Released around mid '70s, this scarce Italian Library composed by maestro Oscar Rocchi was released on the same Fonovideo label of the infamous Giancarlo Barigozzi's WOMAN'S COLOURS, who also probably played in this session. This is one of the finest Funk Breaks even Jazz-Funk samples from the Italian Library circle, with terrific drums breaks, stoned flute, Fuzzy guitars and Fender Rhodes solos. Many tracks here are perfect Bboy samples, and have chipped in to make this LP just legendary. Huge session for a very solid album from the beginning to the end.
Talent pipelines, sustainability, and succession plans have always been hot topics, but their importance has grown as organisations find themselves evolving much faster than ever before. Given the constant market and technological changes, the challenge for many organisations is to build a succession plan that’s relevant. And agile.
Stuart Robertson discusses the future of succession planning in constantly evolving organisations.
The Oscar Mayer plant came to Madison in 1919 and became a fixture of the Northside, employing thousands of workers over the years. In 2015, owner Kraft Heinz announced that the Madison plant would be closing and the headquarters moved to Chicago. The factory closed in June 2017, and Reich Brothers Holdings purchased the property a few months later. What are the plans for this site and what effects might they have on the surrounding neighborhood and community?
In today's segment, guest host Denise DeMarb is in the studio with Alder Rebecca Kemble and Satya Rhodes-Conway, a member of the Oscar Mayer Strategic Committee. They discuss the issues surrounding the ongoing plans for the former Oscar Mayer site, including transit, housing, access to food, and the need for family-supporting jobs. They emphasize the importance of equitable development and encourage community members to voice their opinions.
Image: "Oscar Mayer Plant across the Lake Mendota" by Corey Coyle, licensed under CC BY 3.0 / text added