46 Min.

Dr. Juliane Kronen (Founder of Innatura and Former Partner at Boston Consulting Group‪)‬ Fulbright PULSE

    • Gesellschaft und Kultur

In this episode, Dr. Juliane Kronen is our guest. 
Juliane undertook her Fulbright in 1984 and ‘85 at the University of Missouri, before obtaining a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Cologne.
Juliane is a member of the jury of the right livelihood award, sometimes called the alternative noble prize. We talk about its mission, some of the inspiring laureates (incl. Krishnammal Jagannathan), and the impact of the award.
We also talk about her transition from being a partner, directing manager, and executive at Boston Consulting Group to becoming a social entrepreneur and founder of the Non-Profit Organization Innatura.
We find out more about Innatura, and that time they sent diapers to Prince Charles.
Interviewed by Mohamed Kari (mkari.de).

In this episode, Dr. Juliane Kronen is our guest. 
Juliane undertook her Fulbright in 1984 and ‘85 at the University of Missouri, before obtaining a PhD in Business Administration from the University of Cologne.
Juliane is a member of the jury of the right livelihood award, sometimes called the alternative noble prize. We talk about its mission, some of the inspiring laureates (incl. Krishnammal Jagannathan), and the impact of the award.
We also talk about her transition from being a partner, directing manager, and executive at Boston Consulting Group to becoming a social entrepreneur and founder of the Non-Profit Organization Innatura.
We find out more about Innatura, and that time they sent diapers to Prince Charles.
Interviewed by Mohamed Kari (mkari.de).

46 Min.

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