This is a podcast all about culture hacking – at companies, in business and the world. It is hosted by Robert Richman and a cast of hackers, troublemakers, movers and shakers. This is where Robert has real, uncensored, open conversations with fascinating people in culture.

How do you pick which business ideas to pursue?

We’re back! With a solo episode…

When you run a business, it’s so tempting to try new things. But it can come at the cost of the core business. How many do you do? Which ones do you pick? I share my answer through a metaphor…

A New Model for Talent with John Winsor

Super fun episode talking about the future of work with John Winsor!

John Winsor is currently the executive-in-residence at Harvard Business School’s Laboratory for Innovation Science at Harvard (LISH) and founder and CEO of Open Assembly, a company that provides content, community, and strategic advising to organizations, people, and platforms to co-create the future of work. He was also vice president and executive director of strategy and innovation at Crispin, Porter + Bogusky. Winsor’s books include “Beyond the Brand,” “Spark,” “Flipped, and the best-selling “Baked In,” winner of the 2009 800-CEO-READ Business Book Award in marketing, Winsor is an advisor to the Interactive Advertising Bureau and the Digital Initiative at Harvard Business School, and a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review, The Guardian, Forbes and Digiday.

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Creating a Category with Mark Frohnmayer

It’s one thing to launch a new business. It’s another thing to create an entire category. We get into with the creator of the FUV – Fun Utility Vehicle.

Unfollow Your Passion with Teri Trespacio

Everyone says to follow your passion, but what if that’s actually the worst idea.  We get into it with Teri Trespacio. She’s the author of Unfollow Your Passion, a book Mel Robbins calls “A Must Read.”

Hacking Humanity with Berke Brown

Back for the first time in a long time with my good friend and fellow culture hacker, Berke Brown.

Disrupting Dating (Part 2) The Solution

Disrupting Dating (Part 1)

You know an industry is ripe for disruption when people hate the experience but use it anyway. This explains why that’s happening in the culture of dating.

The New Culture Hackers site

I’m excited to bring you the new Culture Hackers website. It’s still a work in progress, but sign up for updates so I can keep you informed!