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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rob Mills. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rob Mills, often where they are interviewed.

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34 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Rob Mills. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Rob Mills, often where they are interviewed.

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Rob Mills: The Untold Story

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Title by Naomi Wales

Think you know Rob Mills? Well, you don't. He has a history he's been trying to keep quiet, but Impromptunes is here to lift the lid on the story you haven't heard.

Song List: "You Think You KNow Him" " I'm a Bad Boy" "Cat Burglar" "The Punishment Must Fit The Crime" I Love You" "He's a Good Knight"

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Cast: Emmet Nichols, Hollie James, Jack O'Riley and Joshua Webb on keys.

Sep 12 2020 · 30mins
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54: Rob Mills // Australian Idol, Musical Theatre And Neighbours - The Career Of One Of Australian Most Loved Personalities

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Episode 54 features the legendary Rob Mills. From starting on the first season of Australian Idol to over a decade of musical theatre shows and becoming one of Australia’s most loved personalities - he has had an incredible career! Rob was so willing to share his knowledge, experience, and wisdom. In this episode we discuss what it was like being on Australian Idol, the importance of self-worth and knowing who you are, the power of storytelling, reality TV, some hot singing tips, and much more.

You can check Rob out at: https://www.instagram.com/robmillsymills

Be sure to also give us a follow: https://www.instagram.com/coachmusicpodcast/

Aug 17 2020 · 56mins
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BONUS: A Conversation with Rob Mills

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In an alternate reality, in a 2020 not derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic, Clare Crawley might already have been engaged -- and we would be getting ready to tear into her cast’s bios and rate limo exits.


Instead, Clare is -- presumably -- single and waiting to mingle, and we’re gearing up for a much different Bachelor summer: no Bachelorette, no Paradise. 


But, to fill the void, ABC will be airing a journey into the show’s archives called “The Bachelor: The Greatest Seasons -- Ever!” which premieres Monday, June 8. Each episode will recap, at dizzying speed, the highs and lows of a single classic season, kicking off with the most successful Bachelor ever: Sean Lowe. 


Last week, we spoke with Senior Vice President of Alternative Programming for ABC Rob Mills about plans for Clare’s season, what to expect from the upcoming greatest hits series, and the future of the franchise as a whole.

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Jun 02 2020 · 38mins
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Rob Mills on Suspending Production and Bachelor Nation in the Time of Social Distancing | Bachelor Party

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We speak to ABC executive Rob Mills on ABC’s decision to suspend filming of ‘The Bachelorette’ and what that means for ‘Bachelor Summer Games,’ ‘Bachelor in Paradise,’ and more (1:00). Then we chat about how Bachelor Nation refuses to self-quarantine, Hannah B. and Tyler C. quarantining together, Madison hanging out with Selena Gomez, and more.

Host: Juliet Litman

Guests: Amelia Wedemeyer and Rob Mills

Mar 17 2020 · 37mins
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Rob Mills And Darren Talk About Assessing And Measuring The Value Of Sports Sponsorship

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Rob Mills is the Global CEO of Turnstile, his new Sports and Entertainment measurement company. If his name seems familiar, it is because he is also the Global CEO and Director of Gemba, the Sports and Entertainment Agency. This is not an accident as Rob explains. The challenges of measuring the value of sports and entertainment sponsorship has been a long term challenge based on the flawed approximation of media equivalency. But Turnstile is a comprehensive approach to valuing sponsorships based on years of experience.

https://www.trinityp3.com/2020/02/assessing-measuring-value-of-sports-sponsorship/
Feb 25 2020 · 36mins
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Sports Geek Replay - Rob Mills

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Sports Geek Replay episode with Rob Mills from Gemba - learn more at https://sportsgeekhq.com/sqr-rob-mills

Jan 06 2020 · 1hr
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Talking Melbourne with Rob Mills December 8th

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Dec 08 2019 · 37mins
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31 // Rob Mills, GatherContent // Content Operations

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Kristina welcomes Rob Mills of GatherContent to talk about his experience as head of content for GatherContent. He talks about what content ops is, not just in the context of his team’s product but also as part of a larger conversation about the field of content strategy. Rob also shares how he handles content operations internally at GatherContent (how very meta).

Dec 04 2019 · 32mins
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Rob Mills: Content Operations – Episode 53

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Rob Mills Rob Mills thinks a lot about content operations. As Head of Content at GatherContent, which provides a content operations platform, he both manages and writes about content ops. So, yes, this episode gets a little meta at times :) Rob sees the growing multidisciplinary nature of content work as a "fun challenge." He revels in the demands of connecting the many ops worlds that converge in his: content ops, design ops, research ops, and dev ops. Rob and I talked about: his background in journalism, data analysis, agency work as a project manager, and audience research at the BBC
how the exact scope of his role as the Head of Content at GatherContent changes daily, even hourly
some of the pioneers in the field of content ops: Deane Barker, Colleen Jones, Rahel Bailie, and Hilary Marsh
the hallmarks of their approach at GatherContent to content operations: repeatability, scalability, systemization
the three pillars of content ops: people, process, and technology
how content ops can help scale operations of any size
the people challenges in implementing a content operation - e.g., helping large numbers of diverse content creators to understand where their efforts fit in a workflow
his efforts to scale up the amount of content they create at GatherContent (and how his 2015 self is hindering the effort)
the challenges of measuring the effectiveness of legacy content
the difference between being data-informed and data-driven - and the importance of trusting your instincts when reviewing content performance
how he incorporates qualitative information, like reader correspondence, in his ongoing evaluation of content
how the evaluation of old content can help you decide where to scale up your new-content efforts
his involvement in the GatherContent product - proofing content, helping with onboarding scripts, etc.
the importance of workflow in content operations
insights from workflow masterclasses he has conducted on how long it takes to produce a "typical" piece of content - 15 hours for a 750-word web page, e.g.
the hazards of underestimating the time and effort it takes to create content, especially when you're scaling operations
how having clearly articulated workflows can help instill accountability and visibility (not blame or finger-pointing) and identify and deal with bottlenecks
how tools like workflows and style guides can make folks' lives easier - by showing them how they fit into the process and clarifying their roles
how the very nature of a workflow can inspire reflection on how to improve it
the growing multidisciplinary nature of content work
how the convergence of content ops, design ops, research ops, and dev ops are creating a "fun challenge" for folks who work with content Rob's Bio
Robert is Head of Content for GatherContent, the Content Operations Platform. He develops, implements, measures, and refines their content strategy and is editor in chief of the GatherContent blog. He is responsible for organizing, producing, and publishing all GatherContent’s educational webinars, books, and assets. He’s a journalism graduate, ex-BBC audience researcher, and former studio and project manager. Robert has written for leading web publications including UX Booth, Content Marketing Institute, Smashing Magazine, and WebTuts. He has spoken at events including Confab, ContentEd, LavaCon Conf, and Content Strategy Forum amongst others. You can find him on Twitter @RobertMills.
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If you publish digital content at any scale, you are running a content operation. It might be a single informal workflow that adds one or two posts to your blog every month. Or you might be running a huge multimedia, omnichannel operation that publishes around the clock. As the head of content at GatherContent,
Sep 17 2019 · 31mins
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The Business of Fun: Rob Mills

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Today's episode is brought to you by Booking Protect: the global leaders in refund protection. 

Check out our 10 part series on trends impacting the live event industry by visiting the blog at www.bookingprotect.com

Come see me and Simon Mabb, CEO of Booking Protect, at the Ticketing Professionals Conference in Sydney on 14 & 15 November. Get your tickets today at www.ticketingprofessionals.com.au

I've been working on a really powerful project with EB Research Partnership and it is spreading around the world. Visit their website at www.ebreasearch.org and see Eli's story. Or, search #comesayhi on Twitter. 

Get my newsletter "The Business of Value" by sending me an email at dave@davewakeman.com

My guest today is Rob Mills, Director and CEO of the Gemba Group. 

I wanted to have Rob on because the Gemba Group is driven by a model of business they call "The Gemba Way" and it translates to "going to the real place." 

We had a great conversation about empathy, getting the customer into the room, change, sponsorship, China, and a lot more. 

Find out more about them by visiting their website at www.thegembagroup.com

And Follow Rob on Twitter

Aug 27 2019 · 52mins
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