The Scarlet Spotlight is pumped to be joined by Rutgers alumnus and current RU football wide receivers coach Tiquan Underwood for Episode 80 of the podcast. The 2009 Scarlet Knights alumnus discussed his career On the Banks, his time in the NFL and CFL and his path from coaching with the Miami Dolphins to rejoining Greg Schiano in Piscataway. In an entertaining interview, Underwood also covered the story behind his hi-top fade, and his New Brunswick eating habits. After the interview, Danny and Jon go into the week that was in RU Athletics, whether RU men's lacrosse can break a 17-year NCAA drought and if the transfer portal will help the Rutgers hoops programs. Learn more and stay up to date at thescarletspotlight.com Email - firstname.lastname@example.org Join the Facebook Group - The Scarlet Spotlight Follow the show on Twitter - @scarletspotRU Instagram - @thescarletspotlight/ Follow Danny Breslauer on Twitter: @DannyBreslauer Follow Jon Newman on Twitter: @jonnew
Season 1, Episode 7: "How do I up-skill my team for digital transformation?" with Thomas Sweet, VP in IT Solutions @ GM Financial
Today, I talk to Thomas Sweet, VP in IT Solutions at GM Financial, about: - How he’s turning his QA organization into a unified engineering team - The value of certifications and metrics - Specific tactics he uses to drive continuous learning - Why he doesn’t want GM Financial’s Cloud Centre of Excellence (CCoE) to return his team members Tom’s got a real focus on lifting people up in the workplace. I want to give credit where credit is due, so I’d like to thank our friends at Linux Academy (or, rather, A Cloud Guru), for introducing us. Tom gets into the tactical weeds explaining how he’s doing what he’s doing, which is really valuable, so thanks for that Christophe. Note: Tom’s opinions are his own and do not represent those of GM or GM Financial. P.S. Know who I should speak to next? Drop me a line at andrew [at] networkdisrupted [dot] com. P.P.S. Short on time? I send episode summaries to my email subscribers. Add yourself to the list if you’d like.