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Podcasts from The Conference Board
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2019

  • David Ulrich and Arthur Yeung on their new book, Reinventing the Organization

    Hear from co-authors David Ulrich and Arthur Yeung as they describe why the traditional organizational hierarchy is dead and what replaces it. Discover a much-needed blueprint for reinventing your organization and learn how business leaders can build a new type of corporate structure that is much more responsive to fast-changing markets – and how they should lead it.

  • Bob Hoffman on his latest book, Laughing at Advertising

    Join best-selling author and ad contrarian, Bob Hoffman, as he sits down with The Conference Board Marketing Institute Leader, JP Kuehlwein, to discuss his latest book, a collection of Bob’s most irresponsible and inappropriate blog posts, essays, and cave drawings. Hear his outspoken critique of what’s wrong in the advertising world and what he has to say about privacy, ageism, and social media.

  • The Geopolitical Impact On Tomorrow’s Global Economy

    Bart van Ark sits down with George Friedman, Founder and Chairman of Geopolitical Futures, to discuss how the geopolitical climate will affect the global economy in 2020. How has economic dysfunction and social instability from the 2008 financial crisis influenced today’s economy? How large is the exposure for importing nations versus exporting nations? How has the rise of technology contributed to social and economic inequality?

  • Prof. Michael Hüther on his new book, Exhausted Globalization

    Join Prof. Michael Hüther, director of the Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft, as he sits down with The Conference Board Senior Economist for Europe, Ilaria Maselli, to discuss his latest book, Exhausted Globalization: Between the Transatlantic Orientation and the Chinese Way.

  • Patrick Hanlon on his new book, Primal Branding

    Join Patrick Hanlon, senior advertising executive and founder of Thinktopia, as he sits down with The Conference Board Marketing Institute Leader, JP Kuehlwein, to discuss his latest book which reveals seven definable assets that together construct the belief system that lies behind and differentiates every successful brand from those that are less effective – whether it's a product, service, city, personality, social cause, or movement.

  • Amy Jen Su on her new book, The Leader You Want To Be

    Join Amy Jen Su as she discusses her new book which offers readers five essential principles for bringing out your best self every day. Learn how to tap into and expand your leadership capacity so that you can be your best, sustain yourself, and thrive as a leader.

  • The Critical Components of High-Quality Early Childhood Learning Experiences or Why High-Quality Early Childhood Learning Experiences Matter

    In this episode, Elanna Yalow, Chief Academic Officer of KinderCare Education, spoke with Bernard Bailey, CED President, about the critical components of high-quality early learning experiences and how parents can be confident that they are selecting the most appropriate setting for their child and family.

  • A conversation with... Anna Tavis

    Join us for a lively conversation about performance management with Anna Tavis, PhD, Clinical Associate Professor of Human Capital Management at New York University. In this podcast, Anna tackles tough questions: Why is it so hard for companies to figure out performance management? Where should this transformation start? And what is the future of performance management?

  • Jennifer Brown on her new book, How To Be An Inclusive Leader

    We know why diversity is important, but how do we drive real change at work? Join diversity & inclusion expert, Jennifer Brown, as she discusses her latest book which offers readers a step-by-step guide for the personal and emotional journey practitioners must undertake to create an inclusive workplace where everyone can thrive – and what leaders at any level can do to spark real change.

  • Early Childhood Education is a National Security Issue

    Mike Petters, President and CEO of Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII), discussed with CED President Bernard Bailey why early childhood education is vital to national security. Petters, who heads America’s largest shipbuilding company employing more than 40,000 people, started a scholarship fund by declining his annual salary (minus $1) that awards up to $3,000 to each qualified employee for preschool expenses. He also serves as a CED Trustee and Business Champion to Advance Early Childhood Educ

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