In the Taking Stock podcast series, Clarkston Consulting partner Steve Rosenstock sits down with experts and thought leaders from the consumer products, life sciences, and retail industries. This podcast, produced by Clarkston Consulting, covers a wide range of business and leadership topics having the greatest impact to organizations today. Steve provides you access into the passions of its guests and allows you to benefit from their stories, knowledge, and deep expertise.
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In this episode of Taking Stock, I’m joined by colleagues Megan O’Toole and Shatakshi Shekhar as we discuss the importance of investing in your employees and the ways in which organizations can adopt an agile learning mindset that embraces continuous... more
In this episode of Taking Stock, I’m joined by colleagues Idoia Hidalgo and Hudson Rowland as they discuss their perspective on what “digital” means and some of the tactical steps that organizations can take to be successful as they consider their di... more
In this episode of Taking Stock, I’m joined by Sebastian Valencia, partner at Clarkston Consulting, as we discuss how change management enables supply chain transformation. more
Really great hearing such a wide variety of topics covered in an insightful way. The conversations are impactful and relevant - well done!
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Taking Stock launched 3 years ago and published 42 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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