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great episode, thanks. I have a comment about the Synergy effect. Some products, especially commodity goods will have better performance selling on Amazon than on a direct channel such as the company website. Because for example, the customer wants to shop for all needed things in the kitchen or for a special event such as moving, and here she wouldn't use multiple channels and have multiple shipments on her doorstep.
amazingly well ; i enjoyed
Ms. Gerhardt's certainly has done solid groundwork in researching and understanding cultural differences within the workforce. That said, large Enterprise firms which are highly segmented and siled often view age differently then does for example a online music startup. The former will typically have a broader, and more diverse workforce both age-based, and culturally whereas in this example the music platform company by their own blog post accounts has a workforce well under 40, is this unconscious or a more deliberate form of bias? Does her research show that smaller Internet companies tend to hire people much like themselves? In my experience having worked at a large professional services firm until being Riff'd at age 60, age bias and discrimination was not even a recognized or discussed topic, during my nine years at this firm. Ethnic and cultural biases both unconscious and conscious were often discussed at great length. Lastly large firms towards the reactive and not proactive stance and execution against societal challenges, therefore it would not seem intuitive to believe that exploring, discussing, understanding, and implementing the contributions, and learning differences amongst the five age groups she mentioned would be on most large firms radar let alone development plan.
Amazing episode. thanks to all, especially Antonio
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Nowadays, it's not easy without work!
What about when the gaslighter is the CEO ?
Great episode!! So many valuable tips!
Truth is always the best policy. Thank you for this episode. #Honesty
listening to this in June 2021 and it feels strange!
hi. how can I find transcription?
Brilliant episode. I don't wear a hoodie