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HBR IdeaCast: Episodes

Gary Pisano, Harvard Business School professor and coauthor of "Producing Prosperity: Why America Needs a Manufacturing Renaissance."
Nate Silver, statistician and founder of The New York Times political blog FiveThirtyEight.com.
Kevin Boudreau, London Business School professor.
Dorie Clark, strategy consultant and author of the HBR article "A Campaign Strategy for Your Career."
Michael Silverstein, cofounder of The Boston Consulting Group's global consumer practice and coauthor of "The $10 Trillion Prize."
Tom Ricks, journalist and author of the HBR article "What Ever Happened to Accountability?"
Nilofer Merchant, author of "11 Rules for Creating Value in the Social Era."
Russ Feingold, former US senator from Wisconsin and founder of Progressives United.
Frank Barrett, jazz pianist and author of "Yes to the Mess: Surprising Leadership Lessons from Jazz."
Cassie Mogilner, assistant professor of marketing at the Wharton School and author of the HBR article "You'll Feel Less Rushed If You Give Time Away."
Frank Partnoy, professor of law and finance at the University of San Diego and author of "Wait: The Art and Science of Delay."
Dan McGinn, HBR senior editor and author of the article "Too Many Pivots, Too Little Passion."
Matt Dixon, director at Corporate Executive Board and coauthor of the HBR article "The End of Solutions Sales."
Sally Ride, former NASA astronaut and founder of Sally Ride Science.
Susan Cain, author of "Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World that Can't Stop Talking."
Andrew Zolli, director of PopTech and coauthor of "Resilience: Why Things Bounce Back."
Boris Groysberg and Michael Slind, authors of "Talk, Inc.: How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power Their Organizations."
Sallie Krawcheck, former president of Bank of America Global Wealth & Investment Management and author of the HBR article "Four Ways to Fix Banks."
Don Thompson, economist and author of "Oracles: How Prediction Markets Turn Employees into Visionaries."
Michael Schrage, research fellow at MIT Sloan School's Center for Digital Business and author of the HBR Single "Who Do You Want Your Customers to Become?"
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