There are more than 700,000 podcasts out there with close to 30 million episodes. And whether it’s for business, education, entertainment, or motivation, approximately 62 million people listen to podcasts every week.
These numbers increase every day. As podcasts evolve, it can be hard to choose which ones to listen to. Here are a few of our favorites to stay current on the latest business trends, industry tips, and technology updates.
Many of us probably aspire to read the Harvard Business Review more often than we do. But it’s hard to find the time. This podcast is the next best thing. In each episode, HBR editors interview leaders and experts in business and management.
Get to know the challenges faced by the biggest brands in the world. Each season of this podcast analyzes the relationship (or even conflict) between two businesses competing within an industry—from Nike and Adidas to Blockbuster and Netflix and many others.
This NPR podcast takes a look at the origins of the most well-known and beloved companies in the world. With fresh perspective, it explores the struggles and success of companies. Episode after episode offers unique insights into the journeys of these companies and their owners.
In this podcast, Blake Morgan interviews with leaders from different customer-focused brands. Leaders from companies like Allstate, Microsoft, Wayfair, and PwC discuss what sets their organizations apart—from how they invest in their teams and leverage technology to leadership insights.
An encouraging and actionable podcast featuring companies and individual stories about exceptional customer experience. Each episode is entertaining and leaves us thinking about ways to make our customer experience even better than it already is.
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This fun, off-the-wall podcast highlights some of the most fascinating business professionals out there. The featured jobs are a little out of the ordinary at best. You might find you have common successes and struggles with even the most unusual jobs out there.