We all have different reasons for taking on hours of commuting to work every day. Usually I listen to some kind och podcast. If I like an episode particular well, I save it es favorite. A list for the big days. Today I skimmed though one and a half years of favorite episodes, covering a range of topics and languages. This reflects not only time of my life but the themes and things I enjoy hearing more about.
Annual Review conversations
At times I when I get bored about fuzzy HR and business podcasts I like listening to Annual Review Conversations. This podcast discusses research from different fields and summarises results. When I get bored by vague results which are not close enough to my daily work, I switch to the fuzzy HR and business podcasts as well.
- What can Leadership Development Do for your organization?
Förnuft och känsla
A swedish Podcast produced by the magazine Dagens Industri. In each episode an important Swedish leader us interviewed and asked a set of questions. I like the flow the conversations have and the way they develop.
- Kasta ut konsulterna!
Fairly short episodes covering a range of industry trends in interviews with McKinsey experts.
- Facing up to digital disruption: Reinventing the core with bold business
- What’s stalling progress for women at work
- Learning from leaders in cloud infrastructure adoption
A Swedish podcast about the brain and how we are able to understand us as human beings better by understanding the brain.
- En berättelse om utatting
A swedish podcast focusing on everything related to the field of psychology.
- Återhämtning: enkla tipps i vardagen
The Economist Radio
I admit: Love it for the British accent and the black humor. But most and foremost for podcast full of quality content.
- The week ahead: Billionaires and generals (04-08-2017; 17:42min): The first time ever I heard someone speaking High Valyrian – a fictional language specifically created for the series “Games of Thrones” (no, I do not watch it). This is definitely an episode for the sociolinguists among you.
- What can economists learn from literature? (27:07:2017; 12:04min): After reading Kahnemann, I wanted to learn more about the field of behavioral economics. Morton Schapiro talks about the importance of understanding a culture for example by literature to implement effective policies in a way that made me want to read his book ‘Cents and Sensibility’.
- Babage: Taxi for Travis (21-06-2017; 15:58min): Working in manufacturing, talking about how digitalisation will affect jobs and tasks in general became a bit tiresome. Roy Bahat sparked my interest of digging deeper into that by explaining the complexity of AI replacing jobs.
- The Economist asks: What’s the next great leap for education? (20:45
- Babbage: the automation game (18-01-2017; 23:41): Similar to Taxi for Travis, this episode explores how robots will have an impact on the workforce and if a computer chip is (or will be) comparable to a human brain.
A German podcast which each episode covering a theme in 30 well-researched minutes.
- Der teilende Mensch (26:25 min)
- Gefilterte Weltsicht: Wie das Internet die Weltwahrnehmung prägt
- Gene oder Bildung
- Warum Schwule nicht zuhören: Vorurteile
- 55 plus im Job: Chancen für Ältere
- Reichsbürger – Rechtsextreme Verschwörungstheoretiker
The podcast of CIPD covers recent trends in HR and Learning & Development.
- 122 Behavioral Science
- 123 Social Learning
A Swedish podcast about HR in the broader sense. Katarina and Johan är HR consultants and invite important Swedish HR professionals to have a talk about their careers, their current work and developments in the field.
- Katarina Berg CHRO Spotify
HR Happy Hour
Another HR podcast, this time from US. A bit more talking and longer episodes than for example CIPD’s. But some episodes are really insightful and content rich including
- 277 The 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends Report
- 279 Artificial Intelligence for HR and for People
- 280 Dave Ulrich, Victory through Organization
Nine 2 Thrive HR
A US-podcast about HR, this time shorter episodes and structured discussions with experts.
- 003 Talent Assessment 101
- Turning Workforce Guesswork into talent Science Part 1:
- Neuroscience Makes Employee Engagement Waves
- Candidate Experience: Take Time To Get It Right
A Swedish podcast focussing on career development.
- #71: Tema – Konflikter
A Swedish podcast interviewing successful Swedish people.
- Hur din hjärna fungerar med Hjärnforskaren Katarina Gospic