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We Read It So You Don’t Have To: Capital and Ideology

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Thomas Piketty?

Don’t get what he’s saying?  

Not sure you care?

Zach, who is back, and Maddie, who has never left tell us what is important about the writings of this economist

Or maybe not.  

Dr. Piketty wrote one of the more controversial book of the past 10 years.  Maddie will tell you why.  

And “R” makes and appearance.  But not “G”.

 

Cast:

  • Zoe Anastassiou – Maddie, the 8 Year Old Entrepreneur
  • Noah Masur – Zach, who is back
  • Skippy – Himself

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Challenging the Board

hwms.coverartIt’s not a typical employee relationship – CEO and Board. Sure, there’s an employee contract but it hardly covers all the circumstances of the job. Vinny, the CEO of SidePocket, has concluded that his board is out of step with the software market and that he needs to take firm steps to show them a good strategy.  These steps will put him in conflict with the board, but it is an uncertain conflict.  He’s not directly disobedient.  Yet, he is not following the board strategy either. Cast:
  • Maddie, the young entrepreneur  – Zoe Anastassiou
  • Vinny, the CEO of SidePocket – Geoffrey Grier
  • Molly of SidePocket – Caraid O’Brien
  • Thomas of IBM – Ron Bianchi
  • Karen the Banker – Debbon Ayer
  • Carl of G&P – Josh LaForce
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Working in the Neighborhood

hwms.coverart How do you fix a troubled startup? How do you mend a broken heart? When your startup is in trouble, you can look for solutions in every possible direction but the right one. Vinny considers the possibility of a simple technical fix for Maddie’s increasingly complex Watcher Dogz. Featuring:
  • Zoe Anastassiou as Maddie-the-8-year-old-entrepreneur
  • Geoffrey Grier as Vinny the Board Chair
  • Margaux Amie as Evelyn the Office Manager
  • Ron Bianchi as Ernesto from Tenderloin Angels
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The Vision Thing (Series I)

hwms.coverart Maddie.  Maddie the 8 year old entrepreneur from the Lillian Moller Gilbreth School for Disruptive Innovation.  Once she gets involved, our path is set.  So we continue to move towards the land of audio drama What is Vision? Business or Organizational Vision? Is just a fantasy? or a vague idea based on unproven technology? It is actually a very specific and useful concept, if you understand it. A clear vision can help you plan for the future, manage what you are doing, and assess your project. However, before you can do any of those things, you need to understand the basic elements. To our 8-year old entrepreneur, vision is a computer controlled still cutter, but she is still learning her way. [16410]Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedinmail