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A weekly wrap of the “must-know” developments in Marketing, Media, Agency and Technology for leaders and emerging leaders in the industry. Veteran industry journalist and Mi3 Executive Editor Paul McIntyre talks each week with guest marketers who are in the know on what matters at the nexus of marketing, agencies, media and technology. Powered mostly by Human Intelligence (HI).
 
Welcome to a New Dawn of Engineering Challenges. If you are concerned or interested about the current and future life as an engineer, then this Podcast is for you. We look closely at what it means in today's society to be an engineer, and we discuss some challenges our guests are facing or working on. Every Friday, Mel & Dom share a discussion they've had with an engineer. They will talk about their career and provide thoughts and advice for future engineers. Engineers Australia is proud to ...
 
Do you want MORE out of your CAREER? Find out how career coaching will help you to find your dream job, gain inspiration and great ideas to create the career of your dreams or start your own business. YOUR CAREER Podcast has been awarded Top 20 Career Podcast by Feedspot, and voted top 50 Career Podcasts globally in 2017, 2018 and 2019 by Mac's List! Find comprehensive careers guidance, new ideas on how to get a job, learn how to start a business, build your self confidence, interview skills ...
 
Join me as I connect with engineers, architects, college students, corporate execs, my parents, politicians, scientists, Nana and people from all over; real stories from real people. Perspective is everything. I end every interview with the same question; Is Climate Change "fake news"? This podcast is funded by Earth First Alliance (EFA) and www.fliitree.com.
 
The Institute for Future Environments (IFE) is a transdisciplinary research and innovation institute at QUT that brings together researchers and students to collaborate on large-scale projects relating to our natural, built and digital environments. The IFE generates knowledge, technology and practices that make our world more sustainable, secure and resilient. Transcripts of IFE podcasts are available upon request.
 
The WP Bosses Show exists to build and strengthen the WordPress community within Australia. We'll bring you interviews with Aussie WordPress Designers, Developers, Builders, Users, Hackers, Preachers and probably more. We'll let you know of all the WordPress Meetups happening around the country, and share some home-grown plugins and services for you to check out.
 
Have you heard of a renovator broker? Ever wanted to know about rug manufacture and design? Need help finding a designer? Monique Sartor - owner of Sydney based interior design business, @sartorialinteriors - loves the interior design industry here in Australia and loves finding out the stories behind the brands and the products and the creative people that inspires our own styling at home. All About Interiors is a podcast of conversations with fascinating people from all aspects of the inte ...
 
A podcast highlighting web specialists careers in Northern Ireland. Learn about local tech initiatives, interesting career stories or new technologies emerging in the market. Interested in getting involved? Email us at gareth@corvus.jobs or tweet us @WebTalksNI
 
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Garden of Sound is an interview based music programme with each week’s guest asked about composition, production, performance and their musical influences. The interview subjects are drawn from in and around Christchurch, New Zealand and include emerging and established musicians; producers, mixers and engineers; music teachers, conductors and band leaders; music publicists and high profile artists with roots in Canterbury. The programme is presented and produced by Ian Turner, a Christchurc ...
 
In the world of celebrity mummy bloggers, the voice of the Dad often goes unheard. Dads know stuff too, right? Or do they? Dads Don't Know takes you deep into the minds of fathers, to get their insights and real perspectives on all facets of parenting. With discussions ranging from child birth, to raising toddlers, education and much more, it is more than likely you will be shocked, appalled and perhaps offended by the revelations. The team at Dads Don't Know also believe that producers of c ...
 
Aria Digital Bookings : bram@omega-artists.com Biography With a musical career spanning almost 2 decades and a Production discography that any A-list Electronic music producer would be proud of it’s no surprise that David Forbes is known as one of the UK’s most respected and versatile producers of our time. Armin Van Buuren. David is one of the most diverse and consistent producers out there. That's a rare find these days. Starting his career in the early Electronic music days David’s experi ...
 
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Stewart Garden joins us to discuss that design in infrastructure is a real issue in Australia. This has been a problem building over the last 20 years, and we are at “an intergenerational low in the quality of design information and design output”. And it’s an issue that will require changes is design standards, training, fee structures, politics, …
 
By Alex Clarke Bilge Pumps, Episode 21… and this is special…this is one of those times that the Bilge Pumps team just gets amazed! We just cannot believe how lucky we are to have this person come on our podcast. This is Stephen George, Commander, Royal Navy (ret.), an aero engineer the likes of which … Continue reading Bilge Pumps Episode 21: Engin…
 
“In times of crisis we need to be creative” Simone Eringfeld (Cambridge University) is part of a new generation of education researchers beginning to re-imagine what it might mean to work in higher education. We talk about Simone’s recent ‘Quaran-chats’ project documenting higher education lockdown experiences, Cambridge’s new ‘Post Pandemic Univer…
 
Penfolds Chief Winemaker Peter Gago and global marketing boss Kristy Keyte talk through their ambitious strategy to reinvent Penfolds into an Australian global luxury icon, like Gucci, Aston Martin or Louis Vuitton. Joined by WundermunThompson CEO, Lee Leggett, this conversation is fascinating, including how Penfolds sold-out of the $200,000 releas…
 
William Attoh is a talented Commercial, Employment, Insolvency & Tax Lawyer and is the principal of Legal Made Easy. So how does a senior pilot flying charter flights in Botswana make a career change to become the principal of a successful law firm in Sydney? Find out in this delighted conversation with William Attoh. William's law firm is Legal Ma…
 
What is the link between maths, first life on earth and creativity? Listen to find out how maths is all around us. Show theme music: Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Niamh Chapman (@nchapmanTAS) & Mibu Fisher (@miburose) Production: Meredith Castles (@meredithcastles) & Olly Dove (@littledove440) Media & Promotion: Olivia Holloway (@LivHolloway_) & Kate Johnso…
 
By Jared Samuelson It’s a big week! Fresh off being named to the Commandant’s Reading List, Sea Control welcomes Canadian writer and naval officer James Brun to the program to discuss the legendary duel between HMCS Assiniboine and U-210. Download Sea Control 208 – At Close Range with James Brun Links 1. “At Close Range … Continue reading Sea Contr…
 
Joyce Ferng believes we need “a change in the whole concept of how we design things and how we construct things”. Change is inevitable, but Joyce Ferng spoke to Mel & Dom about how the engineering industry is falling behind, it needs to be more progressive. She points out that engineers need to be more future-focused in not just solving problems of…
 
Gareth welcomes two of the organisers from the Northern Ireland Developer's Conference committee onto the podcast. May Cheung & Artemiy Kondratiev discuss how they got started at NIDC, a review of how the conference went, what they have learnt from 2020, some insights into the 2021 conference and this October's Hacktoberfest event. Twitter accounts…
 
In this Market Voice podcast, ViacomCBS chief content and sales officers Beverley McGarvey and Rod Prosser lay out the streaming, content and commercial plans for the Australian group - including the launch of the new Paramount+ service and when the biggest ad-supported digital TV service in the US, Pluto TV, will arrive Down Under. Prosser also su…
 
By Alex Clarke Bilge Pumps, Episode 20… just who knew… and this week the crew of Alex, Drach, and Jamie have gone very topical, we’ve gone with the new Manhattan Project, the savior of future naval operations…. the Network, yes the thing that has been coming for about 30 years. Finally it is getting the … Continue reading Bilge Pumps Episode 20: Ne…
 
Andrea Bernard, the head of marketing and sales at Simply Energy, ultimately part of the $60bn French energy giant, Energie, started using Behavioural Economics thinking 18 months ago - now it’s central to her strategy on everything. And Andrea isn’t alone. Behavioural Economics specialist and co-founder of Hard Hat, Dan Monheit, says there’s been …
 
Music and science meet in the life of Emily Sheppard, a classical musician and environmental scientist who composes music about nature and plays in caves, fields and forests. Emily, Kate and Niamh talk about the nexus of science and art and how emotion can be used for powerful communication. Show theme music: Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Niamh Chapman (@nc…
 
By Jared Samuelson Sea Control veteran (grognard?) Dr. Anne Brinton returns alongside Dr. Laura June Davis to discuss naval integration in the Vicksburg campaign, including managing Army-Navy relations in a non-joint environment, the competing Union offensives in the region, lessons for amphibious warfare today, and the incredible naval history of …
 
Tony Irwin started working in power plants at 15 and has loved every minute of it. He is now ‘retired’ - yet busier than ever! - Tony is passionately communicating to the wider community about generating energy from clean emission sources, of which nuclear must be part of the solution. Tony believes that the key to moving Australia from one of the …
 
By Alex Clarke So it’s that time again, time for the Bilgepumps to turn to their favorite source of What? Why? How? With that supra-regional nation state, China, its navy and especially its carrier program, with some exploration for why you may not need to worry about tomorrow, but definitely need to start pondering the … Continue reading Bilge Pum…
 
The Camborne School of Mines (fondly known as CSM) is one of the oldest mining schools in the world. Unfortunately the school may shut, with the University of Exeter cutting funding to the school. It’s a sad day for mining globally as we see the lifeline to one of the greatest (if not the greatest) mining schools cut. Here is Mike Moore, past presi…
 
Australian Joshua Lowcock is Chief Digital and Innovation Officer at UM in the US and UM’s global Brand Safety Officer. Based in New York, he’s spearheaded development of a Media Responsibility Audit of social media platforms alongside initiatives to try to make businesses see the billions they spend on advertising within the same frame as corporat…
 
Hear Dr. Carly Tozer from the CSIRO explain how models are used to predict the future of Australia’s climate to inform the nation's farmers and industries to better deal with climate variability and climate extremes. Show theme music: Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Niamh Chapman (@nchapmanTAS) & Kelsey Picard (@KelseyOnScience) Production: Meredith Castles (…
 
By Jared Samuelson Will Reynolds and Walker Mills join the podcast to discuss the Cod Wars, the mid-20th century showdown pitting the might of the Royal Navy against Icelandic fishermen. They recount the events of each confrontation and what lessons can be learned today about leverage. Download Sea Control 206 – The Cod Wars with … Continue reading…
 
Welcome of episode 200 of YOUR CAREER Podcast! What a milestone! When I started Your Career Podcast back in 2015 I never anticipated that in 2020 it would still be going strong! Thank you for being such loyal followers over the years, and today, this episode is dedicated to Mental Health as today is World Mental Health Day. Mental health is an esse…
 
Alexandra Radulovich doesn’t feel she has experienced any direct impacts of discrimination, in fact her career is progressing well. And, as her career has progressed, Alex has started experiencing Imposter Syndrome. “Being a female in engineering has never really bothered me”. But she can’t stop the voice in her head asking... “why are they listeni…
 
Elaine is Perth based and holds a Masters of Science in Work and Organisational Psychology, a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) in Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management. The mental health of our people has never been under so much strain as it is now this extends to our board and management teams. T…
 
By Ruxandra Bosilca This episode kicks off a special Sea Control podcast series focusing on women in maritime security. Dr. Jessica Larsen joins the program to discuss the importance of gender equality in the maritime sector, the main gender stereotypes that women face at sea, a number of initiatives addressing equality and inclusion in maritime … …
 
By Alex Clarke Today it’s just two naval history geeks, and so it is a two-parter as Alex and Drach wrestle with RapidRazorback’s question: what bits of history do we think have been forgotten that need to be remembered? We’ve made it to Episode 18 and this will be the first time a crewmate is … Continue reading Bilge Pumps 18: Alex and Drach Unsup…
 
This year, the Northern Ireland Developers Conference (NIDC) is doing things a little different; they are hosting their conference online. In collaboration with the conference, we have welcomed some of the speakers onto the podcast to discuss their talk and why they got involved. This episode features Richard Gibson and Garth Gilmour, a double act …
 
By Jared Samuelson Bryan Clark and Tim Walton join the program to discuss their recent study on behalf of the Hudson Institute and the Office of the Secretary of Defense: American Sea Power at a Crossroads: A Plan to Restore the US Navy’s Maritime Advantage and what it means for the Navy’s future, including 581 … Continue reading Sea Control 204 – …
 
This year, the Northern Ireland Developers Conference (NIDC) is doing things a little different; they are hosting their conference online. In collaboration with the conference, we have welcomed some of the speakers onto the podcast to discuss their talk and why they got involved. Phil Wilkinson from Flexera will be discussing 'Journey to engineerin…
 
This year, the Northern Ireland Developers Conference (NIDC) is doing things a little different; they are hosting their conference online. In collaboration with the conference, we have welcomed some of the speakers onto the podcast to discuss their talk and why they got involved. We start the NIDC speakers series off with Andrew Gough who is discus…
 
Even the discount-averse Apple uses Bernard Wilson’s company to move product. The one-time investment banker - who was part of a consortium which made a failed hostile bid for Qantas - lead Woolworths’ first attempt at a loyalty program, which also didn’t work. The second version did. After stints at Myer and Quantium, the new CEO of cash-back trai…
 
“Sociology of education has devoted itself to saving, reforming, improving, perfecting the school … I now believe that it is a doomed enterprise. The school is an irredeemable institution”. Prof. Stephen Ball (IOE London) is one of the world’s most eminent education researchers – a leading voice in the sociology of education, and a founding name in…
 
By Jared Samuelson On the anniversary of the Japanese surrender, New York Times journalist David Sanger shared the story of his father, Ken, who narrowly avoided shooting down the Japanese delegation. Ken was gracious enough to share the story with Sea Control, as well as to tell the story of “his war,” including fighter direction … Continue readin…
 
In this episode we interview Phoebe Nash a chemical engineer who works in the water and wastewater engineering field. With Phoebe we explore how water is treated before it reaches our taps, what happens when water enters the sewers and measures towards increasing sustainability in the industry. Phoebe Nash received the 2019 Engineers Australia Tasm…
 
Mel & Dom speak to Major General Marcus Thompson, the current Head of Information Warfare for the Australian Defence Force. He spoke about the many, many challenges facing all of society now and how engineers are perfectly placed to rise to the challenge and help tackle the issues. He also discusses how the solutions and the technology being utilis…
 
By Jared Samuelson We spanned 16 time zones to bring you Dr. Sebastian Bruns from Kiel’s Center for Maritime Security Studies and John Bradford from the Yokosuka Council on Asia-Pacific Affairs discussing lessons learned from CIMSEC’s recently concluded Regional Strategy Week, to include the importance of resources to development of national strate…
 
By Alex Clarke We’ve made it to Episode 17 and the Bilge Pumps crew have been joined this week by the exceptional Prof. Sal Mercogliano (@mercoglianos), who is joining us to discuss pod propulsion, incremental manning, and all sorts of other fun and interesting things which could be coming to a national navy near you … Continue reading Bilge Pumps …
 
Bigger budgets are pouring into content marketing this year but IAG’s Director of Content & Customer Engagement, Zara Curtis, says there’s “a lot of bad content” being produced by brands. IAG is producing less but better quality. Curtis says she’s a “content killer” as IAG works out the art of what not to produce. Meanwhile, Coles’ Senior Content M…
 
Niamh interviews Associate Professor Seana Gall about her $5 million grant to prevent stroke and save lives. Seana is using a collaborative approach working with researchers and healthcare workers across Australia and New Zealand to address the causes of stroke and improve surveillance. Show theme music: Kevin MacLeod Hosts: Niamh Chapman (@nchapma…
 
By Jared Samuelson To conclude Regional Strategy Topic Week, Abhijit Singh and Collin Koh join the program to discuss the maritime balance of power between India and China to include a brief history of India-China relations, the recent conflict over the Line of Actual Control, India’s geographic advantage at sea, and the difficulty of conflict … Co…
 
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