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Best John Fea podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best John Fea podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The RecruitingDaily podcast series focuses on real conversations with thought leaders and expert practitioners in human resources and talent acquisition. Exploring all things recruitment like employer branding, recruitment marketing or the latest technology innovations, this podcast shares helpful tips born out of the often humorous experiences of industry pros.
 
The Digital Supply Chain podcast is a show hosted by SAP Innovation Evangelist Tom Raftery, discussing thought leadership, best practices, and the latest innovations in delivering a sustainable supply chain.The show publishes 2 episodes a week, and features interviews with luminaries in the world of supply chain and Industry 4.0.All aspects of supply chains, and how to optimise them are discussed - everything from the design, planning, manufacturing, production, delivery, all the way through ...
 
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This is a short episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast just to let you know that I will be taking a break for most of August, but I have left a few episodes to auto-publish in my absence (including this one!). I already have some great episodes lined up for September, so don't touch that dial (unsubscribe button!), enjoy the next couple of epi…
 
In this episode we talk with Daniel Feller, the editor of The Papers of Andrew Jackson at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. We discuss his work as a documentary editor, the uses of Andrew Jackson in the age of Trump, and a controversial paper he recently delivered at the annual meeting of the Society for the Historians of the Early American Re…
 
I realised recently that I haven't had any episodes of this podcast (58 so far including this one!) dedicated to talking about security - my bad! So then when I recently came across Michael Stolarczyk, SVP at Cakeboxx Technologies, and author of the book Logical Logistics – A Common Sense Primer for your Supply Chain I asked if he'd be interested i…
 
I was chatting with Richard Howells (@HowellsRichard on Twitter) recently on the topic of how the current coronavirus pandemic is affecting consumer behaviour, and how this is having huge knock-on implications for supply chains. Richard, who leads thought leadership for supply chain at SAP, said that this would make for a great topic for the podcas…
 
I messed up! I had a scheduling snafu which meant I don't have a guest for today's show, so you are stuck with me (!). Now, I know next to nothing about supply chains, so instead I recorded this episode about how I discovered a great supply chain community over on Reddit. It being Reddit, the demographic over there tends to skew younger, but it is …
 
In this the 55th episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, and I spoke with Dr Heather Krieger the Principal Data Scientist at Savi Technology. The last episode of the podcast where I chatted with David Vallejo about analytics proved to be very popular, so I thought a follow-up episode on the topic of prescriptive analytics would be of interest.…
 
I was chatting with David Vallejo (@sapvallejo on Twitter) recently planning our podcast on The Future of Business Planning in Supply Chain which we published earlier this week when I happened to mention that Reddit user Omkarpalkar had asked me to do a podcast around analytics. David said he'd be happy to talk about analytics seeing as analytics a…
 
I was chatting with David Vallejo (@sapvallejo on Twitter) recently when the topic of where is Business Planning going came up. David outlined a vision for the future of Business Planning that I hadn't heard before, so I asked him to come on the podcast to share it. He agreed, and we had a fascinating look at Business Planning, where it is today, w…
 
Have you ever wanted to write a children's, middle-grade, or young adult history book? How do you get started? What is the process like? Do I need an agent? In this episode, we talk about writing history for young readers with former Smithsonian educator and author Tim Grove. Tim is the author, most recently, of Star Spangled: The Story of a Flag, …
 
I came across two excellent articles on Industry 4.0 recently in the Future Factory blog (a great blog if you haven't come across it). The first was What is the future for Industry 4.0 in the post Covid-19 paradigm? and the second was The key to manufacturing recovery and Industry 4.0 adoption: The advice of Henry Ford. It turned out both were writ…
 
I have interactions from people associated with startup companies on a reasonably regular basis, and often get asked the same question, "As a startup, how can I engage with SAP?" As the founder or co-founder of a number of startups myself, I can well sympathise with this sentiment - breaking in to large enterprises can be daunting, and the organisa…
 
Today is a very special edition of the podcast. This is the 50th episode of the podcast, and I'm publishing it on Friday July 3rd (not Friday July 2nd as I inadvertently said in the podcast!), and so to celebrate, I invited back onto the podcast Marcell Vollmer (Twitter, Instagram). Marcell was my guest on the very first episode of this podcast, an…
 
I was asked recently to feature Inventory Managment in an episode of the podcast, so I reached out to Deborah Dull (website, Twitter, Instagram) because a) she and her co-host Sheri Hinesh are excellent podcasters in their own right, and b) because she told me in a previous episode of this podcast that she loves talking about Inventory Management (…
 
I published a post about this podcast on Reddit's Supply Chain subreddit recently and a commenter on my post asked me to do an episode on End-toEnd visibility in Supply Chains. I hadn't done an episode on end to end visibility, so I thought, "Why not?" I asked around for someone who could speak knowledgeably about this topic and Vishnu Arcot came h…
 
It is June 2020, Pride Month, and with the growing attention that the Black Lives Matter movement is receiving, I thought it would be timely to have an episode of this podcast dedicated to the importance of Diversity and inclusion in supply chain. With that in mind I invited my colleague Miguel Castro to come on the show to discuss the importance o…
 
If our mailbox in the wake of the death of George Floyd is any indication, many listeners of this podcast and readers of The Way of Improvement Leads Home blog are making honest efforts to understand the meaning of phrases like “systemic racism” and “white privilege.” Can racism in America be solved by a simple change of individual character? Or do…
 
This is the 46th episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, and I spoke with Rushil Goel. Rushil is Vice President and General Manager Fleet Management at Samsara. Samsara are an Industrial IoT company with over 15,000 customers around the world. Much of their work in data capture is in the areas of vehicle/driver data, and also in industrial pro…
 
On this the 45th episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Philip Melchiors. Philip is Head of Global Planning at Velux. Velux is a family owned company with 14,000 employees, net revenue just under €3bn, headquartered in Denmark but with operations all over the world. I was curious to know how people being required to stay home imp…
 
On this the 44th episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Ed Chao. Ed is the CEO of Polte - Polte are a company that offers IoT location services with their Cloud Location over Cellular (C-LoC) technology. With the increasing importance of location technologies, Polte's unique take on it, and their recent Polte Proximity announceme…
 
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Chris Wolfe. Chris is the CEO of PowerFleet - a global mobile asset solution provider. PowerFleet helps some of the world's largest organisation manage their fleets of trucks, forklifts, containers, and cars ensuring their safety, and efficiency Chris has a rich history in this space…
 
Did you watch "The Last Dance," the ESPN documentary on Michael Jordan and the 1990s Chicago Bulls? In this episode of the podcast, Baylor University sports historian Paul Putz helps us make sense of it. Join us for a conversation about Jordan's place in NBA history, the role of the black athlete in American culture, and some thoughts on how the st…
 
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Richard Kirker. Richard is the Global Solution Lead for Extended Warehouse Management at SAP. Warehouse management is an area I know very little about (as will become quickly obvious as you listen to the podcast), and SAP is announcing an offer related to pop-up warehouses, something…
 
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Christian Piller. Christian is Vice President of Value Engineering at project44 (appropriately known as @freightpipes on Twitter). project44 is a US based company operating globally who bill themselves as "the world's leading Advanced Visibility Platform for shippers and third-party …
 
The members of Donald Trump's controversial cabinet are regular features of the 24-hour news cycle. He has fired members of his cabinet who challenge his thinking on a host of foreign and domestic issues. Just ask Rex Tillerson, James Mattis, and Jeff Sessions. But how did our first president, George Washington, imagine the role of the cabinet? In …
 
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Simon Lonsdale, co-founder and head of sales and strategy for Amply Power (@AmplyPower on Twitter). Amply is a US based company in the commercial fleet space, specialising in managing the fuelling of electric vehicles (be they cars, vans, trucks, buses, or any other type of commercia…
 
On this, the fourth edition of the Women in Supply Chain themed series of the Digital Supply Chain podcast, I spoke with Isabelle Leclerc. Isabelle has worked in Supply Chain for over 20 years in a number of senior roles, and currently she is Vice President Supply Chain at Cascades. Cascades is a $5bn packaging and paper products company based near…
 
We are back! COVID-19 forced us to make some changes to our production, but the podcast is ready to forge ahead into the Summer. Since many Americans are still stuck at home playing games with their families to bide the time, we thought it would be fun to devote an entire episode to your favorite childhood toys and playthings. Public historian Susa…
 
On this, the 9th episode of the Digital Supply Chain series themed on Industry 4.0, I wanted to have a chat with someone who had successfully implemented an Industry 4.0 project. I reached out to Patrick-Benjamin Bök the VP of Global Digitalization for industrial connectivity manufacturer Weidmüller (Weidmüller on LinkedIn) because I was aware they…
 
On this, the 8th episode of the Digital Supply Chain series themed on Industry 4.0, I wanted to have a chat with Nils Herzberg. Nils is the Global Head of Strategic Partnerships and Industry 4.0 for Digital Supply Chain at SAP. Why did I want to talk with Nils? Well, several of the previous Industry 4.0 episodes have alluded to the importance of pa…
 
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast I talked to to Mike Censurato. Mike is one of the Solution Managers for SAP's Environment Health and Safety (EHS) solutions, based out of the US. Why did I want to talk with Mike? Well now that we are in the middle of the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic, I wanted to know how EHS systems could help o…
 
I published a podcast at the start of April with SAP SVP Martin Barkman where he announced that SAP were making some of the Digital Supply Chain Software solutions available to customers for free for 90 days initially to help them respond to the Coronavirus pandemic. On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast I wanted to find out how that …
 
On this episode of the Digital Supply Chain podcast I wanted to talk once more to Mike Lackey. Mike is the Global Head of Solution Management for Digital Manufacturing at SAP. If Mike's name sounds familiar, it may be because he came on the show last October so we could have a chat about manufacturing, and how digital technologies are transforming …
 
Supply chains have been shocked with a perfect storm of trade wars, an oil price crash, and the coronavirus crisis - the last hit Asia first, then Europe, then the US and the other countries. To get a sense of how Asian supply chains were affected, and how they coped with these crises, I reached out to my colleague Ash Pujari - Ash is General Manag…
 
Supply chains have been shocked with a perfect storm of trade wars, an oil price crash, and the coronavirus - how should they respond? In the midst of this crisis, I reached out to old friend Lorcan Sheehan (@LorcanS on Twitter) to talk about the impact the coronavirus is having on supply chains, and how companies can and should respond. Lorcan is …
 
Part 2 of my conversation with Catherine Yronwode. This episode begins with her amazing story of manifesting her dreams which tell her she is to meet John Lennon. It’s a brilliant story. The images below will make sense once you have heard the episode…By Stuart Palm
 
For the second episode of the Women in Supply Chain series I decided to invite Cathy Roberson (aka @cmroberson06 on Twitter) back on the show (fittingly Cathy was my guest on the second episode of this Digital Supply Chain podcast way back in July of 2019). Cathy is Founder and President of global logistics research and consulting firm Logistics Tr…
 
On this, the 7th episode of the Digital Supply Chain series themed on Industry 4.0, I wanted to have a chat with Franz Hero. Franz heads up the development organisation for Digital Supply Chain at SAP. Why did I want to talk with Franz? Well, apart from the fact that he heads up the development, I know he has a keen interest in Industry 4.0, so I w…
 
Before the whole Coronavirus lockdown happened, I had a great chat with the Global Director Discrete Industries & Internet of Things for Itelligence, Wolfgang Moeller. We talked about the relationship between Industry 4.0 and supply chain - but then before I had a chance to publish the podcast we were overtaken by global events. Now, a few weeks la…
 
Update: 17 April 4pm CEST - I found an audio issue at around 22 minutes into this podcast, so I corrected it and uploaded the corrected audio. Apologies if this caused you any issues. Supply chains have never been hit with so many disruptions at once. A perfect storm of trade wars, an oil price crash, and then the coronavirus have seen global suppl…
 
what a great time I had recording this conversation with Catherine Yronwode. Learn more about her and her work at the Lucky Mojo Curio Company! Also be sure to check out the Lucky Mojo Hoodoo Rootwork Hour either live through the link at their site or on whatever podcast app you use.By Stuart Palm
 
On this fifth Digital Supply Chain podcast on the theme of Industry 4.0, I had a great chat with Claudius Link. Claudius is the Head of Digital Manufacturing at SAP, so obviously I was keen to have Claudius come on the show to have a chat about the impact Industry 4.0 is having on manufacturing. We had a great conversation covering manufacturing an…
 
It is April 2020 and we are currently in the middle of the Covid-19 Coronavirus pandemic, however we will develop a vaccine for this virus, and so this crisis will finally pass. Unfortunately there is no similar "easy cure" for climate change. With that in mind, a huge amount of an organisation's carbon footprint comes from its supply chain, so whe…
 
It is early April 2020 and the world is in the middle of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic. The contagion has hugely impacted supply chains, and in some cases supply chains have hugely impacted the contagion, stepping up to allow automobile manufacturers pivot to building ventilators, airplane manufacturers switch to 3D printing protective visors, …
 
It is April 2nd 2020 and the world is in the middle of a deadly pandemic which by the end of today will have infected over one million people, and killed over 50,000 with both number rising at exponential rates. Businesses and entire industries have been massively negatively impacted (tourism, restaurants, sports, etc.) while demand for things like…
 
As well as running the Digital Supply Chain podcast, and the Industry 4.0 themed series of podcasts, I decided to also spin up a new series - themed around the topic of Women in Supply Chain. This series will strive to highlight the stories of women leaders in Supply Chain to attempt to address the current imbalance in their representation on panel…
 
What happened when British soldiers and their families arrived in Boston in 1768? In Episode 66, we talk with Carleton College history professor Serena Zabin about her new book, The Boston Massacre: A Family History. Zabin's close reading of everyday life in revolutionary Boston will forever shape how we understand this important moment in our shar…
 
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