Human Capital Part 2 | Interview with Paul Chapman of Human Capital on Margin Call
There is a talent gap in trading given the changes in the market. We talk about how someone starts a career in trading today. We also talk about how organizations should be looking to find and retain talent in today's environment. The secular trends causing the talent shortage. We also tackle the challenge of achieving diversity of thought and backgrounds in commodity trading. The post Human Capital Part 2 | Interview with Paul Chapman of Human Capital on Margin Call appeared first on Digital Wildcatters.
Human Capital Part 1 | Interview with Paul Chapman of Human Capital on Margin Call
We explore the history of the talent side of the commodity cycles. From the early days of merchant trading to banking led energy trading and now back to merchant traders and all the events that changed the mix of the participants in energy/commodity trading. We also talk about how compensation has changed over this time and expectations of people working in trading organizations. The post Human Capital Part 1 | Interview with Paul Chapman of Human Capital on Margin Call appeared first on Digital Wildcatters.
Paul Chapman, How Bringing People Together Is Key to Innovation - InnovaBuzz 397
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Paul Chapman, Founder and Executive Chairman of The Australian Turntable Company, which is a 30-year-old specialist world-leading engineering company designing and manufacturing mechanical rotational movement systems. The company's core business is delivering traffic management solutions through space optimization in the residential, commercial mining, and construction industries internationally.Paul has fostered a strong global, quality, and innovative mindset to allow ATC to now export its products to over 20 countries worldwide and be recognised as a leading Australian Advanced Manufacturer. His current roles include strengthening the reputation of the multi-award-winning company as a world-class specialist solutions provider, promoting regional-based advanced manufacturing, and public speaking on innovation.In our discussion, Paul talked to me about:Talking to customers, listening, and taking on board feedback and complaints as a source of potential innovationBringing people together to facilitate innovationThe importance of being process drivenListen to the podcast to learn more.Show Notes and BlogThe Podcasts
What did you say? Let me check the transcript!When you mention media monitoring or monitoring the media you cannot help but feel is big brother listening and watching? The media intelligence industry really is one of the most crucial services that larger businesses and government use to capture the sentiment, the feel, what has been said, and perception of them from both a professional and business level.Paul Chapman is the Managing Director of media intelligence firm mymedia and he gives us an insight to the monitoring world today. You will very quickly get the rift that Nic and Paul know each other well but so much has changed in the media monitoring and analysis world that he once shared with Paul. New and social media is on the cards for monitoring and businesses are using the content very differently.The discussion on the government use of media monitoring is very interesting as it is as valid today as it was twenty years ago. The opposition will complain how much a government is spending monitoring the media but at the same time shoot down the government of the day for not listening to the people. It is an important measure that the government and business put in place to stay relevant and on top of the issues of the day.Lots of topics to discuss in this interesting podcast with one of Australia’s most experienced media monitoring professional. Can small businesses do this? Is there a communications tip to getting the attention of a brand? The different measures that are in place to assess ROI on working with media. Lots to monitor and digest in this one.
AGP#152 – Be Gay Do Akudama Crimes with Paul Chapman
Evan reviews the 2020 anime series Akudama Drive with Greatest Movie EVER Podcast host Paul Chapman. Plus, Evan, David, and Paul discuss Donkey Kong Country 3, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and Hitman (2016) in the Queue. Topics include: killing the real Sean Bean, downloading Danganronpa from the Something Awful forums, and “we’re all dirty cops.”Thanks to Patrick Sutton for editing this episode.Send us feedback at email@example.com!Show notes, links, comments, and more can be found at http://anigamers.com/podcast.
TIC Podcast #104 Paul Chapman - Global Director of Performance Management, BI and Innovation at JLL
The Innovation Community Podcast
Paul Chapman is the Global Director of Performance Management, BI and Innovation at JLL. Among other aspects of his role, he is developing and governing JLL's data and information strategy and roadmap in order to drive business decisions and growth, as well as building an internal community of data analytics leaders.
Big Thanks to my special guest on 93.3 WMMR Friday Night Hair Pair JOHNNY DEE (Waysted/Britny Fox/Doro). We payed Tribute to his close friend & band mate PAUL “TONKA “CHAPMAN guitarist for UFO/WAYSTED/LONESTAR/SKID ROW(UK) R.I.P. . Paul Chapman passed away on 6/9/20. Johnny reflected about his time being in Waysted with Paul Chapman and how Paul’s referral landed him over in the UK and playing with his hero’s, recording “Save Your Prayers” for Capitol Records and going on Tour with Iron Maiden. We revisited the 4 UFO Albums TONKA played on and played “Makin’ Moves” from The Wild,The Willing and The Innocent”. And Johnny dedicated “Heaven Tonight” to Paul from their Waysted album Save Your Prayers. A very touching tribute. Thanx Johnny. I am so glad we could honor and pay tribute to such an amazing guitarist who has left us too soon at the age of 66. My prayers and condolences go out to PAUL CHAPMAN Family and Friends and Fans. His music will live on forever.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Paul Chapman is the Global Chief Information Officer at Box, where he is responsible for leading the company’s global information technology strategy, cyber risk and compliance practices and customer advocacy. Prior to Box, Paul was the CIO of HP Software for HP. Paul also served as Vice President of Global Infrastructure and Cloud Operations and Vice President of Enterprise In this episode, Paul will share his hiring process and describe the characteristics that make a good candidate. He’ll provide insight into the potential conflict between a CIO and CISO, and its necessity in managing an effective decision-making process. Paul discusses Box's requirements for candidates with a strong personal brand, reputation in the market and having the respect of others in the community and why this is critical to the role, as well as finding a good cultural fit. He also shares the ways that Box invests in a number of different dimensions in security to ensure the highest level of security function and structure. Links: LinkedIn Box.com Time Stamps: 01:03 - Paul Chapman’s introduction and background 06:01 - The process of hiring the proper candidate first 08:25 - The characteristic that makes a good candidate 10:32 - Hiring principle to follow when selecting new team members 12:41 - What’s driving compliance and trust under the CIO? 13:30 - “More and more security and compliance functions converging into the one notion of trust. Compliance is such a key component of the value we bring.” - Paul Chapman 14:30 - The pressure to have the highest level of security function and structure 16:16 - “It’s about being forward-thinking, innovative, and constantly evolving our own security posture to be our own best referenceable company in the market.” - Paul Chapman 17:19 - Top advice for other aspiring CIOs
S2E4: The bigger picture of a failed relationship feat. Paul Chapman
The DEEP Show
In this episode, I talk to dancer, teacher, videographer Paul Chapman, about how his relationship failed and what affect this had on him. I feel like this story is relatable to many and it shows us the one of many ways we can handle this pain. Paul is a great guy and you can follow all of his projects:@itspac_@wespillthetea@theprojectpac Enjoy the episode and let me know what you think!Jericho