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The McKinsey Podcast, our new flagship podcast series, takes you inside our global firm, and features conversations with experts on issues that matter most in business and management. McKinsey & Company is a management-consulting firm that helps businesses, governments, and not-for-profit organizations realize their most important goals. Topics covered in this series include strategy, technology, leadership, marketing, operations, organization, and the role of business in society.
 
The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who make the world go around. Listen to the maritime professionals sharing their passion for shipping and how they see the future.
 
In this companion podcast to HBO Max’s Raised By Wolves – the dystopian drama series from Executive Producers Ridley Scott and Aaron Guzikowski – the endlessly curious Holly Frey (Stuff You Missed In History Class) invites the show’s creators and innovators from science and technology to discuss the most fascinating questions raised by the series. Whether exploring A.I., religious wars, or space travel, each podcast episode springboards off scenes from the TV show to view the series through ...
 
What’s up Shiproom-mates? Shiproom-mies? Shiproom-bas? Hold on a second, the Shiproom has a podcast?! Join Executive Producers Ben Hawken and Chad Cobain as they take you behind the scenes of the popular web series that features Microsoft 365's Brad Anderson chatting with influential business leaders about today’s modern workplace.
 
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This episode we chat with Teddy Newton, who provided the voice of the mission briefing in both “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and, he confirms this week, “Rogue Nation.” Learn how Newton is inadvertently responsible for matching composer Michael Giacchino with director Brad Bird, how J.J. Abrams wasn’t crazy with his voice, and various stor…
 
Welcome to the 176th episode of the Shipping Podcast. It was some time ago since I released a solo episode. I want to convey the message of collaboration. We must work together to change the profile of the maritime industry. I have been releasing this podcast for more than six years now, and I can see that things are changing. It just takes so long…
 
This week we’re back with the conclusion of our chat with Kris Peck, prop master from “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” This time we get into the nuclear football from the end of the movie, and go through an impressive book of sketches Kris brought along. Plus we hear stories about working with Gore Verbinski, Christopher Nolan, and Rian John…
 
Due to a lack of product and services tailored specifically to meet the needs and wants of Black consumers, their loyalty is up for grabs and offers a huge opportunity for business. There is also a greater chance to meet social and moral objectives. This, according to McKinsey's recent report about the economic state of Black America. Hear Shelley …
 
We’re back with Kris Peck, prop master for “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” Get ready for more Burj talk – everything from the door number generator to Benji’s third arm to the mask making machine, plus we get into the video projector technology utilized for the Kremlin hallway scene and how Tom Cruise cleared the Bruce Springsteen T-shirt. …
 
At the age of six, I wanted to be a pirate. How little did I know that I would meet real pirates in my professional life? Meet Ursula Dockerty, Emergency Response Team Leader at Shell International Trading & Shipping Company Ltd, a Master Mariner passionate about the maritime industry. She is amazed by seafarers creativity and resilience. Without t…
 
This episode we’re joined by Kris Peck, prop master for “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.” Peck talks about how the record store opening of “Rogue Nation” was actually developed for “Ghost Protocol,” making gadgets that wouldn’t be immediately dated, and the abandoned snowmobile sequence (including how the Paramount logo would be utilized). Al…
 
This week, Patrick is joined by Josiah Meldrum, co-founder of East-Anglia based Hodmedods, a company who are known for their UK grown grains and pulses, but who are also pioneers of food resilience, advocates of a return to long-forgotten crops and initiators of innovation in kitchens across the country.…
 
They're the most educated with great expertise. Yet, they remain underestimated. It's the people over 45, a useful cohort that struggles to find new employment, in large part, due to ageism. Hear from Mona Mourshed, CEO of Generation, an organization that trains people who are unemployed, underemployed, or need to learn new skills in conversation w…
 
We’re wrapping up our chat with Ben Rosenblatt, a former Bad Robot executive who worked on both “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and “Rogue Nation.” This week we talk about the scenes they reshot for “Ghost Protocol” (and how a scene in the van was actually commenting on the film’s production), learn what scene Tom Cruise was giggling through…
 
In this episode, you will be meeting a true leader, an experienced Harbour Master, Master Mariner, Experienced Marine Advisor, General Manager and Non-Executive Director; her name is Captain Jeanine Drummond. We speak about the importance of modern leadership, which is somewhat different from traditional leadership, which has been prevailing in our…
 
In episode six of the Sustainable Food Stories podcast series, Patrick Holden is joined by Gunhild Stordalen, founder and executive chair of the EAT Foundation and one of the world’s leading environmentalists and food campaigners. On the eve of COP26, Patrick and Gunhild discuss how the world can transition into a more sustainable food system, and …
 
Once again we are joined by Ben Rosenblatt, a former Bad Robot executive who worked on “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and “Rogue Nation.” This week we talk about getting IMAX dailies in Dubai, what Tom Cruise indulges in (food-wise), and why ILM didn’t return for “Rogue Nation.” He also takes responsibility for putting Eddie Hamilton on Chr…
 
People are quitting in record numbers. Such an exodus threatens to increase labor costs, more attrition and contribute to brand bruising. Leaders can hang on to the best if they give their employees what they want—respect and a sense of belonging. Hear from experts in talent and organizational health, Aaron De Smet and Bill Schaninger on how those …
 
This week we are joined by Ben Rosenblatt, a former executive from Bad Robot who worked on both “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” and “Rogue Nation.” In this installment of our three-part chat we talk about getting started with J.J. Abrams during post-production on “Star Trek” (2009), who they wanted to get as the IMF Secretary in “Ghost Proto…
 
Making maritime your port of call by describing an industry that is global, green and going digital. THE PLACE TO BE. Ley Hoon Quah, Chief Executive, Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, MPA, sounds very enthusiastic when describing the maritime industry. She has seen the potential for our industry to become one of the most wanted workplaces b…
 
In this episode we conclude our chat with Chris Soldo, first assistant director on “Mission: Impossible.” We talk about how, er, tense the first film’s production was, get some great Tom Cruise stories, hear about a Kristin Scott Thomas reshoot, and talk about additional films he worked on with De Palma. Also, hear stories about Amy Heckerling, Ric…
 
In this latest Sustainable Food Trust podcast, Patrick Holden talks to Sue Pritchard, Chief Executive of the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission (FFCC) and a fellow, organic farmer in Wales. On the premises of Fir Farm in the Cotswolds, Patrick talks to Sue about her journey into farming, from her Welsh heritage, to attending Atlantic College,…
 
This week we are joined by Chris Soldo, a legend in his own right and the first assistant director on “Mission: Impossible!” We chart his relationship with Brian De Palma, starting with “Sisters” when Chris was 15 years old, talk about an early version of the movie that would be filmed in the Rocky Mountains, and find a version of the script on a f…
 
According to Patrick Verhoeven and the IAPH, Smart, Autonomous, and Integrated is the signum of a future port. Listen to Patrick talking about what areas the trade association for ports around the world has identified as focus areas moving forward. Bunkering - alternative fuels, which and how much? Onshore power - cold ironing ports Incentives - ho…
 
We have finally made it to the conclusion of our epic making-of chronicle with the release, marketing, and response to “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.” Learn about the various activations surrounding the release (including an escape room!), how well the movie stacked up to the other movies both box office-wise and critically. And find out the …
 
We’re back with the continuing saga of the production of “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.” This time we cover the in-camera mask gag, what they re-shot late in the game, and how they were able to come up with a new ending. Plus, we talk about the movie’s wonderful score by Joe Kraemer and the race to complete the movie before its big Vienna pre…
 
People don't like change. Famous words of the interviewee in this episode, Hans Hederström, Consultant, Marine Consultancy Group. Listen to Captain Hederström and the impact he has had on the development of maritime safety and especially Bridge resource management. We get to hear the story of how the Center for Simulator Maritime Training, CSMART, …
 
We’re launching a new season of The McKinsey Podcast starting this Fall with fresh content.Between now and then, we’re re-broadcasting popular episodes from different McKinsey podcasts. Today, you'll hear about how companies are grappling to make sustainability-focused choicesfrom the McKinsey on Consumer and Retail podcast. Read more > Listen to t…
 
In this week’s podcast, Patrick is joined by Lord Benyon, the UK’s Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at DEFRA. Lord Benyon is himself a farmer and landowner and was a Member of Parliament for 15 years, serving as Minister for the Natural Environment and Fisheries during the coalition government. During the conversation, Lord Benyon shares his …
 
This week we’re continuing our deep dive into the making of “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.” In this episode we’re looking at the movie’s physical production, from elaborate sequences shot in Vienna, Morocco, and London, to things like the opera sequence and the death-defying (literally) motorcycle sequence. Also: get details on the Torus sequ…
 
We start our deep dive into the making of “Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation” this week. In this episode, we go through the movie’s somewhat unusual development process (including a peek at who made up the writers room), what the goals for the sequel were, and the pre-production process, including the selection and hiring of key creative personnel…
 
In episode 170, an interview I did IRL, you meet Frank Relou, Business Development and Commercial Manager, Sea Machines Robotics EMEA, who came to Gothenburg on his business trip. I had the opportunity to sit down with him and discuss autonomous shipping, AI and Internet of Things, among other things. When can we expect autonomous ships? Can the sa…
 
We’re launching a new season of The McKinsey Podcast starting this Fall with fresh content.Between now and then, we’re re-broadcasting popular episodes from different McKinsey podcasts. Like a recent episode from McKinsey on Government where you’ll hear about the imperative of government to build cyber resilience, how the private sector can play a …
 
In our latest episode, Patrick is joined by Nicolette Hahn Niman, author of the recently re-published book Defending Beef. Nicolette began her career as an environmental lawyer and was a vegetarian for 33 years before becoming a cattle rancher and an advocate for the role of livestock in sustainable farming systems.…
 
For this episode, we talk to David Naylor, who produced the special features for the “Mission: Impossible III” home video release. We talk about his relationship with J.J. Abrams, the shot he got that J.J. wishes he had used in the movie, and the insane premiere that had Tom Cruise arriving by land, sea, and air. (It’s bonkers.) Plus – stories abou…
 
The McKinsey podcast is launching a new season with fresh content this Fall.In the meantime, we’re featuring episodes from our other popular podcasts.Today, it’s the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast. Co-host Anna Bernasek is in conversation with Jeffrey Seller, producer of Broadway hits Hamilton, In the Heights, and Rent, about …
 
This week we are thrilled to be joined by Craig O’Brien, the skydiving camera operator for the HALO jump from “Mission: Impossible - Fallout.” Learn everything about the unforgettable sequence, to the type of camera rig Craig had to wear, to how badly Henry Cavill wanted to do the jump, to just how committed Tom Cruise was to getting the sequence r…
 
In the second part of our interview with Greg Powell, stunt coordinator of “Mission: Impossible,” we discuss other parts of his career, including his history with the James Bond franchise, working with Vic Armstrong, what he did on “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,” and his recent collaboration with Jackie Chan. Also: stories about Peter Selle…
 
Welcome to the 169th episode of the Shipping Podcast. I am celebrating six years as a podcaster and am thinking back about how I recruited interviewees initially and how it went from there. I speak about the importance of good sound quality, stubbornness, and support to make this journey a success. Do you want to contribute to my future success? Wo…
 
Welcome to the Droughtlander Edition of the Official Outlander Podcast. Each episode, Showrunner and Executive Producer Matthew B. Roberts will bring on a different guest to discuss the behind-the-scenes magic it takes to bring Outlander to life. In this session, we dive into what it takes to produce a show in Scotland with Producers Guy Tannahill …
 
This week we are joined by Greg Powell, the stunt coordinator for the first “Mission: Impossible!” In this episode, Powell tells us about blowing up the car in Prague (and how it does that incredible vertical flip), shares a story about Tom Cruise getting mad at him (it has a funny ending!), and get into the details of Emilio Estevez’s death scene …
 
Welcome back to Light the Wick, our deep dive into the “John Wick” franchise. This week we are joined once again by David Leitch, superstar co-director of the first “John Wick.” In this installment, Leitch talks about his most recent film (as a producer) “Nobody,” and his upcoming film (as a director), “Bullet Train,” starring Brad Pitt and Sandra …
 
Meet Agneta Dahl, a Certified Master Exercise Practitioner (MEP) and an expert in incident management and risk assessment who actually get paid to create mayhem. Agneta is passionate about the ocean and everything therein. She started her career in medical school, went into research and, like most of the people in the maritime industry, stumbled in…
 
In episode two of our second podcast series, Patrick is joined by Tom Watson, former Deputy Leader of the Labour Party. Tom was also a speaker at The Sustainable Food Trust's 2019 Farming and Climate Change event at Fir Farm in Gloucestershire, during which he shared his health journey. Tom and Patrick discuss challenging orthodoxies around nutriti…
 
We’ve checked back into the Continental for another installment of Light the Wick. This time we are chatting with David Leitch, co-director of the first “John Wick.” We talk about why he doesn’t actually receive co-directing credit on the first film, discuss the differences from the script to the film version, and what his involvement in the franch…
 
For this all new episode of Light the Wick, we’re once again chatting with master cinematographer Dan Laustsen, who shot “John Wick: Chapter 2” and "Chapter 3." This time we discuss the challenges of bloody squibs before moving onto his long collaboration with Guillermo del Toro (set to continue with this year’s “Nightmare Alley”), including a few …
 
Captain John Konrad is THE influencer in the maritime industry. He started the gCaptain, which is currently the largest media outlet in the maritime domain. John is equally interested in changing the narrative for the maritime industry as I am. We agree that we need to work together to create sustainable marketing for and about the maritime industr…
 
Work without passion can lead to listlessness says Joanna Barsh, senior partner emeritus, director emeritus of the Centered Leadership Project, and today's guest. So, practically speaking, how can leaders help their people find passion, when they feel none? What question can you ask yourself to stay engaged at work and in the world? What can leader…
 
In the opening episode of our new podcast series, Patrick Holden is joined by vegetarian cook and bestselling author, Anna Jones. The conversation begins by exploring a question that is on the minds of many, ‘what should I eat to be healthy and sustainable?’. While Anna and Patrick’s responses to the question differ slightly, they remain for the mo…
 
We’re back in the bullet-riddled world of Light the Wick, as we interview the genuinely incredible cinematographer Dan Laustsen, who shot “John Wick: Chapter 2” and "Chapter 3." In this installment we speak to Laustsen about the fun of shooting action sequences, working with Keanu Reeves, the challenges of filming on location in New York City (espe…
 
We are once again joined by the legendary filmmaker, “Are Snakes Necessary?” author and director of the first “Mission: Impossible” film Brian De Palma and his co-author Susan Lehman. In this episode we discuss the unmade prequel films to some of his earlier projects, why he isn’t interested in “Mission: Impossible” sequels, and what happened with …
 
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