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'Hustlers' is a symbolic portrayal of real-life side hustles

The new film 'Hustlers' is a story of those in need taking from Wall Street elite to make ends meet. The film has had a successful week at the box office, thanks in part to performances by Jennifer Lopez and Constance Wu. One of the reasons for its success is it raises an important question: how far are you willing to go to pay the bills?
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Innovating positive change with Tiziana Casciaro

Tiziana Casciaro is a Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, and co-author (with Julie Battilana) of Power for All. In this episode of the New Human Movement, Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini talk to Tiziana about the challenge of making power more distributed and accountable in organizations, and the key role that people with less formal authority can play in agitating, innovating, and orchestrating positive change. This conversation is part of the New Human Movement, a series featuring bold thinkers and radical doers who are reimagining work, management and capitalism for a new age. For more, visit humanocracy.com/movement

Innovating positive change with Tiziana Casciaro
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Entrepreneurship at Scale with Zhang Ruimin

Zhang Ruimin is the founder and Chairman Emeritus of the Haier Group, the world’s largest appliance maker. During his 37-year tenure as Haier CEO, Zhang architected one of the world’s most radical management makeovers. In this episode of the New Human Movement, Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini talk to Zhang about turning every employee into an entrepreneur, creating “zero distance” between employees and customers, and making the company a power node in an ever-expanding, web-centric ecosystem. This conversation is part of the New Human Movement, a series featuring bold thinkers and radical doers who are reimagining work, management and capitalism for a new age. For more, visit humanocracy.com/movement

Entrepreneurship at Scale with Zhang Ruimin
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A Moral Revolution in Business with Anthony Kwame Appiah

Anthony Kwame Appiah is a professor of philosophy at New York University, author of several books, including the “Honor Code,” and writer of the weekly “Ethicist” column in The New York Times Magazine. In this episode of the New Human Movement, Gary Hamel and Michele Zanini talk to Anthony about the moral case for dignity, opportunity and equity in the workplace. This conversation is part of the New Human Movement, a series featuring bold thinkers and radical doers who are reimagining work, management and capitalism for a new age. For more, visit humanocracy.com/movement

A Moral Revolution in Business with Anthony Kwame Appiah
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