Mark Anderson and Ryan Fey, authors of "The Best Grilling Cookbook Ever Written By Two Idiots", join JT and LeeAnn for an insightful and funny look at how they came up with the book.Mentioned in this episode:nullnull
S1E20: Interview with Mark Anderson, Health Economist
The Mixtape with Scott
In this week's episode of Mixtape the Podcast, I interview Mark Anderson, a health economist at Montana State University. We discuss his time growing up in Montana, his brief stint at Stanford playing football, how he got into economics, cannabis reform, public health at the turn of the 20th century, and the joys of hand collecting data. We also discuss a new course he is teaching for young faculty and students on doing applied research. Enjoy! Get full access to Scott's Substack at causalinf.substack.com/subscribe
S1E20: Interview with Mark Anderson, Health Economist
Mixtape: The Podcast
In this week's episode of Mixtape the Podcast, I interview Mark Anderson, a health economist at Montana State University. We discuss his time growing up in Montana, his brief stint at Stanford playing football, how he got into economics, cannabis reform, public health at the turn of the 20th century, and the joys of hand collecting data. We also discuss a new course he is teaching for young faculty and students on doing applied research. Enjoy!
Mark Anderson on Pattern Discovery Engines - Episode #11
Earley AI Podcast
In this episode, Seth and Chris talk with Mark Anderson about the new field of pattern discovery and its impact on AI.Highlights:11:45 Path to pattern discovery17:15 Eliminating the hypothesis and focus on the data with a Y value30:00 Solving the most challenging problems with pattern discovery40:00 Making sure this technology is only used for good42:15 Identifying a COVID test that is 98% effective within minutes44:30 Pattern recognition processors48:30 The importance of clean data and making the most of the data you have52:00 Best use cases for pattern discoveryLinks:Book: The Pattern Future: Finding the World’s Great Secrets and Predicting the Future Using Pattern Discovery https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07659RJGB/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0About Pattern Computer https://www.patterncomputer.com/Paper: Learning from learning machines: a new generation of AI technology to meet the needs of science https://arxiv.org/abs/2111.13786Contact Mark:https://www.linkedin.com/in/markandersonpredicts/Thanks to our sponsors:Earley Information ScienceCMSWireMarketing AI Institute
Mark Anderson is the founder and president of MGAC, a Washington, DC-based owner’s representation, and project and cost management consultancy that was born our Mark’s focus on three simple concepts: have fun, do interesting work, and make money doing it. Since 1996, the company has developed and delivered full life cycle solutions for its clients from site selection, program development, cost and schedule modeling, design management, procurement strategy and construction oversight, to name a few.With additional offices in the US located in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Seattle, MGAC has expanded its work across the Atlantic Ocean with its recent acquisition of U.K. property and construction consultants, RLF. Founded in 1885, RLF has 100 employees across four U.K. offices in London, Brighton, Birmingham and Glasgow, now places where MGAC can expand its operations.Here’s our conversation with Mark and his view on the industry.
CEO Alteryx, Mark Anderson: Transformation Starts with Leadership
Mark Anderson, CEO at Alteryx, joins Joubin to talk about how he crafted his leadership ethos, which he often compares to a great game of golf. While Mark is currently at Alteryx, it is his foundation at Palo Alto Networks that serves as the bedrock for how he approaches his work. In this episode, Mark reflects on his time at Palo Alto and offers insight that anyone would be wise to pay close attention to; close attention being an essential part of Mark’s ethos, as he says the “absence of a plan” is not part of his DNA. With this mindset, Mark breaks down the deep value of his meticulous planning and how it allows time for each important focus in his life, ranging from work, family, golf, or crucially as salient, when to leave some things by the wayside. Mark and Joubin also discuss their experiences during Palo Alto’s acquisition of Evident.io, how it has impacted Mark’s approach to the gritty specifics of acquisitions as a whole, and more.In this episode, we cover: How Mark used his grit to put himself through college - and the parallel between sales and the game of golf. (3:22) Why “the absence of plan” is not part of Mark’s DNA - and why he is intentional about the time he puts into work, family, and friends. (7:15) Palo Alto Networks: factors Mark considered as he evaluated the company, a look at his recruitment experience, and his 3 non-negotiables for hiring. (12:55) Mark reflects on some of Palo Alto’s wins, including their major stock increase in 2014 and the acquisition of Evident.io. (20:46) More on Palo Alto: Mark talks about Palo Alto’s change management approach and some of the challenges of the acquisition process. (26:08) Mark provides an overview of Alteryx and talks about the joys of being on the Alteryx team - and shares why 2021 became “the year of transformation.” (31:55) Why good leaders should help their teams learn from failures. (42:28) Mark’s advice to the aspiring CEO and his takeaways from his journey thus far. (47:26) Links: Connect with Mark LinkedIn Alteryx Connect with Joubin Twitter LinkedIn Email: email@example.com Learn more about Kleiner Perkins
#107 Mark Anderson- Retired 2 Star General- Resiliency- Leadership
Major General (Ret) was on my podcast today. We talked about parts of his 38 years of service, sacrifice, leadership, resiliency, and why XCTC in Florida 2010 sucked! We also talked about parts of his job that were difficult and life changing moments. Mark is a incredible leader and mentor I was blessed to have many conversations with him during my service and after within the veteran community.