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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Ford. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Ford, often where they are interviewed.

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19 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Michael Ford. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Michael Ford, often where they are interviewed.

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Reliability Matters Episode 54: A Conversation with Michael Ford about Digital Twin

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Michael Ford and Mike Konrad talk about Digital Twin, its purpose, value, and its future.Michael Ford, senior director of emerging industry strategy at Aegis Software, has more than 30 years working within the electronics assembly manufacturing space. With a degree in electronics from the University of Wales, he started his career with Sony in the UK, creating software solutions as he acquired a broad range of manufacturing knowledge. He spent eight years working in Japan, which provided Ford the opportunity to expand his innovation and leadership on a global enterprise scale.Today, Ford is senior director of emerging industry strategy for Aegis Software. Having worked with specialized software solution providers in the industry, he is an established thought leader for Industry 4.0 and smart factories. He is also actively working on industry standards with the IPC, including his position as chair of new traceability standard, IPC-1782.Earlier this year, Ford's thought leadership on Industry 4.0 manufacturing and development of the IPC Connected Factory Exchange (CFX) was formally recognized when IPC awarded him with its President’s Award.

Oct 29 2020 · 58mins
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Episode 54: A Conversation with Michael Ford about Digital Twin

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Episode 54: A Conversation with Michael Ford about Digital Twin
Michael Ford and I talk about Digital Twin, its purpose, value, and its future.

Michael Ford, Sr.
Director of Emerging Industry Strategy
Aegis Software

Michael Ford has more than 30 years working within the electronics assembly manufacturing space.

Michael has a degree in Electronics from the University of Wales, Michael started his career with Sony in the UK, creating software solutions as he acquired a broad range of manufacturing knowledge. He spent eight years working in Japan which provided Michael the opportunity to expand his innovation and leadership on a global enterprise scale.

Today, Michael is the Sr. Director of Emerging Industry Strategy for Aegis Software. Having worked with specialized software solution providers in the industry, Michael is an established thought leader for Industry 4.0 and Smart factories. Michael is also actively working on industry standards with the IPC, including his position as chair of new traceability standard, IPC-1782.

Earlier this year, Michael’s Thought leadership on Industry 4.0 manufacturing and development of the IPC Connected Factory Exchange (CFX) was formally recognized when IPC awarded him with the prestigious president’s award.

Michael spoke to me from his office in the UK.

Michael may be reached at:
mford@aiscorp.com
Oct 27 2020 · 58mins

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Michael Ford on the Intersection of Hip Hop, Activism, and Architecture

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Listen to the founder of the Hip Hop Architecture Camp trace the influence of the cultural movement from Le Corbusier to his personal, ongoing projects.
Jun 30 2020 · 24mins
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RightsUp - The Impact of Covid-19 on Workers' Rights in the UK (with Michael Ford)

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The spread of Covid-19 has affected many areas of our lives with major implications for our rights and freedoms. The instigation of a UK-wide lockdown has had an especially pronounced effect on our rights, and the burden of this disruption will fall most heavily on those whose livelihoods, health, and security were already fragile. Furloughed employees, those who are self-employed, and those who must now seek social security benefits face an unprecedented level of uncertainty. Today we discuss the impact of coronavirus on worker's rights in the UK.

Full transcript available: ohrh.law.ox.ac.uk/media/the-impact-of-covid-19-on-workers-rights-with-michael-ford

Interview with: Michael Ford, QC (University of Bristol & Old Square Chambers)
Hosted by: Natasha Holcroft-Emmess
Produced and edited by: Christy Callaway-Gale
Executive producer: Kira Allmann
Shownotes: Sarah Dobbie
Music: Rosemary Allmann
May 15 2020 · 34mins
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The Impact of Covid-19 on Workers' Rights in the UK (with Michael Ford)

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The spread of Covid-19 has affected many areas of our lives with major implications for our rights and freedoms. The instigation of a UK-wide lockdown has had an especially pronounced effect on our rights, and the burden of this disruption will fall most heavily on those whose livelihoods, health, and security were already fragile. Furloughed employees, those who are self-employed, and those who must now seek social security benefits face an unprecedented level of uncertainty. Today we discuss the impact of coronavirus on worker's rights in the UK.

Interview with: Michael Ford, QC (University of Bristol & Old Square Chambers)
Hosted by: Natasha Holcroft-Emmess
Produced and edited by: Christy Callaway-Gale
Executive producer: Kira Allmann
Shownotes: Sarah Dobbie
Music: Rosemary Allmann

May 15 2020 · 34mins
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Talking Mindset with Michael Ford

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Michael Ford joins Adam to talk about the importance of mindset and the pathway to action. 

Connect w/ Michael @ Michael.R.Ford1@outlook.com or Let's Grow Together Lexington on Meet-up

Connect w/ Adam @ adam.hires@movement.com or (859) 302-2641

Dec 11 2019 · 32mins
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A Visit with Photographer and Filmmaker Michael Ford

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Tracy Carr visits with photographer and documentary filmmaker Michael Ford about his book and film, North Mississippi Homeplace.

Michael moved his family to Oxford from Boston in the 1970s and spent years photographing and filming his experiences in the unfamiliar state he now called home.  

In 2014 his collection of photos and film were acquired by the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. 

Oct 10 2019 · 38mins
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Michael Ford, President, CGTI Corp.

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He is President of GTCI Corp., a company specializing in assisting small and medium-size companies with market access planning, regulatory affairs, channel partner selection and training in Brazil.

Mike is an experienced business development and marketing executive with global experience in healthcare, life sciences, and diagnostics. He delivers sales growth, profitability and market share by selecting the proper partners and distributors to enter new markets, expand coverage in current markets, promote brand awareness and identify KOLs.

Mike began his career at Baxter Healthcare market analysis and research, operations, and sales for the US domestic market before being promoted to Baxter's Intercontinental division to manage strategic planning, marketing and new product launches for the Medication Delivery division. In 2003, he moved to Sao Paulo, Brazil to head Baxter's Hospital division.

Mike also worked for Thermo Fisher Scientific in the Global Export division as Director of Sales and Marketing for Latin America. Here, he selected and managed new channel partners to increase sales to labs in a variety of market segments, and focused on training and customized marketing catalogs.

Most recently he was with Nova Biomedical as a Regional Manager for LATAM where he established new partnerships and launched five new products into the healthcare and veterinary market.

Aug 24 2019 · 42mins
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The Mississippi Arts Hour | Michael Ford

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Larry Morrisey talks with filmmaker and photographer Michael Ford about his new book "North Mississippi Homeplace." While living in Oxford during the early 1970s, Ford documented rural life in North Mississippi through a documentary film and photography. This book compiles his photographs from that period, including photos of an Oxford blacksmith, a molasses maker and other rural folkways.

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Jun 23 2019 · 43mins
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Michael Ford Jr and Ben Ford of Airpark

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Songwriting brothers Michael and Ben are nearly "Irish twins" - a term I learned during the latest episode of Lyrical. And, as they told me, being brothers gives them an advantage when it comes to songwriting because they know how to be direct with their feedback and work together to make music that they love. They were both in the folk/rock outfit The Apache Relay which enjoyed a healthy amount of success with their "wall of sound" style of music. Michael told me that he wanted Airpark to be known as "...a band that takes chances" and it certainly was a risk in departing from The Apache Relay's signature sound to make the more minimalist groove rock that Airpark started out with on their first release, "Volume 1." Since that first release though they have continued to switch it up with each new single and EP, and as Ben stated, "We have no interest in making the same record twice." Although they tour pretty constantly, they still find the time record intricately crafted songs with lyrics that evoke intense feelings. "Yours Till I Die" is perhaps one of my favorite songs of all time, with lyrics that feel so real that you forget it's even a song when you listen to it. If that doesn't make sense hopefully listening to my interview with Ben and Michael will help clear things up.
Jan 11 2019 ·
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