"If you are running a business you can't talk about it with your employees," Callanan says. "We try and share warts and all, but that might be the beer talking."
Beers, Blokes & Business was listed a must listen business podcast with Sean Callanan nominating some his fave listens.
Sean Callanan (@seancallanan) from @SportsGeek brings you the best practices from the sports business and sports digital marketing world each week. Interviews with people behind the scenes with teams and leagues in the USA, Australia and New Zealand are featured.
Last week I had the chance to join Sean Callanan for the latest episode of his SportsGeek podcast.
A summer break provides a great opportunity to catch up with your must-reads. Sink your mind into a good book or three over the holidays to really gain a deeper insight into how technology rules the world. In the first of a two-part series, we ask technology readers what's on their to-read pile, old or new, these coming days.
Steve Sammartino and Raul Oaida built a functional car out of Lego bricks that runs on air. The car is the product of the duo's Super Awesome Micro Project, a crowd-funded effort that allowed them to take 500,000 Lego bricks and 256 pistons and design a hot rod-esque masterpiece.
The quiet season is a good time to read the books that might help us in the year ahead. There's nothing like a few quiet days, a lounge chair and a couple of good books to expand our horizons.
Digitisation can be the key to profit Photo: Jim Rice Digitising the workplace can create a host of business opportunities, from increased customer engagement and improved productivity to a more efficient flow of data. Here are four ways to begin to digitise your business, and stay relevant to your customers.
Want to know how the world's biggest sports teams engage millions of fans? On Nov 25th, Sean Callanan will be sharing how as a tech savy programer, he took his passion for sports to now run Austr
Sports tragic Sean Callanan was so convinced of the power of social media in sport that he quit his day job as a software developer to set up Sports Geek, a digital consultancy for sports clubs. But it has been harder to convince the sports clubs.