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Hosted by Hunter Hastings, this weekly podcast focuses on helping the real life, flesh-and-blood entrepreneur to succeed.
Ahmed Elsamadisi is one of the leading data scientists in the world. He believes that the stories we tell from data drive business success.
Who are modders, what do they do, and what can we learn from them? Gordon Miller has studied this important entrepreneurial phenomenon, and he joins Economics for Business to share his knowledge.
The Austrian capital theory approach to the structure and management of firms recognizes that all value in the corporation flows to it from the value experiences of customers.
Raushan Gross joins the Economics For Business podcast to share some of his original and distinctive observations about the very human aspects of his new entrepreneurial studies.
How do entrepreneurs and executives apply the value learning cycle theory to create customers, delight them, and grow strong brands and businesses?
The business-as-a-flow orientation embraces continuous adaptive change within the firm.
Once businesses master the principles of subjectivism and subjective value in combination, they can open new horizons of innovation and growth.
Hunter Hastings and Curt Carlson discuss value creation and innovation as a life skill.
Sterling Hawkins has identified the ultimate feedback loop for personal performance. He calls it discomfort. We should seek discomfort, analyze it, understand it, and utilize it as an ultimate tool for improvement.