HBR IdeaCast

by Harvard Business Review (ideacast@hbr.org) · · · · 20 subscribers

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

David Rhodes, global leader of The Boston Consulting Group's Financial Institutions Practice.
Peter Ubel, physician and behavioral scientist at the University of Michigan and author of "Free Market Madness."
Marshall Goldsmith, executive coach and author of "Succession: Are You Ready?"
Annie McKee, founder of the Teleos Leadership Institute and coauthor of "Becoming a Resonant Leader."
Michael Watkins, cofounder of Genesis Advisers and author of the HBR article "Picking the Right Transition Strategy."
Diane Coutu, HBR senior editor and coauthor of the article "What Can Coaches Do for You?"
Featuring the ideas of Vineet Nayar, Jeff Stibel, and Stewart Friedman.
Featuring the ideas of Vineet Nayar, Jeff Stibel, and Stewart Friedman.
Tammy Erickson, McKinsey Award-winning author.
Clay Christensen, Harvard Business School professor and coauthor of the HBR article "Reinventing Your Business Model."
Jeffrey Cohn, consultant at Spencer Stuart and coauthor of the HBR article "Finding and Grooming Breakthrough Innovators."
Joseph Pine and James Gilmore, founders of Strategic Horizons LLP and authors of "Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want."
Joseph Pine and James Gilmore, founders of Strategic Horizons LLP and authors of "Authenticity: What Consumers Really Want."
Featuring the ideas of Tom Davenport, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, John Baldoni, and Annie McKee.
Scott Anthony, president of Innosight.
Hal Sirkin, senior partner and managing director at The Boston Consulting Group and coauthor of "Globality."
Walter Kiechel, former managing editor at Fortune magazine.
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Lew McCreary, HBR senior editor and author of the article "What Was Privacy?"
Holly Weeks, communication consultant and author of "Failure to Communicate: How Conversations Go Wrong and What You Can Do to Right Them."
Scott Cook, cofounder and chairman of the executive committee at Intuit.