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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:32 min | 18 hrs ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"President, chief operating officer of the Chicago Bulls, his leading of venture to buy a minority stake, and his dad's Chicago White Sox. Jerry Reinsdorf, purchased the White Sox From a consortium 40 years ago. I don't think that was built back. I think there was ownership between Bill Veeck and Ryan star. But let's talk to Danny Ecker, who wrote on this extensively at Crain's Chicago business, Danny, Welcome back to the big 89. How are you, sir? I'm good. Are you doing John? I'm doing well. I know Ryan's Dorf has had a limited partners in both the Bulls and the White Sox for years, and they're obviously getting up there in age. Any idea of how well they've done with this limited partnership venture over the past 40 years. I mean, the White Sox, you know, given take with the seasons and attendance and what have you I would imagine over 40 years It's been a heck of an investment. Oh, yeah, And I think that you know there's the operating profit, which certainly when they bought the team was much different on But it is today, but the real money maker is I mean, put it this way. They bought the team and 40 years ago for 19 million. That's with an M million. And the most recent Forbes estimates of what the White Sox work today is 1.7 billion with a B. So you know, if you think about the appreciation of money over 40 years, I would say they're ahead of that. And, uh, you know, look, the there's the New York Mets just sold for $2.4 billion. So when you think about what that those steaks are worse, it Z up there. The question is when you cash out right and that's kind of really what's at stake here with this with the news this week. Jerry is what he said He's in his upper seventies isn't in a lot of these guys loaded 5 85 Okay, and his sons Michael and John, are 53 51 right in the limited partners, his buddies from 40 years ago. They're all in their eighties at this point to actually know one of them personally, but So it did. Were they able to? It sounds to me that Jeri Ryan star who sent this letter to the limited partners saying, Look, my boys they're going to buy into this. And here's the deal. Did the limited partners were they able to sell to whomever they want to sell? Or what was that up to Ryan stores? Discretion who he wanted to come into the consortium. Jerry Reinsdorf has the final sale for that. So that's really one of the interesting things that makes this limited partners a little bit tricky is that you know you you can sell to whoever you want, but If Jerry doesn't want certain partner in and you know, he has the final say can veto a sale. So you know, that's that's part of what complicates this is. You know if if you are gonna have your money with the team, and you're ready to cash out for in the state planning purpose, or if there's a death of one of limited partners You know, there's only so many perspective buyers out there and that's kind of what Jerry said here with this letter that he sent to a limited partners this week, which is that my sons are leading a venture that's interested in buying. So if anyone's interested in selling, here's their offer, here's Here's the negative of that If I can't sell to, you know, whoever I want to sell it to Jerry's essentially saying, Hey, My boys are gonna make a nice offer And guess what? You're going to take it. Maybe that could be the case. But I mean, look, that's I'm sure the conspiracy theorists would say that Jerry is is, you know is the puppet master that is going to determine all of this, but you know, there's love different investors and a lot of different relationships. And I mean, look, that's why if you are buying if Ur own limited partner shares in the team If you're gonna sell him by yourself, you're taking a discount automatically they're worth I was talking to one analyst who said there were 25 to 40% less than they would be. If you held on your shares and then waited until Jerry eventually maybe sold the team or if the rains were family sold the team then you'd be getting you know your full value your share, and that's the reason is because it's tricky. You can't really get out. It's you can't borrow against it. It's just You're in and you may be in for a long time until something happens with team. Hey, you get nice seats every year. A zoo long as you don't sell them for above the the price on the ticket. That's great. You know? Nice, right. You lot of these guys didn't get replica rings for the White Sox World championship. They got nice time and race. Right, right. You know, I'm not a conspiracy theorist because 40 years ago. Jerry Reinsdorf when you bought into this You realize he controlled the cards. He was the majority stakeholder in this and what he says goes when you bought in with that It's not like this was a bait and switch. Well, no, of course not. And look at the economics of sports 1981 or far different than they are today. Um, but I mean, what's most interesting about this news this week is The fact that you know what the Ryans Dorf sons are doing could be read in a couple different ways. I mean, at first glance, which I think is private. Most likely intention is that they see it as an opportunity to get a maybe to get in with the team at a relative discount, given the fact that Hold it is, you know, making the team hemorrhage, cash and operations and you've got by the way. The collective bargaining agreement between baseball and the players is expires this year, so there might not be a season next year. And that's so that maybe could get in. And there may be signaling that they have a long term intention to own the White Sox. Even though Jerry has said publicly he is strongly suggested that his family Sell the team when he died not to be melancholy, but that's what you said. And on the other hand, you could also are too that, like we just said, when you buy that limited partner steak you're buying at a discount. So you know, you could argue that the Ryan store of stars are hedging the Ryans ropes under hedging so that if Jerry dies, and they sell the team, or if Jerry just decides to sell the team That they would then be making a profit based on buying at a discount and selling for full value of the shares. So you know it's not really clear what happens when Jerry dies about who gets to determine whether the team is sold, but if it is the runs or family Now. One factor could be that you know, if if they if someone takes their offer the boys offer than one factor could be that they also have a limited partner Steak. Jenny Eckert is here talking well real estate and business and sports. He's from Crain's Chicago business in our remaining moments that Danny I saw your piece today are hotels ready for hopefully, throngs coming back to the city..

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Fresh update on "president chief operating officer" discussed on John Howell

John Howell

00:29 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "president chief operating officer" discussed on John Howell

"President, chief operating officer of the Chicago Bulls, his leading of venture to buy a minority stake, and his dad's Chicago White Sox. Jerry Reinsdorf, purchased the White Sox From a consortium 40 years ago. I don't think that was built back. I think there was ownership between Bill Veeck and Ryan star. But let's talk to Danny Ecker, who wrote on this extensively at Crain's Chicago business, Danny, Welcome back to the big 89. How are you, sir? I'm good. Are you doing John? I'm doing well. I know Ryan's Dorf has had a limited partners in both the Bulls and the White Sox for years, and they're obviously getting up there in age. Any idea of how well they've done with this limited partnership venture over the past 40 years. I mean, the White Sox, you know, given take with the seasons and attendance and what have you I would imagine over 40 years It's been a heck of an investment. Oh, yeah, And I think that you know there's the operating profit, which certainly when they bought the team was much different on But it is today, but the real money maker is I mean, put it this way. They bought the team and 40 years ago for 19 million. That's with an M million. And the most recent Forbes estimates of what the White Sox work today is 1.7 billion with a B. So you know, if you think about the appreciation of money over 40 years, I would say they're ahead of that. And, uh, you know, look, the there's the New York Mets just sold for $2.4 billion. So when you think about what that those steaks are worse, it Z up there. The question is when you cash out right and that's kind of really what's at stake here with this with the news this week. Jerry is what he said He's in his upper seventies isn't in a lot of these guys loaded 5 85 Okay, and his sons Michael and John, are 53 51 right in the limited partners, his buddies from 40 years ago. They're all in their eighties at this point to actually know one of them personally, but So it did. Were they able to? It sounds to me that Jeri Ryan star who sent this letter to the limited partners saying, Look, my boys they're going to buy into this. And here's the deal. Did the limited partners were they able to sell to whomever they want to sell? Or what was that up to Ryan stores? Discretion who he wanted to come into the consortium. Jerry Reinsdorf has the final sale for that. So that's really one of the interesting things that makes this limited partners a little bit tricky is that you know you you can sell to whoever you want, but If Jerry doesn't want certain partner in and you know, he has the final say can veto a sale. So you know, that's that's part of what complicates this is. You know if if you are gonna have your money with the team, and you're ready to cash out for in the state planning purpose, or if there's a death of one of limited partners You know, there's only so many perspective buyers out there and that's kind of what Jerry said here with this letter that he sent to a limited partners this week, which is that my sons are leading a venture that's interested in buying. So if anyone's interested in selling, here's their offer, here's Here's the negative of that If I can't sell to, you know, whoever I want to sell it to Jerry's essentially saying, Hey, My boys are gonna make a nice offer And guess what? You're going to take it. Maybe that could be the case. But I mean, look, that's I'm sure the conspiracy theorists would say that Jerry is is, you know is the puppet master that is going to determine all of this, but you know, there's love different investors and a lot of different relationships. And I mean, look, that's why if you are buying if Ur own limited partner shares in the team If you're gonna sell him by yourself, you're taking a discount automatically they're worth I was talking to one analyst who said there were 25 to 40% less than they would be. If you held on your shares and then waited until Jerry eventually maybe sold the team or if the rains were family sold the team then you'd be getting you know your full value your share, and that's the reason is because it's tricky. You can't really get out. It's you can't borrow against it. It's just You're in and you may be in for a long time until something happens with team. Hey, you get nice seats every year. A zoo long as you don't sell them for above the the price on the ticket. That's great. You know? Nice, right. You lot of these guys didn't get replica rings for the White Sox World championship. They got nice time and race. Right, right. You know, I'm not a conspiracy theorist because 40 years ago. Jerry Reinsdorf when you bought into this You realize he controlled the cards. He was the majority stakeholder in this and what he says goes when you bought in with that It's not like this was a bait and switch. Well, no, of course not. And look at the economics of sports 1981 or far different than they are today. Um, but I mean, what's most interesting about this news this week is The fact that you know what the Ryans Dorf sons are doing could be read in a couple different ways. I mean, at first glance, which I think is private. Most likely intention is that they see it as an opportunity to get a maybe to get in with the team at a relative discount, given the fact that Hold it is, you know, making the team hemorrhage, cash and operations and you've got by the way. The collective bargaining agreement between baseball and the players is expires this year, so there might not be a season next year. And that's so that maybe could get in. And there may be signaling that they have a long term intention to own the White Sox. Even though Jerry has said publicly he is strongly suggested that his family Sell the team when he died not to be melancholy, but that's what you said. And on the other hand, you could also are too that, like we just said, when you buy that limited partner steak you're buying at a discount. So you know, you could argue that the Ryan store of stars are hedging the Ryans ropes under hedging so that if Jerry dies, and they sell the team, or if Jerry just decides to sell the team That they would then be making a profit based on buying at a discount and selling for full value of the shares. So you know it's not really clear what happens when Jerry dies about who gets to determine whether the team is sold, but if it is the runs or family Now. One factor could be that you know, if if they if someone takes their offer the boys offer than one factor could be that they also have a limited partner Steak. Jenny Eckert is here talking well real estate and business and sports. He's from Crain's Chicago business in our remaining moments that Danny I saw your piece today are hotels ready for hopefully, throngs coming back to the city..

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KCRW

"We're talking to a range of people about how they would re imagine the economy today a leader of the privately held firm that tries to meet Thie Gosh, I am totally famished Impulse Cinnabon, Jamba Juice, Carvel, Andy ans pretzels and more. Kat Cole is president, chief operating officer of Focus brands. She now has an MBA. But she often talks about her career trajectory that took her through working retail in the mall and then threw entry level work at a Hooters restaurant. Miss Cole. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me At first. You're a hostess at Hooters. And then you joined the wait staff. But along the way, I mean, quite early in your trajectory, the company gives you the chance to help open Cem. Some franchises overseas. Yeah, When I was 19 I was offered the opportunity to travel to Australia to launch the franchise on another continent. I had never been on a plane. I did not have a passport and then a few weeks later, I left for Sydney, Australia, and helped launch the first of the brand's locations on that continent and came back. And ended up doing a lot more of exactly that around the world. I mean, so there you were ready with your resourcefulness and your life pivoted at that moment, but How do we build an economy where the odds of that happening are greater for people? I think first and foremost, it's about companies that have growth opportunities for employees. Yes, I was scrappy. Yes, I was motivated because I didn't have a lot of money. But the other side of that is there have to be companies that are growing to give those opportunities to people. The bigger question is about higher order changes that could be made in the way people who manage recruiting and hiring. Think about what's considered. Quote qualified. I was not qualified. By a lot of people's definitions to go do a many of the things that I did, and so companies have to look at their requirements and ask who am I intentionally or unintentionally excluding And what about those requirements need to be looked at differently, even something as simple as criminal records, and the reality is with thee. Legal system in the United States. There are plenty of people who would be amazing employees who have some form of a criminal record. Yet that alone may keep them from even entering in through the HR filter. Get your Twitter handle is different now, But I know in the past, it has been about being a Connected conscious capitalist. What does that mean to you? I think it means de stigmatizing and redefining capitalism as an ecosystem that has people and more stakeholders. Hold to the forefront, as opposed to after thoughts, You know, not the sole purpose of the enterprise being the shareholder but rather understanding that by caring for connected stakeholders, employees customers, vendors that that Is where capitalism is going, has been moving and must continue to go so that the great divide of the haves and have nots does not continue toe widen. Cole, president, chief operating officer of Focus brands. Thank you very much my pleasure. Now we also speak with Cole as part of our hour long special report, the economy re imagined. What if you could have the economy you want rather than the economy, we had listened for it in the coming days and weeks on many public radio stations nationwide. If you miss it on the air, it's that marketplace dot org's I'm David Brancaccio. This is.

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

06:24 min | 7 months ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Of different forms and formats to to bring our teams along to educate to bring New People on board right that that have different experiences and I think all of that approach those learnings of have again been been confirmed by what we've experienced with corona virus this year. Yeah. No, that's great and you know it's it's neat how you guys approached it the different frameworks around innovation hey, you you could. Start doing something and then evolved to be something completely different. But that answers Aena the market you're serving and you have to keep your eyes and ears open. So it's it's an it's sometimes it's hard to do right timmy you could be so honed in on what you're producing that. You don't stop and put your head up look around and listen to what the market actually wants and that is the key absolutely and I think just the having a spirit of partnership I think it's partner is not easy right? I, mean a nine in life right relationships are wonderful but relationships require work and understanding and all. Of these things I think in business. That's that's the same and I I think back in Miami I. You know a twenty year career in healthcare now and I remember very clearly sitting in a meeting time with a hospital supply chain leader and and he looked at me and he said, are you working with you know with Med tech and pharmaceutical companies? This was at a different company out when I was accurate syntax and I said, well, you know, yeah, we we love to be able to work with those other other groups and he said, well, we don't want you working with them because they're the enemy. And it made me pause though because I thought about and I said, you know you know drug treatments are used and over ninety percent of all patient care right medical devices. A medical technology are used a hundred percent of surgical cases. So when you think about the spirit of partnership, you know to have these stakeholders be an opposition to one. Another was crazy to me right because the success of the patient right the health of the patient literally depends on these different groups being able to work well and collaborate well, together to produce the best outcomes and I. Think there's been this sort of adversarial undertone. in our industry for a long time, and so that's another thing I think that we have to be able to get past that we asked to learn as an industry, how to how to work together actually one of our core business principles that garrison tax wind together you know collaborating with partners, customers, vendors to achieve common goals week and figure out what that common goal is which for us says, you know saving lives, how do we work together to achieve that common objective on that's it can be a very allusive thing Tim I'm glad you mentioned that because you're right and many of us are. Either probably laughed when Tim said that they're the enemy or you're like, yeah, are. and. The reality is we have a lot of habits in healthcare and some of these habits may not be serving us and tim you bring about. You know not only operational practice and in the work that you guys are doing it carson tax but also a good mental framework around this, we let's let's all win together challenge yourself. Let's challenge ourselves right include myself in that. Challenge to think about our partners differently in a way that we could partner to win together side thing that was a that's such a great call out to him and you know as as you as we get to the the end of this chat today, you know what would you want to think about and what's the closing thought that you leave us with? Yeah, I. Think you know for me when I when I kind of look at where we are today I think we're you know we're at an inflection point I mean healthcare we've been talking about for years, but we really are I believe that at an inflection point where we have to move beyond some of the limitations that have held us back in the past we talked about. Some of them today technology partnership. But I think also you know especially for the US healthcare system, I think a central driver of what we've done a lot as a system has been driven by you know, what do we need to do to bill and collect on acclaim and I started my career in the healthcare revenue cycle cycling speak a pretty firsthand that and I think. We need to move beyond some of what we've the habits like you said and learnings that we've developed in the past, and we have to invest in working smarter together and really improving quality at the individual case level and I think we can focus on doing that as an industry right that that will ultimately scale across the system, but we have to make that decision to. Invest in providing the best outcome for the patient because it's the right thing to do, and I think Kobe's highlighted that for us again and and a lot of areas right and then just to kind of come full circle on our earlier conversation I think collaboration really is the key righteous to look and say there are multiple stakeholders. How do we all work together so that? We can win together because if we can do that collectively providers, technology companies, insurance companies, right ultimately, the patient will win the patient will be safer. The patient will be healthier and one of the things that inspires me care sin taxes, how many of our employees around the world have shared with me that the reason they came to work for Care Semtex as because they are. A close family member a loved one had an experience in an operating room that cost them a life or almost cost them their life or somehow kind of impacted them where their life was changed limited forever right because of of a safe safety, your quality issue but then also shared with these stories around how a surgeon or a healthcare team save their life and I think. You know I would love to have more and more stories of of a life saving or life being restored and fewer and fewer stories of allies being being compromised or somehow harmed right and so I think that would be I. Guess my closing thought is to let's take advantage of this opportunity we've been given to rethink our paradigm to to really collectively try to move. Forward with that focus on really you know making surgery safer and smarter for every single patient when a great closing thought Tim and and go back to your comments about aviation and how there's monitoring and you know there's tracking their why why aren't we doing it in the or because we shouldn't have as many deaths as we do So keep up the great work. Folks. So Tim and the team care syntax can be found at care syntax dot.

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

Outcomes Rocket

05:24 min | 7 months ago

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

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

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Our clients from just add officiency in throughput. These you know on the on the quality and safety side you know we're. We're in our early days of that journey. ragging were stole sort of within our. Really our first year of that product, but I'm pretty excited. This actually just learned last week that we are you know we're now sort of expecting our our first wave of real world studies that are linking the use of our quality and safety technology to improvements and and surgical performance and one of the You know kind of some of the anecdotes I can't get into all the details because these are peer reviewed publications rent that are that are coming out so, but that essentially the gotTa General framework of it is you know? Know like we talked about that video review and we've had some now real world evidence that's could be going to be published showing that by recording these cases, and then reviewing those cases in video right and then using that as a training and coaching and improvement mechanism for the surgeons, there is documentation that the actual technical proficiency in the technical skill of the surgeons and specific procedures has been shown to be increased pretty significantly so on some standard scales from a three out of five and proficiency to a four or five out of five. Proficiency, so you're taking a sort of an average case, and making that surgeon go from sort of good to great by giving them the ability to analyze what they're doing and be able to see that in a timely way and see it. Well I think that's so great and you know it's certainly a different way of doing things, and if we're gonNA make things better. We do things differently right? Maybe not all things, but you know so. What inspired the idea for for this Tim United? It's a very unique approach. Yeah I. Think you know. Have we have great founders? I've been at care syntax a little over a year. Year now in one of the things that I I really come to appreciate as I've started. My journalist with this company is just the vision of of our of our two founders and I think I mentioned as well I. Mean They come from? You know deep healthcare backgrounds in terms of family legacy, and so their vision was to to really be able to impact lives in the operating. Operating Room and they looked at that and they said you know. How do we do that well I? We have to be in the operating room. Right so so let's start working on technology that has a physical presence there that allows us to be able to understand what's really happening you and then be able to iterating in kind of add onto the platform from there and so I think. Think, that was really sort of enabling vision was once we started to kind of learn as the company what was really happening in the operating room and started to understand where opportunities to improve safety and efficiency. You know became clear to us that while videos, not everything or images aren't everything It's a big piece because it fills a huge chunk of missing data right, it fills in. You know getting really creates that sort of real source of truth that you can't get from reading notes or looking at a template four-minute electric medical records, so that was probably the start of it, and then it just evolves from there I think it's great. I think it's a unique approach and the remote of sales. Reps and other unique approach that I imagine it's probably become maybe a focus area during. During these times because you know, access is highly restricted. Can you comment on that? Yeah, no, you. You hit the nail on the head saw I mean it was something that we've we've had the capability to do in our systems have have done store awhile now, but you know, but historically it was you. We were using it more for concerts right, so it was a little bit more on I kind of. Sort of a traditional telehealth angle right case and I want to sort of bring in a consulting physicians I'm in a remote that other surgeon, and maybe to get a little guidance or something like that. You know we have We do a lot of work with the Academy for Surgical Coaching here in the US. Where they use technology to help, train, you know. Let's say surge in a rural area where maybe they see case other. They don't see very often rights, so they'd be able to kind of connect and was an expert surgeon. You know in another part of the. The country that sees more of those cases, so that's historically how we would use it in our platform, and then you're exactly right when covert hit and you know, surgery started get restricted under started looking at infection prevention, and you know and these types of problems as we were talking to. Both our partners med tech as well as our. You know our partners at the hospital and health system level. We realized that they were both thinking about the same thing, right? How do we yeah? We take care of the patients. How do we? How do we think about the safety? Safety of our Reps. How do we? How do we converge these things and again I go back to that convergence named for us, so we gotta sat down and wait a minute. We're hearing this from both sides we're in. We're in a position to really do something here and create something pretty exciting so again we've. We've been doing it for a while, but the Cova. Crisis has enabled us to really think about it, maybe in a slightly different context. That's awesome. That's awesome while it detest testament the to the innovative approach that you guys kicked off the company with. With and so it'll be exciting to see how things work out. Especially now that surgical volumes are are getting back up to out OCTA par. How would you say Maybe what would you say is one of the biggest setbacks you've had or experienced and what was a key learning? That's made you guys better. Yeah, that's a great question. It was actually a you know when I was preparing to to chat with you today. Actually reach out to our founders and I wanted to have a little chat with them as well because I wanted to understand more of. Their journey and I think the the one that I want to share as you know. As we started to evolve into the quality side of our business, and really bring this concept of search or coaching and surgical safety to the market, it was a big challenge and we had as a company. You know a couple of setbacks along that journey where you know, it was hard for us to sort of figure out exactly what the right scope was for the product line and how to bring technology together there It was really challenging to get hospitals to adopt a and I. I think to figure to create the right incentives for them to make that level of investment into something that maybe wasn't fully on their radar at the time, and then it required a lot of internal evolution as a business as well right, because when you're going from sort of workflow, inefficiency mindset into a a real safety mindset, you it also as a challenge. I think for our staff to understand that evolution of the business. Your always talked to our teams about you know. Amazon and Amazon started out selling books online you know, and then they sold everything. And you know now they have aws and I think about you know. What was the challenge that that they went through internally right? You know went to their team and said okay guys I know we're an online bookseller, but we're going to sell you name it There was definitely I'm sure some learning, curve, and and and transition culturally there so all. All of those things were at play for us. as it relates to this this coaching and safety line of our business, and I think the key learning for us. Was the minute sound a little bit maybe like a broken record, but you know as to Kinda, take a step back and extended outlook, right and really look holistically at the market and. That's where this whole convergence theory for us came into play, and we said you know there are other stakeholders in this. How do we bring these stakeholder groups together so we can create the right ally met the right spirit of partnership, the right set of incentives so that we can actually you know, build the right solution and bring those solutions to. To market and then on the internal side you know really investing our teams right communicating often using lots.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

07:10 min | 8 months ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"You'd have a case. You know there'd be a medical? Medical device rep you know who would be in that case, and they'd be bringing in some of the tools that were needed for that case it'd go through the surgery with a surgeon and the surgical team, the nurses, etc, and the tax, all kind of working together that patient leaves. Maybe they have a good outcome. Maybe they have a bad outcome. Let's say that they have a negative outcome. And they have to have a revision, or they have a post operative infection, right? How do you understand what the root cause of that was You have today from a from a workflow documentation perspective. We have the electronic medical record, but a lot of that is you know it's the personal recaps of the teams? When they get time to document read, there's a lot of templates in the Mars, nowadays, you know all of my kind of physician colleagues. That's one of the things when I get together with them, but they always talk about his just the amount of documentation burden, and how difficult is to sort of write everything down. Down and do it timely and make sure that it's accurate, and so that would be sort of your pre world. Right as I have a case. Maybe it turns out well. Maybe it doesn't I'm not really sure necessarily, if it turns out poorly, why would I can go back and try to read the documentation, but it's a difficult position. It's A. he said she said in a lot of cases. Or maybe there's documentation translate that into care syntax world, so imagine a hospital equipped with our platform. Where and I'll take it in a post. Kobe landscape. Maybe, the hospital wants to limit the number of people in the operating room because they wanNA, keep infection risk down right so you could have the medical device rap because their company is interoperable with our platform. Maybe they would remote into the case from a command center saw the pre prep would be done because of the scheduling and the Front End Management Rep would know exactly where. Where their cases were, and when they would join the case and remote in through our platform, and still be able to guide the surgeon and the surgical team through that case that that case would now have in addition to the normal, `electronic medical record write. It would be fully documented in video, so we could see any time in a case where there was a challenge. The decision that had to be made right, and you would now complete that case, and let's say on the back end. There was a negative outcome right now. You're equipped to be able to go back in with a pure source of truth and say, let's go review that case right as there's something we did mechanically in the cases or something that we we miss something in the checklist. was there any point in time with the closure of the wound treatment post operative Lee right where we could have done better. it gives you the ability to really understand exactly what happened A. You're mitigating potential risks up front, and then be. If there is a negative outcome, you can go back and really understand at every facet along that surgery. You know what? What could have been done better? Do we use the right products? Was the surgical technique? Good right? Is there anything that we could have done? That would have made that outcome better than you can stack those improvements into future cases, or if you're the medical technology company, you could factor those learnings into improve products right so this again is kind of where you bring. Bring the stakeholder, convergence and to the mix, and then we also, and we're doing a lot of partnerships now with you know with insurance companies well because they have in their vested those top quality outcomes as well so now you get all these stakeholders have the same interest rate which is, how do we learn? And how do we guide the process to? To optimal outcomes why I think that's really neat and being able to have everything live and available post. Op is certainly an asset. Have you ever run into just the maybe like stage fright, you know somebody says Oh, I. Don't WanNa I. Don't WanNa do this on video? Yeah, I think that's I think that's a pretty common common thing and I think. There's a ways that we've handled that one. Is You know in the United States? We are an approved patient safety organization by the Federal Government, so if a if a hospital in the US is using our system. You know all of that. Kind of work, it's done to review and sort of analyze. The case for quality is considered patient safety work product read so you can actually operate that environment and a very sort of safe protected way from a litigation standpoint. That's usually ended the number. One thing that people are worried about is is sort of litigation, but I think you know as we talked to. To surgeons and there's actually see technology and think through how they would use it the the response has been really really positive for us. Over the past I'd say twelve to eighteen months as we start to introduce this broader ecosystem into the market and as you think about other industries I like to use sports as an example or the airline industry. You know it's really the use of data, capture and video analytics that is enabled. You know in the case of aviation for to be extremely safe, you know if you chart aviation, dust versus surgical deaths think you'd be. It's staggering rights. How Safe Aviation is and how dangerous the operating groups and So that's that's I think an easy compared to think about athletics right I. Mean You know you go to put together? Together a good baseball team or a good football team, right and you have you know literally hundreds of hours of video footage on every single player, and these are players at the top of their game right right but these guys are still going everyday day to practice. You know Tom Brady every day still watching film right to looking to see what he can do better and how he can be a better quarterback or how they can run a play better, I think we're seeing that from you know from the top surgeons as they know they're. The top surges, but also recognize that the they still want to see that footage, right? They still WANNA. Know How they can up their game. They still want their patients to have the best outcomes us. I think we've seen a real receptivity to maybe not a hundred percent because it sort. Sort of you know something new to introduce a little better, but I think like any other area where videos being used. We're GONNA see more and more adoption go. That's really great. Tim and I appreciate you mentioning that because it was the elephant in the room right, I mean before wondering it, so I wanted to ask it, and it's really neat rights of the safety piece. Where can't be used for litigation? Right I mean that's that's concern for a lot of physician and providers and and secondly to think of it like a pro level player washes. His Games are her games right and does it to get better. What a cool way to continue working on your craft and getting better and increasing the the quality and the outcomes that you're getting. I mean super super interesting, so as you think about how you guys have improved business or comes a to hear an example from you, yeah! Yeah I'll give you maybe just a couple of examples, so you know new technologies currently any were used in thousands of operating rooms around the world right now about fourteen hundred in the US across the full spectrum of we, we offer so we definitely have you know just a lot of great anecdotes and great data on especially the sort of efficiency and throughput pius ride being able to use technology to you know to schedule more efficiently to drive the surgery more efficiently, so there's. Literally from a business standpoint I mean millions and millions of dollars in benefit to.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

14:00 min | 11 months ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It looks like we are going to have a success a change in leadership at eighteen T. first we have Bob you're stepping down at the Walt Disney company now Randall Stephenson CEO of and chairman of eighteenth he is stepping down will be succeeded by chance thank you Mr president chief operating officer to help us get a sense of what's going on at eighteen T. we welcome John bother jump but was a senior telecom analyst for Bloomberg intelligence John thanks so much for joining us was this a surprise move here good morning Paul so I would say the news itself is not surprising Sir John Stansky has been groomed for this spot for a couple years now and I think people knew pretty clearly that Stevenson was on is going on out there was no outside search under way the Kurdish survey the whole field that make the right choice here what's curious to me is the timing it's coming a bit sooner than expected my mind I really thought this was all gonna probably go down at your end and you can you know that Tom alter a tumultuous times we're living through with the corona virus and it really the unsteady results at eighteen T. and all companies I just think the timing is not I think the transition itself is not

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Randall Stephenson to Retire as CEO of Dallas-Based AT&T, Serve as Executive Chairman of the Board until January 2021

Bloomberg Markets

01:24 min | 11 months ago

Randall Stephenson to Retire as CEO of Dallas-Based AT&T, Serve as Executive Chairman of the Board until January 2021

"It looks like we are going to have a success a change in leadership at eighteen T. first we have Bob you're stepping down at the Walt Disney company now Randall Stephenson CEO of and chairman of eighteenth he is stepping down will be succeeded by chance thank you Mr president chief operating officer to help us get a sense of what's going on at eighteen T. we welcome John bother jump but was a senior telecom analyst for Bloomberg intelligence John thanks so much for joining us was this a surprise move here good morning Paul so I would say the news itself is not surprising Sir John Stansky has been groomed for this spot for a couple years now and I think people knew pretty clearly that Stevenson was on is going on out there was no outside search under way the Kurdish survey the whole field that make the right choice here what's curious to me is the timing it's coming a bit sooner than expected my mind I really thought this was all gonna probably go down at your end and you can you know that Tom alter a tumultuous times we're living through with the corona virus and it really the unsteady results at eighteen T. and all companies I just think the timing is not I think the transition itself is not

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Former William grant and sons head of business development of Victor hes- is the president chief operating officer EDA's appointment will deepen the company's leadership management, governance and global insights, according to the San Diego-based Kevin Hayes how I think I'm going to save. That's a Bloomberg business flash politics policy, power and law continues. Thank you. Greg. Nearly forty six million people watch President Trump state of the union address last year will that number rise this year as the president faces a divided government and another possible shutdown. Joining us former New York Senator Al D'Amato to give us his take. So what are you expecting? Well, I hope it's not going to be a replica of this lash Super Bowl that we all tuned in which was horrendous. But we'll get wait a minute. It's fan. Hold on. Horrendous. I'm happy that they won. But the game was horrible, which bore a New Yorker who is a patriots fan that that takes another segment. I voted voted for him. I wish pushing for them rooting for them. And I made Beck who one hundred dollars. I'm happy. They won. I'm happy for Brady. Asia very many people don't like him. And. Many people who don't like our president. And and I'm just hoping that number one. He dick to the script Olympic to that. Descript doesn't have us here. How great he is just turns people off number three. I hope it's conciliatory let's work together. We can do better if we all put our country first and don't talk about that are. Quite plain economy is booming. The economy's doing well, we we should look forward to it continuing to grow, and that's what I'm working for and I wanna work without congress together. And then of course, the question the border situation is going to come up. He need not a challenge. The speaker. Or the Democrats he should take let's work together. So that we can provide the best for our country in terms of safety and security at the border. Dow gifts say, well, if there's not a ball, I'm gonna feed or whatever they do. Or I'm gonna use my emergency powers tried to be humble, he's got the intellect to be able to do it. But does he out the capacity to control his ego? The humidity Jesse have the humidity. There is very little your melody, certainly none that he has displayed. I've never seen it. And I don't think the public has ever seen it. And and you know, if you're going to be threatening. You're not going to help. Now. Most of the members of the committee. The bipartisan group who I've seen Democrats and Republicans have spoken in a very conciliatory way. So I am hopeful notwithstanding. Some of the statement that the president and the White House put out there, and this should be a follow up to that by sharing we can work together, we should work together for the benefit of the people. Go put fresh out here that are luxury do dish. I will. And that's what I'm concerned about. But but I hope that he's gotten the message. If he hasn't followed the polls, and I think he dodge. And if he uses his intellect it will show on that. If you put out this bombastic town. That doesn't help you. Yeah. I'm so tempted to show that that Senator D'amoto is urging the president to make the state of the union address great again, but I will go. We will ask you with it. How do you how you think the Democrats should respond tonight? I don't think the Democrats do well by attacking the president and on headway. I think if they were to simply safe's unfortunate that we have this shutdown. It could have and should have been voided, and our hope that reasonable people can come up with a compromise that makes sense for this nation avoid any actual action that the president might take otherwise such as declaring this national emergency or and certainly not another shutdown. I think if they put forth what they're hoping for and not be accusatory. We went through a tough time. We don't want to see a repeat it's not the time for finger pointing this time, they say Lech, both Republicans and Democrats and the White House work together for the benefit of this. Country for a more secure border and do it in a manner that make sense and that people can say, yes, this is what America is about. And we can and should and mush to better. That's a simple fact, and naturally he should put out there. He should not say, oh, we've got the greatest economy at all times at Chetrit Chettri should say are Konami is strong. And we can continue this growth which helps American should particularly those at the bottom and the economic 'Spect when we've created new jobs, we want to continue to do that. If he does that he'll come out and people will say boy that was good. All right. Well, that was good. Thank you so much Senator. That's former New York Senator Al D'Amato coming up on Bloomberg politics, policy, power and law. It's round four in the federal appellate courts in the fight over the FCC's repeal of net neutrality. But I. Check.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KNSS

"That has been dealing with them a number of different health issues over most of this year ranging from math in a reproductive system to failing kidneys to compromised immune system. She's fifty eight years old. And what we're really just starting to see was her. Her body was wearing out Sunday had been at the Topeka zoo for fifty two years the median life expectancy for elephants is just under forty seven years trust for America's health and the Robert Wood Johnson foundation have just a release the state of obesity better policies for a healthier America. The fifteenth annual report provides state by state rankings of adult obesity rates and includes information on trends by region age and FM. Executive vice president chief operating officer doctrine named dean Garcia thirty two point four percent of adults in Kansas had obesity in two thousand seventeen that makes it about the eighteenth highest rate of in the nation. That's an increase over two thousand sixteen which is concerning because the obesity rate in the state had actually declined between the years of two thousand fifteen and two thousand sixteen. To look at the full state-by-state report, go to state of obesity dot ORG. San Francisco's tall, bloody M tower luxury apartment building continues to sink. Now homeowners association is trying to pinpoint the reason and find a way to stop it ruin crews began installing a sophisticated censoring system around the six hundred and forty five foot tall fifty story millennium tower. They.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Newsradio back era rockies q and a or special edition as we get a chance to visit with the iraqis executive vice president chief operating officer greg feazel greg in segment one we talked about how you first got involved with the team we've celebrating this year twenty five seasons as a franchise and almost at that point with chris i wanted to focus in because as you talked about things that go on behind the scenes and really the off season i don't wanna say it's as busy as the regular season might be but i would guess on your side of the ledger there's a lot that goes on once the baseball part finishes to keep this place keep this organization where you want it to be that's a great comment jack and and we do view you and lisa's family of the organization so we'll just straighten that out right away you know for us that clock starts ticking now for the off season and we can't miss our deadlines and when you look at the things that there's a lot of things people can't see obviously they can see the new scoreboard and they can see what we did in the rooftop they can see what we did down in the infinity club but what they don't see is the the drains the concrete work obviously they can't see what we did in the clubhouse but there's just a number of things whether it be redoing restrooms repaving streets painting steelworks so it just goes on and on and you can't miss those deadlines in the off season so you work around you know whether or not we're in postseason you work around weather and you know again a credit to our staff that works very very hard and take a lot of pride in this in that process we often talk in in for folks who don't know greg was terrific football player in his younger days played professional football for a period of time so he appreciates the whole team aspect and one of the things i often talk about with bud and with with other head coaches or managers greg is that one of the biggest parts of their job is to manage your coaches or coach your coach is not just your players.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Colorado rockies baseball is coming up in one hour i hit of the day goes the distance right now this is rockies qna now let's head out to the ballpark appears jack corrigan hi everybody welcome to a special edition of rockies q and a on this memorial day is we get a chance to visit with the executive vice president chief operating officer of the colorado rockies greg feazel and greg we think so often we talk so often about baseball as a game and as a sport and all that but at the same time it's a business and you oversee under the direction obviously of dick is the as the owner but it's a i would think a an experience not unlike maybe bud black managing his team you've got your business side team to manage the good news is you read about buddy every day you don't read about let's back up a little bit we're going to talk a lot about the anniversary season this year and all the things that have gone on with the rockies but i want to go back and and for people know who you are but maybe a little more background greg is you've been here not quite from the very beginning but for most of the twenty five plus seasons now of rockies baseball.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Investors are taking stock of a rally on friday that saw the broader equity market gaining about one point three percent in the session but flipping about a quarter of a percent for the week global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm gina cervetti this is wounded this is bloomberg best bloomberg best is about the insight and the context we get from our guests is a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organization bloomberg best bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries around the world i'm june grosso on this edition of bloomberg best david solomon discusses the current market cycle it's time to be cognizant of the fact that we've had a cycle that's run for a long time and the environment is changing maybe normalized treasury secretary steve mnuchin discusses the us bond market again it's it's a very large robust marquette most liquid market in the world and there is a lot of supply but i think the market been easily plus tom barrack on robert muller's job security bob mueller is the best pro you could ever find to do that particular job princeton marine corps fbi distinguish e solid he's rock solid jesus doing the job that he was given all this and more coming up in the next hour of bloomberg best amid a backdrop of plunging bond prices wobbling us stocks and a potential trade war between the us and china many of the world's rich and powerful elite gathered this week in beverly hills for the twentyfirst milken institute global conference bloomberg's erik shots grin scarlet fu were at the event and they spoke with goldman sachs president and ceo david solomon what are your priorities right now my priorities continue to be to help run the from president chief operating officer the pharma we are very very good first quarter we felt good about the.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Our a third part minutes after the hour pro football talk live dez bryant the cowboys receiver who was a first round pick back in two thousand ten wearing number eighty eight one of the fixtures of the franchise there continues to be a sense that at some point he is going to be squeezed to take less than twelve million dollars for two thousand and eighteen he has not played over the last two years like a guy who deserves that kind of money so he's going to have to decide at some point do i take less to stay or do i leave now part of taking less money also means i believe continuing to accept what essentially has become a lesser role because for whatever reason quarterback dak prescott won't throw the ball down the field to him prescott doesn't trust bryant the way that maybe he could or should in those 5050 situations where we continue to see bright xl now maybe that something that prescott gets over as he gets more comfortable maybe the coaching staff drills it into his head a little bit more gets him to take chances with the ball gets him to realize the dez isn't gonna let him down either way stephen jones the teams executive vice president chief operating officer various titles son of jerry jones and basically guy who's running the show now even if jerry thinks he is stephen jones said in an event on thursday no one wants to compete and get after it more than dez at the same time we all know this is a business where everyone had to be accountable we're going to be grinding out trying to understand what is in our best interest of the business that means we're going to squeeze him and he knows they're going to squeeze them it was so funny when the topic came up during the season he was asked to pat it it is a locker take a pay cut now now i don't want one of those okay so it's one thing did not want a pay cut in isolation but when you're alternatives are take a pay cut to stay with the.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Always elbow is a low faulty and and you can trust going forward if that was going to be a great thing for them and you know with tom brady the guy's been role in i mean his physically he ease in insane shave and he hasn't been banged up as well as much as we would think a what a 40yearold be this late in his career any superhuman yes so so i don't necessarily say they're they're exactly the same because you know joe you had a healthy guy behind him and he wasn't healthy with with tom tom brady you have so when that's healthy and playing at an an extreme level at twelve wins this year good most likely going to be your mvp it's hard it it's hard to fathom that that they did the rot like the wrong thing in this right they just ran out of time with garoppolo they may drafted him to be the heirapparent they were groom a such suggested no the tom brady was going to play for three years into his 40s which it probably is going to do i i will come back wrap it up matter of fact will hear a couple of cuts from tom brady on the other side i do want to play the sound before we get out of here it was just ask about garoppolo and obviously the connections to the patriots in that second round pick just keeps on movin down the line all poor bill bellichik all right we'll come back wrap it up kevin france rank away than i have room in a middlecoff jumping here at the top of the hour right here on these ports knbr succeeding i'm rick welts i'm president chief operating officer golden state warriors and we're clients of city national bank warriors one of the.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WTMA

"I'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show of the six hundred one key positions across government president trump has today offered no nominee for two hundred ninety seven this according to a tractor compiled by the nonprofit partnership for public service and the washington post i'm following a story filed by charles clarke had government executive here to help me understand this is france's rose the host of government matters at wjr a in the nation's capital my longtime colleague and a man who is a government whisper francis understands when i read these numbers how there how they turned into policy and in this instance surprised policy france is a very good evening to you six hundred one key positions before we go to the numbers what is a key position what does it look like good evening to you good evening john thank you for having me on program a key position is a position at or near the top of the federal government agency as categorized by the partnership for public service and i'll tell you about them in just a moment um peacekeeping missions are obviously secretaries and assistantsecretaries there are deputy secretaries are two three levels of as you would see in a private sector company vice president executive vice president chief operating officer uh deputy chief operating officer and so on you see those same things at the tops of federal agencies just with uh different titles four government and that's what the partnership was referring to they are a nonpartisan nonprofit organization whose mission is just too help the federal government deliver good government and they became very enamored of transition and to accession planning uh during the webb she's back to the clinton to george w bush dated maybe before that that's when i became aware of them and they have been following this ever since and and transition is one of the things that they just pay the utmost detailed attention to and obviously with some of the numbers that are out there regarding the the obama the trump transition it's something that they've been commenting fairly i i would say uh about with the the lack of a people and the lack of the numbers of people in the trump administration so far one of the.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That next but internally and not your conflict competition just inside your own culture how do you keep what you have that at a remarkably important point and i made that mistake i created a structure were i had lairs extra layer vice president chief operating officer at all that stuff and it did separate way for people and the company result her up up to go have got rid of all that structure and guy now it's me general manager and on the people work at the store and that has made a difference in their culture he recalled their culture dried up the minute i layers yeah get typically those people don't early in my case they weren't able to articulate our company culture the same way and without culture here just another company yeah you know this is great moment in in the history of the national press club where people at wondered how bobby knight it managed to all those years and like bobby knight the coach in indiana or don't like him his boys never got in trouble they all graduated but one isaiah thomas who he guilt and in the coming back and finishing and so he's at the national press club is it how did you do it somebody has some how did you do it and he's brought with them to props one is the manhattan phone book and he said these are the ncaa rules and regulations he drops them there's a flood then he reaches into his pocket the has the 10 commandments he goes these these basic rules were pretty well for me and uh and i think it's that i think it's that i you know i'm sorry you had to go through the the land the vice presidents and getting rid of them but what an important lesson free than the owner to learn yeah exactly all right let's talk about let's talk about the government and let's talk about first things out there that as an entrepreneur you wish might be different if you were getting to talk to the next future president of the united states about what might be impediments to growth what might help you and your work forces relates to benefits what would you tell him the government out fairer way of job creators the government should be look you have you run.

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"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WGTK

"The bottom of the hour the should be really interesting gary cohn the chief economic adviser to the president director of the national economic council he was formerly the president chief operating officer of goldman sachs so this uh if somebody knows the american economy i would say that it is this man that's the way those of the story that's the steps the leading story in the united states right now the the issue of more nothing the issue of that's it more nothing i like that i brought to your attention yesterday talking about the media the report that came out yesterday in germany about how fraudulent the reporting of the german media has been with regard to the immigrants that uncle a'miracle has allowed in it to germany the non reporting of the violence that takes place around germany from some of these immigrants of the of the echoing entirely of her welcome culture will come who tour of uh of angola miracle and it was issued by the by the head of one of the major newspapers in germany this is not put out by a rightwing group but it's always too late the damage done because of all of this multi cultural ism affirmation in the on the part of the media in germany than in europe generally the damage has been done a will there be a will europe survive it i don't know i don't know i said twenty years ago they will be either in islamicised europe or a war within europe neither do i welcome i will come neither of them it is a major tragedy if either one happens but that's that's what i've under understood as what i believe will happen there is only get this for you there is an amazing story uh let me see here whereas the amazing story i'll tell you the moment this is very important that you'll be aware of this yeah here it is this is from the jerusalem post which is taking its time coming up there is a lot to report delay don't have the usual access to media but it is about an imam in the united states who calls on a law to annihilate the jews egyptianborn american preacher amar shut him gave the sermon at the islamic center of davis california and you can actually see it we're gonna put it up at our at our website this is.

economic adviser director national economic council chief operating officer goldman sachs united states a'miracle europe president germany angola jerusalem islamic center of davis califo twenty years
"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"president chief operating officer" Discussed on WGTK

"Of the hour the should be really interesting gary cohn the chief economic adviser to the president director of the national economic council he was formerly the president chief operating officer of goldman sachs so this if somebody knows the american economy i would say that it is this man that's the anyway those of the story and that's the steps the leading story in the united states right now the the issue of more nothing the issue of that's it more nothing i like that i brought to your attention yesterday talking about the media the report that came out yesterday in germany about how fraudulent the reporting of the german media has been with regard to the immigrants that uncle americal has allowed in to germany the non reporting of the violence that takes place around germany from some of these immigrants of the of the echoing entirely of her welcome culture ville convince tour of a of on ghalam marco and it was issued by the by the head of one of the major newspapers in germany this is not put out by a rightwing group but it's always too late the damage done because of all of this multi coal elizabeth affirmation in the on the part of the media in germany than in europe generally the damage has been done a will there be a will europe survive it i don't know i don't know i said twenty years ago they will be either in islamicised europe or a war within europe neither do i welcome i welcome i'm neither of them it is a major tragedy if either one happens but that's that's what i wonder understood as what i believe will happen there is only get this for you there is an amazing story let me see here whereas the amazing story of today in a moment this is very important to be aware of this yeah here it is this is from the jerusalem post which is taking its time covering a there's a lot to report la don't have the usual access to media but it is about an imam in the united states who calls on a law to annihilate jews egyptianborn american preacher amar shahin gave a sermon at the islamic center of the vis california and you can actually see it we're gonna put it up at our at our website this is.

economic adviser director national economic council chief operating officer goldman sachs united states europe president germany uncle americal jerusalem amar shahin california twenty years