HBR Presents Expands the Network of Harvard Business Podcasts

HBR Presents is a network of podcasts developed by partners, edited and curated by Harvard Business Review editors. The podcasts cover topics that range from how to develop as an executive to the most famous case studies from Harvard Business School. The network builds on HBR’s original podcasts, which are downloaded 2 million times per month. HBR IdeaCast, Dear HBR: and Women at Work continue to be popular, but now they’re added by new episodes dealing with pressing business issues such as managing the future of work and exploring the Gig Economy.

HBS faculty interview CEOs as well as technologists and experts on the cutting-edge of what’s coming for businesses in an era of robotics, artificial intelligence, and the rapid growth of the Gig Economy. HBR on Leadership features interviews with experts in leadership. The topics include how to make difficult decisions in the boardroom to building a diverse team.

Management of the Future of Work: In this episode, Bill Kerr and Joe Fuller talk to leaders grappling with the forces that are changing the nature of work. The guests include Scott Pulsipher, President of WGU which is an online school that focuses on skill-based instruction instead of credit hour and is democratizing access to college. Alan Jope, the President of Unilever discusses how the company has become stronger and more profitable as a result of its dedication to doing good.

Explore the latest research and information from HBS researchers on topics ranging from the way your brain functions to the role that genes play in causing disease. Plus, hear from experts on the interplay between technology and law on issues like resolving conflicts during pandemics, and how AI could benefit health.


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