Marc McLaughlin, Business Designer at Business Models Inc., joins the podcast to talk about how visual learning can be fun and improve business results.
Dan Benjamin is joined by Sunni Brown, Dave Gray, and Mike Rohde to discuss visual thinking, visual note-taking, and the doodle revolution.
Stephen Sackur talks to Brian Eno, the hugely influential contemporary music maker once styled the ‘brainiest guy in pop’ – except the word ‘pop’ does not really fit. Briefly a member of Roxy Music in the early ’70s, he then went his own way, creating ambient music, developing audio-visual installations and collaborating with a host of big names including Bowie, U2 and Coldplay. His output has been prolific and varied, but what is he? A musician, a composer, or an artist impossible to label?
A talk, followed by Q&A, by Frederic Laloux about "Reinventing Organizations", a research and book that is turning into an international phenomenon.
Increasingly, employees and managers (but also doctors, nurses, teachers, etc.) are disillusioned with the way we run organizations today. We all somehow sense that there simply must be better ways to run our businesses, nonprofits, schools and hospitals.
This hopeful talk shares the key insights from groundbreaking research into the emergence, in different parts of the world, of truly powerful and soulful organizations that have made a radical leap beyond today’s management thinking.
(It starts with the story of how organizations evolved over time. You can skip to minute 28 to hear the story of Buurtzorg, one of the extraordinary pioneering organizations, that revolutionized home care in the Netherlands. At minute 36, the talk goes into self-management. At minute 52 into wholeness at work. And at 1:06 into evolutionary purpose in organizations. Q&A start at 1:21.)
Correction: As I was quoting figures from memory, I got two figures wrong related to Morning Star’s market share in tomato paste in the US, and in tomato trucking. In both cases Morning Star’s market share is above 30%. As ‘The Economist’ says in such cases: sorry.
The Power of a Focused Life by Shawn Blanc — Living without regret in the age of distraction.
Anil Dash is a technologist, social media influencer, and vocal activist for moral imagination in the digital sphere. He believes that we can all contribute to the humane potential of technology in this moment.
Author, essayist, and technology consultant Patrick Rhone joins Brett to comiserate about 2016 as well as discuss mental health and advocacy, both in Minnesota and across the U.S.A.
Midwest-based journalist Sarah Kendzior thinks things are going to get a lot worse. Her view from mid-America is that the election is just the opening act of a future rife with fascism and violence.
Can we break bad habits by being more curious about them? Psychiatrist Judson Brewer studies the relationship between mindfulness and addiction — from smoking to overeating to all those other things we do even though we know they’re bad for us. Learn more about the mechanism of habit development and discover a simple but profound tactic that might help you beat your next urge to smoke, snack or check a text while driving.
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Leveraging Open Source - Everything You Wanted to Know About Open Source that Nobody Told You (including getting paid to do it)
Speaker: Jeff Genender
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