Should I Build or Buy Training Technology and Training Content? | TTMWL Episode 5: Dr. David Rogers — ARMI Chief Development Officer, DEKA Research & Development Corp.
Training the Modern Workforce Live
Welcome to Training the Modern Workforce Live, a weekly series discussing training and talent development solutions and best practices! Episode 5 features Allogy CEO Colin Forward and DEKA ARMI Chief Development Officer Dr. David Rogers and covers topics on whether you should build or buy training technology and training content. Questions include: What goes into the "build or buy" decisions for organizations of different sizes? How does an organization go about evaluating whether to build or buy at each level of their technology stack? If an organization has unique training goals but not the resources to build their own training content, is there a way to build and buy or co-develop content with a third party? We hear people get excited about VR, AR, etc. What’s the return on those high-fidelity formats, and what role should they play in the overall content strategy? What kinds of pedagogy make sense for training as you work? Watch Episode 5 on YouTube! Make sure to tune in live every Thursday and don't hesitate to participate by asking questions before or during the podcast! If you are an instructional designer, training officer, learning & development professional, or just someone who is passionate about ed tech and want to be a guest on our podcast, please send us a message. For more on training and development, visit our blog.
Interview with David Rogers, Global Product Marketing at SAS
Risk Management Show
In this interview we discuss the Risk Modelling and Decisioning as well as the model governance in our digital future. Especially we discuss the impact COVID-19 as a driver to the new operating reality
Ep125: From Scraping Up Cigarette Butts to Editing, Directing, and Producing Emmy-Winning TV Shows | with David Rogers
If you’ve listened to at least an episode or two in the past, then it’s probably no surprise that I pride myself in being a time management ninja. I always say that the great equalizer is that we all have the same 24 hours in a day. But as technology advances and the pace of life gets faster, the expectations of what we can accomplish grow larger. Now with many of us working from home, we’re expected to wear the hat of multiple roles, including assistant editor, IT person, and production assistant on top of our already overloaded duties, all while homeschooling the kids and cooking meals…no wonder we’re exhausted and feeling time pressured! Today’s guest has mastered the art of wearing multiple hats in the entertainment industry. Emmy award-winning editor David Rogers has successfully transitioned from editor to director to producer, all while working on some of the most iconic comedies of our time. His first editing credit came from the famous “clip show” on Seinfeld where he was both assistant editor and editor. He went on to edit on The Office which was where he eventually began directing and producing. He’s also worked on shows such as Newsradio, HBO’s The Comeback& Entourage, The Mindy Project, and his latest project being Netflix’s Space Force. In our conversation (which was originally from a few years back in the Fitness In Post days when David was working on The Mindy Project), David and I break down his path to success (that started with his main job duty being the guy who picked up the cigarette butts off the ground), and dive into what it takes to build and sustain a career like his. You’ll find his passion and energy contagious and come away with a few tips on how to pursue your dreams and manage your time like a ninja as well, not to mention learning how to build the right relationships to make the next major step in your career. Want to Hear More Episodes Like This One? » Click here to subscribe and never miss another episode Here’s What You’ll Learn: David’s favorite superhero origin story and how it inspired his own story. How he learned the editing process from his father. Why he fell in love with editing over other aspects of the business. The exciting story of he got his big break editing the clip show on Seinfeld and how all the pieces of the iconic episode came together. Why being nice is important for success as an editor. How he made the transition from assistant editor to editor. For all you Seinfeld fans, hear the true story of how Festivus came to be. David’s best tip for people starting out in the business and what mistakes NOT to make. KEY TAKEAWAY: Failing is just a First Attempt In Learning. The importance of mentoring and helping others rise up and achieve their goals. How he moved his way up from editor to director to producer on The Office. What he attributes to getting the opportunities he’s had in his career. Time management secrets to being able to edit, direct, and produce all at the same time. Useful Resources Mentioned: David Rogers’ Site [Podcast] Ep59: Making the Jump From Assistant Editor to Editor Ep115: How to Be So Thorough You Can’t Be Denied | with James Wilcox, ACE Ep119: [Case Study] Overcoming Imposter Syndrome, Better Managing Your Time, And Making the Most of This Pandemic | with Ariel Fujita, Kristi Shimek, and Maxton Waller Episode Transcript Optimize Yourself Podcast DOWNLOADNEW TAB powered by Our Generous Sponsors: Struggling With Real-Time Remote Collaboration? Meet Evercast As work begins to slowly trickle in again, perhaps the most pressing challenge we as creative professionals face in our post-pandemic reality is real-time collaboration. Zoom is great for meetings, but it sure doesn’t work for streaming video. Luckily this problem has now been solved for all of us. If you haven’t heard of Evercast, it’s time to become acquainted. Because Evercast’s real-time remote collaboration technology is CHANGING. THE. GAME. » Click here to be the first to gain early access to the new Evercast P.S. It’s (finally) priced for freelancers and indie creatives like us! This episode is made possible for you by Ergodriven, the makers of the Topo Mat, my #1 recommendation for anyone who stands at their workstation. The Topo is super comfortable, an awesome conversation starter, and it’s also scientifically proven to help you move more throughout the day which helps reduce discomfort and also increase your focus and productivity. Click here to learn more and get your Topo Mat. Guest Bio: DAVID ROGERS When David Rogers was 8 years old, he saw Superman The Movie on the silver screen and knew from that point on what he wanted to do with his life. It wasn’t to be a superhero, but rather he was on the path to becoming a Film and Television Director. He shot his own movies with kids from the neighborhood, videotaped Weddings and Bar Mitzvahs on weekends, graduated from Ithaca College with a degree in Cinema and Photography and soon after moved out to Hollywood to make his dream a reality. His first job in television was as the Assistant Editor on Seinfeld and his first solo editing credit was Seinfeld The Chronicle, the clip show which aired right before the season finale. He went on to edit NewsRadio, Andy Richter Controls the Universe, The Comeback, Entourage, and The Office, has directed multiple episodes of the show including the hour-long penultimate episode A.A.R.M., and has directed various other shows including Parks and Recreation, The Mindy Project, The Hard Times of RJ Berger and Friends with Benefits. David currently serves as a Director/Editor/Co-Executive Producer on another show he loves, The Mindy Project, and looks forward to new new directing challenges as well as developing his own projects. Show Credits: This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, and the show notes were prepared by Debby Germino and published by Glen McNiel. The original music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Joe Trapanese (who is quite possibly one of the most talented composers on the face of the planet).
EP 15 - David Rogers: "Businesses are getting really good at gathering data, I just don’t think we’re very good at using it"
Business without Bullsh-t
This week’s episode of Business without Bullsh-t is joined by David Rogers. Having once walked the halls of Oury Clark, David is now Director of Accounting for the aerospace engineering firm, the Ferra Group.With Dominic Frisby and Andy Oury, David discusses the recent impact of coronavirus on aerospace and some of the uncomfortable questions that surround the industry.The three also chat about all things accountancy (what some may call the world’s second oldest profession); how accountancy has changed over the years, the importance of keeping up-to-date with tech, and what the skill-set of an accountant may need to look like in the future.Business without Bullsh-t is powered by Oury Clark.
2.8 Medical Mentorship for Students & Preceptors with David Rogers MD
Rounds to Residency (from MedSchoolCoach)
Dr. David Rogers talks about why mentorship is important in medical school, tips for finding a mentor, and what to expect from the relationship. [01:10] Dr. Rogers’ Background in Education [02:55] How Mentors & Mentees Can Energize One Another [06:23] Mentorship Constellations or Networks [12:34] The Three-Person Team Mentorship Model [18:27] Developing a Good Mentor-Mentee Relationship [21:59] Finding a Mentor [28:28] Unhealthy Mentor-Mentee Relationships Dr. Rogers talks about the reciprocal nature of a mentoring relationship. A good mentor energizes – and is in turn energized by their mentees. Mentees must realize they are integral and valuable to the process. And mentors must take an interest in their mentees, knowing that it is a privilege to guide and spend time with them. Especially during the times of COVID-19, it can be difficult to find a single mentor who is directly related to your interests and background. Dr. Rogers himself recalls struggling to find a mentor who was involved in teaching and education, which was his area of academic interest in medical school. Instead, he recommends expanding your idea of mentorship and seeking out a network, or a “mentorship constellation” of people from various backgrounds. Dr. Rogers supports the three-person team mentorship model, consisting of the mentee, a peer mentor, and a senior mentor. The senior mentor should be contacted only several times a year and can help make big career connections. The peer mentor can work more closely with you. For example, they can provide advice on transitioning from medical school into residency. Finding peer mentors does not have to be a formal task. Instead, you can ease into it without making an official request. You can also ask your dean for help in finding a peer who might be interested. For senior mentors, it is best to avoid asking them directly if they will be your mentor. Instead, ask something like “can I touch base with you a couple of times a year?” This increases the likelihood that the senior mentor says yes because they do not have to worry that you will be constantly pinging them. Dr. Rogers gives several tips for developing a good mentor-mentee relationship: It is better if the mentee drives the relationship, such as setting up appointments or preparing questions,. The mentor should cultivate the medical ethic of beneficence and a strong desire to see their mentee succeed. The mentor should be transparent and should be willing to share their mistakes, as well as their successes. As Dr. Rogers says, “make your own mistakes. Don’t make mine over and over again.” Dr. David Rogers is a Professor of Surgery and Pediatrics, Senior Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs & Professional Development, and Chief Wellness Officer for the School of Medicine at the University of Alabama Birmingham. Sign up for a Free Coaching session with Chase DiMarco, sponsored by Prospective Doctor! You can also join the Med Mnemonist Mastermind FB Group today and learn more about study methods, memory techniques, and MORE!
Getting Techs Into the Industry & Keeping Them There | David Rogers, Shop 4D
Beyond the Wrench
Today we welcome David Rogers to the podcast. David is an innovator in the aftermarket industry. His experience has allowed him to develop multiple businesses to help make life easier for shops. In this episode, we discuss the much needed paradigm shift that needs to take place in the aftermarket industry in order to get more technicians coming into the industry and less leaving. We cover many topics, including: Technician compensation, creating a more efficient shop, communication with your customers, and working with local schools.About Our Host:Jay GoninenFounder & President, Find A Wrenchjay@findawrench.com | 608.512.7330About Our Guest:David RogersPresident, Shop 4Dcontact@shop4d.com
Racial tension and the reality of racial inequity are often unspoken realities in most contexts. On today's pod we're joined by David Rogers who shares his story of coming to see the elephant in the parlor, how God has led him to engage in the conversation, and how he deals with the sometimes negative response he receives from peers. David is a Spiritual Health Advisor with Christ Community Health and an elder at Unashamed Church in Memphis, Tennessee.
How to get FREE Tai Chi Classes, Martial Arts Mindset, Tai Chi & Kung Fu online with David Rogers
Mindset Explosion - Season 3, Episode 18 I chat with David Rogers from Rising Crane, about the benefits of a Martial Arts Mindset and how he has adapted in his 35 years of training. A fantastic martial artist, very humble and respected by many, Instructing in MMA, Kung Fu and Tai Chi. David spent a lot of time training in China and regularly returns to his instructor. David is the founder of the successful Rising Crane Academy and has put together 50 FREE Tai Chi classes on Youtube, as well as Online training in Tia Chi and Kung Fu. Head over to the Rising Crane website to find out more about their FREE classes and how to get on the waiting list for the next intake of online training! https://www.risingcrane.co.uk/
David Rogers is an award-winning animator and teacher with a big laugh and an even bigger heart. We recently had a chance to sit down with him for a few minutes and ask some questions about animation, preferred mediums, the 12 principles, and more! Watch David Roger's award-winning short film!https://youtu.be/ZYQIs3kXbP4Connect with us on social media!www.facebook.com/destinationarete/ www.instagram.com/destinationarete/ www.youtube.com/channel/UCrWgI_dynnb3VEy5PSQdUmAWatch this episode on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ov-JaF-r1oURead the latest chapter of the webcomic!www.destinationarete.com/launchFollow us for more conversations like this one as we work toward our goal of interviewing 20 creators in 2020.Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/3c7bBOpchpf4Bejd4VIBamSoundCloud: soundcloud.com/destinationarete/Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dest%E2%80%A6te/id1323868141
E48 - David Rogers, Candidate for Midland's 142nd District Court Judge
The Vann Cave
He's a Texas A&M Corps of Cadets grad, criminal law specialist, former RNC intern, and practicing attorney. When he's not working, he's enduring a punishing workout routine while listening to 1980s hair metal, and he's ready to become Midland's next District Judge.https://votedavidrogers.com/Visit David Rogers and The Vann Cave on Facebook!