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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

11:10 min | Last month

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Banking Transformed with Jim Marous

"Be back in a classroom and actually sort of in this learning environment. I've never one of my students. Said i'm never going to take the classroom for granted again because there is some value in in person learning. There's also some bad in person when we go back to the office that we just did a slow management review article on this that comes out of the new book one of the things. That co in work is really good for two really good for building culture. It's really good for on boarding employees. It's really good for developing new ideas and brainstorming. It's very good for serendipitous connections relationships at conversations you wouldn't have otherwise which are incredibly valuable sources of information. I completely disagree with anybody that says we are going to be all virtual all the time going forward. It's just not feasible. Even the gig workers that have very advanced skill set. They don't need them forty hours a week. The ability to connect with them and have them work with many different clients at the same time. Bring their skill sets. That was even considered because everybody was worried. I'm not going to get my work out of the person where we very quickly realize. It's really about deliverables. And that how many hours you work. Because yeah and lord knows with kids at home you weren't able to determine what our is going to be and then also has been blown out of the water this idea that oh you can't be productive. We can't be efficient. We can't be if if we're remote. This last year has thrown that for the lie that it has been I was going to use a different word but we're having a family. Friendly broadcast were more efficient. In fact many people we interviewed said their company was more productive working from home. Because when you don't have to commute you don't have the interruptions and you don't have that at at at at you have more meetings but they're shorter because there's no startup costs everybody just shows up on zoom and then shutdown zoom. I did it's three consecutive days. A talk in mexico. City a talk in india a talk in illinois and then in indonesia i physically could not have made that happen in a co located environment and so. It's only the zoo. Can i be that flexible. Nimble and so there are just so many opportunities and the real challenge is going to be had. We put this back together in a coherent and meaningful way. I think we will but those who are going to succeed those are going to sit down and say what have we learned over the past year. What are the best things we wanna keep about what happened. And what do we like better about what happened before. And how do we keep the best of that to create a work environment going forward. That's the best of both worlds. So jerry is our last question. I don't wanna get away without digging a little deeper near new book. You get a number of interviews and that's the foundation upon the new book and keep bring up to for our audience a little bit about i. Guess the one or two experiences interviews. You had that maybe surprise you a bit. I mean when he talked about some of these big organizations you go yeah kind of expect him to pivot accordingly but even some of the big organizations as you. Mary mentioned the hospitality industry and other one's got caught off carpets. Also small ones that became superstars. What a couple of stories that you're going to bring out in the book. That are interesting. i'll give you three. How about that. Because i it's like picking my and interviewed on your favorite. Yes exactly and incidentally if you go to my website. Www dot cross kane dot com pr f k n. e we've actually been publishing our interviews as a series in the wall street journal and so there was just so much good stuff that we couldn't fit all in the book so we're doing separate profiles leadership and i've actually been very inspired by the leaders. We've been able to talk to just really authentic bold meaningful leadership through this time which has been amazing so the three examples i hilton suffered a ninety percent drop off in demand. They knew they were going to have to lay people off every employee's knew they were getting laid off. So what they did was they took their recruiting platform and reversed it and they went to companies that were having increased demand amazon's the grocery stores etc etc and the created a funnel for hilton employees to join these companies. They place like it says it in an interview like a million and a half jobs or at least a million and a half were listed that way the amazon's got skilled employees that was like They had the hilton seal of approval. Hilton treated their employees. They got to land on their feet. Employs ended up with a good job and with good feelings towards hilton. Because they were able to pull this off and many have now. That demand is ramping. Back up are coming back to hilton. And so just an amazing story of being and they did that in a couple of weeks so just really amazing opportunity there marriott. Did it slightly different one. They took their entire call center and went to work with the state of new york to handle the hundred times increase in unemployment claims they took and retrained the those employees. They had to dejoy infrastructure. Set up and just switched to switch to now. They're doing unemployment stuff last but not least was hitachi so they have a bunch of factories to in these factories. They have sensors they detectors they have all sorts of sensing equipment over the course of about two weeks. Went in redeveloped news. I algorithm for the sensor network. And we're able to begin monitoring employees distance from social distancing They were able to actually monitor employee body temperature to see if anybody was starting to develop a fever and they could turn this factory just updating the software now into a social distance monitoring and see where the next happened in the system to be able to get the factories up and running in a safe way. And if you think about when you have this digital infrastructure in place you can redeploy in ways with just a software patch and enabled you to update your abilities and your capabilities like that as needed. And that's one of the most remarkable things about having a robots the joint structure the hiltons that could serve redeploy. Its workforce in a matter of weeks by changing a software platform and creating some partners with organizations that were in need and that stories like that are those that i just am really amazed by and if you're waiting and it never would have happened if it weren't for covert because you know nobody would ever move that quickly unless there's an existential threat to them or their employees or people care about and again i just go back to the fact that i just had a number of interviews with people and almost to the person i walked away learning something and just being really in admiration of their leadership. I'm prepared to call this. The golden age of business leadership because i think our business leaders have really stepped up to a remarkable and and in some cases not to get political where political leaders of all stripes failed to step up and so i really think it's an amazing time. I think our business leaders have come across really well and yet i think the biggest challenge lie ahead that gets some ways kovin easy because we had to deal with it. We had to sort of figure it out the real. The the next challenge of leadership is september. Twenty twenty one as companies are figuring out. Do we move forward. Or do we go back to the old ways and i and i firmly believe that goes just choose to go to the back to the old ways are not going to be long for this world and we really need to use this as an opportunity to figure out how to lead twenty-first-century truly twenty-first-century organizations going forward. It's great because again it reinforces the context from your first book. That is not the back office. Technology is the way deployed is the leadership you have it speed and agility is innovation if these microcosm soft skills but it's not the infrastructure gets the infrastructure. Now as you mentioned with cloud and everything else you can build that on the fly in fact in the banking world. I keep on referencing. The fact that there are virtually any solution provider now. Serving the banking industry has a way to a work around around your bad technology. But they're going to deploy it in a new way. They're deployed play to employees. Have a better access to deploy faster and easier when you talk about the difference between one company and the others can be speed and simplicity either the speed simplicity of how you make my life easier or the speed and simplicity of how you deploy your solution in different ways and jerry again. I think you're the first podcast that broke the rules of how long we wanted to go. And by the way. This is a credit not a criticism. I think we broke records. Even that you set the last time because it's something i am obviously very passionate about what you're writing about is really good for those of you in the audience. First of all pick up his first book the technology fallacy. It is a. It's a textbook for how you need to do. Business makes you get unlisted pickup the second floor in september but even more importantly in the meantime look couple of this website. Give it to its jerry. Profit cain p. r. o. f. k. a. n. e. dot com and. Make sure you look under his name. On the mit sloan management review. Because i- repurpose a lot of his content for what it is in banking and he knows that i will quote him off. But i think he's got a great global view of what's going on the marketplace in jerry again. Thank you so much for today's time. A pleasure as always you know what a great discussing jerry. King we in the past. We had our longest interview. Ever at that time jerry. I think we've broke another record today. And i hope you stayed on the whole broadcast because he has so much information about what's going on in the marketplace what's important and what's not which critical versus urgent and success stories. I really urge you. To pick up the book the technology fallacy that was written by him and three other co-authors and put yourself on the list for the his new book coming up in september. thanks for listening to banking transform. Just raise a top. Five banking podcast. If you enjoyed today's interview. Please be sure. Subscribe to the show and your favorite podcast app. And don't forget to give our show a five star rating also be sure to catch my recent articles on the financial brandon and check out our recent research we're doing on digital transformation in facial costumer experience and financial marketing for the digital bank report. This been a production of evergreen podcast. A special thank you to produce the long break. Audio engineer sean. Role hoffman and producer will prints. I'm your host. Tim russert until next time. Embrace changed. take risks and disrupt yourself..

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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on The Digital Executive - Leadership for the Digital World

The Digital Executive - Leadership for the Digital World

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on The Digital Executive - Leadership for the Digital World

"Hi I'm Richard. Bliss host of the Digital Executive podcast. There are three myths preventing you from being successful as a digital executive but first we have to identify what is a digital executive executives. Today must have mastery of twenty-first-century communication tools to be successful at leading twenty-first-century organizations when it comes to using social media as the leader. There are three myths. I hear every day. The first myth is that you believe. You don't have the time you know already busy and you believe that social media takes all of your time. I'm here to show you how to be successful in the digital world without a massive increase in your time commitment the second myth is that social media and online presence is all about self promotion as a leader. You've been conditioned to think of the team. I that it isn't about you. Each episode of the Digital Executive Helps Dispel this myth. My guest bring their stories about leading in today's modern digital world. They share how to dramatically increase the reach of their organizations message and brand in addition to their own. The third myth is that as a leader. You wonder if you have anything to contribute. There is so much noise online and you instinctively feel that you will simply be adding more in each episode. You will discover how to find your authentic voice. You will learn to share the stories and knowledge that can help you build your own audience your own brand. Nbc is a thought leader. Today's leaders challenged like never before teams are remote and organizations have gone virtual leaders today are faced with mastering is set of communication tools and skills that many are not prepared to use. As one of Lincoln's top voices I worked with executives and sales teams from around the world. I helped them become more comfortable with social media and more fluid in online conversations. I help them build their platform and confidence to reach their audience effectively. My guests come from diverse backgrounds. Some are leaders who have transitioned to the new world of digital leadership some are authors and subject matter experts to help explain this new environment whether you're a seasoned executive or on your way to becoming one. Every episode is focused on helping you learn how to navigate the new world of digital leadership again. I'm Richard Bliss and that's what I offer you my podcast. The digital executive subscribe or follow today. So you never miss an episode..

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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on CCC Talks

CCC Talks

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on CCC Talks

"The more human we're going to have to become. I think it's amazing mindset to get into but we have to move ourselves to become more more human. I think because of what otherwise we get lost all automation on the one thing that fascinates me about the human race as a species. I think is our diversity. I think that's critical as I said. We're we're different. We have different views on. They all they all they all add up to now normally at this stage. We do few quick fire questions with you not doing that today. Going to change things a little bit. We'll see how it works. They tell me Mark. Don't break formula to go I'm diverse anyway. So let's give it a go so instead of asking you some questions. I'm going to ask you quick far. Now maybe thirty seconds or so. See your responses on some of these articles that you've written you written a lot of articles in this space over the last number of years. We've gone enough how to reach a lot of them. They're fantastic. I'm just going to call you about some of the article headings until Me Watch. What does it mean? Give us a thirty seconds. Quick fire on it. So first. Recalibrating workforce planning for the Twenty First Century Organization and a quickfire thirty seconds. What's that all about? And that's we discussed that. It really is being predictive about the changes that will happen at scale not just again individuals. But how can we predict tower? The composition of your workforce will change within the five ten years in and give some advice and prepare for that change so that it doesn't come as a surprise where not reactive. We appro active. A ballot workforce some another one. He wrote about the adaptability challenge. And we've covered some of it but if you get that down to about thirty seconds what are you covering in? Their adaptability is is is a mosque these days. It's no longer shen. Everyone has to be adaptive and the challenges that we don't like to be adapted and organizations have Legacy structures people are attached to the titles in jobs. So we have those hangups. Wait wait wait. We do not like to change. That's part of our survival instinct and changes threatening so so that's why adaptability is a challenge but it's also a amassed it's it's it's a goal. I think that's opening their M. You talk about the promise some peril of teams sure. Everybody's working team enroll collaborating. That's a promise. But what are the perils apparel? Is You know it's very difficult to be on the team. You know as much as especially diverse teams. You know we know for a fact that we almost have to change would definitely have to change our mental models about success for example Yon NBC. Very aware and nonbiased. So that's why the the T. teams is the future at the same time. It's also a learning curve. We are not because most of the time teens kind of happens good team. Successful teams happened almost by accident. We have not really researched them as much before. But now we are paying a lot more attention. So what makes a team successful part of that formula? Be The ability to work through challenges in the resistance and You know the downsides in In managed diversity for the benefit of the of the team rather than full apart as a team so there are lots of pros and cons to the team in. It's up to us to learn how to do it more effectively. Yep Yep I've seen first hand over the years successful teams happening by accident. The majority of them are then having success almost by accident to which amazed me you talk about 'em wires hate your pursuing Agi lightsaber. Everybody's doing Ijaw. Why is hey? You're doing a light version of it because you know there isn't as I can. Every Trans Air is a very off the docks way of applying agile as you know it could be very formulate in the and unfortunately because HR works with humans. Most of the time we know that it no one sits into just one way of doing things. We talked about diversity that that was running theme of our conversation so I think that as much as they agile formula that we inherited from software development the applied across various processes when it comes to humans in working on some very very human decisions we need to be more nuanced in how it supplied and maybe less off the docks in application of some of the processes that more open-minded entreated Morrison is again as a mental model mindset of agility and adaptability than just a set of formulas yet. I think you can almost apply the approach to most agile projects or implementation door. Whatever phrase for going and I think the last one here at learning twenty thirty beyond technology so we're looking at ten years into the future. Will we be there with a human capital? Management will have arrived or we'll we'll be still beyond the journey or will be affixed at all with technology. I don't think we'll ever arrive. That's the beauty of that show. Let Alone Landa me in ten years and see where we are but But I think you know what I said is that it will be a really interesting An interesting evolution of Jan humans that interaction people technology as well as ask better understanding who we are always a hot wide What we know about ourselves and really accommodating and developing technologies that are going to make us more powerful more impactful more intelligent in all the good things associated with that can obviously paying attention to what we don't know in what's going to fall through the cracks and we're GonNa find ourselves in the privacy. Hell you know. And whatever whatever the next than saying that we didn't disobey is GonNa hit us I think that's kind of going to be the path for the next ten years. I think it's an interesting pop. It's journey not the destination. It is journey. I think it can be a journey with a very interesting view. If you want to open your eyes on and look at it and you reminded me of one of the critical findings. Just finish up. We found from our survey was organizations. Don't know what they don't know. And that's one of their biggest gaps and challenges whether it's technology whether it's human capital management. Whatever that is they don't know they don't know and it's almost as if let's not look on the Dirac to see what's there because that will mean change and difficult evil but I think we've got to be brave. I'm on a previous talks. We had somebody say. We need managers and leaders with goats. That will do something that may fail. Br at least they're learning. It's not I always say you know that phrase it's not failure if you've learned from it certainly is if you do it and repeat it and do it again to definition of insanity but if you do it if you get this wrong learn where you got it wrong. I'm be stronger the next time and tell your staff and work with people. I think that's a good view now before we finish any final words on how organizations can continue to get the best from their talents. How they can keep them or how they should develop their staff in this digital age. Any closing words for you. I think you know. Just stop focusing more people because people have been a second thought maybe third fourth on the agenda of the CEO's and now we're seeing that it's coming front and center in when people business people were very smart very artificial in in eighth. They put their minds than their hearts to achieving those goals in that's kind of appeal to the management. I think that that that's where we are going to be on a good pass. It's still going to be easy but it's certainly going to be A better experience for all and we'll get there faster if we have the right leadership moving us in the right direction. Well some of the best advice we got on these calls. At the very end Allen's always the most simplest of advice I mean their focus on the people in third or fourth down the list. I find that amazing people should be top of the list there to town there. Two things that make things happen. There are people that think do an act and the automation helps to parts of their jobs. Focus on the people. We're going to leave it there. Thank you so much for joining us on. Today's CCC TALKS. You've got so much insight into.

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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

10:42 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Fifty five degrees on Peachtree street at two thirty five I'm more cable why not a five point five W. S. B. Atlanta's news and talk a couple of things we need to pass long before we go back to your great phone calls in our digital life passes first of which you heard me talk about that now your case your phone case can have artificial skin what's up with that behind it's called skin on he says he created simply because he wanted to pinch his phone anyway is comprised of artificial skin with a layer of stretchable copper wire beneath and then there's the electrical charge of that wiring that changes as you touch it and they've developed a couple of options a basic and an old for realistic and in the future they're also talking about adding other features like embedded hair and temperature changes I could produce sweat yeah because that now these are just prototypes in maybe they'll never actually show up anywhere else but in your worst nightmares because you're had that feeling that your skin was crawling it could just be your farm it over on the website we have a great tip that you don't want to miss six gadgets to modernize your old car we get the calls here from time to time showing I've got a car you know doesn't have Bluetooth what can I do to hook up my phone to it here's the deal anchor company that first made a name for themselves and portable battery Chargers now they have car Chargers with blue built in Bluetooth so that this way you can connect the phone to your car and then if you're okay having Alexa tag along with you wherever you go Amazon has released the eco auto sports speaker that also bridges the gap between your phone and car and some cars these days even have standard logical outlets in addition to the usual twelve all plugs in if yours doesn't you can now pick up a power inverter they can charge multiple devices including your laptop we've got details other tech upgrades for your car over at commander dot com that you don't want to miss and as I mention our digital life texted his moments away and then later on this hour you may think that Google has deleted your data because you ask them to maybe not a cliff in Carson city Nevada either Clough welcome what's going on Sir thank you for taking my call I'm on the board of an all volunteer neighborhood nonprofit and now that we're about done on twenty percent into the twenty first century organization and finally going to move into the late twentieth century and we've been communicating with our members and stakeholders using snail mail what building an email okay thank you SO you are now just getting into email cliff where have you been well I've been around the organization hasn't been quite up to date so okay I'm I'm I'm helping move it into the twenty twentieth century good chance of rebuilding and thank you we're building an email list but I'm wondering what if anything can your organization do the organization has a G. mail email account looking organization do or what should we ask our members the people we get emails from to do to decrease the chances that the emails that we do seven of them end up another spin on or junk folder okay a couple of things very good questions you know you want the email to come if you can from an actual lake cliffs Carson city organization dot org or whatever it is okay instead of how many well how many people do you have on this list we'll have probably about two hundred okay all right at them that's a pretty considerable list to manage I know it doesn't sound like a lot I mean we send out forty million newsletters a month which is like crazy but even at two hundred people subscribe unsubscribe they don't get it for three or four times and it sits in their in box than ever open it you know that whole thing okay and so what you want to use number one is an email delivery service you don't want to put everybody in the CC field on your G. mail because then you're gonna get marked as a spammer okay or on a BC six so there are these services like I'm sure you've heard of constant contact then there's another one called male champ in MailChimp is actually free for under two thousand email address and so what's nice about them is that all this is done automatically are you familiar with what they do okay all right so here's here's what happened so you're going to sign up for an account over a male champ okay or constant contact I think male chip might be good for you because you're a smaller organization please sign up for this okay then what they give you as they say okay give us your email address so just the ones to start out with okay so maybe it's like five or six or ten or twenty how many that you have and then the email then they give you a template and so you're gonna fill out a template like today's news here's what's going on in the community future meetings whatever may be so it's almost like old desktop publishing days for you get a template you just fill in the blanks then at that point then you schedule your email to go out I can go out the next day two weeks from today whatever may be and then you can also set up all different kind of parameters like tell me who has an open the email tell me who has bounced back tell me who has clicked anything in the email which is also interesting to you because then you know what they are acting and reacting to so that comes up you get like all these different data points that now you never have before and then when somebody wants to sign up for the newsletter you'll put a little widget on your website as well as there can be a specific address that they can send an email to and then they sign up for the newsletter you just can't sign people up they have to request it because if you just sign people up then you're in violation of the can spam act not that the feds are ever going to come after because you know as well as I do it never has worked in the beginning but I still want you to be in compliance with so does does that make sense yeah we we don't actually have a newsletter well we do actually annual basis but were course looking at sending them an email emails are kind of issue oriented well you know what is it doesn't have to be a full blown it does have to be a full blown newsletter it could just be an email with your logo at the top I mean you don't have to be anything major I mean even if you just want to say we're going to be closed for the holidays here the you know the times and days that we all will be is that you can send that out the whole idea is that when you start having instant communication with people is that you'll find that with the better communication there may be better interaction the other thing that you get with male champ is that they are you're almost guaranteed that the email that you sent will be accessible on any device and any email service so you if you haven't formatted for jazz G. mail and then is go to somebody on a welcoming a garbage and it's in the same thing if it if they chose in their email so these mailing list companies have all these considerations that they've already done for you and it's no cost to you and now also because they are known to send out this email is that the you're probably have a higher percentage of that email going into the recipient's inbox then into their junk mail folder because it's not coming from just G. mail anymore what will it show as to whom it sent the email when it comes from male to it'll have your and your organization name middle saying from cliffs Carson city fabulous now the twenty first century communication jet stream you know what everyone say and but it's by far is the is the the easiest way is to get everybody all I've been going you said we need people to sign up for it as I said we're we're just kind of now getting into late twentieth century we don't even have a website set up can we can we solicit people to give us your email address Sir come on there absolutely absolutely and you know and and you know even you can have domain and I even have a web address but you should have even if it's just a place holder whatever the organization is with a just a simple contact form so and also to me it doesn't to be anything major for that either I mean you can use your powers is talking about templates and now you can have websites that are developed over templates to and these are available through go Daddy wicks in square space and so it's not like it used to be where was this major hurdle I mean just a pain in the neck for you to set up your whole email marketing and website because now things have gotten a heck of a lot easier once you once you think all this over if you have any questions afterwards click just give me a call back I'm right here for you thanks again for your call alright let's talk about all the data that you have on your computer right now imagine if just suddenly it went all into the intergalactic rock salt just god vomits you're like what we do all right because when people normally like to send me an email go I lost my hard drive where where do Kim can I sign up with the data recovery service for I don't know six hundred dollars twelve hundred dollars some crazy number like that now if you rely on a computer for any reason you must take precautions to protect what's on it that's just the bottom line all your data your emails all those files you create they just need to be backed up and that's why I recommend I drive at that moment in time when your computer crashes and you need all the work on your computer I drive I drive is there working for you you know and backing up your data or re obtaining it from my drive is the easiest when you have a fast internet connection I mean you know let's face it but a lot of our show listeners you know you don't have a fast internet connection what if you live and work in an area with a slow internet connection well that's when you rely on I drives express services is really innovative listen to this I drive is going to send you a hard drive you back up your data locally to the drive and then ship the hard drive back to them it's a free service when you work with them it's a perfect example of how I do I really has really just taken over the market place and not every office has really fast man every home is a fast connection so if I drive express you can back up to protect your critical data in the cloud even if you don't have that super duper fast internet connection so if you're sitting there saying Kim I can't do a club back up because I just don't want.

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Talk radio six eighty WCBS a couple of things you need to pass long before you go back to your great phone calls in our visual light passes first of which you heard me talk about that now your case your phone case can have artificial skin what's up with that behind is called skin on he says he created simply because he wanted to change his phone anyway is comprised of artificial skin with a layer of stretchable copper wire beneath and then there's the electrical charge of that wiring that changes as you touch it and they've developed a couple of options a basic and an old for realistic and in the future they're also talking about adding other features like embedded hair and temperature changes I could produce sweat yeah because that now these are just prototypes in maybe they'll never actually show up anywhere else but in your worst nightmares because you're had that feeling that your skin was crawling it could just be your phone it over on the website we have a great tip that you don't want to miss six gadgets to modernize your old car we get the calls here from time to time showing I've got a car you know doesn't have Bluetooth what can I do to hook up my phone to it here's the deal anchor company that first made a name for themselves and portable battery Chargers now they have car Chargers with blue built in Bluetooth so that this way you can connect the phone to your car and then if you're okay having Alexa tag along with you wherever you go Amazon has released the eco auto sports speaker that also bridges the gap between your phone and car and some cars these days even have stand or let's go out let's in addition to the usual twelve all plugs and if yours doesn't you can now pick up a power inverter they can charge multiple devices including your laptop we've got details other tech upgrades for your car over at commander dot com that you don't want to miss and as I mention our digital life except is moments away and then later on this hour you may think that Google has deleted your data because you ask them to maybe not a cliff in Carson city Nevada either Clough thank you welcome what's going on Sir thank you for taking my call I'm on the board of an all volunteer neighborhood nonprofit and now that we're about done on twenty percent into the twenty first century organization and is finally going to move into the late twentieth century and we've been communicating with our members and stakeholders using snail mail what building an email okay nine what thank you so you are now just getting into email cliff where have you been well I've been around the organization hasn't been quite up to date so okay I'm I'm I'm helping move it into the twenty twentieth century good chance of we're building and thank you we're building an email list but I'm wondering what if anything can your organization do they look at the organization has a G. mail that email account looking organization do or what should we ask our members the people we get emails from to do to decrease the chances that the emails that we do send them and up another spin on or junk folder okay a couple of things very good questions you know you want the email to come if you can from an actual lake Clift's Carson city organization dot org or whatever it is instead of how many well how many people do you have on this list will have probably about two hundred okay all right at them that's a pretty considerable list to manage I know it doesn't sound like a lot I mean we send out forty million newsletters a month which is like crazy but even at two hundred people subscribe unsubscribe they don't get it for three or four times and it's it's in their in box than ever open it.

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:12 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"A couple of things you need to pass long before we go back to your great phone calls in our digital life passes firstly where'd she heard me talk about that now your case your phone case can have artificial skin what's up with that behind it's called skin on he says he created simply because he wanted to change his phone anyway is comprised of artificial skin with a layer of stretchable copper wire beneath and then there's the electrical charge of that wiring that changes as you touch it and they've developed a couple of options a basic and an old for realistic and in the future they're also talking about heading other features like embedded hair and temperature changes that could produce sweat yeah because that now these are just prototypes in maybe they'll never actually show up anywhere else but in your worst nightmares because you're had that feeling that your skin was crawling it could just be your fault it over on the website we have a great tip that you don't want to miss six gadgets to modernize your old car we get the calls here from time to time showing I've got a car you know doesn't have Bluetooth what can I do to hook up my phone to it here's the deal anchor company that first made a name for themselves and portable battery Chargers now they have car Chargers with blue built in Bluetooth so that this way you can connect the phone to your car and then if you're okay having Alexa tag along with you wherever you go Amazon has released the eco auto sports speaker that also bridges the gap between your phone and car and some cars these days even have standard logical outlets in addition to the usual twelve all plugs and if yours doesn't you can now pick up a power inverter they can charge multiple devices including your laptop we've got details other tech upgrades for your car over at commander dot com that you don't want to miss and as I mention our digital life texted was moments away and then later on this hour you may think that Google has deleted your data because you ask them to maybe not a cliff in Carson city Nevada either Clough welcome what's going on Sir thank you for taking my call I'm on the board of an all volunteer neighborhood nonprofit and now that we're about done on twenty percent into the twenty first century organization and finally going to move into the late twentieth century and we've been communicating with our members and stakeholders using snail mail what building an email okay nine thank you is okay you are now just getting into email cliff where have you been well I've been around the organization hasn't been quite up to date so okay I'm I'm I'm helping move it into the twenty twentieth century good chance we're building and thank you we're building an email list but I'm wondering what if anything can your organization do they look at the organization has a G. mail that email account looking organization do or what should we ask our members the people we get emails from to do to decrease the chances that the emails that we do similar and up another spin on or junk folder okay a couple of things very good questions you know you want the email to come if you can from an actual lake Clift's Carson city organization dot org or whatever it is okay instead of how many well how many people do you have on this list I will have probably about two hundred okay all right at that that's a pretty considerable list to manage I know it doesn't sound like a lot I mean we send out forty million newsletters a month which is like crazy but even at two hundred people subscribe unsubscribe they don't get it for three or four times and it's it's in their in box than ever open it you know that whole thing okay and so what you want to use number one is an email delivery service you don't want to put everybody in the CC field on your G. mail because then you're gonna get marked as a spammer okay or on a BC six so there are these services like I'm sure you've heard a constant contact then there's another one called male champ in MailChimp is actually free for under two thousand email address and so what's nice about them is that all this is done automatically are you familiar with what they do okay all right so here's here's what happened so you're going to sign up for an account over a male champ okay or constant contact I think male chip might be good for you because you're a smaller organization please sign up for this okay then what they give you as they say okay give us your email address so just the ones to start out with okay so maybe it's like five or six or ten or twenty how many that you have and then the email then they give you a template and so you're gonna fill out a template like today's news here's what's going on in the community future meetings whatever may be so it's almost like old desktop publishing days for you get a template you just fill in the blanks then at that point then you schedule your email to go out I can go out the next day two weeks from today whatever may be and then you can also set up all different kind of parameters like tell me who has an open the email tell me who has bounced back tell me who has clicked anything in the email which is also interesting to you because then you know what they are acting and reacting to so be comes up you get like all these different data points that now you never have before and then when somebody wants to sign up for the newsletter you'll put a little widget on your website as well as there can be a specific address that they can send an email to and then they sign up for the newsletter you just can't sign people up they have to request it because if you just sign people up then you're in violation of the can spam act not that the feds are going to come after because you know as well as I do it never has worked in the beginning but I still want you to be in compliance with okay so does does that make sense yeah we we don't actually have a newsletter well we do actually an annual basis but were course looking at sending them an email emails are kind of issue oriented you know what is it doesn't have to be a full blown it does have to be a full blown newsletter it can just be an email with your logo at the top I mean you don't have to be anything major I mean even if you just want to say we're going to be closed for the holidays here the you know the times and days that we all will be is that you can send that out the whole idea is that when you start having instant communication with people is that you'll find that with the better communication there may be better interaction the other thing that you get with male champ is that they are you're almost guaranteed that the email that you sent will be accessible on any device and any email service so you if you haven't formatted for jazz G. mail and then is go to somebody on a welcoming a garbage and then the same thing if they if they chose in their email so these mailing list companies have all these considerations that they've already done for you and it's no cost to you and now also because they are known to send out this email is that the you're probably have a higher percentage of that email going into the recipient's inbox then enter their junk mail folder because it's not coming from just G. mail anymore so what will it show as to whom it sent the email when it comes from male to it'll have your and your organization name middle saying from cliffs our cars and city fabulous now the twenty first century communication jet stream you know what everyone say and but it's by far is the is the the easiest way is to get everybody all up and going he said we need people to sign up for it as I said we're we're just kind of now getting in the late twentieth century and we don't even have a website setup can we can we solicit people to give us your email address Sir come on there absolutely absolutely and you know and and you know even you can have domain and I even have a web address but you should have even if it's just a place holder whatever the organization is with a just a simple contact form so and also to me it doesn't to be anything major for that either I mean you can use it however is talking about templates and now you can have websites that are developed over templates to and these are available through go Daddy wicks in square space and so it's not like it used to be where was this major hurled me just a pain in the neck for you to set up your whole email marketing and website because now things have gotten a heck of a lot easier once you once you think all this over if you have any questions afterwards click just give me a call back I'm right here for you thanks again for your call alright let's talk about all the data that you have on your computer right now imagine if just suddenly it went all into the intergalactic but **** solved god vomits you're like what we do all right because when people normally like to send me an email go I lost my hard drive where where do Kim can I sign up with the data recovery service for I don't know six hundred dollars twelve hundred dollars some crazy number like that now if you rely on a computer for any reason you must take precautions to protect what's on it that's just the bottom line all your data your emails all those files you create they just need to be backed up and that's why I recommend I drive at that moment in time when your computer crashes and you need all the work on your computer I drive I drive is they're working for you you know and backing up your data re obtaining it from my drive is the easiest when you have a fast internet connection I mean you know let's face it but a lot of our show listeners you know you don't have a fast internet connection what if you live and work in an area with a slow internet connection well that's when you rely on I drives express services is really innovative listen to this I drive is going to send you a hard drive you back up your data locally to the drive and then ship the hard drive back to them it's a free service when you work with them it's a perfect example of how I drive.

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Loss the first is the sixteen thousand acres the news you want tonight ISIS access to the oil filter news you need that I humbly ask you for your support for my candidacy stay in the know yeah songs most stimulating talk I read a couple of things you need to pass long before you go back to your great phone calls in our digital life hacks is first of which you heard me talk about that now your case your phone case can have artificial skin what's up with that behind it's called skin on he says he created simply because he wanted to change his phone anyway is comprised of artificial skin with a layer of stretchable copper wire beneath and then there's the electrical charge of that wiring that changes as you touch it and they've developed a couple of options a basic and an old for realistic and in the future they're also talking about adding other features like embedded hair and temperature changes that could produce sweat yeah because that now these are just prototypes in maybe they'll never actually show up anywhere else but in your worst nightmares because you're had that feeling that your skin was crawling it could just be your phone it over on the website we have a great tip that you don't want to miss six gadgets to modernize your old car we get the calls here from time to time showing I've got a car you know doesn't have Bluetooth what can I do to hook up my phone to it here's the deal anchor company that first made a name for themselves and portable battery Chargers now they have car Chargers with blue built in Bluetooth so that this way you can connect the phone to your car and then if you're okay having Alexa tag along with you wherever you go Amazon has released the eco auto sports speaker that also bridges the gap between your phone and car and some cars these days even have standard let's go out let's in addition to the usual twelve all plugs and if yours doesn't you can now pick up a power inverter they can charge multiple devices including your laptop we've got details other tech upgrades for your car over at commander dot com that you don't want to miss and as I mention our digital life texted his moments away and then later on this hour you may think that Google has deleted your data because you ask them to maybe not a cliff in Carson city Nevada either click I'm good welcome what's going on Sir thank you for taking my call I'm on the board of an all volunteer neighborhood non profit and now that we're about done on twenty percent into the twenty first century organization and she finally going to move into the late twentieth century and we've been communicating with our members and stakeholders using snail mail what I'm building an email okay nine thank you it's okay you are now just getting into email cliff where have you been well I've been around the organization hasn't been quite up to date so okay I'm I'm I'm helping move it into the twenty twentieth century good chance we're building and thank you we're building an email list but I'm wondering what if anything can your organization do the organization has a G. mail that email account and looking over his Asian do or what should we ask our members the people we get emails from to do to decrease the chances that the emails that we do some of them end up another spin on or junk folder okay a couple of things very good questions you know you want the email to come if you can from an actual lake Clift's Carson city organization dot org or whatever it is okay instead of how many well how many people do you have on this list we'll have probably about two hundred okay all right at that that's a pretty considerable list to manage I know it doesn't sound like a lot I mean we send out forty million newsletters a month which is like crazy but even at two hundred people subscribe unsubscribe they don't get it for three or four times and it's it's in their in box than ever open it you know that whole thing okay and so what you want to use number one is an email delivery service you don't want to put everybody in the CC field on your G. mail because then you're gonna get marked as a spammer okay or on a BC six so there are these services like I'm sure you've heard a constant contact then there's another one called male champ in MailChimp is actually free for under two thousand email address and so what's nice about them is that all this is done automatically are you familiar with what they do I'm not okay all right so here's here's what happened so you you're going to sign up for an account over a male champ okay or constant contact I think male chip might be good for you because you're a smaller organization the sign up for this okay then what they give you as they say okay give us your email address so just the ones to start out with okay so maybe it's like five or six or ten or twenty how many that you have and then the email then they give you a template and so you're going to fill out a template like today's news here's what's going on in the community future meetings whatever may be so it's almost like old desktop publishing days for you get a template you just fill in the blanks then at that point then you schedule your email to go out I can go out the next day two weeks from today whatever may be and then you can also set up all different kind of parameters like tell me who has an open the email tell me who has bounced back tell me who has clicked anything in the email which is also interesting to you is then you know what they are acting and reacting to so be comes up you get like all these different data points that now you never have before and then when somebody wants to sign up for the newsletter you'll put it a little widget on your website as well as there can be a specific address that they can send an email to and then they sign up for the newsletter you just can't sign people up they have to request because if you just sign people up then you're in violation of the can spam act not that the feds are ever going to come after because you know as well as I do it never has worked in the beginning but I still want you to be in compliance with okay so does does that make sense yeah we we don't actually have a newsletter well we do actually annual basis but were course looking at sending them an email emails are kind of issue oriented well you know what is it doesn't have to be a full blown it does have to be a full blown newsletter it can just be an email with your logo at I mean you don't have to be anything major I mean even if you just want to say we're going to be closed for the holidays here the you know the times and days that we all well being is that you can send that out the whole idea is that when you start having instant communication with people is that you'll find that with the better communication there may be better interaction the other thing that you get with male champ is that they are you're almost guaranteed that the email that you sent will be accessible on any device and any email service so you if you haven't formatted for jazz G. mail and then is go to somebody on a welcoming a garbage and then the same thing if they if they chose in their email so these mailing list companies have all these considerations that they've already done for you and it's no cost to you and now also because they are known to send out this email is that the you're probably have a higher percentage of that email going into the recipient's inbox then enter their junk mail folder because it's not coming from just G. mail anymore so what will it show as to whom it sent the email when it comes from male to it'll have your organization name middle saying from cliffs persons city fabulous now the twenty first century communication jet stream you know everyone say and but it's by far is the is the the easiest way is to get everybody all I've been going you said we need people to sign up for it as I said we're we're just kind of now getting in the late twentieth century and we don't even have a website set up can we can we solicit people to give us their email address on there absolutely absolutely and you know and and you know even you can have domain and I even have a web address but you should have even if it's just a place holder whatever the organization is with a just a simple contact form so and also to me it doesn't to be anything major for that either I mean you can use it however is talking about templates and now you can have websites that are developed over templates to and these are available through go Daddy wicks in square space and so it's not like it used to be where was this major hurled me just a pain in the neck for you to set up your whole email marketing and website because now things have gotten a heck of a lot easier once you once you think all this over if you have any questions afterwards click just give me a call back I'm right here for you thanks again for your call alright let's talk about all the data that you have on your computer right now imagine if just suddenly it went all into the intergalactic but **** so I'll just gonna vomit you're like what a point to arrive because when people normally like to send me an email go I lost my hard drive would would do Kim and I signed up with the data recovery service for I don't know six hundred dollars twelve hundred dollars some crazy number like that now if you rely on a computer for any reason you must take precautions to protect what's on it that's just the bottom line all your data your emails all those files you create they just need to be backed up and that's why I recommend I drive at that moment in time when your computer crashes and you need all the work on your computer I drive address they're working for you you know and backing up your data re obtaining and for my drive is the easiest when you have a fast internet connection I mean you know let's face it but a lot of our show listeners you know you don't have a fast internet connection what if you live and work in an area with a slow internet connection well that's when you rely on I drives express services is really innovative listen to this I drive is going to send you a hard drive you back up your data locally to the drive and then ship the hard drive back to them it's a free service when.

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"A couple of things we need to pass long before we go back to your great phone calls in our digital life passes first of which you heard me talk about that now your case your phone case can have artificial skin what's up with that behind it's called skin on he says he created simply because he wanted to pinch his phone anyway is comprised of artificial skin with a layer of stretchable copper wire beneath and then there's the electrical charge of that wiring that changes as you touch it and they've developed a couple of options a basic and an old for realistic and in the future they're also talking about adding other features like embedded hair and temperature changes that could produce sweat yeah because that now these are just prototypes in maybe they'll never actually show up anywhere else but in your worst nightmares because you're had that feeling that your skin was crawling it could just be your fault it over on the website we have a great tip that you don't want to miss six gadgets to modernize your old car we get the calls here from time to time showing I've got a car you know doesn't have Bluetooth what can I do to hook up my phone to it here's the deal anchor company that first made a name for themselves and portable battery Chargers now they have car Chargers with blue built in Bluetooth so that this way you can connect the phone to your car and then if you're okay having Alexa tag along with you wherever you go Amazon has released the eco auto sports speaker that also bridges the gap between your phone and car and some cars these days even have standard let's call outlets in addition to the usual twelve all plugs in if yours doesn't you can now pick up a power inverter they can charge multiple devices including your laptop we've got details other tech upgrades for your car over at commander dot com that you don't want to miss and as I mention our digital life texted was moments away and then later on this hour you may think that Google has deleted your data because you ask them to maybe not a cliff in Carson city Nevada either Clough thank you and welcome what's going on Sir thank you for taking my call I'm on the board of an all volunteer neighborhood non profit and now that we're about done on twenty percent into the twenty first century organization and finally going to move into the late twentieth century and we've been communicating with our members and stakeholders using snail mail what building an email okay thank you is okay you are now just getting into email cliff where have you been well I've been around the organization hasn't been quite up to date so okay I'm I'm I'm helping move it into the twenty twentieth century good chance we're building and thank you we're building an email list but I'm wondering what if anything can your organization do they look at the organization has a G. mail that email account looking organization do or what should we ask our remembers the people we get emails from to do to decrease the chances that the emails that we do seven of them end up another spin on or junk folder okay a couple of things very good questions you know you want the email to come if you can from an actual lake Clift's Carson city organization dot org or whatever it is okay instead of how many well how many people do you have on this list we'll have probably about two hundred okay all right at them that's a pretty considerable list to manage I know it doesn't sound like a lot I mean we send out forty million newsletters a month which is like crazy but even at two hundred people subscribe unsubscribe they don't get it for three or four times and it's it's in their in box and ever open it you know that whole thing okay and so what you want to use number one is an email delivery service you don't want to put everybody in the CC field on your G. mail because then you're gonna get marked as a spammer okay or on a BC stays so there are these services like I'm sure you've heard of constant contact then there's another one called male champ in MailChimp is actually free for under two thousand email address and so what's nice about them is that all this is done automatically are you familiar with what they do I'm not okay all right so here's here's what happened so you're going to sign up for an account over a male champ okay or constant contact I don't think male chip might be good for you because you're a smaller organization please sign up for this okay then what they give you as they say okay give us your email address so just the ones to start out with okay so maybe it's like five or six or ten or twenty how many that you have and then the email then they give you a template and so you're going to fill out a template like today's news here's what's going on in the community future meetings whatever may be so it's almost like old desktop publishing days for you get a template you just fill in the blanks then at that point then you schedule your email to go out I can go out the next day two weeks from today whatever may be and then you can also set up all different kind of parameters like tell me who has an open the email tell me who has bounced back tell me who has clicked anything in the email which is also interesting to you because then you know what they are acting and reacting to so be comes up you get like all these different data points that now you never have before and then when somebody wants to sign up for the newsletter you'll put a little widget on your website as well as there can be a specific address that they can send an email to and then they sign up for the newsletter you just can't sign people up they have to request it because if you just sign people up then you're in violation of the can spam act not that the feds are ever going to come after because you know as well as I do it never has worked in the beginning but I still want you to be in compliance with okay so does does that make sense yeah we we don't actually have a newsletter well we do actually annual basis but were course looking at sending them an email emails are kind of issue or in and to let you know what is it doesn't have to be a full blown it does have to be a full blown newsletter it can just be an email with your logo at the top I mean you don't have to be anything major I mean even if you just want to say we're going to be closed for the holidays here the you know the times and days that we all will be is that you can send that out the whole idea is that when you start having instant communication with people is that you'll find that with the better communication there may be better interaction the other thing that you get with male champ is that they are you're almost guaranteed that the email that you sent will be accessible on any device and any email service so you'd be if you haven't formatted for jazz G. mail and then is go to somebody on a welcoming a garbage and then the same thing if it if they chose in their email so these mailing list companies have all these considerations that they've already done for you and it's no cost to you and now also because they are known to send out this email is that the you're probably have a higher percentage of that email going into the recipient's inbox then into their junk mail folder because it's not coming from just G. mail anymore so what will it show as to whom it sent the email when it comes from male to it'll have your organization name middle saying from cliffs our cars and city fabulous now the twenty first century communication jet stream you know what everyone say and but it's by far is the is the the easiest way is to get everybody all I've been going you said we need people to sign up for it as I said we're we're just kind of now getting in the late twentieth century we don't even have a website set up can we can we solicit people to give us your email address Sir come on there absolutely absolutely and you know and and you know even you can have domain and I even have a web address but you should have even if it's just a place holder whatever the organization is with a just a simple contact form so and also to me it doesn't mean anything major for that either I mean you can use your powers is talking about templates and now you can have websites that are developed over templates to and these are available through go Daddy wicks and square space and so it's not like it used to be where was this major hurled me just a pain in the neck for you to set up your whole email marketing and website because now things have gotten a heck of a lot easier when she wants to think all this over if you have any questions afterwards click just give me a call back I'm right here for you thanks again for your call alright let's talk about all the data that you have on your computer right now imagine if just suddenly it went all into the intergalactic but **** solved god vomits you're like what we do all right because when people normally like to send me an email go I lost my hard drive where where do Kim can I sign up with the data recovery service for I don't know six hundred dollars twelve hundred dollars some crazy number like that now if you rely on a computer for any reason you must take precautions to protect what's on it that's just the bottom line all your data your emails all those files you create they just need to be backed up and that's why I recommend I drive at that moment in time when your computer crashes and you need all the work on your computer I drive I drive is there working for you you know and backing up your data or re obtaining it from my drive is the easiest when you have a fast internet connection I mean you know let's face it but a lot of our show listeners you know you don't have a fast internet connection what if you live and work in an area with a slow internet connection well that's when you rely on I drives express services is really innovative listen to this I drive is going to send you a hard drive you back up your data locally to the drive and then ship the hard drive back to them it's a free service when you work with them it's a perfect example of how I drive.

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

10:22 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You have to do is bring play eleven yeah thanks for asking a couple of things we need to pass long before we go back to your great phone calls in our digital life passes first of which you heard me talk about that now your case your phone case can have artificial skin what's up with that behind it's called skin on he says he created simply because he wanted to change his phone anyway is comprised of artificial skin with a layer of stretchable copper wire beneath and then there's the electrical charge of that wiring that changes as you touch it and they've developed a couple of options a basic and an old for realistic and in the future they're also talking about adding other features like embedded hair and temperature changes that could produce sweat yeah because that now these are just prototypes in maybe they'll never actually show up anywhere else but in your worst nightmares because you're had that feeling that your skin was crawling it could just be your phone it over on the website we have a great tip that you don't want to miss six gadgets to modernize your old car we get the calls here from time to time showing I've got a car you know doesn't have Bluetooth what can I do to hook up my phone to it here's the deal anchor company that first made a name for themselves and portable battery Chargers now they have car Chargers with blue built in Bluetooth so that this way you can connect the phone to your car and then if you're okay having Alexa tag along with you wherever you go Amazon has released the eco auto sports speaker that also bridges the gap between your phone and car and some cars these days even have standard logical outlets in addition to the usual twelve all plugs and if yours doesn't you can now pick up a power inverter they can charge multiple devices including your laptop we've got details other tech upgrades for your car over at commander dot com that you don't want to miss and as I mention our digital life texted was moments away and then later on this hour you may think that Google has deleted your data because you ask them to maybe not a cliff in Carson city Nevada either Clough welcome what's going on Sir thank you for taking my call I'm on the board of an all volunteer neighborhood nonprofit and now that we're about done on twenty percent into the twenty first century organization is finally going to move into the late twentieth century and we've been communicating with our members and stakeholders using snail mail what building an email okay nine thank you SO you are now just getting into email cliff where have you been well I've been around the organization hasn't been quite up to date so okay I'm I'm I'm helping move it into the twenty twentieth century good chance of we're building and thank you we're building an email list but I'm wondering what if anything can your organization do look at the organization has a G. mail that email account looking organization do or what should we ask our members the people we get emails from to do to decrease the chances that the emails that we do send them and up another spin on or junk folder okay a couple of things very good questions you know you want the email to come if you can from an actual lake Clift's Carson city organization dot org or whatever it is okay instead of how many well how many people do you have on this list we'll have probably about two hundred okay all right at them that's a pretty considerable list to manage I know it doesn't sound like a lot I mean we send out forty million newsletters a month which is like crazy but even at two hundred people subscribe unsubscribe they don't get it for three or four times and it's it's in their in box than ever open it you know that whole thing okay and so what you want to use number one is an email delivery service you don't want to put everybody in the CC field on your G. mail because then you're gonna get marked as a spammer okay or on a BC six so there are these services like I'm sure you've heard of constant contact then there's another one called MailChimp MailChimp is actually free for under two thousand email address and so what's nice about them is that all this is done automatically are you familiar with what they do okay all right so here's here's what happened so you're going to sign up for an account over a male champ okay or constant contact I think male chip might be good for you because you're a smaller organization please sign up for this okay then what they give you as they say okay give us your email address so just the ones to start out with okay so maybe it's like five or six or ten or twenty how many that you have and then the email then they give you a template and so you're going to fill out a template like today's news here's what's going on in the community future meetings whatever may be so it's almost like old desktop publishing days for you get a template you just fill in the blanks then at that point then you schedule your email to go out I can go out the next day two weeks from today whatever may be and then you can also set up all different kind of parameters like tell me who hasn't opened the email tell me who has bounced back tell me who has clicked anything in the email which is also interesting to you because then you know what they are acting and reacting to so that comes up you get like all these different data points that now you never have before and then when somebody wants to sign up for the newsletter you'll put a little widget on your website as well as there can be a specific address that they can send an email to and then they sign up for the newsletter you just can't sign people up they have to request it because if you just sign people up then you're in violation of the can spam act not that the feds are ever going to come after because you know as well as I do it never has worked in the beginning but I still want you to be in compliance with okay so does does that make sense yeah we we don't actually have a newsletter well we do actually annual basis but were course looking at sending them in the email emails are kind of issue oriented well you know what is it doesn't have to be a full blown it does have to be a full blown newsletter it can just be an email with your logo at the top I mean you don't have to be anything major I mean even if you just want to say we're going to be closed for the holidays here the you know the times and days that we all will be is that you can send that out the whole idea is that when you start having instant communication with people is that you'll find that with the better communication there may be better interaction the other thing that you get with male champ is that they are you're almost guaranteed that the email that you sent will be accessible on any device and any email service so you if you haven't formatted for jazz G. email and then is go to somebody on a wealth of garbage and then the same thing if they if they chose in their email so these mailing list companies have all these considerations that they've already done for you and it's no cost to you and now also because they are known to send out this email is that the you're probably have a higher percentage of that email going into the recipient's inbox then enter their junk mail folder because it's not coming from just G. mail anymore what will it show as to whom it sent the email when it comes from male to it'll have your organization name middle saying from cliffs our cars and city fabulous now the twenty first century communication jet stream you know what everyone say and but it's by far is the is the the easiest way is to get everybody all I've been going you said we need people to sign up for it as I said we're we're just kind of now getting in the late twentieth century and we don't even have a website set up can we can we solicit people to give us their email address and I'm on there absolutely absolutely and you know and and you know even you can have domain and I even have a web address but you should have even if it's just a place holder whatever the organization is with a just a simple contact form so and also to me it doesn't mean anything major for that either I mean you can use it however is talking about templates and now you can have websites that are developed over templates to and these are available through go Daddy wicks and square space and so it's not like it used to be where was this major hurdle I mean just a pain in the neck for you to set up your whole email marketing and website because now things have gotten a heck of a lot easier once you once you think all this over if you have any questions afterwards click just give me a call back I'm right here for you thanks again for your call alright let's talk about all the data that you have on your computer right now imagine if just suddenly it went all into the intergalactic but **** solved god vomits you're like what we do all right because when people normally like to send 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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The other just gonna force the up and set up a way to do something and that's been I think the whole point in all of this that you heard coach K. make was what kind of overdue for this and the way I will give them credit like when all the statements came out around some of these bills in the NC double a vast comic it was the pac twelve in my mind it really dropped the ball on the way to address it I thought the NC double a side yeah we've been looking into some of the stuff we recognized we want to be a twenty first century organization we don't want to be stuck in the twentieth century anymore and I do is I get all of this like what coach K. is saying right now he's convenient I don't know what he truly believes it doesn't really matter he knows what he truly believes it may be different what he knows is the reality of the situation so but if you could say the same thing for the answer of what we roll our eyes at them and we can say what you say versus what you know there's nobody ever to their point of this hunt and you said this before repeatedly the entire purpose of this bill as Nancy Skinner the the state representative California bases that we wanted to spur the NC double a and action right he actually could have done this at any time they wanted to so I'm not really hurts Kate could come out and said that I'm for paying players anytime you want to when you didn't you didn't row anymore I said and sometimes before brought that up but got a got a supporting imagine like this in a way that this concrete of much shafted set before we probably would have made bigger news about meeting everyone is responding because they see the way that this is all turning that includes the NC double what correct criticizing them for not having force for site is absolutely justified in all this but we know how this glacier works with all the big bodies of mass industry work they're not going to move until prompted store raking in money away that's why we're always shocked when there is a sports entity that is proactive correct and not react to the NCAA at all maybe the last in the NCAA was proactive about well and quite frankly the time here that's why people are so upset with the NBA right now because they've been the one week that's kind of been nimble with most Jennings yeah and they've been proactive with most things and now that all this stuff is going on with China and all the things that they're in over there they're saying well why aren't you responding as quickly and as swiftly as you normally do with all these things because you finally run into the money well yes but again there is a larger variable of play in the NBA said Jewish with China than anything that happened strictly within our all no listen I understand don't begrudge that but I'm telling you the way everyone perceives is they're saying the NBA has always been public perception wise in this country with the people that we're dealing with the group that has reacted were most other leagues or the group that has been proactive were most other leagues are reactive and so now yes it is a much larger issue I mean we're dealing with in our country politics and all this but that doesn't matter and perception wise to most of the people there consuming and that's why the reaction has been what it's been but it has to be part of the reality because the three biggest words and everything you just said work in this country and this is a completely different geopolitical thing at the NBA unfortunately has found themselves thanks to a two week yeah exactly you expect the headline reading public to buy that unfortunate that it is important but that is that is that is the reality reality show is also a reality that people don't dig deep enough to grind yeah dig deep but people with digging deeper we're getting twenty with Jason fits element let's get you caught up on some of what's going on in the world.

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Think: Business Futures

Think: Business Futures

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Think: Business Futures

"And thinking of collective aggregate effect what is citizens of the Great Barrier Reef trying to do the audience citizens really. was we saw an opportunity to. Take a bit of that Earth out stuff and actually design. We've twenty-first-century organization so instead of with Earth Hour we kind of trudge retrofitted estimate look like an opportunity if we get the right people to help it to apply a whole load different thinking behind how you build an organization using essentially right by a race as a massive power project so <hes> from the network to go to a network of people on the reef and after being overseas every asset on the recent memory tourism budget for research to every Olander as part of your on the ground conservation network to applying really really good tech but you know the the other piece of okay so what would it actually take to conserve and protect by race so does that pace but then there's the piece of the individual the citizen and business which is I guess what I think about is much more around to us. You know these are all things he thought to so so what we've been trying to do with citizens is how do you stop to to marry the idea of kind of the icon with the actions you can take on the ground and how we can help do everything we can to mitigate the challenges the faces with the actress you can take wherever you are on the planet. It strikes me as so place based. Obviously the reef is where it is geographically in the world though there reefs everywhere the Great Barrier Reef is the Great Barrier Reef it seems like maybe on the face of it such a place based campaign but you've managed to by broadening it to as a citizen who cares about the Great Barrier Reef you could live in Copenhagen Amsterdam and care about it and it kind of addresses Adrian talked about with ability efficacy the barrier to entry his low to get involved <HES> and you've thought about that yeah so we we have the biggest is called the Great Race Census and this is the this project working on again kind of imagine if every or many assets on the racist possibly others hacker way she kind of get a baseline survey was much of the racist possible in one short grabs over eight to twelve week periods as the weakest so big like forty percents of it's never been so very which is pretty stunning stat star where we work on that project violent also does a few elements and south <unk> simplistically three elements one is capturing the image of eight bit of Rafe than the analysis which is going to be much more driven around citizens signs but then kind of calibrates with scientists so that will mean anywhere in the world to help us analyze those images but again you can do that if you knew Benjamin apps that I'm more you do that if you're in an office in New York or wherever and then that analysis goes back can help those who are managing the race that amounts to and particularly find where the really healthy calls all and and of course once you start to get can get that to happen if you can get the mass engagement in that project you will stop to change his story that the regime he start to. I hope create a meeting interesting busy communication around the fact that it's twice he's still extraordinary Gary and that there's something with slotting four and we can start to look back to what you do in terms of your individual actions something that bacteria responsible will you know you kinda globalize it so that's the whole piece of engaging the world in.

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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on WJR 760

"By the way, Richard. We already have money that is dedicated by the the government to a couple of projects we're were talking to to drawn Smith the president's special assistant for legislative affairs her who was talking about. How Detroit is on their radar and. There is a I don't know if this Detroit or not I'm not sure it doesn't sound like it doesn't say where this is. But the carbide dock port rail rehabilitation and truck route reconstruction almost twenty one million dollars for this to rehabilitate, the carbide dock port and reconstructive portion of the connecting truck route on Easter day avenue from I seventy five Barbosa street. I don't know where that is. It sounds like here though. No. It also includes intersection improvements the project does and water and sewer replacement and that over on the west side of the state the relocation from Napier road of US thirty one to ninety four. This one's twenty million dollars. It will extend US thirty one about two point three miles to I ninety four construct interchange. Ramps and overpasses it will complete a thirty mile limited access freeway route on US thirty one from I eighty ninety toll road in the in Indiana to unedu foreign Burien county a little easier travel out there just thought it pass it along. That's where the money's going to be coming. So we're going to see forty million dollars in a hurry from the feds to do some work. We'll take it. Yeah. We'll take it. It's our money coming back. Yeah. It's our money. It's not theirs. They didn't earn it. Thank you. Richard will talk to you a little later on. Let's go to the phones here. Eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven we're going to start an an Arbor with Tom. Good morning. You're on the air, sir. Hi, I'd like to see Newt Gingrich be the cheapest staff. Really? Yeah. I think he would do a good job. He knows, you know, the legislative branch and stuff, and I think you support Trump. I think he would do a good job, you know, how to handle them. And I think the reason Trump's having so much trouble with help. He's never been a politician. He's never been in Washington. He doesn't know these people. He's been probably told. Hey, try this person. And try that person by the establishment people are there when they get in there. He's finding out the I'll give you a football analogy. It's like. The left guard left tackle pointing to the right? And you're handed the ball going to the left, and that's what's going on Trump doesn't know these people. And I think a lot of people are giving him advice. He's taking it. They don't pan out. He's seeing that they're not on his side. And I'll vote for him. Again, our family will I think he's the first president in my lifetime. That's four America. He's looking out for our country. I and that's a first time that's happened in my lifetime for a president including Reagan to all right, Tom. Appreciate the thoughts. Thank you for sharing. We appreciate it. Always. Let's stay on the phones. Eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven in Detroit. Ray your next here on the Frank Beckmann show. Hello. Hi. Yeah. I went to add my comments to your last caller. I think that President Trump is not part of the bureaucratic state in in. The course he has to select people that have been part of the bureaucratic state either in the military or politics or in the government, and in I can imagine that this tremendous amount of pressure. Brought to these people by members of the democratic state which also includes the press two to lake Trump look bad. And if that's what the media seems they whether us everything to make Trump look bad. One of the things that we have to the public needs to understand about Trump is that he was a builder in New York City, and there's a tremendous amount of conflict to get these projects done. So Trump is found a way to you was conflict constructively in order to bring all to allow the conflict to come out is to allow the cow everybody into part of the conflict to come to some sort of compromise. You know, like he he like Trump's book said the art of the deal. So rare. If I can interrupt real quick. Are you telling me the president is giving us the the Mohammed Ali rope-a-dope scheme here? No, I'm just saying that in the twenty first century organization in order for these for twenty four organization to avoid groups think they must allow conflict differences of opinions that differences in diverse opinions to come out and be expressed be aired at the table. You need that in order to get the best solution. So I think Trump just allows conflict when I say conflict is constructive. Cows. Look, I think majority view Catholic is negative. But Trump in businesses they understand the conflict is very vital in order to reach compromise in order to get things done in. So and so the question media would say Nick this conflict look negative because the average viewer outsider. Thanks to see you know, this tomorrow then. Everything seems to be in the you know. So you don't you don't think it's really affecting what's going on in the country though overall. No, no. I think I think that is what Trump is good at he he he is a he is a die Fujin thinker. And he is a convergence thinker. He's very very intelligent, and he LA lousy looks at things with straight line. But he also looks at saints looks at the situation to alternate perspectives. And and so that's why he's so successful with that. But see this is what the the bureaucratic class. They don't understand. They don't get you know, because Trump is not a politician. He's not part of the bureaucratic state. No. He's outsider. Yeah. And they don't they don't want that on either side of the aisle. That's for sure I gotta run. I appreciate the call. Thank you so much..

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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Stanford Social Innovation Review

Stanford Social Innovation Review

11:35 min | 2 years ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Stanford Social Innovation Review

"No longer have successful television shows because organizations like color of change like media matters for years, pressured, corporate advertisers, to remove support from these otherwise popular shows, and this was we leverage technology. We leverage both traditional new media in order to focus our members energies millions and millions of members took action asking specific- advertisers to no longer support, folks. Like Glenn Beck or Bill O'Reilly or Pat began Pat Buchanan, folks, we felt like we're constant propagators of negative stereotypical harmful representations of black people one of the things that we've been working on for a while. Is a response to the broader conversation around ending mass incarceration and ending discriminatory. Policing. I got to color of change and two thousand twelve and two weeks later Trayvon Martin was killed and for sixty days. His confessed killer went on arrested because of laws like stand your ground. And since then we have been hit similar to Hurricane Katrina with the flood of new moments that ask us to question, our basic safety in this country that ask us to question whether or not we are viewed as humans in this country, and that forced us to look for ways to incentivize a shift in the level of hostility that we receive on a daily basis whether it's going into. A malt shop into a Starbucks walking down your street. We are filling a level of hostility and fear that I think, and I think the world now sees the level of fear, and how silly that many black folks walk? Each day with and so after Ferguson happened after what we saw happen in Baltimore. Several police officers were charge. But no one was convicted we realized that one of the powers of the interventions that we needed to make within the power that prosecutors have and asking prosecutors to actually be accountable to black people, and for many people that look like holding police officers accountable, but for us it looks like so much more. It looks like a system or prosecutors in office who are transparent about the decisions that they're making it looks like prosecutors who are declining and refusing to prosecute for certain low level crimes like marijuana. It looks like prosecutors who were fighting back against the bail reform system. And so there are a number events happen. And this was like a year after Michael Brown was killed. Sandra bland, a black woman was pulled over and dragged out of her car in Waller county, Texas, and several days later, she was found hanging in her jail cell by what police were calling an apparent suicide. Although her family didn't believe it. Dash Cam footage revealed later that she was pulled over for failing to properly put on her turn signal on a non busy freeway and then dragged out over car because she talked back. And was placed in this jail over the weekend. And so at the time we were talking with the family, you know, folks were outraged. There was this conversation going on about this hashtag say her name asking whether our movement or society was willing to recognize or show up for black women who were the victims of violence. And her family was distraught. And didn't understand what happened? And so we decided in that moment to send an Email to our Lisk fundraising to hire a private investigator to go down to Waller county. We raise one hundred thousand dollars we sent a private investigator down. And we thought that they were going to find a person to talk to find a person that would tell us that Sandra didn't kill herself to find any defined any sort of evidence about what it actually happened to her. We ran petitions successful petitions asking the sheriff's department to release footage to release phone calls. We were looking for evidence. And although that private investigator went down there and attempted to find who killed Sandra plan what he found was actually equally as disturbing. He found a local Justice system that was entirely corrupt. He found a judge the local prosecutor the security guard and the local jails all were profiting off of this system of Bill taking kickbacks, and what came to be what we eventually learned about. Sandra is that she died in that jail cell because she could not afford five hundred dollars for them. She was had a job interview Monday. But she was really excited about that. She was worried about missing, but because she couldn't afford five hundred dollars. While she was stuck there. And she died there. And it begs the question, how many other Waller counties were there? How many other Sandra Bland's were there? How many other people are locked and tracking the system without even going through a trial because they can't even afford ten percent of their Bill. And so we've been organizing around this. We know that there's a heavy intersection between bail reform as well as the discretion that prosecutors have in the country, and so through these moments, whether it Sandra bland or moments around Khalif Browder or moments around police violence that we're demanding that prosecutors respond to we are building a coalition of folks who were trying to take down and tackle this industry. Reports have been released we worked with John legend put out a video and for year worked for the New York Times to put this on the front page of the New York Times, and they eventually called it predatory bell, and this is all towards pivoting. Towards an end towards mass incarceration. One other quick example from our current moment, we're responding. We're building we're pivoting rescaling and twenty sixteen. There were two things occurring in the world one. Donald Trump was elected. To color of change. We had been watching very closely this sort of rise and white nationalism folks were calling it. All right, but we were working with academics across the country who are like, you know, geeking out and chat rooms, and like noticing that there's something like we are happening. There's something different. There's a different level of the undercurrent here. And so when Donald Trump was elected, we knew as a black organization that our role was to push back against the normalization of this sort of white nationalist white supremacists. Agenda. And as we thought about our power, we knew that Donald Trump really didn't care what color of change dot if we like created an Email petition targeting him. He would like maybe tweet about it. But it make fun of us. But then he wasn't really interested in our members their stories their concerns, we're the opposite of his base. And so we had to rethink about what our power was in that situation. And so our focus has been on pushing back on enablers of not only this like dangerous rhetoric and racist policy that we're hearing from the Trump agenda, but this like normalization of this racist dog whistling agenda. And so just after the Muslim ban was announced we began to target corporations like Uber and Pepsi demanded that they stepped down from Trump's business council all of them. Did he have to shut it down? We begin targeting Silicon Valley companies like event bright demanding that they no longer support and Facebook demented. They no longer support the platforms of known white supremacists. As researched by the southern poverty Law Center. A man we began reaching out to payment service providers American Express, pay pal. Discover because we noticed that there were hundreds of these white supremacist sites up all over the country, and they were collecting donations using a logo from these major service providers, again understanding our power, no one we can't go to Trump knowing we can't go to the white supremacist. We went to the folks that we expect more from the folks that actually let try to sell products blind people. The folks that are supposed to care about black people, and we said to them this is not about left and right. This is about right and wrong. We asked those payment providers to like divest from these pages. And we are working with pay pal was the first to respond, and we were taking down pay pals logo from hundreds and hundreds of white supremacists sites. And then, but no one else responded, everyone else was like this isn't a big deal, Nazis, or so like, you know. One thousand nine hundred seventy four or whatever like, this isn't real, and then Charlottesville happens, and we have these Tiki torches torches, and the protester was killed and all of a sudden all the things that we had been worried about all the things that we had been talking to these corporations about concerns that we had were like real were made manifest many of those corporations actually were providing services to the organizers of that March and so on the day of Charlottesville after how there was murdered. We went back out to these corporations and American Express and Apple Pay and soundcloud and Facebook Facebook and event bright all of these all of these corporations decided to make a change. They were no longer going to support they're going to change their policies. They were to take their lives down. They were going to remove pages. And this is all because we were able to leverage. Technology in a way, where our targets could really understand that this was not just virtual protests. But that this was a group of people that were meaningful and that had a strategic asset that we wanted them to take. And so we've been able to win campaigns like this for the last twelve years pushing corporations pushing institutions to actually think about black folks. And it's because of the internet it is because of social media that we were able to build this new twenty-first-century organization. Excellent. Look, let's take that very last point. All

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"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"twenty first century organization" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"And that's the situation we've been in the special operations community now for seventeen years and so you learn how to lead in chaotic situations and we have philosophy of leadership at all levels it's we have essentially even though you have rank in the military we have more what you might refer to as a flat management structure where we're very good at disseminating true leadership responsibilities down the chain of command so we can operate in more of a decentralized command model so we can decentralize making and communication because one of industry interesting correlation draw in the book and a lot of my writings for forbes in ink and a lot of the presentations i do is if you think about it we as a military in its entirety enter these conflicts after nine eleven asli as a very traditional organizational structure top down very command control very silo both vertically and horizontally we're a slow moving twentieth century organization and we quickly realized that we were not fighting the same organizational structure where of course fighting very decentralized enemy a very agile enemy and we realized that to move with speed these wars required him to sustain that fight against a decentralized enemy to would really have to start restructuring our our cells as an organization new process new systems new communication strategies and even transforming our minds and culture to really embrace a more agile approach to a military operations and military structure which of course is kind of the antecedents of what you would think of think military so essentially transform ourselves into a modern twenty first century organization just like today's leaders and business organizations and organizations all of the world are having to do just to sustain in more modern disruptive global business landscape so it really started there but one of the things and a lot of people get out there and we'll speak about military leadership and try to dawson moves correlations is how that can apply in the civilian world.

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