David Burkus answers the question “Would Work Improve If You Knew What Your Colleagues Get Paid?” on TED Radio Hour. Listen above. [NPR]
Posts Tagged: podcasts
Bhu was a guest on WAMU’s 1A show discussing his new book Americana: A 400-Year History Of American Capitalism. They also featured an excerpt of the book at their site; read and listen here. Bhu Srinivasan came to this country as a wide-eyed eight-year-old, his head filled with all the possibilities America evoked. His educated… Read more »
Sam Harris recently interviewed documentary filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick about their latest film, The Vietnam War. Listen above. [SamHarris.org]
Bob Sutton recently started a new podcast called FRICITION. Listen to the most recent episode–”The Virtues of Hierarchy, Structure, and Temporary Teams (with Melissa Valentine)”–above, and catch up on all episodes here.
A recent scientific study co-authored by Elizabeth Dunn has been all over the news, including the New York Times. You can read the full report here or listen to Elizabeth herself read it above [~18min].
Michelle was a guest on NPR’s Michigan Radio [MichiganRadio.com] (listen above) and also the WJR’s The Guy Gordon Show (listen here)
On the latest episode of Sam Harris’s Waking Up podcast he talks to Fareed Zakaria. Listen above. [SamHarris.org]
Shadi Hamid was a guest on NPR’s Morning Edition to discuss is “Is Islam Compatible With Democracy?” Listen above. [NPR.org]
Jeff was a guest on fellow BSG speaker Todd Henry’s Accidental Creative podcast. Listen above. [AccidentalCreative.com]
Cathryn Jakobson Ramin, author of Crooked: Outwitting the Back Pain Industry and Getting on the Road to Recovery, was a guest on WBUR’s On Point. Listen above. [WBUR.org]