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A weekly podcast featuring the leading thinkers in business and management.

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A weekly podcast featuring the leading thinkers in business and management.

    Tech at Work: The Future of Spatial Computing

    Tech at Work: The Future of Spatial Computing

    Managing technology has never been more challenging. HBR IdeaCast’s new special series, Tech at Work, offers research, stories, and advice to make technology work for you and your team. This week: how to prepare your company for the future of spatial computing.

    • 32 min
    Yum! Brands’ Former CEO on Why You Should Never Stop Learning

    Yum! Brands’ Former CEO on Why You Should Never Stop Learning

    After 15 years leading the parent company of KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell, David Novak wanted to help others become better leaders. He believes the key is to put learning at the center of everything you do, whether you’re an entry-level worker or a multinational executive. Novak outlines three main areas for learning: from your own life experiences, from the people and situations available right now, and from the habit of curiosity. Above all, he says the most effective leaders turn their learnings into action, something that takes insight and practice. Novak’s new book is How Leaders Learn: Master the Habits of the World's Most Successful People.

    • 27 min
    Why You Need to Stress Test Your Strategies (and Tactics)

    Why You Need to Stress Test Your Strategies (and Tactics)

    While many teams and organizations engage in scenario planning, most don't go far enough. Arjan Singh, consultant and adjunct professor at Southern Methodist University, says a more disciplined approach, borrowed from the military, can help leaders truly test how their strategies, operations, and tactics hold up against competitors, shifting market dynamics, and unexpected events. He's helped hundreds of companies identify risks and find new ways to innovate by leading them through corporate war games, and he explains his process and results. Singh is the author of the book Competitive Success: Building Winning Strategies with Corporate War Games.

    • 28 min
    Tech at Work: How to Get the Most Out of Digital Collaboration Tools

    Tech at Work: How to Get the Most Out of Digital Collaboration Tools

    Managing technology has never been more challenging. HBR IdeaCast’s new special series, Tech at Work, offers research, stories, and advice to make technology work for you and your team. This week: how your team can get the most out of digital collaboration tools.

    • 38 min
    What Venture Capitalists Can Teach Companies About Decision-Making

    What Venture Capitalists Can Teach Companies About Decision-Making

    Venture capital firms notoriously embrace risk and take big swings, hoping that one startup will become a monster hit that pays for many other failed investments. This VC approach scares established companies, but it shouldn’t. Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Ilya Strebulaev says that VC firms have proven best practices that all leaders should apply in their own companies. He explains exactly how VC’s operationalize risk, embrace disagreement over consensus, and stay agile in their decision-making—all valuable lessons that apply outside of Silicon Valley. With author Alex Dang, Strebulaev cowrote the new book The Venture Mindset: How to Make Smarter Bets and Achieve Extraordinary Growth and the HBR article "Make Decisions with a VC Mindset."

    • 27 min
    How to Navigate Change at Any Career Stage

    How to Navigate Change at Any Career Stage

    Disruption and transformation at the new normal in nearly every industry. So how do you stay ahead of the curve?  Over the past four decades, Bonnie Hammer  successfully adapted to massive changes in the media industry, rising from production assistant to leadership roles in broadcast, cable, and streaming. Now vice chair of NBCUniversal, she has advice on how to get noticed, acquire the right skillsets, make smart decisions, and adjust to shifting corporate and market dynamics. She's the author of the book 15 Lies Women Are Told at Work: ...and the Truth We Need to Succeed.

    • 29 min

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BARTdG ,

Most of the interviews are very interesting

I recently discovered this podcast and listened back many episodes. I enjoyed most of the interviews and they really trigger me to look up and read the articles.

rantfors ,

Love the CEO series!

I love your CEO series!! Please continue with those. So inspiring and insightful conversations!

Rolando Aravena ,

Glocalisation

Intressant syn på hur bland annat prisbilden och re-engineeringen av en produkt påverkas när en glocalisation sker.

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