18 Burst results for "Stephen Hill"

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:34 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Do. Sometimes you do it as a fan. I'm a fan of music like this. Sometimes i'll i'm not going to say like i never dialing for tickets. I'm going to maximum mary. I'm calling in for tickets right but there. Sometimes you just want to have the entire fan experience and with radiohead you want those the management that news. I do i do absolutely but if you're gonna call them right if if stub hub and everything else fails and i really wanna go. Then i will. But that that's the last resort because with them it's just like i'm a fan. Damn that's what i learned. I learned that. Stephen hill really is a thin. Wants to pay for it. Steve how you doing I learned a lot about steven hill. I learned a lot about radio. I learned a lot about pt What i found interesting was your. It seems like from day one. You got the charge out of breaking new artists or new songs or new music from your college radio days now still even up until now. It sounds like you're doing that still and still gain that same rush from it. So i found that cool and interesting data breath. Amazing okay. i'm saving you for last. Because no you're you're dc's finance boss bill yes. What did you learn today. Br i learned about hitting the post. I didn't know there was a terminal and postmaster general yeah postmaster so going to be hearing a lot about hitting the post in the future. I can't be fedex or no mailroom hitting the post hitting the post while. Thank you steve for yet. Another task for me to master. You got my pleasure. Oh gosh what's have it. You do such a buildup date. If i don't do feel like an idiot i was gonna say i'm learning. I'm learning that you can leave radio and go to greater and better things however. I'm still learning how to do that. Because it's interesting when you said. It was a time when people really appreciated radio people's opinion like mtv and those times have changed. So i am learning that. I'm appreciating love. I i think in that way leaving radio and transitioning to something better. That's what i meant me as the radio. Show not me as a mere thompson. Yeah okay thank you. And i learned you should never lose your passion and your spirit about radio may about music in that way because most radio people we start out that way. But sometimes the business j.j. You a little bit and you know you. Don't listen to music for a while. And that's what i've been doing. So you kind of encouraged me never worked in the music music business and you've been hurt and fired a couple times as you know he likes. We'll take a break. But no i'm gonna keep it going. I learned the importance of front selling. I learned the importance of back. Finally finally i learned that all of my authority figures at At penn pandora or relieve that. I've learned those things I've learned that this too shall pass word and we will have a prosperous. New year's and we will have a prosperous year and a prosperous decade prosperous. Life and life goes on life over was still and with all right but kindergarten. I was going to say okay. Hold on who. Are we going door just we can use. Can you front cell trying hit the post. I want you because that was thought. Okay here we go back. L. al-kass old won't be strong. It'd be like one the same thing right. Yeah you gotta by the time minute twelve second. You ready is play those that it.

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:52 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"God is a home. How oh sorry stevie a minute. You don't know that That was that was uh. That was the album with anniversary. I know you know that one why you gotta play me with the young because she was six years old when it came out sixteen all lucy pearl album. I'm just joking that's a joke. I'm just i'm i said. Hey little walter. Give me some credit to joke anything. Or who else would you like to. Unite is a two way for ready for the world. Yes an ready for the world like surface. It's going to be the thirtieth anniversary of new. Jack swing so i would imagine we talk about new jack. Swing for a second. Because i feel like the john or that period of music has been sorely overlooked. I think it was something that you had to be there for like. It's a hard sell to people in two thousand sixteen rex because the music was great. But like i mean it was kind of hokey. It now like listed the baselines and the drum program. I mean like for example like the foreign exchange the cover. We did a stevie wonder if she works hard one of the main reasons why i want to do that. Song was because i thought it was a great song. So the new zakia just take the jungle fever. You know but those are great songs but just the production of the time it you know. It didn't serve them. Well didn't he. Didn't age well side note. Yeah that's the one thing. I big from stevie wonder people like can. I have the masters to jungle fever fever just so i can take the drums away and put what i think he would do. In nine hundred. Seventy three to so the candles. I love the candles without terms. No rexona effect. Uh we'll get back together. We could just make new jack swing. We got them back again for the soul train. Wars luella we did. How do you determine what soul train will get versus. What very very good question. It's a very good. Are you allowed to say what your your your baby is. And what your steps on his house. Yeah because then hip hop honors my favorite my favorite. No disrespect favorite celebration of gospel. Because if you can't sing don't come wait a minute. That was a fourth category. I was even thinking of celebration of gossip. You can't sing. Don't come anytime. i actually got into the room where we might lose good singers. I don't i learned that you're no is it was. It was a choice by good singer to song. I respect that. That's fine but but you gotta thank celebration of gospel. I just wanna call to adam. Show tyra when when i see you. London adams walk into a room. My i smile. Because i know my ears are next she is. She just is just a gift to sound. So between bt wards and soul train awards How do you end. both of them are your responsibility. Yes i'm gonna say earlier. We all talk about how to keep calm head. We have the best production crew in the business. With jesse collins entertainment loves engine and connor landau who oversees it for most directly for for for bt is just the best in the business..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:09 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"It's true but okay now. This is where the suit and me wants to know like when you're at the bt awards. I would be losing my mind every second only because it's like it's such a down to the wire. Is this going to work. It's not gonna work because you know you can't be there as a fan watching this performance you have to trust in your director. You have to trust in the creative people. You have to trust the talent i mean. Do you not having zayed's on whether or not blah blah blah made they're playing or not or there's a plan b. or plan c. or we got cut this part of the show we had to edit that part of the show light just the things that i now know in television production that dr proprietors and bosses crazy. You never have that on your face. But i know for this year. Anybody anybody anybody who works with me. He was hearing this. Perhaps he doesn't know who stephen hill is. Maybe he's looking at somebody else's face because it's always. It's always poker face time. Now for instance now this year with the with the passing of our king. Ooh mr hill you. You took a very no. I mean you took a very bold dance with the tweet. I.

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That is now has so many original programming. But how did we did a lot of the day. And you gotta you gotta fill every kind of all cable stations are building them my love you syndicate a bit. You do a little bit of original programming and then sometimes you do do some temples and so with that same thing. We got scandal because that was driving the everybody was all up in at the time And that was really soon started. Was being syndicated because it was like. Yeah but but that's the way that's the way it's happening now. Things are coming on. Things are coming on getting syndicated sooner. But but there's challenges around that because now you can find almost like with with videos you can find them. Wherever you want to on your device that loss that i would have lost that bet a ten years ago so said ten years ago and give you something the size of your phone and you're gonna watch video not just a video but you're gonna want something for an half an hour two hours straight on this. No no no. It's not gonna happen. But i lost. I lost lost that like scandal. Do not original programming state. You got syndicated region it. Hey mikey i would be remiss. If i didn't bring up kind of the the the contract will not the controversy. But i an obviously in some people's eyes the you know there's people that like thank god for bt and focused on stuff. I want to see. And there's another the the cricism. First of all. I hate that. Bt uncut went away. though you know. and i'm gonna tell you why. I'm just keep runnin which i like bt cut because it came on at a time when no children's should be up anyway. I mean and so like it came on so i was wanted supporters. You know regardless of whatever. I was going to people that defended bt for income like listen. We all watched these songs it birth us some of the greatest songs by black. Jesus is still a personal favorite of my open episode about jar like that. I mean you brought spelman girls. Now let me guess a year or so ago that bt cut was coming back but is april fool's joke but the but hold on between people who like wow. That's very funny people. Like i can't wait. Wait wait wait the way cable. Television is now actually. Because i mean fx in a are being very very More relaxed about a language nudity. It would never work because you get online right now. That's the that's the only reason that never because it's available everywhere now. That's that's the that's the you know. It wouldn't be a surprise now. We wouldn't be shocked if it we're on but it just would rate well and that's the thing was created because there were all these videos were editing and again i come from a place where i want people's artistic right. I don't know if the left is about him up thinking about you because i had a vision. My head of you. Editing netted nearly tipped.

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"The meeting and let's see let's see what we can do with it sitting. In frederick i'm the guy who liked the slow version of my bed by drew hill and it was not the remix not not So how at this level now gotta ask at this level. How do artists handle rejection at at this level of year career people. That know that you're connected to the label. I'm not asking for shouldn't stories. I'm just saying that you know by this point in the mid ninety s. There's definitely a more hostile dial environment especially with the uprising of hip hop in in where it's come to where you know it's about dollars and cents in the popularity of you know. Are you allowed to express. I'm feeling this video or not and you know been you're somewhere at dinner in l. a. m. and you have to see an executive and how come you plan like how could because you were so that period in the mid to mid ninety two the early arts like how did you handle the juggling act of artists and executives egos so two things one is at mtv. We always try to find a place for something. Even if it was just one spin on on mtv on your mtv wraps the weekend version right. We always try to find a place for something that was that was that was that was our mantra that was our mindset. Like someone's gonna love is a an alternative rock could get a play on on one hundred twenty minutes so people understood. We're always trying to find something. That's one two is that i found. It was advantageous to establish very early. That this is a long game. I know i plan on being around for a while so we. We're not going to have this conversation. We're gonna this conversation but we're not going to lose our relationship over one song because you're gonna come back again and you know. Let's do this dance for a long term. Because there's sometimes i'm going to be able to do stuff the way you want it and other times we're not going to not going to so i think i think everybody i think so you saying that. They knew not to bite the hand that feeds them by. I don't see. I don't i don't think i i don't see it that way. Because it's not a matter of biting the hand like what. What could they do not give us the videos or we were especially then. There was still a lot of music being played on mtv and so it just didn't make it didn't make an account remember came. It came someone's ego had to get shattered. That was that big. I mean at some point Like you had been around. I mean okay. Let's take okay. You weren't you. Were going by the time forever. Came out when when when they're puppies forever album come out he nine nine. I want to say know what came which forever have a that was no no but i mean we have a story stout so is there a good steve stoute story. Well steve stoute story..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:07 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Yeah that's i mean that's probably about the time it's hours right. yep Now it's like it. Lives one every thirty five minutes. Forty five minutes. Thanks because the measure the way they it how you feel about that like did you feel as though the was it just like let's go with the times or was it. Well i'll when i was a programmer. It was still do that because we still wanted to keep the audience but the fun was the to new records. You've got to play right to was a g new our true like so when you pick especially when it's either an album cut that nobody else's playing or we still have the tracy chapman and like living. That was like putting something. That other won't dare right right. That's what it was like okay. So here's a question. How long would a song have been on the station before it hits heavy rotation akasha to test my memory. Ten weeks okay. So what works itself up from light medium to heavy rotation and it was sanford heavy rotation for like on average if if it was. What was the tony. Terry song you. Tony terry stayed on for like a half a year. Oh god still to this day. That song would not put bulletin that thing and it would not who determines the life of a heavy rotation you do research once you once you have a song on their you call out resume no more college research. You call a different people in play hooks for them over the phone when you find out how it selling down at nubia notion in dudley square in boston in front of how selling it. Strawberries and tower. And so you find how people are engaging with the zone so if you've ever gotten promo cd and wondered why call research tracks two and three their only seventeen seconds long. That's why yes. Wow so we will always want to find out like replace stuff. But do they like it. Do they not like. I'm sorry i can't get off radio. Abc radio bikaner still transitioning to further your career question so once you became a producer for the tom joyner morning. Show what you feeling a little bit more more free less stress situation because ninety four more stress around music..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:41 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Dc elites of radio. Who's i turned it. These you wanna one three months two and a half to cover. Who i wanna. I want to go off script for a second and do the radio introduction contest. es d. set this out. I was not on the air that was getting in charge of the prize room. What's the introduction. Don't know okay all right. We will start with stephen hill doing an introduction. He's we let people know that. I have no idea with song about okay. We should we should set. Set the expectation. Here we go. Hi my name. Is david hill. You're listening to the best music. The world on quest love supreme. Yes you should this all about that last bag. Who that all. Yeah oh anyway. That was good. I knew that was coming to okay. Here we go. This is for you. Lie here we go. Hey club supreme. I'm here on your sunday afternoon. In a what better way to cruise the road with a little. Mary on your mind so no shit. Read light red eye sight state voice to.

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:19 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Anita baker. Sweet love oh yes. I can see and talk about your radio station. You talk about what the sunshine is and almost having to make we'd love on w. i l. egg. We're gonna have intro that so wait. What is at high nightmare song. Then like a song which we've got no intro. I'm trying to think this song that would come in with the vocals and added on is example of a song. I'm crazy crazy. Crazy novels barkley. I can't talk about it then. Writing radio on before had a long altro radio station. You see like a reverse time you get to see the clock of nah i would not that was my you look at the time at myself. I would tell them myself. And then certain songs the feel for me you got to feel like on back in the day like on the promo forty five on the timing you would have the intro seven second intro you know under your body written a rhythm record better when you know the rhythm Five love hor three two man. I am so happy to be here on. Quest loves bream demand stephen hill. This is my girl anita baker. everything's going well in your world today and that you have a backley what she's talking about in this song from the fantastic nineteen eighty six. Cd rapture. This is anita baker with sweet love. I'm that is the best of all the songs i've ever heard in my entire life. It's absolute my favorite. Do over that man man i. I was really doesn't know that. There's a method to radio. And i respect that i respect. This is what i've been trying to impart upon him for the last several months. In if you don't have to do thirteen now but i think it's different. People want the information like when we when we talked to. Don't go they my first visceral reaction what you can do that. But then when we're in a culture where you want to hear the information and there you know you know kind of pop up video started started that where you want the information during the middle of the song because you've heard the song you know countless times before so if you can get something new while you're listening to it that that's great but viscerally when you when you for. What did you the song. I'm sure there's times when you made a mistake in maybe played a radio edit in. Oh yeah like the vocal coming in. You still continue or is it like a cut off you. Go straight to the callers..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

04:15 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"I have like any bear like no-holds-barred is whatever black soul or what was okay. So whatever. Yes which was radio real radio but was college radio but we could play whatever we wanted to. As long as you didn't curse obviously so. Did it hurt when you had to leave that. I guess it didn't hurt because you know more money. A commercial radio but that life is different college radio. You only get three to four years to run it right. I did it all four years. 'cause it was one of the things you'd go on campus. You can't like in the back in the head all the come. Join the press club right for the paper Come during the you know the the poker club and what. You're what period was this between what dan brown was eighty to eighty. Four from me. Wow okay eighty four. So remember where i so the cool thing i remember when i remember where it was when one thousand nine nine came out the data the data thriller came out. Oh man over thirty nine thousand nine hundred obsolete. I went straight from there to music. One forty two with professor cleaning was her name. I remember just like this. I'm gonna try to pay attention. This glass yeah so you want to be cut school for record or lose at night before for a record. Oh yeah. I remember being mad because because Do you know the triumph. Come out became an fall of eighty eight. It was september because i remember being in fifth grade. It was definitely september of a so. I just gotten a brown. I remember going to my first. Or second and shannon harris. I remember how he's fine. Fine shannon harris she had a saw might say is that mike. She had the triumph album left. The party really left the party to try to go to the record store before it. Because early i left to try to get to the record store before..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"He was trying to say it louder. Was i think i was like seven or eight years old but that meant something to me. I didn't know what i didn't know. What black and white was at that point in time. But i knew something about that. Song spoke spoke to me. Were you attending concerts by this point or first concert was july second nine thousand nine hundred seventy temptations temptations right after the right after psychedelic after one hour after that ball. Balkan fusion was on the album. That's that's right. I gotta get. I have to like howard. Did you go see to having no. No i was actually came out to my dad had to work in. La for the first half of that year so we came out at the end of june. I remember this very well. What did your parents do. My dad work the census bureau. He was a statistician. For years and mom was mom raised us and then was a part time teacher music teacher. So that was my. That was my parents that but but your mom was a music teacher she was. That explains eater. She was choctaw piano. So how me but stops. Did you ever wanna learn or dead. But i had never had the patience for it. The problem and i. I very few regrets in my entire life. That's the biggest regret. Didn't this day with the piano. That didn't stay with the drums. Tried budgeting patients at eleven and twelve years old to stick with the biggest regret. But i learned how to play some things about my own right so i can play I part of per on piano can play macarthur park. Oh wait a minute. Really gonna play mcdon- i can tell you i wanted and i used to play father song. I used to be able to play five song. Well but the first part of mcgarth sport. That's record shopping. stephen. I discovered on the forty five. We we had a radio. Promo of macarthur park. Would you have to know about macarthur. Park is that By donna summer just or overture. Hey arthur and richard harris richard harris right so mcgarth is part of sort of like a hail. Mary throw into the world of radio which each song should be about three minutes. And thirty seconds and the idea of telling radio programmers to let this seven minute. It's about seven seven. Seven hundred seventy seventy two or something like that. So it's very unusual one for a forty five to have a seven minute song but the actual artwork of the forty five of mcgarth park is more about the record label telling.

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Missed is like i'd be like the rip van winkle of radio got out of it a certain time then fell asleep for twenty some odd years and then go back and expected to be exactly the same but it wouldn't be right first of all. My voice would be a tape computer and it was the question. Would you go back. Terrestrial radio would you try satellite or internet or a pandora. I would try anybody who would have great music and talked. Great folks. Great music stephen hill. That's fascinating statement. Humane there because i know the thing is that you know i understand that i mean this is almost like a relationship like do you think with your heart or do you think with your brain and lately. I've been accused of this like cats always kind of joke. Like oh you're such a suit your suit meaning really. Yeah yeah yeah no just well. I'll tell you why after you a suit. Yeah i think you think like oh okay. That's interesting but why do my suit is accusing me of being a suit. Y'all innocent shared so you get. Where does that come from. What what they mean about it. Yours thing number one. I'm see i. Don't i get offended. The idea of me being over calculating or overthinking really. Didn't come into play. Until like i think like a pitch work review of the tipping point. I mean slowly. And only because pitchfork was such the emperor's new clothes of a record criticism that other critics would see what pitch for saying may. Were start that was like the forecast immensely between two thousand five and two thousand eight. I started seeing. you know. He over thinks everything. Which i'm an okay. Granted like it's lazy journalism. We you just see what they say man you paraphrase it but then i personally got offended because i just felt like why is the black guy like why do i have to be accused of thinking too much but the thing is that i feel like life is science on science. Or you're going to go on faith. Okay you christianity science. And i'm not saying. I don't believe in faith but i believe in science i believe in numbers and i believe in and i believe in circles and i believe in transparency patterns. And somehow i don't know..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

03:35 min | 2 months ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Episode. This one was a doozy This is probing december seven th two thousand sixteen however the night that we reported this was the presidential elections kind of came in the door thinking that hillary clinton had it in the bag and midway through the episode. You just here mass. Because we found out the winner it was going to be that night and we didn't know what was in for anyway stephen. hill Good friend of the show performer executive. Now just general. Love music journey with us amazing. Show hope you enjoy steve hill. On plus loves classic december seven thousand sixty pre roll. Call suprema self remote roll. Call up pretty much so pre roll call. Prima goal name is quest love resident. Miss nothing nothing. The president took so long fremont my name is fontaine. Yes my style so elegant. Some even say yeah. I'm too intelligent. Spell the name steven just like our guest. The only difference so free free role bills..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Continue our conversations with Stephen hill. Global head of innovation. Keep g Steve is. We went to commercial break. We were having the conversation around the challenges of sustainable innovation inside of organizations, and I shared my my experience of staying away from the word innovation. But you know, there has to be some is you said the leadership has to get it. And I'm surprised that the number is so high that seventy three percents of their survey respondents said listing their most difficult challenge. Why do you think leaders are getting? It's. Break question and part of that actually, I know we both dislike we have we have disliked the word at some ways. Part of the problem is I don't think leaders really understand what innovation is. A lot of people think that innovation is unless you come up with the, you know, the next pet rock, you're just not relevant. And that's not what innovation is the finding innovation is super important. It lays out the mandate for building corporate muscle lays out the mandate for Lear that you put in place, and I think most importantly, it lays out the mandate for the culture of the organization you want to build into the future. So let me let me jump in here. Real quick. Do you think there's a single definition for innovation or do you think every organization should craft its own definition for annexation? Well, I think you have to customize it for the reservation, right because the culture makes a huge difference and deluxe culture trumps strategy. So let's just get that on the table. But I do think your definition hassle include the notion of innovations not one thing innovation really, in my opinion is. Characterized three ways you'd have incremental innovation innovation, which, you know. I think a lot of people will consider hor, which is how do you move the ship, right? You don't turn super tanker hundred eighty degrees in in a in a matter of seconds. It takes you know, movements through the dial. That would be the the compass. And a lot of organizations you can sail the culture and the involvement in the institution around incremental innovation very easily do this contest you this. You know, asking people that are on the line to think there's only about what they do give ideas. And celebrate those ideas and drive new thinking that way. The other nation. I would say jerk Jason, which is you know, you, you know, what are the things that you're doing today that you can do that are tangential to what you're doing that as an incredible amount of value. Right. And you can see that a lot of trustworthy service where you know, especially automotive today where they used to provide his transportation providing technology, right? That's Jason technology. That's Jason to what they used to do in cars. But Jason are important Thirdly transformational. Which is you know, how you take a business that is no four walls and a bunch of people hours and into a platform business. Also, and those are all different innovation. So if an organization, I mean, yeah, I'm with you hundred fifty percent and everybody thinks that innovation is only in that. The game changer breakthrough kind of change versus you. You can't and must liver innovation across that entire spectrum of opportunities. But if an organization want is that could be a little daunting, right? What did you start? How to get started? How do I start to transform organization given both the your work your inside of KPMG and your client work and the surveys you've done. What advice would you give us on? Maybe the first two or three things of an organization is you've got an innovation leader trying to transform the organization. What would be the first? Stops. They should take to really build it ovation as sustainable activity. Not just this episode kind of you know, go to hacker fon kind of fun. Yeah. So the first thing I would do is if you don't have that CEO commitment that set but find the leader in Beijing that has if you can write this is this is a perfect scenario. Find somebody who is really famous in your organization for getting things, right? The leader that has a reputation that people respect in. No while this is important to the CEO because they put you know, canning again there who's been champion of our growth the last ten years. What have you right? Putting that. First place is important with the mandate to start building a disciplined innovation just sensing market sensing capabilities investment management in Billy's working in collaboration with the business, and then deploying and scaling capabilities the back help manage tell the stories successes. Thing. I do I was started going culture of the relational rawal. And I think this is really important, and you cultural momentum around one first year point earlier talking about it and really making it a strategic. Set of imperatives. So it can be one of your pillars of success going forward. I think that's exactly what does or should do. Secondly, I think getting them involved in contest you'd have had and or just short chain things were people that are working in the field and come together, the acknowledged and celebrated across enterprise on new ideas, and then actually guess what real money behind the investment failure. I mean, if you don't work for your ethnic group to allocate some portion of retained earnings or child back to innovation initiatives, you're doing a mysterious you're doing this. You know, amateurishly in my opinion innovation is specially in these times we're living in what they are being so fortin going forward. If you don't have a significant budget and significant run rate for major investments going forward and small incremental investments as we talked about earlier than have real funding behind them. Then. And that's also mistakes getting money matters. And how in that place is really important. So those are some things that think about well, here's the question. I know I'm gonna get and this happens every time on this show when we talk about budget for some reason, I get a lot of emails when I used to talk about what my budget and how I allocated my spent spend at HP was about four four and a half billion dollars a year in our day. Right. Only roughly about eight and a half nine percent of that was what I would call innovation spent. Right. The question that people are gonna ask as you just said okay meaningful significance. What do you mean by that? Well, it depends on on what you're trying to achieve innovation budget. Right. So I would say you want to be very clear with yourself with your with your people yours and with the marketplace wouldn't think about investor calls investors. Are you doing to invest in your future? Those numbers have to be significant for example. A lot of fortune one hundred companies they're putting hundreds of millions of dollars into a and data those those monies should be explicitly against the specific use cases efforts with the idea that, you know, our investments all the way to class three amalgamations of AI retrain that's going to be managing a disciplined way over time. Just like any other investment, whether it's an acquisition or anything else. Those are significant monies right that Bassett significant budget. And I think you even look celebrate the smaller incremental ones as cultural building exercises. And so when you talk about significant monies, I think you're talking about hundreds of millions of dollars in some cases, billions and interestingly enough looked at the supplier side of the market to see some really significant investments. I mean, what's up what's purchased or fifty five billion dollars or something like that? That's just insane. Those numbers. Are you look at somebody's acquisition say oh my God. How they justify that they didn't justify based on an incremental investment. They just wanna because phone foundationally. It's gonna have huge buildings with this. What we refer to as innovation by aquisition. Right. And it's and it's a valid strategy. So steep, thanks for coming on the show. If people want to track what you're doing and what's going on in your activities. Where's the best place for them to follow? You KPMG dot.

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Our conversations with Stephen hill global head of innovation at KPMG. So Steve one of the things that I'm interested in hearing your thoughts on is. How do you create core? Capability around innovation inside Horgan's ization. Right. You know, it's you know, you and I've seen it. We were talking about it. Right. Innovation is a word has turned into buzzword. Bingo. Right. And it's very fleeting almost gets tied to the individuals. You know, who's leading it. But soon as they're gone, it's Cohen versus really creating it as as a sustainable part of an organization in you. You work with a variety of companies of all different sizes and different industries. And how do you make this thing of innovation? How do you really make it part of and sustainable for an organization and industry or Konami? Yeah. So. I I'm with you. I don't really like the charm innovation. What happens very quickly when you start to use that word is people start to think about ping pong tables earth falls. Right. I mean, that's not what innovation is innovation and die opinion is really to be perceived by lear- Shabazz, turning ideas into cash, right? And and future in your company me at the end of the day with the dynamics that are in our markets today with the speed of change, whether it's technological or social technology. You know, social changes economic changes are political changes. You've got to have vehicle in place. That is committed to understanding how the status quo needs to change as you have built over the years and years of capabilities and people that are operating the business, right? And we in most of our organizations are built today around operating ability very little of it has been spent. Really learning at Bill muscle in corporate structure to question. The status quo did actually change the status quo, and we didn't work last year with a group called innovation leader. To do some survey work, we surveyed, hundreds of of large organizations globally around the notion of how they're bringing innovation to bear. In what they saw the challenges were and they had four first you all. And I think this is by far the biggest issue. Seventy three percent of the respondents said the biggest impediment them with leadership engagement in support of innovation. So but doesn't start at the top the CEO and you being one of them understands us if the CEO doesn't say this is important to our future. It's gonna fall flat out of the shoot. Over half thought that politics are you know, turf wars between PNL's and in different departments were the next biggest innovation barrier. A little under house said culture, which I'll get to second was a big barrier. And then he went on to say, you know, the inability to act on signals the seconds of the last budget. There was no good. And then lastly, lack of vision or strategy in all these things are very very important. I think chance your question you've gotta have one leadership engagement. I think to get that done you need the parents what we talked about before around how important data in a are becoming in productivity ending competitive. This is your impetus because the status quo isn't designed take on the responsibilities to build those buildings. In fact, when you look at the marketplace round, a I today what you see is the suppliers take you all the skills in the marketplace, right and Moen a lot of the data to to drive learning and scale, you don't see much of that avail for this for the consumers of AI, which are everybody else other than the tech industry that is a big issue. And so I think, you know, the imperative for innovation has never been stronger as we hit this precipice. Of those that are going to really jump on productivity curves and get much larger because of that can be so much more productive than seen intelligence, human intelligence and data correlations. I can really satisfy customer behaviors in ways that you could never have done before like the Amazon if you will term innovations gonna be your parents. So you gotta get that in place number one. If that doesn't happen really you're wasting your time doing everything else. But once you have that you gotta start to build real ability around. How do you look at the marketplace? How you build sensory capability. How does that turn into real budgeted investments that by the way, the business has only investments link between the business and the group of people who are doing in? Beijing has to be tight and clear you black boxes you're dead meat. You will never scale in your business. Things are black box. In fact, it's quite interesting. Because here, you know, people ask me about my. Not one regret when I built up the innovation program office that HP. My biggest regret was having the word innovation in the name of the team. And in fact here at cable labs, we have taken the word innovation out of job titles. And we've taken the word innovation out of eighteen names innovations capability, it's not it's not a box on the org chart. It's not a team name is soon as you do that. You've just hampered that team because everybody in the outside look at them. I don't need to do anything. It's their responsibility. Yeah. And they're common fallacy is we have a strategy therefore, my investment portfolio for the next three or four years. Wrong right at the end of the day. You've got to have a systematic not episodic view of your investment portfolio in how agile you need to be as no relation to take on the challenges of point for century. So there's a lot of important things to do connect that scale right to your engine. That says I can prove that those investments actually were really good. In fact, I find that when you really try to some of these new things you can show they're far more beneficial from our turn on investments point that a lot of what I will call incremental sort of status coal improvement on the margin. Investments that you might make a business unfor- particularly things like time from business models. New ventures that are driving significant birth brand. New channels me here's a lot of things here that have to be done with discipline. At. You know, get the leadership engagement, you've gotta work on culture. Everyone to your point Phil, right? Although the were innovations and bad word, if you have a strong CEO people will call last to it. And if they think that they had a piece of that game. If they eventually yo says everybody has some responsibility here, and I want all of us to be innovative. And I want our culture to be innovative wants to be seen by our clients. By our customers is innovative. I think you'd change the actor you change the dialogue and the merediths by in a positive way one hundred percent agree. And in fact, when I my vice when I coach CEO's and that that are trying to establish their innovation capabilities. Is you have to think about the fact that when you walk through their front door year onstage, the entire organization will take their lead from how the CEO acts talked. It isn't about just mouthing the words and sending out on my mom wants a month listing projects you have to live it.

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Tyler Perry dropped more than $430K to pay off Walmart layaways: 'Go get your stuff, Merry Christmas!'

Joel Riley

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Tyler Perry dropped more than $430K to pay off Walmart layaways: 'Go get your stuff, Merry Christmas!'

"Memory told you earlier in the week that Stephen hill and Berg had passed creator of SpongeBob. I love the report on TMZ this morning. They say he's been cremated. And they're going to scatter his ashes at sea that seems appropriate midterm elections more than a month ago. But there's still a couple of races to be finalized one of them came down yesterday. Republican Representative David volatile conceited defeat democrat challenger TJ. Cox in California's twenty first district with vowels reef defeat. Democrats have now in that gain of forty house

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"stephen hill" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"You're listening to the skeptics guide to the universe. You're scape to reality. Welcome to the skeptics to universe. Today is Wednesday November twenty eighth twenty eighteen and this is your host, even Bella. Joining me the speaker Bob novella everybody chain of our guys and Evan Bernstein. Good evening, folks care is office week. We're all prepping. We're going to be outta town this weekend. We're going to be at the Smithsonian and then doing an event for the team Cavalieri skeptics on Saturday. So I got home from work yesterday. Yes. By younger daughter was home. She's fifteen and choose a little Clint, right? Her lamb. So she's like should a little worked up, and she doesn't get worked up over a lot. And she was like so like something really bad happened by. Okay. Oh, no. Here we go go the laundry that way and the wasp says where's the dog? She says Stephen Hillen Burg died. Oh, yeah. Those of you don't know Stephen hill. Lindbergh was the creator of SpongeBob squarepants. Didn't. He also voice SpongeBob. No now, voice them. But Tom, Kenny. Yes. Yeah. We saw dragon con this year. Yes. We met at dragon con. Yeah. So yeah. That's how big a role SpongeBob plate in her life that she was like emotionally upset that this guy. Just a creator. He was young too. It was fifty eight he announced in March of last year of two thousand seventeen that he had LS. Dammit went pretty quick. Yeah. Then you said then from that point forward, and listen, I'm going to try to work as long as I can. But yes for privacy. Which is why you weren't hearing a lot about it. And then it was announced yesterday as recording us that he had died the day before of complications, Vail S. So you're very, very unfortunate. Steve where is science right now in the battle with LS where where do we stand? We are lost in the field. Oh my gosh. Oh, no progress. I know you can't say we haven't made. It's not that we've made no progress at the basic science level research is active. We're learning. Lots of stuff we understand, what's you know, what's going on a lot more than we did. But it's one of those diseases where so far the more. We learn the more complicated, it becomes and the more. We realized how much we don't know. And what's been extremely frustrating is how little of the basic science research has translated into actual clinical treatments. So it's still we're just nibbling around the edges in terms of altering the course of the disease clinically. We can't really stop it. We can't reverse it can. Cure it. So we basically have extended survival twenty percent..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on Double Toasted

"But paramount today, but so that was that trailer, and I saw different variations of that as a kid because this was all over the place. No. The show. But no, yeah, I'm David hassle. I knew that he was in his movie. I'll I'll give that a little bit about how that was kinda shitty. That just I knew that they were gonna go into live action at some much better surprised that they not showcase exactly. It would have been fucking cool to be honest. But it's a start this episode though. So as we mentioned before in honor of Stephen hill and Berg passing away this week fifty seven years old from LS we decided to forego a multitude of movies, we we had to empty week. And we're like we have nothing for this weekend between Christmas, and we figured you know, what let's go ahead and honor the guy who created SpongeBob your passed away this week. That's probably the best way to do it. He directed. It created the show all these things. Right. So the thing is and I want to say it again because there's people that don't buy the full shows. I think you should watch the full shows and bite down below for ninety nine cents. But for people that don't wash the full shows. I admitted earlier that I had never seen episode of SpongeBob. And I wanted to make sure. Before you start yelling at me saying how did you ever? Not see his episode of SpongeBob. I think that's grammar. Go ahead west the four of you for the full explanation. But as I explained before parents didn't want me watching it and they didn't ask twice. Yes. So that's really good boy. But I had a lot of other things that I watch and actually bring in one of my favorites from another Cartoon Network if you will that was a giveaway, but I'll pay the two other similarities to where I saw show that. I really love this movie. There's a lot of similarities between those things because I wasn't Nick toons kid. I watched the loading a lot as a kid. I had cable Brian. A lot of my friends necessarily didn't have. But we did because my dad liked TV. But yeah, no TV's awesome. But the thing was was that it was not that going off of that. It was not that. I didn't have so many options. It was just that at a certain point when I even did try to sneak it like you would imply the humor just didn't hit in the short bursts that I tried to sneak or trending watched. You really didn't hit me in those little bits and pieces if I left it on by accident, right? I really never see part of an episode, and it never cut, my I, you know, and then at a certain point as I mentioned before I got a little too old to care about SpongeBob at this point in twenty twenty four two thousand and four I was I was passed. It was onto bigger more mature things. Like dragon ball z. The animals and whatnot. So not only have I not seen this movie. But as I mentioned before I had not seen a full episode of thirty minute twenty eight minute episode, or whatever have you. So this is it. This is my first introduction to this show other than the theme song that played before it. That's what I knew when to cut the show off. I can't watch this. Ooh, change. And that's where it was. But this movie starts off with that. I kind of theme song in the background. And it's more of like a theatrical version where it's like, oh, they're putting on a big stage production, and I thought this had a little sound to it. I guess it doesn't. But very quiet. Listen, very carefully. I wanted to have a little bit of the you know, who lives in Avalon. Very regal version of it. But you know, what they had this whole big production going on. And it's the captain from the beginning of the show. Sure. Cut a live action version in a live action way, and they start with a little bit of hijinks to get the movie started. It's a cool thing to do bring this captain in bring the fish. And here's the thing. This point, you know, past all this kind of funny stuff standard kid's fair. It's kiddie stuff. It's kitty kitty kitty stuff to true. But the thing was was like this rate here. This opening scene is legitimately my first real exposure to SpongeBob..

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"stephen hill" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"stephen hill" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Let's check in now with meteorologist dean devore. Yeah. That is a gorgeous sunrise going on out there. With a pinkish cloud says we see some breaks in the clouds some of that sunshine around for a little bit this morning. Josh think clouds will close in from the north and west where it's still pretty. Cloudy. We still got this area of low pressure up to our north, and it's going to wrap this wind around as we go through the day winds gusting twenty five thirty miles per hour. So real feel temperatures today will stay in the twenties and thirties. More frequent snow and rain showers northwest of four ninety five maybe some sprinkles and flurries into the afternoon in the city, itself, windy and cold tonight will drop in the thirties real feels in the teens most places and then tomorrow, more sunshine, but windy and cold with the real fields in the twenties and thirties. Wind combs down Friday into Saturday. Low forties. Looks like rain pushes in Saturday night into Sunday's could be some icy spots inland at the onset. But this is primarily going to be a rainstorm is temperatures. Josh could get up in the low fifty s Sunday afternoon after the rain comes to an end. I'm meteorologist dean devore's WBZ NewsRadio ten thirty thirty four in Chatham thirty-seven in Norwood thirty six and Lawrence thirty-six under partly cloudy skies in Boston. Give the gift of winter with a gift card from the show valley ski area and Westford mass for every fifty dollars purchase. You get an additional ten dollars free offer available online only until December thirty first by now at Gina Schober dot com. Some sad news from the TV world. Stephen hill. Lindbergh, the creator of SpongeBob squarepants has.

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