37 Burst results for "General Manager"

Fresh update on "general manager" discussed on The Herd

The Herd

00:56 min | 53 min ago

Fresh update on "general manager" discussed on The Herd

"And I mean, I I think we've said it a couple times, but I mean, I think it's the ultimate Test of discipline and sacrifice for your chain that that everybody in this league is going to go through this year. Finally, let's go back to Philip Rivers. Hey, Khun! Dog Cuts opponent. He's totally intense. You got a young roster and Emmy. He's look, He's like one of those guys that's been an old cowboy movies. What's it been like to be around him and just his spirit around the club? I don't know if I've been running by that loves football more. And I mean lives. Football. I mean, he's in the building the other day, really, for the first time, and you know the second he leaves I get a get a five minute voice text message from him. You know about all these ideas. I mean, this guy. I mean, he loves he loves ball. He loves being a great teammate. I mean, like those things were important to him. Um, and his energy. I mean, you know, even at 38 years old, I mean, you would know that this guy wasn't a you know, a first year rookie the way his passion is and his energy is for football. That's so great. Chris Pallor. Well, you got a hoody on you Look comfortable. You look confident Life is good. And you know, here we go. I got you know, I said this to joy today. You know, Chris has been a couple of baseball flare ups by and large. I watched the N b A. I'm looking at hockey. It looks like we're getting through this thing, right? Is it the fingers crossed situation where you feel good about it. Well, look A like, tell her you, Frank and I talked about this every look, It's a data every day. We have to manage each and every day. This is different than anything we've ever experienced. Um, first in this country in our lifetime, you know, since 1918 with the last you know, with Spanish flu eso, it's different and it's a little uncomfortable and it's going to be and it's not normal. Um, but that's okay. We manage it. We keep going. We keep moving forward. We're gonna have some points where it's probably gonna get a little sticky. I'm sure every came in the league will, but it's our job to figure it out and just keep moving forward. I don't I don't know what else she can do. I do believe we're going to play. I feel better about it. Now that I probably would have told you a month ago with all the protocols and the things that the league and the FA have put together, So we think we have a good plan and and you know, we'll run with it. Good seeing you, buddy. Love talking to same here. Same here. Appreciate it. Colin and me on Chris Ballard, Colts general manager with Philip Rivers Join No.

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'We're not going anywhere', TikTok tells Donald Trump

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

'We're not going anywhere', TikTok tells Donald Trump

"Could be ticking for Tic tac, Vanessa Pappa's the US general manager for TIC Tac, releasing a video message over the weekend. We've heard your outpouring of support and we want to say thank you. We're not planning on going anyway. This follows statements from President Trump that his administration is planning to ban the popular social Media app over concerned. Is that its parent company could be turning over American users information to the Chinese government. Tic Tac has denied any wrongdoing. Last month, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo floated a similar idea. Tic Tac user, Morgan Croft said. Then you know, I have that initial reaction of, you know, kind of fear and frustration. You know, as a creator on DH, having started on tick talk, that is a lot of my current following but that she's confident other platforms will fill that space. If Tech talk, you know, eventually goes away. I have no doubt that Will be quickly followed up by something similar or better with tech trends. Chuck's Iverson ABC News

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Fresh update on "general manager" discussed on Global Impact Podcast

Global Impact Podcast

00:35 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "general manager" discussed on Global Impact Podcast

"Of your team in make a difference in the lives of people around the world. I'm your host, Jay Oliver and I thank you for joining us. This episode of level impact is probably not by a member of global VP solutions. Hi, this is j w Oliver Super Excited have you with another addition of global impact today ings title. As you saw, the intro here is keep your fork and I'm joined by my friend and Coworker Radford Smith or Brad as we calling Bredhauer you. Very, well be how you. Man. Were just fantastic. Brad is our general manager. There in our Harari Center Brad Zeman with just a right out of years is correct. Just coming the. By anniversaries in less time. Weil super exciting well. Brad has been an unbelievable blessing. I have they're taking a lot of weight also myself as managing partner to try to get thanks starting going but bread today one of our. Co Workers there had mentioned a story about keep your fork and most of us. Have heard that we used to do church lunches and we used to dig family meals after church on Sunday or maybe a Saturday night at my grandmother's and. Obviously when you had a big crowd, there was a limited amount of silverware. So as they were cleaning up the dishes people around the table or maybe he was Thanksgiving thanksgiving day before coming round, pick up your place. My Mom and my grandmother somebody would my aunt would say, Hey, keep your fork and we knew that meant there was something else coming. In and usually we didn't do the four course French meals. We knew that was desert rat I mean this was. Pumpkin Pie or pecan Pie or banana cream pie or pudding or something Brad you probably had something similar opportunity exactly. The signal the in my house was rice pudding. So idees. Keep you full something's coming. Yet. That's right and and so we kind of laughed about that when when Robson out about keep your fork and Rodney said it I wrote it down because I thought. Wow, just amazing because. He translated. Into we're at today in in case you're listening to this now or if your listeners year from now you know we're we're just emerging out of this what I like to call this cova chaos which it's been nothing but chaos. But I think if we look at it and say keep you for means there's something more coming Radin. Our just visiting about our business and just the exciting. Things that are happening. We went through what two months two and a half months of the downturn, and and now we're back to pick it back up and really get into our stride. So keep your fork because something better is coming in your business in your personal life in your marriage and your friendships in.

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Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy suffers heart attack during team workout

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy suffers heart attack during team workout

"Things sports at 5 15 a member of the Brewers coaching staff recovering today following a heart attack over the weekend, with the brewer's not playing against the Cardinals over the weekend as a result of the Corona virus. The team holds a workout on Saturday, reportedly during the work. Bench coach Pat Murphy suffers a mild heart attack. He was transported from Miller parked a freighter hospital where, according to general manager David Stern's, he had a stent installed. He is expected to make a full recovery, but it's unknown when

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Yoenis Cespedes Opts Out 2020 Season, Didn't Tell NY Mets

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 1 d ago

Yoenis Cespedes Opts Out 2020 Season, Didn't Tell NY Mets

"Missing. Now he's likely gone. Forever, Peter Schwartz reports. Sometimes bizarre tenure of yo an assessment is in Mets uniform has probably come to an end All the Mets for nothing lost in Atlanta, overshadowed by the news that took place before, during and after the game, you went assessment as to not show up at the ballpark. That led the Mets to release a statement saying they didn't hear from suspicious and couldn't get ahold of them. During the game. There were reports that cess pit has opted out and that news confirmed by general manager Brodie van Wagon and after the game, it was not on site. We weren't we weren't aware of why we were able to send a security team to the hotel. And then ultimately learned later that he was he Waas healthy is not in any danger and then ultimately has made the decision to opt out of the season and that effectively and cess pit. This is time with the Mets. He's a free agent after this season.

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Lorenzo Cain takes advantage of baseball’s more flexible opt-out rules

The Designer Yard Show with Bret Achtenhagen

00:22 sec | 3 d ago

Lorenzo Cain takes advantage of baseball’s more flexible opt-out rules

"Centerfielder Lorenzo Cain opting out of the rest of the 2020 season, a statement from the president of Brewers baseball operation and general manager David Stern says. Lorenzo Cain has informed us that he will not participate for the remainder of the 2020 season. We fully support Lorenzo's decision and will miss his talents on the field and leadership in the clubhouse.

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Delivering on the Promise of Safer, Smarter Surgery with Timothy Lant

Outcomes Rocket

05:24 min | 4 d ago

Delivering on the Promise of Safer, Smarter Surgery with Timothy Lant

"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Sal Marquez here and thank you for tuning in. Again I have the privilege of hosting Tim Lance today. He's the president and Chief Operating Officer at Care Syntax before that Tim was also the Senior Vice President and general manager at Sentry Data, systems, and previous to that managing. Director of supply chain. Academy, he's had multiple leadership roles across the healthcare. Industry and today he gonNA be talking to us more about health technology and what they're doing to impact global healthcare markets with their work at Care Syntax Tim such a pleasure to have you here with us today. Thank you. It's great to be here. I appreciate you having me. Absolutely. So before we get into the work that you guys do at Care Syntax me a little. Bit about you and what inspires your work in healthcare. Yeah happy to so you know for me it's a it's been an interesting journey into healthcare. I think a lot of people get into healthcare sometimes because their parents are involved in was no exception to that. So my mother is a clinician she was in healthcare for thirty years and I learned from a very. Early, age how important it was to have a well-functioning high quality, affordable healthcare system in any community that I also got to see how complex it was for my mom both as a clinician as administrator and healthcare I watched a lot of challenges that she faced and so I promised myself that I would never work healthcare and graduated from college I immediately started working in healthcare. And You know I think today you know almost twenty years later now right would. Kinda keeps. ME excited and getting up every morning. Excited about what we're doing is you I experienced firsthand during my time spent several years with with your on healthcare and I worked in the frontline. Saw You know I'm not a clinician but I worked side by side with doctors and nurses and social workers and case managers to try to improve communication and coordination and clinical care inside seen firsthand how complex it is and how difficult it is. But critical it is to you know to our communities into our societies and in some ways I. think it's a it's a little bit how I feel about golf right as you can have A. kind of a a tough rounding Gulf. But you have that one magical shot met keeps coming back for more in healthcare little bit that same way. I think we tend to fixate sometimes on all the problems and healthcare. But then you are on the front lines and you watch how you can save a life writer keep a family together bring somebody back from the brink of death and I think there's no greater thing that that I'd want to spend my time doing than than trying to increase the number of great shots that we have in our healthcare system. So love at your those those winds that keep you in the game for the long haul. And so I, appreciate you sharing that. Plenty of like I'm not GonNa get a nail care you graduate. You're, in. Healthcare. I there's something about something magnetic about the purposeful kind of impact. You could have in health care and I and I share that with yeah and I think a lot of listeners share that with us Tim, and so tell us about care syntax and what you guys are doing add value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yes. So I think care syntax is we're very focused on. Surgery and on the or which I think in some respects especially in the US a little bit is oftentimes I don't WanNa say overlooked. But when we think about population health and a lot of the trends in the last ten years and we tend to hear a lot about chronic disease management and end of life care in these kinds of things and we're very. Focused on surgery, which you know if you take a step back, you know it's a, it's not the majority of cases in our healthcare system, but it is certainly the majority of revenue in the healthcare system for most hospitals comes out of the or and it's also a place where from a quality standpoint you know a lot of quality problems can begin. In the or you know if those surgeries aren't optimal. So this is where we've chosen to focus and you know in our vision as a business is to really enable caregivers to save lives on specifically for us. Kind of Our big vision is millions of lives around the world you know to be saved through use of our technology by by those. Caregivers at the frontline. So that's really really where we're focused and the think You always think about adding value to the ecosystem I, like to look at it in a couple of ways but I think the thing that makes us really unique that we've you know we've chosen to look holistically at the healthcare ecosystem and within that world of of the or. And try to look at stakeholder alignment. So you have kind of your clinical stakeholders, financial stakeholders, stakeholders, and operations, and supply chain, and then obviously the patient. So we really try to look with our technology at how we can bring those key stakeholders together right and drive convergence there, and then we do the same thing around the process side. So looking at kind of that end end process of what it takes to deliver a high quality safe. Surgery and so you've got you know operational components, throughput capacity management logistics supplies, and then you've got quality and safety, and then you have all the analytics learning and Research and development that comes on the back end in that sort of trust creates a continuous cycle. Then that's really where we look to add the most business value is by bringing those stakeholders together and by creating value, not just one small facet but looking at how can create. Value

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Months after Kyle Shanahan, John Lynch gets his extension, too

NFL Live

00:19 sec | 5 d ago

Months after Kyle Shanahan, John Lynch gets his extension, too

"Niners, general manager John Lynch Reaching Agreement on a new five year contract that ties him to San. Francisco the twenty, twenty, four season, the sources tell Espn Lynch and head coach Couch Shannon. Now both have received received long-term us this offseason give them security in San Francisco stability.

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Arizona Coyotes GM John Chayka terminates his own contract

Money Matters with Ken Moraif

00:20 sec | Last week

Arizona Coyotes GM John Chayka terminates his own contract

"General manager John Chacha is quitting in terminating his contract, setting a situation with ownership. The decision coming before the Coyotes are about to begin postseason play and Emmett in the Coyotes, posting an official statement on their website, saying they're disappointed in his actions and timing. Steve Sullivan will take over the position as the interim general manager,

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New York Knicks hiring Tom Thibodeau as next head coach

ESPNews

02:03 min | Last week

New York Knicks hiring Tom Thibodeau as next head coach

"So Tom Thibodeau is gonna be the head coach of the next. Here's our guy. Stephen A. Smith, Our first take host was on return to the MBA, and he discussed the positives and negatives. Of the Knicks hiring Fido. Nevertheless, nobody can argue that Davidow has the most successful resume it available coaches that one open market he's one about 59% of the games. You know the job you did in Chicago. We noted he sold it to the postseason first time in like a decade for like, 13 years. We know that he's with one could easily argue whether not Doc Rivers would be a champion as a head coach had it not been for top Thibodeau being his assistant. In Boston back in 2008. So all of those things come with He's got an incredible reputation. Terms of knowing the game of basketball of the entire Lesley committed to the game of back, eat, lives and breathes basketball day and night. Um and you combine that with the fact that again either defense with it, though, that a pluses minuses. The fact that in Chicago there were issues with Paxson and guard form in the general manager In Minnesota. There was an issue with the owner, Glen Taylor, and management, along with the fact that Jimmy Butler wanted to be traded went off Thibodeau, his former coach in Chicago, by the way. Was his president of basketball operations and to coach in Minnesota. And so as a result, you've got a home and believe that Tom Thibodeau has made the necessary adjustments. He's seen the error of his ways. Some respect player relations. And even relations with management and that this is a good deal because I'm here and it's a three year deal. Garrity fully guarantee the other two years, a partial guarantee in excess of about for $4 million. But in the end It seems to be a match made in heaven. Considering the fact that both will you, Wesley Elia Rose Go back over Quarter century with activity. He knows they've known him that long.

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Nats star Juan Soto positive for COVID-19, out for opener

Larry O'Connor

00:34 sec | Last week

Nats star Juan Soto positive for COVID-19, out for opener

"One of the biggest stars on the world champions Nationals has tested positive now for covert 19 slugger Juan Soto has tested positive for the Corona virus and has been placed on the covert 19 injured list. Ahead of tonight's season opener against the New York Yankees. In Washington Nationals general manager Mike Rizzo said soda was asymptomatic and says the team did contact tracing to check whether other members of the organization have been exposed. So far, Rizzo said. No one else on the team is unavailable to play. Soto had missed the 1st 2 weeks of the team's summer camp this month after he was exposed to someone with covert

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"general manager" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

Conversations with Dez

05:50 min | 2 weeks ago

"general manager" Discussed on Conversations with Dez

"To compensation dense. I'm your host Dez Blanchfield. Today I have the privilege of being joined by minoshe. Ni- now Mirages. The General Manager for Metallic Division of Volt Malaysia, welcome to show thanks so much making time to join me. Thank you so much for having me? You're looking forward to the conversation. Indeed, so we've got a great conversation number early exciting things to share, but before we do that, I would love to just briefly introduce you to our audience I have it on good authority that you're an avid foodie like myself and the described you as someone knows that you need more than a recipe for success in the requires vision, creativity, experience, working line, an unstoppable drive to succeed, and I thought that was a perfect way to kind of injuries. Somebody who has had a long proven history in professional epistle life of a great success in knowing. Knowing the difference between just getting the job done and doing it with passion, you're Do End co-founder of hybrid. You've also served up cloud insecurity offerings for the likes of HP EMC Ziam, wear and more recently RSA and something. I was blown away by I actually didn't know this and I feel embarrassed. I didn't, but you hold the twelve. Payton's in information management and security, and if that wasn't good enough, you also have a moss's of computer science from Clemson University. That's an amazing background and amazing pedigree for this role as General Manager of metallic affiliate recent movement fully. What's it been like? So joined the organization and. Join a new family. First of all them for that was a gracious introduction. Thank you that it's a very interesting time. The Jinan York I've been here for little over a few months now and. Know, it's a team that has. Something new in the last six to eight months and moving very fast, so you know we just got I got into the slipstream and. Started running at their pace and not work together as a team in this. I am postal with nineteen world there. Everyone is remote. And I told my team. Maybe sometimes it's helped us as a distributed team to come together because we're all on zoom. We're all on the videos and. talking all the time, but it's probably the first time ever had to do that in the organization. I wonder if we maybe just a little bit of background in itself, personally way originally from kind of. What your early years of academia, and than some of the detail of creosote foster come to this exciting role just to kind of introduce you to our audience to just give them a a bit of insight into you personally. I grew up in India. Middleclass family out was. My Dad was. Working in the railway, and that means building tracks in places that are pretty remote, so kept moving around. I remember. My sister was several years older than me going for a coding class, and I just went along with her, and I fell in love with computers and the whole notion and technology and. Being. Kind of so. I forget it I'm probably was a nine ten years over the aren't. Ever, since then being an avid tacky. To To do a master's in which reality and those. That's what I wanted to do I said yeah, switch switch pats. I got into the system side of things. A lot of computer systems stories data protection. Data analytics security in or the last. Ten years or so I have been doing a lot of things in the cloud domain so but I was lucky being able to. Have what I would say. Strong family learn the you know the foundations of life like we're working hard and on Sanchez and the. Spouse that I learned from every day. You know so. There's a lot of fun those things that make me who I am. Your career path, and both you know your work around data, protection data security, and your security pines seemed to me like the perfect pedigree of coming from there is large enterprise environments and running businesses that are in the against the industry of protecting data managing data serving dider Beit Hij- P particularly emc somewhere and me the focus around security with your role in our assay. It seems to me there's been this. This natural evolution to this option he now to sort of head up the tally business. which is all about protecting data? It seems to me that you're kind of built for this space in the cloud, and now you're what I would describe as a cloud native working with other cloud natives, so let's just dive into Dan the life of the general manager for metallic. What what are some of the the usual challenges he faces? You know within the managing the facing the business and getting to know the industry. It's. Been Very interesting last few months that I started following Metallica Renan got the launched last October looking at it outside in. It caught my attention. You know not just because I knew some of the executive team and. The in the leadership here but also. That's very interesting in the powerful brand coming out. I immediately thought the very famous sub by Clayton Christensen. Who had the luxury to meet the innovators dilemma in nine? How this was suck on wall, really trying to break out of that I was A. License very down and random was established the need was very clear. I started following this in. The I'm here and I joined the.

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NFL tells teams training camps will begin July 28, with rookies reporting on July 21

The Dennis Prager Show

00:30 sec | 2 weeks ago

NFL tells teams training camps will begin July 28, with rookies reporting on July 21

"The NFL has informed teams they're training camps will open on time and it fell. Executive Troy Vincent sent a memo to general managers and head coaches on Saturday informing them rookies are to report on Tuesday quarterbacks and injured players by Thursday, and all other players should arrive by July 28th. The lead in the NFLPA are still discussing testing for the Corona virus and other health and safety protocols. Union leadership expressed several concerns in a 90 minute conference call with reporters Friday. However, under the collective bargaining agreement, the NFL can impose report dates.

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NFL tells teams training camps will begin July 28, with rookies reporting on July 21

Howie Carr

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

NFL tells teams training camps will begin July 28, with rookies reporting on July 21

"Has informed teams they're training camps will open on time. A league executive sent a memo to general managers and head coaches earlier today, informing them that rookies can report by Tuesday quarterbacks and injured players by Thursday and altogether NFL players arriving by July 28th.

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15 women accuse former Redskins employees of harassment

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

15 women accuse former Redskins employees of harassment

"A bombshell report on Washington's NFL team. More than a dozen women who used to work there say they were sexually harassed and verbally abused. W T. Opie's Mike Murillo has the story. 15 former female employees tell The Washington Post that between 2006 and 2019 they were sexually harassed and verbally abused by team employees. And little was done about it, claiming some incidents were even Condoned by top executives. Some of the allegations were against Larry Michael, the voice of the Redskins, who was accused of making derogatory comments about women. He announced his retirement on Wednesday and didn't comment on the allegations. Alex Santos, the club's former director of pro personnel, was accused by six women and two reporters of making inappropriate comments about their bodies. Richard Man, the second former assistant director of pro personnel, was accused of sending inappropriate text to a staffer who says he told her to expect an inappropriate hug. Santos and man were fired this week. None of the employees filed formal complaints, according to the post. There are no accusations against team owner Dan Snyder. Former general manager Bruce Allen and the organisation says it takes issues of employee conduct seriously and has ordered an independent

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TikTok reassures Australia about data safety, denies Chinese links

WSJ Tech News Briefing

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

TikTok reassures Australia about data safety, denies Chinese links

"The General Manager for tiktok Australia has written to lawmakers in the country, trying to reassure them about the safety of users data on the APP. Tick Tock has become a geopolitical flashpoint lately regulators in the US and India have raised concerns about the Chinese own apps data security, and what's obligations are to Beijing. TIKTOK, for its part has said that it doesn't share information with the government and that it wouldn't do so if asked.

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Covering the Philadelphia Phillies during the pandemic

SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends

05:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Covering the Philadelphia Phillies during the pandemic

"10 days to the official Return of baseball. Now they've already returned there working out. That was earlier in July. They're going to play some exhibition games, so that's a return their returning to playing other teams under than themselves. And they will replace officially returned with the beginning of the 60 game regular season next week here to talk about all of that with us when it pertains to the home standing Philadelphia Phillies Is a guy who's been covered him from years and he's doing it these days at the top of his game for NBC Sports Philadelphia Mr Ah Jim Salisbury joins us here on 94 W. I've been Jimmy. I am doing Okay. Jodi. How are you? Good. Haven't seen you since the big daddy thing back laying here when we saw the book, citing because That's the new baseball. That's the new world in which we're living. You just don't get to see people that you'd like to see. You don't get to do things you want to do, but you do get to do certain things. That allow you stay in the mix, and that's what you're going through right now with the Phillies. What is it like covering the Phillies in a pandemic? It's a good question a lot different. I mean, as you know yourself from being around the game. Access has always been really good for baseball writers going back 100 years. Yep. Um you've always been ableto get on the inside and spend time around players and workouts. Before games in the clubhouse after games before games. And all of that really has disappeared. It actually disappeared the final few days and clear water. When this thing started to bubble up, clubhouse is closed. Eventually everybody was sent home and that was four months ago. It's hard to believe. But things are getting cooking again here, but Social distance distance thing. Which is a phrase that none of us heard 4.5 months ago. Now we all know what that mean Eyes very much a part of the coverage. You know, you can't go down and hang around the batting cage and chat with guys on the dugout Club house. Basically, they've been working on now for two weeks. And you know I've set up the press box watched the workouts. The only interaction I've had with team personnel has been through. Zoom video, which is another thing I never heard of four months ago, so it is completely different. Different you're more or less observing from afar. And then having these zoom press conferences with just one or two members of the organization or the staff for a player. You know you don't have You know, you can't walk in a clubhouse and try to talk to eight different guys and before the workout Three different guys after the workout. It's really a whole new ball game when it comes to Ah information gathering and just do the best we can with it. I'm glad, you know the game is coming back here and 10 days or 12 days or whatever it is. And Well, see, I hope everybody stays healthy or continues to stay healthier hope there's no more flare up so they can finish. All 60 games. I still have Um, doubts whether they can get through our concerns. Maybe is a better word that they could get through it. But we'll see Jodi and I applaud appreciate the work in a job that you guys have and you're doing these days. Along those lines. You've been doing it a long time and you talk to players to talk to general manager talked to managers and coaches and everybody else and when you're doing so face to face and personally Sometimes you could read between the lines. And when a guy and two here question he can do so definitively or you couldn't do so, ah, kind of hedging again do so it's slumped shoulders. There's a lot of things that you can read into a person's reaction. Can you get that on zoom? No. No, because I think The subject of the interview. Really doesn't know everybody He's talking to you. You don't know everybody has found that phone call. You know if I stroll up to somebody in the clubhouse with some questions, you know, I'm like I might have known. I might know that guy for 10 years. You know, I know really well one on one I talked him occasionally in the off season. No things that go on in his family. And then you build that trust that one. I want. Look in the eye trust that there's no way you could build that. In a video call. No way, and that's goingto show up in the coverage is not probably going to be a detailed in some ways is As you know, wouldn't wouldn't pass so Like I said, it's a whole new ball game, and I hope it doesn't last hope we get a vaccine. We need a vaccine.

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Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

Mike's On

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

"Devils have hired 60 year old wind you up to take over his head coach of one believed youngest teams have been arrangers assistant the last three years. And before that, I had coached the Buffalo Sabres for 15 on the Dallas Stars, form or I'm also officially named Tom Fitzgerald, new general manager dropping the interim

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Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

Schopp and Bulldog

00:22 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ruff hired as NJ Devils coach, Fitzgerald stays on as GM

"In hockey, the New Jersey Devils have officially announced Lindy Ruff is their new head coach. Roof's been working as an assistant with the Rangers for the last couple of years since being let go as Dallas's head coach in 2017. Rough sits sixth in NHL history in winds 43 behind L R. Ver for fifth. A Devil's today also removed the interim tag for there. Now general manager Tom Fitzgerald

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Medtech's Accelerating Changes, Leadership Development and Having Fun

MedTech Talk Podcast

05:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Medtech's Accelerating Changes, Leadership Development and Having Fun

"To the Matt, tectonic podcast. This is your host Jeff Pardo, and in today's podcast I'm thrilled to have Katie Simon. Vice President Edwards Life Sciences and general manager of Global Critical Care Business. Katie has had a fascinating career both at Edwards, but also at medtronic where she was president their diabetes business. In addition to that she served on the board of numerous start up companies that are each having a huge impact on their various specialties companies like Inari. Inspire tourney a welcome Katie. Thank gap. It's great to be here. Thanks so much for joining us in. We have a lot of things to cover today, so I'm really excited to have the opportunity at beyond the podcast of let's start with Edwards in critical care and i. a lot of people don't realize that critical care is a seven hundred million dollar business within Edwards. Could you give our listeners an overview of critical care and really what the core of the Edwards offering is? The core initial started Edward. critical care started with the Swan Ganz Catheter, that was actually invented out of Cedar. Sinai and many people know the kind of the story. That invention was just that It was sitting on the beach and said Hey. How do I get a good reading of a patient's pulmonary artery pressure, and it's really hard to do unless you're inside the heart, and it's really hard to get to that pulmonary artery position and figured out that if you took a you know, think about how sailboats work. If you blow up a balloon and let it flow really through the body like a sailboat. Sailboat it would land in the pulmonary position, and that was invented almost fifty years ago. by a Jeremy Swan Ganz out of Cedar. Sinai. That was the beginning of our business. And since then we've really expanded and focused on advanced Chemo, dynamic monitoring, really in patients in the ICU or in high risk surgeries whether cardiac surgeries or high risk, non cardiac surgeries that may be four patients that are very thick and that have surgery greater than three hours, so are being screw from the beginning with the Swan. Ganz Catheters, and now we do you know all kinds of pressure? Monitoring Technologies really focused on making sure patients. Are Stable. That's great actually didn't know the the history of the slum Ganz Catheters so that's fascinating. One one of the things that must be having a huge impact on your business is the current crisis were facing in vid. How has that Changed Your Business in in? How are you seeing? Critical care evolve through this crisis. It's an interesting I. Think for us. We always assumed so much of our business was in the ICU and out with the with Kobe hitting. We've seen it hit in various degrees, so for example in the UK They realized that they had a significant shortage of ICU. And so they came through and ordered like one point, two million DP or pressure sensors from us to stock up so that they could build out there I see us other countries like Germany or the US had adequate ice, you beds in different parts of the country of the US. We've seen some regional spike, but overall I think we've found in the US. We had enough ice. You better than in Germany. They have enough, but then kind of across the rest of Europe. They found significant shortages so. So, we've seen some spikes in demand, related to building I, you capacity, and then we've seen just various spikes in demand like regionally for example in New York and New Jersey. Of course we've seen some higher demand there, but on the flip side, probably fifty percent of our revenues come from high risk surgery, and so with the cancellation of surgeries, really across the US and the world we've seen the kind of downward demand or downward revenues for about half the business for the high risk of our procedures. Interesting. I didn't realize it cut both. Ways. I think the the the building of stockpiles are expanding capacity is interesting dilemma that I think a lot of companies are are facing because on the one hand, it's great from the near term business side on the other hand you wonder. What will purchasing look like in the future with these SORTA stockpiles? How do you deal with that are a that? Is that something that? You see is. Concerned going forward. Yeah absolutely like so. It's been interesting journey for lot of our products manufactured of the Dominican Republic and in the Dr. Reduction of human you know of of human capital in terms of the workers, because many of the workers that were over age sixty were no longer able to come to the work that reduced our capacity by about eighty percent, and meanwhile then we had this bike demand. So now. We're sort of getting back to a steady state where you know, people are able to come back to work, but it's been a really interesting short-term. And there's also the concern as you said like. We've had this surge in demand, so we've had to work double. You know three shifts, and through the weekend to meet kind of these spikes in demand building capacity, but we all recognize that that's not going to be sustainable, and it's going to go back to a normal state afterwards so mostly. We're just hiring. And trying to use extra shifts as a way to kind of manage it so that we don't all become over capacity by ourselves right permanently.

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Devils to name Ruff as head coach

Steve Somers Show

00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Devils to name Ruff as head coach

"Next head coach will be the Lindy Ruff. That's according to the NHL network, which also reports that Tom Fitzgerald will be named the team's full time general manager for office 60 years old with that for long stretches. The Sabres head coach also was a head coach in Dallas. He's currently an assistant with the Rangers, a

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"general manager" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

02:30 min | Last month

"general manager" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to move the sticks for today's podcast. We have a special football. Baseball crossover focused on team building. You know him as the lead draft analyst on NFL network. He's also a color commentator for the Los, Angeles chargers. He scouted for the Ravens Brown Eagles. Daniel. Jeremiah he played five years in the NFL. Is A cornerback in return man scouted for the seahawks and panthers and was a legend for the tar heels. Bucky Brooks. What's up everybody DJ Bucky here for move the sticks and bucky little a little different show. We have today, but I think I. GonNa, enjoy it. Yeah I, think this is a great opportunity for us to do what we love to do. Which is cross training when it comes to team building, so we do want to baseball show. We sat down with former players coaches museum members GM's talk about the game and how released to baseball? Yeah, you get a chance to see how we believe we preach right. It's our gospel. We preached the Gospel of Maltese Sports for Young. Guys coming up. Up We don't want kids a specialized gonNA play multiple sports. We think it really helps them in their over ethic development, and we've seen that from football players. Now we're seeing it and other sports, and we get a chance to talk to these guys. Specifically talking to these baseball guys is really fascinating, so I had a chance to go down to the winter meetings and talk with a bunch of folks and we've had others like John smoltz join us on the podcast. So what we've done is we've taken a collection of these conversations. I think you guys are really going to enjoy them. But first of all bucky. It's great to have baseball back. It's it looks like it's actually going to happen, so we're football guys, but we also keep an eye on on the bat and ball as well. Yeah, man I love it. Baseball immediately is my I love I. Love it coming up. I love keeping a score when I watched it on TV I love going to games any games, particularly dodger game, so I'm excited at baseball is back. I am really really looking forward to the season kicking off all right with with no further. Further do. Let's jump in here. This is a conversation starting off with cubs, general manager Jed hoyer Jed hoyer I remember from the padres. He was there GM from two thousand nine and two thousand eleven. He was with the red sox during their run from two nine and really kind of resurgence of that franchise there with Theo Epstein now he's back with Theo Epstein with the cubs. He's been the general manager there since two thousand eleven, and really enjoyed sitting down and visiting with him at the baseball. Winter meetings. From where this started at this event to where it is now, what's the biggest difference?.

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"general manager" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

02:31 min | 4 months ago

"general manager" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"General manager Brandon Beane spent more than an hour yesterday speaking with the buffalo media via video conference call this he's been quite busy this offseason preparing the team for the twenty twenty year where they've already had some high expectations placed on them among the topics that being discussed yesterday was the acquisition of wide receiver Stefon Diggs and what his arrival means the Josh Allen at the Buffalo Bills offense it's my job and my team's job to my personal stuff to add weapons to help Brian Dave all his staff helper for back in Sean and one of the things that I thought we still needed yes I was referred to us you know snooping around the trade deadline was you know find somebody opposite John brown bear with Cole Beasley the draft was is stacked with receivers as well I just felt like it was going to be really hard unless I traded up really hard to find a guy that I know could walk in day one you know I just felt a proven commodity was you know was worth this check out the entire conference call available for you at W. G. R. five fifty dot com and also on the radio dot com app around the NFL Sammy Watkins is returning to the chiefs this year as both sides have agreed upon a one year deal with a base salary of nine million dollars Titans running back Derrick Henry a signed his franchise tender for the season that will pay him ten point two million dollars while the NFL's chief medical officer Dr Allen sills says certain conditions must be met for the NFL season to get underway on time among the conditions noted is the availability of point of care corona virus tests to college use Michigan state basketball head coach Tom Izzo in two of his assistants had reportedly contacted a witness in a twenty seventeen investigation of criminal sexual conduct involving a basketball player before with the witness had discussed the incident with police or school investigators the actions of his when his coaches are improper that are said to be improper and it could open the school up to a complaint to the U. S. department of education office for civil rights or a lawsuit to hockey the finalists for the twenty twenty Hobey Baker award have been announced that Scott Perunovich Jordan cal Gucci and germ yes women are your three final candidates also the Sabres have announced their next swing of classic games to be aired on MSG next week with the team will play back their four wins from the two thousand six Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the flyers check out more in the upcoming round of games available at WGR five fifty dot com the woman from golf it's being reported that there has been no decision made as of yet on the twenty twenty open championship which is set to take place at royal Saint Georges in sandwich England and if the tournament would not take place on time it'll be possible.

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"general manager" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

10:02 min | 7 months ago

"general manager" Discussed on Giants Splash

"And fun. Henry showman back here with giants General Manager Pitcher Scott Harris who was just saying that? Sometimes you have to create opportunity for younger players At the expense of some familiar names. And I'm not going to ask you about any specific player player Because that wouldn't be fair and you wouldn't answer it anyway but I mean we. There are some players on the in the organization on the team. That are very familiar. They have a a good pedigrees and You know they have big contracts and Do you think there's any chance or have been any talk at all about maybe Moving some of those guys to not only create opportunity but also to bring some younger players into the system. Not Right now I would say if you you if you talk to the the guys that you're looting to A think almost to a man they they think that The two thousand nineteen virgins of of themselves are not the best That they can offer and they're working extremely hard this offseason to make sure that they come into camp In shape gave and ready to go and and and ready to continue to build to build on very decorated resumes in San Francisco. And we think that that we didn't going to I think there there's a A belief in inside these walls that we need a healthy mix between veterans and young players Because we think those those two demographics tend to push push each other and they tend to Help each other Perform at a higher level night in and out So I don't think so right now. I think we're excited to bring back a core veteran leaders here that are that are going to help some of the young players assimilate to the big leagues quickly But also who are gonNA perform in their own right Because they've done a year in and year out and expecting them to two thousand twenty. Okay I think that maybe the front office has a little bit more faith than than a lot of the fans that you're really gonNA see A big turnaround. And let's be honest. Buster Posey's Brandon Crawford Two of the two of the bigger names. You guys feel that they're still something left in those guys and belt and Longoria etc absolutely and they're working very hard to prove the doubters wrong. This offseason an Internet ship. Okay Just a few more minutes with giant general manager. Scott Harris a one name we haven't mentioned yet is Madison Bumgarner This is a very complex issue that predates predates you by by many years but You know you you guys offered Reportedly from what we've learned a four year contract. That was a little bit more money per a year than what he got from the diamondbacks who gave him a fifth year There are all sorts of opinions out there. He didn't WanNA come back You guys really wanted to move on from him You know you guys were happy to finish in second place on this one And so on and so forth the best way you can. Could you please tell us what what happened with Madison Bumgarner and why he's not a giant anymore. Yeah first of all I want to say. A lot is in had an incomparable eleven year. Run with the giants I mean in in two thousand fourteen alone He almost single-handedly for that team is back And lifted this organization to new heights and he also made his mark on on so many Current and former giants players coaches executives In this organization and We're extremely grateful for all of his contributions I put out a statement When he signed with the dog We really we really were really so appreciative. Of what. He's done here. I think. Seen Him in a diamondback uniform This this spring and and next season will be an adjustment for all of us in San Francisco. It's always an adjustment with the amount of player turnover in modern baseball. And and we really understand that As for the signing and to respond more directly to your question It has been well reported that we you're actively engaged refused representatives And we made him as a substantial offer to stance efforts Cisco But at the end of the day Madison us in his family is representatives. They all evaluated every opportunity that was in front of the they evaluated every offer in front of them And they decided to do what's best for for Madison and first family and that was to blaze a new path and a new organization in a new the city that he is very comfortable in And Madison has worked extremely hard over the last eleven years to get to this point He has worked extremely hard. You become a free agent and as a free agent. He's earned the right to decide where he wants to play. And we have to respect that as an organization However I will say fun and I have a responsibility to this organization and to the city To continue to build what we believe is a bright future in San Francisco. There's there's a lot of change happening in this organization and would that change we. We believe that there's some exciting things happening under the hood here and attend fans and And those default organization are are going to start to get to see those exciting things that are happening and and I think that's going to translate into the real value and and real winning at the level in computer and so we we appreciate everything. Madison has done for this organization and But I but we have to. We have to move towards Our our commitment to this organization and Espresso bullish. We are on the future. That we're actively shaping right now okay As promised I wanted to just As we close here ask you a couple of questions about your job itself. I mean you are a Bay area native you uh I believe. We're born in Redwood city. Released grew up in Redwood City. Your parents were both physicians in the area. What is it been like for you after two months to to sort of come back here in this kind of high visibility position where I mean the fans who follow the team your friends? Everybody who didn't know especially those who didn't no you Now see you in the near the top of the giants front office adjustment. That's for sure In in these jobs You Sometimes underestimate the exposure of of You Know News and new hires and DOC. I think I got something like six hundred text messages the the day I took the job and On on what handed is overwhelming on the other hand and It's it. It's very rewarding sense of accomplishment in that Reminds you of how many people you you've gotten to know over the years. How many people have helped shape you into the person you are today? I will also say that I am so enjoying being back in San Francisco. I'm so enjoying not having to deal with a real winter I'm enjoying Being able to take my parents out to dinner on on ran weeknights. The haven't really had that opportunity since I was in high school. Because I haven't really been back here so it is really privileged to be here and I'm just really excited for season star and and start building a really bright future here in San Francisco. Have you been excited to hear Ticket requests from friends has had actually happened. That has not started started yet. But I'm I'm sure it will It's I don't think it can be more difficult than game seven of the world series And two hundred sixty after one hundred and eight years in Chicago so I feel like I'm a grizzled veteran on the on the ticket front but Be Happy to accommodate as many as I can. Okay and just the last question Now that you've been in the Front Office for a couple of months and you've worked with a far Han and and some of the other people in the front office and as well as manager gave Kappler a do any impressions anything that surprise you at all anything that sort of strikes you. I guess what I was struck by. How quickly fawn gave an I started forging working relationships how quickly we move past kind of the pleasantries and started challenge each other about the players and challenging each other on our visions for the future of the giants I mean we. We send each other offices for several hours every day. Talking about layers talking about you know how to Deploy our players in the best position to succeed and then when we leave it we just switched to a tax chain or or phone calls and I think people outside the industry forget. How much work it takes next to build a roster and how closely you have to work with people to build a roster and so Any apprehension I had about you know working with a new group of of of people here with with our handicap and and our baseball OPS staff is already gone and I think that's much quicker than I expected here And Yeah I think that's probably a good thing for the organization Lord. Okay well it seems like There's a staff in place in the front office. There's a staff in place now on the field The roster is still a little fluid. We'll we'll see what happens in the next few weeks as we head down to Scottsdale I just want to thank you again and we hope to have you on One Spring Training begins and thereafter.

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"general manager" Discussed on Giants Splash

Giants Splash

13:09 min | 7 months ago

"general manager" Discussed on Giants Splash

"Alone and welcome to the giants Flash. I'm Henry Shulman the chronicles beat reporter and for the first time we welcome giants general manager Scott Harris with less than a month to go before spring training in two months since Hans. -IETY heart higher Scott from the cubs. You seem like a good time to catch you up and we even have some news on a new starting pitcher How Scott and walk into the splash by the way? Thanks for having me honest I Yeah you should have more podcast. 'cause we we announce things every time you have Scott on your pocket that's right this is called metrics. It's one one for one hundred percent even and even thirty three percent will get you into the hall of fame. He'll be on tomorrow too. Yeah exactly and then we'll have the CASTANOS Prescott never mind scratch that I do want to ask a little bit about just your Your return to San Francisco and and the job but I mean we're not supposed to bury the lead you guys did sign left handed ended starter drew smiley to a one year contract Just before we got on the phone record this podcast. He was a very good pitcher with the Detroit. Tigers when when he first came up even pitched a few innings in the world series against the giants in two thousand twelve was involved in a pre in a trade with David price and then he had elbow trouble of. Of course you had Tommy John so I guess the question is What is it that you saw about Smiley Including what gave Kappler saw about him last year with the phillies. That makes you thank thank. You can contribute this year yet. We've been working on Trying to sign drew For several weeks now and We're excited to to finally get it done and and bake him a giant As you alluded to Drew was one of the more promising young. Left starters in the game Just a few years ago Especially when he was in Tampa Bay as a twenty five year old and We really took notice In in my prior job in Chicago I'll go of drew success and Unfortunately he succumbs to Tommy John Surgery in July of two thousand seventeen and has sort of our in struggling to get healthy Since then and last year when he was with Texas in Philly he WHO's battling through several injuries Including in a in ankle injury impeded his ability to drive off the rubber But in the second half of last year he started healthy Especially when he was in Philadelphia via and ended up strike now twenty six percent of hitters during his time in Philadelphia. We really like about him. Four pitch mix with weapons to attack both right handed hitters and left handed hitters and now We we believe he's fully healthy He's now in that in that sweet spot being two years removed from Tommy John Surgery and and we believe that the talent Plus the health. Make him an intriguing. Buy Low Left Anna Starter for us I also I will note. He has a past history with with both cap and me He was with cabin in Philly in the second half of last year and and we actually signed him with the cubs jobs right after he He had Tommy John and I think our relationship with drew minutes more comfortable Because we knew the character German. We knew his commitment to doing everything he can possibly do to to bring out the best version of themselves on the mound comfortable with with makeup and the person stand up and and we think he is Primed have had a big year for us in two thousand twenty and with the addition of Gausman as well pronouncing announcing his name right I it it's a little competition in camp. which is probably a good thing since you have a lot of young guys that you don't just necessarily want to have to hand jobs to is that right right and the days when you could just run out five starters For six months are are long gone. very few if any team are are able to get through a whole season even with six starters So we we were focused This off season on on trying to build some starting depth As as well as upside and and I think think think the bones of our rotation are in place right now and we're excited to to watch these guys compete spring training good word bones of the rotation bones of the roster You Know I. I think this is the second year. Oh you weren't here in in far Hans Zaidi's first off season are this. Is this your first year but this is the second year in a row that in the off off season the giants have not really made a huge splash In both the free agency and trade market I think fans saw what happened last year with drew pomeranz dance with the giant. Sign them as a Bilo possible. High reward guy ended up flipping him For pretty good young player but you know this has not been an off season where you've gone out and gotten you know any any real big name. Help for say the outfield which was something that far. Han said that he was going to try to do. I'm wondering first of all. Let me just ask this into parts Do you feel now. It's the front office. Feel that the the people you have on the forty man roster and a non roster invites right now if this is the group you're going to get to Start Spring training with next month or is there still more. That's possible including maybe Getting an outfielder with a little bit more name recognition. I don't think this is the The final group group that we're GONNA head to spring training with Far On and I and our staffs are actively working on a few different upgrades We we're working really hard to add to our rotation in pleased that we're able to do that today. We withdrew Smiley We're also working hard as empower and balance to our offense. Both both in the field and the outfield We're we're definitely not done. And we're constantly scouring all available markets to find Specifically that power imbalance in to our offense but also other upgrades And I will also note as as you saw with far last year The start of spring training is. I'm not a a deadline where you have to produce a fully baked roster We're GONNA continue to look for upgrades during spring training and during during the season But I don't think as as we sit here on January sixteenth that this is You know the final group that that you're going to Scottsdale And then On opening day okay and You know given that the market the free agent market has moved faster this year a lot faster than last year. Oddly enough Except for the outfield Argued think it's more likely that if you were able to get power. Be at the Infield or outfield that it would be more likely via a trade than free agency. Yeah sometimes sometimes there's there's an inverse relationship Between activity and free agency and activity on the trade front and I think now that a substantial portion of the talent on In in agency is is locked up with with different teams there has been more Trade activity Or at least more trade discussions and out there We're we're talking to every team At least weekly now And so there's potential for us to make additions trade as well L. is free agency We we just have to wait and see What opportunities are available to us? Okay now I think that a lot of the fans Our understanding standing now after Farhan has been in office As president of baseball operations now for more than a year kind of understanding what the giants are trying to do to build a winner from the ground up and also Over time not just a you know a one and done but I think there are a lot of folks who still wonder if you guys are are willing to sacrifice this season maybe next season To try to To build that winter and the really. Let's be honest is there. There just isn't the kind of excitement for the giants going into the twenty twenty season as there has been in past years because this has been an organization that really really has a tried to go out and win every single year and sometimes making moves that worked for the short run and maybe even hurt the team for the long run so that's kind of a long preamble to the question of how the Giants Front Office views the twenty twenty season in terms of winning as compared or to What you guys are trying to do for the long run? I would say that a goal hasn't really changed We you WANNA play meaningful competitive baseball deep into two thousand twenty as as we possibly can and while simultaneously making sound baseball decisions that proved the long term health of our organization and our future and I think it's fair to characterize the question the way you did. I I will just say that Unfortunately this goal Means that sometimes you have to make tough strategic decisions to strengthen your minor league system when at times the money could be spent to address other needs perhaps at the big league level perhaps In in other areas a I and a good example in my opinion of this type of decision is the wheel wells and trade that we made earlier in the off season we had an opportunity To to invest in the remainder of Zakho Czars contract to access A player who we really liked in the draft who ultimately went with with the fifteenth pick As polished right handed shortstop who who we believe has has a real chance to grow into The core the next young core of giants. Hi It's at the be level and and sometimes you just don't have access to that type of talent without Making strategic decisions that that seemed tough on the surface but but that we table leave and and Additionally I will say that you know sometimes it it also means making tough decisions to trade veterans who can help in in the short term but who you know can help more in the long term because they provide access to Prospects who again can can grow into the next core of the giants On a on a sustainable winter here in San Francisco in a good example of that type of deal is is a SAM dyson deal from from last July. And I I think finally It means that sometimes you have extremely difficult decisions where you need to move on from A a veteran WHO's a familiar face? Who who is Played here for a while. Just to create opportunities attorney and create a path to every day at bats for young up and coming prospects and a good example of that type of trade is is actually a trade that four hundred. I haven't made. It's it's a trade. The Brian Saving made When he traded Benjie Molina in two thousand ten to open up opportunity for a young up and coming catcher? Buster Posey and These trains are always difficult. These moves are always difficult But sometimes they work out really well and and one other point worth worth noting on on this front is I think ron and I both believe that. One of the most undervalued assets for Rowing Organization is opportunity at the big level. It's the opportunity to give young players chance to play in the big leagues. Because we feel like you can't find talent without offering opportunity..

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"general manager" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Fire their general manager, Mike mcalinden also Heimer digger, the vice president of player personnel, Chris Johnson met with the media. Well, they'd be with them had a conference call yesterday. The jets amazingly enough called the members of the media that they thought should be on the conference call. So it wasn't a case of where and usually what I mean by that is, if you're not familiar with is usually what a when a team has a conference call whether it be for general manager manager coach a new player that was acquired. They kind of send out a mass Email to those in the know you want to hop on and listen to the conference. Call ask some questions that's fine. This was basically just for those that were entrenched covering the jets on a day in day out basis, and the scribe. So those they called the people that they wanted to be on the conference call, which is when you think about very odd. I mean so but that's the way it went down yesterday. Here's Chris Johnson. The jets owner on the decision had nothing to do with, with Adam, I mean, I want, I give and take between between our GM and, and the coach was not one person or another winning a power is completely might've Asian time finally came to it. In the last few days, and I made her make the decision that I wanna find a better fit for this building. I, I wanna find somebody. You know, just looking forward not talking about Mike here. I want a great. Strategic. Yeah. Well, I mean, if you're, if you're not talking about Mike, that's the inherent knock that comes along with it. If you're saying, you want a great strategic thinker, then you're saying, well, Mike mcalinden is not a great strategic figure because if you thought he was one, you'd be keeping Mike, McCann with her out. So. Listen, it's he's provided cover for his head coaching gays but gazes got his fingerprints all over this decision. There's there were other issues with mcalinden besides his relationship without engaged and their little staredown within the organization, and he feels like they will be better off in the long run. Now ultimately, what will be the deciding factor. It's not anything that Android is say or what a jet fan says, or anything of that, nature ultimately, what will be the deciding factor is whether the jets become a winning organization, and if they do and say it's Joe Douglas for the eagles, who ends up being the next guy running this jazz organization as GM and the big key for that is going to be does he have does. He have control of cutting the final, fifty three visibly does, then he's the true GM if he doesn't and gays as that control than gays is the true general manager. I don't care.

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"general manager" Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

Executive Moms' Stories

14:18 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on Executive Moms' Stories

"On executive. Mom stories a lot of working women even and friends ask me. Where did you have to have a second. Child wasn't one enough. I said i wanted the second chai for the first one so that they have companies each other and it has worked and i think on working to achieve you know because we wanted in a book and as you wrote in the other night edition responsibilities become multifold you also lose connector what is going join one in the world of these children but having an in china young which is this mistakenly today v have unclog rawad with us and there's there's an h._r. Professional working within genius in the elevator as general manager. She has more than twenty years of professional experience. She.

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"general manager" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Do you do you go to work and to stay in with your family, or do you have conversations with outsiders? No, I I get out. I'm not look one day about me. As is. I'm not steered to show up when it's not good because I know I it didn't buy I don't mind asking questions, man. I know the direction we're going on. So I'm out in public. I I love, you know, one of my favorite things to do out game day as and I've just I always going last few weeks, I've gone out and visit with the blue crew the cake group for the game in new that group is freaking awesome. I mean, they are Rockin from eight o'clock in the morning on and getting ready to romance. So I go out and I love seeing our fans. I I got great fans in this state. And look it's easy to show up when you're winning. But you gotta show up all the time. You gotta you gotta be honest and can't be scared to show up when things are quite. Rosie. That's a smart move. By the way, you go out there and mingle and a little bit becoming a little bit more of a human side than in just general manager. I think we need to get the stadium a lot louder. I don't know how you're going to do that. I was in there. The other day kick kick him for the grandpa you need to get that stadium. A little bit louder. Yeah. That so when you when you win you give people some excitement excitement to cheer filler. It gets it. Nice and loud. Have you? I know you're in the moment. I know the football season is a grind I know that but your job is to look out for the future of the Annapolis colts. You've said the culture needs to be built before you bring anybody in. You have a big Bank coming up a big purse coming up with an owner that is not scared to send a plane all over the country to fly people into potentially be in Indianapolis coat. Have you had your eyes peeled or had any scouts looking around for possible free agents or for people that could possibly fit in to the Indianapolis Colts. Well, or are you worried about this year you'll figure that out in the off season?.

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"general manager" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"general manager" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Do you do you go to work and to stay in with your family, or do you have conversations with outsiders? No, I I get out. I'm not look one day about me. As is. I'm not steered to show up when it's not good because I know I it didn't buy I don't mind asking questions, man. I know the direction we're going on. So I'm out in public. I I love, you know, one of my favorite things to do out game day as and I've just I always going last few weeks, I've gone out and visit with the blue crew the cake group for the game in new that group is freaking awesome. I mean, they are Rockin from eight o'clock in the morning on and getting ready to romance. So I go out and I love seeing our fans. I I got great fans in this state. And look it's easy to show up when you're winning. But you gotta show up all the time. You gotta you gotta be honest and can't be scared to show up when things are quite. Rosie. That's a smart move. By the way, you go out there and mingle and a little bit becoming a little bit more of a human side than in just general manager. I think we need to get the stadium a lot louder. I don't know how you're going to do that. I was in there. The other day kick kick him for the grandpa you need to get that stadium. A little bit louder. Yeah. That so when you when you win you give people some excitement excitement to cheer filler. It gets it. Nice and loud. Have you? I know you're in the moment. I know the football season is a grind I know that but your job is to look out for the future of the Annapolis colts. You've said the culture needs to be built before you bring anybody in. You have a big Bank coming up a big purse coming up with an owner that is not scared to send a plane all over the country to fly people into potentially be in Indianapolis coat. Have you had your eyes peeled or had any scouts looking around for possible free agents or for people that could possibly fit in to the Indianapolis Colts. Well, or are you worried about this year you'll figure that out in the off season?.

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"general manager" Discussed on Etsy Success Podcast

Etsy Success Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on Etsy Success Podcast

"A business you can run from your living room and sell throughout the world i think is amazing and so that's mission of keeping commerce human i think is so relevant and so powerful today that's why i think it's such a great privilege to have the opportunity to be part of this amazing community and crew that you've been here for years helping to build this community so i'd love to hear a little bit about what brought you here and your journey i sure so i joined in two thousand eleven and the thing that really brought me here and the thing that has kept me here all these years is that it's such an amazing platform for entre preneurs to start their businesses and grow their businesses and as you said to be able to access a global market of fires when i first joined i started out running a brand new team at the time called marketplace integrity and trust and safety and after that i went onto runner international team from there i ran our corporate development and business development team and in that role i got to spend a lot of time thinking about the long term strategy for a seller services business the previous five years we had gone from having no cellar services to having almost half of our business be our services and so then about two years ago i took on my current role as general manager of our seller services team and in this role i manage all of the groups that building maintain the tools and services that are sellers use and support the community so today we wanted to talk a little bit about some of the changes that we made to our fees josh i wanted to ask you if you could tell us a little bit about how we came to make this decision in the first place obsolete so you know actually has the commitment to being the best value in the easiest place for creative entrepreneur to start and grow and built their business and that commitment is deep enlisting but when we looked at what that means best value doesn't always mean the rock bottom lowest possible price and you know that yourselves as makers when you're trying.

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"general manager" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Help grow their business and these are all out of the trenches things aren't they these are all ceo level thought processes aren't they these are these are general manager level things the origin of not the not the beginnings of not not the the the foundation for them then these are these are ceo level things aren't they well i think they are i mean i think the ceo has to really start this process and been sort of be the thought leader a thought leadership if you will but i also think that there's talent within the organization even a very small company and and and i think it's important that the ceo might even assign these roles or i taught talked about giving titles to these roles in order to begin to institutionalize it within the organization and these were things that the ceo was going to take on solve all by himself to the point the point main thing i want to get across the people is for you to develop these notions these ideas these these strategies you have to get into the ceo frame of mind you have to get out of there you have to get into an orbit above your business where where you're not getting any shrapnel from the day to day the day today day stuff that goes on between you and your customers you finish you have to get on a you almost have to look at it in an abstract way to to to formulate these things and then and then apply it to your people let you people help you with it yeah i agree i mean they you know we use a technique we call the whiteboard technique to help companies come up with new ideas and the ceo or the business manager whatever level you want can put challenges on a board and then ask people to over time like interactive suggestion box at ideas to that well you know so they have to think about what they want to work on is it cost cutting business creation is at new sales whatever it is and so these five things you know in my opinion start with the leadership of the ceo and and help direct and and what i think is exciting about this is to potentially name these these new if you if you wanna call them initiatives and and give people those responsibilities you say name them like how would.

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"general manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Good games i wanna talk about my met situation all day well i've been listening to all the guys that have been on the air today i listened to the hosts that have been on here today and you know what there's a troubling thing that has happened i understand the metro in the bad situation regardless of this situation with the general manager how he is evaluated talent how we have prospects so forth and so on the only thing that i think that everybody misses that you look at the division okay division is that far out of hand and for what they have had as far as injuries and everything else that has accumulated with this team not that far out of it and if they were to get a little healthy not to say that there will be in the world series but to say that they'll be competitive is not that far out of reach and i think that you know what there were a lot of guys that are underperforming like conforto bruce and everything else but i really believe that just a little click here and there and they can be right back in the realm of everything because this is a vision is not that far away james that's a really nice optimistic view on the mets and i think that is a minority opinion right now because when people look at what has happened with the mets not just this year but in recent years when seasons start to come apart like this when you go through a bad stretch it tends to just keep so ball in the other direction and there's you know there's really no way out of it you do make a really good point in that there is.

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"general manager" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

O'Reilly Data Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on O'Reilly Data Show

"Welcome to though riley data show i'm your host bend aurica before we jump into today's episode i wanna remind our listeners that we do have to event series that they can go and at the end and learn more about the topics covered in this podcast the first let us called strata data conference which you can find add strata hans dot com the second one is the artificial intelligence conference which you can find fda icons dot com this episode of the data show a collaboration between or riley and google strat base my guest today is over ronen he is the general manager of chat base a up house within ruggles area 120 that schools start up incubator so there are all sorts of statistic about the rights of chat bots for example gardner predicts that by 2021 companies will spend more on bob's in and chat bots abare to mobile app development so asked chat checkbooks get more widely deployed in estate back or more complex task in applications companies will meet the bonner third to performance so one of the reasons why i'm so excited about chat basis the it really automates a lot of these things for developers think of web analytics like our gugel analytics are homage or but apply to chat bots so what this means is that uh developers and focus on what they want to do which is build the best possible chop bar i hope you enjoy depth oh for ronan general manager of chap face welcome to the danish so thank you very much so.

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"general manager" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Outside way i look at it you look good too by the way he looked 24 gets having a love fest over there now couple young guys knack yeah wait it's amazing to me as we get ready next week for the combine and in the nfl draft if you are a general manager in the national footballing your boss is it own noticed just simplify that your boss and these billionaires fire people on a whim they're crazy they're rich but rich people can be crazy billionaires are impulsive and they are kind of dynamic in they get inpatient and they want success and they don't want to be humiliated your nfl general manager think about this so if you have like a top ten twelve fifteen pick or let's just say you need a quarterback you're going gonna go to your owner this is the way it works and you're gonna tell him this is the kid we like and the owners going to say or a give me the good and bad when i hear people in the media the sports media saying wall wall wall it's unfair to compare baker mayfield johnny mans l if you're a general manager in you go to your owner and you don't say listen we like baker mayfield but he's got a comp and accomplished johnny manziel who was a disaster and you draft baker and you don't tell the owner that and baker struggles you're out a work in taking your cute little girls at a prep school and you're moving your wife outta town of course baker may field is compared to johnny manziel lamar jackson everybody's like oh yeah draft large.

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"general manager" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"So you're the indianapolis colts gm your entire life he wanted to be a general manager of an nfl team is a written answer now you are speaking the microphone christian nazari as get you get a big mark yeah do you know all right so you were a hot commodity in the scouting world in the front office side of the world in you chose to come the annapolis colts basically in now your first season little bit of rocky start water drama how would you describe your life as a gm well they say there's going to be five things come across your desk that you didn't expect and they were wrong because it's about 25 first one what's the first one and like you were like holy shit i'm a gm in the nfl now so i just had not press conference signed the co are no it was after i said yes to take the job there is complete panic mode because pat mcenroe what was it that was the same day wasn't in the new goatley acid let me i said given me just giving me charge like no you don't want to know jim gm says i'm gonna talk to acid just in so then i'm white i'm thinking it's going to be you know twenty minutes lixing an hour later hour and forty minute conversation mansur mercy talked for an hour and forty brand yugoslavia ball that's rules those are my favorite conversations in my life but that was the same day that was the first that was the first thing right away right off the bat just a heads up the punter you might known from twitter or from his arrest record but yeah he's retiring he's decide that is interesting i never even thought about because the decision retire came like so many months ahead of you it just so happened to happen on the same fucking this year well it wasn't you that drove me i actually as soon as your press conference happened they announced you as i'm getting a walk out of here among working for chris ballard appreciate this just another hold a fill i'll tell you what though i got a chance to sit down with.

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"general manager" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on WEEI

"The draft easiest way to go the playoffs his three or division so when every team goes to the draft their look all the other teams in their divisions in their strengths in their weaknesses and they're trying to specifically tailormake their team for that division opponent and that's why you see sometimes where the guy a team will get outsider division and look terrible and then they go inside of division versus the teams that they're used to playing and they look really good that's why and so and so that's why when i'm looking at the air we look at the ravens you look at the way they compete against personally against everybody in their division you know they're going to be good because you know osce newsham is one of the if not the best uh is general manager general manager in in the nfl vijay dan schwartzman nbc sports radio another fan base i think that needs to be really nervous right now and this one shocked me because of what's going on in the community that's a houston texas and at home you know jj watch return you know doing it for the hurricane harvey victims an end to just be manhandled and outplayed by the jacksonville jaguars on both sides of the football allowing ten sacks in this game in class campbell by himself had four sacks yeah this game yeah and then defensively the number one defense last year in the nfl during a horrendous job doesn't get one sack of blake portals of a statuette times back there because in articles let let a quarterback he's not a if you are they just east really does that much of a clue sometimes and the reality is for the number one defense to not touch the quarter baton when you have the return of j j y you have cloudy have merciless and to allow 29 points the jacksonville jaguars a letter for nets first of what's going to be many 100yard games i mean rahmanov's combine that is a horrendous effort and because of the fact that they have such issues right now at quarterback in ad defense an offensive line let's not kid ourselves if your texans spain you may be worrying more than anybody else right now after week one comes to an end because the instability they guide.

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"general manager" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"general manager" Discussed on NFL Live

"Thank you that would be debt period you're you're not signing that longterm gay you're getting not even talking get out you're not the general manager i am i'll decide along with the coach who's on this team you have no say anything that has to do with the operation of this team your job is to negotiate the contract nysaean and ultimately you gotta figure the dollars and cents lotta zeroes involved as well will dictate whether or not he gets done whether added peace as both sides i think we know what the general idea the terms are going to have to be here's the number here's the interesting number and feel brought it fortyfour as the tag twentyfive is the look number transition tag is what twenty eight million a there's your number number seventy five guaranteed for that longterm deal ru saleh just by the way is is probably calling me right now to cuts me out put the bottom line why why our that that's what we don't know that those are the numbers but when you look at you look at it from the outside looking in those are the parameters in the middle number is twenty eight bought in bruce's case what he can say is i'm gonna transition tag and then we'll we'll we'll take it from there right that you mentioned kirk has its isn't is not elite where do you seventy two passing touchdowns 42 picks in his career do you think that this would be a big mistake though if the redskins go this.

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