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Best Deloitte US podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Deloitte US podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Deloitte’s people experience our culture and live our core values in different ways. Who We Are podcasts bring their remarkable stories to life and celebrate our culture of courage. Join us as we explore how we support each other, our clients, and our communities.
 
Reimagine what cloud can do for your business. The On Cloud Podcast decodes the state of cloud computing in the enterprise today with leading practices, real-world examples, and candid advice from industry leaders and specialists. Hosted by David Linthicum, chief cloud strategy officer, and Mike Kavis, managing director, Deloitte Consulting, LLP. Visit www.deloitte.com/us/cloud-podcast to find out more about the On Cloud Podcast.
 
Tales of transformation is a Deloitte podcast series that explores trends transforming life sciences and health care. From emerging technologies to the rise of the empowered health care customer to the shift from volume to value, this series takes you to the intersection of change where tremendous transformation is happening. Tune in to stay a step ahead of the tremendous change happening in the industry.
 
On the WorkWell podcast series, we talk about all things well-being. Stay up-to-date with the latest health and wellness trends and discover tips and tricks along the way. Learn ways to enrich your own well-being, improve work-life balance, and create a culture of wellness at work. Each podcast is designed to help you better understand–and more importantly—embed well-being into your life and work!
 
Welcome to “Capital H,” a podcast series from Deloitte Consulting’s Human Capital practice. Hosted by Burt Rea, managing director for Deloitte Consulting LLP and General Manager of Bersin™, and David Mallon, VP and chief analyst for Bersin™, Deloitte Consulting LLP, the series explores the disruptive forces affecting the workplace, the workforce, and the changing nature of work itself. You’ll hear expert perspectives from business and industry leaders who are putting humans at the center of ...
 
Actuarial Journey podcast connects and empowers YOU and other aspiring actuaries to pass each of your exams the first time by sharing insights, lessons learned, and step-by-step tutorials from others who have been in your shoes. Come join us Journeyers as we go beyond the technical aspects of the profession and explore the best ways to maximize your studying, and ultimately achieve success on your actuarial exams and career, so that you have more TIME for the things that are important to you ...
 
The CyberJungle is the nation's first news talk show on security, privacy and the law. Featuring digital forensics and infosec specialist Ira Victor and award-winning journalist Samantha Stone. The show is fast-paced and includes hard hitting news analysis. Formerly The Data Security Podcast.
 
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Studs co-founder and CEO Anna Harman recently got a second piercing in her ears. One place she looked at would have charged her $500. The other, which she went for, was a tattoo parlor. "And while the piercing experience was great -- they pierce with a needle, it was healthy and safe -- the overall environment was really not suited to me. I felt re…
 
Coulter Lewis got the idea for Sunday when he saw the state of his local Home Depot's lawn care aisle. "You can smell it before you get there," Lewis said on the Modern Retail Podcast. "It's pallets stacked high with bags of chemical fertilizer, covered in caution labels." That was in 2017, the year before he launched the company out of Boulder, Co…
 
We live in a data-driven world. And it would be pretty difficult to exist in it without sharing information about who we are and what we like. But are we trading our privacy for the convenient life data gives us? How far are we willing to go? Where is this valuable information going? And what happens when it all goes wrong?…
 
Deloitte Consulting senior manager Ian Stewart achieved his longtime goal of climbing Mount Everest in 2019. It turns out that getting up to the 29,000-foot peak was the easy part. In the second of a two-part episode, Ian describes the harrowing journey back from the summit. He talks about how the surprisingly large crowds of fellow mountaineers, t…
 
For the Body Shop, it's about selling where the customers are -- even if that means it's not necessarily on your own sites or in your stores. "Stores for us are the bread and butter of the business, the biggest portion of the business, and will always be," U.S. general manager, Andrea Blieden said on the Modern Retail Podcast. At the same time, bei…
 
Lo & Sons launched as a direct-to-consumer brand in 2010. That's practically prehistoric as far as the recent crop of DTC companies is concerned. "We were kind of an accidental DTC company," co-founder of the brand, which makes high-end handbags, Derek Lo said on the Modern Retail Podcast. "We started before the term even existed." The idea to star…
 
Iris Nova founder Zak Normandin is betting on a suite of "no or low" sugar drinks -- sparkling teas, seltzers and lemon juices -- and on a new way to sell them. "Every brand has a phone number," Normandin explained on the Modern Retail Podcast. "When you want to place an order for a product you just pull out your phone, you text the brand directly.…
 
Traveling for work is a common business practice. But it can sometimes take a toll on your well-being and your ability to perform at your best. What if you could become an empowered, productive road warrior, without annihilating your health? On this episode, Deloitte chief well-being officer Jen Fisher discusses strategies for staying energized and…
 
Roman launched in 2017 with a specific mission: Treating erectile dysfunction online, with doctor consultations and medication delivered right to customers. The company has raised $176 million in funding. It's also changed its name to Ro and turned Roman into just one of the the brands it owns, expanding its telemedicine offerings to also tackle ni…
 
Rebecca Taylor dresses aim to land between the feminine and something more irreverent. "Back in the day there was cool people and feminine people, but they didn't really cross over," the company's president, Janice Sullivan, said on this week's Modern Retail Podcast. "In Rebecca Taylor, it's where that meets," she added. "It's okay now to be a femi…
 
Ever since he was a kid, Deloitte Consulting senior manager Ian Stewart wanted to climb Mount Everest. In the spring of 2019, he scaled all 29,000 feet. The journey to the summit was certainly every bit as physically and emotionally demanding as one would expect. In fact, as Ian tells us during the first of a two-part episode, the challenges of rea…
 
Before startup founders woo thousands of customers, they often try to convince investors to get onboard with their company's mission. As a principal investor at Lerer Hippeau, an early-stage venture capital fund based in New York, Caitlin Strandberg is on the other side of the table. The fund has invested widely, including in DTC brands like Allbir…
 
The rise of technology is rapidly creating a new future of work. Not only are jobs being redefined, but entire professions are transforming as technology enables humans and machines to work together in new ways, giving rise to the “exponential professional.” As this exciting future unfolds, the role of the actuary is changing dramatically with oppo…
 
This week, it's a look ahead at what 2020 may have in store for retail. Modern Retail reporters Cale Weissman and Anna Hensel join host Shareen Pathak for a roundtable discussion about the beats and developments they know so well, from how Walmart and Target will seek to challenge Amazon to whether venture funding for direct-to-consumer startups wi…
 
Learning was rated the top challenge in Deloitte’s 2019 Global Human Capital Trends Report. How are universities aligning their curriculums with the learning needs of the future workforce? How are organizations reinventing their learning and development approach to promote learning in the flow of work? During this week’s episode, we explore these q…
 
Michael Wieder, the co-founder of Lalo, is betting on the baby stroller market. "We know that you're putting your most precious belonging in our products," Wieder said on this week's episode of the Modern Retail Podcast. "They have to be safe, they have to look good, they have to be an extension of who you are. If you don't trust us, then why buy u…
 
What is the relationship between macro-level labor trends and micro-level skills and workplace trends? How is the world of work being transformed by the rapid increase of cognitive technologies, such as artificial intelligence? These are among the questions we asked this week’s guest, Morgan Frank, a postdoctoral associate at MIT’s Media Lab. Frank…
 
For Helena Price Hambrecht the abundance of alcohol at every after-work event meant that hangovers seemed inevitable. "I knew that I had a problem. I knew that everyone else I knew had a problem where we were like 'god, are we supposed to do this forever and not die?" she said on this week's episode of the Modern Retail Podcast. "We're supposed to …
 
Back in 2016, economists said Brexit was unlikely to happen and the media reported that Hillary Clinton was a safe bet for the US presidency. Since then, it’s fair to say that world events have taken an unexpected turn. But why didn’t we see it coming? Did the experts really get it wrong or are we being unfair? In an ever evolving business and econ…
 
The type of person that pops into your head when you hear the word “auditor” is likely outdated. Today, the hallmark of an effective auditor isn’t an aptitude for reviewing supporting documents for transactions. It is an ability to navigate relationships, think critically, apply professional skepticism, and leverage cutting-edge technologies. In th…
 
Making Marketing is making some changes. Starting with our very next episode, we'll be the Modern Retail Podcast, bringing you conversations with people innovating in retail, including the oh-so-buzzy world of DTC. But before that, this episode rounds up a few highlights from Making Marketing's interviews in the past year: Kevin Lavelle, the founde…
 
From smarter healthcare to remote working, there’s no doubt that technology has had a positive impact on our lives. But there are downsides too. In an always-on world, how is constant connection affecting our mental and physical health? Or is it too early to tell? As our lives move online, how can we be sure that businesses are keeping our data sec…
 
For many organizations, the future of work is already here. New talent models, cognitive tools, and increasing connectivity are challenging leaders across industries to reconsider how jobs are designed and how work gets done. How is NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP) navigating this major change? Dr. Laura Forese, the hospital’s executive vice pre…
 
Equinox took the gym and turned it into a premium product. Now the company is looking to do the same with the fitness instruction videos you watch online -- think high-end camera work instead of vertical video shot on an iPhone, featuring some of their 6,000 instructors and full-fledged classes. Equinox Group is serious enough about it that they've…
 
As the panoply of cloud vendors and products grows ever larger, so does the configuration and management complexity of the cloud. For many companies, this complexity can reduce the value of their cloud-computing investments. In this episode of the podcast, David Linthicum and guests, Intel’s Lisa Davis and Deloitte’s Doug Bourgeois, discuss ways co…
 
In today’s world, businesses are valued as much by their interactions and impacts on society as by their financial results. Given this trend, successful organizations are evolving from business enterprises to social enterprises, meaning that they listen to, invest in, and actively manage the trends that are shaping today’s world with a focus on hum…
 
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