After Hours
After Hours
Nov 28, 2018
Tackling Climate Change, and Making Sense of the Nissan-Renault Drama
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Youngme, Felix, and Mihir tackle climate change, discuss the Nissan-Renault soap opera, and share their After Hours picks for the week.

For interested listeners:

Some recent picks:

  • The Man in the High Castle (Amazon Video)
  • The Ringer website
  • Janesville (Amy Goldstein)
  • Airtable (software)
  • Small Fry (Lisa Brennan-Jobs)
  • Educated (Tara Westover)
  • Burn After Reading (Netflix)
  • Janelle Monae
  • Company (Stephen Sondheim musical)

You can email your comments and ideas for future episodes to: harvardafterhours@gmail.com. You can also follow Youngme and Mihir on Twitter at: @YoungmeMoon and @DesaiMihirA.

McKinsey Recruiting
McKinsey Recruiting
McKinsey & Company Recruiting
Ellis on GLAM, McKinsey's LGBTQ+ network
What is the purpose of the McKinsey’s LGBTQ+ network GLAM? How does McKinsey introduce inclusion into the workplace and how can someone show support for LGBTQ+ colleagues? Tune in and find answers to these questions and more in our latest McKinsey Recruiting Podcast episode, with Ellis Griffith. Ellis Griffith is McKinsey’s people function leader for the Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa region, based in our Amsterdam office. Ellis is a thought leader in the areas of culture and diversity as well as learning, HR and organization development. # In 2019 Ellis moved from Atlanta to Amsterdam with her partner Meredith and four children. # When Ellis was a child, she moved from a small town in the US to Japan. She speaks Japanese fluently and majored in Asian languages and religion. # Within her learning program on conscious inclusion, Ellis visited 50+ McKinsey locations and shares her impressions of differences and similarities of our offices worldwide. # Ellis provides helpful insights for LGBTQ+ colleagues on how to navigate challenges in the (consulting) work environment. She also explains the purpose of McKinsey’s GLAM network. # In our “Ask me anything” section, Ellis explains the many ways to support the LGBTQ+ community as an ally. She also describes McKinsey’s recruiting process. For more information on our podcast, visit: http://mckinsey.com/recruitingpodcast Read more >    Listen to the podcast (duration: 37:06) >
37 min
The Disruptive Voice
The Disruptive Voice
Clay Christensen's Forum for Growth and Innovation at the Harvard Business
64. Your Best Friend's Voice: A Conversation With Amelia Lin, Founder and CEO of Saga
When was the last time you heard your best friend's voice? This question is at the heart of this week's episode of The Disruptive Voice. We're now seven months into a global pandemic that has torn and kept friends and families apart. In the midst of all this distance and distress, many are searching for ways to deeply and authentically connect with those they love. That's why we reached out to Amelia Lin, an alumna of HBS and Harvard College who is in the early stages of developing a social media platform called Saga that enables a refreshingly personal form of connection. Saga is a personal family podcast app designed to facilitate and store family histories, and one that has recently transformed into a new kind of social network. In this episode, Amelia discusses the story behind the app, some of the ways that it is currently being used, and the power of intimate, shared spaces to reshape our social media futures. She is hosted by Chris Diak, Program Assistant at The Forum and an M.Div. candidate at Harvard Divinity School. Announcement: Saga has graciously created a group for us to share our memories of Clayton Christensen and create a personal podcast dedicated to him. You can join our channel now, Remembering Clay, to hear others' memories of Clay and share your own (iOS only). Invite code is QOLTHN. https://trysaga.app.link/Z4Rm6cTvDab?joinCode=QOLTHN We'd love to hear from you! If you have any questions, please reach out to fgi@hbs.edu. Thank you.
35 min
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