Simon Brown on his new co-authored book The Curious Advantage
January 15 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
Curiosity has profound implications for organizations, leaders and individuals inhabiting today’s digital reality. Pointing to practical tools and case examples, Simon Brown, one of the authors of The Curious Advantage and Chief Learning Officer at Novartis, makes the case for how curiosity can be the greatest driver of value in the new digital economy.
Shannon Huffman Polson on her book, The Grit Factor
January 14 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
What does it take for women to succeed in a male-dominated world? As one of the Army's first female attack helicopter pilots, Shannon Huffman Polson shares her own life lessons, as well as the candid stories of several other elite military women, to energize and enlighten current and aspiring leaders everywhere — whether male or female.
A New Way at Looking at Risk: From the Pandemic to Cybersecurity and Beyond
January 12 | ESG News and Views Podcast | Comments (0)
Bob Zukis will change the way you view the world we live in: it’s one comprising a set of complex systems, from finance and health care, to communications and the environment. Sometimes the failure of a single component can bring down an entire system. And sometimes, as with the COVID-19 pandemic, it can cascade into the failure of multiple systems.
US Labor Market Roundup: November Jobs Report
January 06 | Indications Podcast | Comments (0)
Join labor market experts from The Conference Board as they break down the monthly US Bureau of Labor Statistics jobs report. They provide insights on the monthly employment and unemployment numbers and identify key trends in the US job market that business leaders should know about.
William Spriggs on Workers in the COVID-19 Labor Market
December 18 | Sustaining Capitalism Podcast | Comments (0)
In October of 2020, with COVID-19 case numbers surging, more Americans had been consistently unemployed for at least 20 weeks than had been unemployed—for any length of time—a year prior. With some workers facing increased risks on the job and others worried about being locked on the sidelines, Howard University professor and chief economist to the AFL-CIO, Dr. William Spriggs joins to discuss labor market challenges and policies that could help speed a post-COVID employment recovery.
Sustainable Innovation – Features of a Successful Approach
December 16 | Let's Talk Sustainable Business Podcast | Comments (0)
In this episode, Scott Tew and Rasha Hasaneen from Trane Technologies, discuss their strategies for managing sustainable innovation. Starting with the setting of targets based on materiality analysis and scenario planning.
Olivier Onghena on his book 'The Book of Noble Purpose'
December 11 | Off the Shelf Podcast | Comments (0)
In this podcast Demet Tunc, Council Director at The Conference Board interviews Olivier Onghena on his book 'The Book of Noble Purpose'. Together they explore how bringing noble purpose into our lives, our enterprises, and the society we live in will alter things for the better.
Sustainable Innovation – A Necessary Business Transformation?
December 02 | Let's Talk Sustainable Business Podcast | Comments (0)
Scott Tew and Rasha Hasaneen, the Heads of Sustainability and Innovation at Trane Technologies, join Uwe Schulte to discuss how and why they have embarked on the journey towards sustainable innovation.
Molly Reynolds on the future of Congress
December 02 | Sustaining Capitalism Podcast | Comments (0)
As the 2020 election season comes to an end and a new Congress approaches, Molly Reynolds, senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution and author of Exceptions to the Rule: The Politics of Filibuster Limitations in the US Senate, joins to discuss potential changes in how Congress conducts its business or asserts its priorities, and how that could shape the next two years in the Executive Branch.
Will the November Lockdowns Derail the European Economic Recovery?
December 01 | Indications Podcast | Comments (0)
In this podcast Ilaria Maselli and Klaas de Vries discuss some of the insights from Conference Board research on how the European economy is doing. We start with the impact of the November lockdowns on the economy and then discuss two different scenarios for 2021.