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2020 has seen the world of work transform before our eyes. The global freelance workforce has been augmented by millions of skilled workers looking to engage in new, creative ways while businesses look to reduce their fixed costs and move to flexible, resilient, as-a-service delivery models. Join the re-source team as they meet the movers and shakers from the wonderful world of open talent
 
Learn how to systematically and consistently create profound innovation. Break through traditional thinking! Scott Amyx is a globally renowned expert in product innovation that integrates exponential technologies, out-of-the-box thinking and proven science and research methodologies to create breakthrough new innovations for organizations. On his Forbes column and now on this podcast, he shares research-based best practices on how to generate profound, new-to-the-world innovations that have ...
 
The best startup advice from Silicon Valley and beyond. Iconic CEOs — from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack — share the stories and strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands. On each episode, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Silicon Valley investor — proves an unconventional theory about how businesses scale, while his guests share the story of how I built this company. Reid and guests talk entrepreneurship, leadership, strateg ...
 
Our mission: To help reverse global warming as soon as possible and rebuild a safer, healthier, and more just world. How are we doing this? We're working to unleash the power of people (like you) all around the world by bringing you the info, resources, tools, ideas, and community to multiply our collective impact. On this show, you'll learn from sustainability leaders around the world and find ways to level up your own impact!
 
Hello world! Let's explore what’s beneath the surface of web security. Undetected takes a holistic approach to web security and will bring forward pressing matters when it comes to web vulnerabilities, security culture and what can be done to fix the Internet. The show is hosted by ethical hacker and TV documentary figure, Laura Kankaala. This podcast is brought to you by Detectify, a web security company powered by ethical hackers.
 
We cover trends, stories, and insights at the intersection of digital transformation and measurable value creation. The episodes are short and sweet, as we explore questions like this:What are the emerging digital trends? How do they impact business growth?How can digital transformation produce more value?What is hype, and what is real?How can you become a better digital leader?How will all of this advance your opportunities?How will we all benefit as a result?Host - Tamas Hevizi
 
Welcome to Wild Card – Whose Shoes! Walking in the shoes of more interesting people 😉 My name is Gill Phillips and I’m the creator of Whose Shoes, a popular approach to coproduction and I am known for having an amazing network. Building on my inclusion in the Health Services Journal ‘WILD CARDS’, part of #HSJ100, and particularly the shoutout for ‘improving care for some of the most vulnerable in society through co-production’, I will be chatting to a really diverse group of people, providin ...
 
My name is Paras Chopra and in the Bold Conjectures podcast, I interview experts from a variety of fields, asking them about unsolved questions in their field and what’s their conjecture for such open questions. Conjectures are ideas that are thought to be true but we neither have proof or disproof for them. Karl Popper, the famous philosopher of science, famously wrote the following in his debut book: “Bold ideas, unjustified anticipations, and speculative thought, are our only means for in ...
 
Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time. Host, Bob Ruff, asks listeners to help with investigations as he takes on a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. The subject of Season 10 is the 1996 murder of Houston woman, Catalina Palomino, and the possible wrongful conviction of 15 year old Jennifer Jeffley. Join the investigation!
 
People are often described as the largest asset in most organisations. They are also the biggest single cause of risk. This podcast explores the topic of 'human risk', or "the risk of people doing things they shouldn't or not doing things they should", and examines how behavioural science can help us mitigate it. It also looks at 'human reward', or "how to get the most out of people". When we manage human risk, we often stifle human reward. Equally, when we unleash human reward, we often ina ...
 
Listen to new music created online by musicians all over the world, most of whom have never met. Songs are created collaboratively on Kompoz. Kompoz allows musicians from all around the world to collaborate online to create new original music. Use GarageBand, Pro Tools, Logic Pro, Studio One, REAPER or any other audio software to record your ideas, then upload them to Kompoz. Invite your friends to collaborate, or meet new friends across the world. With Kompoz, you can create songs with a ba ...
 
The Alternative Investments Club on Clubhouse has access to the world's leading investors, fund managers, finance experts and market wizards. With this podcast we make the Club sessions available to a wider audience as we dive into the exciting world of Alternative Investments - financial assets beyond the traditional equity/income/cash categories, e.g. hedge funds, private equity, venture capital, commodity trading advisors, private debt/alternative credit, CTAs, collectibles, digital asset ...
 
The Rocky Mountain Internet Users Group (RMIUG) is a Boulder, Colorado based technology group that explores all facets of the Internet including Social Media, Marketing, and Mobile Computing. Founded in 1994, RMIUG boasts over 13,000 members in the Rocky Mountain region. This podcast is a recording of the bi-monthly meetings held at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in South Boulder. Each meeting a speaker is brought to present a specific topic. The result is a lively and topical ...
 
“Let’s Talk Good Business” is a lively format of news, information and dialogues with luminaries in all walks of business. The show chronicles the emerging identity of social entrepreneurs, activists, philanthropists and other creative change makers. The aim of “Let’s Talk Good Business” is to focus on creating and managing profitable, socially conscious endeavors. In each episode host, Dr. Dionne explores the strategies, leaders and new markets that are driving the evolution of conscious bu ...
 
Lifting the lid on freelance life. Experienced freelance journalists Lily Canter and Emma Wilkinson guide you through everything you need to know about working for yourself. From where to get work, to how to get paid and everything in between. Each episode features two guests who have made freelancing a success. From film reviewers, to travel writers to bitcoin experts and current affairs broadcasters. Packed with trade secrets, top tips and amusing anecdotes this is an unmissable How To gui ...
 
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From the team that brought you Voices of America In One Room, this is Voices of Shaping Our Future. Imagine a world where forming policy was less about cutting through red tape, and more about listening to people for building a better tomorrow. Two of the most widely discussed social issues facing our society today center around our CLIMATE and ECONOMIC INEQUALITY. While many people are divided on these issues, and there are a variety of ideas involving how they should be handled, we were cu ...
 
SUP-X Radio is a weekly talk show devoted to startup and earlystage entrepreneurship, venture investing and small businesses in general. For more information, including past broadcasts, future episodes and our radio network affiliates, please visit our website, www.sup-x.org. And remember to follow us on Twitter @thesupx
 
AntArctic Stories is a podcast that takes you behind the scenes into the rich world of people who live, work, and undertake daring expeditions in the polar regions. The podcast is produced by a merry band of career polar guides who primarily work in the expedition cruise industry, and is hosted by Heather Thorkelson. AntArctic Stories is our way of bringing the incredible lives of the people we meet and work with into your homes and headsets, no matter where you are in the world.
 
Hosted by Kathy Klotz-Guest, this program is a fun, lively, improvised show discussing ways to make storytelling and content more "human." We're a jargon-monoxide free zone! The goal of this show is to make companies and teams better storytellers by providing great tips from smart, playful and fun guests who are doing interesting things in the world of storytelling, marketing, and improvisation. While this show is primarily for business owners and C-level executives within organizations, any ...
 
Big Science FM began as an experiment borne of a belief that the laws that govern the Universe are simple. Fantastical, astonishing, often unbelievable, but ultimately comprehensible to anyone who wants to understand. For an hour each week, Dr Ed Gerstner and guests explore the ideas that make the Universe tick.
 
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Crowdsourcing is more than a group of people interested in the same cause, it’s a way to tap skills – and scale – that you don’t have. And when it works, it can be the rocket fuel that launches you to scale further than you could have ever imagined. No one knows this better than Luis von Ahn, founder and CEO of Duolingo. Duolingo is a language app …
 
Every Thursday at 8 P.M. EST the Crowdsourced Politics podcast crew and guests discuss the week's news with the kind of analysis only the crowd can provide. All our news roundups are call-in shows via discord. So join our growing community on Discord, Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, or YouTube and tune-in to get plugged into all things CSP. In this week…
 
I was fortunate enough to speak with someone who is a master storyteller. Someone who has thought deeply about societal narratives and telling a better climate story for years: Damon Gameau. Damon is an award-winning actor and director widely known for "That Sugar Film" which is the all-time highest-grossing documentary in Australia. But his latest…
 
In the early part of the pandemic, early summer 2020, we ran a series of #VirtualWhoseShoes sessions, sharing innovative best practice during the pandemic and exploring the particular challenges faced by different groups of people. The work was influential and led to a lot of interesting speaker opportunities, as well as helping people ( including …
 
Numerai allows anyone in the world with an internet connection to be rewarded for supplying accurate insights to their trading model. Built on Ethereum and made possible by the NMR token- rip bong- welcome to the future. And for the first time Numerai has released their fund performance, and the system is working. Watch on YouTube, follow on Twitte…
 
Here's the second part of my conversation with Ryon Stewart and Christine Jenkins from NASA’s Center of Excellence for Collaborative Innovation. As Challenge Coordinators at NASA, Ryon and Christine bring crowdsourcing methods and expertise so that it can be a source of solutions for problems facing NASA and agencies across the United States. In th…
 
How can counter-intuitive thinking help us to make better business decisions? It’s something that Professor Ian McCarthy explores in his research. Ian has been on the show before, talking about his research Into workplace bullshit. You can hear that episode here 🎧 👉 https://www.humanriskpodcast.com/professor-ian-mccarthy-on-workplace/ On this episo…
 
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development is taking public comment on an exterior firewood quarantine. An MSU study examines the potential impact of community solar. The U.S. Coast Guard has selected Lake Superior Statue University as the hub for Great Lakes Expertise.By Delta College Public Radio
 
In this week’s BOAT Briefing, the team discuss the yacht that Richard Burton bought Elizabeth Taylor, Kalizmah, and her exciting new refit; editor Stewart Campbell reports back following a recent trip to Saudi Arabia; and travel editor Georgia Boscawen interviews Martin Enckell, one of the co-founders of Nansen Polar Expeditions, who she joined onb…
 
In May 2021, "Shaping Our Future" brought more than 600 young people together from across the country to discuss their insights on major societal issues our country is facing today. They discussed these issues in small groups, listened to panel experts offer their thoughts, and interacted with each other regardless of whether or not they agreed on …
 
Since stepping down as Walmart’s president of e-commerce at the beginning of the year, billionaire entrepreneur Marc Lore has had a busy year of big ideas. In the spring, it was announced that he reached a deal to purchase the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves and the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx, alongside Alex Rodriguez. And then last month, he outlined his …
 
Quality Technology Services is a publicly traded company and a leading provider of data center solutions across a diverse footprint spanning more than 7 million square feet of QTS Mega Data Centers throughout North America and Europe. When it comes to differentiators in this market, QTS often cites their relationship with their customers - putting …
 
Coinbase, leading cryptocurrency exchange, announced their Digital Asset Policy Proposal. A set of recommendations to the US government on how the industry should be regulated in order to maintain America's financial leadership. It's a nascent space and it should be regulated with care so as not to snuff the decades of innovation, company creation,…
 
Today we are walking - or should I say running - in the shoes of Joan Pons Laplana. Joan is one of the most interesting JFDI people I know. We all want to support the NHS, but Joan adds fun and creativity, so that we can all feel part of his adventures. Joan has just run the London Marathon , dressed as a pint of Guinness, raising money for Cavell …
 
What impact do crowds have on football ⚽️games? Is there such a thing as 'home advantage'? It's a question that is of interest to those of us who watch the sport, but also to non-sports fans because it helps us to understand the psychology of how we are impacted by our environment and other people. My guest, Dane McCarrick is a postgraduate researc…
 
History has been made. The SEC has approved a Bitcoin ETF. Standard retail brokerage accounts in the foremost capital market in the world can now gain exposure to Bitcoin. It will be available as early as next week. You may ask yourself why a Bitcoin ETF matters if you can just buy Bitcoin on an exchange like Coinbase. Two reasons. First, many reta…
 
Facebook via WhatsApp already provides private, secure, and end to end encrypted messaging to over two billion people- more than any other company on the planet. They've take that a step further by enabling end to end encrypted chat backups. So no one, not Facebook or Apple and Google where the backups are stored, can view your messages. Would love…
 
In this episode of BOAT Briefing the team discuss architect Renzo Piano's latest yacht design, MY Zattera, consider the future of the yacht-office hybrid, and catch up on the latest yachts being used in The Crown. They also discuss Benetti’s latest launch Lucky Wave, Rosetti's Emocean, and an eye-catching sailing yacht concept from DynaRig. The int…
 
In May 2021, "Shaping Our Future" brought more than 600 young people together from across the country to discuss their insights on major societal issues our country is facing today. They discussed these issues in small groups, listened to panel experts offer their thoughts, and interacted with each other regardless of whether or not they agreed on …
 
Over the course of history, we've expanded our moral circle to arrive at equal rights for all humans in most countries in the world. Can we go beyond it and expand to include animals and other sentient beings? == What we talk about == 0:00 - Introduction 1:38 - How did you get interested in effective altruism (EA) and what made you focus on animal …
 
In the last year, Sarah Hirshland has had to face one daunting issue after another as the CEO of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee – each of which have required urgent, in-the-moment decisions. Most recently Sarah mandated that U.S. athletes be vaccinated against COVID-19 to participate in the upcoming Beijing winter games. But that’s just th…
 
Tether is the most popular USD stablecoin with $69bn minted. For users to be able to trust it, they need to know that Tether has $1 worth in reserves for every $1 in Tether they have minted. The problem is, Tether has a horrid track record of stable reserves. Many have called them a scam for years, with a recent Bloomberg piece only adding to that …
 
The massive global talent shortage is driving businesses to automate in even more areas of their operations. Surveys show that more than 60% of the companies already started their automation journey. There are always some tradeoffs, of course, when doing any enterprise-wide initiative. It would be cool if you could deploy new automated processes ov…
 
Jessica Alba’s approach in founding and building The Honest Company revolves around three letters: IRL, a useful acronym for “In Real Life.” This phrase acts as a reminder for the company to shine the spotlight onto their customer’s real needs – not only to understand them, but to address them as well. Alba built the company around her passion to m…
 
October is black history month, so in this themed episode Clare Sudbery talks to Charlene Hunter, about providing professional training opportunities that create positive experiences for Black women in the face of discrimination and under-representation. Charlene Hunter is the CEO and Founder of Coding Black Females, a nonprofit organisation to ins…
 
Welcome to episode #23 of the Cool Collaborations podcast. My guest today is Paul Thagard, PhD, a is a philosopher, cognitive scientist, and author. He is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Waterloo and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. He has been awarded the Molson Prize (2007) and a Killam Prize (2013) b…
 
Axie Infinity is more than a game, it's an economy, it's a governance system- something only possible when building on the blockchain. a16z recently announced their investment in Axie Infinity, and any time they do I always look into the project. Will a game that rewards player for playing, gives them true ownership of in game items, and gives them…
 
Pablo Velez, Jr. was convicted for the 2004 murder of 17 year old Emerson Bojorquez. He was killed in a shootout at a Houston night club. This is the story of how Emerson died . . . and where Pablo Velez was when it happened. Today's Sponsor: betterhelp.com/truth - Get 10% off your first month. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Ca…
 
How can we assess the level of human risk we’re running in a control framework? Unlike technology, humans aren’t always reliable and how they behave under pressure may well be different to how they behave in normal situations. My guest on this episode, Michael Walford-Willaims is a risk professional who specialises in how to plan for when things go…
 
BOAT Briefing: Crazy superyacht concepts – for or against? In this week's episode of BOAT Briefing, we discuss some of the exciting speakers at the upcoming Explorer Yachts Summit and Life Under Sail events and debate the value of crazy superyacht concepts. News this week focusses around the launch of Oceanco's giant new 117 metre superyacht Y719, …
 
The guys discuss listener questions after Sunday's episode where Bob looked into wrongful conviction case of Charles Raby. For more on this case visit savecharlesdraby.com. Today's Sponsor: greenchef.com/justice100 - Use code "justice100" to get $100 off including free shipping. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy…
 
In May 2021, "Shaping Our Future" brought more than 600 young people together from across the country to discuss their insights on major societal issues our country is facing today. They discussed these issues in small groups, listened to panel experts offer their thoughts, and interacted with each other regardless of whether or not they agreed on …
 
In this episode Barry and Eleanor reveal some exciting news in that Re-source the open talent consulting business that they run together, has merged with Open Assembly the world’s leading learning resource and consultancy for the future of work and the open talent economy. They discuss the podcast which will continue under the same name but under t…
 
Last year, SolarWinds became the subject of a massive and sophisticated cyberattack, potentially affecting thousands of organizations. CEO Sudhakar Ramakrishna, who joined the company soon after the breach was discovered, speaks with host Bob Safian about how he and the company responded, and how other companies should approach the ever-looming thr…
 
No matter what phase of growth you’re in, data is essential to scale. Take it from Sheila Lirio Marcelo, the founder and former CEO of Care.com, the two-sided marketplace connecting working families with care providers. Marcelo scaled her business past the competition by getting the right data at the right time. Marketplaces are tricky flywheels to…
 
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