This week, Relic Radio Thrillers features Vincent Price in, Leona’s Room. This episode of The Philip Morris Playhouse originally aired February 25, 1949. Listen to more from Philip Morris Playhouse https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/Thriller771.mp3 Download Thriller771 Support Relic Radio Thrillers
13 Jan 2023
The Art of Storytelling in Business Communications | Vasiliki Papadopoulos, Philip Morris International, Global Intelligence and Planning Manager
The Brand Called You
Storytelling is an ancient art form and a valuable form of human expression. Because the story is essential to so many art forms, however, the word “storytelling” is often used in many ways. Vasiliki Papadopoulos, Philip Morris International, Global Intelligence and Planning Manager talks about the same. About Vasiliki Papadopoulos I am known as a pioneer of ideas. Leading transformative programs and initiatives while fully aligning them with a company's business objectives by leveraging data to ensure success. I thrive in leading change and trying to solve complex business challenges. I am the driver of results, rallying and leading a team to deliver quality work. I have extensive experience and knowledge in communications - be it storytelling, media, crisis communications, public branding, or digital campaigns. I also understand highly regulated companies and environments and know how governments work and how to navigate that. I am a strong communicator and can put together strategic plans in place that are creative and impactful.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tbcy/support
Episode 2: Philip Morris, Vectura and the end of cigarettes?
A look at one of the most controversial takeovers in British corporate history, a business strategy like no other and whether those involved in creating an enormous global health problem - smoking - should be trusted to play a role in fixing it. In the second episode of Business Studies we interview Jacek Olczak, chief executive of Philip Morris International, the owner of Marlboro and the largest tobacco company in the world, on his stated ambitions to eradicate smoking and the cigarette - a product Mr Philip Morris started selling from a shop in Bond Street, London, in 1847. Why did the cigarette maker buy Vectura, a company that makes treatments for respiratory diseases, and why should the tobacco industry be trusted? These questions and more are asked in an episode that raises issues that go well beyond business… Get full access to Off to Lunch at offtolunch.substack.com/subscribe
Ep 2 - Understanding your purpose as a Black Creative ft Ray Stylie & Philip Morris
Black Create Connect Podcast
In this Episode Alicia invites 2 long term school friends ( Ray and Phil ) who have been successful in their creative paths. Ray is a musician and has had features on BET, BBC, The Beat London, Red Box rec to name a few. Philip is the Artistic Director of Trybe House Theatre following a period as Trainee Director at the Royal Court Theatre. His journey into directing began at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre (The REP) in 2015 where he started as an intern. He has worked on plays within the Young Vic, National. Theatre, Royal Court theatre and more. In this Episode they discuss: How we understand our purpose School memories Black men mental health Growing as a black creative - key tips Advantages and disadvantages being black The importance of community To connect with the guests: Ray - https://instagram.com/raystylie?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Phil - https://instagram.com/philipjmorris?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Trybe house theatre - https://instagram.com/trybehouse?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Remember to connect with Black Create Connect on: https://linktr.ee/BlackCreateconnect
#128: Massimo Andolina, Senior Vice President Global Operations at Philip Morris International
Leaders in Supply Chain and Logistics
Massimo Andolina is the SVP Operations at Philip Morris International (PMI) since 2018. He joined the company in 2008 as Director Operations Planning and served in various VP roles thereafter, including VP PMI Business Transformation. Prior to joining PMI, Massimo held a variety of international positions in strategic marketing and general management for Tetra Pak and in operations for R.J. Reynolds. PMI is a leading international tobacco company working to deliver a smoke-free future and evolving its portfolio for the long-term to include products outside of the tobacco and nicotine sector. Since 2008, PMI has invested more than USD 9 billion to develop, scientifically substantiate and commercialize innovative smoke-free products for adults who would otherwise continue to smoke, with the goal of completely ending the sale of cigarettes.Discover more details here.Some of the highlights of the episode:Inflection points in Massimo’s careerPMI’s transformation from a tobacco to an electronics companyFrom a manufacturing-centric to a customer-centric supply chainWhat worked and what didn't in the transformation process Why the ability to learn and unlearn is key to PMI’s transformationLeap frogging supply chain and change managementFollow us on:Instagram: http://bit.ly/2Wba8v7Twitter: http://bit.ly/2WeulzXLinkedin: http://bit.ly/2w9YSQXFacebook: http://bit.ly/2HtryLd
Dealing with Divorce, Talking Through Therapy & Letting Go of Expectations with Philip Morris
OPEN UP with Amira
Today’s guest is Phillip Morris. At the age of 27 he found himself, a young black man, divorced from the person he planned to spend the rest of his life with. In this episode, Phillip shares so openly how he’d grown up being the Head Boy at school, being the friend everyone expected to get married first and how he had to unpack a life of expectations to find out what he actually wanted. In this beautifully honest and vulnerable episode, he also brings a sense of lightness and reflection and shares how these experiences have shaped his relationship now.Phillip is a Theatre Director and has directed productions at theatres across the country including, the Royal Court Theatre, Young Vic, Soho Theatre and his latest production in German Theatre Redisenze Theatre. Some of his recent productions include ‘Sessions’ at the Soho Theatre’ about a young black man who wants to go to therapy before he’s 30 and ‘Bitches’ about 2 female Vloggers, who through the process discover the difference in their privilege. Phillip is also the Artistic Director of Trybe House which is a theatre company working closely with young black men in order to create a space for them to be able to express themselves. It’s a privilege to end season 1 with Phillip’s episode and I hope this speaks to your soul in the same way it did to mine. For all things communication, come and say hi @the_communicationexpert over on Instagram.Want to stay up to date with Phillip’s productions or get involved with Trybe House? Check him out @phillipjmorris and @trybehouse over on IG.
SEA Leadership Podcast E11: Conversation with Naeem Shahab Khan, Philip Morris Malaysia
Talent Talk with Robert Walters
As organisations increasingly focus and proactively act on their Environmental, Social and (Corporate) Governance (ESG) goals and the impact they have on local communities, how are business leaders capitalising on this momentum to enact broader changes? What should talent in the market look for when it comes to developing mindsets and in-demand skillsets to shine in this new climate?Episode eleven of our Talent Talk with Robert Walters podcast in South East Asia features Naeem Shahab Khan, Managing Director of Philip Morris Malaysia, and Ai Rene Tan, Country Manager of Robert Walters Malaysia, as they discuss all things ESG and how Philip Morris Malaysia is transforming itself to create a ‘smoke-free future’. From building trust with employees and stakeholders, and giving ourselves the permission to not know everything, to always ensuring we keep ourselves relevant, and have fun in whatever we do, Naeem’s personal advice and insights are not to be missed.
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