Aug 27, 2018
Nayla Bahri is a former Dean of Students at Columbia Business School who has a PhD in Adult Learning and Leadership.
Nayla interviewed professionals who lost their jobs during the Great Recession, and studied their future trajectory.
After that setback, some truly flourished, and ended up far better off than before...
Aug 21, 2018
Louis Hyman is McKinsey alum and Associate Professor of Economic History at the School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University.
In this episode we talk about his new book: Temp: How American Work, American Business, and the American Dream Became Temporary.
The gig economy is not a new phenomenon – this...
Aug 20, 2018
Chara McGill runs The RMG Group, what has traditionally been called a bookkeeping firm, with about 20 employees based in New York City.
Chara suggests a different term for the work her firm does instead of bookkeeping – she calls it “internal accounting operations,” since the work goes well beyond the...
Aug 12, 2018
Our guest today is Dirk Hanschur, the CEO of Log-hub, a firm that has created a range of supply chain analytics tools that work as Add-ons to Microsoft Excel.
In this Episode, Dirk explains a selection of these apps which include geo-coding, distance calculator, live tracking, shortest path calculator, milk run...
Aug 8, 2018
To bring her whole self to the game, the business athlete