Growth Is More Than Numbers - Jamie Anderson - Agencies That Build #014
Agencies That Build
Jamie Anderson is the CEO at Emergent Software, an award-winning custom software development company that provides high-quality custom software development, website development & design, mobile & web application development, and more. They value employee development, small business, and client partnerships over sales. Takeaways: “As companies get bigger often they try to do more and more things. I think that is a good business strategy, however, I think you have to be careful not to lose what you're good at.”~Jamie Saying no to a client is one of the hardest things to do as an agency. When pivoting that conversation with a client make sure your leadership is on the same page and be confident in your company direction. The current global climate has driven change, especially in businesses and how they interact with or invest in technology. Having a staffing-based delivery focuses on the technology conversation over how the product is delivered. This simplifies the message and makes your agency more boutique-like. “The growth metric that we are looking at is consistent, controlled growth. What’s important is maintaining our culture that we developed and maintaining the quality for our clients.” ~Jamie Links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamieanderson2/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/jamieand78 Emergent Software website: https://www.emergentsoftware.net Busted Myth: Bigger is not better. In smaller agencies and companies there is more opportunity to impact culture, to lead, to make customer impact than there is with a bigger “machine”. Ways to Tune In: iTunes - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/agencies-that-build/id1533003876 Spotify - https://open.spotify.com/show/04KrB9JKLJ7lxoBZQQpSSH?si=zljWTjmwSK-ht50WPpesOg Stitcher - https://www.stitcher.com/show/agencies-that-build Google Play - https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuYWdlbmNpZXN0aGF0YnVpbGQuY29tL2ZlZWQueG1s YouTube - Full video - https://youtu.be/cNGDROlPauQ
Jamie Anderson and Sara Zajic: Plants and Mental Health
elated: A Mental Health Podcast
Jamie Anderson and Sara Zajic serve as program coordinators and educators at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden. Together, they build education programs that are designed to create a fundamental understanding of botany, nature, the environment and science through guided and self-guided learning experiences Established as a scientific organization, Fairchild has been committed to botanical research, conservation, and public education throughout its history. Fairchild science is a powerful combination of tropical field exploration, high tech laboratory science, computational analysis, and cross-disciplinary collaboration. Click here to learn more about science and education at Fairchild Tropical Gardens and follow them on instagram @fairchildgarden. To learn more about elated, please visit our website at www.getelated.com and find us on instagram @get.elated
#14 - Juggling Priorities, Picking Races That Suit You, Race Specific Training, Reverse Periodization, Polarized Training and More with Jamie Anderson! Management Professor and Master's Cyclist!
The Working Athlete Podcast
In this episode, we talk with Jamie Anderson Jamie is a world class Working Athlete. An Australian living in Belgium, he is a management guru who graduated from London Business School and is an adjunct professor at Antwerp Management School. He's a TEDx Speaker, a stand-up strategist, a husband, a father, a super strong cyclist, a winner of some of the top amateur UCI -granfondo races around the world and an all-round amazing guy. He recently started a cycling channel on YouTube called This Cycling Life, where he interviews some of the top cyclists from around the world, discussing all things cycling. In this episode he shares his journey, how he got back to his childhood passion of cycling after years of submerged neck deep in the management world. He provides some tips on how to balance professional and sporting aspirations along with family life as well as share some training tips. This episode covers: 0:00:00 Intro 0:03:35 This Cycling Life Channel 0:05:58 An inspiring origin Story 0:09:24 Moving away from full-time Management career 0:21:35 What it took to get back to cycling 0:27:17 What it took to compete at UCI grandfondo level 0:35:23 Juggling the three balls of work, family and sport 0:47:14 Tour of Nilgiris connection 0:48:48 Crazy experiences on Indian Roads 0:56:00 Planning and selecting races 1:03:27 Training - Strength training and Polarized training 1:25:06 Reverse periodization and race specificity 1:40:50 Some tips for working athletes Some Links Below: Jamie's channel 'This Cycling Life' Jamie on LinkedIn Working Athlete Community on FB. About the Podcast The working athlete podcast is a podcast with and for working athletes from all walks of life and various sports. The goal is to provide inspiration, training tips, mental hacks, time management and life-style advice through conversations with some of the best in sport, from athletes to coaches. If you think you can benefit from this, please consider subscribing so that you don't miss the weekly episodes in future. Who is a working athlete? Someone working fulltime/part-time, entrepreneur or anyone who has to work to make ends meet and doesn't let being busy to stop him/her from pursuing an active lifestyle is a working athlete. I consider stay at home moms/dads who pursue a sport, as working athletes because homemaking is a full-time job. If you like this, share with friends who could be interested. For the visually inclined, a video version of the podcast can be found here: YouTube Other Places you'll find the podcast on: Anchor | RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google podcasts | Pocket Casts | Radio Public | Breaker
Ep. 28: "You aren't an expert in it all. Team is everything" (Guest: Jamie Anderson of Diversity Travel)
There’s No ‘I’ in Podcast
Sean and Mark follow up last week's COVID centred chat with another conversation that touches on how people and business are weathering 2020 as they talk to Jamie Anderson, Head of Marketing and Communications for Diversity Travel, a specialist travel agency focusing on humanitarian and educational corporate travel. Jamie goes in deep on his wealth of experience working with some of Britain's biggest and toughest brands covering how team dynamics work with outside agencies, how we can take advantage of the way we all think differently, and how to motivate teams remotely in an industry rendered almost non-existent by COVID 19. All of this, in-between way too many travel puns! It is their half-term holiday after all. Sean mentions Jamie's Amsterdam travel video which you can find here. Mark mentions that famous British Airways Advert. And you can check out Diversity Travel on LinkedIn (they currently have a job going if you like the sound of what they do) and Jamie is here. SPECIAL PODCAST OFFER! Listeners get 25% the price off an assessment if you use the code noipodcast when you check out. Visit www.belbin.com to sign up. You can find out more about the 9 Belbin Team Roles here, and order your own assessment here. If you enjoyed this epidsode, please leave feedback on iTunes, or send your feedback, comments and guest suggestions to Mark or Sean@noipodcast.showor send them to us via social media... Also - Sean on LinkedIn and Mark on LinkedIn @noipodcast // Twitter @noipodcast // Instagram See you next week.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/noipodcast/message
The Bulb | Ep 2 | A yarn with Indigenous social workers Jamie Anderson and Larissa Fewquandie
In this episode, Jamie Anderson and Larissa Fewquandie, experienced Indigenous social workers yarn about worker self-care when responding to gendered violence and give practical tips to those coming into the field. In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed. The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia. www.noviolence.org.au For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect. If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options. Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.
Jamie Anderson of Rational Acoustics joins us for a discussion on SPL ( Sound Pressure Level). Many people still have a knowledge gap or misunderstanding in this area, especially when it comes to exposure. However, Smaart V8 and Smaart SPL now have some new features that allow us to monitor SPL in ways not available in the past. Both Michael and Chris have spent a lot of time over the past year researching and learning effective uses for SPL monitoring in various applications.Jamie has been teaching and working in the field of sound system engineering, measurement and alignment for over 17 years. During his career, he has worked as a technical support manager and SIM instructor for Meyer Sound Laboratories, as a system engineer on tour for A-1 Audio (kd Lang) and UltraSound (Dave Matthews Band), and most recently, as a product manager and instructor for SIA and EAW.In the course of his professional career, Jamie has taught more than 350 SIM and Smaart classes, for over 5000 students (!), in over 20 countries on 6 continents. He has been the house system engineer for 4 Montreux Jazz Festivals and 6 Telluride Bluegrass Festivals, has worked with The Grateful Dead, Anita Baker and Louis Miguel Tours, and has been involved in hundreds of system alignments across a vast and diverse range of venues (studio to stadium) and applications (theatre, church, clubs, rock and roll tours, conventions, etc .)This episode is sponsored by: Audix Be sure to check out the Signal To Noise Facebook Group. It’s a space for listeners to create to generate conversations around the people and topics covered in the podcast — we want your questions and comments! Let’s build a great sound community with a place to learn, discuss and reminisce about the “good old days.”The Signal To Noise podcast series on ProSoundWeb is hosted by Live Sound/PSW technical editor Michael Lawrence and pro audio veterans Kyle Chirnside/Chris Leonard
The Winning Mentality from the Olympian Jamie Anderson
The Obie & Ax Show
Today’s episode is with 2x Olympic Gold Medalist and 17x Olympic Gold Medalist, Jamie Anderson. Obie and Ax chat with Jamie about her Olympic preparations, what it takes to be an outstanding female athlete in a male-dominated industry, and her ups-and-downs in illustrious career. Make sure to follow us on Instagram @obieandax, and keep up to date with us on www.obieandax.com
Jamie Anderson (AMS, INSEAD & LBS) - About authenticity, peak performance and fear.
Today we are in day 4 of the Corona lockdown and for that reason we are experimenting with remote podcast technology. It is a bit unfortunate because our guest, Jamie Anderson, has a contagious positive energy. Jamie is a professor of strategy who has taught at Antwerp Management School, INSEAD, London Business School, the University of Melbourne, etc. He is also a public speaker who has delivered 4 Ted Talks. His research is focused on the interconnectivity between creativity, innovation, leadership and corporate transformation.
Crystal Skull 47: Part Time Murderer, with Jamie Anderson
The Indiana Jones Minute
Indiana Jones proves himself to be only a part-time murderer in this movie, and archeologist Jamie Anderson returns to remind us that aliens are cool, as long as they stay in their lane. Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/indianajonesminute Join us online at: http://www.indianajonesminute.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1011918448897040/