• Summary

  • Metaviews is a podcast about the big picture and what comes next. As an open source intelligence agency, Metaviews is focused on the future while also grounded in the present. Hosted by Jesse Hirsh and featuring a diverse range of guests, the show looks at the collision of political economy, technology, culture, and society.
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Episodes
  • Talent & Opportunity in the Post-Pandemic Workplace

    Aug 21 2021
    The pandemic has transformed work and learning, and this will be particularly evident as we emerge into a post-pandemic world. One person’s disruption is another person’s opportunity. Similarly some organizations have responded with incredible resilience, and are experiencing unprecedented growth and success. Historically great crises and catastrophes are followed by renaissances and periods of incredible innovation. What’s the difference between success and failure, between depression and excitement? Talent. This is true for both individuals and organizations. How do you foster and harness your talent? How do organizations attract, develop, and retain talent? These are crucial questions during this transitional period as we remain in a pandemic but seek our path out of it!
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    20 mins
  • The politics of the future with Andriana Lagoudes

    Aug 13 2021
    As a futurist and social designer, Andriana Lagoudes builds inclusive systems for sidelined people to unlearn their shame. Andriana does this by navigating and researching through complex political problems to design new code based on people’s best case scenario. In this episode of Metaviews, Andriana joins host Jesse Hirsh to talk about the politics of the future, the politics of care, and why we're living in a moment where ethics may be more important than aesthetics. To learn more about Andriana check out her website https://andrianalagoudes.com/ And follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andriana.lagoudes/
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    1 hr and 22 mins
  • The problems with copy and paste public policy

    Jul 19 2021
    Vasiliki Bednar from Regs2Riches.com joins Jesse Hirsh to talk about the problems arising from copy and paste public policy. This is what happens when policy makers copy other jurisdictions blindly, rather than engage in a policy process that adapts to the needs of jurisdiction. Obviously policy makers can and should learn from each other and best practices, yet often the process is the purpose, and blindly copying others leads to problems down the road.
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    1 hr and 2 mins

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