Haven't seen this posted yet, thought it was quite informative.
* Morway actually came up through the agent side of things. Can see things from agent/player perspective, experienced in contract negotiations. Mentioned Donnie's mentoring.
* On how he works with Bird. Says that Bird allows him to run basketball side of things, overseeing draft, free agency, and trades. Says he talks to some teams, Bird talks to other teams, and then they get together to make decisions. Sounds a bit 2-headed monsterish, but on the other hand it seems to be working.
* On the use of analytics to evaluate players. Says that player evaluation process takes in as much info as they can, but that analytics is an increasing component of what they do. Says that analytics isn't the area of expertise of either Bird or himself, but that they hired an expert to help out. This would be Kevin Pelton of Basketball Prospectus.
* Some specific stats they're looking at: player production on-court vs off-court, vs different quality of players, at different positions, with different groups on the floor. Very reasonable stats to look at, IMO.
* On Vogel, Morway basically stuck to what Bird has said. That they're happy with Vogel's performance, but that they'll do their due diligence in the coaching search. Nevertheless, Vogel remains a strong candidate.
* On a player's character, Morway says that this a very important part of their player evaluation, and that they do extensive background checks including private investigators (which we've heard about with Lance). They also do a lot of personality and psychological testing. That while they try their best to get good guys, sometimes they have to take risks (I guess this is Lance). Not saying though that their risks will always pay off.
Those are the things that seemed interesting to me. Have a listen, and post your own thoughts.