Episodes

Conversations about changes in business, consumers, and where the two converge. Browse below to check out every episode.

John Kotter

Professor of Leadership, Emeritus, at the Harvard Business School and Founder of Kotter International

A conversation about why human beings and organizations have difficulty responding to change and what’s required to lead change in a complex, large-scale business environment.

Pam Lifford

President, Global Brands & Experiences, Warner Bros.

The value of building strong relationships -- with fans, colleagues, consumers, and partners -- and growing the consumer products and experiences for the most popular and lucrative franchises in the world.

Reshma Saujani

Founder, Girls Who Code

A discussion about solving the cultural and systemic forces that exist inside of tech companies, and across greater society, that hold women back and inhibit the U.S. from realizing its full economic potential.

Franklin Leonard

Founder & CEO, The Black List

How The Black List is democratizing access to the motion picture industry -- traditionally an insular and biased system -- and creating a true Hollywood meritocracy by sourcing storytelling talent from around the world.

Steve Huffman

CEO, Reddit

A conversation about how Reddit has evolved, navigating the proliferation of hate speech and the spread of misinformation while also staying true to its mission to create community and belonging.

Sal Khan

Founder & CEO, Khan Academy

Why we need to move towards an educational ecosystem where every student can receive a personalized education -- be it in-person, digitally, or both -- at a mass scale.