GGI on Alexander Haig's WBR TV Series - Airtime Announcement: Wednesday, May , 21, 2003 - Sunday, May 25, 2003 [22.5 min]
Multi-Media Productions (USA), Inc. announces the appearance of Bradford L. Goldense, CEO of Goldense Group, Inc. [GGI], on the World Business Review Television series hosted by Alexander Haig. The episode originally aired on September 29, 2002 and will be rebroadcast beginning Wednesday May 21, 2003.
The actual date and air time varies across North American viewing areas. Most air times are on Wednesday May 21 but they range to Sunday May 25. To find the specific time for your location please view the .pdf document located at:
For Domestic Air Times: http://www.goldensegroupinc.com/TV/Clr_Rpt_WBR1315.pdf
For International Air Times: http://www.goldensegroupinc.com/TV/Clr_Rpt_WBR1315Int.pdf
Note that the show will air nationally and internationally on TECH TV and then also on many Public Broadcasting and Community Broadcasting stations, University TV, and on the Educational Satellite Services network at various times between May 21 and May 25.
Below are selected air times in a few major urban areas for TECH TV only.
3:30 AM -Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, Portland 4:30 AM -Denver, Colorado Springs, Boise 5:30 AM -Chicago, Dallas/FW, Houston, Minneapolis, St. Louis 6:30 AM -New York, Boston, Philadelphia, DC, Atlanta, Detroit, Miami
If you don't see your area in the list above, or a time that you may be awake, please download either the Domestic.pdf or International.pdf Air Times file for dates and times on TECH TV and all other stations. Folks with analog set top boxes on their TV may not be able to receive TECH TV which typically requires a digital set top box, but probably will receive the show through Public and Community Broadcasting offerings.
Brad Goldense, Founder and President of Goldense Group, Inc. and Dan Miklovic, Vice President and Research Director at Gartner G2 discuss Concurrent Product Development and Metrics. This comprehensive 22.5 minute In-Studio segment focuses on several key areas that are important for effectively managing R&D and product development.
* Product development's role to the health of most companies
* Sequential vs. concurrent processes of product development..
* Involvement of cross-functional organizations in product development.
* Balancing innovative outcomes with the efficiency of execution.
* Approaches to managing invention and innovation.
* Benefits and economics of product development competency.
The segment closes by focusing on the future and what companies can expect to see in product development over the next few years.
According to the company: "GGI achieves positive change in product development practices and results by addressing the different communication and learning styles resident in technical communities and the groups that work with them and support them. Most clients get an increase of 20% revenue and profit from new products within a year, some have achieved 400% and 500% and increased stock prices."
John Caezza, President of the Broadband Communications Products Division of C-COR.net, appears on the show with Brad Goldense. C-COR.net, one of the three leading suppliers of broadband communication equipment in North America and other geographies, is at the forefront of instituting a redesigned concurrent culture to better address the highly competitive environment of the telecommunications industry and the interests of company stockholders.
World Business Review may also be viewed on PBS The Business & Technology Network, United Airlines, or through the video on demand via Yahoo! Broadcast. Additionally, WBR airs on local affiliates of major television networks (ABC, CBS and FOX) throughout the United States. WBR's continuing education series is being used in a variety of business and technology courses within the Business School libraries at Carnegie Mellon University, University of Notre Dame, Dartmouth College, Georgetown University, University of Florida, and the City University of Hong Kong, among other distinguished institutions of higher education.
Videotapes or continuing education systems (via Indiana State University) are available by calling 1-800-WBR-1032 or by visiting http://www.wbrtv.com.
For inquiries please call GGI at (781) 444-5400 or visit http://www.goldensegroupinc.com/.
OTHER WBR TELEVISION EVENTS INVOLVING GGI
Brad Goldense has made several appearances on Alexander Haig's World Business Review, and more are on the way. Previous shows are now available on streaming video. See below for details. The sites listed below include links to download a streaming video player, if you do not currently have one on your computer.
August 4, 2002 On-Location at GGI (3.5 minutes): This On-Location field report shot at GGI in Needham, MA and C-COR in Meriden, CT is now available in streaming video on GGI's website. To see the program, go to:
September 29, 2002 In-Studio with Alexander Haig (22.5 minutes): This In-Studio program aired nationwide and internationally on the PBS Business and Technology Network (a subscription service) and on Tech TV from September 29 through October 13, 2002. Streaming video for this segment (as well as the entire 30-minute show) is now available at:
December 15, 2002 United Airlines In-Flight Console (7.5 minutes): This In-Studio program aired nationwide and internationally on CNBC as paid programming on December 15, 2002. Streaming video for this segment (as well as the entire 30-minute show) is now available at:
For a complete background on GGI's appearances on television, in addition to WBR, please go to: