When a Millennial Trips and Falls (Series I)

hwms.coverart As part of our series investigating the interaction of young workers and technology Anna-the Intern talks with her friend Jenny about the times when ambition outruns reality and when the language of one generation fails another. Featuring:
  • Sarah Corbyn Woolf as Anna-the-Intern
  • Debbon Ayer as Jenny-the-Acquaintance
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Anna the Intern

hwms.coverart Every office needs and intern. Hence Anna was the first character to join the podcast. She’s energetic, she is, optimistic and completely convinced that her emotional and organizational intelligence will lead her to a stellar career in the technology industry. As played by Sarah Corbyn Woolf, she has shown herself to be a bit of a title hound (and who among us is completely free from that fault, and has provided us with an interesting way to probe the challenges that 20 somethings face as they enter the business world. [16810]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

It’s called “Brexit” but It’s not About Brexit (Series I)

hwms.coverart There was a reason for this title.  We talked about it in the writers room. But that reason is gone.  It was just another step towards Audio Drama. You want to be innovative do something new and think that you can just change directions on a dime. But that’s the problem. Novelty is not innovation. Without a structure to support it, a new idea won’t advance your goals. So we turn the cast loose to wrestle with this problem. Some success. Some problems. A couple of hosts disagreeing about a new idea. A little CEO who may be realizing that contract is not enough. [16430]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

We Read It So You Don’t Have To: The Fissured Workplace

hwms.coverart Not up on the current literature of technology and organization? Don’t worry. We read it so you don’t have to. This week, we look at David Weil’s Fissured Workplace, a book about what is happening to the workplace in the age of Uber, Taskrabbit and Mechanical Turk. [16425]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Talking with George Dyson about the Maketer Movement

hwms.coverart As we were getting started, George was one of the few who accepted the idea that fictional characters might interview real people.  So it only made sense for Anna and Rohit to kayak to the office of the great kayak maker. The Maker Movement. It’s hot in the tech world. How far does it go? Is there a Maker Movement for Handbags? Anna & Rohit explore with Special Guest George Dyson. [16420]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail