Articles by tag: Elmer Guardado Podcast

Host of Philly Revival Explains the Power of Design-Driven Renovations

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On today’s episode of the AEC Podcast, we were joined by Rachel Street, host of the DIY Network’s Philly Revival. who pulls from her experiences as a design professional to explain what it takes to flip homes and why the Philadelphia real estate market is so unique. Street’s career path has been pretty unconventional. Her […]

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Mission Critical to Mission Accomplished
Mission Critical to Mission Accomplished: Evolving Command Centers For More Than Emergencies and Crises

On today’s episode of Mission Critical to Mission Accomplished, we explored the evolving role of command centers with guest Kelly Okerson, Sales and Marketing associate at Constant Technologies. “Command centers are mission critical hubs, and mission critical varies by industry. Traditionally, a command center was really only thought of in terms for emergencies or crises. […]

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Transportation Innovations Improve Reliability and Extend Battery Life

On today’s Transportation Podcast, we’re joined by Chad Hall, co-founder and senior vice president of marketing at Ioxus. Ioxus is a leading manufacturer of iCAP ultracapacitor, iMOD modules, and THiNCAP products that optimize battery life and improve reliability. Their products are used in hybrid automobiles and buses, wind turbines, and other applications. Chad shared, […]

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Complex Products Need Complex Production Lines with John Claman of IntelliFinishing & Kasa Controls

An automatic finishing system would historically be constructed like a Ford model production line system. You would have a monorail based system, and products would hang and move at a certain rate of speed through certain processes until each one finished. Differentiation of products would go by weight, with heavier products together on one […]

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MarketScale AEC 02/13/19: How Design Can Protect Against the Next Polar Vortex

Extreme weather is one of the inevitable struggles of life. The recent polar vortex that swept across the United States really brought that into focus. The second feature of today’s episode of the MarketScale AEC podcast deals with how the industry can cope with extreme weather from a design perspective. Our first feature on […]

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MarketScale Retail 02/11/2019: JCPenney’s Identity Crisis

The struggles of once giant retailers like JCPenney and Sears have been well documented, but what’s behind these massive dips for these companies? This week’s episode of the MarketScale Retail Show takes a look at what’s fueling JC Penney’s identity crisis. We also take a look at Saks Fifth Avenue and ask if they’re […]

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MarketScale Sports & Entertainment 02/08/19: A Super Aftermath for the Super Bowl

Coming off of Super Bowl 53, it’s safe to say that even with a slow game and mixed reviews on the halftime performance, the impact of the Super Bowl remains for months, even years after the stadium lights shut off. We wanted to look into that aftermath from three different angles. We’ll explore the […]

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New Energy Infrastructure Vs. Extending Fossil Fuel Plants: How Should the Energy Industry Tackle Aging Power-Generation Assets?
February 28, 2024

If the expected surge in power demand is anything to go by, the U.S. power grid could be in trouble. Fueled by clean energy projects and a massive shift towards electric vehicles by 2030, it’s clear the grid could face major strain — and even blackouts. Unfortunately, the U.S. has already faced such disasters: […]

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Dr. Christopher King Georgetown's inaugural Dean of Health
The Visionary Work That Led Dr. Christopher King to Becoming Georgetown’s Inaugural Dean of Health
February 28, 2024

Currently, the healthcare system is grappling with issues of equity, access, and the integration of social determinants of health. As a result, the conversation around transformative leadership in healthcare education has never been more crucial. Amidst a backdrop of systemic challenges, including structural racism and socioeconomic disparities, the role of education in shaping the […]

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diversity equity
The Key to Increasing Profits? Integrating Diversity and Equity into Recruitments, Promotions and Retention
February 27, 2024

How can organizations truly integrate diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) into their core operations to not only foster a sense of community but also enhance performance and profitability? Geoffrey M. Roche, Director of Workforce Development (North America) at Siemens Healthineers, brings a wealth of experience in leadership, education, culture, and workforce transformation, emphasizing […]

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Risk management and employee well-being
Merging Risk Management with Employee Well-Being is the Secret to Unlocking Workplace Potential
February 27, 2024

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, the convergence of risk management, business insurance, and employee benefits has emerged as a critical focal point for organizations aiming to foster a resilient and thriving workforce. This intersection of risk management and employee well-being addresses not just the physical assets of a company but extends to the […]

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A Standard of Excellence for Military Aerospace Software with Shaun Stuger of Braxton Technologies, LLC
February 5, 2019

In this episode of the Software & Technology podcast, we’re joined by Shaun Stuger, General Manager of Business Development and Services at Braxton Technologies, LLC. Braxton Technologies provides satellite ground systems, command and control, and secure data distribution solutions for government and commercial clients. Stuger explains that to stand out in the aerospace field, […]

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More Than Just a Label with Aaron Kilgore of Resource Label Group
February 4, 2019

For this episode of the Retail podcast we’re joined by Aaron Kilgore, Regional Southeast Sales Manager for Resource Label Group, a company that works to fulfill complex and custom label solutions for various brands across different industries. In today’s competitive marketing and branding world, a label has to be more than just a label; […]

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Deleting Data in the Digital Age is Harder than you Think with Ryan Lobo of Proton Data Security
February 1, 2019

Is pressing delete enough? Is physically damaging a hard drive enough? In both instances, not really. Deleting a file by dragging it to the trash bin and emptying your trash makes it look like the file’s gone, but with the right tools is completely recoverable. It’s just hidden from your operating system. Taking a […]

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MarketScale IoT 01/30/19: Making Necessary Evils Obsolete
January 30, 2019

There are aspects of life that we have largely accepted as a necessary evils. Technology is stepping in to find solutions to these issues that have previously existed as blindspots in our society. On today’s episode of the MarketScale IoT Podcast, we look at how IoT is changing the game when it comes to […]

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MarketScale Transportation 01/29/19: Will Tariffs or Technology Be the Year’s Biggest Disruptor?
January 29, 2019

On this episode of the MarketScale Transportation Podcast, we wanted to pose the question: what will be the biggest disruptor of the transportation industry in 2019? Before we can get a feel for that main question, we have to take a look at where companies are investing their time and effort. Uber’s JUMP program […]

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MarketScale Sports & Entertainment 01/14/19: A Brave New World for Bodybuilding
January 14, 2019

This episode of the MarketScale Sports & Entertainment podcast focuses on building. We talk to Jeff O’Connell, Editor in Chief of BodyBuilding.com, about the growth of sport and how social media has really changed the game. Then, we have a teaser for a full length interview coming later this week with the Vice President […]

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MarketScale AEC 01/10/19: Let’s Make Your Job (and Your Life) Easier
January 11, 2019

Often it can feel like new technology does nothing but make our lives more complicated, but on today’s episode of the MarketScale AEC Podcast we’re going to take a look at two innovations that are making the lives of AEC professionals easier. Michael Merle, VP of Business Development at Guerdon Modular Buildings, hops on […]

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MarketScale Transportation 12/31: Emerging Trends and a Radical Idea
December 31, 2018

Turning the calendar over to a new year is an excellent opportunity to look forward and consider what the future holds. The transportation industry is evolving rapidly and big changes could be on the horizon in 2019. On this episode of the Transportation podcast, correspondent Elmer Guardado joins the show to preview some of […]

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MarketScale Software & Technology 12/21/18: Apple’s Big Move to Texas
December 21, 2018

Today’s Software & Technology podcast show explores big moves in the industry, literally and figuratively. Apple’s expansion to Austin, Texas, the struggles of choosing a college, bringing cryptocurrency to an untapped market; the industry is chalk-full of boundary-pushers, and we catalog three of the most exciting ones. HOW WILL A LOCAL COMMUNITY RESPOND TO […]

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