106 episodes

Let us tell you a story.



A story of work. A story of pleasure. A story of the daily grind. A story of transcendence beauty. A story you like because its fun.



Imagine a cast of characters trying to make their way through the bleak promise of the modern industrial landscape. Machine Intelligence to the left of them. Disruptive Innovation to the right. A boss often absent from the scene. And the wrong person for the wrong decision at the wrong time front and center.



This is How We Manage Stuff. An episodic drama about the working world. Human characters who are trying to make something of themselves is a turbulent time. Anna the intern. Vinny the Venture Capitalist. Jameela, the data scientist. Evelyn the Office Manager. Rohit from IT. Sulley from PR. And of course, Maddie, the business leader of the future, currently a student at The Lillian Moller Gilbreth School for Disruptive Innovation.



No promotions. No sales. No advocacy. No best practices. Just a story. A story of work. A story of organization. A story of people. People like you and me.



Let us tell you a story.



How We Manage Stuff is produced by Djaghe LLC, David Alan Grier Executive Producer.

How We Manage Stuf‪f‬ David Alan Grier

    • Performing Arts
    • 4.5 • 4 Ratings

Let us tell you a story.



A story of work. A story of pleasure. A story of the daily grind. A story of transcendence beauty. A story you like because its fun.



Imagine a cast of characters trying to make their way through the bleak promise of the modern industrial landscape. Machine Intelligence to the left of them. Disruptive Innovation to the right. A boss often absent from the scene. And the wrong person for the wrong decision at the wrong time front and center.



This is How We Manage Stuff. An episodic drama about the working world. Human characters who are trying to make something of themselves is a turbulent time. Anna the intern. Vinny the Venture Capitalist. Jameela, the data scientist. Evelyn the Office Manager. Rohit from IT. Sulley from PR. And of course, Maddie, the business leader of the future, currently a student at The Lillian Moller Gilbreth School for Disruptive Innovation.



No promotions. No sales. No advocacy. No best practices. Just a story. A story of work. A story of organization. A story of people. People like you and me.



Let us tell you a story.



How We Manage Stuff is produced by Djaghe LLC, David Alan Grier Executive Producer.

    Embisivle Friend: Angel of the Morning

    Embisivle Friend: Angel of the Morning

    Your attorney is sitting next to your bed. You knew it was going to be a peppy day, but maybe you thought that you would at least have time for a shower? So begins the story of Embisivle Friend.  Once upon a time, there was an 8-year-old girl named Maddie who dreamed of becoming a … Continue reading Embisivle Friend: Angel of the Morning →

    • 13 min
    Embisivle Friend at the Fair

    Embisivle Friend at the Fair

    It was once a big part of Silicon Valley culture. It may someday be part of that culture again. For the moment, it’s merely a shuttered memory. Cast member Sahara visits the Bay Area Makers Faire to explain a new story for the Audio Drama “How We Manage Stuff.”  It’s a story set on the … Continue reading Embisivle Friend at the Fair →

    • 4 min
    Embisivle Friend: Noah Promo

    Embisivle Friend: Noah Promo

    We’ll do many things to get an audience. Many things. Cast member Noah Masur takes the Caltrans commuter train into Silicon Valley and tries to recruit a few new listeners for our new audio drama. At least he’s gotten you.  That’s a positive thing. The rest?  They’ll be coming soon, when we start releasing episodes … Continue reading Embisivle Friend: Noah Promo →

    • 3 min
    Embisivle Friend: Street Theatre with Zoe Anastassiou

    Embisivle Friend: Street Theatre with Zoe Anastassiou

    Ever tried to raise money in Silicon Valley? Our cast, led by Zoe Anastassiou, works the central intersection of the tech world – Page Mill Road and El Camino Real – while explaining the new series, Embisivle Friend. It’s a story about real places and real characters who are played by real actors.  It’s Embisivle … Continue reading Embisivle Friend: Street Theatre with Zoe Anastassiou →

    • 3 min
    Embisivle Friend: A Drama with Geoffrey Grier

    Embisivle Friend: A Drama with Geoffrey Grier

    A new story is coming. And part of it takes place in the City by the Bay. Cast member Geoffrey Grier gives a quick tour of the landscape of the audio drama “Embisivle Friend” Cast: Geoffrey Grier –  Himself Skippy – Himself [21906]  

    • 2 min
    Embisivle Friend: A New Story

    Embisivle Friend: A New Story

    A little girl with big dreams. A hardened veteran of business who has taken his share of punches. And two actors talking about these characters. A little preview of our upcoming story line: Embisivle Friend.   Cast: Zoe Anastassiou – Herself (& Maddie) Geoffrey Grier –  Himself (& Vinny) Skippy – Himself [18804]  

    • 2 min

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4.5 out of 5
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4 Ratings

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Smart. Witty. Informative.

As a young professional working in both DC/Silicon Valley, this series is a part of my weekly routine. The series presents a compelling narrative about trends/theories in modern organizations, drawing interesting historical connections, presented by a growing cast of relatable characters who will earn your laughs with biting social commentary. For example, you should prepare to “walk the hallways” of Silicon Valley's Lillian M. Gilbreth Preschool for the Young Innovative Entrepreneur.

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