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Top Six Podcasts of 2018

Tune in to the most popular 360 Real Time podcasts of the year.

Grab your party hat because we’re counting down the top six 360 Real Time podcasts of 2018. Catch ‘em all before the ball drops.

6.
Surviving the “F” Word in Business with Beth Comstock

 

Beth Comstock, former GE Vice Chair and CMO, sat down with us for a candid conversation about taking chances, reframing the definition of failure, and why she once took her team to South Korea to judge a boy-band competition.

5.
The Business Value of Joy

“Joy, Inc.” author and Menlo Innovations CEO Richard Sheridan shared a little bit of his joy with us, and explained how his company is tackling their mission to end human suffering in the world as it relates to technology.

4.
Five Lenses to Spot Great Ideas in the Workplace

How do you spot great ideas? David Kidder, CEO of consultancy Bionic and serial entrepreneur, discussed the five lenses he uses to spot where companies should place their bets and why leaders need to overcome their addiction to being right.

3.
Innovation, Passion + Perseverance: SILQ Part I

We talked with the team behind SILQ, a breakthrough in office seating, about how they approached a once unsolvable problem and came out with a groundbreaking solution.

2.
Why the Co-Creator of Scrum Bans Email

Dr. Jeff Sutherland, co-creator of Scrum, explained why agile and Scrum are so popular, why he wants to take down all of the cubicle walls and the reason he bans email at work.

 

And…the top podcast of 2018 is….

1.
How to Make Work Not Suck with Adam Grant

Can procrastination enhance creativity? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant joined us for a revealing conversation about gaining trust at work, losing the corner office and why procrastination is so important.

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