing to Spain. Plus Giles Smith from The Times is in the studio to analyse the battle in World Cup coverage between the BBC and ITV.Which means we discuss the greatest goal getter that ever lived and the greatest set that’s ever been built.For more from The Times, why not take advantage of our digital sale and subscribe to enjoy award winning journalism online and on your smartphone or tablet. For a limited time only, it's just £1 a month for your first 3 months. Search The Times Sale for more information.You can follow @NatalieSawyer on Twitter and track our award-winning writers in Russia, including @henrywinter, @DickinsonTimes, @OliverKayTimes, @_pauljoyce, @allyrudd_times, @martynziegler and @JNorthcroft. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Gab Marcotti, Matt Dickinson, Paul Joyce and Julien Laurens discuss a hugely eventful Premier League weekend as Everton ditch their Dutch manager. Plus Matthew Syed joins us to dissect the issues around the Eni Aluko enquiry for the FA. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Geckboard is not only Paul Joyce’s business endeavour but also his dream of building the work place that every employee loves. It’s real love, I mean, their employee NPS is 91! Many businesses can kill for that, because employee engagement does affect growth. So, how did Paul make sure that Geckoboard is the right place for every hire and every hire is the right addition to Geckoboard? In the following talk, Paul revealed his hiring and working philosophy that gets the right hires - those who provide ‘taps’ for a business instead of ‘drains.’ Listen to the podcast below, or read on to learn: - The kind of interviews to stay away from - How to ensure cultural fit hires - What to communicate throughout the hiring process - What fuels employees’ happiness - How to maintain culture as your team grows
Gabriele Marcotti is joined by regulars Oli Kay, Julien Laurens and Tony Cascarino to debate the apparent lack of quality in the England v Scotland World Cup qualifier at Wembley. Plus, Times writer Paul Joyce joins the panel to discuss his column on the troubled times of former Everton starlet Jose Baxter; and we also feature part two of our interview with MP Damian Collins. Find out more at www.thetimes.co.uk See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Paul Joyce of The Express joins us back on the pod for another exclusive #LFC interview. Klopp, January and the potential for the club this season is all discussed! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Actor, comedian and TV historian Toby Hadoke ticks off another story in his epic quest to interview someone connected with each televisual adventure of Doctor Who, and present the end result as a free podcast and download for Big Finish Listeners...