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The Gartner Talent Angle podcast is a new and exciting approach to talent management. Every month, we’ll talk with those on the forefront of HR innovation — innovators, academics, HR professionals, economists, coaches — to explore the most interesting and cutting edge ideas in the world of HR and people development. Join us as we reimagine talent.
 
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*This Spotlight was edited from our interview in 2017. Why do companies lose their soul, age prematurely and stall out while other sustain profitable growth? Join us to hear Chris Zook, best-selling author of The Founder's Mentality: How to Overcome Predictable Crises of Growth, and partner at Bain & Company, as he discusses how the most succes ...…
 
New technologies are fundamentally changing how firms connect with their customers than ever before. Listen to Christian Terwiesch, co-author of Connected Strategy: Building Continuous Customer Relationships for Competitive Advantage, share four pathways to designing a connected strategy that builds continuous relationships with customers, clie ...…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2017. It’s usually the rule breakers who turn into millionaire entrepreneurs. Insurance sales people would make successful Navy Seals. Nice guys don’t finish last. These are just a few of the latest findings from behavioral science that Eric Barker, founder of the blog Barking Up The Wron ...…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2017. What if you could direct your brain? While most believe you are at the mercy of your brain, what if we actually had the ability to control it? Scott Halford, CEO of Complete Intelligence and author of Activate Your Brain: The Neuroscience of Success, discusses how we can activate "b ...…
 
Managers work hard to provide a steady stream of continuous feedback to coach employees and help them achieve their goals. However, by taking an “Always-on” approach, managers may actually be hindering employee performance. Tune in to this episode of the Talent Angle to hear Gartner’s own Jaime Roca, Senior Vice President of Research & Advisory ...…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2017. Nobody likes a jerk, but what if YOU are one? We talk with Bob Sutton, a professor of organizational behavior at Stanford University and author of A**hole Survival Guide: How to Deal with People that Treat You Like Dirt.
 
Rebels are generally seen as troublemakers whose decisions create chaos in our lives and workplaces. However, what if we saw these unconventional outlooks and rule-breaking decisions as constructive rather than destructive? Tune in to this episode to hear Francesca Gino, Tandon Family Professor of Business Administration in the Negotiation, Org ...…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2017. Play keeps us in the moment. It is unpredictable and fun, and it keeps people's attention. So why not play in the workplace? In this episode, we talk to Elizabeth Cushing, the President and COO of Playworks, on how to use play tactics originally used on children to promote a healthy ...…
 
Are your employees a cost or an investment? How can your company design and manage operations in a way that satisfies customers, employees, and investors? Join us to hear Zeynep Ton, adjunct associate professor in the operations management group at MIT Sloan School of Management and the author of The Good Jobs Strategy: How the Smartest Compani ...…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2017. We don't talk about love in the workplace. But what if we told you the best leaders are realizing the importance of self-awareness, love, and going deep within themselves in order to be a great leader? Bob Rosen, global CEO advisor, organizational psychologist, and bestselling autho ...…
 
What happens when your workplace is exposed to incivility? What should you do if you are the target of this hostility and aggression? Tune in to this episode of the Talent Angle to hear Christine Porath, Professor at Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, teach you how to navigate incivility in the workplace and enhance your own ...…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2015. Zappos made history when it announced plans to transition to a holacracy -- a management-free corporate structure. Tune in as Hollie Delaney details the pitfalls, successes, and lessons learned.
 
Lessons about organizational culture and entrepreneurship can be found in some unlikely places--including the American prison system. Listen to Jeff Smith, a former Missouri state senator who spent a year in prison, discuss his experience and what the prison world can teach us about the business world.…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2016. Tune in to this episode to hear Kathleen Hogan, Chief People Officer at Microsoft, talk about their technique called "Screening In" to drive cultural change through diversity at Microsoft.
 
What do Ralph Lauren, Larry Ellison, Julian Robertson and Bill Walsh all have in common? Certainly all of them are known for being successful, but there’s one thing that distinguishes these superbosses from their peers: the ability to groom talent. Listen to Sydney Finkelstein, award-winning professor at Dartmouth College, share secrets of beco ...…
 
*This Spotlight is an excerpt from our full interview in 2016. Susan Cain believes that the rise of introverts is the next big trend that will impact leadership. Yet while introverts often prove to be more effective leaders they are less likely to be selected for leadership. Cain explains why we dramatically undervalue introverts and how we los ...…
 
Discover the patterns that govern behavior at your organization. Gabriel Weinberg, CEO of DuckDuckGo and author of Super Thinking, joins the Talent Angle to explain how and when to leverage the mental models that accelerate effective decision-making for employees and business leaders alike.
 
CEOs, boards and investors are concerned by the time it takes companies to develop the skills they need to execute against strategic priorities. For example, new technology such as artificial intelligence is creating a huge opportunity for companies to reduce costs and increase product speed to market but this competitive advantage is lost if t ...…
 
What if Eisenhower wasn't the genius we though he was? How does naked leadership lead to better decision making? Chris Fussell, former Navy SEAL Officer and Partner at McChrystal Group, talks to us about the "leader myth" and "naked leadership. He discusses how we often aggrandize leaders of a successful project or mission and how he worked in ...…
 
In a culture obsessed with SAT scores and early success, Rich Karlgaard, Silicon Valley-based publisher and entrepreneur at Forbes media, reveals a groundbreaking exploration of late bloomers and their unique strengths that companies often overlook.
 
*This Spotlight is a 20 minute excerpt from our full interview in 2017. How can we screen out the chaos to make work more satisfying, productive, and meaningful? Cal Newport, author of Deep Work, joins us to share the tools and rules for deep, meaningful work.
 
Want to become a world-class HR leader? Listen to Roberto di Bernardini, Head of Global Human Resources and board member of CHRO Global Leadership Board, present the global standards of an HR leader, backed by the world’s leading experts CHROs and most distinguished CHROs.
 
*This 20 Minute Spotlight was edited from our one-hour interview in 2017. Culture is increasingly becoming a pivotal part of organizational strategy. Join us as we talk to Red Hat Executive VP and Chief People Officer DeLisa Alexander about how Red Hat works with both leaders and employees to include characteristics of transparency, inclusivity ...…
 
The greatest teams in sports history had one thing in common: a captain with an unconventional set of skills and tendencies. Sam Walker, author of The Captain Class, has unearthed a new mold of leadership that doesn’t always mean the best or the most bombastic individuals. Listen to this episode to discover the seven core qualities of the Capta ...…
 
Structure often stifles innovation, yet organizations need both to thrive. How can business leaders foster radical innovation while maintaining operational excellence? Listen to this premier entry in our three-part series on innovation to discover how to design an organization that scales as fast as we scale technology.…
 
Is your idea “loony”? Or is it a “loonshot”? Listen to this episode to hear Safi Bahcall, physicist, biotech engineer, and author of the book “Loonshots”, help you determine whether your crazy idea is a game-changer and prevent you from killing it off before it has a chance to bloom.
 
*This 20 Minute Spotlight was edited from our one-hour interview in 2017. We repeatedly and predictably make wrong decisions throughout, and in many aspects of, our lives. Dan Ariely wants to make the concepts of behavioral economics more accessible by describing them in non-academic terms so that more people will learn about this type of resea ...…
 
Progressive organizations lead with their people strategies to shape business outcomes. Daniel Marsili, Co-chair for the CHRO Global Leadership Board and Chief Human Resources Officer at Colgate-Palmolive Company’s, provides practical guidance for HR leaders to more effectively create, execute and align a people strategy that drives performance.…
 
*This 20 Minute Spotlight was edited from our one-hour interview in 2017. Is it good business to be good people? Venture capitalist Anthony Tjan, author of Good People, talks to us about the strategic advantage of hiring good people - those that are committed to continuously cultivating the values that help them and other become the fullest ver ...…
 
Good managers are made, not born. Julie Zhuo, author of The Making of a Manager and Facebook’s VP of Product Design, reveals practical advice on how managers can help their teams achieve greater outcomes. Whether you’re new to the role or struggling with culture, listen to this episode of the Talent Angle to learn what to do when everyone looks ...…
 
CEO and founder of The Return on Disability Group and author of Unleashing Different, Rich Donovan is a globally recognized subject matter expert on the convergence of disability and corporate profitability. Rich provides corporate and government clients with insights and tools to frame disability as a global emerging market. His proprietary an ...…
 
Is great leadership a myth? General Stan McChrystal, co-author of Leaders: Myth and Reality, joins the Talent Angle to debunk the many myths that surround the concept of leadership. Drawing from the examples set by history’s most renowned leaders, Stan believes the lessons we commonly draw from their lives are seldom the correct ones. Listen to ...…
 
Disruptive technologies have upended existing business operating models, are threatening jobs at unprecedented pace and scale, and are bringing whole industries into question. All of this change is creating a new social contract between employers and employees. Listen to Abbe Luersman, the CHRO for Ahold Delhaize and a member of Gartner’s CHRO ...…
 
Rapid business model disruption, AI, expiring skills, new to world skills, changing customer preferences and transparent job markets have broken the talent model companies have operated under for decades. Using millions of data points from TalentNeuron, Gartner VP and Workforce Futuring Evangelist Scott Engler shares how these changes have upen ...…
 
It’s not easy to deliver more value from less work. Steve Denning, author of the “The Age of Agile”, argues that even global giants such as Barclays don’t have to be born agile in order to act entrepreneurially. Listen to this episode of the Talent Angle to understand how organizations can harness the power of their teams, customers, and networ ...…
 
What if everything you’ve been taught about management is wrong? Aaron Dignan, author of Brave New Work, believes that our organizations are broken not by our people or their leaders, but by operating systems such as hierarchy and compliance. Listen to this episode of the Talent Angle to learn how to reinvent the way work gets done at your orga ...…
 
*This 20 Minute Spotlight was edited from our one-hour interview in 2017. Many people have ideas, but only a few stand out and make their mark. What differentiates those that are successful from those that fail? Dorie Clark, branding expert and author of both Reinventing You and Stand Out, takes us through the steps to reinvent, rebrand, and st ...…
 
How do we develop talent to prepare for an uncertain future? How can HR evolve to influence organizational strategy? These are the kinds of critical questions that Gartner’s CHRO Global Leadership Board--a network of HR executives from some of the world’s leading companies--has set out to answer. Tune in to hear Ceree Eberly, Chair of the CHRO ...…
 
Is great leadership a myth? General Stan McChrystal, co-author of Leaders: Myth and Reality, joins the Talent Angle to debunk the many myths that surround the concept of leadership. Drawing from the examples set by history’s most renowned leaders, Stan believes the lessons we commonly draw from their lives are seldom the correct ones. Listen to ...…
 
*This interview was excerpted from our one-hour interview in 2016. Derek Van Bever, Senior Lecturer and Director of the Forum for Growth and Innovation at Harvard Business School, talks with Gartner about how to better inform decisions about business model innovation and what it can mean for talent. Many attempts at business model innovation fa ...…
 
Do your employees feel safe asking questions or admitting their mistakes in the workplace? Tune in to this episode to hear Amy Edmondson - Harvard Business School Professor and author of The Fearless Organization - share how psychological safety in the workplace is critical for fostering employee performance and innovation and creating a cultur ...…
 
*This interview was excerpted from our one-hour interview in 2016. Daniel Kahneman's ground-breaking research into decision making and judgment has challenged fundamental beliefs about human nature. In study after study,together with Amos Tversky, he showed that when it comes to making decisions, humans are predisposed to irrationality. Their s ...…
 
The world is changing faster and faster and the only way to thrive is to accept the inevitability of change. Blitzscaling is all about rapidly growing and scaling a business or product in the face of uncertainty. Listen to Chris Yeh discuss the techniques that digital companies like Google, Linkedin and Facebook use to scale and double in size ...…
 
*This interview was excerpted from our one-hour interview in 2017. Tony Schwartz of the Energy Project believes that we’re at our best when we move rhythmically between spending and renewing energy — a reality that companies must embrace to fuel sustainable engagement and high performance. When you're intent on supplying fuel in each dimension ...…
 
Humankind is on the brink of an unprecedented technological transformation, and people and organizations that prepare properly have a massive opportunity ahead of them. Listen to Peter Hinssen, business school lecturer, futurist, and author of The Day After Tomorrow as he discusses the technological changes that will fundamentally change how we ...…
 
*This interview was excerpted from our one-hour interview in 2017. Voices from Walmart, The Rockefeller Foundation, and The White House discuss innovations to harness untapped talent. In this episode, we dive into how employers like Walmart are working to find more successful matches for entry-level positions from the youth talent pool by encou ...…
 
Growing your business is harder to accomplish than ever before. Repeatable, reliable growth depends on your capacity for making the right choices in the right sequence in the right context. Tiffani Bova joins the Talent Angle podcast to discuss how successful companies achieved growth by choosing their right paths.…
 
*This interview was excerpted from our one-hour interview with Tasha in 2017. “A sprawling exploration of the psychic frailty that leads to self-delusion and self-aggrandizement, and—importantly—a compassionate, helpful guide for avoiding that path (or reversing it).” - Fortune Dr. Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, researcher, and ...…
 
Aggressive people can lay a dark cloud of negative energy over any workplace, from the manufacturing line to the boardroom. Listen to this podcast to hear Shawn Smith--a clinical psychologist and the author of Surviving Aggressive People--share time-tested methods for conflict management historically reserved for law enforcement, psychologists, ...…
 
* This interview was excerpted from our one hour interview with Susan in season 1. Do emotions belong in organizations? In a cultural dialogue focused on happiness and productivity, Dr. Susan David looks at the reality of avoiding emotions in our every day life, and how people who engage in high levels of fake emotions have lower engagement, hi ...…
 
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