Som function – SOM 2015 http://som2015.org/ Sat, 10 Sep 2022 10:25:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://som2015.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/ICON-150x150.png Som function – SOM 2015 http://som2015.org/ 32 32 Maurice Benard with Catherine Hickland and Todd Fisher on SOM, part 2 https://som2015.org/maurice-benard-with-catherine-hickland-and-todd-fisher-on-som-part-2/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://som2015.org/maurice-benard-with-catherine-hickland-and-todd-fisher-on-som-part-2/ Soap Hub called the first part of Maurice Benard’s State Of Mind video podcast with longtime friend Catherine Hickland and her husband, Todd Fisher, incredible. And it was. The promise of more to come in part two did not disappoint. Maurice Benard: state of mind In this episode, the trio dove deep into the history […]]]>

Soap Hub called the first part of Maurice Benard’s State Of Mind video podcast with longtime friend Catherine Hickland and her husband, Todd Fisher, incredible. And it was. The promise of more to come in part two did not disappoint.

Maurice Benard: state of mind

In this episode, the trio dove deep into the history of the Fisher family, from their birth as a life companion destined for Carrie Fisher to her mother’s last words. They discussed Debbie Reynolds’ many charitable accomplishments and struggles as a mother and touched on Hickland’s (Lindsay on OLTL; Tess on Loving and The City; Julie on Capital; and Courtney on Texas) overcoming her worst fear – flying – to build his career in Hollywood. on his own terms.

Todd Fisher: A Lesson in Grieving

Maurice Benard, who captivates audiences weekly on General Hospital as Sonny Corinthos, sat down with Hickland and Fisher at their Las Vegas home. Their home is essentially a museum that pays homage to a legendary Hollywood family – Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher and her younger brother [Todd], tons of entertainment memorabilia, plus Hickland’s incredible career highlights. The host and guests touched on the shadow looming in the room — the consecutive passing of Carrie on December 27, 2016, and her mother, Reynolds, the following day.

Fisher explained how he and Hickland dealt with the loss of his sister. “If we weren’t believers, and that was the end of it, you would feel awful, but if you think about the fact that she was also freed from that awful burden [mental illness]. And it’s a burden. His life has been a struggle. It was a beautiful thing, but it was also a difficult thing.

Along with her mother, the loss came as no surprise as she had suffered a stroke the previous year that the public was unaware of, so there was emotional preparation in place. He was in the room when Reynolds announced, “I have to be with Carrie,” and within minutes she closed her eyes, fell asleep, and never woke up again. He felt at peace. “It was just the most graceful exit on earth. My mother knew how to have an entrance and an exit.

Catherine Hickland: Overcoming Fear

Watching Hickland and Fisher interact, it’s clear that they support each other and share a similar philosophy on life. He admired his wife’s approach to building her acting career on her own terms.

The veteran soap star opened up about how she overcame her fear of flying to take a job as a flight attendant [now referred to as flight attendant] make a living while pursuing his goal of working in Hollywood. By chance, the airline was looking for a hostess to represent them in an advertisement [‘Fly Me’ advertising campaign]. She auditioned and won the role, earning her a spot in the Screen Actors Guild. His advice to others is, “No matter what road you take, what’s meant to happen will happen, as long as you do the work.” As long as you have your eye on the prize, it will happen if it’s meant to.

Benard, Fisher and Hickland had so much more to share about mental health and Reynolds’ many charitable contributions, including fundraising and co-founding The Thalians, a mental health facility at Cedars Sinai Hospital. Fisher opened up about growing up as one of the “three compadres,” growing up as Carrie’s younger brother, and his mother’s fierce strength in the face of adversity. Watch the gripping interview in full here.

Benard revealed how the couple helped him through one of his darkest times and how grateful he was. Part of State Of Mind’s success is Benard’s empathy for his guests. His own experiences, shared in his hit memoir Nothing General About It: How Love (and Lithium) Saved Me On and Off General Hospitalgives her a unique base from which others can share their stories and help others along the way.

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Beyond the Classroom: How I’ve Applied SOM Learnings Throughout My Career https://som2015.org/beyond-the-classroom-how-ive-applied-som-learnings-throughout-my-career/ Thu, 18 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://som2015.org/beyond-the-classroom-how-ive-applied-som-learnings-throughout-my-career/ It’s been 21 years since I got my MBA from the Yale School of Management, where I finished with concentrations in strategy and marketing (because we had concentrations back then!). Since then, I’ve stayed connected to the school through meetings, judging a business case competition, and most recently through Yale’s Women on Boards executive education […]]]>

It’s been 21 years since I got my MBA from the Yale School of Management, where I finished with concentrations in strategy and marketing (because we had concentrations back then!). Since then, I’ve stayed connected to the school through meetings, judging a business case competition, and most recently through Yale’s Women on Boards executive education program.

Over the past two decades, I have applied my education to a rewarding career. After leaving SOM, I spent five years in credit card product strategy and marketing at American Express, thanks to a SOM summer internship. I then spent 10 years at Mastercard, where I developed and launched small business credit card products in the United States, Latin America and Asia.

In 2015, I left the payments industry to join a fertility company as Managing Director of Financial Services. I then moved back into payments, and in my most recent position was senior vice president of payment networks and strategic partnerships at Synchrony, a financial services company. And along the way, I learned to fly, becoming a private pilot with over 350 hours, which I’ve used to explore 12 states from the air…so far.

Of course, my SOM classes contributed to my success. But beyond that, my experiences at Yale taught me three life lessons that I have applied throughout my career:

  • Never stop learning: At SOM, I learned the importance of keeping an eye on the future, anticipating change and driving innovation to grow a business and beat the competition. This mindset has been crucial in product development. For example, at Mastercard, I developed various products, some of which monetized Mastercard’s vast data reserves. It was innovative and unusual in 2011, way ahead of its time. And it paid off: we grew a product suite’s revenue by 100% year-on-year.

    Learning can come from many sources. When I returned to campus in 2018 with a fellow Synchrony executive and Yale alumnus to judge a SOM business competition, I was inspired by the teams’ creativity and professional presentations. And I learned by playing the role of a potential investor how to evaluate potential products and businesses from their point of view. Plus, it was rewarding to give back to the students and the school.

    I also continued to learn as a pilot, not just in the sky, but lessons that translate into corporate leadership: Develop a plan, but consider possible obstacles and challenges that might mean you need of a plan B. Keep a vision in mind, but don’t forget the details. Stay focused, but aware of your surroundings and other people in them. Manage multiple activities, but know at a glance which are crucial and which are not. Keep your goal in mind, but be flexible about how to achieve it. Don’t let fear hold you back. Everything applicable in the cockpit and in leadership positions!

  • Say yes to new opportunities: While my MBA focused on marketing and strategy, over the past two decades I’ve worked for six different companies in multiple roles with different goals. In some cases, I jumped into new areas. But each time I made a change, I found the benefits outweighed the risks. I gained experience and expanded my expertise by immersing myself in small business products; leading the ideation, development, commercialization and launch of numerous products; and the creation of strategic partnerships with major customers to generate orders of magnitude increase in profitability. All because I said yes!

    Here’s a great example: In 2015, when my career was focused on payments, I embarked on what would become one of my most rewarding experiences: leading the financial services business unit at Integremed Fertility, the most large network of fertility centers in North America. Compared to other industries, fertility can be deeply emotionally fulfilling: new parents would bring their babies to the office and we would cry together over the miracle of this new little life! So far no one has come into my office to thank me and cry over an innovative new credit card. I guess there is still time…! But beyond the emotional fulfillment, I learned how to manage a business unit, including everything from customer service to product operations to accounts payable. And I managed a P&L of $300 million. I will never regret taking on this role and the opportunities and ideas it gave me.

  • Stay connected and make connections for others: This is one of the many things I learned from Senior Associate Dean Jeff Sonnenfeld when I took his course in 2001, and he reinforced both of these points when he hosted the recent Women on Boards program, drawing leveraged the insights gained through its strong network to ask some of the deepest questions our country, our economy, and our world need. The Board course involved women from multiple countries, industries and backgrounds, all eager to contribute through service on boards. We learned from Jeff and other instructors and speakers, including one of my idols, Indra Nooyi ’80. The connections we made were meaningful and lasting.

    Finally, while at Yale, I co-led an MBA for Women group that allowed me to build relationships and help open doors for other female students, and ignited my passion for advocacy. diversity, especially for women in the workplace. I applied that experience to Mastercard, where I founded and co-led the company’s first employee resource group, the Women’s Leadership Network. In eight years, the network has spread to several countries with more than 1,600 members. It has been an honor to play a role in connecting so many great women leaders.

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LEI vs SOM Dream11 prediction, fantasy cricket tips, game 11, pitch report and injury updates for game 36 of Royal London One-Day Cup 2022 https://som2015.org/lei-vs-som-dream11-prediction-fantasy-cricket-tips-game-11-pitch-report-and-injury-updates-for-game-36-of-royal-london-one-day-cup-2022/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://som2015.org/lei-vs-som-dream11-prediction-fantasy-cricket-tips-game-11-pitch-report-and-injury-updates-for-game-36-of-royal-london-one-day-cup-2022/ Insight: Leicestershire will face Somerset in the 36th match of the Royal London One-Day Cup 2022, at Grace Road in Leicester. Leicestershire head into this fixture with a loss to Sussex in their previous game. Somerset, on the other side, are heading into this game as well with a loss to Durham in their last […]]]>

Insight:

Leicestershire will face Somerset in the 36th match of the Royal London One-Day Cup 2022, at Grace Road in Leicester. Leicestershire head into this fixture with a loss to Sussex in their previous game. Somerset, on the other side, are heading into this game as well with a loss to Durham in their last game. Now, both teams will be looking to make a comeback in this game and find their way back to winning ways. It promises to be an exciting game as in-form Leicestershire battle it out for victory against struggling Somerset.

Match details:

Leicestershire v Somerset, Match 36

Venue: Grace Road, Leicester, England

Date and hour : August 12, at 3:30 p.m. IST and 11:00 a.m. local time

Live broadcast : FanCode

LEI vs SOM, match 36, pitch report:

Batters generally benefit from the Grace Road surface in Leicester as they will receive good value for their shots. At first the batters should have it easy, and as the game progresses the bowlers should start to shine.

Injury News:

(will be added when there is an update)



LEI vs SOM, Match 36 Probable Playing XIs:

Leicestershire

Nick Welch, Rishi Patel, Louis Kimber, Lewis Hill(c), Arron Lilley, Wiaan Mulder, Harry Swindells(wk), Tom Scriven, Roman Walker, Chris Wright, Beuran Hendricks

Somerset

Matt Renshaw, Steven Davies(wk), Lewis Goldsworthy, James Hildreth, George Bartlett, James Rew, Ben Green(c), Kasey Aldridge, Alfie Ogborne, Jack Brooks, Sonny Baker


Top picks for LEI vs SOM Dream11 match:

Top Picks – Leicestershire

Wian Mulder:

He will be a crucial choice. He made 214 runs in 3 games at an average of 214.

Beuran Hendricks:

He will be a key player. He scalped 6 wickets in 3 games at an economy rate of 5.74.

Top Picks – Somerset

Sonny Baker:

He will play a key role with the ball. He scalped 6 wickets in 2 games at an economy rate of 6.76.

Ben Green:

It will be a critical selection. He broke 184 points in 3 games at an average of 61.33.


The must picks for LEI vs SOM Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:


Suggestion to play XI No.1 for LEI vs SOM Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

James Rew, Aaron Lilley(c), Matt Renshaw(vc), Nick Welch, Ben Green, Wiaan Mulder, Tom Scriven, Kasey Aldridge, Beuran Hendricks, Jack Brooks, Craig Wright

Suggestion to play XI #2 for LEI vs SOM Dream11 Fantasy Cricket:

Lewis Hill, Aaron Lilley, Nick Welch, Louis Kimber, Ben Green(vc), Wiaan Mulder(c), Tom Scriven, Lewis Goldsworthy, Beuran Hendricks, Jack Brooks, Sonny Baker

The Dream11 prediction for the 2022 Royal London One-Day Cup is between Leicestershire (LEI) and Somerset (SOM) with Wiaan Mulder as captain and Ben Green as vice-captain.

Today Likely winners LEI vs SOM:

Leicestershire should win this game.

Note: Updated Fantasy Teams and Playing XIs of each match will be provided on our telegram channel if the information is available.
Disclaimer: This team is based on the author’s understanding, analysis and instinct. When selecting your team, consider the mentioned points and make your own decision.
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‘wild mile chicago’ is a floating eco-park near SOM and urban rivers https://som2015.org/wild-mile-chicago-is-a-floating-eco-park-near-som-and-urban-rivers/ Wed, 10 Aug 2022 18:38:30 +0000 https://som2015.org/wild-mile-chicago-is-a-floating-eco-park-near-som-and-urban-rivers/ the first phase of “wild mile” opens to the public Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) joined forces with the non-profit organization Urban Rivers to build the first phase of a floating eco-park nicknamed the “Wild Mile” on the chicago river. Composed of winding wooden walkways and lush vegetation, the 139 m² green hub serves both […]]]>

the first phase of “wild mile” opens to the public

Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) joined forces with the non-profit organization Urban Rivers to build the first phase of a floating eco-park nicknamed the “Wild Mile” on the chicago river. Composed of winding wooden walkways and lush vegetation, the 139 m² green hub serves both as a regenerative urban ecosystem reintroducing wildlife to the industrialized canal and as a public space promoting education, recreation and strengthening community ties.

Initiated in 2016 and completed in 2021, the eco-park was officially opened for use in June 2022. The next phase will see the addition of a 122-metre-long waterfront’with a series of floating gardens, forests with public walkways, kayak docks and other amenities […] designed to restore the river as a public good,’ writes SOM.

all the pictures © David Burk

restore biodiversity, elevate social connectedness

To restore biodiversity and ecological growth to this strip of the Chicago River, the crew at Urban Rivers strategically laid out a planting design simulating a riparian ecology. Together with a specialist from the Chicago Botanic Garden, the nonprofit group included 60 native plants that thrive in aquatic environments and flora that boost pollination and nesting birds like swamp blazing star, willow America and the button.

In addition, kayak tours organized by the Shedd Aquarium help visitors learn about the regeneration processes enabled by this ecological planting program, namely reoxygenation and bioremediation.

SOM and Urban Rivers are building a floating eco-park that winds through the Chicago River

the first phase of the ‘Wild Mile’ eco-park opened in June 2022

In addition to the landscaping, the wooden walkway made by SOM (see more here) as a zigzag composition of aluminum frames and dock floats supporting wooden walkways made of Kebony, a chemically modified wood. Designed as a modular structure, the walkway will be replicated for the upcoming construction phase.

Beyond its ecological function, the ‘Wild Mile’ project has a strong social program for the Chicago community. ‘Making the most of its proximity to over 40 schools and colleges, the Wild Mile incorporates rich educational and community programming. These include a volunteer-led, technology-driven initiative, River Rangers, which recruits “citizen scientists” to document and provide regular reports on reintroduced plants and wildlife,” SOM sharing.

“Since then, the project has evolved into a collaboration with the city of Chicago, OH Community Partners, Near North Unity Program, Omni Ecosystems, TetraTechand members of the local community who make an essential contribution to its goals, objectives and priorities.

SOM and Urban Rivers are building a floating eco-park that winds through the Chicago River

zigzag wooden paths imitating the flow of water

SOM and Urban Rivers are building a floating eco-park that winds through the Chicago Riverthe eco-park offers kayak tours organized by Shedd Aquarium

SOM and Urban Rivers are building a floating eco-park that winds through the Chicago River

top view

project info:

Last name: Wild Thousand

type: Floating eco-park

location: Chicago, IL, USA

Year of completion: 2021

opening date: June 2022

the site area: 68,797 m²

domain of the first phase: 139 m²

customer: City of Chicago – Department of Planning and Development

architecture: SMO | @skidmoreowingsmerrill

landscaping scheme: Urban rivers | @urbanriv

main collaborators: Omni Ecosystems, Near North Unity Program,TetraTech, OH Community Partners

photography: David Burk | @daveburk

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Recipe: Fan of leafy dishes? Try Lots of Delicious Flavors in Som Tam Salad https://som2015.org/recipe-fan-of-leafy-dishes-try-lots-of-delicious-flavors-in-som-tam-salad/ Mon, 30 May 2022 11:59:05 +0000 https://som2015.org/recipe-fan-of-leafy-dishes-try-lots-of-delicious-flavors-in-som-tam-salad/ From controlling blood sugar to contributing substantially to weight loss, feeling energized, lowering bad cholesterol, normalizing bowel movements, and more, eating a bowl full of fresh leafy green salad is packed full of benefits. health benefits. Few people know that it is not only good for your stomach, but also increases your appetite. They say […]]]>

From controlling blood sugar to contributing substantially to weight loss, feeling energized, lowering bad cholesterol, normalizing bowel movements, and more, eating a bowl full of fresh leafy green salad is packed full of benefits. health benefits. Few people know that it is not only good for your stomach, but also increases your appetite.

They say eat shit feel shit but eat healthy feel healthy and so this Monday we’re giving fitness a shot with a tasty twist with this Som Tam Salad Bowl that serves 2 and only takes 15 minutes to prepare. Whether you are a big fan of leaf dishes or not, try this recipe full of delicious flavors in Som Tam Salad and thank us later.

Ingredients:

Raw papaya 100g

Carrot 05gms

Beans 05g

Red chilli – fresh 03gms

Garlic 03g

Peanut (roasted) 10g

Palm sugar 05g

Kikkoman Soya 05ml

Lemon 05ml

Coriander – fresh 03gms

Method:

Peel and julienne the papaya, carrot and beans and put them in ice water for 05 minutes. In a bowl, combine the palm sugar, soy, red pepper, garlic and lemon juice.

Remove the papaya and vegetables from the ice water bath after 05 minutes, drain them and mix them with the palm sugar mixture. Garnish with cilantro and roasted peanuts.

(Recipe: Chef Shankar Devnath, Executive Chef)

Advantages:

Papaya is a rich source of fiber and contains high levels of antioxidants, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E. Its consumption reduces the risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer while improving digestion, control of blood sugar in people with diabetes and wound healing with lower blood pressure.

Carrots are good for the eyes as they keep them healthy, protect them from the sun, reduce the risk of cataracts and other eye problems. Besides being very nutritious with beta-carotene, fiber, vitamin K1, potassium and antioxidants, carrots promote weight loss and are also linked to lower cholesterol levels.

green beans are rich in folate, antioxidants and full of protein, a vital nutrient that plays a key role in maintaining and repairing the body. They help control appetite, promote heart health, prevent fatty liver disease, reduce cancer risk, and help stabilize diabetes and glucose metabolism.

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Fantasy Overview, H2H & Location Stats https://som2015.org/fantasy-overview-h2h-location-stats/ Wed, 25 May 2022 12:54:13 +0000 https://som2015.org/fantasy-overview-h2h-location-stats/ KENT v SOM, Canterbury. The South Group matches begin with Kent taking on Somerset at the St Lawrence Ground. These two teams appeared in the final of Vitality T20 Blast 2021. KENT beat SOM by 25 points. SOM will be looking to make up for the loss to KENT today. A high score match is […]]]>

KENT v SOM, Canterbury. The South Group matches begin with Kent taking on Somerset at the St Lawrence Ground. These two teams appeared in the final of Vitality T20 Blast 2021. KENT beat SOM by 25 points. SOM will be looking to make up for the loss to KENT today. A high score match is expected today.

Kent has Darren Stevens, a versatile veteran, who is a top 5 scorer in head-to-head and site stats. On the other hand, SOM has Lewis Gregory, who plays a similar role.

The similarities continue with Tom Banton – Sam Billings, Daniel Drummond – Tom Abell and Merchant de Lange – Fred Klaassen.

Swing bowlers will be important in the initial phase of the inning. Fred Klaassen has good stats at venues but was unimpressive against SOM. Qais Ahmad has been in good form and has decent stats.

In Leeds:

matches Won Lost
KENT 78 37 34
SMO 7 1 6

KENT v SOM at Headingly:

Matches – 7
KENT won – 6
SOM won – 1

H2H Team Stats:

Beaten 1st won Flying 2nd won
KENT 9 4
SMO 3 3

H2H Player Stats:

M I R 100 50 30 Avg. RS
D Drummond 14 14 507 0 5 3 39.00 155.52
J Hildreth 16 15 398 0 3 3 33.17 126.35
J Denly 14 14 397 0 3 4 28.36 133.67
D.Stevens 15 13 343 0 2 2 28.58 155.91
S Billing 12 12 249 0 2 0 35.57 149.10
T Banton 5 5 244 2 0 0 61.00 179.41
T Abell 6 6 224 0 2 1 44.80 164.71
Z Crawley 5 5 167 0 0 4 33.40 145.22
A Blake 15 12 150 0 0 1 16.67 137.61
R Merwe ten 9 146 0 1 0 36.50 153.68
David Davies 4 4 126 0 1 1 31.50 172.60
J Cox 4 4 114 0 1 1 57.00 148.05
L Gregory 11 9 103 0 0 1 12.88 171.67
C Overton 9 7 82 0 0 0 20.50 113.89
R Rossouw 5 5 72 0 0 0 2:40 p.m. 141.18
L Goldsworthy 3 2 51 0 0 1 25.50 141.67
W.Smeed 3 2 50 0 0 1 25.00 121.95
J leaning 3 3 43 0 0 0 2:33 p.m. 97.73
M I O Emergency room
D.Stevens 15 14 16 8.32
L Gregory 11 9 12 9.00
Mr Waller 14 14 12 8.93
R Merwe ten ten 9 7.75
J Denly 14 6 7 8.19
C Overton 9 9 7 9.73
G Stewart 3 3 5 9.77
M de Lange 3 3 4 8.89
J.Davey 4 4 3 11.00
Q Ahmad 3 3 2 7.45
Mr Milnes 3 3 2 9.91
F Klaassen 5 5 2 9.13
J. Brooks 1 1 1 7.50

Location stats:

(T20 Global Statistics)

M I R 100 50 30 Avg. RS
J Denly 53 51 1385 0 9 13 28.85 125.68
D Drummond 44 43 1214 0 8 6 29.61 136.10
S Billing 40 39 908 0 6 5 30.27 137.37
D.Stevens 54 45 789 0 4 4 9:32 p.m. 129.34
A Blake 59 53 635 0 1 5 15.12 129.86
J leaning 12 11 343 0 4 1 42.88 142.32
Z Crawley 14 14 340 0 2 3 26.15 152.47
J Cox 13 11 250 0 2 1 31.25 142.05
David Davies 4 4 222 0 2 1 74.00 158.57
T Banton 2 2 135 1 0 0 135.00 180.00
J Hildreth 6 6 67 0 0 1 1:40 p.m. 117.54
L Gregory 4 3 49 0 0 1 24.50 233.33
G Stewart ten 7 47 0 0 0 15.67 114.63
C Overton 4 2 27 0 0 0 77.14
M I O Avg. Emergency room RS
D.Stevens 54 43 38 26.03 8.36 18.68
F Klaassen 16 16 20 26.20 8.93 5:60 p.m.
Mr Milnes 12 12 12 29.42 8.90 19.83
J Denly 53 18 11 33.82 8.09 25.09
L Gregory 4 3 6 15.17 9.10 10.00
J leaning 12 6 6 1:33 p.m. 6.67 12:00 p.m.
Mr Waller 6 6 6 25.33 8.29 6:33 p.m.
G Stewart ten ten 6 48.00 8.82 32.67
Q Ahmad 5 5 5 24:40 6.10 24h00
Mr Quinn 4 4 3 44.67 8.93 30.00
M de Lange 2 2 2 32.50 8.13 24h00
C Overton 4 4 2 69.50 11.12 37.50
J. Brooks 1 1 1 30.00 7.50 24h00

Probable Game 11:

Ken: Z Crawley, D Drummond, J Denly, S Billings (C&WK), J Leaning, J Cox, D Stevens, G Stewart, Q Ahmad, M Milnes, F Klaassen

SOM: T Banton (WK), W Smeed, T Abell (C), R Rossouw/S Davies, L Gregory, L Lammonby/K Aldridge, B Green, R Merwe, J Brooks/M Waller, M de Lange, J Davey

Fantastic choices:

W.K. –S Billings, T Banton, S Davies
Drummers –W Smeed, D Drummond, T Abell
AR – J Denly, L Gregory
Bowlers – F Klaassen, M de Lange, M Milnes

Choice of clearance – S Davies, D Stevens, Z Crawley, J Leaning

Common C/VC – T Banton, Z Crawley, J Denly, S Billings

Punt C/VC – S Davies, D Drummond, F Klaassen, T Abell

Field and venue information:

St Lawrence Ground is generally easy to beat. Spinners and bowlers with variations were well executed here. No rain forecast during the game.

Interesting statistics:

  • SOM only managed to win one game out of seven at this venue.
  • Qais Ahmad has the lowest save rate of just 6.10 at this venue, among bowlers from both teams.

Critical comments:

  • Tom Banton scored two centuries playing against KENT, one of which came at this location.
  • Darren Stevens is the highest wicket taker on this site and in the head-to-head stats.
  • Steve Davies is averaging 74.00 over four runs there. Important batsman if included in game 11.
  • Daniel Drummond has been very consistent with the bat, both in head-to-head stats and on-site stats.
Vitality T20 Blast is back, fantastic picks for YOR vs WOR, shocking location stats

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Micro System On Module (SOM) Market Size, Trends and Forecast to 2029 https://som2015.org/micro-system-on-module-som-market-size-trends-and-forecast-to-2029/ Wed, 25 May 2022 06:11:06 +0000 https://som2015.org/micro-system-on-module-som-market-size-trends-and-forecast-to-2029/ New Jersey, United States – the Micro-systems-on-module (SOM) market The report includes the upcoming challenges and opportunities in the market. It ensures a strengthened market position and a growing product portfolio by providing all the important details related to the market growth. It reveals some of the key insights and focuses on the impact of […]]]>

New Jersey, United States – the Micro-systems-on-module (SOM) market The report includes the upcoming challenges and opportunities in the market. It ensures a strengthened market position and a growing product portfolio by providing all the important details related to the market growth. It reveals some of the key insights and focuses on the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on different sectors of the economy. Identifying key business areas is the single most important factor in improving those areas and generating greater profits. This living market research provides an in-depth understanding of how new product offerings can fit into the market. It acts as the best guide and plays the leading role in almost all phases of the business cycle. It also becomes easy to effectively target customers to easily launch new products. This micro system on module (SOM) market indicates that another key focus is to provide manufacturing solutions at all provincial and global levels.

A comprehensive overview of market conditions and various business-related elements is covered in this Micro System On Module (SOM) market research report. It enables business actors to reach target groups and provides all important details about customers and competitors. Quantitative research methods are used to conduct this market research to provide accurate market data and problem solving. The Micro System-On-Module (SOM) Market report helps to identify major regions such as Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and America Latin America where new actors and traders can develop their activities. Moreover, it performs in-depth analysis and provides market size, market dynamics, and market share.

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Also, the market share of each industry over the forecast period is discussed. This market report also provides insights on industry dynamics, market share, growth prospects and challenges. It also conducts market research to determine the growth models, approaches, and techniques used by key players. The most important statistics in the industry trends report provide the ideal reference for businesses. Apart from company profile, capacity, production rate, product value and specifications, the report covers other important parameters.

Top Key Players Mentioned in the Micro System-on-Module (SOM) Market Research Report:

Atmel Corporation, Intel Corporation, National Instruments Corporation, MEN Micro Inc., VIA Technologies Inc., Infineon Technology, ADL Embedded Solutions, Technique Innovator Inc., Advantech Sealevel Systems, Texas Instruments

Microsystems on Module (SOM) Market Segmentation:

Microsystems-on-Module (SOM) Market, By Application

• Internet of things
• Network devices
• Medical equipement
• Others

Micro-System-on-Module (SOM) Market, By End User

• Automotive
• Aeronautics
• Robotics
• Others

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Scope of the Micro-Systems-on-Module (SOM) Market Report

ATTRIBUTES DETAILS
ESTIMATED YEAR 2022
YEAR OF REFERENCE 2021
FORECAST YEAR 2029
HISTORICAL YEAR 2020
UNITY Value (million USD/billion)
SECTORS COVERED Types, applications, end users, and more.
REPORT COVER Revenue Forecast, Business Ranking, Competitive Landscape, Growth Factors and Trends
BY REGION North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Middle East and Africa
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Introducing Heather Skinner: SOM Research Integrity and Compliance Manager https://som2015.org/introducing-heather-skinner-som-research-integrity-and-compliance-manager/ Wed, 18 May 2022 14:47:42 +0000 https://som2015.org/introducing-heather-skinner-som-research-integrity-and-compliance-manager/ The UNC School of Medicine welcomes Heather Skinner, JD, to UNC as Director of Research Integrity and Compliance. Heather Skinner, JD, fills the new position of Director of Research Integrity and Compliance at the School of Medicine within its Office of Research. In this position, Skinner will serve as a valuable resource for SOM faculty, […]]]>

The UNC School of Medicine welcomes Heather Skinner, JD, to UNC as Director of Research Integrity and Compliance.


Heather Skinner, JD, fills the new position of Director of Research Integrity and Compliance at the School of Medicine within its Office of Research. In this position, Skinner will serve as a valuable resource for SOM faculty, staff, and students who oversee research integrity and compliance by formulating, interpreting, and implementing related policies, including those surrounding new regulations. federal science and security-related. Skinner also serves as the SOM liaison with campus-wide units, including the UNC Research Compliance Program and the UNC Health Research Support and Compliance Office. She will also develop guidance, information, and education for SOM researchers, students, staff, and administrators on regulatory requirements related to research integrity and responsible conduct of research.

“Hiring a Director of Research Integrity and Compliance within the School of Medicine will greatly help our community navigate important research policies,” says Blossom Damania, PhD, Associate Dean looking. “Heather has the expertise to put in place the best policies for our faculty and staff, and we are very fortunate to have her on board.”

Skinner joins UNC from Drexel University where she was director of compliance and research integrity. There she was responsible for a number of programs and provided strategic advice and guidance to faculty, staff and administration on research integrity. Not only did Skinner oversee important areas such as the export control program and the financial conflict of interest program, but she identified areas needing improvement, created new committees, and developed responsible conduct training at research for teachers. Skinner has extensive experience in administrative leadership, as prior to Drexel, she was Associate Director of Research Compliance and Chief Export Compliance Officer at Boston University and Boston Medical Center. She holds a JD in Constitutional Law and Civil Rights from Western Michigan University and received her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Northeastern University.

“My job is not to impede research or innovation, but rather to empower the SOM community with the tools to promote trustworthy and ethical teaching, research, patient care, and public service missions” , says Skinner. “I look forward to working with SOM and hope to make research compliance and integrity an easy and transparent part of the exceptional research performed by the unit.”

Keep an eye out for quarterly compliance updates in Vital Signs titled Science Compliance: Updates for the School of Medicine. In its updates, Skinner will provide policy updates to the School of Medicine and provide answers to questions submitted by the community.

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BJP leader Sangeet Som threatens to repeat Babri episode on Gyanvapi Masjid – Kashmir Media Service https://som2015.org/bjp-leader-sangeet-som-threatens-to-repeat-babri-episode-on-gyanvapi-masjid-kashmir-media-service/ Wed, 11 May 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://som2015.org/bjp-leader-sangeet-som-threatens-to-repeat-babri-episode-on-gyanvapi-masjid-kashmir-media-service/ Lucknow, May 11 (KMS): Known for his controversial and communal statements and hate speech, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sangeet Som has now made an objectionable remark on Gyanvapi Mosque openly threatening to demolish the era Mughal Masjid located in the city of Benares of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. During a reception in […]]]>

Lucknow, May 11 (KMS): Known for his controversial and communal statements and hate speech, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Sangeet Som has now made an objectionable remark on Gyanvapi Mosque openly threatening to demolish the era Mughal Masjid located in the city of Benares of the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.

During a reception in the town of Meerut, Sangeet Som, while commenting on the Gyanvapi Mosque, said people should remember 1992 – the year when the Babri Mosque was demolished. “It was 1992 and we are in 2022. The strength of youth has doubled now and the time has come for another decision,” he said.

The hatemonger also reportedly said, “People like Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb demolished the temple and built the Gyanvapi Mosque. Now is the time to take back the temple.

Som, who was the biggest loser among known BJP leaders in the last UP Assembly elections, also wrote on his Facebook page that “Aurangzeb made Gyanvapi Mosque. In 1992 it was Babri and now in 2022 it is Gyanvapi’s turn. It’s time to take back the temple that was demolished to make it a mosque.

Reacting to Som’s controversial and irresponsible statement, Congress Spokesperson Surendra Rajput said, “This is exactly the BJP’s game plan to create unrest and division in society. We hope the BJP realizes the damage it is causing to the social fabric with such statements. The question of the Gyanvapi has been raised, as has that of the Taj Mahal. We are heading into dangerous times.

Senior Congress official Pramod Tiwari speaking to the media earlier said the BJP is looking for another Ayodhya issue to play politics in the Gyanvapi Masjid case. “The case is in court but I will say the state of BJP is like a wingless bird after Ayodhya verdict as they cannot fight the policy on jobs, inflation and ‘Achhe din ‘They are looking for another Ayodhya issue that they can politicize,’ the Congress leader said.

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Transitioning to Emerging Technology Paving the Way for Efficiency: Som Satsangi, HPE https://som2015.org/transitioning-to-emerging-technology-paving-the-way-for-efficiency-som-satsangi-hpe/ Tue, 10 May 2022 09:17:05 +0000 https://som2015.org/transitioning-to-emerging-technology-paving-the-way-for-efficiency-som-satsangi-hpe/ Som Satsangi, SVP and Managing Director, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, India, says technology can solve a wide range of problems and increase efficiency, which will play a greater role in governance transparency DQ: How is HPE helping India adopt Smart Governance to streamline both governance and business practices? Sum satsangi: HPE actively supports the Digital India […]]]>

Som Satsangi, SVP and Managing Director, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, India, says technology can solve a wide range of problems and increase efficiency, which will play a greater role in governance transparency

DQ: How is HPE helping India adopt Smart Governance to streamline both governance and business practices?

Sum satsangi: HPE actively supports the Digital India and Smart Cities mission projects and partners with several PSUs to enable the digital transformation of their organizations. We are now witnessing the adoption of several digital technologies such as IoT, AI-ML, analytics, etc. at scale in smart cities and other projects and HPE provides unique, innovative and use-case specific solutions from its portfolio of hardware, IP software. as well as design, consulting and integration services.

HPE has in fact set up India’s first cloud-based integrated command and control center for Bhopal Smart City Development Corporation Ltd. (BSCDCL). This center enabled the monitoring and administration of utilities and citizen services of multiple cities in each of the cities through a central cloud and enabled the monitoring of cities statewide from a view central control.

Additionally, our cloud and IoT enabled Covid testing labs and OPD centers have collectively facilitated over 5,00,000 patient visits and set a benchmark in India’s tech-enabled healthcare ecosystem. while supporting government efforts to respond to Covid.

Our High Performance Computing (HPC) systems have enabled some of the renowned institutes such as Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune; Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore; Tata Institute for Basic Research (TIFR), Mumbai; Indian Institute of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Madras, Kanpur, Kharagpur). The research center with HPE HPC facilities includes the National Center for Medium Range Weather Forecasting (NCMRWF), Noida. HPE solutions for data, compute and applications enable several smart government initiatives.

DQ: Which technologies will play a major role in effective and transparent governance?

Sum satsangi: Technology can solve a wide range of problems and increase efficiency, which will play a greater role in transparent governance. Looking at data usage, data integration across verticals, innovative service delivery models, and cross-industry collaboration, we’ll see technologies like data, data analytics, AI-ML , high performance computing, cloud, etc., help governance to be agile. and efficient.

The Indian government has already taken steps to use digital infrastructure to solve India’s problems in delivering services without presence, paper and cash. The development of the CoWIN app, digital vaccination certificates in DigiLocker, the Aarogya Setu app are great examples. Similarly, other applications in the Indian stack such as the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) provide access to digital documents including driver’s license, vehicle registration, academic records of issuers origin and eKYC to establish their identity electronically and without paper. Therefore, the transition to emerging technologies such as the use of AI, ML, data analytics, 5G, augmented reality and the Internet of Things is already paving the way for the effectiveness and quality of governance in India.

The adoption of these technologies has already had a huge impact on smart city projects by managing traffic to reduce pollution, forecasting weather data and efficient processes as more and more people connect through devices. smart and smart workplaces. The key is to make these technologies available to every citizen of the country and to ensure effective governance.

DQ: How should companies and startups participate?

Sum satsangi: The biggest challenge for companies and startups would be to figure out how they can work with governments and solve people’s problems. Through the Government’s Digital India policy and efforts, it has become easier for companies and startups to collaborate and participate in these initiatives. From HPE’s perspective, we have worked with government organizations, policy makers, and initiatives to ensure that we are able to share our global experiences in providing diverse solutions in this space. Our portfolio of compute, storage and networking computing technologies, solutions and services hosts many innovative government services and applications. We also work with several startups associated with providing various solutions in this space providing end to end solutions.

DQ: What should be the action points for government and policy makers regarding smart governance technologies to be implemented?

Sum satsangi: India has come a long way in embracing technology for smart governance. Central and state governments have invested significantly to put in place a framework for smart governance. The Smart Cities mission was a great initiative to equip cities with the right ICT infrastructure and related solutions to address complex governance challenges. HPE has been at the forefront of deploying integrated command and control centers which have helped tremendously during the pandemic and even for other disaster management requirements. ICCCs have been designed to deploy advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and IoT to generate real-time data and information for authorities to take necessary action.

After successfully working with many government departments on their digital journey, we believe that as we move further down the digital curve, the application mix would become more complex and unpredictable. Provisioning IT resources for this ever-changing application demand would be a daunting challenge. To address this challenge, we are working on a partnership-as-a-service model which is a unique consumer-based offering from HPE. This model not only has the ability to keep the computing environment up to date with the latest technological advancements, but it is also elastic and scales with fluctuations in demand. This HPE model has matured and evolved and is used by many customers around the world for their digital journeys.

DQ: How will this transform the Indian economy?

Sum satsangi: This approach has the potential to bring about a paradigm shift in how government acquires and deploys ICT infrastructure and services. The as-a-service model brings agility to operations, which is crucial for government. The upfront savings on capital expenditure and resource sharing with other departments can virtually transform India’s local economy. This model can ideally be implemented even for small towns which can then have a multiplier effect. Collecting, storing and analyzing this data at the city level can unlock a lot of value for businesses and generate insights that can be leveraged for planning and development purposes. From HPE’s perspective, we have worked with government organizations, policy makers, and initiatives to ensure that we are able to share our global experiences in providing diverse solutions in this space.

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