Gast in dieser Episode ist Prof. Jan Oliver Schwarz von der Technischen Hochschule Ingolstadt. Dort bietet er den Master Studiengang „Global Foresight und Technology Management“ an, was in Deutschland fast einzigartig ist. Zu Beginn der Folge schauen wir uns den Studiengang einmal näher an. Was ist das Konzept, die Inhalte und der Ablauf. Im zweiten Teil beleuchten wir das Future Skillset. Was sind Kompetenzen die zukünftigen Inno-vationsmanger:innen mitbringen müssen? Am Ende der Folge kommen wir auf den Fachkräftemangel zu sprechen. Denn für fast jedes Unternehmen wird die Gewinnung neuer Mitarbeitenden zur großen Herausforderung. Was Innovationsverantwortliche tun können, um Top Talente zu erreichen, erfahrt ihr am Ende der Folge. Kontaktiert Prof. Dr. Jan Olover Schwarz auf LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jan-oliver-schwarz-a565492 Euer Exepmplar des Whitepaper Trend- und Innovationsmanagement https://www.trendone.com/whitepaper Stellt uns eure Fragen bei Ask Us Anything https://www.trendone.com/askus Die Host: Peter von Aspern https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-von-aspern Sebastian Metzner https:/www.linkedin.com/in/sebastianmetzner Sendet uns gern eine Whatsapp Sprachnachricht an: +49 172 67 82 736 Schreibt uns Feedback per Mail an: email@example.com
Schon vor ca. 20 Jahren habe ich Vorträge und Seminare zum Thema Wissenschaft und Umwelt gehalten. Vieles von dem, was ich damals gesagt habe, hat sich bis heute (leider) bestätigt. Diese Episode ist so etwas wie ein Frühjahrsputz für mich: Wie steht die Einordnung der verschiedenen Ideen und Ansätze der Umweltbewegungen mit-, gegen- und zueinander? Wie steht es zwischen Theorie, Ideologie und Praxis? Werten und Aktivität? Welche Rolle spielt Wissenschaft? Wo sehen wir begriffliche Verwirrungen? Wie finden wir den Weg von, aber auch der Spalt zwischen Ethik und Praxis? Diese Episode wird die Themen keinesfalls abdecken, ich sehe es eher als ein Aufwerfen von Bällen, die zum Teil in früheren Episoden, zum Teil in späteren Episoden wieder aufgefangen und genauer betrachtet wurden oder werden sollten. Welche Ansätze und Ideologien gibt es in der Umweltbewegung? 1. De-Growth (Wachstumskritik) Wachstumskritik hat eine lange und wechselhafte Tradition, die wenigstens auf Thomas Robert Malthus um 1800 zurückgeht und immer wieder neu interpretiert wurde und wird. Eine moderne Definition der Ziele ist: »Gerechtes Herunterskalieren von Produktion und Konsum, der das menschliche Wohlbefinden und die ökologischen Bedingungen verbessert« Wir finden in dieser Gruppe leider aber auch eine nicht zu geringe Zahl an Extremisten, denen auch die radikale Reduktion der Menschheit wünschenswert erscheint um das Ziel zu erreichen, etwa: »Until such time as Homo sapiens should decide to rejoin nature, some of us can only hope for the right virus to come along.«, David Gräber 2. »Business as Usual« Wenn wir ehrlich sind, interessiert das Thema Umwelt im Alltag immer noch fast niemanden, jedenfalls dann nicht, wenn es über das Ausrollen von Wohlfühltechnologien und -ideen geht, die dem Einzelnen (scheinbar) wenig Kosten verursachen aber ein gutes Gefühl geben, etwas geleistet zu haben: »Das Ausrollen von ineffektiven Wohlfühl-Technologien ist dreifach schlecht — abgesehen vom offensichtlichen, dass sie ineffektiv sind, führt es auch dazu, dass der Druck nachlässt etwas wirkungsvolles zu tun, weil ja gehandelt wird, und vielleicht das schlimmste: es lenkt mögliche Ressourcen weg von wichtigeren Bedürfnissen.«, Steven Koonin 3. Eco-Modernismus Dder mittlerweile 101 jährige James Lovelock in seinem letzten Buch Novacen: »Das Bestreben nach einer besseren Zeit vor dem Anthropozän ist eine Phantasie. Zunächst einmal, weil es nie eine goldene Zeit frei von Wünschen und Leid gab und zweitens, weil wir, um dorthin zurück zu gelangen, die offensichtlichen Vorteile der Moderne rückgängig machen müssten« Beim Eco-Modernismus steht der Mensch im Zentrum der Veränderung aber auch der Verantwortung; Reduktion des menschlichen Einflusses auf die Natur durch Entkopplung, Intensivierung und Innovation sind der Anspruch: »Intensivierung vieler menschlicher Tätigkeiten — im besonderen Landwirtschaft, Energiegewinnung, Forstwirtschaft und Siedlung — mit dem Ziel, weniger Land zu nutzen und weniger in die natürlichen Welt einzugreifen ist der Schlüssel, menschliche Entwicklung von den negativen Einflüssen auf die Umwelt zu entkoppeln« Eco-Modernisten lehnen radikale Wachstumskritik ab. Selbst Jorgen Randers, der Mitautor der »Grenzen des Wachstums« von 1972, schreibt vor wenigen Jahren: »Der fundamentale Grund, warum die meisten Menschen Wachstum bevorzugen ist, dass es der einzige Weg ist, den moderne Gesellschaften gefunden haben um drei Probleme effektiv zu lösen: Armut, Arbeitslosigkeit und Pensionen« Aber können wir glauben, dass wir die Herausforderungen der Zeit alleine mit Technik und Wachstum lösen können? Wie lange kann das gut gehen? 4. Singularisten/Eskapisten & Post-Humanisten Die Insel oder das Landgut in Neuseeland reicht für viele Milliardäre nicht mehr aus, um sich vor den Katastrophen der Welt zu verstecken. Heute muss es der Mars, Raumstationen oder gar das Verlassen des Sonnensystems sein. Jedenfalls ist das die Vision einiger Vertreter einflussreicher US-Eliten. Sollte das doch nicht klappen, können wir uns ja in Computer hochladen und virtuell weiterleben. Oder übergeben wir als Menschen gar den Stab an intelligente Maschinen? Wer glaubt an diese Phantasien, beziehungsweise hält sie für eine wünschenswerte Zukunft? *** Im zweiten Teil dieser Episode stelle ich die Frage, was Philosophie und Ethik zu diesem Themenbereich zu sagen hat? Wer steht eigentlich im Zentrum der Betrachtung, Mensch oder Natur? Sollten wir Deep oder Shallow Ecology betreiben? Wem sollen wir folgen, Deontologen oder Utilitaristen und was ist von der »PAT« Formel zu halten? Haben die Wachstumskritiker bisher mit ihren Vorhersagen recht behalten, und selbst wenn nicht — was bedeutet dies für die Zukunft? Außerdem: nicht nur die Interessen westlicher Industrienationen zählen: »Diese verschiedenen Ansätze haben ein gemeinsames Design, das ökonomische Ziel, die Kosten des Klima-Aktivismus zu sozialisieren und die Armen die Rechnung für die Reichen zahlen zu lassen.« und »Die Weiterführung globaler Armut und niedriger Einkommen kann nicht die Klima-Strategie der reichen Welt sein.«, Samir Saran Welche Rolle spielt Ideologie und wie ist die Lücke zwischen Ideologie, Wissenschaft und tatsächlicher Umsetzung zu überbrücken. Gerade unter Aktivisten erleben wir oft ein hohes Maß an Motivation, Kritik an Missständen aber nur sehr selten kohärente und realistische Ideen, wie die Situation verbessert werden kann. »Es zeigt sich, dass in den fortgeschrittensten Phasen der Idiotie der Ideenmangel mit Ideologieüberschuss kompensiert wird.«, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, eine Figur in Das Spiel der Engel Oftmals scheint die Medizin des Aktivismus schlimmere Folgen zu haben als die Krankheit — helfen uns die zahlreichen NGOs also, das Problem zu lösen, oder richten sie oftmals mehr Schaden als Nutzen an? »Tausende Kuhhörner, vergraben auf einem Acker, sollen für eine gute Ernte sorgen. Für Demeter-Landwirte ein gängiges Ritual. Ein Verband zwischen Biolandwirtschaft und Esoterik.«, ZDF-Bericht zur Bio-Landwirtschaft zwischen Ökologie und Esoterik Dass es nicht nur um nutzlose Esoterik geht, sondern dass inkohärente Öko-Ideen auch massive Schäden anrichten können, zeigt der radikale Versuch in Sri Lanka auf eine vermeintlich grüne Landwirtschaft umzusteigen: »Die Befürworter von Bio-Landbau, überzeugt von naturalistischen Fehlschlüssen und argwöhnisch über moderne landwirtschaftliche Forschung, können keine plausible Lösung anbieten. Was sie anbieten, wie das Disaster in Sri Lanka offen gelegt hat, ist Elend.«, Ted Nordhaus Das Experiment in Sri Lanka wurde nach wenigen Monaten beendet, weil die Folgen verheerend waren. Ein anderes Beispiel: Greenpeace protestiert zur gleichen Zeit in England gegen ein Solarkraftwerk und in Frankreich gegen Kernkraft. Wer kann das rational nachvollziehen und unterstützen? Wenig hinterfragte Ideologisierung finden wir aber auf allen Seiten. Wie kommen wir aus diesem Patt heraus? Kann es gelingen, die vernünftigen Ideen aller Seiten zusammenführen und die wenig hilfreichen (aber lauten) Vertreter beider Seiten zu ignorieren? Es gibt gute Beispiele von Aktivisten, die tatsächlich zuhören und ihre Meinung ändern, wenn sie von besseren Argumenten überzeugt werden, wie auch Episode 46 mit der Aktivistin Zion Lights zeigt! Nehmen wir uns diese zum Vorbild. Zum Abschluss: eine ganze Reihe von Begriffen tauchen in diesem Kontext immer wieder auf, die zumindest hinterfragt werden sollten, eine kleine Auswahl diesmal: Wissenschaft und Szientismus Probleme vs. Dilemmata »Umwelt« Naturalistischer Fehlschluss Vorsorge Prinzip Zusammenfassend: wie geht es weiter? Die Zeit, wo wir uns als passive, von Natur oder Gott getriebenen Lebewesen sehen konnte ist vorbei: »Wir können uns wahrscheinlich kaum mehr so etwas wie Naturphänomene vorstellen, die im Sinne der klassischen Theodizeefrage vollständig auf Natur als Gegenkonzept zu Kultur oder Gesellschaft ausgelagert werden können. Selbst wenn ein Komet auf die Erde zurasen würde, […] würden wir das nicht alleine einem«, Armin Nassehi Wie kommen wir zu einer systemischen Sicht, zu einem Blick, die »Gaia« als ganzes betrachtet, das menschliche Wohlbefinden nicht hinten anstellt und trotzdem nicht zur Katastrophe führt? Referenzen Andere Episoden Episode 7 und 8: Alles wird besser... oder nicht? Episode 15: Innovation oder Fortschritt Episode 16: Innovation oder Forrtschritt oder Stagnation? Episode 18: Fortschritt oder Stagnation: Gespräch mit Andreas Windisch Episode 39: Follow the Science Episode 42: Gesellschaftliche Verwundbarkeit, ein Blick hinter die Kulissen: Gespräch mit Herbert Saurugg Episode 44: Was ist Fortschritt? Ein Gespräch mit Philipp Blom Episode 46: Activism, a Conversation with Zion Lights Fachliche Referenzen Extinction Rebellion Website Degrowth US Readings Jason Hickel, Degrowth: A Call for Radical Abundance Hating Humanity Won't Get You Canceled - WSJ Why Silicon Valley billionaires are prepping for the apocalypse in New Zealand, The Guardian (2018) Steven Koonin, Unsettled, What Climate Science Tells Us, What It Doesn't, and Why It Matters Patrick Curry, Ecological Ethics, An Introduction, Polity Press (2006) Stanford Encyclopaedia of Philosophy, Environmental Ethics Samir Saran, Enough Sermons on Climate, It's Time for ‘Just' Action Peter Treue, Blut und Bohnen, Der Paradigmenwechsel im Künast-Ministerium ersetzt Wissenschaft durch Okkultismus, FAZ (2002) Cornelius Janzen, Ritual der Demeter-Landwirte: Warum sie Kuhhörner in der Erde vergraben, ZDF (2021) Demeter, »biodynamische« Präparate Mark Lynas, Finland's Green Party endorses nuclear power (2022) James Lovelock, Novacene, The coming age of hyper intelligence Jorgen Randers, 2052 A global forecast for the next forty years (2012) Ted Nordhaus, Sri Lanka's Organic Farming Experiment Went Catastrophically Wrong, Foreign Policy (2022) Der Mensch - das Mängelwesen, NZZ (2004) The Doomslayer. The environment is going to hell, and human life is doomed to only get worse, right? Wrong. Conventional wisdom, meet Julian Simon, the Doomslayer. Wired (1997) Population, Affluence, and Technology, Penn State College of Earth and Mineral Sciences Roger Pielke Jr., More on the Iron Law of Climate Policy (2010) Carlos Ruiz Zafón, eine Figur in Das Spiel des Engels
Welcome to an episode with a well-recognized professor, Ben M. Bensaou. Get Ben's book here: https://amzn.to/3xpI9Zb Many people think that you need a genius leader or need to become a start-up to innovate. But we all have the potential to innovate. In this episode, Ben speaks about everyone's role in innovation and how it can be performed like a habit in our everyday lives. He also discussed the need to develop a deeper understanding of customers and create a culture of collaborating with customers to offer the ideal combination of performance, attributes, price, and other characteristics that customers need and want, or produce a product and service with a powerful market appeal. Ben M. Bensaou is a Professor of Technology Management and Professor of Asian Business and Comparative Management at INSEAD, Fontainebleau, France. He served as Dean of Executive Education in 2018–2020. He was a Visiting Associate Professor at Harvard Business School in 1998-1999, a Senior Fellow at the Wharton School of Management in 2007-2008, and a Visiting Scholar at the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley in 2013-2015. He received his PhD in Management from MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, US, and his MA in Management Science from Hitotsubashi University, Tokyo, Japan; his Diplôme d'Ingénieur (MSc) in Civil Engineering and DEA in Mechanical Engineering from respectively the Ecole Nationale des TPE, Lyon and the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, two Grandes Ecoles in France. His research and teaching activities focus on: (1) how to create innovating capabilities and competencies as a way to build an innovating organization and culture; (2) Blue Ocean Strategy and value innovation implementation, and roll out processes across the whole organization; (3) how to build social capital within firms; (4) new forms of organizations, in particular networked corporations, strategic alliances, joint ventures, and value-adding partnerships; and (5) the impact of information technology on innovation. Professor Bensaou addresses these issues from an international comparative perspective, with a special focus on Japanese organizations. Professor Bensaou's research on buyer-supplier relations in the US and Japanese auto industries won him the Best Doctoral Dissertation Award in the field of information systems and a finalist nomination for the Free Press Award for outstanding dissertation research in the field of business policy and strategy. His case studies on innovation won the 2006, 2008 and 2009 ECCH Best Case Awards (with Kim & Mauborgne). His publications include papers in Academy of Management Journal, Management Science, Information Systems Research, Organization Science, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, Harvard Business Review, Sloan Management Review, book chapters and conference proceedings. He has been a member of the Editorial Board of Information Systems Research, MIS Quarterly and MISQ Executive. He has been listed in the Who's Who in the World since 1998. He has been consulting for Asian, European and US corporations since 1993. At INSEAD, Professor Bensaou developed two new MBA courses: 'Managing Networked Organisations' and 'Understanding Japanese Business.' He also teaches courses on Competitive Strategy, Innovation, Blue Ocean Strategy and Value Innovation, Information Technology and Comparative Management (in English and French). He was a Visiting Professor at Aoyama Gakuin University, Tokyo, where he taught his 'Information Technology and Corporate Transformation' course. He has also been teaching (in Japanese) in Executive Education programs at Keio Business School, Tokyo, Japan. Get Ben's book here: Built to Innovate: Essential Practices to Wire Innovation into Your Company's DNA. Ben M. Bensaou: https://amzn.to/3xpI9Zb Enjoying this episode? Get access to sample advanced training episodes here: www.firmsconsulting.com/promo
You know that I love stories of innovation. And that's because innovation is all about action and solving problems. So today I wanted to share a couple similar stories of innovation that are helping solve unique but serious problems in the environment. Both of these stories are about invasive species. One is about turning the lionfish into a beautiful leather product and the other is about turning problem mussels into beautiful glass tiles for the facades of buildings. Listen to today's short to hear how engineers and artists are finding ways to help solve the expensive problem of these invasive species by finding new ways to use them once they are removed. Sources: This gorgeous leather is made from the hide of an invasive predatory fishGlass tiles made from invasive mussel shellsVisit my website: saxinthemorning.com for merchandise and other links. Follow us on social media: Instagram: @saxinthemorning_podcastYouTube: subscribe and watch shorts here
In this week's episode of Politics In Question, E.J. Dionne and Miles Rapoport join Lee to discuss their new book, 100% Voting: The Case for Universal Voting. Dionne writes about politics for The Washington Post. He is also a government professor at Georgetown University, a visiting professor at Harvard University, a senior fellow in governance studies at the Brookings Institution and a frequent commentator on politics for National Public Radio and MSNBC. Rapoport is Senior Practice Fellow in American Democracy at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School. Prior to his appointment to the Ash Center, Rapoport was president of the independent grassroots organization Common Cause and headed the public policy center Demos.What would happen if everybody voted? How would democracy change? In some countries, voting is mandatory. Should the United States become one of those countries? These are some of the questions E.J., Miles, and Lee ask in this week's episode.
African immigrants have contributed significantly to the growth and diversity of the overall Black population in the United States. As an immigrant, I know how hard it is for someone to come to the United States with nothing but a dream and work hard to see their dreams come to pass. That's the story of Leslie Asanga who is an entrepreneur creating solutions to some of the enormous problems we faced back home in Africa, Cameroon specifically. Join us now as we deep dive into his journey as an immigrant and entrepreneur. Meet Our Guest : Dr. Asanga is a pharmacist and an entrepreneur with 10+ years of healthcare and entrepreneurship experience. He is the founder and CEO of Pills2Me - an on-demand prescription delivery service - which was launched at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. He is also the co-founder and CEO of UrPharm (an easy way to search, find, and pay for medications in sub-Saharan Africa). He holds a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree and an MBA from Roseman University of Health Sciences, Nevada, and a Master of Public Health degree from Yale University. He was the winner of the Thorne Prize at startup Yale - Yale University's annual entrepreneurship award for healthcare innovation. He is an innovator and very passionate about using technology to solve healthcare problems, especially in vulnerable communities. Contact Our Guest: Email: Leslie@pills2me.com LinkedIn: Leslie Asanga Things You Will Learn in This Episode: [00:01 – 03:00] Introduction Introducing our guest - Leslie Asanga [03:00 – 30:00] Leslie's Entrepreneurship Journey Getting to know Leslie The founding of his two companies How his humble beginnings inspired his entrepreneurship journey The services offered by the companies Leslie founded Where to find Leslie businesses in Africa & America [30:00 – 1:00:00] Further Diagnosis & Treatment Life growing up in Cameroon The difficulties he had to deal with growing up His education and business ventures back in Cameroon The impact family had on him Coming to America for studies Finding problems to solve Words of encouragement to the African community How to get in touch with Leslie [1:00:00 – 1:13:55] Final Words Leslie's final words Anyoh's final words Tweetable Quotes “Our people have a lot of potentials but just don't explore them. people just boxed themselves into tiny boxes. They say - I'm doing this, I'm staying on this track, but I think there's a whole lot more that we can do if we just decide to explore, and not be afraid to fail.” - Leslie Asanga “Focus on the positive side of things, but believe that the negative side can happen so have a contingency plan, knowing that, this can happen, but I know the probability of that worst-case scenario happening is low and I know what do in case the worst-case scenario happens. So be positive all the time even when you have a negative fact.” - Leslie Asanga “What I will say to anyone is that chase your dreams! Right? I know, it's been said 1000 times before but you know, you don't let your guard down. Forget about the failure, forget about everything else and go chase your dreams!” - Leslie Asanga LEAVE A REVIEW and tell us what you think about the episode so we can continue putting out the best content just for you! Connect with Living African Podcast: You can connect with us on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, or Twitter, or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our website www.livingafricanpodcast.com for more resources and to learn more. Connect with host, Anyoh: You can connect with Anyoh on Facebook (@anyohf), Instagram (@anyohfombad), and Twitter (@anyohfombad).
What does it take to create an authoritative podcast? Innovation and creativity are two of the most critical drivers of success anywhere. And when it comes to podcasting, marrying these two forces can be a recipe for greatness. Creativity is essential for developing original, engaging content that captures listeners' imaginations. On the other hand, innovation is necessary for coming up with new ways to produce and distribute that content and finding ways to stand out in a crowded marketplace. This kind of thinking is precisely what today's guest, Izolda Trakhtenberg, embodies. Izolda believes innovation isn't just about the latest fad. It's about creative thinking and mindfulness, and ethical actions. This refreshing approach has made her a sought-after speaker, educator, and coach for creatives and business leaders. Join Izolda as she discusses the creative and innovative approach to building and growing a podcast.Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Binge Factor community today:FacebookInstagramLinkedInPinterestYoutubeTikTok
This episode of the Getting Smart podcast is a part of our New Pathways campaign. Find out more here. On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom Vander Ark is joined by Dr. Mark Benigni, the award-winning superintendent of Meriden Public Schools and the co-author of the forthcoming book The Great Equalizer: Six Strategies to Make Public Education Work in America.We're also joined by Barbara Haeffner, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Innovation at Meriden Public Schools and co-author. Together, they discuss Mark's legacy in Meriden and the book's strategies for reimagining and building a better public education. Links Book Link Mark Benigni LinkedIn Mark Benigni Twitter Barbara Haeffner LinkedIn New Pathways Campaign Meriden Portrait of a Graduate Tools For Building a Climate
Have you ever found yourself frustrated by a persistent problem? Or have you ever wondered why something you do is so complicated or never quite meets your needs? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Taylor McCarten knows all about taking one of those frustrating moments and turning it into a global business opportunity. Taylor shares with me how his frustration with the clunkiness and challenges of composting, along with his passion for working on climate change, led him to seek out solutions that didn't exist today. As the founder of BinBreese, he shares how his willingness to be open to the surprising opportunities, not the ones you planned out, often leads to the greatest success, why asking for help is his superpower, and balancing what needs to be done today with moving towards his big vision helps his team stay on track and innovate at the same time. He also shares how the idea for BinBreeze didn't come from what existed in the market today; in fact, it came from walking away from current options. Taylor's Everyday Innovator style: Inquisitive Collaborative Connect with Taylor on LinkedIn Check out BinBreeze Check out Howdy Puppy Use code ‘Tamara' at checkout for the discount Discover your Everyday Innovator Style Everyday Innovators Online Facebook Group Innovation is Everybody's Business Book
About Eric Bourget and HalfSerious: As a specialist in designing and delivering custom SaaS solutions, I have helped dozens of CEOs, mostly non-technical, go from Vision to Reality. My career path as an engineer, designer, and entrepreneur has led me to a unique set of beliefs when it comes to helping organizations actually deliver innovation to the market. User experience has the power to lift all other aspects of the business. Business and Technology leaders will have a hard time delivering unless a Design Leader is also present. Innovation projects need to be protected from the distractions of the main business. Demand-generation trumps everything. This is why I created HalfSerious. A Skunkworks Agency focused on helping CEOs and executive teams deliver innovation. HalfSerious helps non-software businesses launch and scale SaaS solutions. Scaling a company has always been a challenge and the current talent market is making things much worse. Most of our clients launch SaaS solutions so that they can scale the business without materialy adding to headcount. We have developed technology, processes and pricing model ideal for taking ideas all the way to traction. Many of our clients today benefit from their SaaS business model without employing a single developer. The benefits: higher valuation for the company, higher margins and a more scalable business.
When it comes to finding the right fit, we all have to go on a journey to reflect and identify what is it we really really want to feel successful professionally, personally and socially. Mel Reyes is a man who wears a lot of hats as Head of IT and Security, Chief Information Officer, CISO, CTO, Board Member and a Startup Advisor currently working at Getaround. A world's leading connected carsharing platform, on a mission toward empowering people to carshare everywhere. Mel shares how he breaks down his mission to have a life and a job that aligns with his personal goals. He brings very inspiring stories from his career and personal life that he shares as a coach with his network to make a positive impact on people's life. I'm sure you are going to walk away from this episode dreaming of possibilities to realize.
Today, Victoria German is joined by a group from ALULA to talk about real-world OBM Consulting and how they got into the field. For more information on ALULA, visit https://alula.clg.com/ - Contact Information: Victoria German - email@example.com Kelly Therrien - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellytherrien/ Vincent Bello - https://www.linkedin.com/in/vincent-bello-b73733129/ Brandon Martinez-Onstott - https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandon-martinez-onstott/ Chanáe Jamison - firstname.lastname@example.org
We had an intriguing chat with Varun Sood, Director of Product - B2B Payments at American Express. His unique skill set is a combination of early learnings from the Pharma industry plus marketing strategy work that he now brings to his role as he leads the design practice for his function at AMEX. He took the risk to jump into a new domain and brought his appetite to learn with his transferable skills to solve challenges with a fresh perspective. How does a leading marquee brand popular with senior executives also appeal to the Millenials and the Gen-Zs? Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the thought leadership and execution of a successful brand.
Today's guest is entrepreneurial executive, Ruth Davis. As the General Manager of SBS Digital Solutions and Business Development for ADP, she's at the forefront of one of the leading providers in human resource (HR) software solutions and outsourced services. She has spent most of her career building, launching and running digital businesses, and is now responsible for ADP's newest flanker brand, Roll by ADP. Ruth started her career as a strategy consultant and then moved into industry where she led web channels and various lines of business at SAAS based companies. Prior to joining ADP, she also spent five years in corporate venture development, launching startups within large corporations including EY TaxChat, a direct-to-consumer assisted tax preparation business that's delivered through a mobile app. From venture-backed startups to Fortune 500 companies, this woman's breadth of experience spans a wide range of industries. Ruth is not only a particularly savvy business woman, but she's also a dedicated leader, team builder, and has mentored teams of 60+ people including product, marketing, operations, creative, and more. She is a highly technical business leader known for leading cross functional teams to develop and deliver transformational results. Thankfully, Ruth is here today to share her insights with us! From digital solutions and innovations for small businesses, to female mentorship, tax preparation and more, she's dishing out all of her best tips, tricks, and advice on this episode of WorkParty. Sponsors: • ADP | Make payroll easy with Roll by ADP, the only chat-based payroll app built for small businesses. New users get 3 months FREE when they visit getroll.com/workparty and download the app. Terms and conditions apply. Resources: • To join the WorkParty click HERE • To connect with Ruth Davis click HERE • To connect with Jaclyn Johnson click HERE • To follow along with Create & Cultivate click HERE • To learn more about Roll by ADP click HERE • To submit your questions call the WorkParty Hotline: 1-(833)-57-PARTY (577-2789) Produced by Dear Media
Hilary Stevens (Restore America's Estuaries) and Franziska Trautmann (Glass Half Full) share their community-based strategies for preventing and responding to eroding shorelines. This discussion was recorded during the “Innovations Addressing Coastal Erosion” session of S/GWI's virtual event, The Innovation Station: Aloha State, on March 10, 2022, and is moderated by Dr. Aubrey Paris, S/GWI Policy Advisor. (The views expressed in this episode are those of the featured innovators and do not necessarily reflect the views of S/GWI, the Department of State, or the U.S. Government.)
On this week's episode of the Pulse Pod, Chris is joined by Cygnal's President and Founder, pollster Brent Buchanan, and Noah Wyhof-Rudnick, Director of Sampling and Innovation. Together, they share key insights concerning Cygnal's June National Survey and discuss how the electoral environment is taking shape as we continue to come closer to election day in November.
Kingdom Supercultures is a foodtech startup that is using microbes like lego building blocks, using a fermentation method to curate real ingredients right in a lab, without the use of animals, plants or acres of land.
It's been a year since the Capital Area Manufacturing Council hired its new Executive Director. We had her on soon after her appointment, now it's time for an update! Joining Chris to discuss the progress of CAMC is their Executive Director, Cindy Kangas!
Electraminds Innovation is an leading startup in the field of IOT based Home Automation solution with premium quality product supply & service Integrarion & Energy saving project solution in Affordable cost And in this episode we sit down with the founder of the Visionary Start-Up Electraminds Innovation Mr.Arvind Garg Do Check Out the Episode and Stay Quirky ! Stay Different !
New Frontiers: Innovations Changing the Industry Moderator: Paul Jiganti, Managing Director, Business Development and Market Structure Strategy, IMC Panelists: Thomas Gallagher, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, MIAX Jeanine Hightower-Sellitto, Chief Executive Officer, Atomyze Steve Quirk, Chief Brokerage Officer, Robinhood
Episode 92: How to Be an Interculturally Creative Communicator with Monique Russel Communication is critical and language is powerful. Language can influence the way we see ourselves, others and the creative potential of us all. Monique Russell, the Communication Coach, shares her wisdom to guide us to craft our words and melodic messages to get our message across to the masses. Come learn how to use language to improve your Intercultural Creativity®! Monique Russell is the communications expert you want on your team. She teaches women leaders and teams how to have positive and productive relationships at home and work using effective communications tools and strategies. Fill your mental universe with more diamond stars to enhance your creativity! Topics Covered on this episode of The Create and Grow Podcast: 01:09 - Introduction to How to Be an Interculturally Creative Communicator 02:27 - Work With Monique to Build Confidence and Rediscover Self 03:16 - Communication: A Huge Role in Creative Thinking and Ideation 05:00 - Enhancing Observational Skills is Enhancing Creativity and Communication 06:43 - The Looks of Authentic Communication 11:21 - Tips on Saying No in a Polite Way 16:08 - Advice on Executive Presence20:26 - Art Plays an Important Role Too 25:50 - Monique's Book about Motherhood 30:59 - Self-Awareness is Key 35:49 - Joining the Toastmasters Groups 41:03 - Connect with Monique 41:56 - Monique's Final Gem Subscribe: Spotify | YouTube Connect with Monique Russel: Website MoniqueRussell.com Connect with Genein Letford: Visit CAFFE Strategies Visit GeneinLetford.com Follow Genein on Facebook #PerspectiveShifting #SeeingYourLifeFromAnOutsidePerspective #CAFFEStrategies #Intercultural #Diversity #InterculturalCreativity #Creativity #InterculturalCreativity #innovation #HowtoBeAnInterculturallyCreativeCommunicator
Brigitta Gyoerfi, Innovation Strategist and CEO of Creablin´ spoke to Rudolf Falat, founder of the Voice of FinTech podcast, about innovation strategies for banking incumbents, e.g., design thinking, metaverse, DeFi or sustainability and more.Here is what they talked about in more detail: Brigitta – what's your background? How did you get to what you do today? I know you are also an expert on Design Thinking – how would you assess the customer-centricity among incumbent banks in Switzerland and, say, a few years back? What are some of the best resources (books, courses, studios) where can someone start with Design Thinking? Check out Sparkacademy or Ideo, for example. DeFi and metaverse are hot topics – are these topics that banks can work on now or are they Horizon 3 kinds of problems? Examples of where you worked with corporate clients on metaverse applications Isn't DeFi going against the incumbents by definition? Does corporate innovation work or is it an innovation theater? What would advise start-ups trying to work with incumbents? What's the best way to talk to the right people, and who are they? Sustainability entered mainstream investing a while ago as well, yes, we still have issues with ESG investing, sustainability reporting and greenwashing. What are some initiatives in Switzerland that address these issues? What can we do as individuals to progress these topics more? Contacts: Creablin´ website or Brigitta Gyoerfi LinkedIn profile
The Lismore-based national newspaper, the Koori Mail, is Australia's only fully indigenous owned and managed paper. When Lismore was flooded in March, the Koori Mail staff went above and beyond. That's now been recognised with a NAIDOC award for Innovation.
Greg Czajkowski (SVP of Engineering @ Snowflake) shares some of the secrets he's learned about great teams! We discuss the power of eliminating hierarchy, “going direct,” reducing energy dissipation in your team, removing friction in your org, and creating “higher innovation per time unit.” Plus dilemmas balancing velocity & quality, what to do when team size is used as proxy for power, and how to know your eng org is operating at peak output!ABOUT GREG CZAJKOWSKIGrzegorz (Greg) Czajkowski, a distributed systems and organizations scaling expert, is Senior Vice President of Engineering and Support at Snowflake. Prior to Snowflake, Greg spent 13 years at Google, where he was VP of Engineering responsible for a broad portfolio of Google Cloud data analytics and machine learning products and for internal services addressing data analytics needs of all of Google's businesses. Before Google, Greg spent six years at Sun Microsystems, working on Java runtime environments and operating systems. Greg has a PhD in Computer Science from Cornell University, an MBA from UC Berkeley, and an undergraduate degree from AGH Krakow, Poland. He holds over 50 patents."What I learned at Snowflake is really practicing "Go Direct." If there's something you don't like, you'd like to fix, you have to go to the person who made the decision.Usually you learn much more about the decision. There's a good conversation. Sometimes you convince the owner of the decision to do something different.I think nothing beats going direct, because any other means of trying to change a certain decision, certain point of view indirectly, is ineffective causes, frictions, and ultimately energy gets dissipated.- Greg Czajkowski This episode is brought to you by PlusPlusPlusPlus is an all-in-one technical onboarding and internal knowledge platform that fast-tracks productivity.Learn more & sign up at plusplus.co/elcCheck out our friends at Shortcut!Shortcut is an issue tracker that offers all the functionality, without most of the complexity making it easier for you to plan, collaborate, build, and measure success.Right now, listeners of our show can get 2-months free on any paid plan.Learn more & sign up at shortcut.com/elcSHOW NOTES:Qualities and characteristics Greg's observed in great teams (2:02)Why Greg joined Snowflake (3:46)“Go direct” and other secrets to great teams (5:27)Balancing "go direct" and the chain of command (7:35)Eliminating hierarchy (9:21)Creating higher innovation per time unit in engineering teams (11:21)How do you know your eng org is operating at peak output? (13:41)Balancing business expectations and removing the dilemma between velocity & quality (15:36)Energy dissipation (18:21)Removing team friction at scale (21:20)How Snowflake's small team units optimize for intimacy, learning & dev happiness (23:50)How small teams scale up & interact across the eng org (25:56)How to address when team size is used as proxy for power & career progression (28:35)Rapid Fire Questions (30:37)
Is a good idea or useful product enough to launch a company? Not according to David Rabie, the Founder and CEO of Tovala. He learned that lesson the hard way. From its humble beginnings to a top-ranked home-cooked meal delivery service, Tovala now ships more than 100,000 meals every month and is finding success on multiple platforms. What has David learned along the way? Find out on this episode!Tune in to learn:What is Tovala? (6:55)How did Tovala crack the code for growth? (13:00)What is it like to be featured on Oprah's favorite things list? (21:00)Where to find new customers (22:55)Mentions:What a CEO Does, by Fred WilsonShoe DogBad BloodThe Hard Thing About Hard ThingsUp Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Learn more at http://www.salesforce.com/commerce Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at http://www.mission.org.
In the communications world, it doesn't get much bigger than Comcast. With three massive arms of the business, including NBC Universal, Comcast Cable, and Sky, Comcast touches millions of customers every day. As Comcast's EVP, CTO, and CIO, Rick Rioboli is responsible for providing excellent customer service, innovating future technologies, and curating the next generation of technical professionals. Learn more about his servant leadership style and the aggressive way Comcast is training current and future technologists that keep Comcast on the cutting edge of all they do.Also, check out the rest of our communications series featuring companies covering a broad spectrum of connectivity, latency, networking, and surveillance with leaders from Zayo, Phenix Real Time Solutions, and Axis Communications.Tune in to learn:How Comcast is shifting from using AI on products to also on the business end (10:27)About Comcast's 10G service (12:59)How the future of customer service is personalized and proactive (19:00)About the flywheel of good company culture (24:33)How to develop world-class tech talent (27:36)What's one of the craziest IT problems Rick has ever solved (39:07)Mentions:"Raising the Stakes at Comcast with CIO Rick Rioboli"(First episode of IT Visionaries)Comcast 10G Comcast Grows to CodeIT Visionaries is brought to you by Salesforce Platform. If you love the thought leadership on this podcast, Salesforce has even more meaty IT thoughts to chew on. Take your company to the next level with in-depth research and trends right in your inbox. Subscribe to a newsletter tailored to your role at Salesforce.com/newsletter.Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at mission.org.
Innovating is about staying relevant. Our world is constantly evolving, it's impossible for a creator to remain relevant if they don't innovate. When a creator continuously innovates, they are more likely to stay relevant. Imagine if Jimmy Diresta only made things on the band saw. Would he be as relevant as he is now? My guest Barany Dixion is an innovator in his field of puppetry. Barnaby is at the forefront of design, movement, video and stage production. He is a true artist. In this show we talk about where it all began Staying the course even when friends and family didn't support you Barnaby unveils his process of making and idea realty We then get down into how he has innovated over the years in, design, production and probably the most important aspect his mindset. Barnaby Dixon Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/barnabydixon Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/barnabydixon/ Justin White (Garage Avenger) Website: https://www.garageavenger.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/garageavenger/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVOyyAChQzN3HZSakwFn-3Q?view_as=subscriber Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=32422944&fan_landing=true --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justin-white48/message
Garrett Rafols is the Senior Director for the Center of Excellence at Gympass. Enablement is an ongoing process, from onboarding new salespeople to everboarding existing members to keep them relevant and up-to-date. Andy and Garrett discuss the urgency with which companies deploy new sales teams and the need to balance this with treating salespeople as long-term investments too. When companies have this self-awareness, they have an openness to innovation that reinforces a growth rather than a fixed mindset. HIGHLIGHTS Sales training today and Garrett's shift to enablement Everboarding for first-year salespeople Teach a growth mindset: Innovation necessitates some failure Coaching to ensure productivity while also preventing burnout QUOTES Garrett: "We want them to have more of a growth mindset than a fixed mindset. And when we go through discovery, we want to approach every conversation with genuine curiosity. That's what the most innovative companies do. They're curious. They try things out. They approach things not just with curiosity but also humility knowing that they won't have the answers." Garrett: "At the base level, just being self-aware as a company is the very first step to understanding whether or not it becomes more of an investment in sales enablement, maybe in-sales training, maybe in-sales leadership so that managers have more of a handle on how to be there for their people in ways that go beyond just being a boss but being a leader." Find out more about Garrett in the link below: ● LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/garrettrafols/ More on Andy: Connect on LinkedIn Get Andy's new book "Sell Without Selling Out" on Amazon Learn more at AndyPaul.com Sponsored by: Revenue.io | Unlock exponential growth with an AI-powered RevOps platform | Revenue.io Scratchpad | The fastest way to update Salesforce, take sales notes, and stay on top of to-dos | Scratchpad.com Blueboard | World's leading experiential rewards & recognition platform | Blueboard.com Explore the Revenue.io Podcast Universe: Sales Enablement Podcast RevOps Podcast Selling with Purpose Podcast
How do you gain competitive advantage against your competitors in the construction industry? The answer is simple: talent and technology. In this episode, Eric Anderton sits down with Ronan Collins, Director Digital Delivery of BIM for Design and Construction at The Red Sea Development Company. In their chat, Ronan emphasizes how talent development and technology adoption can be and are interconnected. Organizations can create a win-win scenario by developing their people for management positions while they introduce new concepts and technologies that improve their operations. How? Listen in to their chat to learn more. Watch out for two key insights that will help propel your business to the next level.
Steve Jobs once said that the biggest innovations in the 21st century would be at the intersection of biology and technology. Nature offers tantalizing examples of the magical properties of biology—self-assembly, self-repair, self-replication and more. Jason Kelly, co-founder and CEO of Ginkgo Bioworks, shares his dream of harnessing nature by reading and writing DNA to program cells like we program computers.Ginkgo is a synthetic biology company that programs cells for customers in the pharmaceutical, food, agriculture and energy industries.
It's been a year since the Capital Area Manufacturing Council hired its new Executive Director. We had her on soon after her appointment, now it's time for an update! Joining Chris to discuss the progress of CAMC is their Executive Director, Cindy Kangas!
Bonnie Shah is the VP of Marketing & Innovation at L.A. Libations, a next-generation beverage incubator. L.A. Libations connects with entrepreneurs from across the globe in search of brands that stand out in emerging beverage categories such as plant-based, functional, healthy digestion and natural energy.Laurel Mintz, founder and CEO of award-winning marketing agency Elevate My Brand, explores some of the most exciting new and growing brands in Los Angeles and the US at large. Each week, the Elevate Your Brand podcast features an entrepreneurial special guest to discuss the past, present and future of their brand.
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks about the impact of selfie culture on leadership. Mahan shares thoughts on selfie leadership, servant leadership, and partnering leaders' fundamental mindset and behaviors. From storytelling to the pictures on social media, how we think about leadership impacts attitudes and behaviors. Some highlights:-What contributes to selfie leadership-Servant leadership's role in countering selfie leadership-The impact of selfie leaders on their team and organization-The need for a more balanced view and practices of leadership-How to be a partner leader rather than a selfie leader Mentioned:- Ken Blanchard (Listen to Ken Blanchard's episode on Partnering Leadership here)- Joseph Campbell, author of "The Hero's Journey”- David Fagiano (Listen to David Fagiano's episode on Partnering Leadership here)Connect with Mahan Tavakoli:https://mahantavakoli.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/mahan/ More information and resources are available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: https://www.partneringleadership.com/
Fifteen years ago, a sleek pocket-sized device was introduced that would change much about how we interact in the world: the iPhone. This is the intimate history of the two men who created it. Steve Jobs famously co-founded Apple. In the late 90's, when the company was failing, he hired a young engineer and designer named Tony Fadell, who created a little device that became known as the iPod. It not only turned Apple's fortunes around, it transformed the music industry and the experience of listening. Fadell's next assignment was the iPhone, which changed the nature of communication itself. After leaving Apple, Fadell went on to found Nest Labs, a company that has begun to alter the technology of the home. You'll hear Tony Fadell's fascinating personal story, told with all the passion and enthusiasm he brings to his game-changing inventions. And you'll hear Steve Jobs, speaking as a young man (in 1982) about what it takes to innovate. This episode originally posted in 2016.
“Your perspective is going to dictate how you react to a situation.” - Kevin E. EastmanToday's featured author is father, husband, speaker, mentor, business consultant, community activist, and U.S. Air Force veteran, Kevin E. Eastman. Kevin and I talk about his book, “Don't Gamble on Life Improvement…Until You Shift the Odds”, lessons learned from publishing his first book, and more!!! Key Things You'll Learn:How he joined the Air ForceWhat led to him become a published author.His greatest failure that helped him to create his greatest success.Why self-help can be a hard genre of choice for writers. Kevin's Site: https://kevineeastman.com/Kevin's Book: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B078RRYV9G?_encoding=UTF8&node=283155&offset=0&pageSize=12&searchAlias=stripbooks&sort=author-sidecar-rank&page=1&langFilter=default#formatSelectorHeader The opening track is titled, “North Wind and the Sun” by Trevin P. to listen to the full track and download it, click the following link. https://compilationsforhumanity.bandcamp.com/track/north-wind-and-the-sun You May Also Like… Ep. 465 – “Secondary Break” with Marvin Williams Sr.: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-465-secondary-break-with-marvin-williams-sr/ Ep. 307 – “Failure Is Not The Problem, It's The Beginning Of Your Success” with Col. George Milton: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-307-failure-is-not-the-problem-its-the-beginning-of-your-success-with-col-george-milton/ Ep. 373.5 – “Business Secrets for Walking on Water” with Frank Zaccari (@FZaccari): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3735-business-secrets-for-walking-on-water-with-frank-zaccari-fzaccari/ 283 – “The Winning Edge” with Shawn Harper (@shawnharper075): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/283-the-winning-edge-with-shawn-harper-shawnharper075/ Ep. 326 – “Mentoring At It's Best” with Christopher Green: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-326-mentoring-at-its-best-with-christopher-green/ Ep. 353 – “Free Agent” with Rennie Curran (@RennieCurran53): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-353-free-agent-with-rennie-curran-renniecurran53/ Ep. 356 – “The Relentless Pursuit of Greatness” with Thomas R. Williams (@MrTRWilliams): https://www.podpage.com/going-north-podcast/ep-356-the-relentless-pursuit-of-greatness-with-thomas-r-williams-mrtrwilliams/ #InspirationNuke – “The Impact of Influence” with Chip Baker, Charles Woods, Chris Holmes, Darius Bradley Sr., & Jeermal Sylvester: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/inspirationnuke-the-impact-of-influence-with-chip-baker-charles-woods-chris-holmes-darius-bradley-sr-jeermal-sylvester/ #GNPYear1 Bonus Episode 2 - "Building An Economic Legacy" with Antonio T. Smith Jr. (@TheATSJr): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/gnpyear1-bonus-episode-2-building-an-economic-legacy-with-antonio-t-smith-jr-theatsjr/ #HolidayBonus Ep. – “Little Man's Big Day” with Lonnie Lesane (@LesaneLonnie): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/holidaybonus-ep-little-mans-big-day-with-lonnie-lesane-lesanelonnie/ 152 - "Chocolate Brothers for Christ" with Chaz Jackson: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/152-chocolate-brothers-for-christ-with-chaz-jackson/ Ep. 296.5 (Charm City Bonus Episode) – “The Art of Human Care” with Dr. Hassan Tetteh (@doctortetteh): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-2965-charm-city-bonus-the-art-of-human-care-with-dr-hassan-tetteh-doctortetteh/ Ep. 314 – “Get Out the Door” with David Hollingsworth, MBA (@holliworks): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-314-get-out-the-door-with-david-hollingsworth-mba-holliworks/ 84 - "Innovation and Leadership" with Dr. Jeff Standridge: https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/84-innovation-and-leadership-with-dr-jeff-standridge/ 45 - "From the Incubator to the Kingdom" with Dr. Duane Mangum (@i_blend1): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/45-from-the-incubator-to-the-kingdom-with-dr-duane-mangum-i_blend1/
#bitcoin (04-07-2022) Today we take a look at how the landscape is changing rapidly around Bitcoin and innovation… and we hear from a prominent UK MP on why The UK must NOT let all this innovation go overseas. Some awesome tweets too. MY VIEWS ARE MY OWN AND I MAKE NO PREDICTIONS SO DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH BEFORE INVESTING ANYTHING... & ONLY INVEST WHAT YOU CAN AFFORD TO LOSE! Subscribe to my 'UK Bitcoiner' Backup Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3p4A_VqohTmbm44z4lgokg Thursdays Show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtOwQU35p9Q Video Archive: UK Bitcoin Master Video Archive: http://www.UKBitcoinMaster.com Bitcoin Interviews: http://www.BitcoinInterviews.com UK Bitcoin Master Podcast: UKBitcoinMasterPodcasts.com The Bitcoin Book: A Beginner's Guide to the Future of Finance: https://amzn.to/3glAyBN BitcoinToTheMoon Asset Portfolio Sale: https://www.bitcointothemoon.com/news... Follow Bitcoin Racing: https://twitter.com/bitcoin_racing Become a supporter: https://www.bitcoinracing.co/supporters Merchandise: Buy Trezor: trezor.io UK: https://www.alza.co.uk/search.htm?exps=Trezor Bitcoin Exchanges: CoinCorner UK: https://www.coincorner.com?AffiliateId=431027 Coinbase: https://www.coinbase.com/join/wallac_qf1 Support The Show: If you enjoy my content, please drop me a few sats: UKBitcoinMaster@coincorner.io https://tippin.me/@UKBitcoinMaster email@example.com Or buy me a coffee in crappy fiat: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ukbm Book a Bitcoin 1-1 with me :: 30mins (50,000 Sats): Booking Calendar - https://ukbitcoinmaster30.youcanbook.me 60mins (100,000 Sats): Booking Calendar - https://ukbitcoinmaster60.youcanbook.me The UK Bitcoin Master DOES NOT talk Trading, TA, Mining, or Alt Coins!
Today we're talking to Rob Smallwood, VP of Digital Modernization at GDIT; and we discuss how 5G technology is enabling incredible innovation at the edge in government, military, medical, and other applications, how to make remote collaboration feel closer to the real thing, and why being curious is one of the best traits you can have for your career. All of this right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast! Check out more of Rob and GDIT at https://www.gdit.com/
Welcome to the Doctor Me First Summer Showcase where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to episodes provided to us by other doctor podcasters. This episode is titled Catalyzing Change and Innovation in Healthcare with Professional Coaching! Francine Gaillour MD, MBA, FACPE, PCC, PMP. Dr. Gaillour speaks about her transition from working as an Internal Medicine specialist to becoming a Professional Certified Coach and FOUNDER of the Physician Coaching Institute. Listen as she describes the three dimensions of physician fulfillment and discusses her advice to physicians seeking coaching services. Links and Resources Francine Gaillour MD, MBA, FACPE, PCC, PMP Executive Coach for Physicians, Healthcare Transformation Strategist Founder of the Physician Coaching Institute www.physiciancoachinginstitute.com www.ladydox.com 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book,Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Sit with me in my Slack Channel.
Let me ask you: which is more important, curiosity or creativity? Well, the truth is, that's a trick question. As I've spent years studying the world of creativity, I've learned over and over again that curiosity is really a precursor to the creative act. The two go hand in hand. Throughout today's show, I'm going to explain why this is. I'll share why I'm learning to appreciate curiosity more than ever before and how it's connected to creativity so intricately. Then, I'll give you some ideas on what you can do about this. In this episode you'll hear: Curiosity can be trained just like creativity. The three elements that lead to innovation. How a curious mindset leads to a creative act. Innovation is applied creativity. Techniques to help you start thinking more curiously. How to apply this. Resources from this episode: "The Driving Mindsets of Innovation: Curiosity, Creativity and Clarity" from The Journal of Business Strategy Global Curiosity Institute Downloadable scorecard to rate your idea *** EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com.
How you decide to handle a business separates you from the pack. Iris Smit is the founder of one of the biggest things to shake up the makeup industry in innovation –The Quick Flick. The business is best known for its winged eyeliner tool, and it works by simply stamping the makeup on. Game-changer. Mark and Iris chat about our obsession with finding and solving problems, building awareness around your business and yourself and dealing with staff retention. This episode discusses topics around domestic violence. If this information is distressing for you or you need support regarding sexual assault, domestic or family violence, you can call 1800 RESPECT. **** TAKE OUR 2022 SURVEY **** APPLY FOR S2 SURVIVE + THRIVE **** Join the Facebook Group. Follow Mark Bouris on Instagram, LinkedIn& YouTube. Want to grow your business and stay ahead of the pack? Access Mark Bouris' Masterclasses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we're joined by Micah Brakefield! Micah holds dual BJJ black belts under Don Whitefield and Nabil Salameh, and is the head coach at 10th Planet Etobicoke. Micah joins us to discuss the importance of unorthodoxy and creativity in Jiu-Jitsu.Micah's Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/micahbrakefield/Micah's Twitter:https://mobile.twitter.com/micahbrakefield/Train with Micah at 10th Planet Etobicoke:https://10thplanetetobicoke.com/Mental models discussed in this episode:Do What Workshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/do-what-works/Idea Communismhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/idea-communism/Beginner's Mindhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/beginners-mind/Investing in Losshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/investing-in-loss/Growth From Discomforthttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/growth-from-discomfort/Short-term/Long-term Paradoxhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/short-term-long-term-paradox/Pattern Interruptshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/pattern-interrupts/Mindfulnesshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/mindfulness/Win Conditionshttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/win-conditions/Keep It Playfulhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/keep-it-playful/Table Selectionhttps://bjjmentalmodels.com/table-selection/Don't forget to check out BJJ Mental Models Premium!If you love the podcast, you'll definitely love our premium membership offerings. The podcast is truly just the tip of the iceberg – the next steps on your journey are joining our community, downloading our strategy courseware, and working with us to optimize your game. We do all this through memberships that come in at a fraction of the cost of a single private.Sign up here for a free trial:https://premium.bjjmentalmodels.com/Need more BJJ Mental Models?Get tips, tricks, and breakthrough insights from our newsletter:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/newsletter/Get nitty-gritty details on our mental models from the full database:https://bjjmentalmodels.com/database/Follow us on social:https://facebook.com/bjjmentalmodels/https://instagram.com/bjjmentalmodels/Music by Enterprize:https://enterprize.bandcamp.com/
On this week's episode of Next Level Minds I had the chance to sit down with serial entrepreneur, Louis Foreman. We discussed his learning lessons from creating over 10 successful start-ups, how to grow your own business, what to look for in a co-founder, and much more. https://www.linkedin.com/in/louisforeman/
Occupiers of potentially quake prone buildings are being told that scoring a low safety rating shouldn't necessarily mean they have to evacuate the building. Officials have fast-tracked the release of new guidance for building users due to concerns from occupants, particularly in Wellington. Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment building performance and engineering team manager Dave Gittings said occupiers should also be looking at the relative risk of being in a building. Gittings spoke to Corin Dann.