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

Steve Blank

Author & Stanford University Adjunct Professor

Large companies are not bigger versions of startups anymore so than startups are smaller versions of large companies. Applying lean startup methods in large companies creates “innovation theater” and not real innovation, according to Steve Blank, co-founder of the Lean Startup. Steve joins the podcast to explain why and to discuss his next big idea for business: the Innovation Doctrine.

Jason Robins

CEO and co-founder, DraftKings

How the culture, regulations, and business around sports betting is changing in the United States

Eric Allison

Head of Uber Elevate

Flying cars have always been a sci-fi fantasy, not a reality. That may be changing sooner than we realize.

Bernie Banks

Associate Dean for Leadership Development and Professor at the Kellogg School of Management

Former Brigadier General, and Associate Dean, Bernie Banks explains his eight core leadership principles and draws parallels between effective leadership in the military and in business.

David Weinberger

Author of Everyday Chaos & Senior Researcher at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society

Machine learning helps us make better predictions while it also reveals how profoundly complex and chaotic our world is

Thomas Buberl


Thomas Buberl, CEO of AXA, explains how his role and the company mission as new risks emerge in a volatile world.