operations podcasts

The Making of Airbnb’s China Dream with Sean Pan, Head of China Operations at Airbnb

Many foreign startups have tried to enter China, most have failed, yet a minority have flourished. Airbnb is one of...

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E2: Tanner Hearne, Musicbed

A gap use to exist in the world of music licensing. The quality of music available to project teams making...

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Resoundingly Human: Celebrating our first year of podcasts!

Exactly one year ago this month, INFORMS launched its very first episode of Resoundingly Human. I invited one of my...

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Resoundingly Human: Marijuana's impact on tobacco and alcohol industries

In this episode, I am joined by Pengyuan Wang, assistant professor in the Terry College of Business at the University...

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Palo Alto Networks: Liane Hornsey

Liane Hornsey joined Palo Alto Networks as Chief People Officer in September 2018. Liane previously served as Chief...

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[24].7.ai: PV Kannan

PV has been a thought leader in global customer service and has been featured in the books, The World is Flat and...

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JW Player: Pablo Calamera

Pablo Calamera is the CTO for JW Player where he oversees all aspects of technology development and technical...

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E2: Tanner Hearne, Musicbed

A gap used to exist in the world of music licensing. The quality of music available to project teams making...

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Interview - Mick Sheehy

Mick Sheehy is a partner at PWC and was formerly a general council at Telstra. He is the founder of CLOC in Australia...

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Resoundingly Human: To retire or not to retire? For academics, this can be a complicated question.

In academia, a growing number of PhD graduates are competing for a limited number of academic positions, and with...

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Planning What our Staff will Look Like in 2021

Subscribe to The Check-In podcast in iTunes On this episode of the podcast we’re joined by President, CEO,...

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Resoundingly Human: Detecting Alzheimer's Disease

This episode is one of a special series recorded during the 2019 INFORMS Annual Meeting in Seattle. Joining me for...

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Resoundingly Human: Tackling the holiday rush at UPS

In the few short weeks between Thanksgiving and the New Year, the number of packages processed, transported and...

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Resoundingly Human: Is your favorite restaurant at risk of failing its health inspection?

Has this ever happened to you? Walking up to your favorite local restaurant, looking forward to a delicious meal only...

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Resoundingly Human: Working smarter, not harder, to improve healthcare transparency

Healthcare is a complex, often overwhelming subject, and the effort to match patients with providers based on patient...

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Resoundingly Human: Looking ahead with the 2020 INFORMS President

It’s a brand new year at INFORMS and we are all looking forward to an incredible 2020, especially as this year marks...

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The (Surprisingly Muddy) Case for Transparency

There’s a classic rule in economics that says more transparency and communication should lead to better outcomes. But...

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Resolving Operational Issues Uncovered During Acquisitions and Transformations

Trying to resolve issues and improve operational efficiency by aligning people and technology can lead to unexpected...

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Subscription Box Operations with Amy Lockrin

#029 - Julie chats with one of her favorite people Amy Lockrin to talk about subscription box business operations....

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Scale of No Return and Just in Time Learning for Your Amazon Business #66

Just in time learning: Learn it literally right when you need to execute it. Scale of No Return: Build a business...

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