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The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
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The Infrastructure Show - Podcasts
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The Infrastructure Show - Podcasts

Professor Joseph Schofer, Thomas Herman, and Marion Sours

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The Infrastructure Show consists of monthly podcasts in which some of the nation’s top infrastructure experts discuss with host Professor Joseph Schofer of Northwestern University the condition of our infrastructure today, and what can be done about it. While many subjects are addressed, including repairs, upgrades and new construction, there is an emphasis on the topics of preventive and predictive maintenance, as well as “structural health monitoring” – a special focus of the Northwestern ...
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An informative and sometimes irreverent podcast for those interested in eminent domain, right of way land acquisition, or infrastructure development. Topics for discussion frequently include condemnation of real property for public use, just compensation, the Uniform Relocation Act, as well as your hosts‘ hot takes on popular culture.
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Cloud Do You Do? is a podcast full of interviews about cloud and IT related topics with special guests from the world of startups and corporates. When you build or scale business everything seems more important than IT infrastructure. We show you the opposite is the truth. Get comfy in the cloud with us. Powered by Revolgy.
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Get every episode of every Packet Pushers podcast in one very fat, very handy feed! Because too much technology would never be enough. Includes Day Two Cloud, Heavy Networking, Heavy Strategy, Heavy Wireless, IPv6Buzz, Kubernetes Unpacked, and Network Break.
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A show about inspiring individuals from science, engineering, technology and design about how they are tackling our world's 'grand challenges' of climate change, biodiversity loss, threats to quality of life and society and culture. Every episode offers nuggets of insight and advice for aspiring young professionals who want to make our world a better place.
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Scaling a fast-growing small business can seem daunting, especially when you’re cut off from operational resources normally reserved for larger enterprises. As a world-renowned business infrastructure expert, Alicia Butler Pierre has dedicated the past 16 years of her career to closing this knowledge gap. Each Sunday, she and her guests pull back the curtain of their successful businesses to share the people, processes, and tools to scale. If you’re an ambitious entrepreneur seeking actionab ...
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Pulling the Strings is your guide to everything DevOps, from unpacking breaking trends to sharing helpful how-tos that make your life easier. In quick, casual conversations, Puppet engineers, open source community members, and global DevOps luminaries cover what you never knew you needed to know about DevOps. Whether it’s unpacking the latest tooling to sharing tips for getting buy-in from your team, Pulling the Strings is built for the DevOps devotees in all of us.
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Safer Roads
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Safer Roads

Protective Insurance

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If you are a leader in the transportation industry, you are faced daily with issues like nuclear verdicts, medical financing, distracted driving, and working with digital colleagues. In this podcast the experts from Protective Insurance give you all the information they have learned as a steadfast member of the transportation community for almost 100 years. The Protective team of thought leaders and industry experts share their experience to protect people and support safer roads.
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We live in a world that never stops moving, where society depends on the constant flow of goods and people. This is all made possible by the marvels of our modern infrastructure, but who are the pioneers that bring order, processes and systems to keep us moving, and what can we learn from their insights? In Infrastructure Momentum Makers, host and strategy advisor Ratna Amin speaks with the movers and shakers at the intersection of the public, private, and civic sectors about the latest brea ...
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This is a show for anyone who cares about using digital approaches in the public sector to deliver better outcomes. We explore stories from around the world, where public servants have been successful at driving change. We meet the people behind the stories, to hear their first-hand experiences and lessons learned. Throughout the series we discuss technology and trends, as well as the cultural aspects of making change happen.
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Welcome to the Te Waihanga ‘Infrastructure for a Better Future’ podcast – a series where we talk to experts both from here and overseas about the infrastructure challenges we are facing. The episodes focus on the key areas of Rautaki Hanganga o Aotearoa – New Zealand’s Infrastructure Strategy. Find out more about the strategy at strategy.tewaihanga.govt.nz
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The Off Site Podcast
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The Off Site Podcast

Carlos Carvalho & Jason Lancini

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Welcome to the Off Site Podcast. The show with the most raw & unsolicited takes on construction and technology. Hosted by Aphex CRO Carlos Carvalho and CEO & Head of Product Jason Lancini. Each week, the two chat about all things construction, including tech, shocking news stories and much more! Join us for hard truths and exciting news about the construction industry.
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Energy Transition Today, previously known as the Joint Venture Podcast, covers all aspects of the Energy Transition. From up-to-date information on the latest deals in the market to probing analysis of policy, technology, and financial trends. We bring you insightful interviews with key market players alongside the frank opinions of our market experts.
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IJGlobal - Infrastructure Journal - is host of this podcast series where members of the editorial team delve into matters relating to the finance, procurement, delivery and operation of infrastructure and energy projects around the world. This coverage ranges from greenfield project / corporate finance through to M&A activity in this space, and infra fund activity... all of it in the infrastructure and energy world. You can find IJGlobal at www.IJGlobal.com - and it is an established provide ...
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Trees and Lines
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Trees and Lines

Iapetus Infrastructure Services

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Utility vegetation management (UVM) manages risks and controls vegetation that could potentially threaten power lines, railways, roadways, etc. It is perhaps one of the most important fields of environmental impact in the 21st century and is especially important in the U.S., where it is the largest factor in managing outages and the reliability of utilities.In Trees & Lines utility vegetation management podcast, veteran Phil Charlton and Iapetus COO Tej Singh discuss the future of this criti ...
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Heimo Scheuch, CEO of wienerberger, provides you with the latest updates from #wienerberger. As a leading international provider of innovative, ecological solutions for the entire building envelope, in the fields of new buildings and renovations, as well as infrastructure in water and energy management, we take responsibility for improving people's quality of life and shaping the future of construction. Stay informed & be part of the #worldofwienerberger.
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Land Matters

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy

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A behind the scenes look at what makes cities tick. Whether financing infrastructure, adapting to climate change, or building more affordable housing, a big part of innovative solutions can be traced back to land.
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Heavy Networking is an unabashedly nerdy dive into all things networking. Described by one listener as "verbal white papers," the weekly episodes feature network engineers, industry experts, and vendors sharing useful information to keep your professional knowledge sharp and your career growing. Hosts Greg Ferro, Ethan Banks and Drew Conry-Murray cut through the marketing spin to explore what works—and what doesn't—in networking today, while keeping an eye on what's ahead for the industry. O ...
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Welcome to Mastermind 2023 - The Women Leader Special, powered by Nucleus Office Park. Join our insightful journey hosted by Hrishikesh Kannan, the Brand Head of RadioOne Network. In this captivating podcast series, Hrishi will engage in thought-provoking interviews with dynamic women who have been instrumental in handling pivotal roles that drive growth and success to their companies. Our distinguished guests will include women CEOs, IT heads, HR heads, strategy heads, and more, offering a ...
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Our continued search through our podcasting vault has led us to the next episode to remaster. Who was selected? None other than Shellye Archambeau. As a master planner and strategist, Shellye knows how to create roadmaps to accomplish just about anything she sets her mind to. This is what led her to attend a top-ranked university, moving up the ran…
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In this episode, we take you on a journey behind the scenes of one of the rail industry’s most successful partnerships - the South Rail Systems Alliance (SRSA). The SRSA is one of three alliances set up to complete vital track renewals necessary to improve the rail network for the benefit of passengers across the UK.   As a successful working examp…
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On this episode of Infrastructure Momentum Makers, presented by Ansarada, host Ratna Amin sits down with Northern California Regional Director at California High-Speed Rail Authority, Boris Lipkin. Boris shares the story of high speed rail in California, what he has learned from high-speed rail systems abroad, and what it takes to overcome challeng…
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In this podcast we take a quick tour of Liverpool’s latest landmark, the new Everton Football Club Stadium which is taking shape in an old dock on the banks of the River Mersey. And having played at their current Goodison Park home ground since it opened in 1892, there will be significant expectation that this new £500M, 52,888 seater stadium will …
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Some U.S. Cities are taking back streets from exclusive use by motor vehicles to protect and prioritize vulnerable road users – pedestrians and bicyclists – and to enhance neighborhood livability. This process is advanced under the banner of Complete Streets, streets designed and operated for all users. Atlanta, Georgia’s variation is called Tactic…
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Iran-linked hackers claim responsibility for a cyber attack on a small town’s water supply. Sources describe Mike Pence’s conversations with federal investigators. And a deep-pocketed donor group backs Nikki Haley over Donald Trump. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy ABC News
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In this episode, Kamya Chandra, Surabhi Hodigere, and I have a conversation about public policy, institutions, administrations, and capacity building for a country's DPI landscape. We also discuss the need for institutionalizing knowledge and models about governance, and management of DPIs as a critical infrastructure for public administrators. Kam…
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Perhaps you’ve marveled at the engineering feats of the Golden Gate Bridge or the Hoover Dam. Maybe you’ve thought about how many train tracks run in and out of Grand Central Station. But it’s sometimes easy to forget just how important well-functioning infrastructure is in our day-to-day lives. Flip a light switch, and the light comes on. Wash a l…
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High inflation. High interest rates. Economic uncertainty. An energy crisis. Political instability. Supply chain disruption. How do you invest in European Infrastructure with this macro-backdrop? Join Hamish Lea-Wilson, Partner at Igneo discussing the infrastructure deal market with Ali Kazmi, Partner, Global Co-Head of Infrastructure Rothschild & …
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Renowned Author Howard Mansfield returns to Infrastructure Junkies to discuss two more chapters of his book, The Habit of Turning the World Upside Down. In this Season 4 finale, Howard tackles "The Last Medieval Claim" by recounting some of the earliest battles for American soil which occurred in the courts across the ocean, and involved people who…
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Have you ever wondered how the language you speak shapes your understanding of the world around you? And if you speak two or more languages, how might that change the way you process information? Is your brain always thinking in multiple languages or are you toggling back and forth? In many parts of the world, multilingualism is the norm. And in th…
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This latest episode of the Infra Dig podcast sees IJGlobal editorial director Angus Leslie Melville pull up a seat to the fireside to discuss artificial intelligence and its role in infrastructure and energy. The guest on this podcast is Henri Yoki – founder and chief executive of Exaum Ltd – an interesting organisation that recently announced the …
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In this episode, Carlos & Jason are joined by George Smithies, CEO of innDex. The three discuss the trigger moments that sparked creating technological solutions to construction issues, and how real-life experience of construction projects makes a world of difference in implementing new software for teams. Follow Carlos on Linkedin | Follow Jason o…
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As people age, health often becomes a larger focus in their lives—their joints become a little more achy, or their vision less sharp. Some might even be dealing with a new diagnosis. To handle these ailments, doctors might prescribe medications, or diet and lifestyle changes. But there’s often one big factor missing from these conversations: a pati…
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Azure Boost is a hardware offload of Azure virtual machines designed to improve VM performance. On today's Day Two Cloud we dig into how it works. We also talk about how to implement security in Virtual Network Manager, as well as how to optimize your Azure observability--meaning, how not to blow up your budget with unnecessary logging. The post D2…
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Welcome back to another #episode of the Trees & Lines #podcast. On this episode, we look at a different part of the #vegetationmanagement #industry as we talk with Hal Acree, #National #Sales #Manager at Progress Rail. Hal brings insight into the making of the trucks we just in #vegmanagement, #supplychain #challenges and #solutions, and the #equip…
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So many Copilots! We take a look at Copilot for Azure, which was announced during Ignite 2023. What can you do with it? What's our experience using it? How does it relate to other Copilots, such as GitHub Copilot Chat. Who benefits from this capability? Also, Jussi asks Tobi an unexpected question. (00:00) - Intro and catching up. (02:27) - Show co…
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Roger Light is a Co-founder and Senior Developer at Cedalo, as well as the Lead Developer of Eclipse Mosquitto. He started Mosquitto as a hobby project in 2009, which gained rapid popularity and contributed to the widespread adoption of MQTT as an IoT protocol. Resources and tips for monitoring MQTT: Description of MQTT and more: What is MQTT? Deep…
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Highlights from this week’s conversation include: Ben’s background in real estate (3:27) Why Fundrise was Started (4:37) Democratizing Investment Opportunities (6:35) Investment Thesis for Venture (11:55) Challenges with Data and Technology (12:34) Importance of Data Model Abstraction (20:03) Data Infrastructure and Investments (23:22) Evolution of…
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The third in our series on hard-to-abate sectors, this episode features Jacob Susman, CEO and co-founder of Ambient Fuels, a developer of green hydrogen projects. He describes how green hydrogen can help decarbonize hard-to-abate sectors and which applications are especially promising for green hydrogen solutions. Jacob also describes Ambient’s rol…
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Fortinet turns its on-prem and cloud security devices into a sensor network that collects threat intelligence across the globe. That intelligence then feeds those devices and services with new updates and the latest protections. In today's sponsored Heavy Networking, we talk with Fortinet about its Fortiguard Security Services, how they work, and h…
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Fortinet turns its on-prem and cloud security devices into a sensor network that collects threat intelligence across the globe. That intelligence then feeds those devices and services with new updates and the latest protections. In today's sponsored Heavy Networking, we talk with Fortinet about its Fortiguard Security Services, how they work, and h…
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There’s a long-standing narrative about hunter-gatherers in ancient times: Men ventured out for meat, while women largely stayed closer to home, foraging for plants and tending to children. As with most things, it almost certainly wasn’t that black and white. Recent analyses of physiological and archaeological evidence, published in American Anthro…
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Powering data centres is big deal in current decade. Massive increases in consumption and scaling of off-prem clouds has exceeded the capacity of civilian power grids while cloud operators are reluctant to sign thirty year supply agreements so that more power plants can be built. Enter power micro-generation where large DCs needs too small power su…
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Welcome back to Safer Roads, brought to you by Protective Insurance. On today’s episode host Rudy Salo is joined by Protective’s Manager of Loss Prevention and Safety Services, Jay Woodward. Together, they discuss why return to work programs are so important for the transportation industry, the steps to creating a successful return to work program,…
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Just about every day there’s a new headline about artificial intelligence. OpenAI Founder and CEO Sam Altman was forced out, and then dramatically returned to his post—all in the span of a week. Then there’s the recent speculation about a revolutionary new model from the company, called Q*, which can solve basic math problems. Beyond the inner work…
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Today on the Tech Bytes podcast we talk with sponsor Pliant about its automation platform. Pliant helps you orchestrate across devices and domains with a low-code approach that uses APIs to automate and orchestrate across your infrastructure. The post Tech Bytes: Pliant Combines APIs, Low Code Approach For Network Automation (Sponsored) appeared fi…
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Today's Network Break discusses a new Trident ASIC with an on-chip neural net inference engine, Broadcom staff cuts at VMware, more bad news from an Okta breach, financial results, and more. The post NB458: Broadcom Debuts On-Chip Neural Net, Lays Off VMware Staff; Okta Breach Gets Worse appeared first on Packet Pushers.…
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Prateek Gupta is the Head of Engineering at Stashfin, a digital lender that provides personal loans to individuals without credit cards. Prateek is passionate about Stashfin’s mission to provide financial services to people who are not traditionally served by banks. He is facing a number of challenges in delivering this mission, including the need …
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A U.S. warship shoots down drones while coming to the aid of commercial ships in the Red Sea. Muslim voters in swing states threaten to ditch President Biden over his war stance. And the Supreme Court takes up the question of whether a bankruptcy deal for Oxycontin-maker Purdue Pharma can shield its owners from legal liability. Learn more about you…
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