Have you heard any good podcasts lately? I stumbled upon two good ones today, but I'm in the market for more....
First, here are my recommendations:
The first is produced by my friend Eric Mattson of MarketingMonger, who is plugging away at his ambitious goal of recording 1,000 conversations with 1,000 marketers, innovators and other interesting sorts. Here, Eric chats up MarketingProfs contributor and content guru Gerry McGovern about my favorite topic of content .... specifically, how words drive actions (or "how words get people to do things"), how to leverage content as a business asset, and why Web sites fail (or succeed).
You'll love Gerry's depth and breadth of knowledge. You'll love his comprehensive answers. And you have to love his Irish lilt. Have a listen:
MarketingMonger Podcast #107 - Gerry McGovern
Second, Harvard Business Online this week introduces a new, occasional feature segment to its HBR IdeaCast: Heard in the C-Suite. This week, Harvard Management Update editor (and my Boston pal) Christina Bielaszka-DuVernay talks with iPass CEO Ken Denman about the challenges his company has faced with its three mergers in less than three years.
Ken's mantra (paraphrased): Change is good. Embrace it. Love it up– since it offers inherent opportunities in addition to the challenges.
Have a listen to Chris and Ken (and the rest of the podcast) here:
Heard in the C-Suite
So -- your turn. Have you heard any good podcasts lately? I'd love your suggestions for other good podcasts you've listened to! Please point me to your recommendations in the comments below.
Take the first step (it's free).
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