Management And Marketing Podcasts
Executive Breakthroughs Podcast is where high-performing executives, managers, entrepreneurs, and rising stars, just like you, come to learn from their business heroes on how to make your unique mark on the world, maximize leadership and performance, create a culture of rockstar talent (i.e. be an expert team builder), and more. HINT: It takes more than bean bag chairs, a waffle bar, and all those perks on “Silicon Valley.” We’ll talk visionary leadership, bold entrepreneurship, building epic teams and winning management styles. Wild creativity paired with disciplined productivity, great teamwork, and unbreakable team chemistry. Embracing fear and stamping out impostor syndrome. Tiny missteps, and epic misfires. Hot topics in Human Resources and Sales. Mistakes you can skip, and strategies you can steal. (Because stealing pens and Post-it notes is for amateurs.) This show will make you a better leader, manager, team builder, investor and -- most important -- a better strategic-thinker and problem-solver.
By Jason Treu
This Human Business is a podcast that explores the new movement to reassert the value of the human experience, in an age when an obsession with digital tools of automation has created a dangerous imbalance in the corporate world. The podcast looks into the use of mythology and storytelling to evoke emotional engagement, the role of rituals in commercial culture, new radically human forms of thick research that complement Big Data, human reactions to new business technologies, dark and hopeful visions of the future, digital racism, and the fluid opportunities for dynamic interactions with gender and identity in the business world. It then transforms into the articulation of emotional granularity, exploring the business of being human.
By Jonathan Cook
The SaaS Breakthrough Show is an inside look at what is working in marketing for SaaS companies today by the marketers who are in the trenches, experimenting on a daily basis to grow their MRR and build amazing businesses. The SaaS Breakthrough show is brought to you by Demio, an easy-to-use, reliable webinar software built to help marketing and customer-education teams effectively scale their efforts in less time than ever before.
By Demio, Hosted by David Abrams
Welcome to the McKinsey on China podcast. In this podcast, consultants from McKinsey’s Greater China Practice delve into the issues and trends shaping business and the economy in this dynamic region. Since we launched the podcast in December 2011, we’ve published 50 episodes on topics covering the full gamut of critical issues in China, including urbanization, globalization of Chinese companies, energy, consumers, electric vehicles, macroeconomic policy and reform, and more. Your hosts are Nick Leung and Glenn Leibowitz. Nick is the Managing Partner of McKinsey’s Greater China Practice. Glenn heads up McKinsey’s external relations and publishing group in Greater China. Subscribe to the podcast for free on iTunes and listen to it while you’re on the road (or airborne). We’d appreciate if you could write a short review and rate it too. You can also listen to it right here on this website. Suggestions for future topics? Feedback? We’d like to hear from you. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
By McKinsey China
Project Management: Practical advice to help you succeed in managing real projects in the real world. More art than science, Project Management is the "glue & grease" that allows modern organizations to drive through turbulent times with some semblance of sanity. Dina reviews great Agile and Traditional project management methods, and even more importantly, offers good judgment about which methods to rely on for which job. Whether you are a seasoned project manager or simply play one on TV, as long as you like to get things done and have fun . . . Controlling Chaos is for you.
By Dina Henry Scott, PMP
Leading global consultant, business author, and former Harvard Business School professor David Maister presents a videocast of highlights from his speaking engagements covering his four main topic areas: Strategy, Management, Client Relations, and Careers.
By David Maister