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Daniel Herzberg II - Incoming Administrative Fellow - Henry Ford Health System

So You Want To Be A Healthcare Executive?

Dan is an incoming Administrative Fellow at the Henry Ford Health System. Dan holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Western Michigan University as well as a Masters of Healthcare Administration the from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. In addition, Dan has served the U.S. Navy for nearly 8 years.

33mins

30 Apr 2021

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Henry Ford and the Model T

TechStuff

The Ford Motor Company and the Model T transformed America and the world. From 1908 to 1927, Ford would produce and sell more than 15 million Model T automobiles. This is the story of the Model T, Henry Ford and the birth of modern manufacturing. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

51mins

7 Apr 2021

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Henry Ford Academy, With Jessica Rae Sanchez

Charter Moms Chats

Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design is a public charter high school in downtown San Antonio that offers students individualized attention and uses arts education to unlock a broad curriculum that will prepare students for independence and creativity. Jessica Rae Sanchez, Superintendent/Principal of Henry Ford Academy: Alameda School for Art + Design, joins us to talk about the school culture, share updates about their campus, and discuss open enrollment—happening through April 30.

26mins

17 Mar 2021

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The Protocols, Henry Ford, and The International Jew

The Dybbukast

This special podcast episode, co-produced with The Association for Jewish Studies, explores Henry Ford’s publication of The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem, a four volume series containing newspaper articles which were originally published from 1920-1922. These writings were based on – and included elements of – the notorious, fraudulent text “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”Dr. Pamela Nadell, professor of Jewish history and director of the Jewish Studies Program at American University, and Dr. Lisa Leff, professor of European and Jewish history at American University, join co-hosts Aaron Henne and Jeremy Shere to examine the ways in which The International Jew intersected with historical antisemitism and the political forces of the time, and how its legacy is still having an impact today.

34mins

12 Mar 2021

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The Protocols, Henry Ford, & the International Jew

Adventures in Jewish Studies Podcast

For this episode, we joined forces with Theatre Dybbuk to co-produce a special episode exploring Henry Ford’s publication of The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem, a four volume series containing newspaper articles which were originally published from 1920-1922. These writings were based on – and included elements of – the notorious, fraudulent text “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion.”  Guest scholars Pamela Nadell and Lisa Leff examine the ways in which The International Jew intersected with historical antisemitism and the political forces of the time, and how its legacy is still having an impact today.

33mins

11 Mar 2021

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Becoming Henry Ford: How to Create a Content Factory That Drives Business w/Francisco Ruiz

Masters of Content

Big B2B enterprises push out a lot of content. It's like they’ve created a content factory that churns out a high volume of personalized work that reaches the right people. You can do that, too. In this episode, we dive into the nuts and bolts of creating a content factory with Fracisco Ruiz, senior vice president at EMMsphere and writer at Brutal Business. We also discuss: How to pick the right software vendor Tips on deploying content automation software Commonly held myths about user adoption The #1 most important step in building a content factory For the entire interview, tune in on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get podcasts. Find Josh on LinkedIn or send him an email. 

31mins

17 Feb 2021

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Building Modernized Early Broncos the Way Henry Ford Envisioned, Seth Burgett Interview

The JP Emerson Show

From Seth's website:Seth Burgett’s passion for Fords started at an early age when he participated in his first barn find at the age of 9. When Seth was just 12 years old, he started a small engine repair shop in his family’s shed, which became wildly successful. These early childhood experiences sparked Seth’s interest in mechanical engineering and fueled his entrepreneurial spirit.Seth is a prolific inventor and engineer with a solid track record of successfully commercializing industry-first, market-dominating innovations. He has more than 40 patents or patents pending and holds an Executive MBA from Washington University’s Olin Business School, an Executive Certificate in Strategy and Innovation from MIT, an Executive Certificate in Finance from Stanford, and an undergraduate degree from Missouri Science & Technology.Seth Burgett has been consistently involved in production during his career, starting in low volume military aircraft and medical devices to high volume automotive and consumer electronics. By combining his production background with his lifelong car knowledge and passion, he’s changing the way trucks are being restored and now building modernized Early Broncos the way Henry Ford envisioned – on a production line.In 2008, Seth founded the sport headphones company, yurbuds, which was named “Forbes Ninth Most Promising Company in America” and grew faster than Under Amour or Go Pro in its first five years. He sold yurbuds in 2014 and now, the serial entrepreneur has returned to his car-loving, engine-building roots with the launch of Gateway Bronco. Today, Seth is searching the back roads of America and building one of the largest original paint and historic Bronco collections in the nation.Seth is a member of the Shelby American Automobile Club as well as the owner of a 1967 Shelby GT350 barn find and a 1967 GT500. He is an Ironman triathlete, adventure racer, mountain biker and endurance barefoot water-skier. He lives in the St. Louis area with his three active children and wife of 20 years. Website: https://www.gatewaybronco.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GatewayBronco/Twitter: @GatewayBroncoYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo84DzZ-Co4FxFuT2a9ADzw How to contact and connect with JP Emersonwww.jpemerson.comTwitter: @The_jpemersonemail: jp@jpemerson.comFor more podcasts on cars check out Ford Mustang The Early Years Podcast at www.TheMustangPodcast.com or at Apple Podcasts or anywhere you get your podcastsFor more information about sponsorship or advertising on The JP Emerson Show or podcast launch services contact Doug Sandler at doug@turnkeypodcast.com or visit www.turnkeypodcast.com

52mins

8 Feb 2021

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E075: Saving the Timber – Henry Ford’s Today and Tomorrow

Lean Six Sigma for Good Podcast

In this episode, I share chapter 11 of the 1926 book, “Today and Tomorrow” by...

29mins

17 Sep 2020

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Medicine Dog, Airlifts, and Henry Ford

Our American Stories

(Segment 1) Dog Becomes Best Medicine Through Woman's Cancer Treatments, (2-4) What Kind of General Runs the Biggest Airlift in History?, (5-8) Henry Ford: The Father of the Automobile (b. 1863)

1hr 21mins

31 Jul 2020

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30 Sivan: Henry Ford

Today In Jewish History

22 Jun 2020

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