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

Nicholas Thompson

Editor-in-Chief, WIRED

A discussion about the broad implications this pandemic will have for society, businesses, technology, governments, and our environment.

Mathew Sweezey

Marketing Futurist, Salesforce

Why marketers can no longer simply force messaging into the marketplace. Instead, brands must now market with context in mind and co-create with the very people who create and consume.

Bill Walshe

CEO of Viceroy Hotel Group

A luxury hotel brand has to strike a delicate balance between delivering an exceptional guest experience that’s both consistent and one-of-a-kind.

Amy Edmondson

Harvard Business School Professor & Author

The benefits of creating psychological safety in the workplace and why it’s essential for learning, innovation, and growth in the knowledge economy

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