Great Leadership With Jacob Morgan

My guest this week is Aaron Taylor Harve who is the environments design lead at Air BnB. We explore the impact that workspaces have on engagement and culture and how Aaron and AirBnB go about creating amazing workspaces for employees. Aaron also gives vauable advice for employees and organizations looking to utilize their physical space to improve how employees work and how they feel about where they work.


(Music by Ronald Jenkees)

Direct download: aron_taylor_harvey_podcast_DONE.mp3
Category:Business -- posted at: 4:18am PDT

What makes a company a great place to work? To learn how The Motley Fool became the #1 company in America to work for I spoke with their chief collaboration officer Todd Etter. We look at everything from their core values to their actual workplace setup. Enjoy!


(Music by Ronald Jenkees)

Direct download: Podcast_Todd_Done.mp3
Category:Business -- posted at: 9:36am PDT

You may have heard of the sharing or collaborative economy where consumers are getting what they want from each other isntead of through corporations. But what is driving this new model, how does it impact businesses, and what does the future of the sharing economy look like? These are some of the questions we explore with my guest this week, Jeremiah Owyang, the founder of Crowd Companies.


(Music by Ronald Jenkees)

Direct download: Jeremiah_podcast.mp3
Category:Business -- posted at: 6:46pm PDT

This week I explore privacy and security and whether or not these things exist in today's digital world. My guest is Raj Samani, a CTO with McAfeee and Internet Security Advisor to the EURPOL Cybercrime Centre. We talk about everything from cloud computing the value of personal data and information. This is a must listen for anyone that is thinking about their personal or business privacy and security. I do my very best to get Raj to admit that privacy and security are completely and utterly dead, enjoy!


(Music by Ronald Jenkees)

Direct download: raj-samani-podcast.mp3
Category:privacy and security -- posted at: 5:42pm PDT

In episode 6 I speak with Jade Forester who helps run marketing and community for the Open Badge Alliance. Education today is broken and the value of traditional institutions is declining especially as the popularity of open courses such as Udemy and Coursera continues to increase. One solution to this might be open badges which are designed to represent you and your skills more accurately. In this episode Jade shares her insight around the problems with today's modern education system and how open badges can very well be the future of education. 


(Music by Ronald Jenkees)

Direct download: Jade.mp3
Category:Education -- posted at: 6:03pm PDT