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English, Financial News, 7 seasons, 160 episodes, 2 days, 8 hours, 51 minutes
Projectified[TM] is your guide to the future of project management. Created by Project Management Institute, this podcast is for people who lead strategic initiatives and collaborate on teams to deliver value to their organizations. It features dynamic thought leaders and practitioners who share their real-world experiences and expertise to inform, inspire and prepare you for success.
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Personal Branding for Project Leaders

In today’s competitive world of work, career-focused project leaders are learning to set themselves apart from the pack with a strong personal brand story. We discuss branding tips and tricks with: Pascale Sablan, associate at Adjaye Associates, and founder and executive director of Beyond the Built Environment LLC, both in New York City: Sablan shares how she created—and redefined—her personal brand and how it influences her thinking on projects. Jon Michail, founder and group CEO of Image Group International, Melbourne: Michail offers advice for project leaders on building and marketing their personal brand—and the ROI they can expect.Key themes[00:21] Everyone has a personal brand—and can market it[01:46] Conveying your mission and values in personal branding[05:25] Using your personal brand as a guidepost[10:03] Showcasing your value in a changing world of work[11:55] Personal branding tips for project leaders
8/11/202120 minutes, 30 seconds
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Delivering Innovation in Healthcare Tech

Innovation in the healthcare sector takes time—with companies devoting long hours to research and clinical trials while adapting to regulatory changes along the way.  Leo Rapallini at Medtronic in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA discusses how his team upgraded the world’s smallest pacemaker for a bigger share of the market. He talks about how company culture and a passionate, multidisciplinary team helped the organization deliver disruptive innovation.  Andy Molnar at UVD Robots in Boston, Massachusetts, USA shares how the company scaled up to meet a global increase in demand for its autonomous disinfection robot. He also discusses how he sees bots helping humans do more strategic work in healthcare.   Key themes [02:16] Staging development: Starting pacemaker innovation with the Micra VR[06:08] Micra AV: Giving a tiny pacemaker an upgrade[08:25] Company culture, passionate team key to disruptive innovation[12:07] COVID-19 shines spotlight on sanitation across industries[14:13] How UVD Robots scaled up to meet spike in demand[19:06] Robots not taking over—helping humans do value-added work in healthcare 
10/21/202021 minutes, 28 seconds