HBR IdeaCast

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

Michael Schrage, research fellow at MIT Sloan School's Center for Digital Business and author of "Serious Play."
Morten Hansen, professor at the UC Berkeley School of Information and author of "Collaboration."
Walter Kiechel, former managing editor at Fortune magazine and author of "The Lords of Strategy: The Secret Intellectual History of the New Corporate World."
183: What Motivates Us? Feb. 18, 2010
Daniel Pink, author of "Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us."
Anna Bernasek, financial journalist and author of "The Economics of Integrity."
Nathan Myhrvold, CEO of Intellectual Ventures and author of the HBR article "Funding Eureka."
Tom Davenport, Babson College professor and coauthor of "Analytics at Work: Smarter Decisions, Better Results."
Dr. Atul Gawande, surgeon at Brigham and Women's Hospital and author of "The Checklist Manifesto."
Julia Kirby, HBR editor at large.
Herminia Ibarra, professor of organizational behavior at INSEAD and coauthor of the HBR article "The Best-Performing CEOs in the World."
176: How Gen X Leads Dec. 28, 2009
Tammy Erickson, author of "What's Next, Gen X?: Keeping Up, Moving Ahead, and Getting the Career You Want."
Nicholas Eisenberger, managing principal of GreenOrder, joins us from Copenhagen.
Whitney Johnson, founding partner of Rose Park Advisors.
Andrew McAfee, principal research scientist at MIT's Center for Digital Business and author of "Enterprise 2.0."
Umair Haque, director of the Havas Media Lab.
Roger Martin, dean of the Rotman School of Management and author of "The Design of Business."
Dr. Robert Blendon, professor at the Harvard School of Public Health and the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
William Eggers, global research director at Deloitte and coauthor of "If We Can Put a Man on the Moon."
Vijay Govindarajan, director of the Center for Global Leadership at the Tuck School of Business and coauthor of the HBR article "How GE Is Disrupting Itself."
Nancy Koehn, Harvard Business School historian and editor of "The Story of American Business."