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ERP039 - The Science of Service w/ Mark Colgate

Mark Colgate PhD

Mark Colgate PhD

Mark is a Professor of Service Excellence at the University of Victoria, Gustavson School of Business. Mark is the author of "The science of service, the proven formula to drive customer loyalty and stand out from the crowd." Available on Amazon. Mark has spent years researching how to deploy high quality service.

Mark has done work with the government of British Columbia, Telus, Whistler Blackcomb and the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

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ERP038 - IT & MSP Industry w/ Kevin Behr

Kevin Behr CSO @ PaxisFlow

Kevin Behr CSO @ PaxisFlow

On the podcast today is Kevin Behr, @kveinbehr, Chief Scientific Officer w/ PraxisFlow.

Our conversation is a stimulating discussion on the evolution of the IT industry as we know it today and some exploration of what it may look like in the future. How you can remove bottlenecks in your in your organization and how you can grow the skills of your team to ensure everyone’s commitment and success.

Kevin is a co-author on several popular books including The Visible OPs Handbook, The Phoenix Project, and more. His industry expertise and insights are wide ranging and the discussion is fascinating and enlightening.


Books & resources mentioned in the podcast:

The Goal - Eliyahu Goldratt

Unlearn - Barry O'Reilly

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ERP032 - Why you need an MSP coach W/ Richard Tubb

Richard Tubb MSP Growth Advisor

Richard Tubb MSP Growth Advisor

Richard Tubb is one of the best-known experts in the global IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) community. His track record speaks for itself, as he launched and sold his own MSP business before creating a leading MSP media and consultancy practice. Richard is also the author of the IT Business Owner's Survival Guide and the author of the Tubblog & co-host on the Auvik Frankly MSP Podcast.

We discuss why you may need a business coach, what business owners tend to struggle with most, and how technology is evolving MSP businesses as well as their client's businesses.

Several books are mentioned in the podcast in addition to Richard's book.

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