Former Goldman CPO Dane Holmes wants to remind us all of a huge truth: processes may end—but people don't (you don't stop learning once you've completed your module). So why don't we look at Employee Experience that way?
On this episode of Christopher Lochhead: Follow Your Different, we go deep with one of my favorite people in Silicon Valley, Bruce Cleveland. Bruce Cleveland has had a career in Silicon Valley for over 40 years. And he's pretty much done it with building companies, technologies, categories, and brands, as well as working on and with some of Silicon Valley's best executive teams and entrepreneurs. He's been a successful investor. He's also a bestselling author. In fact, one of my favorite books is Traversing the Traction Gap, which he wrote. And I recommend it to all entrepreneurs. By the end of this dialogue, we hope you'll have gained radical new insights into how you can do legendary things in your life and career. Traversing the Traction Gap The conversation begins with a discussion of Bruce Cleveland's book, Traversing the Traction Gap. His best-selling book was praised by Silicon Valley insiders and many entrepreneurs for the information and insights it provided. Bruce shares that his reason for writing the books stems from people trying to make VC seem like a mystical thing, rather than explaining things in a clear way. “The reason I wrote it was because I began to grow pretty weary of really, really smart people not making it. Their companies not surviving for a variety of reasons. And they all tended to be pattern-matched against those reasons. I was also not happy with the venture community in its entirety, because I don't think it was honest with a lot of these entrepreneurs as to why they weren't getting investments, etc. And I kind of wanted to demystify those issues.” – Bruce Cleveland Bruce Cleveland on helping out entrepreneurs Another reason Bruce gives for writing out the book is that he wanted to help out fellow entrepreneurs who may be feeling lost, or guide those who are doing well into things that could make their ventures better. “The purpose and objective of this book was to share with entrepreneurs that, “hey, here's some things you could possibly do to significantly enhance the probability of success.” You know, we only get one shot at this life, I felt like I owed it back to the entrepreneurs of the world who take all the risk as to what I saw, from my vantage point, both as an operating exec and as an investor, to why I thought things weren't working for the vast majority of startups.” – Bruce Cleveland C3.ai and Enterprise AI The conversation then goes to Bruce's latest ventures into category creation. Together with Tom Siebel, they founded C3.ai, which delves into enterprise AI. Bruce then talks about how it came to be, and how working on C3.ai has been so far. “I think this is one of the benefits of having a CEO who understands and believes in category creation, is that it as your job as CMO becomes much easier to do.” – Bruce Cleveland When they started conceptualizing and creating the category of enterprise AI, the term wasn't even on the radar. While there were companies who were doing something similar to a lesser degree, it wasn't clearly defined, and no one was pursuing rapid advancement on it. Now, it's something that a lot of companies are looking at, and C3.ai is at the forefront of it. To hear more from Bruce Cleveland and how to have a legendary career in VC and tech, download and listen to this episode. Bio Bruce Cleveland's career in Tech spans more than 40 years as a venture investor and operating executive. He was a first investor and a board member of Marketo, which held an IPO in 2013 and was acquired in 2018 by Adobe for $4.75B. He was an early-stage investor in other notable companies such as C3.ai, Doximity, Vlocity, and Workday. Bruce also held senior executive roles in engineering, product management and product marketing at Apple, AT&T, C3.ai, Oracle and Siebel Systems. His book, Traversing the Traction Gap, is a prescriptive guide for startups and new product initiatives within larger companies helping teams to use ‘market engineering' techniques t...
For me, "a day in the life" is dependent on the time of year, the project I'm working on, the location I'm in & more. Every day is very different. And they have changed quite drastically from the beginning days of Kreation Talent Agency!
Time management can easily become something that leads to burnout when we aren't aware of how we spend our time. We may be planning our day poorly or feel like we've planned well, only to realize that we didn't plan actual prep time for the several meetings of that day. Your calendar is not only for active meetings, it can also be utilized for planning and prep for all of your meetings and different deliverables. Anna Dearmon Kornick is the host of It's About Time Podcast, a podcast about work, life and balance. She believes that busy is *not* a badge of honor, and that success and stress don't have to go hand in hand. Anna and Nichole talked about how you can be proactive and have great time management when you are in entry level roles that feel super reactive like you have zero time to follow up and get your day organized. When Anna mentions a workday shutdown routine and how important it is to shut off for your work day and how to trick your brain into thinking tasks are done that are still a work in progress, blew Nichole's mind. You're not going to want to miss it. Check out Anna's episode 3 Ways to Add More Structure to Your Workday Connect with Nichole on LinkedIn
This week, we've brought comedian Nish Kumar on for his regular torture treatment: being forced to hear the plot of a British politician's thriller novel. In this case, it's Ian Duncan Smith's 'The Devil's Tune' and it's easily the worst of any of these we've ever done. Hope you enjoy! Get the whole episode on Patreon here! https://www.patreon.com/posts/74458660 *AUSTRALIA ALERT* We're currently in Australia, and there are tickets available for the show in Canberra: https://au.patronbase.com/_StreetTheatre/Productions/TFLP/Performances *BRITAINOLOGY ALERT* We've added a live show in Melbourne on the 19th of November in which Nate and Milo will present Britainology! Get tickets here: https://tccinc.sales.ticketsearch.com/sales/salesevent/79853
LOTS of guests today! First, we talk to Terri Gerstein about Republicans playacting as pro working class folks. Then we talk to Kermit Moore and Wes Trotterchaud about the fight to keep "right to work" OUT of the TN constitution. We round out the main show talking to Sarah Lazare about the NFIB pushing for more child labor.✦ ABOUT ✦The Valley Labor Report is the only union talk radio show in Alabama, elevating struggles for justice and fairness on the job, educating folks about how they can do the same, and bringing relevant news to workers in Alabama and beyond.Our single largest source of revenue *is our listeners* so your support really matters and helps us stay on the air!Make a one time donation or become a monthly donor on our website or patreon:TVLR.FMPatreon.com/thevalleylaborreportVisit our official website for more info on the show, membership, our sponsors, merch, and more: https://www.tvlr.fmFollow TVLR on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheValleyLab...Follow TVLR on Twitter: @LaborReportersFollow Jacob on Twitter: @JacobM_ALFollow TVLR Co-Creator David Story on Twitter: @RadiclUnionist✦ CONTACT US ✦Our phone number is 844-899-TVLR (8857), call or text us live on air, or leave us a voicemail and we might play it during the show!✦ OUR ADVERTISERS KEEP US ON THE AIR! ✦Support them if you can.The attorneys at MAPLES, TUCKER, AND JACOB fight for working people. Let them represent you in your workplace injury claim. Mtandj.com; (855) 617-9333The MACHINISTS UNION represents workers in several industries including healthcare, the defense industry, woodworking, and more. iamaw44.org (256) 286-3704 / email@example.comDo you need good union laborers on your construction site, or do you want a union construction job? Reach out to the IRONWORKERS LOCAL 477. Ironworkers477.org 256-383-3334 (Jeb Miles) / firstname.lastname@example.orgThe NORTH ALABAMA DSA is looking for folks to work for a better North Alabama, fighting for liberty and justice for all. Contact / Join: DSANorthAlabama@gmail.comIBEW LOCAL 136 is a group of over 900 electricians and electrical workers providing our area with the finest workforce in the construction industry. You belong here. ibew136.org Contact: (205) 833-0909IFPTE - We are engineers, scientists, nonprofit employees, technicians, lawyers, and many other professions who have joined together to have a greater voice in our careers. With over 80,000 members spread across the U.S. and Canada, we invite you and your colleagues to consider the benefits of engaging in collective bargaining. IFPTE.org Contact: (202) 239-4880THE HUNTSVILLE INDUSTRIAL WORKERS OF THE WORLD is a union open to any and all working people. Call or email them today to begin organizing your workplace - wherever it is. On the Web: https://hsviww.org/ Contact: (256) 651-6707 / email@example.comENERGY ALABAMA is accelerating Alabama's transition to sustainable energy. We are a nonprofit membership-based organization that has advocated for clean energy in Alabama since 2014. Our work is based on three pillars: education, advocacy, and technical assistance. Energy Alabama on the Web: https://alcse.org/ Contact: (256) 812-1431 / firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union represents in a wide range of industries, including but not limited to retail, grocery stores, poultry processing, dairy processing, cereal processing, soda bottlers, bakeries, health care, hotels, manufacturing, public sector workers like crossing guards, sanitation, and highway workers, warehouses, building services, and distribution. Learn more at RWDSU.infoThe American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is the largest federal employee union proudly representing 700,000 federal and D.C. government workers nationwide and overseas. Learn more at AFGE.orgAre you looking for a better future, a career that can have you set for life, and to be a part of something that's bigger than yourself? Consider a skilled trades apprenticeship with the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades. Learn more at IUPAT.orgUnionly is a union-focused company created specifically to support organized labor. We believe that providing online payments should be simple, safe, and secure. Learn more at unionly.ioHometown Action envisions inclusive, revitalized, and sustainable communities built through multiracial working class organizing and leadership development at the local and state level to create opportunities for all people to thrive. Learn more at hometownaction.orgMembers of IBEW have some of the best wages and benefits in North Alabama. Find out more and join their team at ibew558.org ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Michelle Ziegmann and Vicki Breitinger of the California College of the Arts (CCA) recently joined the FOCUS podcast to discuss their experience redesigning student services. CCA is a nonprofit art and design college in San Francisco, California, with around 1,500 students across 34 degree programs. The college serves as a great case study for other campuses as they begin to rethink their student experiences. Ziegmann is the Associate Vice President for Technology Services and oversees enterprise systems, network cybersecurity, application development, the help desk, data governance, computing, and staff. Breitinger is CCA's Director of Student Accounts, managing student financial service processes and policy, maintaining alignment to student success initiatives, and supporting enrollment management goals. Together, they were able to work with their teams to undertake new initiatives to redefine CCA's student experience. Read more to learn about their process, what they discovered and implemented, and their advice for other institutions getting ready to redesign their student services. The right foundation Ziegmann has spoken at TouchNet's annual user conference, COMTEC, about CCA's digital transformations (https://go.touchnet.com/l/652093/2022-11-04/pb7lf) and how they set the institution's processes up to be as successful as they are today. She believes the implementation of Workday kicked the institution into high gear and replaced on-premises enterprise resource planning (ERP) with fully-cloud functions. CCA also implemented TouchNet payment and ID management solutions with Workday to create comprehensive student services. The college focused on creating an ecosystem of secure, reliable, and robust solutions that worked well together in terms of data exchange and user experience. They also sought innovative partners to offer the features Ziegmann and Breitinger's teams were looking for. With the combination of strategic partners, CCA created a solid foundation going into the pandemic years that could properly respond to the changing campus needs. Services Redesign Initiative Along with the obvious challenges it presented, the pandemic also brought new opportunities to CCA. Many departments reengineered the way they delivered services and collaborated with each other, and many staff did not want to return to campus, feeling their responsibilities could be better met remotely. Additionally, there were safety concerns for students and faculty coming back to campus during the pandemic, compounded by space issues due to postponed construction. The Service Redesign Initiative took a closer look at the opportunities and problems posed, ultimately developing a strategy to move forward. Comprised of an interdisciplinary group of staff, the initiative took on researching the dilemma, conducting interviews, surveys, and focus groups to identify the pros and cons of remote service deliveries and working. The team sought to radically reenvision how CCA delivered services that maximized staff capabilities, minimized the on-campus staff footprint, and allowed them to be more effective in meeting student and faculty needs. Reengineering services Based on the findings and recommendations, CCA developed four different initiatives to move forward. The first is to define staff work modes, which was previously an HR function. They worked with senior leadership to look at all faculty positions and make determinations of whether they were best served on campus, hybrid, or remote. The second is called The Business of Being a Student, focusing on integrated student services and how to deliver those in a way that meets student needs. This comes from stronger department collaborations and understanding the interdependencies of each role within divisions and the systems around student service goals. “This change really means that we are focusing on integrated services, and this has optimized the student experience and strengthening of our students and people resources, providing a more streamlined and targeted experience as students focus on the business of students,” says Breitinger. Breitinger's focus is on billing, financial aid, access and registration, advising, and housing, the office of Student Accounts discovered that a hybrid model worked best to deliver these services, allowing students to get help on-campus or virtually from the OneStop Shop. This allowed CCA to convey to students the ins and outs of how to navigate their business needs effectively. This holistic approach gives students a better understanding of what they need to do, why they need to do it, how they do it, and who they need to talk to. Reevaluating communication and maintaining consistency across communications to students was also integral in this second initiative. CCA also began to look at on-campus workspaces, which was greatly informed by the newly defined staff work modes and how student services would be delivered. They looked at spaces to strategize how to optimize them for the student experience. The institution primarily ended up with a hot desk model with smaller collaboration spaces and very few dedicated private offices. CCA's final focus area was staff wellbeing. Fully remote staff were struggling to stay connected to campus and their peers. They are working to make sure all staff feels valued, connected, and collaborative no matter their work mode. Bringing it all together With these four initiatives spanning across different offices and departments, Ziegmann's team is now focusing on prioritizing systems and how to support offices and their processes. Her team works on making sure everything runs smoothly by holding regular meetings to discuss what's working and what's not, and interdependencies in business processes. With their OneCard Campus ID, Ziegmann wants to aid departments in understanding that while it's one system, each office uses it uniquely and needs processes that work together. They focus on department goals, extending beyond the technology into how they can help divisions accomplish their goals. When problems do arise, their toolkit made of TouchNet, Google, and Workday is able to solve them almost immediately. Final thoughts Although CCA is a prime example of a successful redesigned student service experience, Ziegmann and Breitinger have their sights set on the future as they continue to reevaluate and better their initiatives. Breitinger is excited for the institution to embark on international student payment integrations and new ways to issue refunds. She sees opportunities driven by student finance best practices, federal regulations, and banking requirements. Ziegmann is ready to rebuild post-pandemic enrollment and continue down CCA's path to data driven empowerment. She's focused on cybersecurity as the institution has become cloud-reliant. Their greatest piece of advice for other institutions seeking to reimagine their student experiences is to work collaboratively with faculty and make sure the right platforms and strategic partners are in place for success. Special Guests: Michelle Ziegmann and Vicki Breitinger.
Data turns “Take your Daughter to Work Day” into “Make Your Daughter at Work Day”! Data's always trying to be a better android who wants to be a person. He's tried his hand at comedy, whistling, detectiv-ing, and making love to women-ing. Now, this crazy robot wants to understand what it's like to be a dad! Data returns from a cybernetics conference with a positronic brain full of new ideas! Our favorite android tells his pals that he can transfer his neural network into another being! An offspring who he names Lal! Hey, we know people have their hobbies on this ship: Picard builds tiny ships in bottles, Wesley invents microscopic life forms, Deana sits there a lot, and Riker, he collects alien girlfriends. When Jean Luc learns that Data has created new life, he has to wrestle with the moral complications that come with Data's planned parenthood. One of these complications being mean ol' Admiral Haftel from Starfleet wanting to take Data's daughter for research! Anyone see Measure of a Man? Anyone? Will Data keep his daughter out of the clutches of the Starfleet Science division? Will Picard reference his one man show? Will Data learn how to love and, more importantly use a contraction?Even more available at: https://tngeez.com
Healthcare experts KC Whitehead of KPMG and Keith Lohkamp of Workday discuss how healthcare organizations can use technology to overcome talent shortages, supply chain disruptions, and tight operating margins. https://blog.workday.com/en-us/2022/workday-podcast-pushing-pedal-healthcare-digital-acceleration-kpmg.html
#cloudcomputing #cio #womenintech The growth of cloud computing has led large organizations to significant IT transformation, with the goal of reducing costs and improving agility. But how can companies adapt their processes to these new demands? In this episode, we speak with Stacy Carron, CIO of Stout, a boutique investment bank, about the firm's technology strategy.Stacy describes Stout's transformation to a cloud-first approach as critical to their IT strategy, which has brought both financial and operational benefits.The conversation covers these topics:● Tell us about Stout and the Chief Information Officer role?● Describe your cloud-first journey?● What are the advantages of cloud computing?● Are there risks associated with cloud migration?● What are the benefits of cloud adoption?● What are the challenges of cloud migration?● How did Workday support your cloud strategy?● What is the impact of a cloud-first strategy on the CIO and IT organization?● How does cloud computing change the CIO role?● What is the impact of cloud o[n CIO metrics and KPIs?● What advice do you have for CIOs looking at public cloud services?Read the complete transcript: https://www.cxotalk.com/episode/cio-strategy-managing-cloud-first-transformationStacy Carron is Stout's Chief Information Officer. With over 22 years of information systems and technology experience, Stacy serves as a principal in the development of technological solutions for the firm and its clients, leads technology diligence and integration projects related to acquisitions, and is a key contributor to the firm's strategic planning and critical business projects.Stacy led Stout's infrastructure migration to a cloud-first platform and continually implements security systems and platforms to combat and scale the firm and clients along the ever-changing security landscape. Her additional areas of expertise include optimization of internal technology systems, network administration, software development, collaborative technology implementation, custom development of internal systems, technology compliance, strategic planning, project management, communications planning, and firm facilities management, including numerous office-relocation projects.In 2022, Stacy was nominated as a finalist for the Michigan CIO© ORBIE® Awards for demonstrating excellence in technology leadership.
WWE Raw 10/31/22 full show review, results, highlights, and livestream post show with JDfromNY on Off The Script. WWE Raw review for October 31st, 2022 with JDfromNY. Monday Night Raw was the GO HOME show for the brand before WWE Crown Jewel on Saturday afternoon, with a major title change, and Roman Reigns appearance on Monday Night. Also, Seth Rollins vs Austin Theory. Damage CTRL (Dakota Kai, and IYO SKY) defend the WWE Tag Team Championships against Asuka, and Alexa Bliss. Otis vs Matt Riddle in a "Trick Or Street Fight" Match. The Miz vs Mustafa Ali. Bianca Belair vs Nikki Cross in a Non Title Match, and WWE Investigates with Johnny Gargano as he reveals why Dexter Lumis really has been going after The Miz. Join the Off The Script VIP Club: https://www.youtube.com/c/JDfromNY206/join Socials
For Vice President of Learning and Leadership at Walmart Brandon Carson, the systems we put in place ARE the employee experience. And if we want to change that, we need to help not just the cognitive worker, but that often-neglected other constituency in the EX debate—their physical worker equivalents.
In the highly regulated financial services industry, gaining insights and simplified reporting capabilities is essential. Learn how companies can solve their most pressing needs and be more agile with Workday's Industry Accelerator for Banking and Capital Markets. https://blog.workday.com/en-us/2022/workday-podcast-transforming-banking-capital-markets.html
In this episode of the Breaking Changes podcast, Kin Lane is joined by Mamta Suri, Former Senior Manager Software Development for Time Tracking at Workday, talking about the importance of diversity and business alignment across API operations, but halfway through our interview Mamta turned the tables and began interviewing Kin Lane about what he has learned about APIs doing the show.
Insurance companies must innovate and transform their finance, human resources, and planning operations to adapt to a changing world. Dave Zager from Deloitte and Jay Rabinowitz from Workday talk about the trends impacting companies, embracing tech to fuel growth, and how Workday's Industry Accelerator program can help. https://blog.workday.com/en-us/2022/workday-podcast-helping-insurance-firms-accelerate-cloud.html
While data may be free-flowing and abundant for HR leaders, there isn't always a clear path to gaining real insights from it. Our guest on this episode is familiar with that challenge, and he spends his time finding ways to glean real-life answers from all that data. Jay Chang, Executive Director of HR Analytics at Comcast, joined us to talk about how they use Workday Prism Analytics to turn data into insights. https://blog.workday.com/en-us/2022/workday-podcast-comcast-data-insights-workday-prism-analytics.html
Special Thanks to our podcast sponsor, Obsidian Security. We are really excited to share today's show on SaaS Security Posture Management. Please note we have Ben Johnson stopping by the show so please stick around and enjoy. First let's go back to the basics: Today most companies have already begun their journey to the cloud. If you are in the midst of a cloud transformation, you should ask yourself three important questions: How many clouds are we in? What data are we sending to the cloud to help the business? How do we know the cloud environments we are using are properly configured? Let's walk through each of these questions to understand the cyber risks we need to communicate to the business as well as focus on one Cloud type that might be forecasting a major event. First let's look at the first question. How many clouds are we in? It's pretty common to find organizations still host data in on premises data centers. This data is also likely backed up to a second location just in case a disaster event occurs and knocks out the main location. Example if you live in Florida you can expect a hurricane. When this happens you might expect the data center to lose power and internet connectivity. Therefore it's smart to have a backup location somewhere else that would be unlikely to be impacted by the same regional event. We can think of our primary data center and our backup data center as an On-Premises cloud. Therefore it's the first cloud that we encounter. The second cloud we are likely to encounter is external. Most organizations have made the shift to using Cloud Computing Service providers such as Amazon Web Services, Azure, Google Cloud Platform, or Alibaba. Each of these cloud providers has a multitude of offerings designed to help organizations reduce the need to host IT services on premises. Now if you are using both on-premises and a cloud computing provider such as AWS, congratulations you are in what is known as a hybrid cloud environment. If you use multiple cloud computing providers such as AWS and Azure then you are in a multi-cloud environment. Notice the difference between terms. Hybrid cloud means you host on premises and use an external cloud provider, whereas multi-cloud means you use multiple external cloud providers. If you are using a Common Cloud platform like AWS, Azure, or GCP then you can look into a Gartner Magic Quadrant category known as Cloud Workload Protection Platforms. Here you might encounter vendors like Palo Alto Prisma Cloud, Wiz, or Orca who will provide you with recommendations for your cloud configuration settings. So let's say your organization uses on premises and AWS but not Azure or GCP. Does that mean you only have two clouds? Probably not. You see there's one more type of cloud hosted service that you need to understand how to defend. The most common cloud model organizations leverage is Software as a Service commonly pronounced as (SaaS). Frankly we don't hear about SaaS security being discussed much which is why we are doing a deep dive on its security in this episode. We think there's a real danger of SaaS clouds turning from a nice cloud that gently cools down a hot summer day into a severe weather storm that can cause an event. So let's look at SaaS Security in more depth. SaaS refers to cloud hosted solutions whereby vendors maintain most everything. They run the application, they host the data, they host runtime environments, middleware, operating systems, virtualization technologies, servers, storage, and networking. It can be a huge win to run SaaS solutions since it minimizes the need to have IT staff running all of these IT services. Example: Hiring HVAC folks to ensure we have proper heating and cooling for servers on premises won't add new sales revenue to the business. Now that you understand why SaaS is important you should ask yourself. How many external SaaS providers are we sending sensitive data to? Every company is different but most can expect to find dozens to hundreds of SaaS based solutions. Examples of external SaaS solutions commonly encountered by most businesses include: Service Now or Jira in use as a ticketing service, Salesforce for customer relationship management Workday for HR information G Suite or Microsoft Office 365 in use to send emails and create important documents Github as a source code repository for developers Zoom for virtual teleconferences Slack for instant messaging like conversations Okta for Identity and Access Management Once you build out an inventory of your third parties hosted SaaS solutions, you need to understand the second question. What kind of data is being sent to each service? Most likely it's sensitive data. Customer PII and PCI data might be stored in Salesforce, Diversity or Medical information for employees is stored in Workday, Sensitive Algorithms and proprietary software code is stored in GitHub, etc. OK so if it is data that we care about then we need to ensure it doesn't get into the wrong hands. We need to understand why we care about SaaS based security which is commonly known as SaaS Security Posture Management. Let's consider the 4 major benefits of adopting this type of service. Detection of Account Compromise. Today bad actors use man in the middle attacks to trick users to give their passwords and MFA tokens to them. These attacks also provide the session cookie credentials that allow a website to know a user has already been authenticated. If attackers replay these session cookie credentials there's no malware on the endpoints. This means that Antivirus and EDR tools don't have the telemetry they need to detect account compromise. Therefore, you need log data from the SaaS providers to see anomalous activity such as changing IP addresses on the application. Note we talked about this attack in much more detail on episode 87 From Hunt Team to Hunter with Bryce Kunze. In addition to detecting account compromises, we see that SaaS security posture management solutions also improve detection times and response capabilities. Let's just say that someone in your organization has their login credentials to Office 365 publicly available on the dark web. So a bad actor finds those credentials and logs into your Office 365 environment. Next the bad actor begins downloading every sensitive file and folder they can find. Do you have a solution that monitors Office 365 activity for Data Loss Prevention? If not, then you are probably going to miss that data breach. So be sure to implement solutions that both log and monitor your SaaS providers so you can improve your SaaS incident detection and response capabilities. A third benefit we have seen is improvements to configuration and compliance. You can think of news articles where companies were publicly shamed when they lost sensitive data by leaving it in a Public Amazon S3 bucket when it should have been private. Similarly there are settings by most SaaS solutions that need to be configured properly. The truth is many of these settings are not secure by default. So if you are not looking at your SaaS configurations then access to sensitive data can become a real issue. Here's an all too common scenario. Let's say your company hires an intern to write a custom Salesforce page that shows customer documents containing PII. The new intern releases updates to that webpage every two weeks. Unfortunately the intern was never trained on all of the Salesforce best practices and creates a misconfiguration that allows customer invoices to be discovered by other customers. How long would this vulnerability be in production before it's detected by a bad actor? If you think the answer is < 90 days, then performing yearly penetration tests is probably too slow to address the brand damage your company is likely to incur. You need to implement a control that finds vulnerabilities in hours or days not months. This control might notify you of compliance drift in real time when your Salesforce configuration stopped meeting a CIS benchmark. Now you could pay a penetration testing provider thousands of dollars each week to continually assess your Salesforce environment, but that would become too cost prohibitive. So focus on being proactive by switching from manual processes such as penetration testing to things that can be automated via tooling The fourth major benefit that we observe is proper access and privilege management. Here's one example. For critical business applications you often need to enforce least privilege and prevent the harm that one person can cause. Therefore, it's common to require two or more people to perform a function. Example: One developer writes the new code for a customer facing website, another developer reviews the code to detect if there's any major bugs or glaring issues that might cause brand damage. Having a solution that helps mitigate privilege creep ensures that developers don't increase their access. Another example of the importance to proper access management occurs when bad employees are fired. When a bad employee is fired, then the company needs to immediately remove their access to sensitive data and applications. This is pretty easy when you control access via a Single Sign On solution. Just disable their account in one place. However many SaaS providers don't integrate with SSO/SAML. Additionally the SaaS website is generally internet accessible so people can work from home even if they are not on a corporate VPN. Therefore it's common to encounter scenarios where bad employees are fired and their account access isn't removed in a timely manner. The manager probably doesn't remember the 15 SaaS accounts they granted to an employee over a 3 year time frame. When fired employees are terminated and access isn't removed you can generally expect an audit finding, especially if it's on a SOX application. OK so now that we talked about the 4 major drivers of SaaS Security Posture Management (detection of account compromise, improved detection and response times, improvements to configuration and compliance, and proper access and privilege management) let's learn from our guest who can tell us some best practices with implementation. Now I'm excited to introduce today's guest: Ben Johnson Live Interview Well thanks again for taking time to listen to our show today. We hoped you learning about the various clouds we are in (On Premises, Cloud Computing Vendors, and SaaS), Understanding the new Gartner Magic Quadrant category known as SaaS Security Posture Management. So if you want to improve your company's ability on SaaS based services to: detect account compromise, improve detection and response times, improve configuration and compliance, and proper access and privilege management Remember if you liked today's show please take the 5 seconds to leave us a 5 star review with your podcast provider. Thanks again for your time and Stay Safe out there.
There's a delicate balancing act for HR leaders as they seek to get the most out of their Workday implementation: what to leave to the power of the system, and what's best for humans to manage. But when that balance is struck, it's the best of both worlds. In this episode, Todd Scott, Director of the Workday Solutions Organization at Cisco Systems, sat down with us to share what he's learned about building internal talent and support teams. https://blog.workday.com/en-us/2022/workday-podcast-building-internal-talent-support-teams-cisco-systems.html
The Big Themes:Employee experience and Skills Academies: The concept of employee experience has been buzzy for many years, but the focus is shifting from perks to career advancement, reskilling, and equitable pay.Tech as an enabler for change, not a leader of change: Transforming businesses, business models, and employee experiences should be driven by process and change management, with tech playing a supporting role.Big fish want to swim in small HR ponds: Leading HR vendors like Oracle, Workday, and SAP are starting to evolve their offerings to appeal to mid-market customers, in addition to their traditional huge enterprise clients.The Big Quote: "Customers were giving a lot of grace to vendors for getting through, making do, being really creative, helping them out of really challenging situations... That was 2021. The year of grace is over." Connect with Bonnie on LinkedIn or send a message via her Acceleration Economy Analyst page.
Joy is key to tackling big challenges - especially during a time of uncertainty. Leaders share strategies to rethink everything from meetings, individual success, to-do lists and more. This episode features insights from: Nela Richardson, Chief Economist, ADP; Alex Liu, Managing Partner and Chairman, Kearney; Chano Fernandez, Co-CEO, Workday.
Which ERP is designed for people-centric industries in mind? It is the one that Oracle acquired. And got two major ERP brands in one go. In fact, this brand was so big that they ended up rebranding some of JD Edward's ERP assets to this one. This is also the Workday of the 80s and 90s. And the first Windows HRMS application in the era when most other systems were mainframe-based. In fact, the founder of this ERP co-founded Workday. Any guesses yet? If you guessed PeopleSoft, then yes, you are right. It's the ERP that is still supported by Oracle and is majorly used by universities and public-sector organizations.In today's episode, we invited a panel of industry experts for a live discussion on LinkedIn to conduct an independent review of Oracle PeopleSoft's capabilities. We covered many grounds, including which industries would be a fit for Oracle PeopleSoft and its history being as popular as Workday in the 80s. Finally, we discussed its features such as overlap % with project scheduling, workflow capabilities, and delegate management features.For more information on growth strategies for SMBs using ERP and digital transformation, visit our community at wbs.rocks or elevatiq.com. To ensure that you never miss an episode of the WBS podcast, subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform.
With President Biden's executive order on workplace diversity, U.S. federal agencies have an opportunity to better attract, develop, and retain talent that “looks like America.” Dr. Gina Guillaume-Joseph, CTO of government at Workday, joins us to share how government leaders can improve their diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA) initiatives. https://blog.workday.com/en-us/2022/workday-podcast-building-more-inclusive-federal-government.html
For leadership expert and author Ashley Goodall, we get the employee experience consistently wrong because we just don't want to look at the way humans really are out-of-the-box. Is he right?
Brother Soul - Midweek Workday Chill Mix 159Open form, Genre Free, youll never know what your going to hear! Around the world with Brother Soul its a mixed up kinda show! #midweekworkdaychillmix w/Brother Soul (Philly/Baltimore/UK)Wednesday6pm to 8pm BST1pm to 3pm EST#brothersoul #iambrothersoul #iamdjbrothersoulCome Vibe OUT Directly from the Sourcehttps://stream.labr.online/If you're on the go?Android: RadioDroid App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.programmierecke.radiodroid2Iphone: Cuteradio https://apps.apple.com/de/app/cuterdio-internet-radio-app/id1489513385Do A Search for LABR, & There You Are. Streaming 24/7 all the LABR Collective Members shows that you might've missed. And a few extra's in between.Find us at ALL of these places also. https://labr.onlineFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/labrloveabrotherradioTwitter: @labr4thepeople Amy Grady c/oBrother Soul
We're mid-season and to celebrate, Simi welcomes Yamini Rangan, CEO of HubSpot to Trailblazers. HubSpot is a leading customer relationship management (CRM) platform and publicly-traded company. Prior to becoming CEO, Yamini served as the company's first-ever Chief Customer Officer. In September 2021, she succeeded CEO Brian Halligan, the co-founder of HubSpot who had served as CEO for the 15 years since the company's inception. A tech industry veteran, Yamini has more than 25 years of experience ranging from product marketing, sales, and strategy. She previously served as Chief Customer Officer at Dropbox, where she was responsible for embedding a customer focus across the organization. Before Dropbox, she served as the VP of sales strategy and operations at Workday and she held several customer-facing leadership roles at SAP. Yamini holds a bachelor's degree in electronics engineering, a Master's in Computer Engineering and an MBA from Berkeley. In 2019, she was recognized as one of the most influential women in business. In this episode, she takes us on her journey through tech, sharing how she found her sweet spot in customer-facing leadership and her transition to the top job. For more episodes, visit southasiantrailblazers.com. Subscribe to our newsletter to get new episodes in your inbox. Follow us @southasiantrailblazers on Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Youtube.
It started out as just a 15 minute break from computer work on a busy and exhausting Tuesday morning. But before she knew it, Amy was having an adventure in rewilding. Hear what she discovered when she took the advice of one recent Humans Outside podcast guest. Listen now. Connect with this episode: Join the Humans Outside Challenge Follow Humans Outside on Facebook Follow Humans Outside on Instagram Some of the good stuff: [:45] Favorite podcasting stuff [1:07] Which is how I got here on a Tuesday [1:28] It all started with a walk break [2:00] The question was the next step [3:02] When one thing leads to another [3:25] And when it was over. …
Technology helped the professional services industry weather the uncertainty of the past couple of years. On this episode, Jon Milkovich, director of Workday financials at ERPA, talks about the benefits of automation, employee experience, and change management. https://blog.workday.com/en-us/2022/workday-podcast-automation-drives-professional-services-industry-improve-business-outcomes.html
Why is an insurance carrier at Workday Rising? Rich and Polly relate how Unum was the first carrier to become a software partner with Workday®, allowing the two systems to directly exchange data in real time without file feeds. Listen to learn how Unum HR Connect helps Workday users reclaim time spent on benefits administration, leave management and evidence of insurability.
Strategies to Own Your Workday - Sharing 10 steps to feeling MORE successful while you work! Whether your workday consists of an office, a classroom, your home office, or your full-time mom duties - on this episode of The Best Day Podcast I am sharing your step-by-step guide to a successful day of work. These helpful strategies are just what you need to start your week off on the right footing! You got this friend! CHECK OUT https://softserenitycandles.com/ (MY FAVORITE CANDLES) - use code GRACEFULANDFREE to save 15% off your purchase! CONNECT WITH US! ~Follow along over on Instagram https://instagram.com/thebestdaypodcast (@thebestdaypodcast) and https://www.instagram.com/gracefulandfree/ (@gracefulandfree) ~Hang out with us in our https://my.captivate.fm/facebook.com/groups/489444042904022 (Facebook group)! ~Be sure to SUBSCRIBE and leave a 5-star, written review! https://view.flodesk.com/pages/62dde68a03e5892a03493def (~JOIN OUR MAILING LIST!) Have the BEST day! xo. Haley
In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover talks with Sameera Moinpour about how to scale OKRs in large, complex organizations. Sameera Moinpour (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sameera-moinpour-74236873/) is VP of Customer Success at WorkBoard Inc. Sameera leads the customer success team at WorkBoard and is perhaps the most experienced OKR coach anywhere. She's helped hundreds of organizations tailor the OKR process to their culture and align on outcomes. Sameera has coached over 1,000 teams to set and align OKRs. She is a member of the Results Foundry faculty and works directly with Microsoft, Cisco, Reliance, Workday and other large enterprises. Sameera has a Bachelor's degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz and has lived and worked in Spain. Please consider supporting the podcast on Patreon and leaving a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out Ka'Chava at www.Kachava.com/HCI. Check out BELAY here. Check out BetterHelp at www.BetterHelp.com/HCI to explore plans and options! Check out the HCI Academy: Courses, Micro-Credentials, and Certificates to Upskill and Reskill for the Future of Work! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Future Leader. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine. Each HCI Podcast episode (Program, ID No. 592296) has been approved for 0.50 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, aPHRi™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brother Soul - Midweek Workday Chill Mix 158Open form, Genre Free, youll never know what your going to hear! Around the world with Brother Soul its a mixed up kinda show! #midweekworkdaychillmix w/Brother Soul (Philly/Baltimore/UK)Wednesday6pm to 8pm BST1pm to 3pm EST#brothersoul #iambrothersoul #iamdjbrothersoulCome Vibe OUT Directly from the Sourcehttps://stream.labr.online/If you're on the go?Android: RadioDroid App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.programmierecke.radiodroid2Iphone: Cuteradio https://apps.apple.com/de/app/cuterdio-internet-radio-app/id1489513385Do A Search for LABR, & There You Are. Streaming 24/7 all the LABR Collective Members shows that you might've missed. And a few extra's in between.Find us at ALL of these places also. https://labr.onlineFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/labrloveabrotherradioTwitter: @labr4thepeople Amy Grady c/oBrother Soul
NetSuite wasted no time making significant product announcements at its annual SuiteWorld conference. First, Oracle NetSuite unveiled NetSuite AP Automation which embeds banking services into a cloud ERP system to help organizations improve profitability by making it easier and faster to process bills and pay vendors all from within NetSuite. NetSuite went on to announce NetSuite CPQ to enable sales teams to quickly configure, price, and quote complex products with complete accuracy and reliability, directly in NetSuite. Next, NetSuite demonstrated its commitment to improving warehouse operations with the release of NetSuite Ship Central, a mobile application that helps organizations optimize operations, eliminate manual processes, and accelerate customer deliveries, while equipping warehouse workers with packing and shipping capabilities on a mobile or kiosk device. Finally, NetSuite announced updates to NetSuite Analytics Warehouse, simplifying data management, accelerating time to insights, and providing access to more pre-built third-party data integrations and industry-specific content. Gartner released its Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises. Within the leader quadrant, Oracle Fusion Cloud ERP, Workday, SAP S/4HANA, and Oracle NetSuite have secured their positions. Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Infor settled into the visionaries quadrant, and finally, the niche players quadrant is concentrated with SAP Business ByDesign, Sage Intacct, Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central, and FinancialForce. UKG announced the company has been named the overall Winner in its category for the AnitaB.org 2022 Top Companies for Women Technologists, landing the highest overall score of any company with 1,000-10,000 technical employees. In a separate honor, UKG also earned a “Social Impact” award from Ragan for its UKG Close the Gap Initiative, aimed at reaching pay equity in the workplace, with UKG pledging to continue to invest in education, training, and the technology and tools needed to ensure equity of pay, both internally for UKG and its customers.https://www.erpadvisorsgroup.com866-499-8550LinkedIn:https://www.linkedin.com/company/erp-advisors-groupTwitter:https://twitter.com/erpadvisorsgrpFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/erpadvisorsInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/erpadvisorsgroupPinterest:https://www.pinterest.com/erpadvisorsgroupMedium:https://medium.com/@erpadvisorsgroup
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The Big Themes:The "fourth phase" of Match Group's business: Following the launch of Match.com in the 90's and the breakaway of Tinder in the 2010's, a new phase is coming that's heavily focused on video, AI, augmented reality, language translation, and more.Eliminating manual work and "cycles of death": Trey shares some of the struggles his team had before installing Workday Financials, and the impact that those challenges had on employee morale.Helping the accounting teams demonstrate value: Generally, accounting is a cost center, but Trey says that the implementation of game-changing software like Workday is an important way to highlight his department's value to the larger business.The Big Quote: "We believe that adding technology and adding the right people can provide that value, so [employees] get to spend more time with their families. So we've more or less revolutionized where we were, to provide that better value."Get more from Workday Rising through on-demand content. This episode is brought to you by Workday.
You've heard it a million times by now: you need to start meditating. Maybe you've tried, like I have, but it just won't stick. Maybe you can't sit still for longer than five minutes, or maybe the whole thing feels a bit too woo-woo. If the latter is true, “Morning Pages” might sound like more of the same. But listening to Brian Koppelman break down his morning rituals, “woo-woo” definitely doesn't come to mind. After beginning his career in the music industry before becoming an enormously successful screenwriter, director, producer and now show-runner, Brian's nailed the delicate art of balancing hard-nosed professionalism and open-minded artistic creation. How? Well, like anything, it starts with his mornings. Brian's an absolute devotee of Julia Cameron's “Morning Pages,” which he believes clears the “detritus” of the mind that can hold an artist back. And I say he's a devotee, because he follows Cameron's rules to the T. Except for one thing: meditation comes first. Connect with Brian on Twitter You can find the full interview here: Learning on the job - how Brian Koppelman turned his first movie into a DIY film school *** My new book Time Wise is out now. You can grab a copy here. Connect with me on the socials: Linkedin Twitter Instagram If you're looking for more tips to improve the way you work, I write a fortnightly newsletter that contains three cool things I have discovered that help me work better, which range from interesting research findings through to gadgets I am loving. You can sign up for that at http://howiwork.co Visit https://www.amantha.com/podcast for full show notes from all episodes. Get in touch at email@example.com CREDITS Produced by Inventium Host: Amantha Imber Sound Engineer: Martin Imber
This week we discuss the rate of Public Cloud adoption, Google's Simplicity Sprint and OKR's. Plus, some thoughts on slippers. Watch the YouTube Live Recording of Episode 379. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEU1uSOpu-c) Runner-up Titles You're not proud of the product You can have both Landing Pages It's just like Serial Don't bring me these unqualified deals It's a Floppy Disk Problem The better the metrics, the less useful they are The sooner you are successful, the longer yoy'are successful Highly Edited Focus on Earnings Rundown AWS CEO says the move to cloud computing is only just getting started (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/06/28/aws-ceo-says-the-move-to-cloud-computing-is-only-just-getting-started.html) Acquired Episode on AWS (Podcast) (https://www.acquired.fm/episodes/amazon-web-services) Google and Developer Toil Google CEO Pichai tells employees not to 'equate fun with money' in heated all-hands meeting (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/09/23/google-ceo-pichai-fields-questions-on-cost-cuts-at-all-hands-meeting-.html) Google CEO tells employees productivity and focus must improve, launches 'Simplicity Sprint' to gather employee feedback on efficiency (https://www.cnbc.com/2022/07/31/google-ceo-to-employees-productivity-and-focus-must-improve.html) Google CEO tells staff not to 'equate fun with money' (https://www.theregister.com/2022/09/23/ceo_google_austerity/) Google CEO Pichai: We need to get 20% more productive (https://www.theregister.com/2022/09/07/google_ceo_sundar_pichai_productivity/) Relevant to your Interests PaaS Is Not Dead (https://www.fermyon.com/blog/paas-is-not-dead) How devops in the cloud breaks down (https://www.infoworld.com/article/3674690/how-devops-in-the-cloud-breaks-down.html) Adobe thinks critics are getting its Figma deal wrong (https://www.axios.com/newsletters/axios-login-c8c3c313-8144-4de3-9499-a4334a6b8f76.html?chunk=0&utm_term=emshare#story0) The Dead End from RedMonk (https://redmonk.com/sogrady/2022/09/23/dead-end/) Building for the 99% Developers (https://future.com/software-development-building-for-99-developers/) Meta and Google cut staff via quiet layoffs (https://www.theregister.com/2022/09/21/meta_google_layoffs/) Slack canvas has officially entered the chat! (https://twitter.com/slackhq/status/1572717714522705923?s=46&t=EYrb_JytmT9CVPWd_8-tpw) Linus Torvalds talks Rust on Linux, his work schedule and life with his M2 MacBook Air (https://www.zdnet.com/article/linus-torvalds-talks-rust-on-linux-his-work-schedule-and-life-with-his-m2-macbook-air/) Keynote: Frozen DevOps? The not-so-technical Last Mile (https://www.slideshare.net/ManuelPais/keynote-frozen-devops-the-notsotechnical-last-mile-devopsdays-portugal-sep-2022) Penpot inks $8M, as signups for its open source spin on Figma jump 5600% after Adobe's $20B acquisition (https://twitter.com/TechCrunch/status/1574754640490536963?s=20&t=vQF0s31OdAS2p7-X373AzQ) Document onboarding startup Flatfile nabs $50M from investors, including Workday (https://techcrunch.com/2022/09/27/document-onboarding-startup-flatfile-nabs-50m-from-investors-including-workday/) Suborbital Extension Engine, and what's next for us (https://blog.suborbital.dev/suborbital-extension-engine-and-whats-next-for-us) What's Stopping WebAssembly from Widespread Adoption? (https://thenewstack.io/whats-stopping-webassembly-from-widespread-adoption/) Did We Overeat on Software? (https://future.com/did-we-overeat-on-software/) Someone is pretending to be me. (https://connortumbleson.com/2022/09/19/someone-is-pretending-to-be-me/) Broadcom's Golden Parachute For Top 5 VMware Execs May Total $337.8M (https://www.crn.com/news/cloud/broadcom-s-golden-parachute-for-top-5-vmware-execs-may-total-337-8m/6) For teens to do better in school, they need to sleep in (https://fortune.com/well/2022/08/18/how-later-school-start-times-for-teens-reduce-depression-and-improve-academic-performance/) Leading venture capital firms to provide up to $1.25 BILLION to back startups built on Cloudflare Workers (https://blog.cloudflare.com/workers-launchpad/) The Uber Hack Exposes More †Than Failed Data Security (https://www.nytimes.com/2022/09/26/opinion/uber-hack-data.html?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter_axioslogin&stream=top) Leading venture capital firms to provide up to $1.25 BILLION to back startups built on Cloudflare Workers (https://blog.cloudflare.com/workers-launchpad/) Nonsense The Science Behind NASA's First Attempt at Redirecting an Asteroid (https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/news/2022/9/22/the-science-behind-nasas-first-attempt-at-redirecting-an-asteroid) Ghoulish moans are haunting the intercoms of American Airlines flights (https://www.washingtonpost.com/travel/2022/09/26/flight-noise-american-airlines-intercom-lax/) Podcasters Are Buying Millions of Listeners Through Mobile-Game Ads (https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-09-27/inside-podcasters-explosive-audience-growth) Conferences Sydney Cloud FinOps Meetup (https://events.finops.org/events/details/finops-sydney-cloud-finops-presents-sydney-cloud-finops-meetup/), online, Oct 13, 2022 Matt's presenting KubeCon North America (https://events.linuxfoundation.org/kubecon-cloudnativecon-north-america/https://events.linuxfoundation.org/kubecon-cloudnativecon-north-america/), Detroit, Oct 24 – 28, 2022 SpringOne Platform (https://springone.io/?utm_source=cote&utm_medium=podcast&utm_content=sdt), SF, December 6–8, 2022 THAT Conference Texas Call For Counselors (https://that.us/call-for-counselors/tx/2023/) Jan 16-19, 2023 Listener Feedback Happy to report that the world-class engineers at @grafana managed to make a @SlackHQ thread with more than 10,000 messages in it. 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Ash has spent so much time in Gen Z's world, Aidan felt it was time to return the favor. Over the summer, Aidan infiltrated several work environments during his internships and exploratory visits - and he had some things to say! In fact, he made a Top 10 list of observations to share. From work culture to snacks to meetings to commutes to clean bathrooms, Aidan tells all. Who was more convincing: Aidan or Ash? Vote at HoldMeBack.com
On this week's episode of Troublemakers Dylan Krasinski and Mike Kerrigan welcome NYC Comedian Andre Kim (@andrethecomedian)! Get it while it's HOT! New episodes are out every Wednesday on Spotify and Apple Podcasts, with full video on YouTube. Clips on TikTok and Instagram! Rate, review, comment, and subscribe for new content every week? Thanks for being here! Instagram: @DylanKrasinski; @Miketkerrigan; @Troublemakers_Podcast TikTok: @DylanKrasinski; @Troublmakerspodcast YouTube: @DylanKrasinski; @Troublemakers
Many of us want to make a difference in our lives, find our purpose and create our legacy. Shaped by our past, we look toward the future, and toward creating a better world for those around us. As the daughter of an immigrant and refugee, Katica Roy is driven by a passion to eradicate economic inequality and to champion the rights of refugees, women, and children. She has written numerous articles about intersectional gender equity for different national media platforms and uses storytelling and data-stitching to create a common calling toward achieving gender equity. Her articles garnered over 2.9 billion impressions. I was thrilled to have Katica join me on today's episode for a fascinating discussion on gender and the economy. Katica Roy (she/her) is one of LinkedIn's 2022 Top Voices for Gender Equity, the 2020 Colorado Entrepreneur of the Year, 2019 Stevie Entrepreneur of the Year, Top 25 Most Powerful Woman in Business, a 2018 Denver Business Journal Outstanding Women in Business finalist, a 2018 Colorado Governor's Fellow, and was named a Luminary by the Colorado Technology Association in 2017, recognizing her as a visionary technology leader in Colorado. Katica is the CEO of Pipeline, an award-winning company that uses advanced technology to make intersectional gender parity a reality in our lifetime. In addition to its core platform, Pipeline launched the first gender equity app on Salesforce's AppExchange. Pipeline was also named as one of TIME Magazine's Best Inventions of 2019, Fast Company's 2020 World's Most Innovative Companies, Fast Company's 2021 Next Big Things in Tech, Fast Company's 2022 World Changing Ideas. Pipeline is backed by both Accenture and Workday.
I sit down with the organizational psychologist, behavioral scientist, and charter member of the International Positive Psychology Association, Mike Rucker to dive into what it takes to stop chasing elusive happiness and instead, find joy and fun in the here and now whether you're at work or off “the clock.” What You'll Discover In This Episode: ✔ Strategies To Find Pleasure In Your Life ✔ How Parkinson's Law Plays A Part ✔ Ways To Make Mundane Activities Joy-Filled Through Bundling ✔ How To Execute Reframing & Reap Its Benefits ✔ The #1 Regret Of Entrepreneurs ✔ So Much More! To access resources and links from this episode, click on https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/248. P.S. Grab your spot in Leverage Lab® to get business coaching, training, and accountability to take your business and life from surviving to thriving => https://AmberDeLaGarza.com/LeverageLab
Welcome to another Ask Me Anything (Ask Us Anything?) episode! Each week we'll answer your questions on STR, real estate, OTAs, and everything in between. Kelsey (https://www.instagram.com/stayjandk/ (@StayJandK)) asks: How do you set up your Workday or your work week? There's so many things I know I could (or should) be doing, but some days it's so much that I get analysis paralysis. How do you structure things on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis, and how do you know when it's time to delegate tasks out to your team? Thanks to everyone who submitted questions. To hear your voice on the show and send a question to Sarah & Annette, visit http://speakpipe.com/ThanksforvisitingAMA (Speakpipe.com/ThanksforvisitingAMA) Thanks for Visiting is produced by http://crate.media/ (Crate Media). Mentioned in this episode: Join us in Las Vegas! http://ThanksForVisiting.me/Vegas (Thanks For Visiting is heading to the Sahara Las Vegas October 22 & 23. Learn from us and amazing guests from across the country at this actionable in-person workshop. Get your tickets at ThanksForVisiting.me/Vegas.)
Assistant Attorney General Paul McLaughlin was a dedicated prosecutor who believed that he could help urban communities, through removing career criminals from the city's streets. Paul was ramping up a trial for a violent carjacking, where there was significant witness intimidation. Unbeknownst to Paul, a local gangbanger was stocking him, he had a gang member follow Paul McLaughlin from the court house to the commuter rail line in West Roxbury, this junior gang member got McLaughlin's plate number and vehicle information. The next day career criminal Jeffery Bly, lied in wait for McLaughlin, as he departed the train and walked to his vehicle, he was shot to death, entering his car. Police didn't have to look too far for suspects, Jeffery Bly's was scheduled to begin his trial for carjacking the next day; Paul was the lead prosecutor on Bly's case. Bly left clothing and other items at the crime scene, DNA was matched to Bly and he is serving a life sentence.Commonwealth V Bly https://bit.ly/3BFfMZ3Boston Globe https://bit.ly/3SzXnDT
Consultorio bursátil de septiembre de 2022 en el que Adrián Godás y Paco Lodeiro respondemos a las preguntas de los oyentes. Las consultas generales son sobre liquidez en dólares, suplementos para reducir el estrés, libros para invertir en dividendos, efectos del apalancamiento, importancia de las macro, contabilizar spin-offs, invertir en opciones: Y las consultas sobre empresas y sectores son sobres Osino Resources, Molten Metals, Amadeus y Workday, invertir en el sector industrial europeo, Atalaya Mining, Clarus Corp, Chesapeake Energy y Fulcrum Utility Services
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