HBR IdeaCast: Episodes

Amy Bernstein, editor of HBR, offers executive summaries of the major features.
Freek Vermeulen of London Business School explains how best practices become bad practices.
Paul Oyer, Stanford economist and the author of "Everything I Ever Needed to Know About Economics I Learned from Online Dating," explains the marketplace of online love.
Maria Gonzalez, author of "Mindful Leadership," explains how to minimize stress -- not just manage it. Contains a brief guided breathing exercise.
Francesca Gino and Adam Grant, of Harvard Business School and Wharton, respectively, discuss their research on gratitude and generosity.
Eric Clayberg, Google software-engineering manager, talks with Harvard Business School professor David Garvin about the feedback and training that he and others at the company receive through Project Oxygen.
Roger Schwarz, author of "Smart Leaders, Smarter Teams," explains how to build trust and accountability on your team.
HBR editors read top posts from HBR.org.
Erica Ariel Fox, who teaches negotiation at Harvard Law School, discusses how to resolve inner conflict to lead wisely and live well.
Ram Charan, coauthor of "Boards that Lead," talks about what he's learned in three decades of helping executives make tough decisions.
The Dilbert creator talks with HBR senior editor Dan McGinn.
The managing director of the International Monetary Fund talks with HBR editor in chief Adi Ignatius.
Steven G. Mandis of Columbia Business School discusses his book, "What Happened to Goldman Sachs: An Insider's Story of Organizational Drift and Its Unintended Consequences."
Lisa Rosh, assistant professor of management at the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University, explains how to build trust through skillful self-disclosure.
The HBS sage and McKinsey head discuss how to stay on top in a rapidly changing industry.
William D. Eggers and Paul Macmillan, authors of "The Solution Revolution," discuss why "triple-strength" leaders are the best problem solvers.
Jonathan Berman, author of "Success in Africa," busts media myths about the continent.
Karen Dillon, author of the "HBR Guide to Office Politics," talks with Dorie Clark, author of "Reinventing You."
Richard Adelstein, professor of economics at Wesleyan University and author of "The Rise of Planning in Industrial America, 1864-1914."
Dan McGinn, HBR senior editor.
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