Beyond the Bottom Line
Created and hosted by Yale SOM’s Program on Entrepreneurship, Beyond the Bottom Line interviews the founders, investors, technologists, and early-stage employees who are part of today's entrepreneurial ecosystem.
Yale School of Management students sit down with alumni for a series of candid conversations about career paths, industries, opportunities for business school graduates, and discussions on career topics including work-life balance and creating a meaningful impact in business and society. This series is produced by and recorded at the Yale School of Management.
The Design of Business | The Business of Design
Jessica Helfand and Michael Bierut explore how design works within complex organizations to shape decisions, ideas, products, and more. Guests include clients from many industries and designers in many fields. Recorded at the Yale School of Management, produced by Design Observer.
Join the conversation as social entrepreneurs from around the world come to Yale SOM to share the challenges they are grappling with and the insights they are gaining in the field. From rural India and Kenya to the inner cities of the U.S., from the environment to nutrition to maternal child health, this series hosted by Dr. Teresa Chahine cuts across sectors to examine the convergence of business and society and explores the latest trends and pitfalls in social innovation, funding, and impact.
The Power Pod
Conversations about power and leadership co-hosted/produced by three experts in the science and practice of management: Yale SOM professors Heidi Brooks, Julia DiBenigno, and Michael Kraus.
Impact on Record
Impact on Record (IoR) is a podcast that takes a deep dive into impact investing. We will bring you the stories and interviews about the deal makers, the structure of those deals, and most important, the impacted!
In the Clubhouse
In the Club House, we hang out and hear the stories of amazing women all over the country...amazing not because they’re grabbing headlines or earning seven-figures, but because they’ve built lives that fulfill their own personal definitions of success...and the spunk and spark they bring to telling their stories is contagious.