Best Governance podcasts we could find (Updated October 2018)
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What is globalisation? What are the key factors of the current financial crisis? What are key institutions like the World Bank, the G8, the G20 and the IMF? In this series, Global Economic Governance Program Director Ngaire Woods and doctoral student Jeni Whalen and research assistant Christina Ward discuss these questions and try to understand the current financial crisis and globalisation
 
The Prevalent Risk Governance Podcast features conversations with today's top C-Suite executives and practitioners who not only look at third party risk governance, but push through the boundaries to protect data. Hosted by Prevalent CEO Jonathan Dambrot and Third-Party Evangelist, Brenda Ferraro.
 
CIGI is an independent, non-partisan think tank focused on international governance.
 
Manuel W. Lloyd is a top industry Virtual CIO helping healthcare and banking businesses achieve customer-vendor alignment, IT governance, and data security while avoiding costly and embarrassing data breaches. The program is supported by Holiday Delta, Inc dba Dominos Pizza, JTV Management, & Manuel W. Lloyd Consulting®
 
Improving Governance Worldwide
 
Governance expert Eleanor Bloxham brings you updates on corporate governance and value. Each installment delivers important information for Board members, CEOs, CFOs, shareholders, and others.
 
Seminars and Events organised by the Extra Legal Governance Institute
 
Privacy and information security
 
Catch-up on the latest information security news with our Podcast. Also, keep an eye out for our 'Author Interviews' where we speak with industry experts, covering; InfoSec, Cyber Security, IT, project management, and more.
 
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Populist Governance
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Interest Aggregation. The Populist Governance Initiative.
 
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Conscious Governance
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Conscious Governance is an advisory service that helps Boards & CEOs make the choices that create the future for the communities they serve. We do this by creating clarity from complexity in governance, strategy, risk and leadership.
 
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Modern Governance
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The Center for European Studies-European Union Center (CES-EUC) serves as a hub for the University's extensive resources and expertise in the interdisciplinary study of modern Europe and the European Union.
 
A podcast about energy, governance and everything in-between.
 
Welcome to the new Risk and Information Governance Podcast
 
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IT Governance
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This book extract from the NIST Cybersecurity Framework: A Pocket Guide, will take you through the benefits of implementing the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) CSF (Cybersecurity Framework).Receive a 15% discount on the NIST Cybersecurity Framework: A Pocket Guide when you use the code, CALDER15 at the checkout in October ...…
 
Youth are an integral part of every society, it is for that reason that engaging them in the fight against corruption is absolutely necessary. This week, Nigerian youth discuss the plans of aspiring presidential candidates to tackle corruption in Nigeria, as well their expectations of the emerging government. The post Ep. 8 How Nigeria’s presid ...…
 
To celebrate the release of our new audiobooks, we’re giving away an exclusive clip from one of our bestselling titles, Nine Steps to Success – An ISO27001:2013 Implementation Overview.Get 15% off this audiobook when you use the code, Calder15 at the checkout.https://www.itgovernancepublishing.co.uk/product/nine-steps-to-success…
 
In this exclusive interview with ITGP founder, Alan Calder, explains how his bestselling pocket guides can help you with your implementation projects, outlines his inspiration for introducing toolkits into the industry and discusses the work that needs to be done for organisations to become GDPR compliant.Get 15% off all of Alan’s ITGP publicat ...…
 
Step Up Nigeria Programme Associate Feranmi Adeola and Executive Director Onyinye Ough meet with the National Coordinator of Nigeria’s National Cash Transfer Office, Dr Temitope Sinkaiye. Lots of discussion has been focused on the cash transfer programme run by Nigeria’s National Social Investment Office, largely because this programme is the f ...…
 
Digital transformation isn’t just for online businesses. Every organization can streamline internal processes, transform customer experience and become more scalable by adopting automation and analytics. George Westerman, co-author of Leading Digital, describes what the best companies in a wide variety of industries are doing to successfully tr ...…
 
In the final episode of our Security in the Digital World podcast series, we discuss the key messages parents need to get across to their children about the dangers of the Internet.Disclaimer: These are the views of Tom Wood, Selina Daley and Sarah Brown, not of ITGP.
 
Feranmi Adeola and Ibukun Ijaopo from Step Up Nigeria with Mr Ajibola Amzat, Editor at the International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) What are the factors that limit objective media reporting in Nigeria? Does Nigeria have a free press or does it just go to the highest bidder? The Step Up Nigeria team are joined by Mr Ajibola Amzat, ...…
 
In Graham Day's second interview, he talks about the benefits and the dangers of social media.Save 15% on Graham Day’s book Security in the Digital World.Enter discount code ‘SEPT15’ at the checkout.https://www.itgovernancepublishing.co.uk/product/security-in-the-digital-world
 
In this interview Graham Day tells us about working with ITGP as his publishers and tells us more about his book.
 
The Step Up Nigeria team are joined by Ene Nwakpa, Executive Director of Right to Know Nigeria to discuss the role of Freedom of Information (FOI) in tackling corruption. The post Ep. 5 The role of Freedom of Information (FOI) in tackling Nigeria’s corruption appeared first on Step Up Nigeria.
 
In this book, Kai Roer presents his Security Culture Framework, and addresses the human and cultural factors in organisational security. The author uses clear, everyday examples and analogies to reveal social and cultural triggers that drive human behaviour. He explains how to manage these threats by implementing an effective framework for an o ...…
 
The Step Up Nigeria team discuss the role of Supreme Audit Institutions in the fight against corruption. This episode covers issues such as Nigeria’s 2016 Audit, which for the first time ever was ‘qualified’, the challenges in holding NNPC to account compared with other revenue agencies, and the emerging collaborative partnerships between Niger ...…
 
Join Jonathan and Brenda in a discussion with Denise Anderson on the importance of trusted community relationships and how information sharing is key to understanding risk.
 
http://ow.ly/4qVr50ieNgrIn this book, Kai Roer presents his Security Culture Framework, and addresses the human and cultural factors in organisational security. The author uses clear, everyday examples and analogies to reveal social and cultural triggers that drive human behaviour. He explains how to manage these threats by implementing an effe ...…
 
In this second episode of the Ocean Governance Podcast, we discuss two articles which can both be said to assess or analyse a legal or governance framework – in one case relating to high seas fisheries management and in the other to the regulation of GHG emissions from international shipping. However, they do so in strikingly different ways and ...…
 
Devon Zuegel is a writer and software engineer living in San Francisco. She writes about cities, tech, and is part of the YIMBY movement. Our conversation goes from walkable cities, to the need for weirdness, to what cities are overrated and underrated. The post Podcast 10 – Devon Zuegel appeared first on InnovativeGovernance.org.…
 
Paul Gillin talks with Michael Zurcher, Director and Senior Counsel of Privacy and Compliance at Iron Mountain, about the GDPR.
 
Paul Gillin talks blockchain with Phil Gomes, Senior Vice President of US B2B Digital at Edelman and Director of Communications for the Chicago Blockchain Center.
 
To understand security culture and its constant threats, first we need to look at sociology and work our human behavioural patterns. In this introduction to Kai Roer's book 'Build a Security Culture' we begin with this outlook.itgovernancepublishing.co.uk/product/build-a-security-culture
 
How to tackle unexplained wealth in Nigeria? From social norms through to property tracking and verification numbers – the Step Up Nigeria team Feranmi Adeola and Ibukun Ijaopo are joined by special guest Dr Otive Igbuzor, Executive Director, African Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development (Centre LSD) to explore this important area in ...…
 
For the month of August we are kicking off with a live interview with Build a Security Culture author Kai Roer. Back in June we caught up with our author Kair Roer this year at Infosecurity Europe, held at London Olympia. As well as interviewing Kai, we attended some really fantastic industry talks as well as helping out the free ice-cream stan ...…
 
Honorable guest Steve Katz, the very first US Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), joins Prevalent to discuss the evolving role of the CISO, board level expectations, and addressing threats in the cloud to better understand where data is at risk.
 
In this podcast we introduce an extract from our new audiobook service.The Power Of the Agile Business Analyst by Jamie Lynn Cooke is available to buy now.For more information on our audiobooks please visit our website:www.itgovernancepublishing.co.uk/topic/audiobooks
 
Forgotten rural communities in Nigeria. The Step Up Nigeria Team are joined by Madam Rose Gyar and Favour Omini of the Global Centre for Human Empowerment and Entrepreneurship Development (GLOCHEED) to discuss service delivery challenges in rural communities. Corruption or neglect? This episode unpacks the findings from two days of focus group ...…
 
Lotta Moberg completed a PhD in economics at George Mason University. She wrote a wonderful book, The Political Economy of Special Economic Zones. Our discussion ranges from the benefits of special economic zones, to the failures of special economic zones, to what the future of special economic zones can bring. The post Podcast 9 – Lotta Moberg ...…
 
For the month of July ITGP featured author Jamie Lynn Cook, and interviewed her about the world of project management, and how she got into writing books.
 
On African Anti-corruption day we proudly launch the first Step Up Nigeria Podcast. Introducing the Step Up Nigeria Team and the soon to be released children’s book ‘Emeka’s Money’. The book teaches children the harm caused by corruption and the value of integrity. Find out more about the book on http://emekasmoney.wordpress.com #AfricanAntiCor ...…
 
ITGP author of the month: Jamie Lynn Cooke. In this podcast we read an extract from the book 'The Power of the Agile Business Analyst' to introduce the book.itgovernancepublishing.co.uk/product/the-power-of-the-agile-business-analyst-second-edition
 
This book extract is taken from the new title by Jamie Lynn Cooke, The Power of the Agile Business Analyst, second edition – 30 surprising ways a business analyst can add value to your Agile development team.itgovernancepublishing.co.uk/product/the-power-of-the-agile-business-analyst-second-edition
 
Mwiya Musokotwane is building a new city in Zambia, and raising capital to expand the model throughout Africa. He is the co-founder and CEO of Thebe Investment Management, which is building Nkwashi, a new city project. Our discussion ranges from new city projects, to African development, to state capacity. The post Podcast 8 – Mwiya Musokotwane ...…
 
This book extract is taken from Collaborative Business Design: The Fundamentals, written by our author of the month, Brian Johnson and his co-author Léon-Paul de Rouw.
 
This book extract is taken from Collaborative Business Design: The Fundamentals, written by our author of the month, Brian Johnson and his co-author Léon-Paul de Rouw.Episode 2 – Understanding IT-driven service requirements: “What is a business service?"
 
Paul Collier is a professor of economics and public policy in the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford. He is also a director of the International Growth Centre, the director of the Centre for the Study of African Economies, and a fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford. He is a prolific author, his most recent book being on ...…
 
How does the Legal sector address third-party risk management? Special guest Peter Lesser joins Prevalent to discuss the key focus areas of fourth parties, certifications, incident response, and how the legal sector has come together to understand and mitigate third-party risk.
 
In this podcast Brian Johnson discusses his new book IT for Business (IT4B) - From Genesis to Revolution, a business and IT approach to digital transformation, co-authored with Walter Zondervan and details how the book formed from a Dutch best practice conception on data management and business information practice, into its current internation ...…
 
The sixth guest for the Innovative Governance Podcast is Patrik Schumacher. Patrik is the Principal at Zaha Hadid Architects. Originally a socialist, the financial crisis made him rethink his views, turning him into a libertarian. He has stirred up controversy in architectural circles for his pro-market views, and recently began advocating for ...…
 
In this first episode of the Ocean Governance Pod, we discuss two articles which both may be said to address the importance of language, the terminology that is used for communication and the way in which principles and objectives are defined and understood. The two articles in this episode are: Jonathan G. Odom, Navigating Between Treaties and ...…
 
Our fifth guest for the Innovative Governance Podcast is Glen Weyl. He has a new book written with Eric Posner, Radical Markets: Uprooting Capitalism and Democracy for a Just Society where he argues that we should rethink our current property rights regime in favor of property rights that are based on auctions and would lead to greater allocati ...…
 
Join Jonathan Dambrot and Brenda Ferraro in a discussion with Ed Amoroso on the need for a change in perception and a new focus on Cloud, IoT, and Application security risk governance.
 
Live from the 2018 Shared Assessment Summit, join Brenda Ferraro and Brad Keller as they discuss demystifying vendor Global Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) readiness.
 
Alexander Salter is an Assistant Professor of Economics in the Rawls College of Business, and the Comparative Economics Research Fellow with the Free Market Institute, at Texas Tech University. In this podcast we have a wide ranging discussion about private governance, liberalism, the origin of the state, and the future of governance. The post ...…
 
Patri Friedman is the Founder of the Seasteading Institute and one of the early movers in the innovative governance space. Our talk delves into the economics of seasteading, to the history of the movement, to how the world has changed and become more open to innovative governance projects. The post Podcast 3 – Patri Friedman appeared first on I ...…
 
On this episode, host Jonathan Dambrot and Brenda Ferraro welcome John Binkley, Prevalent CISO and Brad Keller, Prevalent Senior Director of Third Party Risk Strategy, to dicuss how the GDPR (General Data Privacy Regulation) unpredictability is somewhat like global beer pong as companies are rapidly trying to determine how to comply.…
 
Kilian Kleinschmidt is a humanitarian and entrepreneur. He worked for UNHCR for 25 years in different disaster zones including Mogadishu and South Sudan. He currently runs a consulting firm and is trying to change the humanitarian paradigm to empower refugees and others in need. The post Podcast 2 – Kilian Kleinschmidt appeared first on Innovat ...…
 
Continuing the discussion from Part 1, Jonathan and Brenda, with special guest Catherine Allen, discuss how Boards of Directors are addressing the risk that stems from new and emerging technologies.
 
Mark interviews Tyler Cowen, a Professor of Economics at George Mason University. He is a prolific author, his most recent book being “The Complacent Class”. He is a Bloomberg View columnist and blogs at MarginalRevolution.com with Alex Tabarrok. He has one of the best podcasts around, “Conversations with Tyler”. In the podcast we have a wide r ...…
 
Hear Jonathan and Brenda, with special guest Catherine Allen, discuss how Boards of Directors are addressing the risk that stems from new and emerging technologies.
 
This book extract is taken from Collaborative Business Design: The Fundamentals, written by our author of the month, Brian Johnson and his co-author Léon-Paul de Rouw.Episode 1 – An introduction to IT-driven business services: “The primary focus of this guide is the needs of the business; what information must be collected, how IT is processed, ...…
 
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