Ep. 40 - Ending Hunger. Nourishing Hope Ft. Jim Collins
The Peanut Gallery
For our first road trip we headed to St. Thomas to talk to Jim Collins at Harvest Hands Canada about the amazing work they do in helping end hunger here in our region. What an unbelievable group of volunteers that are doing so much good! We surely left inspired. Hoping you are too as you watch this weeks episode.
It's not an understatement to say that Jim Collins is one of the most influential business writers in modern history. Collins, however, thinks of himself more as a researcher than an author. Each of his books, which includes Good to Great, Built to Last, and his newest BE 2.0, requires five or six years of crunching data before the writing can begin. But what's even more remarkable about Collins is his own background, and how he built a career out of making unorthodox choices.
Episode 5 | Write What You Love with Hit Songwriter Jim Collins
Jim Collins is a multi number one hit country songwriter and has seen success spanning over several decades. In this interview we talk about how he got started as a singer in a band in Texas and what helped him break through in Nashville. Learn more about the 7 Day Songwriter Challenge at https://www.7daysongwriterchallenge.com/
TIP372: Identifying A Great Company w/ Jim Collins
We Study Billionaires - The Investor’s Podcast Network
The Challenge Built to Last, the defining management study of the nineties, showed how great companies triumph over time and how long-term sustained performance can be engineered into the DNA of an enterprise from the verybeginning. But what about the company that is not born with great DNA? How can good companies, mediocre companies, even bad companies achieve enduring greatness? The Study For years, this question preyed on the mind of Jim Collins. Are there companies that defy gravity and convert long-term mediocrity or worse into long-term superiority? And if so, what are the universal distinguishing characteristics that cause a company to go from good to great?
Do you have a stop list? It's human nature to try and solve a problem by starting something new. But it's not intuitive to ask what should we stop doing to solve this problem? This week we talk about the stop list from Jim Collins and how you should consider stopping doing something in order to free up resources or clear blockages in your business. Also we talk about building a stop list rhythm, where each month, each quarter or each year you and your team consider all the things you should stop doing.
Renowned researcher and author Jim Collins makes his second appearance on The Knowledge Project, this time to share a wealth of life lessons learned from his mentor and collaborator, Bill Lazier. Jim recently released BE 2.0 (Beyond Entrepreneurship 2.0), an ambitious upgrade of his first book Beyond Entrepreneurship, co-authored with Lazier and focused on effective leadership style. Shane discusses all new topics with Jim in their follow-up conversation, including what it means to be a mentor and a father, why we should trust by default, why we confuse living a long life with a great life, and the difference between being afraid of risk and being afraid of ambiguity. Go Premium: Members get early access, ad-free episodes, hand-edited transcripts, searchable transcripts, member only episodes, and more. https://fs.blog/knowledge-project-premium/ Every Sunday our newsletter shares timeless insights and ideas that you can use at work and home. Add it to your inbox: https://fs.blog/newsletter/ Follow Shane on twitter at: https://twitter.com/ShaneAParrish
How can I apply Jim Collins’ Hedgehog Concept to Private Practice PT?
Grow Your Practice Podcast
In this episode Chad addresses the root issue of the FAQ: "How much should I expect to grow coming out of the pandemic now that it's 2021?" Tune in to hear how Chad applies Jim Collins' Hedgehog Concept for continual growth despite external roadblocks.
Professor Jim Collins talks to us this week about his endeavours in biodetection using Synthetic riboregulators, which have played a significant role in Sars-Cov2 detection. He also brings us through CellNet, which applies network biology to stem cell engineering.If you are interested in helping The Biotech Podcast please take 30 seconds to take the following survey: https://harry852843.typeform.com/to/caV6cMzGPhoto: Lillie Paquette / MIT School of EngineeringJim Collins Lab: https://be.mit.edu/directory/james-j-collins
50 Jim Collins Flywheel Concept: How to build unstoppable momentum in your company
The Growth Whisperers podcast
Jim Collins Flywheel Concept: How to build unstoppable momentum in your company The Flywheel effect is a concept developed in the book Good to Great. No matter how dramatic the end result, good-to-great transformations never happen in one fell swoop. In building a great company or social sector enterprise, there is no single defining action, no grand program, no one killer innovation, no solitary lucky break, no miracle moment. Rather, the process resembles relentlessly pushing a giant, heavy flywheel, turn upon turn, building momentum until a point of breakthrough, and beyond. Kevin & Brad discuss The Flywheel concept and how to create your flywheel, how to validate your flywheel and how to speed up your flywheel. Then they discuss how to leverage your flywheel, how to measure your flywheel and how to optimize your flywheel.