Frans Johansson is an entrepreneur, an author, a speaker and an observer of business paradoxes. We examine the role of unpredictability and how one can seize opportunity in an unpredictable world from his book The Click Moment.
Cynthia Montgomery offers a radically new perspective on any leader’s most vital role—strategy. She defines organizational greatness in terms of a Great Leader fused with a Great Strategy. We discuss how to be the leader your organization needs from her book The Strategist.
Guests include Doug Halter updating the progress of the Ventura Botanical Gardens, business innovation and productivity leaders Navi Radjou and Jason Jennings discussing breakthrough change, John Graham exploring the possible outcomes for Obamacare after the Supreme Court ruling, David McAlvany presenting the possibilities if Greece withdraws from the Eurozone and Cynthia Montgomery teaching us how to be better business leaders.
Guests include both candidates for Superior Court judge: Harry Walsh and Brad Bjelke; two Democratic candidates for California’s 26th Congressional District, Al Goldberg and David Cruz Thayne; Chief Strategy Officer for Dachis Group, Peter Kim; and Harvard Business School Professor Cynthia Montgomery.
Ann Lee is an adjunct finance professor from NYU who strongly believes that China has more to share with the US than just inexpensive products. We discuss her findings from her book What the US Can Learn From China.
Jason Carthen is a former NFL linebacker for the New England Patriots who now helps listeners master the purpose in their life. We discuss the difference between a person’s destiny and his future in this lifetime.