The Drucker Institute’s Phalana Tiller hosts this hour-long, monthly interview show on management and leadership where timely issues meet timeless principles.
This episode explores the shifting trends in job tenure and the changing role of organized labor.
Phalana Tiller talks with Rohit Bhargava and Peter Post about the role that manners and likeability play in the workplace.
This episode explores how recent and historical shifts in the American economy have opened up new individual choices about where, when and with whom to work.
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This episode explores the central role of the “customer” in two very different industries.
Hotelier Chip Conley and Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh talk about the notion that work and happiness should be inextricably linked.
Phalana Tiller talks with Sherry Turkle and Lisa Gansky about how connectedness through technology is impacting our lives and our organizations.
In this episode, host Phalana Tiller talks with Charles Handy, Liz Handy and Doug Rauch about the ways that they’ve all continued to find meaning and fulfillment many decades into their working lives.
Today, we bring you an excerpt from our radio show, “Drucker on the Dial.” We hope you enjoy it!
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