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"kelly tinker" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:55 min | 7 months ago

"kelly tinker" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"As the pandemic gradually draws to a close. We've still got to national emergencies that we had to talk about a man money. A horrendously high unemployment rate and the semiconductor shorts is causing major problems for us manufacturing and competitiveness. We need more chips and we need more jobs so why. Kill two birds with one stone. It's time for our government to invest in building the biggest and best complex of semiconductor foundries. That's the factories in the world. And we can do this now. This kind of initiative went out of style decades ago but we know it works because the government just did it with operation warp speed the co vaccine program that got us to trick vaccines in less than a year. Were on a roll. Let's keep it. I don't need to explain. Employments national emergency but what south with the massive government back semiconductor foundry pro. Okay we just heard from general motors. They have all these new indian vehicles but they simply can't make them because they're sending books shortage and modern cars require a lot of tech ford said the same thing could cost them one to two billion this year bleed. You're gonna start hearing about this shortage. Constantly dan we the us really havoc with all sorts of industries and making us less competitive and perhaps even hostage country hostage to a bigger chip customer. The pr see. We got to get ahead of this. Now some of this shortages natural thanks to cova. We've got millions of new homes. That require a lot. Har- we're eating these chips like doritos at halftime. But some of you thanks to globalization are sitting been able to outsource their manufacturing most couple of huge asian operators taiwan's semi which is now the biggest samsung. These are both incredible mazing. Well run companies but they also get so production capacity that they have they hit the entire world including demand from china that hits american companies extra hard because new of our businesses run on just in time ordering. They don't want to sit in a lot of extra components it just by the chips when they need them. That's a quick way to make money save money until it's a shortage. Now that's where we find ourselves. Our companies can't get enough chips because there's not enough. Production were wide and that lack of chips is hurting all sorts of manufacturing including the formation. Gm and ford now. There are two ways to approaches. We can throw up our hands and baked samsung taiwan semi to build more plants. That's been our strategy or anywhere for that matter or we can roll up our sleeves. Like operation warp speed. Remember today when everyone get tested raw. Got javert here can roll up our sleeves and get this job done ourselves. If we're supposed to be the most powerful country in we'd be able to manufacture semiconductors for heaven's sake it's our industry so let me tell you what needs to happen. You might not know it. But america's best tech industry the most intellectual property that is anywhere in tech is in the semiconductor capital equipment space. That's lam research. Kelly tinker applied materials. They had machines that we need to make chips meaning while building gigantic simtek foundries can put more people to work and just about any other research project much more than a much than highway than a bridge. Why stop at roads and bridges and we re establish yourself as a whole new kingpin in manufacturing industry that used to dominate. And hey biden's pick for commerce secretary gina raimondo. She was a venture. Capitals governor of rhode island. I got into politics. She'd be the perfect champion for this project. We can take advantage of low interest rates to issue fifty year semiconductor savings bonds to raise the money for this project partner up with the private sector then. These businesses can pay back. uncle sam. Production gets rolling or chips. Defense ships all sorts of internet of things. Chips should be able to make this stuff domestically in the best in the world. Honestly it's insane. We outsource our semiconductor manufacturing to taiwan south korea. When they're within spitting distance of our biggest wattle china. I love taiwan. I love south korea but we ever get into a shooting war with the chinese. For heaven's sake they'll be right in the middle of it. Hopefully it never comes to that but why would even taking that chance. How much would this cost. We know semi spending up to twenty billion to boost its output. And they're very good at what they do. Let's say let's let's borrow one hundred billion dollars in savings bonds to make the us more semiconductor independent over the next few years but we have to start immediately to alleviate the shortage people intensive national imperative blueprint ready customer for the suppliers. Ready to help so soon. To be secretary raimondo. You've been on the show. Let's get the loan just chip ongoing going and put an end to this chip. Shorter's saving tens of thousands of jobs giving me economy a huge boost. This is what we used to call industrial policy. It worked for vaccines. And i know from work for chips to say there's always a bull market summer. Probably just for you right here on mad money. I'm jim cramer. Seen them all the news. Lewis shepard smith starts how..

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Cramer calls on U.S. to build factories to address chip shortage, unemployment

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

04:44 min | 7 months ago

Cramer calls on U.S. to build factories to address chip shortage, unemployment

"As the pandemic gradually draws to a close. We've still got to national emergencies that we had to talk about a man money. A horrendously high unemployment rate and the semiconductor shorts is causing major problems for us manufacturing and competitiveness. We need more chips and we need more jobs so why. Kill two birds with one stone. It's time for our government to invest in building the biggest and best complex of semiconductor foundries. That's the factories in the world. And we can do this now. This kind of initiative went out of style decades ago but we know it works because the government just did it with operation warp speed the co vaccine program that got us to trick vaccines in less than a year. Were on a roll. Let's keep it. I don't need to explain. Employments national emergency but what south with the massive government back semiconductor foundry pro. Okay we just heard from general motors. They have all these new indian vehicles but they simply can't make them because they're sending books shortage and modern cars require a lot of tech ford said the same thing could cost them one to two billion this year bleed. You're gonna start hearing about this shortage. Constantly dan we the us really havoc with all sorts of industries and making us less competitive and perhaps even hostage country hostage to a bigger chip customer. The pr see. We got to get ahead of this. Now some of this shortages natural thanks to cova. We've got millions of new homes. That require a lot. Har- we're eating these chips like doritos at halftime. But some of you thanks to globalization are sitting been able to outsource their manufacturing most couple of huge asian operators taiwan's semi which is now the biggest samsung. These are both incredible mazing. Well run companies but they also get so production capacity that they have they hit the entire world including demand from china that hits american companies extra hard because new of our businesses run on just in time ordering. They don't want to sit in a lot of extra components it just by the chips when they need them. That's a quick way to make money save money until it's a shortage. Now that's where we find ourselves. Our companies can't get enough chips because there's not enough. Production were wide and that lack of chips is hurting all sorts of manufacturing including the formation. Gm and ford now. There are two ways to approaches. We can throw up our hands and baked samsung taiwan semi to build more plants. That's been our strategy or anywhere for that matter or we can roll up our sleeves. Like operation warp speed. Remember today when everyone get tested raw. Got javert here can roll up our sleeves and get this job done ourselves. If we're supposed to be the most powerful country in we'd be able to manufacture semiconductors for heaven's sake it's our industry so let me tell you what needs to happen. You might not know it. But america's best tech industry the most intellectual property that is anywhere in tech is in the semiconductor capital equipment space. That's lam research. Kelly tinker applied materials. They had machines that we need to make chips meaning while building gigantic simtek foundries can put more people to work and just about any other research project much more than a much than highway than a bridge. Why stop at roads and bridges and we re establish yourself as a whole new kingpin in manufacturing industry that used to dominate. And hey biden's pick for commerce secretary gina raimondo. She was a venture. Capitals governor of rhode island. I got into politics. She'd be the perfect champion for this project. We can take advantage of low interest rates to issue fifty year semiconductor savings bonds to raise the money for this project partner up with the private sector then. These businesses can pay back. uncle sam. Production gets rolling or chips. Defense ships all sorts of internet of things. Chips should be able to make this stuff domestically in the best in the world. Honestly it's insane. We outsource our semiconductor manufacturing to taiwan south korea. When they're within spitting distance of our biggest wattle china. I love taiwan. I love south korea but we ever get into a shooting war with the chinese. For heaven's sake they'll be right in the middle of it. Hopefully it never comes to that but why would even taking that chance. How much would this cost. We know semi spending up to twenty billion to boost its output. And they're very good at what they do. Let's say let's let's borrow one hundred billion dollars in savings bonds to make the us more semiconductor independent over the next few years but we have to start immediately to alleviate the shortage people intensive national imperative blueprint ready customer for the suppliers. Ready to help so soon. To be secretary raimondo. You've been on the show. Let's get the loan just chip ongoing going and put an end to this chip. Shorter's saving tens of thousands of jobs giving me economy a huge boost. This is what we used to call industrial policy. It worked for vaccines. And i know from work for chips to

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"kelly tinker" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"kelly tinker" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"You Tim you spent. You've alluded to the fact that you spend time as an engineer at companies like sybase in silicon graphics you spent four years as a CIO, of Kelly, ten core before nearly six and a half as the CIO facebook and I'm curious. You're part of a growing group those still a pretty elite one to go from the ranks of chief information officer to founding company and and and being the CEO of that company and I. You've alluded to some of the advantages of your time at facebook that you've incorporated into the lessons of it they the value of a great engineer, the the graphical way of of setting up technology here just as you did a facebook, etc the talk about the of of Cio we says, it was implemented by you. And the advantages of having held that position now as a CEO and founder. Well I, certainly in the business of a technology company and so having to to build a technology company to have some. Understanding or or death in technology, which clearly CIO's do because they're the center of it for their companies. But on the other side of the CIO role, which I think is directly relevant here is that. Business leaders much more than the these engineering receipts IOS. The CEO's job is to translate a business objective into a technology strategy whether that's making your company more efficient or helping to lead the digital transformation of that organization or minimize risk or some degree of all of the above optimize supply chain. Every company now has at least one, sometimes three or four critical business objectives that they need enabled through technology Ashworth, give to their CIO, and if they hired the right people, the CIO is leading the charge on that for the business. And that understanding of the business is been a key part of my success both as a CIO and now as A. CTO I'm I it's given me a very well rounded perspective having worked at K. La Facebook as a cio I understood the finance strategy of those businesses I understood You know what was the deal fees for every single acquisition that we did and what were the critical objectives that needed to be able to? Achieve those guilty sees what is the hiring strategy or the the service strategy? In the case of Kelly tencor and house at tied to the success of the business? Why is that important how it is automation technology feed into that understanding these different aspects of the business helped me be very, very well rounded as a leader and now then as a cio able to use a lot of these same skills to to run my own company. A fundraising his eerily similar to what it's like to go get funding as a CIO right have to go talk to people who have money and get them to willingly give it to you when they may not necessarily be predisposition when you walk in the door to do it a. so venture capitals are capitalist not that much different from. CFO, they want to see numbers they WANNA see business strategy they WANNA see that risk is mitigated. and. You know these are things that are really really well because we have to do it every year sometimes twice a year sometimes every quarter just keep our budgets flowing and You know another thing is when you get into a recruiting, it's sometimes hard especially at a company like facebook and even A. Company like Kelly Tinker. How do you attract the best talent into your organization? We got to tell a story that's compelling. Kelly tencor is not going to hire the best it people because it's going to pay them the most because that's not its business strategy. So you need to have another reason why you're gonNA work at Kelly in court the IT Department because we're doing some amazing things that nobody else has done before same thing on facebook I had a different problem if we were going after the best technical resources where we had a competitor inside the company who would. Be Willing to steal, which is the engineering department, and so rather than fight that we joined it and we said, let's just be better than many of them in telling a story of why it or engineering united facebook is actually. You know as interesting or more interesting than working on WHATSAPP or instagram. or a messenger, and so we get that, and so we became very good at appealing to things other than just the. You know the the basics of the job, the company name, and the salary. Right. What's splits the mission of this organization? Why's it important and we're doing the exact same thing it will. Be are hiring engineers were asking them to take a risk on the company with take some of their compensation in equity that or private Knows, what it's going to be valued. In in order to do that effectively. Good. At appealing to people's hearts. Not just their their minds and their intellect meant. So we've been good at that working with customers as very similar to what is like working with customers is the Idaho again, you have to influence them you have to understand what the problems are in, translate that into what is my product do you and so all those things are similar and I feel like the cio roles actually done a fantastic job preparing me for. The. Role. I'd say a couple things that. Are Ingredients in addition to that, which are mark character attributes. one is Know willingness to take risks. Some CIO's are in roles where that's kind of hard to do, and it doesn't necessarily reinforce that character attribute. I've always had that as who I am as an individual is led me to do things that have helped to my career but have also been uncomfortable and time Definitely, you gotTa have that in order to be. A. Ceo a startup key you to be willing to big big big scary wrist. you know and I think a second thing is is is courage. You know you takes courage to do that stuff..

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"kelly tinker" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

Beyond the To Do List

14:32 min | 2 years ago

"kelly tinker" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

"Yeah hello and welcome back to another episode of beyond the to do list and is now the CEO of woven which is reimagining the way people used their calendar so they can spend time on what matters most to them in this conversation we're going to talk about what is broken with the calendar what he's trying to do to fix the calendar and it's a lot more complex problem than you would think not only that but we'll touch on how one of the other big problem APPs of productivity email in its various forms connect with the calendar as well as when maybe it should or shouldn't and just overall into y calendars t NBA killer of productivity and what to do about it and personally I've actually taken a look at woven and adopted it and I think it might be something worth looking at for you as well Oh but you'll hear more about it in this conversation with Tim Campos Sir well this week it is my privilege to welcome to the show Tim Campos Tim welcome to show glad to be here thanks for having me we've got a lot to talk about we can talk about time we can talk about calendars and email all the above I mean ultimately what we'd be talking about really is where you lean on the software and AI and it side of things when it comes to this thing that we call communication and the barriers that are ever present in productivity to the the flow of information Oh wow so just to outline like Ya that's almost like a meeting of life type it is yeah yeah if you didn't know but I I would love for you to maybe set the context here real quick for you know some of your experience where you've dealt with that exact well life outline that I just gave you sure sure well so productivity in many respects I actually didn't realize this until after the fact productivity has been a huge part of my life from the beginning of my professional career I I started off as an intern is company called sybase and I was doing a job there that to me was kind of boring but it paid and so I spent all the the time that I had automating my job and I was so successful at this I was able to quintuple the throughput uh of what I was doing without an actually reduce the amount of time during the day that it took me to do that it was our job I got it down to two and I was able to do five times as much work and my compliments here earn me a fulltime role at sybase it had throughout college but it really got me on this whole thing of so how do you take the work out of work how do you get to be more productive and that got me into enterprise software Is it like to get paid for the things that I do interprises WanNa pay people to be productive that got me to be a CIO later my career I company called Kaley tinker in it shaw more well known company called facebook and it also helped me motivate me to start the company that I'm the CEO of now called Boven which is burglaries offer companies I'm really really passionate about this space and finding ways to help you get more done with less effort with woven being calendar company or the main product being in the calendar space I'm curious because I know that point in the past and maybe not now maybe woven has changed this but I know at some point in the past you hated calendars can lane what you mean by that is still aide say they are bane of my and you know the first part is you know I aside got busier in my career might calendar started to become more just might to do listrik if it wasn't on my calendar I didn't do it and if it was I did and I hadn't had men at Kelly Tinker who she ran an experiment to see how far she could push this so while I was on a trip to India she put in a my calendar to go get her a small gift in in the late afternoon of one of the days that I was there and LO and behold that's exactly what I did and so you know she pointed out to be after I think that if not to jump off a bridge you probably would do it and I responded by saying yes there was enough travel time to get to the bridge I would so the calendar has very much become on occasion of my life because I'm so busy I can two places at once and I need to have a good system to help keep track of it that's not where the the eight relationship comes with hate relationship comes from one it's so burdensome to manage its into the whole process of creating calendar abandoned editing the event and sending the event to other people it's cumbersome it's not like other systems where you know for me to send a text message somebody I don't even have to touch the phone I can say hey series and a text message to Shannon then it will do the things that could be careful you're series you know I was GonNa say fold but super easy to do that kind of communications calendars are not that way I can ask Siri to try to create a counter event she'll do all wrong about the second thing and this is particularly true in corporate environments they break and they break in really uncomfortable ways where calendar events get opt or you'd have double bookings on People's calendars or you have conference rooms that get reallocated somebody else nobody tells you about it and so these circumstances can be quite embarrassing where you don't show up to a meeting that you were really important to or somebody shows up at your office you weren't expecting for them or you don't have the enjoyed for a particular event and so the when they don't work properly it can be such a drain on our productivity that is amazing to me we currently classified calendering as productivity software it's the anti productivity software this thing takes time and it takes the busier you are the more likely it is that it takes so much time you have to hire a full time professional to manage it for you so I definitely have disdain for this system I wanna see it done differently but I also have loved for I have I've loved for the potential of it is you know it's kind of like you know you're you know the the your black sheep child you have home you want to see them succeed in and you know that they have potential but the driving you crazy that the con constantly getting in troubling Google the calendar has so much potential because it's so central to our lives at least for those of us that are at least moderately busy I mean even my wife I like her whole life is lived out of her her calendar for all the things that she has to do with my kids and you know for her personal life and professional life so it's this thing that is really important to us if we had it better connected to the things that we're spending our time on the calendar has this potential to really help us spend time on what's matic what matters most as an estimation of woolen that is exactly what we're trying to do is to help you re Agean rethink the calendar to help us spend time what matters most and that starts with spending less time on the administration of the Council's counter smart enough to do that stuff for you but it doesn't stop there it's how do we make sure that when you go into a meeting you're sufficiently prepared how to make sure that for all the events so you have all the follow up actions are captured and executed on in in distributed to whomever responsible for them How do we make sure that that you know for those events when you're meeting with somebody new that you I have the appropriate breezing materials to help you understand of it is that you're meeting what are some of the things about your past that might be relevant to them and vice versa all these things are things that account has the potential it doesn't currently do it today but as a potential to do and that's what woven who's trying to bring market is account that can do all those things well I can see and hear from your relating your hatred for the calendar as to where that is stemming from its does often what's happening is the flow of communication or or better yet let me just put it as information the Oh of information it's happening but it's clogged it's Ma- it's lacking context it's lacking pre and post pre shen and follow through and so obviously it's in a sense somewhat broken a lot of similar ways that the thing that's often connected to count I e mail also is that you just highlighted to really critical issues the first is information Asian flow and having been a chief information officers is something I have definitely made a key part of my career for the last almost two decades kids and the there is significant What I call it it's a little technical information when it comes to calendering let's take a simple thing I wanna meet with you you WanNa meet with me we don't know when each other can meet that's the information gap I don't have is to your calendar and you don't have access to mine so what do we do we resort to an incredibly manual process I will look at my calendar by will find spots that record when i WanNa meet with you I'll write them down I'll send them to you in an email or text message or maybe if we're doing this over the phone verbally share that with you it's incredibly inefficient yeah this is two thousand in nineteen we should be able to let machines do some of this stuff for us so that's the first major gap of counters they are fully subject to this information asymmetry the Sechin is context they lack context a meeting or not vented his on your your calendar has four bits of information it has a title has maybe participant sometimes he put events on your calendar that don't have people in them it has time and as a description and that's it so it's very hard to go to your calendar and say hey one of the most mean NFL things I'm spending my time on it has no idea or how much time did I spend with customers might be able to help somebody else answer that him but it can't do it on on its own there's query mechanism in Microsoft outlook or in Google calendar to answer that question and there's so many things is like that which makes it says a counter doesn't have the context and without that you can't build the basis for automation might calendar doesn't I know that my date night with my wife which looks exactly like a dinner event with a customer a two very different events both of them have a a cost to move but a different kind of cost and so if you could teach the counter these things it could be a lot more effective in helping you manage the trade-offs of reschedule doing your date night with your wife versus rescheduling a dare meeting with a with a client very different types of events or let's take another example an interview is a very different kind of meeting then a one on one with an employee again they look the same on the calendar they are practically identical in terms of participant count the information or lack of in the description field the amount the time that they take on the calendar so they look the same but you're the way that you were going to manage to prepare for those is very very different you know for the interview you need to make sure the we know what questions you're asking this candidate that you're aware of who else is candidate has met list not just that day but maybe before being scheduled with you you know for the one on one you might have a running set of agenda items things that you're discussing with your employees about projects that they're working on career development objectives these are two very different kinds of meetings and because the counter can't tell the difference between the two of them can help us manage them in the way that they need to be managed so context and information asymmetry are two of the big problems with calendars and how their bill today one of the other things that it doesn't do is necessarily differentiate between what you're using your time personally for when it comes to whatever role you're in say managerial or Admin time versus say creator tied Toyota. This is a this is a huge one there's a great blog post on maker time versus manager time and this is something that I've definitely taken to heart I was doing a implicitly and how I manage my time and I did realized reading this blog post the brilliance of being explicit about it but for me my my maker time this time where I'm doing something creative where I need loss of uninterrupted times like I'm writing a presentation or if a you know the software engineer on coding or.

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