Disrupt Yourself Podcast2020-11-10T00:34:13-05:00

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All Disrupt Yourself Episodes:

175. Mary L. Gray: Ghost Work

Open google, type a word or a phrase, any phrase... red car, modern couch, dog, and a slew of results will populate your browser window. Who is responsible for

174. Buster Benson: Why Are We Yelling

Conflict is becoming an ever more present reality in our lives, yet most of us try desperately to avoid it. The widening gap between the world in which we

172: Michelle McKenna: Change Agents

Organizational change can be a disorienting experience. We all have bristled against it at one time or another, unnerved by the unknown. However, leaning into change and following the

165. Hubert Joly: Focus on Purpose

When he was growing up as a child in France, Hubert Joly was helping his veterinarian godfather when he learned an important lesson about purpose - it was important

164. David Peterson: Reflect and Learn

Today on the Disrupt Yourself Podcast, our guest is Dr. David Peterson. David has been the Director of Leadership and Coaching at Google since 2011, Chief Transformation Officer at

161. Alex Osterwalder: The Invincible Company

Today, on the Disrupt Yourself Podcast, we welcome innovation expert and one of the top-ranked thinkers in the world, Alex Osterwalder. You'll hear how Alex views failure, about his

160. Battle Entitlement

Regardless of where we are on that S curve of learning - the launch point, the sweet spot, the high end - and regardless of who we are, we

159. Mark W. Johnson: Lead From the Future

Our guest today is Mark W. Johnson, the co-founder and senior partner of Innosight, a strategy and innovation consulting firm he co-founded with Clayton Christensen in 2000. Mark's latest

158. Jen Goldman-Wetzler: Optimal Outcomes

Conflict is everywhere. Even in "normal" times, it's all around us. And it is inherent in the process of climbing an S-curve of learning. There will be challenges, there

157. Susan David: Emotional Agility

You may decide that you are going to change jobs, move to another country to physically disrupt yourself, hoping to improve your lot. But based on Susan David's 20