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61.

Informal Networks and Lateral Relationships

Management expert John Kotter talks about the growing importance of informal networks, which he says are often made up of lateral relationships.
Online
2015; 2011
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On the Road to Leadership

Management expert William G. Ouchi talks about the need to start on the road to leadership early in one's career.
Online
2015; 2011
63.

Master Purveyors

Narrowly avoiding death in a concentration camp, butcher Sam Solasz created a meat business that does close to $100 million in business a year.
Online
2017
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Welcome to Macintosh: The Documentary for the Rest of Us

This video is the first documentary of its kind to mix history, criticism and an unapologetic revelry of all things Apple into a movie experience. The film explores the early years of Apple, the many challenges Apple has faced, and what the future may hold for the company and its products.
Online
2017; 2009
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Job Today, Gone Tomorrow

A major manufacturing and retailing business finally is on the road to recovery after years of losses. But in order to remain profitable, it begins to downsize its workforce. What are the obligations of a company to its workers? Where do unions fit in? Is it ethical to replace strikers with permanent replacements? University of Pennsylvania Professor of Law Elizabeth Warren helps a panel of workers and managers, including U.S. Secretary of Labor Robert Reich, confront these issues.
Online
2018; 1994
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Management Consultants—Career Q&A: Professional Advice and Insight

What is it like to be a management consultant? In this Career Q&A video interview, Robert Bliss talks about his career path, what he does on the job, and the keys to success working as a management consultant. He also offers candid advice on breaking into the profession as well as insight into the industry’s biggest challenges and how the field may change in the next ten years.
Online
2018
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Leadership/Management Mix

Is leadership just a fashionable name for management or are the skills of leadership distinctly different? If leadership is different, what is the best mix of management and leadership for your job? This workplace drama, written by experienced trainer Larry Reynolds, focuses on good and bad examples of management and leadership in action.
Online
2016; 2008
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Last Shop Standing: The Rise, Fall, and Rebirth of the Independent Record Shop

More than a piece of nostalgia, Last Shop Standing takes a tantalizing look into the future—the stores that are opening, who is succeeding, and the individual, and unique passion that drives those who remain—and intend to be here long after the supermarkets have given up and the last chain store has closed.
Online
2017; 2012
69.

Netscape Marc Andreessen

This program profiles Marc Andreessen, co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz and co-founder of Internet pioneer Netscape Communications Corp. It features interviews with Netscape co-founder Jim Clark; Jim Barksdale, former chief executive officer of Netscape; Eric Bina, co-creator of Mosaic and a co-founder of Netscape; Bill Campbell, former CEO of Intuit Inc.; MIT professor Michael Cusumano; and Scott Dunlap, founder of NearbyNow, a product search service.
Online
2017; 2011
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The Village HELP: Land for the People

Can the cycle of the poverty be broken? The answer is yes. The Village HELP: Land for the People is one such story about how a village in Indonesia decided to heal its environment and liberate its people from years of poverty. Starting with ten hectares of land, the community members begin to grow rice on their own land for the first time. As they celebrate their first successful harvest, the leaders plan to grow the land and break the cycle of poverty. What are the life-changing decisions they have to make for this to happen? This is a story about the universal human struggle against all odds.
Online
2018; 2008
71.

Tycoon: The Li Ka-Shing Story

Li Ka-shing is one of the greatest business success stories of the 20th century. In an exclusive interview with Bloomberg's Angie Lau, he discusses investing, and his fascination with technology and biotech.
Online
2017; 2016
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The Alibaba Story

We take you inside the Alibaba Group to find out how this company, founded by 18 people in Jack Ma's small Chinese apartment, has grown into a global e-commerce phenomenon with a profit that is now bigger than Amazon and eBay combined.
Online
2017; 2014
73.

Oracle Larry Ellison

This program follows Larry Ellison from his early days in Chicago through the founding of the multi-billion-dollar software company, Oracle, to his rise as the highest paid executive of the last decade with a total compensation of $1.84 billion.
Online
2017; 2010
74.

Praise and Criticism

The Management Essentials series explains good managerial skills. By the end of this episode, viewers will better understand howand when to deliver effective praise and criticism.
Online
2016; 2014
75.

Adapting to Change

Management expert William G. Ouchi observes that initial reaction to change is usually negative. In most cases, he says, people simply deny that there is any need for them or their organization to change.
Online
2015; 2011
76.

Facebook Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg, founder and chief executive officer of Facebook Inc., is one of the world's youngest billionaires. This program features interviews with Tyler Winklevoss, Cameron Winklevoss, and Divya Narendra, who accused Zuckerberg of stealing their idea for the social networking website; Yuri Milner, chief executive officer of Digital Sky Technologies; Michael Wolf, former president and chief operating officer of Viacom Inc.'s MTV Networks; and David Kirkpatrick, author of "The Facebook Effect".
Online
2017; 2010
77.

Elton Mayo and the Western Electric Hawthorne Studies

Author and management expert Kenneth H. Blanchard talks about the work Elton Mayo did on the Western Electric Hawthorne studies. Blanchard notes that no matter what was done during the experiments, from adding light to taking away light, from giving workers free lunches to then taking away those lunches, the workers responded with more productivity.
Online
2015; 2011
78.

Contingency Theory

Author and management expert Kenneth H. Blanchard talks about contingency theory, an approach to leadership in management that argues there is no single leadership style that is always best in every situation.
Online
2015; 2011
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How to Grow a City in Honduras

Honduras is one of the poorest countries in Central and South America, ravaged by the drug trade, political instability and the highest murder rate in the world. It may seem like the last place on earth where businesses would want to invest, but a new idea is underway. Some call it a Startup City or Free City, others a LEAP Zone, and in Honduran law it's known as a ZEDE. They are politically autonomous, privately run zones that supporters believe could transform not only Honduras, but the entire developing world. This documentary interviews some of the key players behind the idea, explores both past and current criticism of the project, and looks ahead with some entrepreneurs who've already sketched out a business plan for what they hope will be one of the first Honduran startup citi [...]
Online
2015; 2014
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Truckers Struggling: Dan Rather Reports

The American economy survives and thrives because of a highly efficient transportation system that relies on trucks. But the drivers of those trucks are working longer hours and making less money than ever on this episode of Dan Rather Reports.
Online
2016; 2010