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Get a…Business Second Opinion Rigorously Examining Sources and Effects of Business Practices. Learn to read between the lines and peep behind the curtain on where business ideas come from and what their effects are likely to produce as a result. Predict effects before you buy! Question before you adopt! Business Second Opinion makes it easy.
 
The Amiel Show provides people who are hungry to grow as leaders and human beings with cutting-edge conversations about leadership. What’s the one skill or quality you can improve that will build your public identity as a competent and trusted leader? What does it take to manage your commitments to yourself and others so that you produce better results with less stress? How can brain science inform how you develop people and organizations? What becomes possible when you reframe organizationa ...
 
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Episode 75 of the Exponential Organisations Podcast - Carol Sanford - Author of "The Regenerative Life" Carol is a consistently recognized thought leader working side by side with Fortune 500 and new economy executives in designing and leading systemic business change and design. Through her university and in-house educational offerings, global spe…
 
Episode 78 of the Exponential Organisations Podcast - Richard Wright - Author of "The Power of Purpose" Richard Wright is a successful businessman and two-time, stage four brain cancer survivor, who overcame all the odds of beating cancer, whilst at the same time competing in some of the world’s toughest endurance events. He has recently published …
 
Episode 77 of the Exponential Organisations Podcast - Nir Bashan - Author of "The Creator Mindset: 92 Tools to Unlock the Secrets to Innovation, Growth" Nir Bashan is a world-renowned creativity expert. He has taught thousands of leaders and individuals across the globe how to harness the power of creativity to improve profitability, increase sales…
 
In the past few elections cycles North Carolina has been at the center of discussions around race-based voter suppression, most recently focused on stringent voter ID requirements. With Election day only two months away, there is growing concern amongst many in this pivotal swing state about whether their voice will be heard. James Leloudis, profes…
 
Today our guest is Dr Marilyn Gist. As an author, speaker, and educator, Marilyn held the Boeing Endowed Professorship of Business Management at the University of Washington. Later, as Associate Dean at Seattle University, she started the Center for Leadership Formation and led the EMBA degree from its inception to rank #11 in the nation by US News…
 
Episode 74 of the Exponential Organisations Podcast - Bobbi Silten - Managing Director of the Shared Value Initiative Bobbi Silten works for FSG and has over three decades of business experience and as an early adopter of the idea of shared value. As the managing director of the Shared Value Initiative, Bobbi leads a global community of leaders who…
 
This week, we continue to play with some novel show formats. I am joined by three of the conveners of the upcoming Nura Learning course, Cohering the Radical Present: Integral Consciousness in Daily Life. We have two first time guests: Dr Barbara Karlsen, a practising somatic psychotherapist and continuum movement instructor. Jeremy Johnson, founde…
 
Episode 73 of the Exponential Organisations podcast - Chip Bell - Author of "Inside Your Customer's Imagination" Chip is a highly sought-after keynote speaker and a prolific writer. He is a world-renowned authority on customer loyalty, partnership and service innovation, he has written over 700 articles and blogs for business journals and magazines…
 
Thomas J. Tierney is an expert in smart philanthropy and co-founder of the Bridgespan Group which provides management consulting to nonprofits and philanthropists. He is the co-author of Give Smart: Philanthropy That Gets Results, which is intended for philanthropists and nonprofits with the resources to do big things to make big changes in the wor…
 
Billy Shore is a founder of the organization Share Our Strength, the umbrella organization of No Kid Hungry. Over the past 35 years, the organization has made huge strides in ending childhood hunger in the United States. How have they done it? Listen: This episode is hosted by Alex S. Jones - Pulitzer Prize-winning former New York Times reporter an…
 
Keeping the swapcast train rolling this week, we are joined by author and fellow podcaster (obviously), J. David Osborne. David is the author of multiple novels and is a fellow superfan of Grant Morrison's The Invisibles. Who better, then, to talk about the series' heightened value in These Capitalised Times, as well as the role of creativity in re…
 
Episode 72 of the Exponential Organisations podcast - John Rossman - Author of "Think Like Amazon" John is an expert at digital business models, operations and organizing programs. He has led engagements on developing innovation processes, Internet of Things strategies, marketplace and API driven platform business models. He is a sought after speak…
 
Today in episode 71 of the Exponential Organisation podcast I interview Ken Banks - Head of Social Purpose at Yoti. Ken is a social innovator, technologist and anthropologist with 25+ years experience working in developing regions of the world - particularly Africa - with a focus on technology, conservation and humanitarian relief. During his caree…
 
For some reason there's a big gap between young Americans' intention to vote and the chance that they will actually do it. In this episode: why so few young people in the United States vote. This season of Ways & Means is supported by Polis: the Center for Politics at Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy…
 
Episode 70 of the Exponential Organisations Podcast - "OpenExO Update for September 2020 and Escalate Group" I talk to Kevin Allen, the Chief Community Officer of OpenExO, about the Consultant certification run in the Philippians, the ongoing OpenExO Live and the upcoming Ask Salim Anything taking place on September 8th. This episode also includes …
 
This week I interview Darrell Rigby about his new book “Doing Agile Right”. Darrell Rigby is a partner based in Bain’s Boston office. He leads the firm’s Global Innovation and Agile practices and is the former head of Bain’s Global Retail practice. He is a frequent speaker and writer on innovation and retail issues including agile innovation, Both …
 
Since the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Durham county back in March, the Durham city and county governments have had the tall task to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus while also responding to the struggles of local residents. Sanford alumni Ryan Smith and Mariel Beasley and current MPP candidate Mary Grace Stoneking join Dean Judit…
 
Something a little different this week. I am both the guest and the host in today on today's episode. And fellow podcaster, James from Hermitix, is himself both guest and host. We talk about and through accelerationism, the state of various discourses, what to do when doing anything makes everything worse, where (and how?) to find meaning in These …
 
Episode 68 of the Exponential Organisations podcast - Eve Simon - Curator of “Purpose: How Decisions in Life are Shaping Leadership Journeys” Eve Simon is an international career & leadership coach, organizational development strategist and communications specialist. She is known for her creative system mindset, learning journey's as well as solid …
 
Episode 67 of the Exponential Organisations podcast - Scott Davis - Co-author of “Lessons from the Titans” Scott serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Melius Research (https://www.meliusresearch.com), where he is also the lead research analyst covering the multi-industry sector. He brings 25 years of industrial equity research experienc…
 
We explore research into how government-funded afterschool programs for poor families are empowering politically motivated parents. Hear from staff and parents about how these programs have inspired change in their community and learn what elements build effective programs. This season of Ways & Means is supported by Polis: the Center for Politics …
 
Herman Singh is an innovative business thinker and a high impact player having delivered significant business value in the executive roles that he has operated in. He has an unusual mix of Business, Technology, Leadership and Creative skills that positions him uniquely for roles to lead the march to the new Digital Economy. I talk to Herman about h…
 
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