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Best Systems podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Systems podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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If you want to learn building automation then you are in the right place. My name is Phil Zito and I run the Building Automation Monthly Podcast. If you are a technician, operator, sales person, or engineer this podcast is for you. Each week I tap into my vast experience in Building Automation and teach you the things no one else teaches. You will learn about BAS, HVAC, IT, Energy Management, Sales, Operations, Project Management, Cyber Security and so much more. Over the past decade I've he ...
 
Each week we provide tech lessons, answer questions, and bring you interviews of the most successful engineers and thought leaders working in the IT space across technologies like datacenter, virtualization, cloud, networking, collaboration, and cyber security. Listen in as you will gain insights, strategies, tips and more to help you level up along your journey in becoming a Rockstar SE!
 
Catalog description A study of computers as multi-level systems. The machine level—binary representations, instruction sets, von Neumann machines. The assembly level—addressing modes, compiling to the assembly level, language translation principles. The operating system level—loaders, interrupts. Objective The primary objective of this course is for you to obtain a working knowledge of the lower levels of abstraction of a computer system. In your introductory programming classes, you learned ...
 
The study of relational database architecture, design, access, administration and implementation in the context of various organizational environments. The course includes issues of data normalization, standard queries, and the use of popular relational and object technologies for building business-oriented applications. Assigned projects will provide hands-on experience with industry leading SQL and RDBMS tools and ER CASE tools currently popular in business and government steeings.
 
This is the Systems Saved Me Podcast, where we help business owners navigate their way to success through systems. If you want an action-­packed podcast with step by step chatter from a variety of industries, this is the show for you! I’m Jordan Gill, Head Honcho at Systems Saved Me, a business operations agency for overwhelmed entrepreneurs. Listen in every Wednesday for a shiny new episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Quality techno presented by talented and discriminating selectors representing planet Earth. Techno Delivery Systems was founded by Jeremy Love in January 2013 as a collective of like-minded techno producers and djays that seek to bring their taste in music and their style in presenting it to listeners. With crew members in Oakland, NYC, Chicago, Detroit, Oklahoma, and the New England region, Techno Delivery Systems represents much of the United States. In April of 2015, Techno Delivery Syst ...
 
Pumps & Systems is the voice of the international pump and rotating equipment industry. As the leading media brand for pump users worldwide since 1993, it delivers relevant industry news and powerful technical information to a total average monthly audience of 187,173* managers, engineers, operators and other maintenance professionals. Pumps & Systems is the only North American trade publication that covers pumps and related equipment in every issue. We deliver timely information and pump in ...
 
Chris L. Davis from Automation Bridge reveals strategies how to deploy automated marketing, sales, and delivery systems to scale your business without working long hours to do so. Listen and learn proven principles, discovered by working in fast scaling marketing and technology startup environments, that will save you from making common mistakes and traps many entrepreneurs fall into. Since 2012, Chris has coached hundreds of small businesses and consulted with some of the most prominent tec ...
 
This podcast is for people who have the courage to learn and to do what it takes to design the life of their dreams. Many people think success is something that just happens to you if you’re lucky or work hard enough. We believe that behind every success is a system in action. Join Lonnie Gienger and his family as they share real life stories and learnings from our journey to create specific processes that produce success in business and in life.
 
Sean Burch started out with a lofty goal: to climb Mount Everest solo and without supplementary oxygen. To accomplish this, Sean developed a training regimen that incorporated cardio and strength elements, nutrition, and mental conditioning. That program took him to Everest's summit and helped launch his career as one of the world's premier athletes. He is now considered an "American Fitness Guru" (Men's Journal) and sought after for his unique techniques and his contagious enthusiasm.Hyperf ...
 
My name is Dr. Franziska Gaupp and I'm a researcher at the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria. In The Food Systems Podcast I talk to people from different areas of the global food system. I am interested in what brought them to where they are now, what does their work look like and what to they think about the future of food?
 
Join our Leadership experts for weekly advice on how to develop consistent, capable and confident Supervisors, Managers and Team Leaders who drive safety, productivity, quality and team member engagement. In this series we will highlight some of the key elements of the Front Line Leadership Training System. This comprehensive approach will ensure a lasting change in the leadership approach and culture of your business to support high performance.
 
This presentation will discuss the general foundations of family systems theory and review the literature that applies family systems theory to the treatment of sex offenders. We will then explore the various ways that family systems theory has influenced our sex offender treatment program at the University of Minnesotas Program of Human Sexuality, including the requirement that all spouses/partners attend a bi-monthly partner's group. We will highlight the lessons we have learned in our wor ...
 
Advancing Health Systems in Low and Middle Income Countries Podcast. This podcast series aims to help listeners appreciate why health finance and governance must be addressed when working to improve health outcomes, and will include episodes which delve into the dynamics of topics like domestic resource mobilization for health, expanding access to healthcare through insurance, and the importance of “good governance” in creating responsive, patient-centered health systems. The Health Finance ...
 
"Healthcare Tech and the World" brings you the perspectives of health care industry leaders from across the globe. The monthly series explores technology innovations in the industry and sheds light on the major issues facing health care providers -- cost, quality and safety. Guests will share their opinions on the future of health care in the US and in regard to technology adoption.
 
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This episode I’m speaking to Jasmine Star, founder of Social Curator, who’s talking about 3 Biggest Shifts to Growing a Membership from 0 to 9000+ And if you want to go deeper on the topic, check out a free inside sneak peek to Social Curator by clicking here - www.jasminestar.com/resources Want to start selling VIP Days? Check out our Virtual VIP …
 
Andy McCloy is one of the most authentic and real people I know. In high school, Andy found his passion for athleticism and fitness. He cultivated and followed this passion and, at 18 years old, started his own business, and later found his calling in mentoring young athletes. As the owner of BCI Sports Performance & Fitness, Andy and his company w…
 
Varun Vachar and Chris discuss the “design graph,” creating choice in governance models, building a foundation of tools when setting up new systems, and using computational design and machine learning with design systems. Varun was at Rangle when this episode was recorded but is now at Chromatic. Guest: Varun Vachar is a Developer Experience Engine…
 
In this episode, Mike Tuchscherer speaks with Bryce Lewis, from The Strength Athlete, about the potential drawbacks to a Bottom-Up Coaching Paradigm, and what we might be able to learn from using a more Top-Down model. This one is interesting...so we hope you take some notes and send us feedback on instagram @reactivetrainingsystems.…
 
How should you as a leader, deal with worker to worker accusations? What happens when one worker tells you something that another worker might be doing? This can be a touchy situation for many leaders because the informant likely wants you to take action and say something to another worker, however, you may not have actually observed the behavior t…
 
Happy July dear subscribers I hope everyone is safe and sound. Some of us have started our offices, some still work from home. Anyhow our podcast will bring you some new details, information and new insights from around the world about our field of work. I hope you enjoy it. We start our episode [...] Continue reading ITS Podcast Episode 59: Philos…
 
This episode I’m speaking to Diane Mayor, founder of Diane Mayor, who’s talking about how to build a contingency plan as a normal part of business And if you want to go deeper on the topic, check out her free one page every day crisis plan by clicking here - https://www.dianemayor.com/ssm Want to start selling VIP Days? Check out our Virtual VIP Da…
 
Foundation training session. How to change your brain by Dr Andrew Huberman. Dopamine, “Behavior first. Thoughts, feelings and perceptions follow.” Flow mechanistically is backwards. It spells wolf. moving forward response actually triggers activation of a connection in the brain to the dopamine circuitry of the brain and makes it more likely that …
 
This episode I’m speaking to Brandy Mabra, founder of Savvy Clover, who’s talking about 6 pillars of business excellence. And if you want to go deeper on the topic, check out her free business health checklist + free 2-day workshop by clicking here - https://savvyclover.com/links Want to start selling VIP Days? Check out our Virtual VIP Day Bootcam…
 
Sean Muldoon is currently in his 3rd season as the Seattle Sounders’ Head Strength & Conditioning Coach. Before joining the Sounders staff in 2016, Sean—a “non-soccer guy”—coached at the collegiate level, serving as an Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach for UNC Charlotte and as the Interim Assistant Strength & Conditioning Coach for the Univer…
 
This episode I’m speaking to Elise Darma who’s talking about how to sell on Instagram without thousands of followers or the infamous swipe up. And if you want to go deeper on the topic, check out her FREE Instagram prompts by clicking here - https://elisedarma.co/prompts Want to start selling VIP Days? Check out our Virtual VIP Day Bootcamp, a 60 m…
 
You’ll hear from Chris on how to accumulate data, store it and most importantly how to visualize it for the biggest return possible. This will answer all of your questions about how to get started capturing data, what to avoid in the process and what prevents most people from maximizing the (often underestimated) benefits of data collection.…
 
How do you correct some of the unacceptable behavior and performance in your team? One of the top topics people look to us to deliver to their front line teams is how to deal with unacceptable behaviors that workers can sometimes give their supervisor. Keep this advice in your tool kit, because you will use it over and over again. If you take a pun…
 
The humble headset, not the first component you’ll think about on your bike. Tyres, wheels, gears and brake systems, even pedals tend to get more attention. However, being a bearing system your headset needs servicing and, as ever, there is more than one type and many ways to go wrong. Take a look at CSA graduate, Steve Fabes kit review after 87,00…
 
This episode I’m speaking to Julia Bocchese, founder of Julia Renee Consulting who’s talking about how to set up your small business with SEO. And if you want to go deeper on the topic, check out her freebie, SEO Cheat Sheet, by clicking here - https://juliareneeconsulting.com/freebie Want to start selling VIP Days? Check out our Virtual VIP Day Bo…
 
This episode I’m speaking to Tony Rulli founder of Intentional Spark who’s talking about how to get started with Facebook ads even if you've never run ads before. And if you want to go deeper on the topic, check out his freebie, Facebook Ad Video Training, by clicking here - intentionalspark.com/ssm. Want to start selling VIP Days? Check out our Vi…
 
David Sutton has been delivering Strength & Conditioning and Sport Science support for over 21 years. He has a unique track record of working in 16 different sports at the elite level and maximizing the physical preparation of athletes worldwide. In the UK, David—a known positive disruptor—worked with the Northants County Cricket Club and helped th…
 
How do you motivate Millennials and Generation Z workers on your work team? One of the most requested topics from supervisors, managers, and team leaders is how to motivate the younger people in their work group. A lot of managers and supervisors tell me that it’s really tough to get people to do especially difficult tasks and to stop playing with …
 
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