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Part Two: Navigating Change As A Leader In Today’s World: ConCensis

As leaders, it’s always important to listen to your employees. But, now might be the most crucial time to listen and understand the needs of employees who are going through tumultuous times. Empathy and appreciation are vital tools as leaders look to navigate the pandemic. On the second part of this ConCensis podcast episode, Host…

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Part One: Navigating Change As A Leader In Today’s World: ConCensis

As a society at large, we’ve gone through a massive cultural upheaval and have had many of our societal norms challenged by a time of crisis. Not only was this a strain on everyone’s day-to-day stability, but it also put a wrench in most office-setting business leadership. On this first part of a Censis Technologies…

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Part 2: Quality Control in Delivery Only Ghost Kitchens Utilizing AI and Computer Vision

On the second part of a two-part episode of To the Edge and Beyond by Intel with Voice of B2B Daniel Litwin is Maria Meow, APAC Hospitality Vertical Marketing Manager for Intel’s Internet of Things Group, and Ankur Jain, Founder, and CEO of UdyogYantra Technologies, a company focused on bringing Industry 4.0 and its…

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Creative Problem Solving in the Supply Chain Post-COVID

“It has merged into more of a headcount and workforce problem. So, how do we keep people coming and the lines rolling?,” he said. “It has been a challenge.” On our podcast, Ground Truth by Phantom Auto, our goal is to tell stories about the power of reimagined warehouse logistics, mobility and automation that speak…

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Why You Should Care What’s In Your Pet’s Food

The pandemic caused many setbacks for the supply chain. Not remised from this setback was pet food. Pet adoption rose in 2020, with animal shelters seeing a 12 percent year-over-year adoption rate increase compared to a flat or declining rate in previous years, according to PetPoint. With so many new pet owners giving their pets…

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Part 1: Quality Control in Delivery Only Ghost Kitchens Utilizing AI and Computer Vision

“There is a need to have a safe, predictable, and stable food supply chain,” Jain said. “Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and data analytics can play a big role in creating these safe, predictable, and sustainable food supply chains.” On this first part of a two-part episode of To the Edge and Beyond by Intel…

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How Automation in the Food and Beverage Industry Increased Safety and Efficiency

On today’s episode of Conveying Progress, a Benda Manufacturing Podcast, our guests helped us explore how automated robotics and systems support operations in the food and beverage supply chain. Coming off a year of challenges accelerated by COVID, including those surrounding worker safety, food safety, supply shortages and more, food processing and packaging plants are…

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Empowering Through Connection: Vogel’s Pyramid Model Approach
July 19, 2024

Mission and Impact: Vogel Alcove, a nonprofit in Dallas, helps homeless children and families through various programs and services. Pyramid Model Framework: Vogel uses the Pyramid Model, an evidence-based framework for promoting young children’s social-emotional development with universal supports, targeted supports, and intensive interventions. Nurturing Relationships and Supportive Environments: Vogel focuses on building nurturing…

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MedPAC’s Miss on Reality of Home Health Financial Reality Results in Suggested Cut in 2025 Proposed Rule
July 19, 2024

The March 2024 MedPAC report recommending a 7% payment reduction for home health agencies in 2025 has sparked significant concern within the industry. Why is this recommendation being met with such resistance, and what does the financial reality of home health agencies look like in contrast to these federal suggestions? Are the MedPAC recommendations…

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Sixth Inning- What are the Stages Where Your Business Takes Place?
July 18, 2024

When you think of a baseball game, you might picture the crack of the bat or the roar of the crowd as a home run sails over the outfield fence. But for the Savannah Bananas, the game is just one part of the spectacle. Jesse Cole, the mastermind behind this innovative team, shares how…

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A Skilled Trades Career Provides a Future-Proof Path
July 18, 2024

In today’s rapidly changing job market, a skilled trades career offers a viable and attractive option, especially for the younger generations exploring alternatives to traditional college education. Recent trends indicate a significant shift in interest in these hands-on professions. On Straight Outta Crumpton, host Greg Crumpton engages in a lively conversation with Nicole Bass,…

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Direct Connections: How Technology Can Take Media Post-Production to New Heights
September 15, 2021

Media post-production has undergone many transformations in its storied processes. In an industry where latency, resolution, and massive file size are factors, technology has to keep the pace. But how can workflows improve to reduce time but not quality? Direct Connections host Daniel Litwin welcomed Jim Pace, Owner of Audio Intervisual Design, an AV…

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Gearing Up For SSA Conference 2021
September 2, 2021

On this episode of Impressions, an On The Move podcast, Host Daniel Litwin talked with Erin King, Director of Education and Events of Self Storage Association. They broke down everything you need to know to get caught up on what the Self Storage Association is bringing to the industry and why, if you’re in the…

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Understanding COVID-19 Funding For Schools: School Safety Today
September 2, 2021

With so many different federal actions providing COVID-19 funding for schools to reopen this Fall, educators, administrators, and facility managers are struggling to understand the best way to take advantage of all of this assistance and how to center their strategies in thoughtful ways. Here to give insights on this episode of School Safety Today,…

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How Trends in Corporate Consolidation Reflect in Biden’s Healthcare Anti-Trust Action
August 16, 2021

Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed an executive order that addresses competition among hospitals, health insurers, prescription drugmakers, and hearing aid manufacturers in an effort to tackle anti-competitive practices in various industries. The order urges the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission to crack down on antitrust laws and actively revise merger…

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How Will Updates to the Packers and Stockyards Act Shape Agriculture’s B2B Relationships?
August 12, 2021

In Biden’s anti-trust executive orders targeting anti-competitive practices in agriculture, the administration has emphasized the Packers and Stockyards Act as one of the critical laws that’ll be revised and enforced to protect farmers’ and growers’ interests. On this episode of Just the FAQts, we’re exploring the what and the why behind the Packers &…

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Will AMC’s Decision to Accept Bitcoin Generate Crypto Momentum?
August 11, 2021

Some significant news in the cryptocurrency was finally made official recently, as theater juggernaut AMC announced that it would begin accepting Bitcoin by the end of 2021. The theater chain will also begin accepting Apple Pay and Google Pay, though the Bitcoin announcement was obviously the star of the show when CEO Adam Aron hopped…

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IMF Says Crypto Isn’t Fit to Become Legal Tender; Are They Right or Wrong?
August 11, 2021

The International Monetary Fund has taken a bold stand regarding crypto, the increasingly popular alternative currency — it’s not fit to become legal tender or official national currency, coming off the heels of El Salvador’s bitcoin announcement. What does this mean for the currency’s future, and does the IMF’s background in Latin America add…

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Deliveries Slow Down as Economy Reopens for Business
August 11, 2021

Deliveries saw a huge spike during the pandemic, with shoppers locked indoors and companies working harder than ever to accelerate ecommerce strategies to usher in a new era of doing business. Now, though, with reopening progressing, some of those elevated numbers are regressing to the mean — or worse. What does this mean for…

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What’s Driving Renewed Growth Among Toymaking Giants?
August 9, 2021

Last year was a rough one for the toy industry, and juggernauts like Mattel and Hasbro were no exception. However, with Q2 revenue released, both of those toymaking giants outperformed forecasts and showed resilience and growth as they attempt to rebound from that rocky 2020. So, what’s driving this growth? Will it last? How…

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