In this webinar I will discuss what security culture is, where it belongs in the organisation, and how good security culture can reduce the likelihood of being breached. I will point to research on culture, human behaviours, and how to motivate people to do the right thing.Read more >
For more than two decades organizations worldwide have failed at creating the security awareness we have aimed for. Instead of continuing doing things we already know are failing to give us the results we need, Mr. Roer and his team set out to analyse what the key elements in successful awareness programs are, and what the major reasons for failure are. The research project was the basis to create the Security Culture Framework, a free and open methodology on organizing successful awareness campaigns that creates lasting cultural change. Today, the framework is being used by a large number of organizations around the world, to build and maintain security culture. In this talk, Mr. Roer will walk you through the four basic principles of the Security Culture Framework, and explain how to be successful when building security culture.Read more >
In this 2-part webinar series, you’ll learn potent neuroscience techniques for creating a culture of passion, growth, commitment, initiative, and resilience. You’ll learn the secrets of high-engagement cultures where employees deliver terrific performance, have balanced lifestyles, and avoid burnout.
During this webinar you will learn:
- Potent neuroscience techniques for creating a culture of passion, growth, commitment, initiative, and resilience.
- The secrets of high-engagement cultures where employees deliver terrific performance, have balanced lifestyles, and avoid burnout.
- How to cause insights and ideas in people, so they feel more motivated, engaged and keep momentum.
- The most effective cultural rituals that will bring performance to record highs.
- The questions to determine if your culture is on track or in trouble.
- The 3 things all humans crave and how to build rapid trust.
Banking and Student loan servicing industry is a highly regulated industry with several compliance requirements. Developing an engaged culture yet being compliant can be a tricky line to walk.
Garrett Wilson, Director of Talent and Culture at ReliaMax discusses how they went about building a engaged culture of high accountability and independence; And developing HR policies for empowering employees while being compliant with regulatory requirements and how Engagedly platform has helped them along the journey.
In Part 2 of our Create The Culture Of Your Dreams Webinar series you’ll learn potent neuroscience techniques for creating a culture of passion, growth, commitment, initiative, and resilience. You’ll learn the secrets of high-engagement cultures where employees deliver terrific performance, have balanced lifestyles, and avoid burnout.Read more >
Corning was pleased to have recently sponsored a GEN webinar highlighting the latest techniques for 3D cell culture in cancer research.
The use of 3D cell cultures has been rising sharply in recent years from its initial introduction, over two decades ago. Because 3D cultures more accurately mimic the cellular environment, they can be used to study various forms of cancer by fostering the growth of organoids that replicate key properties of in vivo organ systems or the original tumors from which they were derived.
In addition, many 3D cultures are amenable to large-scale drug screens for rapid detection of phenotypic or genetic changes associated with therapeutic compounds—an approach that opens the door for the use of 3D culture as an integral part of personalized medicine.
In this GEN webinar, panelists discussed how the latest 3D cell culture methods have facilitated breakthroughs in their research projects.
Marshall Kosovsky, Ph.D., Global Scientific Support Manager for Corning Life Sciences, will give a brief introduction into advances in Corning’s 3D culturing solutions.
Ömer H. Yilmaz, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will describe his work on how adult stem cells and their microenvironment adapt to diverse conditions within the context of tissue regeneration and cancer initiation through the use of ex vivo intestinal organoid assays.
Wojciech Senkowski, Doctoral candidate in the Department of Medical Sciences at Uppsala University in Sweden, will discuss his current work, which looks for applications of various tumor spheroid models in high-throughput drug screening for ways to identify novel compounds that target these cell populations
The Impact of Soluble Factors and Substrate on Cell Culture: Media Additives, Growth Factors, and Surface
From basal media with feeder layers or serum to highly defined Recombinant Growth Factors, Cytokine, and Extracellular Matrix there are many ways to grow the same cell type. The choice is dependent on scale, cost, control, skill, and regulatory factors.
You will learn:
- Different ways to grow the same cell type
- The actual material costs of various methods
- Methods used to optimize formulations
Kevin Kelly Graduated from Hawaii Pacific University and for 15 years worked on process scale up and optimization for Extracellular Matrix Proteins, Growth Factors, Cytokines, Antibodies, Elisa kits, and BioCoat products.
Currently he provides applications support for invasion, migration, permeability, transport, differentiation, metabolism, assays.
Cell culture media is required for successful and reproducible research but the catalog is full of acronyms and various formulation tables. Classical mammalian cell culture media formulations are very diverse both in terms of the number available and the concentration of constituents. Additionally, each medium was designed for specific cell types and culturing conditions.
This webinar will cover:
•The composition, characteristics, environmental factors, and additional supplements required to create optimal conditions for growth and productivity.
•Determining the right formulation for your application.
•Serum usage and helpful tips for optimizing your culture conditions.
Brian Posey is a Product Development Manager for cell culture media at Corning Life Sciences. Brian has over 10 years experience in cell biology and industrial scale cGMP manufacturing of both liquid and powder cell culture media. Since joining Corning in 2012, Brian has led numerous innovative technology projects for the media business ranging from customer technology transfer for production scale-up to developing new serum-free media for industrial and stem cell lines.
The new Senior Managers Regime shines a spotlight on the hot topic of risk culture and conduct. Managing Directors of Risk Audit Professional Development, Chris Hollands and Sandro Boeri discuss behaviours in banking and measuring culture.Read more >
Join Glassdoor, BambooHR, AT&T and FreshBooks as we tackle some of the pressing questions around culture and employee engagement. This panel discussion dives deep into the most asked questions such as:
- How do you build and sustain a thriving culture as your organization grows (satellite offices, remote workers etc)?
- What would you say to those who have a toxic culture but do not have top management onboard to change it?
- How much does culture affect your hiring choices? (And how do you hire for culture without discriminating and avoiding diversity)?
If you've been appointed the Keeper of Culture or the Values Cops in your organization, this workshop is essential for you. And if the company culture is dependent on a larger-than-life CEO, look out! Let's talk about making culture a shared responsibility rather than something Human Resources employees are tasked with managing alone.Read more >
A culture of safety excellence is easy to recognise. It’s evident in the attitudes, beliefs and actions of employees.
However, achieving a culture in which every person believes the organisation and its leaders are truly committed to safety as a core value goes beyond compliance-based policies and procedures. Even where robust regulatory systems are in place, “safe” work isn’t guaranteed. Across the globe, the greatest safety performers are organisations that make an effort to understand how their safety system is perceived by the employees working closest to the risk. The feedback drives engagement exercises through which employees are actively involved in building improved processes.
Please join Caterpillar Safety Services Asia Pacific Consultant, Jenny Krasny, as she explains tools to assess your safety culture and, how to move your organisation from policy/compliance-based safety management to safety excellence.
1. The difference between compliance vs cultural improvement strategies
2. How perception precedes behaviour
3. The survey approach used by Caterpillar
4. How to use safety perception survey data for improvement
Many companies want to break down the silos that separate different teams in their organization but find that the lack of a common approach to automation presents a formidable challenge. At Chef, we had that very problem when we realized that, to effectively demo our then unreleased product Chef Automate, we needed to automate its installation. The automation not only had to bring up a standard Chef Automate cluster, but it also had to make it easy for many different teams at Chef to layer on top of it so they could tailor the demo to their own purposes.
In this webinar, Chef technical evangelists Jessica DeVita, Andre Elizondo, and Seth Thomas will discuss what folks at Chef learned about bringing different groups together to create something that everyone can use.They’ll talk about using tools besides Chef, leveraging test-driven development methods, and dogfooding through automation. You’ll also learn how the automation, nicknamed “wombat” is evolving, and why it’s important to implement pipelines early.
Join us to hear about:
- The lessons we learned while trying to enable a culture of automation within Chef
- How avoiding orchestration solved several challenges (and presented new ones!)
- The methods we used when building extendable automation
Who should attend:
- Systems administrators
- DevOps engineers
- Systems architects
Security is not rocket science. Developing an effective and efficient enterprise security program starts with strong culture and risk communication. Ditch the old school security ways and embrace the millennial approach. The pillars of the millennial approach to security are: developing a positive security culture, making secure business processes easy, fostering enduring business relationships, constant communication with executives, and getting the biggest bang for your limited bucks with risk prioritization.Read more >