Fast Company deputy editor Kate Davis takes listeners on a journey through the changing landscape of our work lives and explains what we need to build the future we want.
Do You Hate the Open Office? Here's How it Came to Be
In this week's episode, Fast Company reporter Lydia Dishman dives deep into the history (and future) of the office.
Should We All Be Returning to the Office?
On this week's episode, Kate Davis talks to Fast Company contributor Gwen Moran about who should--and shouldn't--return to the office.
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We're Back with New Episodes!
The New Way We Work returns with new episodes on September 13. We will be diving deep into the return to the office, "The Great Resignation", and the child care crisis.
How Depop is Tapping Into What Gen Z Wants with its Fashion Resale App
In this episode, we’re talking about social media. While Facebook and Twitter still dominate the space, apps like TikTok and Clubhouse are offering people new ways to express themselves and form communities.
Amy chatted with Maria Raga, the CEO of Depop, the fashion resale app that’s become popular with Gen Z. The platform has 30 million registered users: 90% of them are under 26 years old. They discuss Depop’s unique approach to social commerce and how it has fostered a deep connection with younger users.
Best of The New Way We Work: How can we disconnect and manage digital distraction?
In today's modern environment, it's impractical to live a completely digital-free life. But as Newport points out, you can keep your smartphone and stay sane at the same time. The key is to practice digital minimalism, and spend your online time "on a small number of carefully selected activities that strongly support things you value, and then happily miss out on everything else."
Best of The New Way We Work: The Real Reasons Why You Can't Stop Procrastinating
In this weeks 'Best Of' episode, Fast Company reporter Pavithra Mohan spoke to Nir Eyal, author of Indistractable: How To Control Your Attention And Choose your life. Nir gets to the heart of what’s really behind procrastination, and why discipline and willpower are a myth when it comes to combating distraction. And if you like what you hear in this episode, Nir is leading a workshop on this topic at Fast Company’s Innovation Festival on Tuesday September 28th, go to events.fastcompany.com to sign up.
Donald Trump 🤬
Ok you just do one on Donald J Trump!! He’s not even doing anything through the PANDEMIC He does not care about us PS BEST PODCAT :)
I really loved this show when it was Secrets of the Most Productive People. The new change doesn’t interest me, but I would’ve preferred a spin off show called The New Way We Work instead, and go back to the original topics for the original show. If you want a show similar to the pre-Covid format “How to Be Awesome at Your Job” is a good alternative. I’ll probably listen to old episodes now and again, but definitely unsubscribing and probably not tuning into the new episodes.
Better than the FC website, which seems to be leaning more toward politics, and not in a good way.
This podcast seems to stay on the topics of business and productivity instead of the seemingly 40% of Fast Company articles online that are about anti-capitalist Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity (DIE). I hope they stop with the politically correct authoritarian BS, because it’s not good for anyone’s business.
Keep Fast Company a business media outlet.
“Get woke, go broke”.