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Michael Keogh

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10. Michael Keogh, Stanley X - 175 Year Old Industrial Innovator

Heavy Hitters: The Digital Industrial Podcast

Mike walks us through how his Stanley X team is helping a 175 year old industrial staple, Stanley Black & Decker, stay innovative and on the leading edge of technology advancements. We discuss why they believe an open ecosystem approach is key within industrials, why they chose to build a venture studio model into their orginization, and how they select and screen which opportunities to engage with. 

37mins

8 Feb 2021

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007 How Startups are disrupting the Construction Industry with Stanley X SVP MICHAEL KEOGH

The Silicon Valley Podcast

Michael Keogh recently joined Stanley Black & Decker as SVP of their new Digital Innovation office. He is leading the effort to transform a 175-year old industrial company into a data and digital company. In this role he is responsible for incubating internal startups, ecosystem development, and building new revenue streams for the company. Most recently, he was at Apple where he was the Senior Director of Finance for all of Apple R&D supporting the long-term hardware and silicon roadmap development. At Apple, he negotiated with the Shanghai government on a tax and economic incentive plan with a >$1B benefit to grow Apple’s business in China.   For over a decade spanning his time with Apple and Intel, he held several roles in China, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Before starting in the tech world, Mike spent several years at a large Commercial Contracting and Property Development company as an estimator and Project Manager. He is an angel investor and hold several Board and advisor positions. He also invests in real estate and has built a portfolio of university student housing, as well as some international properties. Mike holds an MBA from Cornell University and a BA from the University of North Carolina. He speaks conversational Chinese and Italian. In this episode, you’ll learn: Is the construction industry prime for disruption? What will the future look like for the construction Tech sector? How is construction Tech and Real estate tech different or the same? What are some areas of the construction that can be semi-automated and automated? What about the advances in the materials used for construction? We would like to give a special thanks to Sonja Markova who is the Executive Director at Band of Angels which since 1994, has invested in over 400 companies with 62 profitable M&A exits and 12 IPOs. Without her introduction to Michael this interview would not have been able to happen Help us out! Help us reach new listeners by leaving us a rating and review! It takes less than 30 seconds and really helps our show grow, which allows us to bring on even better guests for you all! Thank you – we really appreciate it!  Website of Stanley Black and Decker Link to Band of Angels CONNECT WITH SHAWN: https://linktr.ee/ShawnflynnSV Shawn Flynn’s Twitter Account Shawn Flynn’s LinkedIn Account Silicon Valley LinkedIn Group Account Shawn Flynn’s Facebook Account Email Shawn@thesiliconvalleypodcast.com .

40mins

23 Apr 2020

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SV007: Tech and the Future of Construction with Michael Keogh

Silicon Valley - The Investor's Podcast Network

Michael Keogh recently joined Stanley Black & Decker as SVP of their new Digital Innovation office. He is leading the effort to transform a 175-year old industrial company into a data and digital company. In this role he is responsible for incubating internal startups, ecosystem development, and building new revenue streams for the company. Most recently, he was at Apple where he was the Senior Director of Finance for all of Apple R&D supporting the long-term hardware and silicon roadmap development. At Apple, he negotiated with the Shanghai government on a tax and economic incentive plan with a >$1B benefit to grow Apple’s business in China.  For over a decade spanning his time with Apple and Intel, he held several roles in China, Malaysia, and the Philippines. Before starting in the tech world, Mike spent several years at a large Commercial Contracting and Property Development company as an estimator and Project Manager. He is an angel investor and hold several Board and advisor positions. He also invests in real estate and has built a portfolio of university student housing, as well as some international properties. Mike holds an MBA from Cornell University and a BA from the University of North Carolina. He speaks conversational Chinese and Italian.In this episode, you’ll learn:Is the construction industry prime for disruption?What will the future look like for the construction Tech sector?How is construction Tech and Real estate tech different or the same?What are some areas of the construction that can be semi-automated and automated?What about the advances in the materials used for construction?Tweet your comments about this episode directly to Shawn Flynn and the rest of The Investor’s Podcast Community using #TIPSiliconValley.We would like to give a special thanks to Sonja Markova who is the Executive Director at Band of Angels which since 1994, has invested in over 400 companies with 62 profitable M&A exits and 12 IPOs. Without her introduction to Michael this interview would not have been able to happen.Help us out!Help us reach new listeners by leaving us a rating and review! It takes less than 30 seconds and really helps our show grow, which allows us to bring on even better guests for you all! Thank you – we really appreciate it! Books and Resources Download your free audiobook at Audible.Find the best job candidate at Ziprecruiter.Website of Stanley Black and DeckerLink to Band of AngelsCONNECT WITH SHAWN:Shawn Flynn’s Twitter AccountShawn Flynn’s LinkedIn AccountSilicon Valley LinkedIn Group AccountShawn Flynn’s Facebook AccountEmail Shawn@TheInvestorsPodcast.com

40mins

17 Sep 2019

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Did Michael Keogh Save Hitler?

Documentary on One Podcast

Irish man Michael Keogh claims to have saved Hitler's life before he became 'Führer'. Could this be true? Could a Carlow man, who left home at 16 and lived a life of pseudonyms, disguise, conspiracy and war have had such an impact on modern history?

39mins

2 Apr 2011

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Did Michael Keogh Save Hitler?

Documentary on One Podcast

Irish man Michael Keogh claims to have saved Hitler's life before he became 'Führer'. Could a Carlow man, who left home at 16 and lived a life of pseudonyms, disguise, conspiracy, and war, have had such an impact on modern history? (2011)  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

39mins

1 Apr 2011