Steve brings together his series of Wee Drams about preparing for Improvement with the final episode called Innovate everywhereInnovation is not always a ‘Giant Step for Mankind'. Sometimes Innovation is introverted and focused on a small audience. We do learn that, of course, M365 innovation is driven by our own User Stories sent to Microsoft and if it is something that the user base needs, then it gets built.We take a quick check on the current status of MS Team changes as this podcast is recorded a few weeks ahead of Ignite 2022, when we do expect some large differences in terms of Mesh for Teams that will be across the enterprise but compare this to a change in Excel (check out EP99 of O365Distilled) that will be for very few people.Not every change is giant... many are small and focused. But it is innovation, and we should be awaiting that something new in our own organisation feels like innovation that has value that needs to be managed as a change.
Microsoft IDEA structure for Digital transformation is supported by a web site and full program documentation. Marijn starts with ‘I ‘ from I.D.E.A., the Microsoft Catalyst IDEA framework.‘I‘ stands for Inspire, and in this wee dram, he takes you through the 4 steps to success with inspiration and understanding of the customer's expectations for the process, business expectations and what their next step might be.Look to the future and prepare for Marijn's next Wee Dram on this subject... Design.
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Frizz and Bob do right, pour some Laphroig 10, and dive in to Aretha Franklin's CLASSIC I Never Loved a Man the Way I Loved You. Join us for a journey into her timing, tone, and charisma while we watch her turn music into a revival.
Jim and Mike review the Old Line American Single Malt Cask Strength Whiskey. It is nice to taste a complex and somewhat spicy single malt from here is the USA. Thanks to two Navy Veteran Pilots for crafting this fine spirit which further expands the landscape of American Single Malts. Listen in for all the details. https://www.oldlinespirits.com/ Be sure to check out our private Facebook group, "The Bourbon Roadies" for a great group of bourbon loving people. You will be welcomed with open arms!
These notes will be short because this EP99 podcast is simple and focused on a single subject which for the boys is very rare...Talking about Excel and when excel was introduced to the market and how Steve and Marijn thought they would have a great case for moving people from Excel to SharePoint lists and find that maybe there are not many even no, specific reasons to drive users away from excel to M365 ListsThe session turns out to simply select the best examples of using Excel and M365 lists without saying one is better than the other.... It just shows that even the most experienced and best can make mistakes.Steve keeps asking the hard questions, which lead us to understand Lists more and their roles in the M365 ecosystem. The podcast's ending is great because Gianni, who won the One Inch Party, sent over a great sample of Aberfeldy 16 year old, which was worth a taste (he also sent over a sample of Cruach-Mhone from Bunnahabhain), all very much appreciated.
Devin Ershow and Chase Langdon join us to talk about their site American Mash & Grain and to talk about their latest project, Borrowed Page Volume 1 which blends together four distinct styles of whiskey and producers to redefine American Whiskey. It's crazy how they have made a complex whisley out of four different styles which leads to complexity in their drink but also carves out a new style. We talk about their process, but let me tell you it's pretty dang tasty too. For 15% off your order at ORCA Coolers, make sure to visit www.orcacoolers.com/bourbon If you're a bourbon group, distillery, or store, get wholesale laser etched products at www.distilleryproducts.com Want to change your life with one simple move? Make a public commitment and put a date on the calendar and let's take on a Spartan Race together! We're putting together a global team and we want you to join us. Use code SpartanDAD for 25% off a race and tell us all about it. Head over to www.spartan.com and sign up for a race today. We're pushing our social media to Picks App! Make sure to visit https://picksshop.com/ and make sure to get the Picks App to get in on all the fun.
There's no doubt that blends are more popular on a commercial scale but when it comes to enthusiasts they rarely get mentioned. In this week's episode, we look at blended Scotch to see if we've been missing out on greatness in our obsession with single malts. Support the show
Episode 108 features Biodynamic Luna 1.1 from Waterford Whisky. Bottled in 750ml at 50% ABV, or 100 proof. This retails for $119. Enjoy this episode with any of the Waterford Whisky offers you can get your hands on! The official website for Waterford Whisky: https://waterfordwhisky.com/ (https://waterfordwhisky.com/ ) Brief Historical Timeline: 2004 - Diageo build the Waterford distillery site as a beer brewery 2015 - Mark Reynier converts the closed brewery into a whisky distillery 2016 - The first distillation goes into casks 2020 - The first releases are made available from Waterford Key Cocktails: Drink this neat. Add one or two cubes of ice if you like, but treat it as you would any good Single Malt. References: My interview with Neil Conway, Head Brewer for Waterford Whisky. https://whiskymag.com/story/interview:-mark-reynier-the-man-who-brought-the-taste-of-terroir-to-whisky (Whiskey Magazine Interview with Mark Reynier) https://waterfordwhisky.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/WD_What_Is_Biodynamics_01.pdf (Biodynamics Manure Horns Downloadable PDF) https://waterfordwhisky.com/editorial/the-bio-bros-part-2-preparations/ (More detail on Manure Horns Prep and Biodynamic Principles) https://www.biodynamics.com/biodynamic-principles-and-practices (Biodynamics.com Principles and Practices) Book (pages 120-123): From Barley to Blarney - A Whiskey Lover's Guide to Ireland, presented by the Dead Rabbit, Sean Muldoon, Jack McGarry, Tim Herlihy, and Conor Kelly Contact Information: Official show website is: https://www.liquorandliqueurconnoisseur.com/ (www.liquorandliqueurconnoisseur.com) Join my mailing list: http://eepurl.com/hfyhHf (http://eepurl.com/hfyhHf) Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liquorandliqueurconnoisseur (https://www.facebook.com/liquorandliqueurconnoisseur) Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/LiquorandLiqueurConnoisseur/ (https://www.instagram.com/LiquorandLiqueurConnoisseur/) Twitter: @LLConnoisseur
We're back on the Isle of Arran – we really love this little island! And no! Even though we greatly enjoy our chats with Andy Bell of Lochranza Distillery, we don't have him on the podcast this time – and actually this episode is not even about Lochranza Distillery.Instead, we will focus on the Isle of Arran's newest gem: Lagg Distillery (what a beautiful place!!).We travelled all the way to the south end of Arran, straight into the Scottish Lowlands (wait, really?!) to talk to Lagg's distillery manager Graham Omand. Of course, we also discussed the Lowlands, Highlands, Islands topic – because things are not as clear-cut for Lagg Distillery as for most other Scottish whisky producers, but Graham will happily tell you more about this topic – listen for yourself.Furthermore, find out more about Graham – the Islay man on Arran –, about the venture of setting up a new distillery, about Lagg's inaugural releases and about what Donkey Kong and Super Mario have to do with them. Of course, that's not all and there is a lot more to learn and discover…… So pour a dram, lean back, tune in and get to know Graham Omand and Lagg Distillery.
The podcast where Steve has a great idea on site names and waffles on without a conclusion.Where Marijn says, ”Sorry, keep going I will interrupt you later” and then “ Hold on and let me continue” and it is decided Marijn can interrupt as much as he likes but Steve has to do as he is told…Our Sponsor Braeburn Whisky for this episode gets a great mention https://braeburnwhisky.com/ The boys start on the Roadmap workshop that defines the order of products that will be released and feeds back to the team what order they will process the project. Roadmap Strategy is required and agreed by the business… then the boys get stuck on questions around what the minimum settings are… and Steve has a Daaa moment when he works out Marijn is right…Governance workshop takes frontstage and arguably the most important as so much is decided within this and getting then documented means you know so much about the project alreadyContent workshops are discussed that incorporate so much decision making… The Elephant in the room ‘ Content Types' hits the discussion with a few erm and aaass when Steve rounds out what is needed to get started and define the baselineThe content workshop identified so much about the future of the project, migration, Change and Adoption Taxonomy strategy and some search aspects of the project…Portals are mentioned and Wendy wants to get involved… she has something to say… and then Steve puts Marijn on the spot with portals. It is agreed an Intranet is a portal and opens up a bunch of things to decide like audiences, Viva Connect etc. all associated with publishing content…Migration cannot be forgotten so they do list the things that is required to ensure migration takes place… then some workshop around servicing the M365 environment with the helpdesk etc.After tasting Isobel Gowdie a Linkwood 14 year old cask strength whisky from Cask88 https://cask88.com/witches/ Steve finishes with a few thoughts on the Vision workshops and suggests that Marijn is right but only if we accept there are more than one Vision workshops required to make this work and get it right….
We present you with some of the best single malt Scotches we've tried that fly under the radar. We sample, briefly review, and discuss why we like them. So, if you're perpetually on the hunt for a great scotch that's sure to impress even the most hipster-iest of your friends then look no further. Support the show
https://www.whisky.de/p.php?id=1770GLAO7 Nosing 03:56 Wir verkosten den 1770 Glasgow The Original Fresh & Fruity. 1770 Glasgow stammt aus der gleichnamigen schottischen Stadt. The Glasgow Distillery Company wurde 2014 gegründet und ist die erste Single Malt Brennerei in Glasgow seit 1902. Nach alter Tradition wird dort nun wieder Single Malt aus schottischer Gerste und Wasser aus dem Loch Katrine hergestellt. Die Fresh and Fruity Edition des 1770 Glasgow reifte in erstbefüllten ehemaligen Bourbonfässern und erhielt anschließend ihr Finish in frischen Weißeichenfässern. Jetzt auch als Podcast: https://www.whisky.de/shop/newsletter/#podcast Geschmacksbeschreibungen und Informationen finden Sie in unserem Shop auf Whisky.de Abonnieren: http://www.youtube.com/user/thewhiskystore?sub_confirmation=1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whisky.de/ Telegram: https://t.me/whisky_de Merch: https://whiskyde-fanartikel.creator-spring.com/
Die Ferienzeit ist vorbei und wir haben uns für die heutige Folge in Tims Garten getroffen und uns bei dem ein oder anderen Dram ans Lagerfeuer gesetzt. Wir starten langsam und berichten von unseren letzten Wochen, sprechen über die Distiller's Editions von Diageo, Cadenhead's als unabhängigen Abfüller und Olli darf gleich zu Beginn auch ein Blind-Sample verkosten. Für den Abend am Feuer hat Olli zudem den SRV5 Blended Malt von den Thompson Brothers mitgebracht - ein super Begleiter für's Lagerfeuer. Viel Spaß beim Hören Olli & Tim
We are all looking to achieve value in our work, and M365 provides a great opportunity for the IT team and the end user to redefine the value that technology at a personal level can deliver. This Wee Dram from Steve looks at some of the ways IT and Business can work together to get the best from M365 as it permeates through the organisation. Check out 20 minutes of chat with Steve and see if any of these ideas can add value to your work.
It's This Week in Bourbon for August 26th 2022. The Kentucky Bourbon Benefit raises $1.4M. Freddie Noe has released the sixth chapter in his acclaimed Little Book Whiskey series, “To The Finish.” Four Roses Distillery has announced its 2022 Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon.Show Notes: The Kentucky Bourbon Benefit raises $1.4M Woodford Reserve is creating a sensory experience at Charles De Gaulle Airport in Paris, France The Macallan partners with luxury automotive Bentley Motors in new release Buffalo Trace Distillery announces the Buffalo Trace Bourbon Heritage Month Collection Kentucky's Original Black Bourbon Enthusiasts are bringing back their 5th Annual Bourbon & Benevolence Tasting & Charity Auction Campari Group buys a 15% minority stake in Howler Head Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey has been ranked among the top 1,000 companies honored on the 2022 Inc. 5000 list Louisville Bourbon Transit Co releases the fifth batch of Bedtime Bourbon Freddie Noe has released the sixth chapter in his acclaimed Little Book Whiskey series, “To The Finish.” Michter's Distillery will release its US*1 Toasted Barrel Sour Mash Whiskey Shirakawa 1958 Single Malt, believed to be ‘the world's rarest Japanese whisky', will be distributed worldwide Barrell Craft Spirits will introduce Barrell Vantage Four Roses to releases 16-year-old OESV barrels Four Roses Distillery has announced its 2022 Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon @woodfordreserve @the_macallan @bentleymotors @buffalotracedistillery @buffalotrace @502kobbe @campariofficial @campariusa @howlerheadwhiskey @uncleanearest @beamgeneration8 @michterswhiskey @barrellbourbon @fourrosesbourbon Support this podcast on Patreon
Marijn is excited about his Envisioning sessions to set up the company on a journey. Still, during the discussion, we wonder if it might not get people excited when it could be several months before they get to try anything. So, whilst very important, timing how you communicate the company vision might not be the first workshop you do. However, starting to set expectations at the C-Level and Senior management level might be a good idea.Starting with the infrastructure workshop, they get hooked up in discussions about the naming of tenants (we are still not sure who is correct). Still, the thought is to get the infrastructure workshop completed early on with the right people in the groups. Many decisions at this level define the coming workload.It's also worth thinking strategically about services, multitenancy etc.Identity and a few others will cause issues like who owns the user's Admins, AD admins, HR etc., so be prepared and ensure all parties are in the same room.Some words are spoken about the people involved and how they might be upset of losing control to the cloud etc. So, pull in a great partner or Microsoft to ensure all the infrastructure teams have a level of comfort.There is a disagreement (always fun) and Marijn starts Steve thinking about which comes first, the Adoption or Email or Supporting workshop to understand the new way of IT supporting the new cloud servicesRoad mapping is important to understand where you are in the process of changing the company and the way of working and aligning development plans to power platform etc., or if you will remain with existing dev tools.The idea of splitting the Adoption and communications and when to start the personae decisions and special needs so maybe the adoption and change conversation is needed to baseline the governance.Identifying the user-focused people for the Ambassadors and core users is important, but then we need to think about the end user-focused workshops so that become Episode 98...The Whisky plays memory games with Steve after Marijn asks him to dig deep into the memory banks to identify the point when he realised, he loved Irish whisky. That took him to an Irish bar in Rome.A Black Bush 80/20 PX Sherry Cask Reserve, has a good recommendation for a great price with a complex flavour... well worth looking for a bottle
The Gentlemen talk of luxury after enjoying this fine scotch from Tobermory. MST Rating 8.9 Support the show
Listen is as Joshua has a sit down with Madhu Kanna Head of International Business for Indri Single Malt Indian Whisky. Perfect timing, too, seeing as ImpEx Beverages (importer of Indri Single Malt) is about to receive the first shipment of product into the US. What a lovely guy Madhu is (and damn does he have a fine whisky in on his hands!)! ...as usual, have a seat, have a pour, and listen in. Unless you're driving. If you're driving, be smart and stay sober but be sure to listen into the conversation! Special thanks to: - Weigh Down for allowing us to use their song "Wooden Monsters" as our theme song - Moana McAuliffe for designing our Podcast Logo - RØDE for making *really* great microphones - Focusrite for making awesome USB receivers - Olympus and Tascam for making fine mobile recording devices - Joshua Hatton for producing and editing
Episode 54 is a trip to Baltimore! Old Line Spirits sits in Highlandtown, Baltimore, producing some of the best American single malt I've had yet. They're not afraid of both using friends to make their whiskey better - distilling the majority of their spirit at Middle West Spirits, where they operated out of for a time during their learning - and exploring new finishes that are familiar yet made new. Thank you to Mark McLaughlin and Arch Watkins, co-founders, for their hospitality during my visit and for providing their products for me to try. Check out my tasting notes on their Single Malt, Cask Strength Single Malt, and Sauternes-Finish Double Cask Single Malt below. _________________ Before we jump into the interview just a few quick notes: If you haven't joined the Patreon community yet, please consider doing so. It's Episode 54! The $5 tier will have access to the new, Patreon-only segment called “Under the Influencer”, where some of your favorite YouTubers/Instagrammers/Podcasters and more join me to talk about a topic that's under their skin in whiskey. This tier will also have priority access to upcoming barrel picks, including one coming up in partnership with the This is my Bourbon Podcast. The $25 tier - for people who really want to propel the pod and website forward - will have the same benefits as the $5 tier plus right of first refusal to join me on future barrel picks, access to bottles I'm sent to taste and review, and more. The first box of samples has already been sent! You can still support for as little as $1 a month if you'd like to stay up to date with these changes and news about what we've got coming up. Finally, please do like and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening - it really helps the Whiskey Ring Podcast move up the rankings. If you haven't yet, please follow Whiskey in my Wedding Ring and the Whiskey Ring Podcast on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, and subscribe to the newsletter on the website. Thanks for reading! Now here's Nora Ganley-Roper and Adam Polonski, co-founders of Lost Lantern Whiskey. Old Line Spirits Old Line Spirits Website Old Line Spirits Instagram Old Line Spirits Facebook Old Line Spirits Twitter Old Line Spirits Reviews Old Line Spirits American Single Malt Whiskey Old Line Spirits Cask Strength American Single Malt Whiskey Old Line Spirits American Single Malt Whiskey Sauternes Finish Thanks to our Sponsor, ImpEx Beverages https://impexbev.com ImpEx on Instagram ImpEx on Facebook ImpEx on Twitter
If you love history and you're interested in the recent past during Irish whiskey's rebirth, this is the interview for you. I chat with Darryl McNally who is launching a new brand tied to a town with legal distilling going back to 1750 in Ulster. We'll talk about the town's history in distilling, the rebirth in this new brand, and we'll also jump into Darryl's 17 years at Bushmills and learn a bit about what the whiskey world looked like back then. Buckle up for a lot of great history and a tasting of an Irish whiskey well worth trying.
Keeping Change and Adoption Real: The Workshop ... Come and see us live this year...South Coast Summit: October 14th 2022 Tickets:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/keeping-change-and-adoption-real-1-day-workshop-tickets-359518869617M365 Conference – Las Vagas: December 9th Register:https://www.m365conf.com/#!/workshop/Keeping%20Change%20and%20Adoption%20Real:%20The%20Workshop/5553And on the podcast...Steve and Marijn kick off their Summer podcasts with a quick check on their Vacations and a Proud Dad tells you about his daughter obtaining her Degree and the graduation partiesMarijn lists all the injuries he was plagued with on the dangerous holiday park he stayed at in France. Steve did a road trip around the south of England and Wales.The boys have a busy end of the year with presentations and workshops in Belgium, the Netherlands, Copenhagen, UK and USA (Vagas Baby...) Microsoft put Viva Goals into GA this week, so Steve and Marijn start talking about OKRs, the business's implications, and all that you need to prepare for.Goals will allow the organisation to be transparent in what Objectives the board has decided will drive the business forward. Recent statistics from Microsoft show that 77% of the workforce needs more purpose in their work. Viva Goals could be a way to change that statistic to the most positive.Steve considered the old MC server system, which included 3 servers that started with the High-level programs followed by the Projects and then the client tools. You could not create a project unless it was a vital aspect of the program and connected. This allowed a roll-up of the program costs and delivery.The conversation comes to the most significant consideration, which is the fact that to make this work, it requires buy-in from the highest level to the lowest action.Marijn and Steve finish by going Welsh and tasting the Penderyn Hiraeth No8 in the 50 special release whiskies coming from the South Wales distillery in the Brecon Beacons. Steve admits to not being the biggest fan of their standards but this one is lifted above many.
Big news! The TTB has now proposed their definition for an American Single Malt. We talk about this and try an American Single Malt from Westward Whiskey. Cheers! Shop orcacoolers.com and use the code DADSEASON for 20% off your order. ORCA: For All of Life's Adventures. If you're a bourbon group, distillery, or store, get wholesale laser etched products at www.distilleryproducts.com Want to change your life with one simple move? Make a public commitment and put a date on the calendar and let's take on a Spartan Race together! We're putting together a global team and we want you to join us. Use code SpartanDAD for 25% off a race and tell us all about it. Head over to www.spartan.com and sign up for a race today.
In episode 123 we head back to the Northwest of the USA, Portland Oregon to be precise to taste the Westward Single Malt American Whiskey. We've loved other examples of Single Malts from the region but how will this compare? We also have some fun facts about Portland, a heatwave whisky recommendation as well as an important announcement.Find the full show notes for this episode at https://www.whiskyandthings.com/podcast/ep123-westward-single-malt-american-whiskey-from-portland-oregonSocial media:https://www.facebook.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.twitter.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.instagram.com/whiskyandthingspodcastWhisky and Things Podcast has been brought to you by “And Things Productions”Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/whiskyandthings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Awesome time hanging out with fellow StickMen Originals, Simp and Remy, on another great episode pairing the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood with the DBL Cigars by Francisco Almonte. Episode Content00:00 Introduction01:00 Loyal to Ash Cigar Subscription05:10 Simp is the Champ...... again07:34 Puffing on DBL Cigars10:15 Introducing The Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood12:00 History on Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood14:30 Nosing the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood16:05 Tasting the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood18:30 The Finish of the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood19:15 Thoughts on the Pairing of the DBL Cigar with the Balvenie 12 Year Double Wood25:00 The Final Verdict on the Balvenie 12 Year Double WoodHelp us to continue to make great content! Your donations are truly appreciated! - Puff, Sip, Chat Swag Available at: https://www.puffsipchat.com/- CashApp - $thestickmen- PayPal at https://www.paypal.com/donate hosted_button_id=3J2PBSCZDTFE6Puff, Sip, Chat is hosted by Reggie Kimble (aka StickMan #1) and Co-host Sean Simpson (aka StickMan Simp). What makes us unique is that we cover the Cigar and Whiskey scene in our neighborhoods across the globe. Look out for our Whiskey Reviews, Cigar Reviews and Interviews with the cigar lifestyle influencers that make what we do so much fun! Our motto is to always "Puff, Sip, Chat ... Repeat"Support the show
With the possibilities of empowering the business to create their own Intranet site that is based on the same template with Governance built in.Building a SharePoint site for the end user is like buying yourself a new 40th Birthday cigar lighter that is complex and needs a few You Tube videos to ensure you operate it correctly. Your Corporate SharePoint look book might just be the tool to do that.With the opportunities to automate your site creation by the users from the press of a button Marijn extends the concept to consider Governance capabilities that can add variety to the templates enabling both functionality and content protection based on the level of assurance the site requires.
This is the link to the Brainstorm Infographic used in the podcast, and at the end of the page is the link to buy a bottle of the great whisky we taste in this podcast, sponsored by Braeburn Whisky.BrainStorm - 33 Ways To Unlock More Software Value.Steve and Marijn took this sheet and pulled numbers from a bag to select random values to apply to the Values sheet provided by Brainstorm Inc. Use Polls: Marijn immediately thinks Dancing Poles and Steve reminds every one of their brilliant ideas to create a Gentlemen's Club together mode image. Microsoft have just released a new update to make it easier for polls to be included in meetings.Build Activities: Steve Takes this as an opportunity to consider gamification and the various performance scores available from Microsoft. They are all activity-based actions that generate indications that the tools are being used and actions are being taken byExplain Why the Change: Reference is made to the SouthCoast Summit where Steve and Marijn will be running a workshop at this event on Saturday 15th OctoberBring in an Expert: Bring in an Expert or call a friend was referenced and Steve has an opportunity to make his favourite Experts quote (listen to check it out) These people bring in their experience and ability to lead but Steve turns this around a little by saying for a M365 Project The Business are the experts!Be available for Help: Being available is possibly the best way to add value to the business. Steve asks Marijn how he ensures people have access to the resources that deliver success. A single point of contact is crucial for value which can be an email address or a SharePoint site or regular AMA sessions.Learn what your users need: Understand the User stories from a deep dive into the business getting to the coal face and describing what the users want to have delivered that will deliver value. Marijn described an approach used previous with a Mnemonic based on a Spy, in Dutch.Finally, Marijn points out that the value is what the user NEEDS not what IT thinks they want!Digitize Training: Marijn talks about learning pathways and Steve points out that the same courses are available in Viva Learning, so they are available in SharePoint and in MS Teams… Steve shares a few nuggets from Viva Learning and Marijn gets distracted by a ringing phone and cuts off the girlfriend… but I am a witness we are recording.Gather Feedback: It does not matter what the feedback is, just continue to get feedback. Steve suggests that you should kick off as early as possible with a poll before your awareness campaign kicks off to confirmPersonalise your Training: This about sing the Audience features to suggest training across the business. Think about the matrix of Role v Skills so that Managers do not need to know how to create a page, but it would be good for them to understand how audiences work. However, both need to understand pages and how they work.Custom videos or page instructions for the ‘feel' of the company so that they have customise training branded for the company that feels a little special.Our Sponsor Braeburn Whisky is described and of course Steve and Marijn have invested with Braeburn with 3 barrels between them already to do some cool things with
We're very lucky this week to be sampling another dram from Tasmania, in the form of the Fanny's Bay Single Malt Whisky. Our first 100% Malted Barley example from the Australian island, so we're very excited to see how it tastes and find out all about their story. We're also joined by Jamie Ryder, a hospitality copywriter, whisky fan and fiction author who likes to combine drinks, pop culture and philosophy. He's the editor of Yamato Magazine, a Japanese culture publication that celebrates Japanese drinks and more. He also runs Drink To That, a hospitality newsletter that promotes drinking stories and brands from all over the world. In addition, he's the creator of Tales Of The Frontier, a horror western world of monsters, magic and mayhem. His debut novella At The Dead Of Dusk is available now. Dave also shares the best drinks scientifically proven to keep you hydrated this Summer… very important!Find the full show notes for this episode at https://www.whiskyandthings.com/podcast/ep122-fannys-bay-single-malt-tasmanian-whisky-with-jamie-ryder-authorSocial media:https://www.facebook.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.twitter.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.instagram.com/whiskyandthingspodcastWhisky and Things Podcast has been brought to you by “And Things Productions”Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/whiskyandthings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we're heading back to Wales try the Aber Falls Single Malt Welsh Whisky. And not only that, to tell us all about this Whisky, the distillery and much more we welcome their Master Blender Kirstie McCallum onto the show. We also have a little look at how we've been scoring our our Whiskies so far, our consistency and Cricket… Yes, Cricket.Find the full show notes for this episode at https://www.whiskyandthings.com/podcast/ep121-aber-falls-single-malt-welsh-whisky-with-kirstie-mccallum-master-blenderSocial media:https://www.facebook.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.twitter.com/whiskyandthingshttps://www.instagram.com/whiskyandthingspodcastWhisky and Things Podcast has been brought to you by “And Things Productions”Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/whiskyandthings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
It's a special birthday episode so join us for FRIZZAPALOOZA! Frizzy Spice and Sassy Spice (Bob) celebrate with 15 year old Glenfarclas and the 90s chart-smashing album and movie, Spiceworld. Come hang as we cheers to the most successful girl group in history, fighting for badass girl power, Pepsi, and of course, Frizz.
Nate Gana holds tastings across the country, has an incredible Instagram presence, has written for Food and Wine and Forbes, and is also a good friend. I attempt to tell his story, but we really just end up having a great conversation about whiskey. PS - he's going to be in Nashville for Whisky Live on July 23rd and 24th. You can get tickets here: https://bevridge.co/event/whisky-live-usa/ Shop orcacoolers.com and use the code DADSEASON for 20% off your order. ORCA: For All of Life's Adventures. If you're a bourbon group, distillery, or store, get wholesale laser etched products at www.distilleryproducts.com Want to change your life with one simple move? Make a public commitment and put a date on the calendar and let's take on a Spartan Race together! We're putting together a global team and we want you to join us. Use code SpartanDAD for 25% off a race and tell us all about it. Head over to www.spartan.com and sign up for a race today
After Steve looked at Barriers to getting the information in #2 of the Wee Dram series and then was to create Impact in #3 in this episode, we look at Adapting your M365 adoption to maximise value. Business is in constant flow, and we take reference from 3 companies that innovated into different value streams. These examples, whilst mainstream, show that companies change and evolve. Ensuring that your M365 service can support that ensures value for both internal processes that support customer value. Nothing is ever finished in M365 as it changes and upgrades and enables new opportunities for value to be added constantly. So you need a plan! Planning to Evolve is discussed with some examples of user stories that show how to evolve your M365 in an environment of constant improvement. ... and then check out the finish with a quote from Gunny Highway (Clint Eastwood) quote from the Film Heartbreak Ridge!!
The hottest new taphouse in the SW Hills, Cascadia Taphouse's new Heights location. Owners Jesse and Rich want to invite the community to make themselves at home. Ryan gets down with Diamond, Damian harkens back to obscure 90s TV, and John brings a single malt spirit. Celebrating local business, entrepreneurs, and artists on this episode of Brew Happy!
It's official! Elixir Distillers, parent company of Port Askaig, Black Tot Rum, Single Malts of Scotland, Elements of Islay, and more, have purchased Tormore Distillery from Pernod Ricard. Joshua and Jason discuss. As usual, have a seat, have a pour, and listen in. Unless you're driving. If you're driving, be smart and stay sober but be sure to listen into the conversation! Special thanks to: - Weigh Down for allowing us to use their song "Where the Lifeless Go" as our theme song - Moana McAuliffe for designing our Podcast Logo - RØDE for making *really* great microphones - Focusrite for making awesome USB receivers - Olympus and Tascam for making fine mobile recording devices - Joshua Hatton for producing and editing
After talking about recently attended events we learn that Marijn likes only soft things against his skin, but the boys resist the opportunity for a fun discussion on this fact. They talk about the new news around AD and AAD groups where AAD groups can now be nested.There is disagreement about the copying of profiles and if the AAD groups also get copied across to new users based on another user... Steve thought not and Marijn started to doubt... but from a quick lookup it appears there is a user template option now available and some Microsoft Flows that will not assist in this role.Bon Vivant is Marijn's new Viva name, which is apparently a thingEventually, Steve and Marijn move on to the subject at hand which is Business Architecture. The idea being it is important to understand the business processes around this architecture and then use M365 architecture to add value to the areas that most need a change or improvement.We take a look at a specific Business architecture working across the business and for the podcast, we tool the Hire to Retire process. We take the various aspects of the process and choose the appropriate Microsoft365 application and tool that best improves that aspect of the process. Nothing is limited as this is after all only a podcast.And of course, neither Steve nor Marijn has to build this so reality can take a side-line. Especially when Steve takes an AI chat that creates an automatic Head-hunter application to go find the perfect candidate.After completing the process, it is time to relax with a whisky from Finland... so we finished the Finish whisky at the end of the podcast
Edición especial sobre los experimentos de Ardbeg con Fon Fhòid bajo tierra, y Galileo-Supernova en el espacio. No sólo sobre efectos en la maduración sino con el debut en el mundo de los NFT y las criptomonedas.
Division of the implementation of M365 into 3 spaces...Understanding the Need: Our primary communication is speech, it's the fastest way 2 human beings can exchange ideas, and frustrations and collaborate over solutions.Identify the current risks: Breaking down the processes that are prone to fail or that everyone understands are vulnerable for some reason.Ignore the normal: There are a few traditional ways of delivering M365 but if you want to deliver M365 with value then use everything you have learned to focus on what can Create Impact FasterCheck out Wee Dram EP2 and understand how you need to breakdown barriers to deliver M365 Value
This episode I get to talk to Neil Strachan, an ambassador for Balvenie Single Malt Scotch. We talk about his life bartending from a young age, to when he became an ambassador for a Single Malt that he loves. You have to hear the passion in this mans stories about #Balvenie! Remember to Share, Like, Comment and Subscribe! Leave me a voice message at: anchor.fm Official Hey Bartender Podcast Website Email: email@example.com Instagram, Facebook, TikTok: @heybartenderpodcast Country Wine and Spirits Use coupon code "HEYBARTENDER5" for 5% off your entire order! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heybartenderpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heybartenderpodcast/support
Aka: Beach bonfires and barbecue.... The Gentlemen taste this bottle of Torfa by Glenglassaugh. They are reminded of campfires of the past and 80's action moviestars. MST Rating: 7.975 Support the show
We identify quickly that Marijn is likely to suffer a little simply because of a high-sarcasm level within the evil mind of Steve during the recording. Steve sends his apologies!!Names of Internets got a little time which represents the point about style that the team use for the project. The Style, tone of voice, graphics, and word choice helps set the style of the project, training, look and feel etc. So often the name chosen will drive the style.Some thoughts on how the project is linked to the corporate brand, but the best advice is to have a feel of the corporate branding in whatever style you decide on for the communications and adoption of the project.Navigation gets a good minute or two both on style and importance before taxonomy has a few sarcastic comments that ensures it is not forgotten and an indication that it is important and something that needs to be taken seriously.Returning to the link to the company branding needs to be considered but the intranet and project communications should be aligned to the company style. Steve and not sure about how a company ethos is defined and by who and gets very deep on this wondering who makes the decisions.... Marijn is right in that M365 project needs to work alongside the way the company operates.We do agree on the fact that different companies need a different personality to the project and intranet, we know banks are more serious than a software house etc. Steve does need to let it go... companies find their own level it is not decided by ‘John' or any team.Marijn hits on the important point that whatever style/vibe/feel you decided on it should be consistent from beginning to the end and a strategy of style that everyone signs up forDon't let the style take away the main priority that M365 projects are about changing and improving communications and collaborationYou should not forget that you need to balance the audience needs and the company style. Legal people have a different mindset to engineers and marketing and the content is very different ranging from Serious to stories to data sheets. Maybe the pages and terms used on different divisions pages need varied styles.The Boys finish with a very rare whisky from this weeks Fies Ila festival from Islay in Scotland. We are very impressed with this year's edition from Kilchoman, the Fèis Ìle 2022 Edition.
What is the difference between a single malt and a blended scotch whisky? In this episode, I not only answer that question, but also do a side by side tasting of a single malt (Glenfiddich 12yr) and a blend (Chivas Regal 12yr)
On today's episode of SMS, The Historical Gamer (Everything is Management) and TortugaPowered (He's Got Lists!) welcome special guest Finnish Jager (Nothing to Plug) to discuss the huge topic of Strategy Games. Listen as the crew discuss what is, what isn't (nothing?) and what could be a management game, and why perhaps, all strategy games are management games.Thanks to Finnish Jager for coming on today's episode, it was a pleasure to have him.Thumbnail Made by Finnish JagerKapital: Sparks of Revolution: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1399700/Kapital_Sparks_of_Revolution/Cities Skylines: https://store.steampowered.com/app/255710/Cities_Skylines/Railroad Tycoon 3: https://store.steampowered.com/app/7610/Railroad_Tycoon_3/Roller Coaster Tycoon 3: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1368820/RollerCoaster_Tycoon_3_Complete_Edition/Captain of Industry: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1594320/Captain_of_Industry/Listen to the show on:Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/single-malt-strategy/id1148480371Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2YMkUR638whzsK2QD19RjW?si=LOwKPweeS7ix7ucYqo0WeAYouTube : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-nVRDDBCw0&list=PLTGFcT0l8dvCh90halCTbGfAAscaeqncLSpreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/45422258YouTube:TortugaPower - www.youtube.com/tortugapowerThe Historical Gamer - www.youtube.com/thehistoricalgamerTwitter :TortugaPower - @TortugaPowerYTThe Historical Gamer - @historicalgamer
In the first week of any new Job or contract you get introduces to people and teams telling you what is required, and what you need to deliver.Inevitable there is a reason when it has not been delivered before you arrive which means that your specific skills are needed to make it happen. Very often after over 30 years in the consultancy game, Steve finds that what the organisation thinks needs to happen is not what should be delivered. Steve shares his secrets of the first week and identifies Doors and barriers that you will come across but maybe you have not noticed. Doors and barriers are what shape the work you need to do, and your effectiveness in delivering value.Value is important as it balances the money you are taking out of the company, and we always want to ensure the company feels that they get value for money. In this podcast, you will find one or two ideas that will ensure your employer feels that way.
Wendy run us through the taste note of this special edition of the St. George distillery Single Malt Whiskey. This expression called Baller is one of their flagship. To know more about this expression and more about the brand visit https://stgeorgespirits.com/spirits Be sure to follow Wendy on IG or read her blog on 51ANDPROOF . Looking for a new glass to try your whiskey? Check out WHISDOM GLASS Use code TTIBP to get 10% of your first purchase. #whiskey #bourbon #singlemalt --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoodsom/support
What is the state of the law? Greg Olear talks to the entertainment attorney and Renaissance man Ethan Bearman about his origin story, the virtues of the Scottish Highlands, the precarious state of the legal system, the Supreme Court, Section 230, ABC's “Home Economics,” and the time when Jenna Ellis was still a nice person. Plus: it's a nice day for some. Follow Ethan Bearman: https://twitter.com/ethanbearman Watch The Five 8, Fridays at 5pm Pacific, 8pm Eastern. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0BRnRwe7yDZXIaF-QZfvhA Subscribe to the PREVAIL newsletter: https://gregolear.substack.com/about Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today we get to try three main releases of Sante Fe Spirits' Colkegan Single malt. These are the main expressions including one aged in an apple brandy barrel come with some very interesting flavors. To know more about these expressions and other releases visit COLKEGAN Looking for a new glass to try your whiskey? Check out WHISDOM GLASS Use code TTIBP to get 10% of your first purchase. #whiskey #singlemalt #santafe #newmexico --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoodsom/support
Wendy run us through the taste note of this special edition of the Balcones Texas single malt To more about the expressions of this brand visit BALCONES DISTILLERY(https://balconesdistilling.com) Be sure to follow Wendy on IG (https://www.instagram.com/tathelanaest83/)or read her blog on 51ANDPROOF (https://www.fiftyoneandproof.com/). Looking for a new glass to try your whiskey? Check out WHISDOM GLASS (https://whiskeywhisdom.com?via=hoodsommelier) Use code TTIBP to get 10% of your first purchase. #whiskey #bourbon #malt #texas --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoodsom/support
Show notes: May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and we thought it fitting to share with you our favorite books by Asian authors. Plus, Mia shares why she has a personal connection to this month. If you've been around our show before, you know that we try to read widely and diversely and love checking out “own voices” books especially - and the 10 books on this list do not disappoint. Get your TBRs ready, you know what to do! Click here to join us on Patreon to get an exclusive bookish goodie every single Friday. With fun bonus episode series like: Books We Both Love, Monthly Overflow Books, Bookish Conundrums, and The New Books in Our Lives plus a private community for RTL Book Nerds only, you're going to love being a part of our Patreon. Not only that, but you're helping to support our show by saying I LOVE WHAT YOU DO. Find the time stamped show notes below with links to all of the fun things we mentioned. Bookish Goodies: [7:18] Mia - Artemis by Andy Weir [9:09] Sarah - It's Okay to Be a Unicorn by Jason Tharp Books by Asian Authors: [13:05] Mia - Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See [14:32] Sarah - Everything I Never Told You by Celeste Ng [16:07] Mia - Songs of Willow Frost by Jamie Ford [17:53] Sarah - A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara [18:52] Mia - The Leavers by Lisa Ko [20:03] Sarah - To All the Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han [20:58] Mia - Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin [22:07] Sarah - The School for Good Mothers by Jessamine Chan [23:54] Mia - Saris and a Single Malt by Sweta Srivastava Vikram [25:31] Sarah - Sparks Like Stars by Nadia Hashimi [26:48] Bonus books: Mia - These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong Mia - The Rape of Nanking by Iris Chang Mia - In Order to Live by Yeonmi Park Sarah - The Swimmers by Julie Otsuka Sarah - The Cartographers by Peng Shepherd Sarah - Things We Lost to the Water by Eric Nguyen Sarah - Such Big Dreams by Reema Patel Sarah - That Kind of Mother by Rumman Alam Related episode: Listen to episode 26, 18 Books We Love by Black Authors Follow us on Instagram: @readingthroughlifepod Follow Sarah: @thekindredvoice Follow Mia: @miasutton55 * The books noted above contain affiliate links. This means that we may get a small kickback if you purchase through our links, at no additional cost to you.