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A series in which 90’s football aficionado Josh Widdicombe is joined by friends, and fellow 90s experts, co-host Chris Scull and ‘Director of Podcast’ Michael Marden, as the trio embark on a tour of niche football topics of the period 1st January 1990 to 31st December 1999. Join the Quickly Kevin fan club for early release and extended episodes as well as exclusive bonus episodes and live shows, merchandise, events, and much much more... www.patreon.com/quicklykevin See acast.com/privacy for ...
 
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Adam Levin discusses the latest issues surrounding hackers, scammers and identity thieves. Adam is an expert in cybersecurity and consumer protection. He is the co-author of the book Swiped - How to Protect Yourself in a World Full of Scammers, Phishers and Identity Thieves, and the host of "What The Hack," a podcast that takes a light-hearted look…
 
Hemant Makhija discusses using low-code application development to leverage legacy systems and accelerate digital transformation. Hemant is the CMO of Newgen Software and an expert is agile methodology. He explores ways to view digital transformation through three important lenses: Communication, Content and Processes. Listen for three action items…
 
S9 EP7: Mid-season training camp (Correspondence Special) We're gearing up for a two week mid season break on the main feed to rest the legs before the run up to Christmas. This episode we're getting through some of the backlog of brilliant correspondence we get sent and of course, Peter Shilton features heavily once more... Patreon exclusive episo…
 
Leon Kuperman discusses AI-driven cloud optimization and how organizations can reduce their cloud spending and boost their application development efforts. Leon is the co-founder and CTO of CAST.AI, a technology startup that combines AI with Kubernetes to provide savings and competitive advantage. Listen for three action items you can use today. Ho…
 
Peter Klayman, VP of Business Strategy at Bottle Rocket discusses how a superior digital experience and translate to superior customer experience in the travel and hospitality industries. Bottle Rocket is a digital experience consultancy working to create meaningful connections between consumers and many of the world’s most successful travel and ho…
 
QKWHS - S9 EP6: This Month In The 90's - September 1996 It's a brand new QK format this month as we're joined in the studio by Tom Craine to do a deep dive into one specific month during the decade. And seeing as it's the 25th anniversary of September 1996 what better place to start... We discuss all the big news of that month, Wenger's appointment…
 
Bryan Cressey discusses his book "Be A Winner," and steps for entrepreneurial success. Bryan is a nationally recognized pioneer in the venture capital and private equity fields. He has co-founded four Private Equity firms and has been named by Time Magazine as one of four leading venture capitalists in America. Bryan was inducted recently inducted …
 
Karen Hewitt discusses her book "People Power" and how to transform your business in the era of safety and wellbeing. Karen is CEO of Leaderlike Limited, a firm helping senior managers build sustainable and transformational cultures for health, safety and wellbeing. Listen for three action items you can use today. Host, Kevin Craine Do you want to …
 
S9 EP5: Andreas Brehme Stop. The Press. We've only gone and got World Cup Winner Andreas Brehme as a guest!! Scorer of the winning goal at Italia 90. One of the best left backs in the history of the game and in Franz Beckenbauer's words - the only player so good with both feet you didn't know which one was stronger. It was logistically complex (as …
 
Sarah Stein Greenberg from Standford University discusses "Creative Acts for Curious People" and how to think, create and lead in unconventional ways. Sarah is the executive director of the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford. (aka Standford d.school). She leads a community of designers, faculty, and other innovative thinkers who help pe…
 
Mike Fitzmaurice discusses ways to use low-code application development to accelerate digital transformation. Mike is Chief Evangelist and VP at WEBCON. It is more important than ever that organizations move away from last-century ways of working and embrace digital transformation. One way to do that is by adopting a low-code approach. You can deve…
 
S9 EP4: Wimbledon and Barnet documentaries with Ben Clarke This week Ben Clarke joins us as we watch two episodes of the documentary series 'The London Programme' - the first focuses on Wimbledon's Crazy Gang in the 90's (look out for an amazing cameo on Dean Holdsworth's stag do!) and their mid season friendly with the mighty Real Madrid. If you w…
 
Jesse Randall discusses venture capital investing for everyday investors. Until now, investing in venture capital has been available exclusively to only select agents and brokers. As the founder and CEO of Sweater Ventures, a VC fund for everyone, Jesse is changing all that. Sweater is poised to transform the investment landscape with a mobile-firs…
 
S9 EP3: Caroline Barker (Non-league special) It's our great pleasure to welcome to the QK studio this week the brilliant journalist and broadcaster - Caroline Barker. As a life-long fan of her beloved Chelmsford City, Caroline talks us through life as a non-league fan, director, and even key holder (yes, literally, the keys that open all the doors …
 
Bryan Adams discusses the book "Give and Get Employer Branding" and best practices for talent acquisition. Bryan is CEO and founder of Ph.Creative, an employer-branding agency with offices and clients across the world. He’s worked with many big brands that we know like Apple, American Airlines, and Blizzard Entertainment. Listen for three action it…
 
Paul Stone discusses no-code process automation. Paul is a solution architect and product strategist at FlowForma, a team of business, process and digital transformation experts dedicated to making intuitive, affordable process automation tools that empower business users to design systems and process improvements to get work done smarter and quick…
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S9 EP2: Phil Thompson This week it's our absolute pleasure to welcome to the show a titan of the footballing world. A Liverpool legend who went from watching the team as a boy on the Kop to playing, captaining, winning league and European trophies and then eventually returning as assistant manager and then caretaker m…
 
Professor Tiziana Casciaro discusses the book "Power, for All" and how to recognize and navigate organizational power dynamics. Tiziana, and her co-author Harvard professor Julie Battilana, present new research on interpersonal and organizational networks, gender-bias and power. Tiziana has received distinguished scientific achievement awards from …
 
Zach Giglio discusses corporate identity and purpose-driven success. Zach is the founder and CEO of GCM, a global communications and marketing firm where they work to create human connections through communications and marketing. Their method for increasing profit and impact through identity-driven storytelling is celebrated by some of the world’s …
 
We try to fix the Zwift Autocat algorithm, even though we have no idea how it works, and we take a look at how some winter Zwift stars are faring IRL this summer. Nowhere Fast is a member of the Wide Angle Podium network. To support this podcast and help Mike afford the latest Zwift gadget gimmick, head to wideanglepodium.com to become a member of …
 
Quickly Kevin Will He Score? - S9 EP1: How Steve Froggatt met his wife... We. Are. Back. Quickly Kevin returns for series nine!! After the emotional highs and lows of the Euros it's back to the safety and comfort of the 90's with the return of all the usual interviews, watchalongs, listener postbag, and favourite features (and a new and slightly co…
 
Peter Oliver discusses his book "Making the Climb" and ways that sales professionals can make the transition from sales rep to sales manager. Peter is CEO & Chief Sales Officer at SaleFish, a Sandler Training firm, and an expert in professional sales. Listen for three action items you can use today. Host, Kevin Craine Do you want to be a guest?…
 
Chris Surdak discusses his book "The Care and Feeding of Bots," and how to use robotic process automation successfully. Chris is a leading expert in big data and analytics. And if you’ve wondered what all the fuss is about when it comes to process automation, or if you’ve been struggling to use RPA in ways that make a difference, you don't want to …
 
Dorie Clark returns to the show to discuss "The Long Game" and how to be a long-term thinker in a short-term world. It's no secret that today's professionals feel rushed, overwhelmed, and perennially behind. Dorie is a best-selling author, a Harvard business review contributor, a professor at Duke University and The Long Game shares unique principl…
 
Itai Sudan discusses modern website design and digital marketing, Itai is founder and CEO at Duda, a leading web design platform for freelancers, creatives and small businesses. Duda was named PCMagazine’s Editors’ Choice website builder in 2017, 2018 and 2019, and currently hosts more than 14 million websites. Listen for three action items you can…
 
Chandler Milne, Director of Learning Experience at Brainstorm, discusses how organizations can get the most out of their enterprise software with training programs that help employees be more fluent and competent with their software. All too often, companies end up losing millions of dollars on software that is underused by their employees. Why the…
 
Rocco Carriero discusses his book "Three Cords Approach: To Life And Wealth Management For Business Owners." Rocco is a private wealth advisor at Ameriprise Financial Services and an expert in personal financial management for business owners. He has appeared on Fox and NBC, and his financial insights have been featured in publications including th…
 
Rick Ness is one of the stars of Discovery's #1 series "Gold Rush." Discovery has launched a spin-off of the the series called "Winter's Fortune" that takes an inside look at the brutal off season prep work that goes into gold mining. The industry is estimated to top $12 billion in 2021 in the US alone. Rick talks about the series premier, the big …
 
Dan McGaw discusses the convergence of marketing, technology and analytics. Dan has mentored over 500 startups and has been called one of the original growth hackers. He is CEO and Founder of McGaw.io, a Marketing Technology and Marketing Analytics Agency, and the CEO and founder of the National Association of Marketing Technology. Listen for three…
 
Greg Abbott of the DC Area is the host of the Get Zwifty cycling meme account, which uses the show Rick and Morty to make light of the sport we love. We went inside the matrix to learn more about Abbott's foray into memeing and talked a little Zwift racing as well. You can follow Get Zwifty on Instagram @getzwifty. Nowhere Fast is a member of the W…
 
Deborah Westphal discusses her book "Convergence: Technology, Business, and the Human-Centric Future." Deb is an executive advisor and futurist, with a career that spans more than 30 years in Fortune 100 companies on virtually every continent. She has guided many of the world’s most innovative business leaders, including Lockheed Martin, Northrop G…
 
QKWHS - Euro 2020 EP14: End of Euros Awards Show We couldn't leave the Euros series on such a low point. So here, with a bit more reflection and love in our hearts is a bonus episode where we go through our favourite / best bits of the tournament and give out some entirely arbitrary awards. We'll be back later this week with Chapter 8 of the Steve …
 
Steven Wiideman discusses Search Engine Optimization and digital marketing. Most people may be familiar with the term SEO, but how do you really make it work for you? What are some of the advantages and opportunities that we should be capturing? And what should business owners do to leverage digital marketing today? Steve is president of Wiideman C…
 
Rich Hale, Chief Technology Officer at ActiveNav discusses ways that organizations can deal with information overload. Organizations today are overwhelmed with data. Users expect the amount of information they must manage will increase by as much as nearly 5 times in the next couple of years. Have we outstripped our ability to keep up? Find out mor…
 
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