AMR Origins Series - Episode 12 - Robert Gregory, Ola Henfridsson, Evgeny Kaganer, & Harris Kyriakou
Academy of Management Review Origins Series
***** Article web link: https://doi.org/10.5465/amr.2019.0178 Welcome to the Academy of Management Review's Origins Series, where we ask, "Where does theory come from?" in order to demystify the theory-building process. In this interview series, authors of forthcoming AMR articles discuss how they got the ideas for their papers, and share their process for developing new theory in the field of management. In this episode, Matthew Call and Robert Gregory discusses his paper (coauthored with Ola Henfridsson, Evgeny Kaganer, and Harris Kyriakou), "The Role of Artificial Intelligence and Data Network Effects for Creating User Value."
S1 Ep1 - Real Talk on Bullying and Doing the Right Thing with Robert Gregory | May 4, 2020
I don't usually push anything unless I feel strongly about the quality and messaging. Way before COVID, there was a little girl who often got bullied and teased. She was a little off; didn't quite fit in; was the new girl... It didn't matter if it was a new school. A fresh start often meant a new set of mean kids. That little girl was me. And despite the hardships of my youth, I had unconditional love and support at home. My dad was my biggest advocate and I attribute his humor and love and often misplace faith in humanity for being the person I am today. I guess that's why CatDad and SuperMom speaks to me and why I want to get this book in as many hands as possible. It has bold lines, bold colors and bold messaging. Doing the right thing isn't always easy. Proceeds of Robert Gregory's kickstarter is being used to help send work to his local print shop. Check out the progress and throw in a dollar if you can. If you can't please share it out to your friends. It only takes a click of the button. Thank you. I hope you tune in to this special episode of Lady Geek Live and WildOne Forever with Rob Andersin and Meredith Loughran #bullying #comics #advocacy #CatDadandSuperMom #RobAndersin #RobertGregory #MeredithLoughran Presented by Geek Insider and cross-produced by WildOne Forever. Powered by NSC LIVE TV. Don't forget to follow and share with your friends.
E35 - Borderline Personality Awareness Month with Dr. Robert Gregory
May is Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month! Join us in this fascinating interview with Dr. Robert Gregory. Dr. Robert Gregory is Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Upstate Medical University where he serves as Director of the Psychiatry High Risk Program, a treatment program for youth and young adults struggling with suicidal thoughts or behaviors. Areas of interest and special expertise include borderline personality disorder, addictions, and suicide prevention. He is the developer of one of the evidence-based treatments for borderline personality disorder, called Dynamic Deconstructive Psychotherapy.
28: Robert Gregory Browne Shows You How to Create Characters that Jump Off the Page
Write With Impact with Glenn Leibowitz
Robert Gregory Browne is a novelist who heads his own publishing firm, Braun Haus Media. Rob has been writing fiction for 30 years and has 19 novels under his belt, many of which were published by some of the biggest names in the business: St. Martin’s Press, Penguin/Dutton, and Harlequin. Before he started writing novels, Rob worked in the movie industry as a screenwriter. His thriller, Kiss Her Goodbye was produced for television by Sony/CBS. Several years ago he won the Nicholl Fellowship for screenwriting from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences. The Nicholl Fellowship is a prestigious international screenwriting competition to identify and encourage talented new screenwriters. In our conversation, Rob explains why he decided to make the leap from traditional publishing to indie publishing several years ago, and the blow-out success he had with his first indie title, Trial Junkies. We then dive deep into one of the chapters in his new book, his first nonfiction title: Casting the Bones: An Indie Author’s Guide to the Craft of Fiction. The chapter we pick apart: Creating Characters that Jump Off the Page. For Rob, creating great characters is of paramount importance to the success of any novel, and in our conversation he shares the techniques he uses to write characters that feel real and keep the story moving quickly. He also discusses how he balances showing with telling, his sparse use of dialogue tags, his general aversion to creating detailed outlines, and other approaches he has developed over the course of his career. You can find the show notes to this episode with links to Rob’s website and a link to the Amazon page for Casting the Bones over at writewithimpact.com/episode28. Like Write With Impact on Facebook Follow Write With Impact on Twitter
TAB056: Refusing to Give Up as a Formula For Success, with Robert Gregory Browne
Robert Gregory Browne is the guest on this episode of The Author Biz podcast. Robert Gregory Browne What’s the secret to the success of your author business? I’ve been asking a version of that question to many of my recent guests and I love the way the answer to that single question sets the direction of the show. For today’s guest, screenwriter, turned traditionally published author, turned indie author, Robert Gregory Browne the answer was his unwillingness to give up. To keep persevering when success didn’t fall upon him immediately, the way we all hope it will. Robert kept at it, taking 19 years to achieve his first real success as a screenwriter and reinventing himself a few times along the way. Since becoming an indie author in 2012 Robert has either written or been involved in the writing of a dozen novels. He’s written his own books, he’s co-authored books, and he’s launched a fascinating new project, THE LINGER SERIES, which combines a story idea he had several years ago with an epiphany he had while binge-watching House of Cards on Netflix. In this 53 minute episode, we get into the value of not giving up, Robert’s willingness to experiment and his thoughts on the craft of writing, which he’s expressed in his new book, CASTING THE BONES, An Indie Authors Guide to the Craft of Fiction. Show Notes: Robert began writing when he was 16 and didn’t see his first success as a writer until age 35 when he sold a screenplay to Showtime. He sold his first novel at age 50 and credits never giving up as a chief reason for the success of his author business. Robert explains how and why he transitioned from traditional to indie publishing in 2012. We discuss the LINGER Series – A fascinating experiment in trying to determine if the binge-watching habits people have developed through watching would transfer to reading. We discuss CASTING THE BONES, Robert’s new book for authors. One of the points Robert makes in the book is that the best way to write is the way that works best for you. A discussion of the “show don’t tell” rule beginning authors try so hard to follow. Robert believes “show AND tell” is a better approach for many of us. The value of getting some distance from your work as a way of helping authors to determine if a book is ready to be published. The importance of making connections with other authors through conferences, events, and even social media. Robert shares his thoughts on the benefits and pitfalls of using Facebook as an author. Robert began using the “sign up and get a free e-book” technique that many authors are using to increase the size of their email list several months ago. He shares his experience using the technique. Robert shares his thoughts on what’s working now for authors and the value of publishing high-quality books and building your catalog. Links Robert’s website, www.robertgregorybrowne.com Purchase CASTING THE BONES at Amazon Purchase the LINGER series at Amazon Braun Haus Media website Robert’s Facebook page Barry Eisler’s post on JA Konrath’s blog – Shocking WSJ Discovery: Higher Prices=Lower Volume! Thanks for Listening! Thanks so much for joining me again this week. Do you have some feedback you’d like to share? Leave a note in the comment section below. If you enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the left of the post. Also, please leave an honest review for The Author Biz Podcast on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and mean a great deal to me. They matter in the rankings of the show, and I read every one of them. If you’re not sure how to leave an iTunes review, you can follow the step-by-step instructions here. Thanks to Robert Gregory Brown for joining us this week. Please note that Amazon links are affiliate links. You’ll pay the same price for anything you order, but The Author Biz will earn a small commission. Creative Commons image by aatlas The post TAB056: Refusing to Give Up as a Formula For Success, with Robert Gregory Browne appeared first on .
Authors In Your Pocket on SL - Robert Gregory Browne
TREET.TV - Authors In Your Pocket on SL
Robert Gregory Browne talks to us about his new book Kiss Her Goodbye and his former career as a screenwriter and kids TV show writer. L Peggy Hicks talks to best-selling authors regularly about their latest works and answer questions from the live audience in Second Life. Join them in-world if you want to join the fun.