Podcast by The Unbossing Podcast
#011 - Corporate unbossing par excellence at Novartis, Steven Baert
Novartis is the global landmark case in Unbossing, not only due to its giant size, but also because of the deep commitment of its leadership team. Steven Baert, Chief People Officer Novartis Group, shares with us inspiring insights into this fascinating journey!”
#010 - The Amazon Experience, Peter Vermeulen
Peter Vermeulen is a successful Executive Coach and coauthor of “be(come) an awesome manager”. He takes us on an inspiring journey through his years as HR Executive at Amazon, showing us the magic of “Disagree and Commit”, how Amazon drives innovation and - of course - the famous team size rule of 2 family pizzas! Find Peter on LinkedIn.
#009 - Brilliantly escaping the commodity trap, Thijs Claes
Thijs Claes and his team at DADDY KATE are active in the highly competitive and commoditised printing sector. Hear Thijs explaining how their customer centric strategy is delivering huge success in the marketplace and why an Unbossed organisation is the only way to make this strategy work. Learn more about Thijs and his team here on their website: https://www.daddykate.be/
#008 - The high potential millennial’s point of view, Laura Haleydt
Every CEO wanting to attract and keep top talent should listen to Laura Haleydt’s story! She left a promising corporate career to build a successful social media consulting business in record time. Which factors are giving her the energy and joy to achieve these stunning results? Please count how often she’s mentioning the word “freedom”! Learn more about Laura and her business here on Instagram and LinkedIn.
#007 - Humanocracy Part 2, Michele Zanini
Michele Zanini is a cofounder of the Management Lab, where he helps large organizations become more adaptable, innovative and engaging places to work. Zanini is an alumnus of McKinsey & Company and the RAND Corporation, and holds degrees from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and the Pardee RAND Graduate School. In this episode, we talk about whether most CEOs "get it", the biggest pitfalls and where and how to start the journey.
#006 - Humanocracy Part 1, Gary Hamel
Gary Hamel is on the faculty of the London Business School and is a cofounder of the Management Lab, an organization that builds technology and tools to support breakthrough management innovation. Hailed by the Wall Street Journal as the world's most influential business thinker, Professor Hamel’s shares his thoughts on innovation, scaling creativity and so much more.
Fascinating insights, wonderful guests! Big thank you to all!
Looking forward to many other great episodes