35 Burst results for "Managing Director"

Asia-Pacific leaders condemn war, renew calls for open trade

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Asia-Pacific leaders condemn war, renew calls for open trade

"Leaders from around the Asia Pacific called for an end to Russia's war in Ukraine and pledged to steer the region's economies towards sustainable growth As the summit of the Asia Pacific economic cooperation forum came to a close the hosting country Thailand said that most countries condemned the war in Ukraine The declaration issued by apec leaders acknowledged that member states had differing views on the war but noted that the conflicts can have significant consequences for the global economy the meeting wrapped up a flurry of events throughout the region that have given leaders a chance to meet face to face a rare occurrence after years of pandemic precautions IMF managing director Chris Selena Giorgio acknowledged new global challenges We met here in Thailand three years ago last And since then the world has changed By events none of us for so coming at that time The COVID pandemic and the war in Ukraine I'm Karen Chammas

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IMF to Lower Global Growth Forecast

AP News Radio

01:06 min | 2 months ago

IMF to Lower Global Growth Forecast

"The International Monetary Fund is again lowering its projections for global economic growth I'm Ben Thomas with their latest assessment IMF managing director crystalline Georgia that describes the outlook as darker than we would have loved it to be IMF now projects global growth will come in at 3.2% for this year and 2.9% for next Speaking at Georgetown university in Washington Georgia says countries making up one third of the world economy could see at least two consecutive quarters of economic contraction this year or next And by 2026 that could lead to global output shrinking by $4 trillion This is the size of the German economy Gone Says the world economy is experiencing multiple shocks including Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the view is more likely to get worse than to get better As for what to do the IMF chief starts with central banks staying the course on inflation though she cautions if we tighten too much too fast and do so in synchronized manner

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BlackRock Defends Work With Climate Groups Amid Republican Attacks

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 3 months ago

BlackRock Defends Work With Climate Groups Amid Republican Attacks

"A BlackRock Inc executive said the top asset managers work with investment industry groups doesn't prevent it from making independent decisions for clients Looking to counter a growing line of attack from Republican U.S. politicians Rights Reuters Delia blast BlackRock senior managing director In a letter sent late today wrote that we do not coordinate our votes or investment decisions with external groups or organizations You do impose your will otherwise this would not be an issue For instance she wrote that when BlackRock joined the climate action 100 plus An effort among big investors to engage companies on climate change the firm made clear that it was not a grain to trade shares or acting concert with other investors to acquire tight control of any company I seem to have read I think it was in the New York Post That they did in fact compel ExxonMobil to choose one or two radicals to serve on its board

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"managing director" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

Telecom Reseller

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"managing director" Discussed on Telecom Reseller

"Security through the channel, we are already ahead of the pace of ucas. And so we're predicting that security is going to be a dominant service in this industry in the next few years. If not within the top three within avant's portfolio within this year. Do you have any last words that you'd like to convey to the listeners out there? Well, I'd love to let them understand that avant is here to help you the trusted adviser get enabled, get confidence in all the products and services and we know that security has been one of the ones that people are least confident with. Well, we have your back. We have, we hired, as I mentioned earlier, Stefan samarth. And behind him, there are like 5 other sales engineers that have all been trained up as experts on security. And we are here to help you with your customers in phone calls as you're talking about security and all the other products and services that are in the channel today. This is Dan with the channel daily news from telecom reseller speaking with Alex, Danny luck. He is the chief strategy officer and I'm going to put this other one in there too. It's not just a temporary one. There you go. They're going to keep you working on this on the managing director of Ivan analytics and it's always a pleasure talking with you. Pleasure to pleasure to be with you again. And I know there's going to be a lot of things happening this year and from my point of view, I've known the company for a long time, your demo stations, your configuration setups. You do everything that a sales organization and a company would do to try and make the sales job easier, make the configuration job easier, make everything you're quoting easier. And it's all about the experience not only for the trusted adviser, but also for their customer and you guys try to do the best you can. Well, thank you. Yeah, we're very much customer forward in supporting the trusted adviser. Thank you, Don. Thank.

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"managing director" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

02:12 min | 7 months ago

"managing director" Discussed on Podcasts – Telecom Reseller

"Security through the channel, we are already ahead of the pace of ucas. And so we're predicting that security is going to be a dominant service in this industry in the next few years. If not within the top three within avant's portfolio within this year. Do you have any last words that you'd like to convey to the listeners out there? Well, I'd love to let them understand that avant is here to help you the trusted adviser get enabled, get confidence in all the products and services and we know that security has been one of the ones that people are least confident with. Well, we have your back. We have, we hired, as I mentioned earlier, Stefan samarth. And behind him, there are like 5 other sales engineers that have all been trained up as experts on security. And we are here to help you with your customers in phone calls as you're talking about security and all the other products and services that are in the channel today. This is Dan with the channel daily news from telecom reseller speaking with Alex, Danny luck. He is the chief strategy officer and I'm going to put this other one in there too. It's not just a temporary one. There you go. They're going to keep you working on this on the managing director of Ivan analytics and it's always a pleasure talking with you. Pleasure to pleasure to be with you again. And I know there's going to be a lot of things happening this year and from my point of view, I've known the company for a long time, your demo stations, your configuration setups. You do everything that a sales organization and a company would do to try and make the sales job easier, make the configuration job easier, make everything you're quoting easier. And it's all about the experience not only for the trusted adviser, but also for their customer and you guys try to do the best you can. Well, thank you. Yeah, we're very much customer forward in supporting the trusted adviser. Thank you, Don. Thank.

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IMF chief: Ukraine war and inflation threaten global economy

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

IMF chief: Ukraine war and inflation threaten global economy

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"managing director" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

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

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"That's something that makes sense to do today because we want that data to be incorruptible well before any ability for quantum to go and put that data risk by the way there are many other applications of quantum that are interesting that don't get into data decryption But but yet which is also why were pursuing quantum but But we want to make sure that that quantum doesn't get used for for bad purposes in. That's we're we're designing these post. Quantum crypto algorithms. I e you intelligence so interesting in for so many reasons it you have such a remarkable ecosystem That you draw insight from we talked about some of the partnerships that you undertake. There are a variety of other companies. You've go to market with of course the ultimate customers of your your products as well. I wonder as you are determining where to focus your team's attention. How do you leverage that ecosystem for insights well We start with the our network Externally like explained at the beginning of our discussion we have Strong relationships with universities with government research agencies with other technology peers in in that network them allows us to assemble teams around any particular question of interest at any given point in time. So i'll give an example of norfolk computing. This is a a new area. That we've been investigating. We've built hardware implementations of of a near morphou competing systems but rather than keep them inside until we Have taken them outside have created a whole research community around using this hardware can exploring new applications for it. Come we have our own ideas about how it might be useful but what we wanna do is sort of unleash. The creativity of of researchers outside the company. And we think a good way to do that even before it's ever a product is just to enable them with research prototypes. That was built in. So that would be an example of how we activate and learn from our partners outside the company and they can also be the beginning if neuromorphic which is still at a research to be clear until the has no no products in your murphy computing. But if it ever gets to that point will sort of have ceded ecosystem of abusers. They understand what the architecture is. Good for and then we can build from there. That's fantastic. Well rich thank you so much for taking time with me today sharing a bit of your perspectives on the many exciting things that you and your team working on. It's been a really insightful. Conversation thank you thanks. Peter has been a great discussion..

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"managing director" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

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

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"And we put the resources into the things that are more likely to succeed and But things that do pass those early tests that early prototyping tests we test them in various ways is technically feasible is feasible from a business point of view and then we enter into another stage where we engage our partners elsewhere in the company. So we'll talk to business. Unit partners of product team partners in sorta come to an agreement at the beginning of technology transfers with college to say. What are we gonna do or. What do we need to do this to be considered successful and then we go ahead and do it. And at the other end of the process we decide if the effort was successful with the partnership and typically what happens is we will ramp down. The research. investment has the product teams ramp up their investment in that kind of a sign of technology transfer. There isn't like this. This chasm that happens between research and the product teams in being present at lots of different intel sites. Were not some ivory tower at a secluded location being present next to other partners inside the company helps us to do those transfers. And we've got a lot of successes. I mean you may know about thunderball technology You know president. In every mac and pc that started as celebs research project back when we had lots of connectors on the side of laptops we have the idea of designing an i o protocol that will let you converge multiple Protocols all into win link in and we did the early research into that became a present now in across the ecosystem Virtualization technology would be another example. In fact that's what i personally worked on early in my career in. We see that in pretty much. Every cloud data center another example would be sold in photonics. Which was early work goes back. More than fifteen years in intel labs. We did sort of the core physics investigation. Into what does it take to build a hybrid laser. And how do you Build a silicon photodetectors in light amplifiers. And all those technology ingredients that went into what are now out of products for our silicon comics product division shipping optical transceivers in into the market for for network communications as well so That's kind of methodology. Maybe a few examples of where we've been successful in the past. And i know that data is also an area of great interest. Needless to say of great interest across companies and the investment in its if anything was also accelerated by covert nineteen across the past year and a half plus and i wonder if you draw some perspectives. There i know that from our past conversations. You've been investigating in investing in the intersection between ai to find ways to enrich the world. Can you talk a bit about some of what you're seeing there. But you and your team doing there as well sure i mean the the big story in computing in the past years has been that rise of machine learning and artificial intelligence and It is just as you suggested. It's data has been the enabler for data and the ability to to process data scale and We're we're all seeing it. There's just more and more data entering into the world all the time part of. That's because we've just been blanketing. The planet was sensors doorbell cameras and smart speakers and smart factors self driving cars. They all have our sources of data that that we can collect and just you know the experience that we've all had the remote work has led to You know a huge infrastructure investment so that we can collect and move more and more data all the time and so what's really exciting about machine learning..

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"managing director" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

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

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Tech nation. I'm your host peter. Hi my guest. Today is rich. Oleg riches intel senior fellow in the managing director of intel labs the organization responsible for research and delivery of breakthrough innovations to reshape intel's future in areas spanning from computing communications security and intelligence systems..

9/11 20th Anniversary: What Happened on September 11 2001?

Sky News Daily

02:08 min | 1 year ago

9/11 20th Anniversary: What Happened on September 11 2001?

"Saturday september eleventh two thousand twenty one marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the united states which left nearly three thousand dead and injured some twenty five thousand people shortly of rate o'clock that morning. The group of islamic terrorists hijacked four airplanes before flying them towards landmark buildings in new york and washington. Dc in the hours that followed the deadliest attack on us soil since pearl. Harbor unfolded live on tv screens around the world but as we struggle to make sense of what we were watching. Hundreds of survivors remained trapped in the upper floors of the world trade center in new york. The episode. you're about to hear. Is graphic first person account from inside two world trade center all that we couldn't see in those minutes told by someone who was just beneath the impact zone when the second plane hit this is nine eleven janice brooks inside the south tower. My name is janice brooks originally from london from east end of london company. Money broncos cool you're burgers and we had an office in london. I answered the telephone. I worked for the managing director. I worked for the brokers. If i needed cavs flowers i did. Invoice is at toppings that was kind of a multifaceted role the ceo of the company. Whose name was gil. it wasted. What from new come from new york and it was one of those okay. What might doing with my life kind of moments. I've been married. Not for me. And i just felt that i love america. It took a wall but I finding made the decision to go to work in new york. And i moved on. The twins said.

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Europes Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviations Recovery

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Europes Travel Restrictions and the Fate of Aviations Recovery

"This summer began on a high note for the aviation industry in the us. Kobe nineteen infections were declining. Dramatically and air travel was rebounding sharply europe even reopened to us tourists. Some analysts saw it as the beginning of a fee shape rebound in air travel but as we head into september. The clouds are back cove is surging again in the us because of the highly. Contagious delta variant. The european union has proposed new restrictions on american travelers and the biden administration stubbornly refuses to let europeans in even though europe now has higher vaccination rates and fewer cove infections than north america as the moody blues would sing has the sunshine. We've been waiting for turn to rain here to discuss this all aviation weeks. Executive editor for commercial aviation jens float. He joins us from frankfurt germany. Also joining us as kevin michael's managing director of aerodynamic advisory and irregular. Aviation we calmness jens. Let's start with you. Tell us what's going on in europe with all these new restrictions it's complicated. That's the kind of the bad news part of it. So the european commission has proposed new restrictions for transatlantic travel given the high infection rate that we see in the us basically. It's saying that all nonessential essential traveled from the us should be stopped. Except if you're vaccinated and that the caveat is important because that obviously means that a lot of people will not be affected by this new mechanism. The other uncertainty in this is of course. European member states have to are in charge of zero and rules so the just proposal and it's not always that they all fall. Follow these proposals.

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The Biggest Untapped Market Opportunity in the World

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:05 min | 1 year ago

The Biggest Untapped Market Opportunity in the World

"Today's guest is my friend. Rahul sorry yogi from india Rahul is the founder and managing director of autobahn capital advisors advisor to the antion capital family of funds. His mission is to consistently identify the best ten to fifteen investment ideas from among the thousands of publicly traded indian corporations rojo graduated from the wharton school of the university of pennsylvania with a degree in economics and is the author of investing in india of value investors guide to the biggest untapped opportunity in the world a definitive guide on navigating the indian marcus published by john wiley and sons row. Welcome back to the program. It's been a while. Thank your yes indeed and so royal. I just want to jump in. Because you're you're just you're my guy in india like of and i've met a bunch of folks at conferences and so forth Folks that we both know. But you know when i really wanna know what's going on i i have to talk to you and i. I haven't even thought. I hate to admit it. I haven't even thought about india probably over a year and all like all i know about india's to look at a chart of the you know the india. Etf it's it's too far off my radar screen. I think it's too far off everybody's radar screen. I know you agree with that. Wouldn't yeah absolutely done It it has indeed been a while since we've spoken than it's been. What twelve years since you were here in southern india and janae with me and You don't we were driving it out and looking at stuff while yup it has. So is it at any given moment when i've talked you like sometimes you like well. The markets run up huge. And you know. I'm really cautious. Or you know it's it's way down and i'm really aggressively bullish or something because it is. It does seem to swing a

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NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

Garage Pass National Show

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

NASCAR Cup Series Managing Director Faces Animal Cruelty Charges

"Nascar cup series director j. Fabian was arrested monday. On charges of animal cruelty law enforcement officials allege fabian willfully neglected his dogs with one dying and the other two found to be suffering from starvation and extreme dehydration. Fabian will step down from his role with nascar until the matter is

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Choose Love, Not Fear in the Workplace With Gary Heil

The Psychology Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

Choose Love, Not Fear in the Workplace With Gary Heil

"Some people might wonder what the heck does law have to do with building great teams right question before like take really gary really and then and then i read this really cool book. Called transcendence that scott coffin. You know that. I wasn't as far off the mainstream as island so i went out actually not looking for the app i went out and i started interviewing ended as five hundred introduce with leaders trying to create change trying to figure out why everybody talked a better game than they played. You know. everybody's got the language everybody's heard the speeches. They've read the self help books. They just weren't making many changes we spent about. What sixteen billion dollars a year. Trying to create better leaders. Were not much better off than we were two decades ago. What i wanted to know why. And so we went and interviewing leaders trying to figure out why methodology aside we found a couple of things we were not surprised but one of the about but one of the things i was really surprised about is every time we found a great a really good team not one that just one games or made huge profits but sustained itself over generations. We found leaders and teams. That had a fundamentally different relationship. And i didn't really wanna find that. But i'd sit there and walk in and you can feel the energy when you walk through the door. We go what is this. And finally this crazy football coach in south carolina and dabo sweeney. Us is is talking to us about love. And i think he's a little crazy. He break before the national championship visas. We're going to win because we we love each other and you're like okay and you start to think about it but it reminded me of what guiding yawn carlson who is the leader managing director of esus the scandinavian system airline years ago. He said the first choice. Every leader needs the baker's. Choose love or choose fear. I thought i got it thirty years ago. I get davos talking to me. And i'm starting to get it going. Is that what i'm seeing. Here is a culture where people really cared deeply for each other more than they do just about money. Make no mistake. Data cares about wedding so carlson running airline of the year. But there's something deeper about the way people

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American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

American Airlines Will Let You Watch 30 Minutes of TikTok

"First item is comes from actually from american airlines american airlines takes tick-tock to new heights with free in-flight access for customers. So of course. American airlines provide some free in flight wifi offerings and it just added tick-tock. Now if you'll know what tic tac is ask your kids. It's it's the popular social networking service. That's owned by chinese company. Bite dance and now on via sad equipped narrowbody aircraft american. Let you connect to talk free for thirty minutes. And there's a quote from clarisa sebastian. She's americans managing director of premium. Customer experience an onboard products has kind of a mouthful. She says faster. Wifi allows us to deliver diverse in-flight entertainment options and eve and invest in innovative partnerships with platforms like talk customers. Play the lead role in helping us. Better understand what content they want during their inflight experience and tic tac is one of the platforms. They love on the ground and we're thrilled to work with via sat to give customers free access to tick talk while they're in the air as well. I don't know do you think The typical american customer american airlines customer is a tic tac user or or is it just me. That's kind of living in the past. No i don't think they are. In fact i'm sitting here going. Why are we talking about this. I just looked it up the typical. Us audience tick tucker sixty percent. Female forty percent. Male sixty percent are between the ages of sixteen and twenty four twenty. Six percent are between the ages of twenty five and forty four. So yeah it skews pretty young and i would say it probably skews younger than the average american airlines customer. So big deal about it.

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Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

Woman's Hour

02:21 min | 1 year ago

Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

"Government is urging people to return to the office. What impact is that going to have particularly on women. Many of whom have been working from home for over a year. We've had such a huge reaction from our listeners that we wanted to hear more. Boris johnson's called for a gradual return over the summer. The chancellor and some business leaders are calling for people to taper off homeworking for the sake of their prospects the economy and their wellbeing but research for the bbc art today shows that in an increasing number of jobs are being advertised with the option of working from home where we're gonna hear directly from listeners with a range of us and experiences all on all of this but i i'm joined by wendy hallett at wendy was a senior manager retail group arcadia and she oversaw top shop on street in london are on twenty years ago they. She founded her own retail company to create a flexible working environment for herself. When her children were young and nice she advocates this for her entire staff. Wendy welcome went very invited me on wendy earlier this week. We heard this suggestion. That civil servants should get their pay docked if they continue to work from home and the times newspaper has the story today. That tech companies. Google is planning something similar. I wonder if you think a financial penalty is the way to get employees back to the workplace and indeed if they need to be going back to the workplace at all. I definitely don't think that Starting off with looking at financial penalties to get back in the office is the right way to go. I think the fact that that has been so much more working from home so much. More flexibility for men and for women. It's not just a female Issue gives us a huge opportunity to look at how we do work so i think to come coming on a negative which he shall we pay is totally wrong and i do think that we should be looking at flexibility. I wouldn't advocate everybody working from home every single day but i think there should be now a flexible approach. This is a huge opportunity to narrow. I think the pay gap of anti changes the way we look at working going forward.

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US to Allow Visitors From Hong Kong to Stay for 18 Months

BBC Newsday

01:55 min | 1 year ago

US to Allow Visitors From Hong Kong to Stay for 18 Months

"Is announced that thousands of Hong Kong residents Will be offered a temporary safe haven in the US, Mr Biden said they were compelling foreign policy reasons for the move and cited the territories ongoing freedoms being violated by Beijing. The U. S will allow visitors to stay for a period of 18 months, and it could impact thousands of Hong Kong residents who are already in the country. Let's hear now from Samuel to who campaign for this and who is the founder, managing director. Of the Hong Kong Democracy Counselor Washington D. C based non profit organization dedicated to promoting democracy and human rights in Hong Kong summer. Thanks for joining us this morning, I'm sure you are pretty happy man. At the moment. But why has the White House made this decision now? Well, thank you for having me and yes, I think we're delighted. And, uh, and celebrating for many Hong Kong as you are here in the U. S already that will receive this benefit immediately. Um, I think there are a couple of things that have to become the minded. The crackdown in Hong Kong has been unfolding now for two years. Right in plain sight. And so I think that to send people back to force people to return, many of whom would face certain arrests and prosecution. Is simply inhumane and unacceptable. So then you would you have liked it to be longer than 18 months because it's not going to change the situation in 18 months. Is it in Hong Kong? Yeah, I think that the 18 months is a fairly standard practice, you know for US government in terms of protecting temporary status, providing temporary status for folks who can't return to their home country. And I want to point out that this is a renewable 18 months by the order of the president, and I believe that you know the situation continues and it warranted. I think that the administration will continue this protection for Hong Kongers. Do you think we could see

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"managing director" Discussed on The Leadership Trap

The Leadership Trap

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Leadership Trap

"If you don't have great people. I mean look at the teams that win the super bowl the stanley cup in the world. Series nambia chips. Even the i mean they're constantly retooling and it's not that you have that you have that ability of their of of how much they can spend. I mean you always want to hire the best person whatever that budget is but no that question does not change regardless of size. I find that people get pretty comfortable with pretty good and they're not willing to make enough changes to be great. Yeah and the other thing. Too and david you i'll ask you know differences of a twenty years ago. I don't know it's so much difference. Or maybe my own maturity age but it's not just productivity right because one of the things that i coach is productivity is only half their score the other half is are. They live in the culture of the company What is their behavior in effect of. Who was at the journal manager. Wonder cubbies finally won the world series Theo epstein i think was there journal manager and he was written up either in fortune or forbes and asked him what was his secret the finally get the he said. Will you know what we actually went and traded for players who were not as great on the field but they were phenomenal teammates in the locker room because so many times especially in sports. You're gonna put up with that superstar. Who poisoned in the locker room. So the point being in in corporate america is fifty percent of the score is productivity the other percents behavior. And you know. I do fairmount of leadership. Coaching these days. And i had an interesting situation in which an executive who was highly highly valued in the organization The head of hr was told you know this guy is a bully and so she put me on to coach. The sky and i couldn't help but wonder..

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"managing director" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

De RetailTrends Podcast

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on De RetailTrends Podcast

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Expert Weighs in on Unprecedented Heat Waves in the West

BZ Flashback

02:03 min | 1 year ago

Expert Weighs in on Unprecedented Heat Waves in the West

"I'm I'm joined joined by by Steve Steve Bowen, Bowen, managing managing director director and and head head of of Catastrophe Catastrophe Insight Insight at at

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Manitoba Moose Hunt Divides Opinion

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Manitoba Moose Hunt Divides Opinion

"Begin in western manitoba more specifically the region of duck mountain site of an otherwise illegal. Moose hunt led by derek deepak neck grand chief of the assembly of manitoba chiefs now. According to a report from the winnipeg sun last month's traditional hunt negotiated with and sanctioned by the manitoba government involve the harvesting of alone. Bull moose. Now the thing is the region's moose. Population is said to be dangerously depleted by as much as ninety percent so perhaps comes as no surprise that the hunt as apparently upset non indigenous hunters in the province in particular members of the manitoba wildlife federation. Indeed the federation's managing director felt this act quote. Antagonize people at a time when we need people to come together

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"managing director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

Recorded Future - Inside Threat Intelligence for Cyber Security

02:01 min | 1 year ago

A Nuanced Approach to Insider Threats

"Joining us. This week is john. Ford managing director of global government services and insider threat risk solutions at mandy and our conversation centers on his experience with effective insider threat programs from both the technical and human perspective with twenty years of experience in the fbi before joining mandate john ford gained extensive knowledge from bringing to justice some of the world's most notorious cybercriminals knowledge which informs his approach to solving today's most pressing security issues. Stay with us. My career started almost twenty eight years ago. I was a police officer by career. Starting law enforcement in austin texas and in nineteen ninety eight. I joined The fbi and through that time as you imagine we went through everything you can imagine with nine. Eleven and the changes that evolved within the bureau. I went to cyber and i was one of the first agents out there to really start. Cyber task forces in the bureau moved to headquarters where worked in what was called the special technologies and applications office. so that's where we were looking at horizon technologies and horizon events that we might need to plan and prepare for. In in the event that those would come to fruition promoted again when out to san antonio was a cyber supervisor out here and then promoted again and was leading our four deployed operations in informed space with our our country partners overseas so specifically working at cyber again so and then at some point decided to make the jump to the private sector. Yeah retired in two thousand eighteen and joined mandate came over director working in government solutions and actually actually see on both sides actually selling the commercial and the government side of the

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"managing director" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

Wild Business Growth Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Wild Business Growth Podcast

"A class project to an actual business. That is now licensed. That's kind of for anybody who has ever taken a test on a scantron. You get a real kick out of that one. He also has real estate businesses landscaping business going back to age fourteen in this episode. We talked about all the above and his tips on organization credibility social proof and a really corny billboard from the midwest it is max b with maxi. Enjoy the show Already we are here with max brickman max. Be the one and only mac now. I'm not talking about myself in third person but buddy from college who has Done some pretty cool things before college during college after college as well. Managing director of heartland ventures. Max thanks for joining. How you doing today. Good thanks for having me of course. Of course thanks for joining before we get into heartland ventures in some other inventions as well. You got your start business like a very very young age now. People are gonna think like h two or three so i kind of soldier short there but like when you're in middle school high school it's really when you got your four into entrepreneurship. What is the biggest lesson you learn from like your first foray into this world had such a good question. I started landscaping company. That was fourteen. Honestly it was at a time. When i wasn't doing that well in school and and i kind of found entrepreneurship. Is it as a bit of an outlet where i was able to apply what i was learning in school and Know kenmore see the the results of of what i was doing and you know when when starting something i i kind of relied on expert advice that i there's always something i didn't know that would prevent me from starting business set like i couldn't start line company because you. You really have to be an expert in that space or or buy a property because it becomes so complicated and i think is realizing that with enough effort you can see. There's enough resources out there that that you can identify and solve all the problems that that would otherwise be a barrier. There's new barriers for any entrepreneur. But there's like barriers on barriers for a fourteen year old entrepreneur. I mean i can't even imagine at that. Time was probably transitioning from like tony. Hawk pro skater to call of duty. That was probably the majority of my time landscaping real estate..

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5 Insider Tips Every Speaker Needs to Know

The Speaker Station Podcast

01:53 min | 1 year ago

5 Insider Tips Every Speaker Needs to Know

"There are certain things that establish a foundation that you absolutely have to know in this episode title foliage going to share with you five insider tips that every speaker needs to know. Tyler has been acting in film and television since he was six years old and is an accomplished film and stage performer. He is also passionate about helping others confidently take the stage and impact an audience with their stories. He is currently the managing director of total buyin an author of the number one bestselling book the power to speak naked. Tyler brings an undeniable gravitas to the conferences and workshops. He leads feeling equally at home whether among an intimate group are in front of a crowd of hundreds with his distinct direct style. Show entitled foley is emerging as one of north america's sought after leaders in the field of public speaking for personal and professional development. Welcome to the show tyler. It's an absolute pleasure to be european. It is no better place to start from the beginning. So let's discuss stagefright. Where does it come from how listeners get over it well as so. I'm gonna impact that question in reverse. The first way that they can get over. Stagefright is to recognize that they actually don't have stage fright. Everyone says that they're afraid of public speaking. And you and i are having a conversation right now in although we're probably not physically near each other we're still in public. We're discussing things. And i'm sure that everyone of your listeners. At some point right now has had had a conversation in a group of friends appears at a party or a social event or something. So we're not afraid of public speaking. What we're afraid of is bob

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How to Build Repeatable Revenue for Your Business

The Small Business Radio Show

02:02 min | 1 year ago

How to Build Repeatable Revenue for Your Business

"One of the best ways. We're all business. Is that customer revenue that has repeatable were customers. Subscribe to your product or service and keep coming back. My next guest is a form for your company to do. Just that troy. Henikoff is managing director of math venture partners additionally choice an active mentor would techstars. He also helps manage. the fire. Started fund teaches entrepreneurship at northwestern. University's kennedy school of business is on the board of the chicago. Land aunt pearl center toy was a co founder and ceo of sure payroll troy. Welcome to the show. Great to be here and air voice. I wish i could say great to see you. But you know that's coming as well you co authored. A new book called levers the framework for building repeatability. Into your business. Why is repeatability so important. Small business well you know we all the four of us who worked on this book together and we all believe that data and metrics driven companies are the companies that win and the reason that they win is that they the data shows you what your customers really want and allows you to do more of that thing that they want and allows you to make your business model repeatable and more importantly scalable. This is all really easy to say but man is difficult to do so troy wide small business owners because i find small business owners. Don't even look at their financial data and that's kind of basic. It is basic as a matter of fact your financial data that most people look at is backwards looking. People should be looking at their income statement and balance sheet every month. And you know coming out of quickbooks or zero or whatever tool they choose but remember. That's up the you of what has happened last month last quarter last year. What we want you to do is use the data to be able to see forward into your business

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How We Can Design Autonomous Systems for Values

HumAIn Podcast

01:48 min | 1 year ago

How We Can Design Autonomous Systems for Values

"Listeners. Welcome back to the humane podcast as were diving. Deeper into twenty twenty one. There's one thing that's been on. Everyone's mind and it's not the pandemic it's the rise of ai. It's the great divide that we've been seeing in the last decade. The splintering of the internet the splintering of a and research and science and whether technology is being used for the greater good or for alternative purposes in today's guest on our show is stephen. Umbro who is a managing director for the institute for ethics and emerging technologies in the european union. Stevens work focuses on ethics and design thinking around building. A i systems and how policy can shape. The future of these autonomous. That many of us think about every day. Stephen thank you so much for joining us on the show. No problem happy to be here. I really pleased to have this conversation. Because i've had many conversations with colleagues east than by east. I mean singapore taiwan china korea and other countries and island nations and also with colleagues out west in the united states and canada in the european union. And there seems to be a diverging thoughts on where we're going to be going with these systems. Let's start with some background from you. About what type of work do you do with autonomous systems and ai systems. And where are we out today with the work that you're doing so i i guess you could say something. My work is could be described as being somewhat eclectic. However it's all within the more umbrella Domain of engineering ethics.

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"managing director" Discussed on Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast

Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on Work Inspired - A BOS Podcast

"We hopefully are nearing the end of it people are eager to go back to some normal to to what some some sense of normalcy right to how it was before and i think some of that is. I mean very warranted. We wanna see our loved ones. We want to gone public travel. But at the same time you use the phrase glass half full does does a large disrupters that set us up to better handle and leverage change on an ongoing basis. How we coming out of this better prepared to real imagine and then realize our futures you know. I think from a technology perspective. We probably are. We've been forced into a way of working with technology and look how it's disrupting medicine and education and just all these different industries but it's interesting from a conceptual point of view. We don't like to change like we feel better being comfortably the same as we were if we were happy. Don't if it's not broke. Don't fix it right but at the other way of looking at that though is that it changes the way we get to how we're going to be in the future and the way we innovate and improve. So yeah i. I don't think there isn't necessarily an answer. But i think you said it's it's the intent. It's it's being proactive. And exploring those concepts re looking at the the ideas of others and looking at where we're at today to see. How do we get to where we're going to be at the future too. So i mean it's such a cool project and it's so unique that i'm really really grateful that you came and told us about it. I think i. I'm sure there will be people that want to learn more. And maybe grad that movie list and dive into some of the takeaways. I love to finish the interview budgets. Asking you a couple personal questions from your from your professional standpoint as a business owner and managing director Has there been a resource. That's been really valuable to you and your career that you'd be willing to share with others. Yeah it's so without a doubt it's people You know in. i think. Sometimes you know we. We tend to forget that as a resource But whether it's co workers or clients competitors even anyone that i can sit next to on a plane. Now come back to the san diego. That has a great story to tell to me. my wife. Who's been an inspiration for practically everything i mean. I think there's so many people out there in the world that one can learn from in really eatery in challenge in be challenged by You know it's actually why this year has been such a challenge for. I think for me in a lot of people is you know. It's it's i love hopping on a plane so that i consider room and have a conversation on crazy far out topic and You know when. I reflect on just what happened over the last year and i compare it to prior pandemics in the world. I just feel like we're so lucky right now to actually have the technology that's in place today that can create this kind of i mean. Look at what we're doing right now on on on your show You know we're we're still able to accomplish connection with today's communication technologies but you know frankly nothing beats good old base face meeting with someone that you can have a great conversation with amen to that while looking forward to that in the near future hopefully regarding leadership as they're a quality that you've seen is consistent across effective leaders ito I think everyone has their own style. but one thing that. I find when i look at leaders who i just admire personally. It's it's really the ability to listen. And i mean like really listen. Active listening practice that day in day out. They listen well. You're it's something that i've learned over time..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Secondly function fictional. since so. If i'm calling someone should not be a corker. You should have done as a missing marketing job that they should up my band. My company my product before autism. And i call you. It's the walmart call. Oh you're from this company. Okay yeah what can you tell us. Ambiguous don't know about you. It should not be you which company should not be. What does this company do if somebody asks you in a meeting. What does he do that. Martinez field you because you have not got your brand out your product out and the reason of your products and services in the market through mass marketing and mocking does not mean tv. Like i don't know if you have in your life have you ever seen on tv. No that's the point so mocking. He's not about burning money on. Gdn on go to market. That's not much marketing is being first of all the view operated twitter right for me be majority of whatever news advertising with ask on platforms brands. Come on twitter and they put their ads just brand money on facebook and google. They put money on twitter. Reach the audience. So i have a doctor. Cmo's mocking departments evita's bombs and the agencies by whom they work with so. I have no desire of mass marketing. I'm like please don't waste your money doing incas. You will reach out of hundred people. see that message to. I'm all of what position laughing. I want your effort to count. We don't spend too much money. We have a budget just today. I've met with deviant lead for subsidies and viewed the annual plan and budget. So the we discussed. Okay show me the budget for the year. I said okay. I won't do and be limbaugh quarters. We have to queue for as i wanted to show me bishop might have used Mocking ninety spent two matching Not strip excuse She said why. I said if my security and you four i need to make more noise and you want to you too so that goes mocking has alive of it. You can't do marketing and have revenue on the same. Big market has alike. So you need to know your season idea of sales and this is not deal marketing balcony. That depends on the industry in which you operate your offensive. has an immediate effect. But at least in our world doesn't marketing an actual sales and so we tackled by quarter track leads so many many things so i mean because you know the best thing about working on twitter is there is no template.

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Done in the past but you know what some magnusson dismantle Short and it has been an incredible right and be have grown constant the numbers but think of very high numbers in person. Did you do better but finds it does been both audience and avenue our strategy business dramatically authorship in this part of the would have done better than ever before the team and for me the best tooting level model now the region so if i was giving india well india. India is one country yes. We have multiple states but still country you can do. I didn't do not soldering lead into four corners. Bombie billy you can develop that but salty jessica is seven different countries. Each county has its own unique ability and culture language context and remember. Twitter is the culture of every company. Operated 'cause you come here. Dr your friends and families on other platforms but india. Pay somebody you are on twitter. Looking at everything that's happening is the largest open bod in the to watch a match so i find that variability of the vida's Operating right interesting to. I'm working with very few indians. And what people from other parts of the world that have ever looked before because a global hub. It's not as a of so. I have french. It dalliance are have spanish. I have tied vietnamese malaysian. singapore indians. actually So many different parts of the world. The whom i work with and that is so much deficient because i get to learn of different people different backgrounds i can learn from their experiences and it just keeps me fish sort added all. I am in with the experience that i've had. I actually feel a lot younger than if if i was just looking in one country for a long long time and so i actually got his people. If you have an opportunity unit for the middle charter get out of the country. You're living available bonding even shrub. Your dentist don't visit the holiday but in you live somewhere in work there live somewhere in the back to your home country if you want to but that expedience and deleted in green the culture of the other part of the world is just phenomenal for me. That's the biggest learning experience. I keep seeing your winter. But i bet to anybody in his right. Mind listening to this podcast or as ever converse with you in the last few years we'll see probably one of the youngest so who's out there so don't call yourself for your badly data among thank you but but living let me get a little deeper into it up. Admin that yup when you're lead the bnl function for the packers and Vacancies from the marketing. Point of view to understand. What's your handshake like with the marketing function. At what giddens do you meet with them. You know what are the high level objectives. You say operationally. What metrics are tracked ward is consistently deported upon as the managing director of twitter works the most value that marketing biggs to. So because i'm an ex marketer. In that sense i have done. Marketing would be to be in b. two c. I actually love my marketing team so we often gbm global marketing business marketing team of legends. I mean i. I'm not using the word lose. Lose a lot but i actually love what this team does this team so for me. What what next. Petitional marketing the following. They're putin you test you. Marketing is nothing but sales execute. That is what for me marketing. Sales is one on one marketing tempting but execute.

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"A thank you for sharing that but balu joint. What were your initial responsibilities hall of the seven years pined out and how does it compare to your current role right now so for me. Seven and a half years breaks down to four years and t and a half years. But that's how big up. When i joined my role was business development in partnerships Again i'm not a businessman guy. By definition you see my life. My journey very very so these. I'm not and bid for anyone to follow all the wrong decisions. All the weird korean moves across different departments different geographies. But it's been very. I love what i do for me. It looks for me. I'm not sure it works at others but the first for years but all about partnerships. And i have to say our hand. Absolute insured so is brand that we have one hundred percents of brown and he went in the will you go. You can walk into. Donnie people know. The bluebird used a difference between a brand recall usage. That gap is large. So that's the challenge so you may know my brand but you're not my app on your phone. So how do i convince you to get divorced. My role distribution. Get the app on people's devices so they start using it and you know we had a skeleton team businessman folks in my. I had a few in it. Back is to go with all china to australia. Who sausage to india two parts of the middle east south asia Right eye amazing partition. I had at one point of time to telecom operators device manufacturers in china in india. I looked at all of them. We but i we have something the fabrics which was odd as decay to get into your accent websites so from clicking for to kick buzzing about them to ndtv two times of india. You name any indian media website in two thousand fourteen fifteen we got us everywhere everywhere on partnerships with sewing credible that i had been identified as operator and we had a co marketing with them..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Congress so is to be going there for many years before. That was the us's web so it is one of these actually had reached out to meet for partnership. And i was in episode and this. Rv can we do a partnership together and listen to them. And i politely declined. And give them a reason why it makes no sense for this partnership the partnership that they have approached and you know. donald is very Putting cell for the partnership world brandon two thousand thirteen john and company but dude still a very young company then okay not mass user detector but have does he noted include. Didn't make sense from a business district. I give any rational in the guy on it on to me and said you know what are we had from almost everyone but most of the been just had noticed asked to get out of the office. I actually sat down hoffner after note quickly to be y and actually giving you the combination of what i could do better and tone the pitch to then you can see. Yes you the person who actually it'd be done. Educate me how the market works. As i didn't want to go to the office but yeah i mean if you come back so anyway activated ended. I know about sedona to restart the missing. Can we do a meeting Meeting telecom up on the world. So i i agree for meeting but an be So i was supposed to meet them in the morning at ten. Am in the morning on the first day of the show and time i think the ceo it was doing keynote. Sunday school twitter. I as bunk that meeting. I wanted to see so. I didn't even show up. I didn't have that phone numbers. My rooming was not looking. So i didn't bother businesses keno. And they must have really for me. Uninsured must've upset. I guess so anyways next day. I'm sitting for another time meeting in the common areas in barcelona..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"I give it a shot discipline listening absolutely so i want to your next thing. I get and i'm a ton of questions there as well as you built great relationships at the c. level across customer personnel duties to understand and a lot of marketers tuning in rediscovering. How did you go about doing this. You know what levers did you deploy. Did you have a scalable playbook for this built back in the day or did you embrace like. Let's do the things that donald scale mantra. So with hindsight. I can sugar coated in i about all an in a systematic temperature-wise skill manner. No it's nothing like that. If you look at careers will have gone to his facets. The one other thing. I wanted to do because i was in advertising marketing right. And you'll see this across my career. it's not been very consistent on one thing because i get bored of being wanting for too long and i moved to the next thing. So when you're marketing and you keep and you're like i want to be in serious because that's where the action is great marketing fees little back office enabling sales. That's the role of marketing. You're removing the fish of sales. Something i want to be frontline. I want to be where the action is. So i was getting to goal into your driving to meet the customer. And that's what made me switch from emphasis to Gate cyber this of mccurdy this three for years. I did dead. It's singular mouth in that sense. That i was trying to find myself. I have the gumption to bigger risk of being a salesperson. i wouldn't give bossing mark. i don't think i did. A phenomenal wife might level of maturity of selling it consulting in did us to Dead was not akbar. Maybe if i had finally expedience so i think hyung-doo this and accompanies accommodated by good. Was his my mental equity in the maturity to do this. I think there was a mismatch. But i learned the donna. I did good work at..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"Who would fly. The delhi would then fly emphasis bengal. Not and then tell block. They will have to visit this. It became a of call for every head of state. So that's kind of exposure guard dead. So i wrote this thing. We should in student award like this. Our biggest clients in the us. Or let's start with the us to do one us. The north america was largest percentage of revenue in rest of the world combined residue but we have no am so i had category that the criteria and i said okay we need a partner because your brand is not a global brand yet so i said i d you need a credible partner i said. Why don't we good education institute. Like a howard wattana someone or a stanford which has more tech and get them to partner with us and then negative when she came hydrogen this night the next morning. I president jesse politics. She's a big name in india marketing now and they love the idea. Jesse took an office and under mitterand. Guy to legend ron moody right. I was sitting in my pants. But i presented to him..

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"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

The Great Indian Marketing Show

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"managing director" Discussed on The Great Indian Marketing Show

"For joining us. And welcome to the grading in mark. Thanks lisa pleasure to be here before we dig into the podcast one of the common themes that you and i enjoy our cricket and congratulations to you and to me and do all the one billion plus indians on pulling off an absolute miracle at the gabba. I bet you didn't see this coming. In my wildest dream in my wildest dream i had not thought this was possible. Even on the fifty in the second half. I wasn't my mind playing india with go for a draw and it defied every logical statement every graph that you connect the dots to what you should do. Defied everything that i have learned in my life and it's a good lesson in life management marketing. You can pick many lessons. Are the what. India pulled off resources constrained back against the wall dime against you. Elian conditions foreign factors unknown -bility at its highest peak. And then you go and do the impossible. Usually i'm a man fulla words. But the tweeted out. I'm at a loss. for words. on how and why an icon still rationalize this victory on four years five players with less than three test matches under their belt debut for a couple of folks in the team and then have pull something like this whether it is fun to whether it is gil whether it is rogers five-wicket haul. This team was just incredible. Washington played a class knock. It was just a phenomenal effort. Vidartes missing you. And so i mean pretty much like you say all of us were dumbfounded onwards but i think your live from a digital experience one of the wildest experiences because kill am obviously on twitter tracking every single tweet right because there is that rush happening. You've got sony live on broadcasting live. You've got what's that buzzing at the same time i'm also into clubhouse and there is a broom called cricket room where oliver the chatting aborted for eight hours right from the start at five. Am in the morning. it was a phenomenal experience. And then you've got another taboo put on clicking food so it's pretty much an insane experience with all of us. You know man. this comes in. I'm connecting to the digital. We when it comes to the floor if you a goal and search these people that who played the final best. You will have very few search dumps the name before the test match what happened. These people probably don't even have a twitter handle most of them right and the talking of team of unknowns blink against probably what they called the best bowling attack in the history of australia. Probably two of the best batsmen played for australia. They won the batting records. They won the voting records cds. Probably better keeper. I mean he also adopt a few but on an average year was a better keeper in australia. They have a much better feeling site. Our best field goal in detail. I'm like big every department on. Its own if you take individual players on their own. Australia wins in every template. But then look at the result to one to india with a bunch of unknowns. So you know. I was reading the book managing book. I forget what. It's called many years ago and i think where they mentioned this one thing that is actually not great to have a single hero entity why what happens when you have a single hero entertain data. He'll take seville not of resources because it's a very demanding personality.

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