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Gray Matters with Michael DeVine is a podcast that is dedicated to bringing people together instead of pulling us apart. We are stuck in a bad marriage with our politicians & who else but America's Counselor to guide us to where the answers are, the gray area of the in-between.. Feel like being part of the solution and bringing the country back together again? If so, grab a cold drink and join us in the gray

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Gray Matters Radio Episode 37: Millennials in America: Pains In The A$*, Future of America, Or Both?

I know I am guilty of it but in case you haven't been paying attention, Millennials are everyone's favorite punching bag. By simply asking people what their opinions of Millennials are and you will get many negative answers ranging from entitled, impatient, emotional, sensitive, unrealistic, etc. But what is interesting is that while people acknowledge the negatives first, they will also end that they really are that smart and their grasp of technology is second to none. The truth is that Millennials are a pain in the ass but they are also really intelligent and the future of this country. Just like they have no choice but to adapt to the real world, we have to adapt to them and try to figure out how to develop them and bring out all of their strengths. Who cares who is to blame for them being the way that they are, all I care about is when its time to turn the country over to them....they are ready. Joining me in the studio as always is the Armchair QB Bill Reed to help keep my ego...

52 MIN6 days ago
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Gray Matters Radio Episode 37: Millennials in America: Pains In The A$*, Future of America, Or Both?

Gray Matters Radio Episode 36: Corporate America Doesn't Care About Us But We Can Make Them Care

Let's be honest here, most of Corporate America really doesn't care about consumers or their workers more than they really have to. We wonder why customer service is so bad and why so many workers don't really seem to care about their jobs but all you have to look at is the leadership of that company. Mysteriously the companies in America that make great products, have great customer service, and the people actually like their jobs are companies that treat their people like they matter and understand they have to treat the customer with respect. Shocking concept I know but with the likes of companies like Boeing, Monsanto, and Ford being in the news for killing their customers you have to wonder if corporate america will ever change. They will never change....that is unless we make them change. The American worker and consumer has all the power in the world to make leadership change...we just have to actually do it. So for tonight's episode, join America's counselor and his co-host the Armchair QB Bill Reed discuss the basic steps every American can take to make their employers and major companies start to care. Gray Matters Radio with Michael DeVine is a member of the The Reporters family of podcasts. Join us every week only on The Reporters Network

65 MIN1 weeks ago
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Gray Matters Radio Episode 36: Corporate America Doesn't Care About Us But We Can Make Them Care

Gray Matters Radio Episode 35: Boeing 737-Max A Biopsy Of The American Corporate Conscience

One thing that I always teach my clients is that if we are to solve a problem we must first truly understand what is causing the problem. Because without that understanding we really have no idea where to focus our efforts and what solutions we should apply. No where is that more important than when an airplane crashes and in the case of the Boeing 737-Max, when 2 airplanes have crashed. If you listen to the news, every reporter has become an aeronautical engineer overnight and has chosen to scapegoat the billion dollar behemoth Boeing Corp. Now I know its easy to scapegoat them considering the infamous 737-Max's history of small seats, awful legroom, non-existent bathrooms, and now plane crashes. But as a pilot myself, it would be reckless to just look at Boeing because while surely sharing part of the blame for these crashes, there are other factors that we must look at. These crashes were less about plane crashes but more a systematic problem within corporate America and the calculated risk of gambling with the safety of consumers with the profits of the shareholders. With competition and pressure from Wall Street, every CEO in corporate America is forced to make calculated risks to maximize profits often at the expense of the safety of its consumers. For this very special episode of Gray Matters Radio With Michael DeVine, we invite The Professor Richard DeVine back into The Gray to help us understand how corporate America balances profits with risk and what it means for the future of this country. If companies are pushing the boundaries with safety in the name of profits, what does it tell us about the very government they are paying off to make laws that clearly cater to them? We can't deny that money corrupts and the history of businesses often making questionable decisions in the name of profits have been resoundingly consistent for the past 100 years. Now more than ever, we must take a step back from the political rhetoric and ask ourselves what is the the role of government in protecting its citizens from basic human nature? If we have laws to protect ourselves from human nature than why of all places where human nature is most susceptible to corruption do we think businesses can police themselves? These are all huge questions that we only begin to scratch the surface of in this important episode of Gray Matters Radio. As always I am joined in the studio by The Armchair QB Bill Reed to help me stay firmly in The Gray. Gray Matters Radio is a proud member of The Reporters Network family of podcasts.

54 MIN3 weeks ago
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Gray Matters Radio Episode 35: Boeing 737-Max A Biopsy Of The American Corporate Conscience

Latest Episodes

Gray Matters Radio Episode 37: Millennials in America: Pains In The A$*, Future of America, Or Both?

I know I am guilty of it but in case you haven't been paying attention, Millennials are everyone's favorite punching bag. By simply asking people what their opinions of Millennials are and you will get many negative answers ranging from entitled, impatient, emotional, sensitive, unrealistic, etc. But what is interesting is that while people acknowledge the negatives first, they will also end that they really are that smart and their grasp of technology is second to none. The truth is that Millennials are a pain in the ass but they are also really intelligent and the future of this country. Just like they have no choice but to adapt to the real world, we have to adapt to them and try to figure out how to develop them and bring out all of their strengths. Who cares who is to blame for them being the way that they are, all I care about is when its time to turn the country over to them....they are ready. Joining me in the studio as always is the Armchair QB Bill Reed to help keep my ego...

52 MIN6 days ago
Comments
Gray Matters Radio Episode 37: Millennials in America: Pains In The A$*, Future of America, Or Both?

Gray Matters Radio Episode 36: Corporate America Doesn't Care About Us But We Can Make Them Care

Let's be honest here, most of Corporate America really doesn't care about consumers or their workers more than they really have to. We wonder why customer service is so bad and why so many workers don't really seem to care about their jobs but all you have to look at is the leadership of that company. Mysteriously the companies in America that make great products, have great customer service, and the people actually like their jobs are companies that treat their people like they matter and understand they have to treat the customer with respect. Shocking concept I know but with the likes of companies like Boeing, Monsanto, and Ford being in the news for killing their customers you have to wonder if corporate america will ever change. They will never change....that is unless we make them change. The American worker and consumer has all the power in the world to make leadership change...we just have to actually do it. So for tonight's episode, join America's counselor and his co-host the Armchair QB Bill Reed discuss the basic steps every American can take to make their employers and major companies start to care. Gray Matters Radio with Michael DeVine is a member of the The Reporters family of podcasts. Join us every week only on The Reporters Network

65 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Gray Matters Radio Episode 36: Corporate America Doesn't Care About Us But We Can Make Them Care

Gray Matters Radio Episode 35: Boeing 737-Max A Biopsy Of The American Corporate Conscience

One thing that I always teach my clients is that if we are to solve a problem we must first truly understand what is causing the problem. Because without that understanding we really have no idea where to focus our efforts and what solutions we should apply. No where is that more important than when an airplane crashes and in the case of the Boeing 737-Max, when 2 airplanes have crashed. If you listen to the news, every reporter has become an aeronautical engineer overnight and has chosen to scapegoat the billion dollar behemoth Boeing Corp. Now I know its easy to scapegoat them considering the infamous 737-Max's history of small seats, awful legroom, non-existent bathrooms, and now plane crashes. But as a pilot myself, it would be reckless to just look at Boeing because while surely sharing part of the blame for these crashes, there are other factors that we must look at. These crashes were less about plane crashes but more a systematic problem within corporate America and the calculated risk of gambling with the safety of consumers with the profits of the shareholders. With competition and pressure from Wall Street, every CEO in corporate America is forced to make calculated risks to maximize profits often at the expense of the safety of its consumers. For this very special episode of Gray Matters Radio With Michael DeVine, we invite The Professor Richard DeVine back into The Gray to help us understand how corporate America balances profits with risk and what it means for the future of this country. If companies are pushing the boundaries with safety in the name of profits, what does it tell us about the very government they are paying off to make laws that clearly cater to them? We can't deny that money corrupts and the history of businesses often making questionable decisions in the name of profits have been resoundingly consistent for the past 100 years. Now more than ever, we must take a step back from the political rhetoric and ask ourselves what is the the role of government in protecting its citizens from basic human nature? If we have laws to protect ourselves from human nature than why of all places where human nature is most susceptible to corruption do we think businesses can police themselves? These are all huge questions that we only begin to scratch the surface of in this important episode of Gray Matters Radio. As always I am joined in the studio by The Armchair QB Bill Reed to help me stay firmly in The Gray. Gray Matters Radio is a proud member of The Reporters Network family of podcasts.

54 MIN3 weeks ago
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Gray Matters Radio Episode 35: Boeing 737-Max A Biopsy Of The American Corporate Conscience

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