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Updated December 2019
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Patrick J. McGinnis, creator of the term FOMO (Fear of Missing Out), talks to leaders in business, entrepreneurship, politics, and culture. How do they choose from among the many opportunities in their busy lives and find the courage to miss out on the the rest? Patrick is the author of "The 10% Entrepreneur."The views expressed on this podcast are those of its hosts, guests, and callers, and not those of Harvard Business Review.
 
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Meredith Golden successfully set up friends with future spouses for decades. But it wasn’t until she asked those same friends what to do, after spending years at home raising her children, that she decided to become a professional matchmaker. A former psychotherapist, Golden now consults with online dating hopefuls, coaching them on every aspec ...…
 
Meredith Golden successfully set up friends with future spouses for decades. But it wasn’t until she asked those same friends what to do, after spending years at home raising her children, that she decided to become a professional matchmaker. A former psychotherapist, Golden now consults with online dating hopefuls, coaching them on every aspec ...…
 
Thomas Parenty and Jack Domet, cofounders of the cybersecurity firm Archefact Group, say that most organizations are approaching cybersecurity all wrong. Whether they're running small companies or working in multinational corporations, leaders have to think beyond their IT department and technology systems to instead focus on protecting their b ...…
 
Nuseir Yassin realized that his twenties were too precious to be spent on the tech career treadmill. So he quit his six-figure job at Venmo and started touring the world and sharing all he saw and learned on social media. Today his Nas Daily channel boasts over 14 million followers. Yassin discusses his new book, “Around the World in 60 Seconds ...…
 
Nuseir Yassin realized that his twenties were too precious to be spent on the tech career treadmill. So he quit his six-figure job at Venmo and started touring the world and sharing all he saw and learned on social media. Today his Nas Daily channel boasts over 14 million followers. Yassin discusses his new book, “Around the World in 60 Seconds ...…
 
Esther Duflo, an MIT economist, won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for her experimental approach to alleviating global poverty. Duflo’s early life working at a non-governmental organization in Madagascar and volunteering in soup kitchens in her native France inspired her to study economics and research the root causes of poverty. Wit ...…
 
Nir Eyal started his career by helping technology designers develop products that are intentionally habit-forming. Now he’s working to help ordinary people understand the forces that distract and misdirect them. Eyal’s first book, “Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products,” and his newest title, “Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention ...…
 
Nir Eyal started his career by helping technology designers develop products that are intentionally habit-forming. Now he’s working to help ordinary people understand the forces that distract and misdirect them. Eyal’s first book, “Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products,” and his newest title, “Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention ...…
 
Pauline Brown, former chairman of North America for the luxury goods company LVMH, argues that in additional to traditional and emotional intelligence, great leaders also need to develop what she calls aesthetic intelligence. This means knowing what good taste is and thinking about how your services and products stimulate all five senses to cre ...…
 
“What am I going to do with my life?” It’s the oldest question of civilization and one that becomes even more difficult and outsized as society expands to include limitless options. Cathy Heller found her purpose helping other people find theirs — first through her podcast, “Don’t Keep Your Day Job,” and now through her new book (of the same ti ...…
 
“What am I going to do with my life?” It’s the oldest question of civilization and one that becomes even more difficult and outsized as society expands to include limitless options. Cathy Heller found her purpose helping other people find theirs — first through her podcast, “Don’t Keep Your Day Job,” and now through her new book (of the same ti ...…
 
Sari Wilde, a managing vice president at Gartner, studied 5,000 managers and identified four different types of leaders. The surprising result is that the “always on” manager is less effective at developing employees, even though many companies encourage supervisors to give constant feedback. Instead, the “connector” manager is the most effecti ...…
 
Andy Kuper begs to differ. As the founder and CEO of LeapFrog Investments, he’s helping to create a new breed of corporations, joined by such giants as Apple and Novartis, that are revising their mission statements to make sure that profitable activities benefit all stakeholders. LeapFrog’s philosophy of “profit with purpose” uses investment ca ...…
 
Andy Kuper begs to differ. As the founder and CEO of LeapFrog Investments, he’s helping to create a new breed of corporations, joined by such giants as Apple and Novartis, that are revising their mission statements to make sure that profitable activities benefit all stakeholders. LeapFrog’s philosophy of “profit with purpose” uses investment ca ...…
 
Steven Rogelberg, a professor at UNC Charlotte, has spent decades researching workplace meetings and reports that many of them are a waste of time. Why? Because the vast majority of managers aren't trained in or reviewed on effective meeting management. He explains how leaders can improve meetings -- for example, by welcoming attendees as if th ...…
 
Decision overload affects everyone, with disastrous consequences for those whose choices have high costs and big consequences. Quintessentially is a worldwide company offering “luxury lifestyle management” — curated experiences and choices, advice, and troubleshooting for some of the world’s most powerful people. CEO Annastasia Seebohm discusse ...…
 
Decision overload affects everyone, with disastrous consequences for those whose choices have high costs and big consequences. Quintessentially is a worldwide company offering “luxury lifestyle management” — curated experiences and choices, advice, and troubleshooting for some of the world’s most powerful people. CEO Annastasia Seebohm discusse ...…
 
Ethan Bernstein, associate professor at Harvard Business School, studied how coworkers interacted before and after their company moved to an open office plan. The research shows why open workspaces often fail to foster the collaboration they’re designed for. Workers get good at shutting others out and their interactions can even decline. Bernst ...…
 
In “Pitch Anything,” author and investment banker Oren Klaff distilled the wisdom of his work consulting with some of the world’s largest companies to help them change the way they think about investing time and resources into sales. Thanks to automation, analytics, and social media, the sales game has changed forever — but the salespeople them ...…
 
In “Pitch Anything,” author and investment banker Oren Klaff distilled the wisdom of his work consulting with some of the world’s largest companies to help them change the way they think about investing time and resources into sales. Thanks to automation, analytics, and social media, the sales game has changed forever — but the salespeople them ...…
 
Scott Young, who gained fame for teaching himself the four-year MIT computer science curriculum in just 12 months, says that the type of fast, focused learning he employed is possible for all of us -- whether we want to master coding, become fluent in a foreign language, or excel at public speaking. And, in a dynamic, fast-paced business enviro ...…
 
On The Anxious Achiever, Morra Aarons-Mele explores the way anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues affect people at work – for better or worse. In this episode, she speaks with clinical psychologist Ellen Hendriksen and Arvind Rajan, the CEO of Cricket Health, about the tension between work and social anxiety."The Anxious Achiever ...…
 
Functional medicine addresses lifestyle factors, such as nutrition, diet, and stress, as root causes of more complex, serious diseases. It’s becoming more popular in the United States, as an adjunct to traditional models of medical care. Will Cole, a functional medicine practitioner and author of the new book “The Inflammation Spectrum,” shares ...…
 
Functional medicine addresses lifestyle factors, such as nutrition, diet, and stress, as root causes of more complex, serious diseases. It’s becoming more popular in the United States, as an adjunct to traditional models of medical care. Will Cole, a functional medicine practitioner and author of the new book “The Inflammation Spectrum,” shares ...…
 
Jennifer Petriglieri, associate professor at INSEAD, studied more than 100 couples where both partners have big professional goals. She finds that being successful in your careers and your relationship involves planning, mapping, and ongoing communication. She also identifies different models for managing dual-career relationships and explains ...…
 
Christina Stembel started Farmgirl Flowers to challenge the existing model of consumer flower delivery, which provided an overwhelming number of choices, inconsistent quality, and ever-climbing prices. She had no investor capital and no major social connections to give her start-up the kind of boosts typical of successful launches. By committin ...…
 
Christina Stembel started Farmgirl Flowers to challenge the existing model of consumer flower delivery, which provided an overwhelming number of choices, inconsistent quality, and ever-climbing prices. She had no investor capital and no major social connections to give her start-up the kind of boosts typical of successful launches. By committin ...…
 
Ed Stack, the chief executive of Dick's Sporting Goods, decided after the Parkland school shooting to pull assault rifles and high-capacity magazines from all of his company’s stores. The controversial choice hurt revenues. But the retailer weathered the storm, thanks to inclusive and thoughtful decision-making, careful communication with all s ...…
 
Melinda Gates, cochair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and founder of Pivotal Ventures, is committing $1 billion over the next ten years to advance gender equality. She says evidence shows it's the best way to drive economic development in nations and performance in companies. She shares her own stories as a female executive at Microsoft ...…
 
Dr. David Fajgenbaum has almost died five times from Castleman disease, a group of rare and deadly disorders of the lymph nodes. After his diagnosis upended his plans for a more conventional medical career, “Think It, Do It” became his motto. He decided to dedicate his professional life to not only working towards a cure for Castleman as a phys ...…
 
Dr. David Fajgenbaum has almost died five times from Castleman disease, a group of rare and deadly disorders of the lymph nodes. After his diagnosis upended his plans for a more conventional medical career, “Think It, Do It” became his motto. He decided to dedicate his professional life to not only working towards a cure for Castleman as a phys ...…
 
In a world of overwhelming choices, being decisive is harder and more important than ever. In the new season of FOMO Sapiens, Patrick J. McGinnis speaks with a diverse and fascinating set of leaders in business, politics, and culture about how they make decisions in their busy lives. In doing so, he uncovers the answer to a fundamental question ...…
 
In a world of overwhelming choices, being decisive is harder and more important than ever. In the new season of FOMO Sapiens, Patrick J. McGinnis speaks with a diverse and fascinating set of leaders in business, politics, and culture about how they make decisions in their busy lives. In doing so, he uncovers the answer to a fundamental question ...…
 
Dave Ulrich, professor at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business, argues today's companies need to replace old hierarchical models with he calls a “market-oriented ecosystem.” From research at Alibaba, Google, Huawei, Supercell, and others, he shows the impressive results of orienting teams and processes toward market opportunities. ...…
 
Nir Eyal, an expert on technology and psychology, says that we all need to learn to be less distracted into activities that don't help us achieve what we want to each day. Unwelcome behaviors can range from social media scrolling and bingeing on YouTube videos to chatting with colleagues or answering non-urgent emails. To break these habits, we ...…
 
Andrew McAfee, co-director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, explains how the U.S. economy is growing and actually using less and less stuff to do so. Thanks to new technologies, many advanced economies are reducing their use of timber, metals, fertilizer, and other resources. McAfee says this dematerialization trend is spreading to ...…
 
Richard Boyatzis, professor at Case Western Reserve University, says that every professional can benefit from having a coach — and serving as one for someone else. He says that a coaching relationship moves beyond mentoring or sponsoring in that it focuses on long-term values and aspirations. The best coaches encourage a positive mindset and as ...…
 
Oliver Hart, Nobel-winning Harvard economist, and Kate Vitasek, faculty at the University of Tennessee, argue that many business contracts are imperfect, no matter how bulletproof you try to make them. Especially in complicated relationships such as outsourcing, one side ends up feeling like they're getting a bad deal, and it can spiral into a ...…
 
Laura Morgan Roberts, professor at the University of Virginia's Darden School of Business, says that organizations are still falling short on promoting racial diversity, particularly in their most senior ranks. While many large companies have "inclusion" initiatives, most leaders still shy away from frank discussions about how the experiences o ...…
 
Julie Zhuo, Facebook’s VP of product design, started at the company as its first intern and became a manager at the age of 25. Like many first-time bosses, she made many missteps and acted how she thought managers were supposed to act. Eventually, she grew to find joy in the role and today she leads hundreds of people. She says that becoming a ...…
 
Daisy Dowling, founder and CEO of Workparent, says that moms and dads with jobs outside the home don't have to feel stressed or guilty about trying to balance their professional and personal lives. The key is to tease apart the different challenges -- from coping with feelings of loss to managing practicalities -- and to adopt strategies to bet ...…
 
Matt Beane, assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, finds that robots, machine learning, and AI are changing how we train for our jobs — not just how we do them. His study shows that robot-assisted surgery is disrupting the traditional learning pathway of younger physicians. He says this trend is emerging in many ind ...…
 
Ranjay Gulati, professor at Harvard Business School, says the most successful organizations tend to have one thing in common: a soul. Moving beyond culture, the "soul" of a growing start-up -- or a more established company -- is built on clear business intent, a strong connection to customers, and a stellar employee experience. Gulati says that ...…
 
Helen Lee Bouygues, founder of the Reboot Foundation, believes that a lack of critical thinking is responsible for many business failures. She says organizational leaders often rely too heavily on expertise and then jump to conclusions. Instead, leaders should deliberately approach each problem and devote time thinking through possible solution ...…
 
It’s been a whirlwind of a season, from the exciting new partnership with Harvard Business Review to unexpected guests like presidential candidates. The show has grown tremendously over the past season in both the scale of production and an ever-widening audience of fellow FOMO Sapiens.By podcasts@hbr.org (HBR Presents / Patrick J. McGinnis)
 
It’s been a whirlwind of a season, from the exciting new partnership with Harvard Business Review to unexpected guests like presidential candidates. The show has grown tremendously over the past season in both the scale of production and an ever-widening audience of fellow FOMO Sapiens.By podcasts@hbr.org (HBR Presents / Patrick J. McGinnis)
 
Spencer Harrison, an associate professor at INSEAD, says that managers in any industry can learn from the success of the Marvel movie franchise. While some sequels lack creativity, Marvel manages to make each of its new releases just different enough, so consumers are not just satisfied but also surprised. Research shows that several strategies ...…
 
Genetic engineering, especially of the human kind, is one of the most emotional debates in the arena of science versus religion and technological advancement versus ethics. Jamie Metzl has written, spoken, and advocated policy extensively on this subject, which he feels is an unavoidable step in the relentless advance of scientific understandin ...…
 
Genetic engineering, especially of the human kind, is one of the most emotional debates in the arena of science versus religion and technological advancement versus ethics. Jamie Metzl has written, spoken, and advocated policy extensively on this subject, which he feels is an unavoidable step in the relentless advance of scientific understandin ...…
 
Deborah Ancona and Kate Isaacs, researchers at MIT Sloan School of Management, say many companies struggle to be nimble with a command-and-control leadership culture. They studied Xerox’s R&D outfit PARC and the materials science company W.L. Gore & Associates and found these highly innovative organizations have three kinds of leaders: entrepre ...…
 
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