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O IPOG é uma Instituição de Ensino Superior (IES) focada no oferecimento de cursos de excelência que atendam às exigências do mercado e que são fundamentados para a valorização do ser humano, ao enxergá-lo como fonte de riqueza e transformação. O diferencial competitivo do IPOG é evidenciado pelos surpreendentes e duradouros resultados que os programas de especialização proporcionam aos alunos. A nossa Missão é promover o desenvolvimento integral do ser humano, contribuindo para sua evolução ...
 
My grandpa was an engineer at Detroit's WJR radio beginning in 1943. He kept what was considered ''trash'' at the time: the on-air master transcription discs of the radio shows that he liked. He also cut a lot of discs for his own use. I've inherited his collection of over 250 discs and am digitizing and podcasting them. If he were alive today, these are the things that would be on his iPod.
 
Most business podcasts follow a similar format: find a successful CEO and have them tell their story. This is not that show. Zero to IPO tackles real world problems with real world experience, featuring actionable advice and anecdotes from some of the world's most innovative founders. In season one, we broke down each stage of a company's growth cycle on a granular level with everyone from Parker Harris of Salesforce.com, to Julia Hartz of Eventbrite and Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowit ...
 
Artbeats has recruited design expert Steve Holmes of Energi Design to bring you bi-weekly video tutuorials which show you quick tips for using stock footage in your projects in innovative ways. Whether you're a novice wanting step-by-step instruction, or a veteran just looking to expand your creative possibilities, these tips, presented in After Effects, will help bring your projects to the next level. This version is for the iPod and Apple TV, a full resolution version is also available.
 
Math can be applied to pretty much everything in existence, and music is of no exception. Across this album, The Open University's Alan Graham shares his wealth of knowledge on the relationship between music and math, demonstrates many easy-to-follow theories and examples, and performs several pieces of traditional music with his band Betty's Kitchen. This material forms part of The Open University course MU120 Open mathematics.
 
How do you solve your problems? This album follows two facilitators as they lead a 2-day workshop in creative problem-solving, providing a chance to adopt a new approach to the difficulties we encounter in our daily lives. Their reflections on time-keeping and good facilitation provide insight whilst the group tackle problems they’ve experienced at work, using different processes and techniques. This material forms part of The Open University course B822, Creativity, innovation and change.
 
Poinch est le premier portail et télévision musicale multimédia Suisse destinée à faire sortir de l'ombre les musiciens locaux, tous styles confondus. Vous êtes un diffuseur TV ou autre, contactez-nous car tous les reportages sont en format broadcast aussi (génériques inclus)! Soutenez nos musiciens locaux, diffusez les reportages Poinch et bien sûr les musiciens locaux et leurs musiques! :-)
 
The Open University's researcher in volcanoes, Hazel Rymer explains why the Poás volcano in Costa Rica is her favourite, and how evidence form previous experiments there has lead her to believe there may be an environmental crisis - similar to one in the 1990's - on it's way. There have been changes in gravity above Poás, and Hazel talks us through some experiments she will be undertaking in the future.
 
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No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 21 Thursday, Feb 24 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics | Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Jacques Gallant, Toronto Star Topic 1: The government revoked the Emergencies Act this week, 10 days after invoking it. What happens next? And how effective was the Act at ending…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 20 Thursday, Feb 17 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics | Althia Raj, Toronto Star The government invoked the Emergencies Act earlier this week to finally deal with the protests around the country of mandatory COVID vaccination, including those that have immobilized pa…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 20 Thursday, Feb. 10 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Heather Scoffield, Toronto Star | Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star Topic 1: Protesting truckers are still causing gridlock in downtown Ottawa, on the Ambassador Bridge connecting Windsor, Ont., to Detroit, and at …
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 19 Thursday, Feb. 3 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Althia Raj, Toronto Star | Alex Ballingall, Toronto Star Topic 1: The Conservative caucus has voted out leader Erin O’Toole and Candice Bergen has taken the helm as interim leader. Can the party unite? And…
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Eighteen Thursday, Dec. 16 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Jacques Gallant, Toronto Star Topic 1. Omicron: The government warns Canadians not to travel outside the country, are further restrictions coming as this new COVID…
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Seventeen Thursday, Dec. 9 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Althia Raj, Toronto Star | Raisa Patel, Toronto Star Topic 1. As new cases of the Omicron COVID-19 variant are confirmed across the country, confusion about testing and travel mounts. What is the …
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Sixteen Thursday, Dec. 2 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Alex Ballingall, Toronto Star Topic 1. In a surprise move the Conservatives asked for unanimous consent to move the government’s conversion therapy bill through the …
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Fifteen Thursday, Nov.25 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Althia Raj ,Toronto Star 1. Gov. Gen. Mary Simon delivered the government’s speech from the throne on Tuesday. Did the government succeed on setting a new tone for t…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 15 Thursday, Nov.25 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Althia Raj, Toronto Star 1. Gov. Gen. Mary Simon delivered the speech from the throne on Tuesday. Did the government successfully set a new tone for the 44th Parliament? 2.…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 14 Thursday, Nov.18 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Stephanie Levitz, Toronto Star Topic 1: Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole has given Sen. Denise Batters the boot from caucus. Will this quiet the dissent? How is this …
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Thirteen Thursday, Nov.11 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Alex Ballingall, Toronto Star Topic 1. Annamie Paul formally resigns as Green party leader. Who will lead the party as it tries to move forward given the turmoil of…
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Twelve Thursday, Nov. 4 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Stephanie Levitz, Toronto Star Topic 1. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a cap on oil and gas emissions while he was at COP26 in Scotland earlier this week. Wh…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 11 Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Althia Raj, Toronto Star | Kady O’Malley, iPolitics Topic 1: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his new cabinet earlier this week. Who's in, who's out, and what signals do they send? Topic 2: C…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 10 Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star / Stephanie Levitz, Toronto Star/ Kady O’Malley, iPolitics Topic 1: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced new vaccine passports for international travel. What does this mean for Canadians headin…
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Nine Thursday, Oct.14 , 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Alex Ballingall, Toronto Star Topic 1: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to name his cabinet later this month. Will he increase the size of it? Who could be sit…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 8 Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Stephanie Levitz/ Toronto Star; Alex Ballingall/ Toronto Star; Kady O’Malley/ iPolitics Part One: Conservative Party Leader Erin O’Toole and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh have announced formal reviews of their parties' performances in the…
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Seven Thursday, Sept. 30, 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Chattering Class: Raisa Patel /Toronto Star; Stephanie Levitz/ Toronto Star; Kady O’Malley/ iPolitics Part One: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announces he will name his new cabinet in October and Parliament will resume before fall ends. Who is…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 6 Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Guests: Quito Maggi, president and CEO Mainstreet Research, Amy Go, Chinese Canadian Council for Social Justice, Karamveer Lalh, former UCP researcher and Conservative Party assistant, and Kady O’Malley, iPolitics. In this special post-election edit…
 
No Talking Points: Season Two, Episode Five Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Guest: Quito Maggi, Mainstreet Research Chattering Class: Kady O’Malley, iPolitics |Tonda MacCharles, Toronto Star | Alex Ballingall, Toronto Star Topic 1. As the race gets tighter ahead of voting day on Monday, Quito Maggi joins us to talk abo…
 
No Talking Points: Season 2, Episode 5 Friday Sept. 10, 2021 Moderator: Janet E Silver, iPolitics Guest: Marilène Gill, Bloc Québécois MP Chattering Class: Stephanie Levitz, The Toronto Star l Kady O’Malley, iPolitics Today we look at the Bloc Québécois' campaign in Quebec. Polls show the party's support is down, but what's happening on the ground?…
 
You’ve created something incredible, and once it hits the market, it’s guaranteed to change the world. But you’re a rookie CEO and don’t have any experience getting a product off the ground. So how do you get started, and how do you scale? In this episode of Zero to IPO, Imagine it Forward author Beth Comstock and Goodr founder and CEO Jasmine Crow…
 
You’ve built a product that everyone needs. The only problem? They just don’t know it yet. How do you convince potential clients to give you a try? On this episode of Zero to IPO, Floodgate co-founder Ann Miura-Ko and tEQuitable CEO and founder Lisa Gelobter discuss the importance of category creation, product market fit, and brand recognition. Ann…
 
You’ve taken your product to market, and the response is overwhelming. It’s an overnight success — and more people are interacting with your business than you could have ever imagined. What does strategic growth look like from here?? Who should you partner with? And how do you honor your original mission as you expand and take on new kinds of clien…
 
You’ve finally built the company of your dreams. You’re not yet public, but you’re not in startup mode anymore and are hungry for more. So how do you navigate this next stage of growth? How do you refine your leadership skills, and successfully expand into global markets? In this episode of Zero to IPO, Tien Tzuo, founder and CEO of Zuora, and Jere…
 
You’ve prototyped, reiterated, and refined your product—and you’re ready to make your first sale. But first, you need to hire someone who can help you find your client base and close some deals. So what should you look for in that first sales hire? And when you’re a small startup trying to attract top-tier talent, how can you incentivize the positi…
 
Ever imagine what people say "fake it till ypu make it" if it' true?. Surprising enough the world we living has new things everyday. Instagram, snapchat, tiktok are one of the social medias which have great impact the recent society especially who invest alot of time in social media in botth positive and negative way just to impress or for their bu…
 
In this episode we shall have an overview on different facts which reflects on how our friendship among ourselves where some of the facts would enable you to be able in choosing and abiding with good frienship. Don't waste time tap play button to listen the full episode--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. ht…
 
When you're the first to do something as an entrepreneur, and you do it very well, other companies start to pay attention—fast. But what happens when you're suddenly up against businesses a hundred times your size, offering up your product? In this preview of Zero to IPO season two, Zoom's CEO and founder Eric Yuan shares advice on how to stand out…
 
People spend a lifetime getting to an IPO — but what happens after you go public? How does it change your company? How does it change your worldview? And how do you channel all of that change into something much more significant? In our season finale, we explore the great beyond of post-IPO success with Aneel Bhusri, Josh James, Maggie Wilderotter,…
 
This is it. The moment you’ve been waiting for. How nervous is everyone? Why IPO? Why now? In this episode, we talk with successful entrepreneurs about the highs and lows of taking their companies public—and everything it took to get there. You'll hear from Josh James, Fred Luddy, Julia Hartz, Ben Horowitz, Aneel Bhusri, and our very own Frederic K…
 
You have one chance to make your shot. Every eye in the room is on you, there’s no room for self-doubt, and failure is not an option. As your company grows, you’ll go up against the buzzer and face your competition time after time. In order to consistently nail the game-changing shots, you have to learn to enjoy them. In this episode, 2015 NBA Fina…
 
You’re starting to get comfortable — dare we say, content — with your company’s progress. Hate to break it to you: it won’t last. The moment you realize that you’re settled in and basking in your glory should be a clear signal that it’s time to start reinventing yourself. In this episode, we talk to entrepreneurs who have mastered the art of keepin…
 
You always need another (cash) hit. In this episode of Zero to IPO, we discuss the rush that comes from getting an infusion of $30 million in capital, and the despair that follows when you realize it isn’t enough. Fundraising is essential to every entrepreneur’s success, and it can be addictive — the further you get from the last round, the more yo…
 
With every successful company, there comes a moment when things really start to click. But what happens when you hire 10, 20 or 200 new folks a week to handle the new business coming in? How do you inspire your team when you no longer know many of the people around you — at the company you founded? In this episode, we talk with Amy Pressman, Patty …
 
Company culture is hard to explain, harder to build and yet easy as hell to mess up. But here's what we do know: a business cannot succeed over time without a great culture. So, how do you foster the right kind of environment? How can it go astray, and can you save it when it does? In this episode, we talk with Carl Eschenbach, Parker Harris, Aaron…
 
You aren’t hitting your targets, key team members are quitting, and you're being thrown out of board meetings. It feels like your company is falling apart and you don’t know how to hold it together. What do you do now? In this episode, we’ll discuss those "oh shit" moments, and how some of the most innovative founders discovered the will to perseve…
 
In this episode, we’ll talk about the first big win and what it did for the company. You’ve spent half your first round, hired a dozen employees, signed 20 customers. But be honest: Those “customers” were other start-ups, local companies, friends of yours. Then comes a cold lead, a different time zone, your first “mainstream” prospect. It’s the fir…
 
The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and you’ve launched your new company. Sure you’re working from a folding table in your uncle’s garage, but you still call it your own. Maybe you've raised some money. You’re designing a website and recruiting your first employees. But how do you run payroll? And what do you do with lunch receipts? In this…
 
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