30 episodes

Hosted by the Drucker Institute’s Rick Wartzman, author of four books and a Fortune contributor, The Bottom Line puts a spotlight on companies that are advancing social progress—and those that aren’t.

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Hosted by the Drucker Institute’s Rick Wartzman, author of four books and a Fortune contributor, The Bottom Line puts a spotlight on companies that are advancing social progress—and those that aren’t.

    Episode 24: Upending the Nation's Financial Giants With Beneficial State Bank's Kat Taylor

    Episode 24: Upending the Nation's Financial Giants With Beneficial State Bank's Kat Taylor

    Featured interview with Kat Taylor, co-founder and CEO of Beneficial State Bank.

    Megan Kamerick reports on why front-line bank jobs are generally so miserable.

    Karan Chopra explores the need for employers and educators to build new bridges in an era of lifelong learning.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Episode 23: Examining the Rise of the Social Enterprise With Deloitte's Erica Volini

    Episode 23: Examining the Rise of the Social Enterprise With Deloitte's Erica Volini

    Featured interview with Erica Volini, U.S. Human Capital leader for Deloitte Consulting.

    Marty Goldensohn reports on BlackRock CEO Larry Fink’s call for companies to show how they’re making a “positive contribution to society.”

    Natalie Foster comments on how the retail industry is being decimated by avarice, not just Amazon.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 22: Battling Income Inequality With Second Avenue Partners' Nick Hanauer

    Episode 22: Battling Income Inequality With Second Avenue Partners' Nick Hanauer

    Featured interview with Nick Hanauer, co-founder of Second Avenue Partners.

    Larry Buhl reports on the steady erosion of overtime pay in America.

    Karan Chopra explains how great social benefits can result when “agents of innovation” combine with “agents of scale.”

    • 55 min
    Episode 21: Becoming a High-Road Employment Model With Managed by Q's Dan Teran

    Episode 21: Becoming a High-Road Employment Model With Managed by Q's Dan Teran

    Featured interview with Dan Teran, co-founder and CEO of Managed by Q.

    Molly Nugent reports on MIT professor Zeynep Ton's Good Jobs Strategy.

    Natalie Foster explores why the basic income experiment underway in Stockton, Calif., is so significant.

    • 1 hr
    Episode 20: Eating Right With Naturade's Claude Tellis and Kareem Cook

    Episode 20: Eating Right With Naturade's Claude Tellis and Kareem Cook

    Featured interview with Naturade CEO Claude Tellis and Kareem Cook, the company's chief marketing officer.

    Bridget Huber reports on Impact America Fund’s efforts to help improve low- to moderate-income areas.

    Karan Chopra lays out what small rice farmers in West Africa can teach American business leaders.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 19: Finding the Perfect Career With Sokanu's Spencer Thompson

    Episode 19: Finding the Perfect Career With Sokanu's Spencer Thompson

    Featured interview with Spencer Thompson, founder and president of Sokanu.

    Bridget Huber reports on the skills that today’s teens will need to succeed in the workplace of tomorrow.

    Natalie Foster explores how and why the private sector is starting to make real strides on paid parental leave.

    • 1 hr 7 min

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Amazing guests! Smart conversation.

This POD gets better with each episode. Rick Wartzman has a great, casual style that makes it feel like a conversation over a beer. He asks exactly the kind of questions you would if you were there AND if you KNEW A TON about business and management and history and...

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