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Ask Cadence is a series dedicated to bringing solutions to your toughest project management problems. Using real-world project challenges from project managers in our global project management training seminars, our team offers guidance on how to tackle such issues as Scope, Schedule, Responsibility, Organizational Project Management, Agile Project Management and so much more. Join the discussion today and write us at cadence@cadencemc.com with your own project challenges.
 
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From the time artists began creating, there were those stealing their ideas. This certainly holds true in film, where some filmmakers from around the world see one movie’s success as the opportunity to rip it off and make their own version of it. True, this often leads to litigation, but that doesn’t stop some filmmakers from trying to find ways ar…
 
In the past four decades, only half of eligible voters participated in elections overall in the U.S. Armed with that knowledge, Pernod Ricard's Absolut vodka brand launched a #VoteResponsibly campaign prior to the first Presidential Debate. It encouraged people to "Vote First. Drink Second", and featured the brand's first television commercial in 3…
 
There’s nothing to make a father more uncomfortable than sitting with his teenage daughter watching a film that includes honest and frankly discussions of teens sexuality. Well . . . there is one thing more uncomfortable. A film that has teens and parent having explicit, yet humorous, conversations about their own sexuality. In this very special ep…
 
Dr. Marilyn Paul is a coach and organizational change consultant. She joins us today to talk about how to break the addiction to productivity without shame, free to own our ADHD brains, and get things done our way. Her mission is to support people to learn from and find value in their difficult experiences. She’s been through her own challenges wit…
 
It’s less than three weeks until the American presidential election and each passing day in this country seems to stack fraught anxieties atop each other. Timing our existential stress perfectly, this week Netflix released “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” a political courtroom drama written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. The film examines Vietnam War p…
 
No one wants Quibi. AMC is about out of cash. That’s OK because Soul isn’t coming out in theaters anyway. Sony confirms many Spiders-Men. Plus three great trailers, long lost Flickchart re-ranking, and a list of movies celebrating terrific movie houses! Andy’s Trailer: The 355 Pete’s Trailer: Promising Young Woman Ray’s Trailer: Boris Karloff: The …
 
More on cutting cables and unbundling bundles. The Rock might be making a move to the MCU. Runaways and Cloak & Dagger are picking up speed. Plus we have trailers and lists of terrible movie disguises! Steve’s Trailer: Low Tide Andy’s Trailer: A Million Little Pieces Pete’s Trailer: Driven THE LIST! Worst disguises in film! Steve’s List The Pink Pa…
 
It should come as no surprise that while making Snowpiercer, writer/director Bong Joon-Ho came up with the idea for Parasite. They’re both films that deal with social class after all. But where Snowpiercer tells its story in a dystopian, frozen sci-fi future aboard a train perpetually traveling the world, Parasite is a story grounded in reality. Pe…
 
This national election year during a global pandemic is more important than ever before and brands are standing up in a variety of ways to ensure consumers are well-informed about the how, when, where and why around voting this November. One of those brands is Coca-Cola’s Peace Tea, which has done a variety of things to ensure its young consumers h…
 
We’re stressed! Clients are stressed. Kids are stressed. We’re all stressed. Why? Because when you’re living with ADHD, you’re getting more negative messages thrown at you like so many darts than those without. And because we set such high expectations for ourselves, those negative messages leave us feeling so much more deflated! This week on the s…
 
Oscars let the streamers run free at awards season. James McAvoy in the dark as he improves through ‘My Son’. Musicals on deck for feature film treatment. Theaters at risk thanks to James Bond and Patty Jenkins shares the fear. Star Wars: The High Republic … will 200 years pre-Skywalker be pre-Skywalker enough? Mandy’s Trailer: Totally Under Contro…
 
The conversations about Roma at the time of its release and discussions about awards seemed to center on the fact that it was released on Netflix with only a limited theatrical run. People were convinced it wouldn’t have a shot for this very reason, but the quality of the film proved that even a Netflix release could be considered for Best Picture.…
 
According to The Brookings Institution, food insecurity has increased 460% since the pandemic began. With this concerning statistic in mind, rideshare company Lyft made some critical pivots to leverage their network of drivers, strategic partnerships, and impact focus to help serve the most vulnerable communities. In this episode of Cause Talk Radi…
 
Just when you’ve binged everything on your watchlist and need something new or unexpected to watch Trailer Rewind is back with a season filled with new guests! We start the new season with The Film Board’s Tommy Handsome in a conversation about the dark comedy Villains. From the 2016 Blacklist, this script has all the trappings of a calling card to…
 
Dr. Russell Barkley has been something of a firebrand in the ADHD community for over four decades. With twenty-five books — 43 separate editions — and his name behind numerous assessment scales and journal articles, he has established a career of education and advocacy in the field second to none. Today, Dr. Barkley joins us on the ADHD podcast. He…
 
Fargo is back ... Tommy loves it. Pete pleas for Kyle to try The Boys. Trailer Rewind is back this week! Some emergency COVID recasting on The Witcher... and everywhere else, presumably. Plus three trailers, a Tournament... of TERROR! and a list of great movies shot in limited locations! Pete’s Trailer: Minari Tommy’s Trailer: Synchronic Kyle’s Tra…
 
Michael Haneke is always one to provoke with his films, but rarely do they feel so personal as his 2012 film Amour. He pulled from personal experience with the suicide of his 90-year-old aunt to write the story and then crafted a film that maintains the Haneke distance even while allowing for an emotional film. Join us – Pete Wright and Andy Nelson…
 
Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation has a mission to bring joy to kids battling hunger or illness. When COVID hit, they quickly realized they needed to make grants available to local organizations to ensure those who needed food could get it. But that's not all they did! In this episode of Cause Talk Radio, Megan’s guest is Kari McHugh, Executive D…
 
They may have pivoted to parents, but Diane Dempster and Elaine Taylor-Klaus still bring every bit of their Impact! Today they join us to talk about parenting complex kids in a complex era along with Elaine’s new book, The Essential Guide to Raising Complex Kids with ADHD, Anxiety, and More. Along the way, they share incredible insights on the pare…
 
Michael B. Jordan being sought for Scarface remake. Fantastic Beasts 3 has resumed shooting. Netflix cancels The Dark Crystal… after just one season. Star Trek 4 (& Other Star Trek Movies) are NOT canceled, says Paramount, with its tongue out and pointed at you. Nicolas Cage reportedly wanted for Superman reprise cameo? Sorkin’s Chicago 7 prepping …
 
During pre-production on Flags of Our Fathers, Clint Eastwood was doing research and became curious about who it was on the Japanese side of the Battle of Iwo Jima who was leading their troops. This interest led him down a rabbit hole of curiosities that made him want to tell that story too. When he brought this up to producer Steven Spielberg, the…
 
When COVID struck last Spring, the KIND Foundation wanted to get KIND bars to frontline workers and quickly put a system in place to do so. It didn’t take long for them to realize that other companies might be in the same boat so they created the Frontline Impact Project to help companies get needed products and resources directly to frontline work…
 
If you’re a well-practiced student, you probably have your own system and set of practices for doing that job. Taking notes, studying, preparing projects, taking exams ... you know what works for you, right? It turns out, it’s pretty easy to develop a false sense of security in our own systems to the point that they might not actually be helping yo…
 
TENET and the great sadness of the 2020 global box office. Madonna working on the story of her life. The Prince Estate has a podcast. We’ve got a SHE-HULK! Making the case for more Star Trek TV. Plus, a list of films with exceptional female action stars! Steve’s Trailer: The Wolf of Snow Hollow Steve’s Trailer: Freaky Pete’s Trailer: Love and Monst…
 
Ang Lee has made a career of always doing something different, so it likely came as no surprise to people after his Jane Austen adaptation, his 70s period family drama, and his western that he then moved straight into a Chinese wuxia film full of magical realism. Despite the wide variance between subjects, his passion for stories full of emotion an…
 
September 16th is World PLAY-DOH Day and we can’t think of a better time than a global pandemic to celebrate a product that brings joy to kids and is truly timeless. PLAY-DOH and their partner Save The Children have launched a back to school effort called Cans of Kindness that involves a corporate donation of 1 million cans of PLAY-DOH to Save the …
 
You’re heading back to school. You’ve got your books. You’ve got your syllabus. You’ve got your pencils and notebooks. And you’re even feeling great about your class schedule. You’ve got this. Only one question remains. When are you going to do the work? Turns out, that’s a pretty big question and one you are perfectly capable of answering! This we…
 
Ray’s Reel Review digs into early in-theater experiences for our roving reporter. Jack Reacher is finally getting cast appropriately and coming to TV. Who asked for the Robocop prequel, though? The pandemic movies are coming — Liman to helm pandemic-based heist movie. McG has a harder cut of Terminator Salvation if anyone is interested. New Alien f…
 
By 1998’s awards season, Miramax’s marketing machine was cranking away at its hardest, and some would argue hit a point that was offensive. In the 1999 Oscar ceremony, not only did their film Shakespeare in Love usurp the odds-on favorite of Saving Private Ryan for Best Picture as well as Gwyneth Paltrow’s Best Actress award over several other argu…
 
With all of us wearing masks and gloves nearly every time we leave our homes due to the COVID pandemic, what's the environmental impact of all this PPE? As you can imagine, it's NOT GOOD - particularly given these items are now considered contaminants and not recyclable through local recyclers. In this episode of Cause Talk Radio, Megan talks to Ky…
 
Things are changing in the entertainment industry. COVID 19 has changed the way the world consumes movies. Over the past month, we’ve begun to see some new releases open in limited theater capacities while others continue to be held back because of a world that can’t currently create a literal “blockbuster.” It presents a bit of a challenge for us …
 
Make no bones about it: there is nothing normal about our back-to-school experience this year. Whether you’re heading to college on campus or distance, you and your ADHD are no doubt impacted. We have four strategies for you this week, ranging from organization to time management, and even a little hint of wellness from the avoid-news-of-the-world-…
 
How Chadwick Boseman’s Death Impacts ‘Black Panther 2’. So Much DC FanDome stuff! Daniel Dae Kim and Randall Park to Co-Star in Heist Film. The Mandalorian season 2 release date is sooner than you think. Paramount to release new edit of Godfather 3. Plus, strong feelings about James Bond and a list of movies celebrating unusual vocations! Mandy’s T…
 
Massimo Troisi had a driving passion to make The Postman, so much so that he put medical care off to get it made. This lead to his death immediately after principal photography, but his passion project was able to be seen by the world. But would it have the success story it has if it wasn’t for the Miramax marketing machine? Hard to say, but we don…
 
A recent Harris Poll commissioned by National 4-H Council and Microsoft found that 21% of teens don’t have internet access at home but instead rely on schools, libraries, and other public places to get access. Teens without reliable access to broadband said they felt less confident in their skills and in their long-term social and economic prospect…
 
You’ve tried email bankruptcy. You know all about filing. But sometimes you have to ask yourself: How did you fall back into email overload... again? First things first: It’s not just you. It’s common to live with some sort of anxiety around email and email overload. Where we’re going to focus today is not on some magical list of things you’re supp…
 
BA Insight announced the immediate availability of BA Insight Search for Workplace powered by Microsoft Azure Cognitive Search. This solution is a first of its kind; it reduces store-by-store search bringing knowledge to users, regardless of where the information is. But, what does that mean for you? Liam Cavanagh, principal program manager for Azu…
 
Quibi Corner! Quibi goes drive-in for ‘The Stranger’ in Los Angeles. Plus, Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson are all in for a Quibi Cartoon! ‘The New Mutants’ is both the set-up and punchline as Disney forces reviewers to see it in theaters, and the reviewers strike back. John Belushi biopic teases Adam Pally in title role. The Colors of Motion s…
 
“I can’t take it! Can’t anyone help me? I can’t take it! Help me!” Starting with an image dreamed of four women in white in a red room, Ingmar Bergman was able to build the story that became his film Cries and Whispers. The film would go on to become one of his most successful films, certainly the highest-grossing film of his released in the US. Bu…
 
It’s been a minute, but Megan is back with Joe Waters of SelfishGiving.com for The Joe Show! Joe and Megan spend this episode sharing our thoughts about which COVID pivots have struck them as particularly clever or creative from companies that are creating new opportunities because of COVID - like what Major League Baseball is doing with cardboard …
 
Waking up. Going to sleep. Eating. Email. Meetings. Games. Family time. Illness. That list goes on, and on, and on. What do those things have in common? They all involve requiring the brain to transition from one state to another. And the ADHD brain in particular — thanks to the unique powers of attention that come with it — may have a harder time …
 
The Flash movie has some casting news. Discovery shines through Trek chaos. A Blazing Saddles thing. Netflix is testing the shuffle. Plus three solid trailers, a brief aside on Quibi, recasting The Princess Bride, and a list of movies of unusual mayhem. Rob’s Trailer: The War With Grandpa Steve’s Trailer: On The Rocks Kyle’s Trailer: Death on the N…
 
“Here we go. It’s a murder now. They’ll be calling it a plot if this drags on.” Being from Greece but raised in France, director Costa-Gavras still felt very much connected to his home country. When the democratic politician and leftist activist Grigoris Lambrakis was assassinated in 1963 by right-wing zealots, which pushed the country into mass ri…
 
Mission in Action Today on the show we bring a demonstration of living a mission. Our guest is Doug Brown, President of UMass Memorial Community Hospitals and Chief Administrative Officer for the UMass Memorial Health Care system. He had a vision for their community - looking in their own backyard and anchoring their institutional mission through l…
 
One in 5 children is living with significant mental illness and half of all lifetime mental health challenges start by the age of 14. To address this issue of pediatric mental health, Big Lots and Nationwide Children’s Hospital have partnered to create an initiative called ‘On Our Sleeves’ since kids don’t wear their emotions on their sleeves but s…
 
“The power goes where it always goes, to the people that already have it.” 2020 has given us a new understanding of what dog days can mean. Historically the label has been reserved for the hottest days of the year because ancient peoples believed it could bring “fever or catastrophe.” Upon consideration, “Fever & Catastrophe” could be an accurate t…
 
Pete watches TV. Steve takes umbrage. “Jason and Friends” recalls the halcyon days of murder and cartoons. Physical media is still dying… but it’s not dead yet. Steven’s director’s chair. AMC is back with the cheap seats …for a day. Plus three solid trailers (!), Flickchart re-ranking, and a list of protagonist turncoats! Steve’s Trailer: I’m think…
 
Seeing a foreign language film get nominated for Best Picture may have seemed strange for those in the Academy back in the late 30s, but after seeing Jean Renoir’s film La Grande Illusion, it may have made more sense. The film was about World War I – the Great War (if there really can be such a thing) – but was made during the rise of fascism and t…
 
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