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    Listen, Learn, Lead

    Listen, Learn, Lead

    Audio | Naval Postgraduate School

    About

    Paramount to the efficacy of leadership is the ability to listen, and the commitment to learn.



    Episodes


    • Listen, Learn, Lead – Dr. Amela Sadagic, Dr. I Emre Gunduz and Dr. Geraldo Ferrer, Additive Manufacturing

      Dr. Amela Sadagic, Dr. I Emre Gunduz and Dr. Geraldo Ferrer, Additive Manufacturing (Episode #14)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Co-directors for NPS’ Center for Additive Manufacturing Research Associate Professor Dr. Amela Sadagic (Computer Science Department) and Associate Professor Dr. I. Emre Gunduz (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department), and with Supply Chain Management Professor Dr. Geraldo Ferrer (Graduate School of Defense Management) to discuss interdisciplinary research focused on the future application of additive manufacturing toward needs in the Naval domain.

      03/01/2021


    • Listen, Learn, Lead – Dr. Robert Tomlinson and Dr. James Wirtz, Great Power Competition

      Dr. Robert Tomlinson and Dr. James Wirtz, Great Power Competition (Episode #13)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with National Security Affairs Professors Dr. Robert Tomlinson (Naval War College Monterey) and Dr. Jim Wirtz (School of International Graduate Studies) to discuss the roles of the Naval Postgraduate School and the Naval War College in Great Power Competition and in the context of the new Tri-Service Maritime Strategy.

      01/15/2021


    • Listen, Learn, Lead – Dr. Giovanni Minelli, Space Systems

      Dr. Giovanni Minelli, Space Systems (Episode #10)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Dr. Giovanni Minelli, Faculty Research Associate, Space Systems Academic Group. Minelli, a former NASA Ames Research Center engineer, discusses the research applications of small satellites and communications systems, and highlights how interdisciplinary and applied learning is required to conduct research in the space domain.

      11/10/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead – Dr. Ralucca Gera, Diverse Learning Experiences

      Dr. Ralucca Gera, Diverse Learning Experiences (Episode #12)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Dr. Ralucca Gera, Associate Provost for Graduate Education, Professor of Mathematics, and founder and director of the Teaching and Learning Commons. Gera, a recipient of the Hamming Teaching Award, discusses her experience and research with different instructional methods and how they have informed NPS’ Teaching and Learning Commons, Chunk Learning Project and the FLEx Spaces Initiative.

      11/03/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead – Dr. James Newman, Space Systems

      Dr. James Newman, Space Systems (Episode #9)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Dr. James Newman, former NASA astronaut and veteran of four Space Shuttle flights, in the NPS Space Systems Laboratory. Newman discusses the importance of hands-on education in engineering, and highlights several Space Systems student research efforts.

      10/27/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead – Dr. Peter Denning, Dr. Matt Carlyle, and Dr. Mathias Kölsch, Artificial Intelligence

      Listen, Learn, Lead – Dr. Peter Denning, Dr. Matt Carlyle, and Dr. Mathias Kölsch, Artificial Intelligence (Episode #11)

      In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with three NPS Artificial Intelligence experts: Distinguished Professor Dr. Peter Denning; Chair and Professor of Operations Research Dr. Matt Carlyle; and Associate Professor of Computer Science Dr. Mathias Kolsch. Rondeau and these three panelists discuss the development of machines that can perform... read more

      10/09/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Dr. Mara Orescanin, Physical Oceanography

      Dr. Mara Orescanin, Physical Oceanography (Episode #8)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Dr. Mara Orescanin, Assistant Professor in NPS’ Dept. of Oceanography. A physical oceanographer focused on dynamic coastal mechanics, MIT graduate Orescanin's research focuses on understanding the interplay between land watersheds and the coastal ocean.

      08/07/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Chris Manuel, Emerging Technology Consortium

      Chris Manuel, Emerging Technology Consortium (Episode #7)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Mr. Chris Manuel, Director of the university’s new Emerging Technology Consortium and new Central Coast Tech Bridge. As an active duty warrant officer, and in business following his Army career, Manuel has a track record of innovative solutions to critical national security capability gaps and needs.

      07/02/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Dr. Gail Thomas, Strategic Communications

      Dr. Gail Thomas, Strategic Communications (Episode #5)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Graduate School of Defense Management Associate Professor Gail Thomas, one of the university’s premier teachers and researchers in the field of communications. In addition to Thomas’ longstanding programs in executive education, Thomas is a national leader in change management and communication strategy.

      07/01/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Dr. Brian Bingham, Unmanned Systems

      Brian Bingham Dr. Brian Bingham, Unmanned Systems (Episode #6)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Associate Professor Brian Bingham in the Center for Autonomous Vehicle Research (CAVR) Laboratory. Bingham is an expert in unmanned systems for underwater exploration, and currently leads NPS' Consortium for Robotics and Unmanned Systems Education and Research (CRUSER) initiative.

      06/26/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Dr. Alex Bordetsky, Tactical Mesh Networks

      Dr. Alex Bordetsky, Tactical Mesh Networks (Episode #4)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Department of Information Sciences Professor Alex Bordetsky in the Center for Network Innovation and Experimentation Laboratory. Bordetsky has been an innovative force in the evolution of ad-hoc, tactical mesh networks for nearly 20 years, integrating student research and thesis study in variety of experimental real-world scenarios.<br /> <br />

      06/26/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Student Leaders, National Naval Officers Association

      Student Leaders, National Naval Officers Association (Episode #3)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with four university students – Navy Lts. Brandon Carter and J.D. Thomas, Marine Maj. Matt Bowman, and Air Force 1st Lt. Byron Wilson – for a critical conversation on diversity, race and bias, and how the university can lead in this crucial moment in U.S. history.

      06/19/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Dr. Nita Shattuck, Crew Endurance

      Dr. Nita Shattuck, Crew Endurance (Episode #2)<br /> <br /> In this episode of "Listen, Learn, Lead," President Rondeau meets with Department of Operations Research Professor Nita Shattuck in the NPS Crew Endurance Laboratory. Shattuck led the Navy in transitioning away from standard watch bills, demonstrating how optimizing schedules with the human body's natural rhythm greatly advances performance.

      06/19/2020


    • Listen, Learn, Lead –Mr. Glen Woodbury, Center for Homeland Defense and Security

      Mr. Glen Woodbury, Center for Homeland Defense and Security (Episode #1)<br /> <br /> In this episode of “Listen, Learn, Lead,” President Rondeau meets with Glen Woodbury, Director of NPS’ Center for Homeland Defense and Security (CHDS). As the nation’s first advanced graduate education program in the field, CHDS has created a cadre of more than 3,000 local, state and federal leaders who think critically about homeland security.

      06/05/2020