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Inside McDonalds Sustainability Journey with Bob Langert
Bob Langert led McDonald's Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability efforts for more than 25 years before retiring in 2015. Under his leadership, the Golden Arches took on the chain's very vocal critics who were taking the company to task over issues like packaging, waste, recycling, obesity, deforestation, and animal welfare. Get some key insights in this Business Builders Show interviewÂ c-suiteradio.comÂ BEFORE you read the book:Â The Battle To Do Good: Inside McDonald's Sustainability Journey. Â Learn how Bob and his team went on the offense, instead of being on defense about the claims from critics. How did they go about this important mission? Learn why on the side of the Filet-O-Fish container is says " The Bering Sea sends its regards: wild caught Alaskan pollock."Â Along side of that message it has"Certified Sustainable Seafood". You just might see McDonald's in a different way after you see it through Bob Langert's eyes. Learn more about Bob and his work atÂ boblangert.com Learn more about Marty Wolff, the creator and host of the Business Builders Show atÂ martywolffbusinesssolutions.com. Learn more about J. Kelly Hoey, the Business Builders Show guest host atÂ jkellyhoey.co. Learn more about C-Suite Radio atÂ c-suiteradio.com Call or text me with your comments and questions at 570 815 1626. The post Inside McDonaldâ€™s Sustainability Journey with Bob Langert appeared first on Marty Wolff.
Aired 1 year ago 48:21
Azure Durable Functions with Maxime Rouiller
Functions are ephemeral and stateless - right? What if they weren't? Carl and Richard talk to Maxime Rouiller about durable functions in Azure. Maxime dives into the patterns that durable functions provide, starting with the chaining pattern, where you can declare a series (or chain) of function calls that only start when the previous function completes. And then onto the fan-out pattern that allows for an orchestrator to launch any number of simultaneous functions and then collect their results in whatever order they complete. There's more choices and a ton of possibilities in durable functions!
Aired 1 year ago 129:45
#1232 - Nick Di Paolo
Nick DiPaolo is a writer and stand up comedian. Check out "The Nick Di Paolo Show" at http://nickdip.com and on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCghHWRYUpbsUdcsG7PrTgzQ