1312: Radio Star Sean Craig Murphy on 5MU's Switch to FM
SA Today with Jennie Lenman
One of South Australia's most passionate radio practitioners, Sean Craig Murphy, stumbled into the craft thanks to a happy coincidence at 5MU. The SAFM announcer and owner of Australian Radio School has come to adore the medium and has many fond memories of his time at 5MU to share.He joins Jennie Lenman for the station's historic switch to FM after 86 years on the AM dial. Make the switch with us to 94.3FM in the Adelaide Hills. 96.3FM in the Murraylands and 97.1FM on the South Coast and Fleurieu.
Episode 17: Craig Murphy, Director of Performance IT
RDA Central West Podcast Series
IT specialist, innovation expert, cloud computing authority and Director of Performance IT, Craig Murphy, chats over coffee with RDA Central West CEO, Sam Harma in episode seventeen of the Business Leaders Breakfast Series. Recently relocating to Orange to help drive innovation in the Central West, Craig was previously leading the Global Entrepreneur Program for IBM Australia. His enthusiasm for innovation and technology has helped many in the startup and business community.W: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gtmurph/?fbclid=IwAR15sDOziuK2Y7JsIHTn55QdBcx13qObdGd8oe8uQRx2fYqZVIGw_qoLKY8
Join us for an interview with Craig Murphy co-host of the Sydney IoT MeetupIn this interview with Craig we discuss:- Current state of the Internet of Things (IoT)- Some examples of successful IoT projects- What is hype and what is Real with IoT- Challenges and also quick wins of IoT- How to get started with an IoT project and the low barrier to entryFind out more about Craig at:Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gtmurph/Other links from the episode include:https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/Internet-of-Things-Sydney/https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/OzBerryPi/If you like Real IT please leave a review.Have an idea for an episode, guest or have to something to say? Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
155. Craig Murphy, Chief HR Officer of Henley Properties on the Role Of HR in a Modern Business, The Business of People, and Getting Business Transformation Right
The Inner Chief
In this episode, we meet Craig Murphy, Chief HR Officer of Henley Properties on the role of HR in a modern business, the business of people, and getting business transformation right. Go to: www.chiefmaker.com/155 Complete your FREE Career Scorecard: www.chiefmaker.com/score-card Craig’s full title is the General Manager, Customer, People and Culture at Henley Homes, a role he has held since July 2016. He has significant multi-industry experience in telecommunications, mining, steel manufacturing, and property development and construction. Craig is also a Certified Professional of the Australian HR Institute (CAHRI), an expert advisor to the People & Leadership Committee of Victoria University and Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. His expertise lies in HR strategy development and deployment, organization design & restructuring, union negotiation, learning & development and leadership of global HR teams. In this episode we talk about: How employees can bring their unique value proposition to work every day; The role of HR in a modern business; Not forgetting that resources are humans too; and How to absolutely nail business transformation! Connecting with Craig Murphy You can reach Craig via LinkedIn. Books and resources mentioned in the episode The Coaching Habit - by Michael Stanier The New HR Leader’s First 100 Days - by Alan Collins
JoAnne Yates and Craig Murphy on the History of Standards Setting
In this episode, JoAnne Yates, Sloan Distinguished Professor of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Craig N. Murphy, Betty Freyhof Johnson ’44 Professor of Political Science at Wellesley College, discuss their book "Engineering Rules: Global Standard Setting since 1880," which is published by the Johns Hopkins University Press. They begin by explaining what standards are and why standards matter. They describe how and why standards are created, and reflect on the history of standard setting. They discuss the culture of standard setting and how it has changed over time. And they close by reflecting on the meaning of standards in relation to deliberative democracy. Yates is on Twitter at @yatesmemo.This episode was hosted by Brian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Associate Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Frye is on Twitter at @brianlfrye. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Craig Murphy on Career Switching, Internship and Full Time Recruiting
Conversations on Careers and Professional Life
Craig Murphy, Foster MBA Class of 2019, shares his experience switching from a career as an engineer in oil and gas services to a full-time role in management consulting with a general management summer internship in manufacturing. Craig talks about how he prepared for case interviews, and sharpened his behavioral interview delivery.
Radio is intoxicating - Sean Craig Murphy (Episode 18)
Sean Craig Murphy has worked in radio since he was 18. He's worked at 15 stations all around Australia including 2dayFM in Sydney, FoxFM in Melbourne, SAFM, MIX 102.3 and more recently Triple M Adelaide.Sean's twice been awarded Australia's Best Music Personality by his peers. He's also worked in many areas outside of announcing including show producing, programming, marketing, PR, integration and copywriting.Sean gives back to radio too running the Australian Radio School - You can check out the website for more details here!https://www.australianradioschool.com/australian_radio_school_tutors.php