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Crown & Collards – The CSPN
Crown & Collards – The CSPN
A comedy podcast hosted by two southern black people, Bianca and Jeremey. Best described as like listening to a catfish dinner. Come get you some goodness.
A comedy podcast hosted by two southern black people, Bianca and Jeremey. Best described as like listening to a catfish dinner. Come get you some goodness.
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Crown & Collards – The CSPN
Shut Up, Weirdo with Frangry and Michele with One "L" | WFMU
Shut Up, Weirdo with Frangry and Michele with One "L" | WFMU
WFMU presents Just two girls. Having a good time. On a Friday night..
Just two girls. Having a good time. On a Friday night.
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Shut Up, Weirdo with Frangry and Michele with One "L" | WFMU
Belleville by Boson
Belleville by Boson
Belleville, un espace pour penser autrement.
Belleville, un espace pour penser autrement.
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Belleville by Boson
Comics Coast To Coast
Comics Coast To Coast
A comic podcast by comic creators
Discussions about webcomics, animation, illustration and syndicated comics. Interviews with innovators from past and present. Round table discussions are the norm. Clever conversation is never expected but always appears.
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Comics Coast To Coast
Today, Explained
Today, Explained
News comes at you fast. Join us at the end of your day to understand it. Today, Explained is your all killer, no filler, Monday to Friday news explainer hosted by Sean Rameswaram and featuring the finest reporters from the Vox Media Podcast Network and beyond.
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Today, Explained
The NextGen Enterprise Podcast
The NextGen Enterprise Podcast
from traditional management to adaptive and purpose driven organizations
We are living a turning point in history. Emerging countries have emerged, the margins of traditional activities are being squeezed. We are entering the economy of innovation, fast and uncertain. At the same time, the disengagement of employees in organizations is at its peak all over the world. However, while the business models have been largely disrupted, the management inherited from Taylor persists largely. Managing the complexity and speed of transformation requires new forms of governance and new management methods. The agile enterprise is driven by purpose, embodied values, and decentralized authority for greater autonomy, accountability, transparency and trust.
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The NextGen Enterprise Podcast