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Exploring the social media … one user at the time .

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    A survey shows mixed results.



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    Sponsor content from NTT.



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    There’s more to breakthrough products than being first to market.



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    Dialing up the pressure to hit the numbers isn’t the answer.



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    Poorly designed algorithms will exacerbate hiring bias, not fix it.



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    Author and FOMO Sapiens alumnus Nir Eyal returns to discuss his new book, “Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life,” and tell us how to tackle everything from time management to an overflowing inbox.



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    According to a new survey, CMOs want to spend more time preparing for the future.



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    A new study suggests you start by becoming a reliable colleague.



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    What 145 empirical studies conclude.



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    Best practices for getting the most useful feedback.



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    A good interview is a two-way street.



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    Researchers studied 1,644 public companies.



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    Three common pitfalls to avoid.



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    We hear the stories of successful Silicon Valley startups all the time. But entrepreneurship can also have a dark side, especially when it involves going broke, losing sleep, and working 100-hour weeks.

    This week, host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks with Emma Mcilroy, CEO of Wildfang International, who has been outspoken about the emotional strain of startup life.



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  • 11/25/19--14:43: Navigating Conflict
  • Conflict at work is inevitable, and resolving conflicts can lead to higher job satisfaction, stronger relationships with colleagues, and innovation. But dealing with conflict becomes especially difficult when we feel pressure to be likeable or accommodate others. In this live show we talk through a general plan, as well as common situations. Guest: Linda Hill. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.



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    Research shows how corporate and scientific R&D have splintered since the 1970s.



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    Make time for what’s really important to you and your family.



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  • 11/26/19--07:18: The FOOD Episode!
  • In this special Thanksgiving edition taped a few days before the holiday, Youngme, Felix, and Mihir discuss all things food, including food halls, the plastic problem, vertical farming, CBD menu sightings, culinary tourism, and fast whiskey.



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    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. With her fellow Nobel winners Abhijit Banerjee of MIT and Michael Kremer of Harvard, Duflo showed that effective policies often go against conventional wisdom and popular economic models. The only way to find out what works, she argues, is to rigorously test solutions on the ground, and she encourages businesses to do the same. With Banerjee, Duflo also wrote the new book “Good Economics for Hard Times.”



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    We need new rules for how big tech companies manage and profit from your health care data.



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