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Unique Supergroups Shine Brightly On Beanstalk Music Festival’s Complete Lineup

first_imgSituated in beautiful Westcliffe, CO, Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival returns from June 10-12, 2016. The jam-oriented event is hosted by The Magic Beans, cultivating quite the following through tireless efforts in the state of Colorado. The band will perform three times at their own festival, but today’s announcement focuses on the new additions to the 2016 lineup.With previously announced sets from Electron, The Main Squeeze, Nigel Hall Band, Ben Silver and more, the newly completed lineup takes things to the next level. theNEWDEAL have been added, as well as a collaboration called New Elastic Time ft. Michael Kang, Jason Hann, and Michael Travis of String Cheese Incident with Jamie Shields of tND. Without A Net: A Tribute To The Grateful Dead has been added as well, reprising a pair of concerts with Todd Stoops, Allen Aucoin, Reed Mathis, Marcus Rezak, and Hayley Jane. CIA has also been announced, a collective featuring Clay Parnell, Ian McGuire and Allen Aucoin.Other additions include RAQ, Orgone, Kitchen Dwellers, Tom Hamilton’s American Babies, Greener Grounds, Brothers Gow and so many more. With such great music nestled in the rich Colorado mountains, there’s no excuse not to be there.Check out the full lineup below, and head to Beanstalk’s website for details.Beanstalk Music & Mountains Festival LineupThe Magic Beans (3 Nights)Electron (2 sets)The New DealNew Elastic Time (featuring Michael Kang, Jason Hann, and Michael Travis of The String Cheese Incident, and Jamie Shields of The New Deal) (2 sets)Without a Net: A Tribute to the Grateful Dead (featuring Todd Stoops – Raq, Allen Aucoin – TDB, Reed Mathis – Billy and the Kids/Tea Leaf Green, Marcus Rezak – Stratosphere All-Stars, and Hayley Jane)The Main Squeeze (2 Sets – Motown set and original Set)RAQNigel Hall BandOrgoneBen Silver of Orchard Lounge (Late Night)CIA featuring Allen Aucoin – TDB, Clay Parnell – Particle/American Babies, Ian McGuire – Sonic Spank (Late Night)Kitchen Dwellers (2 Nights)Tom Hamilton’s American BabiesVibe StreetGipsy MoonBrothers GowSpaffordGreener GroundsSkydyedMalai LlamaHog McgundyThe HornitzMama Magnolia Honors David BowieCyclesThe RunnikineMantaraylast_img read more

Strategic Planning: Tidbits for success

first_imgHigh-performing organizations use a few basic practices to help them move goals and objectives from their planning event into reality.by: Deedee Myers, Ph.D.Creating and delivering on a viable strategic plan is hard work. It requires blending abstract objectives with effective action, plus an engaged and committed workforce. High-performing organizations use a few basic practices that support their ongoing success in moving goals and objectives from their planning event into reality. Here are a few to consider:Involve the DoersRather than using solely a top-down approach in deciding what objectives should be presented at the strategic planning event, include all employees in the organization. Create a process whereby each level and function in the organization helps identify the opportunities and challenges.Many credit unions include senior-level management throughout the entire strategic planning process and mid-management in the pre-event work. I see superb strategic planning outcomes when there is also a viable process for tapping the levels that report to mid-management—including the employees who meet and support the members EVERY day. Front-line staff hear what is important, and this is valuable information.Commit to Ongoing Strategic PlanningThis weekend I had an opportunity to be part of the process as a board interviewed CEO candidates. One of the questions the board asked was, “How often should we do strategic planning?” These high-performing professionals concluded that a strategic-planning mindset is a daily practice. Here are some ideas: continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Picture of the day: Höegh LNG’s ninth FSRU afloat at HHI

first_imgImage courtesy of Höegh LNGNorway-based FSRU provider, Höegh LNG signed a shipbuilding contract with the South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries for its ninth FSRU in January. The vessel, currently known as HN2909 will have a storage capacity of 170,000 cubic meters and a regasification capacity of 1,000 MMscf/day, with full trading capabilities.On Friday, Höegh LNG, through its social media channels, showed the HN2909 hull floating at the South Korean shipyard.The vessel is scheduled for delivery in 2018 and it was assigned to serve the charter deal Höegh LNG signed with Pakistan’s Global Energy Infrastructure Limited that had a scheduled start-up in the second quarter of 2018.However, following unsuccessful negotiations with GEIL, the consortium comprising Höegh LNG, Qatar Petroleum, Total, Mitsubishi and ExxonMobil, that was set to develop the project dissolved. Due to the dissolution, Höegh LNG is evaluating its options in regard to the FSRU agreement it has signed with GEIL, and is looking for alternative employment for the FSRU. LNG World News Stafflast_img read more