Masters of Scale
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Award-winning business advice from Silicon Valley and beyond. Iconic CEOs, from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack, share the strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands — and to weather crisis when it strikes.
Our two formats help tell the complete story of how a business grows, survives and thrives, and the mindsets of growth that keep leaders in the game.
On each episode of our classic format, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Silicon Valley investor — proves an unconventional theory about how businesses scale, asking his guests to share their stories of entrepreneurship, leadership, strategy, management, fundraising. You’ll hear the human journey too — failures, setbacks, learnings.
From our Rapid Response format, you can expect real-time wisdom from business leaders in fast-changing situations. Hosted by Bob Safian, past editor in chief of Fast Company, these episodes tackle crisis response, rebuilding, diversity & inclusion, leadership change and much more.
129. Jimmy Iovine: Harness fear to drive innovation, part 2
128. Jimmy Iovine: Harness fear to drive innovation, part 1
Using failure as a launchpad, w/MoviePass’s Stacy Spikes
How the word "no" inspires change, w/Princess Reema
How great leaders respond in a crisis, w/Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky
Lessons from the demise of BuzzFeed News, w/CEO Jonah Peretti
ALL-STAR EP: Google's Eric Schmidt — Innovation is managed chaos
ALL-STAR EP: Spotify’s Daniel Ek — How to build trust fast
46. Make it epic, w/will.i.am
Rapid Response: Kickstart your users from passive to passionate, w/Kickstarter’s Everette Taylor
Bob: We would like to know your thoughts on when AI will reach its inflection point. ChatGPT: The inflection point of AI refers to the moment when AI systems surpass human intelligence in all areas. While it is difficult to predict exactly when this will happen, many experts believe that it could occur within the next few decades. Reid: That's interesting. Can you give us some examples of areas where AI has already surpassed human intelligence? ChatGPT: AI has already surpassed human intelligence in some areas such as image recognition, language translation, and playing complex games like chess and Go. However, AI still lacks the ability to generalize and reason in the same way as humans do, and it requires vast amounts of data to perform even simple tasks. https://flixoidapk.com/
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I have been listening to Masters of Scale for 4 years. I have noticed many non-workable business mindset in myself and recognized several issues in our business by learning from Masters of Scale.
actually person start things from himself then implement on other things . person who successful always start from himself ignite himself then got success
The first podcast episode that i have listened on castbox is this and it was great.
Why is Bob not using his genuine voice? Just talk to us, Bob. This disingenuous voice is no good.
One of the best podcast episode I have ever heard !
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Good summary episode from Masters of Scale. Must Listen.
a good summary session from Masters of Scale. must listen for Startup Insite
Let the people you interview talk. Enough with the ridiculous sound effects and Reidsplaining. The interview with Bob Iger, one of the greatest business executives of the last 50 years and arguably of all time, was the last straw that forced me to unsubscribe. The early content of this show was phenomenal, and the early episodes can offer some great insights to newbies on entrepreneurship. However as the show goes on, it just gets worse and worse. We tune into an interview with Bob Iger to hear Bob Iger. We tune into an interview with Brian Chesky to hear Brian Chesky. We don’t tune in to constantly hear you interject and explain stuff like you’re talking to a 13 year old. There are still moments of greatness here, but things need to change in order to bring me back. Reading reviews on Apple Podcasts, CastBox and various apps podcast sites shows I’m definitely not the only one who feels this way. Listen to your audience!
Agree pure BS.
so excited to hopefully be in the beta group. thanks for everything you're building Reid