33 episodes

The Etch Podcast gives you an inside look at the strategy, design leadership and innovation from experts across different industries who are actually doing it.

Etch is a unique network of agencies, consultancies and experts that aims to provide more value to businesses than traditional agency models, by taking a people centred approach to all that we deliver. Our team is made up of hand-picked experts with unique backgrounds and experiences, located in London, Southampton UK and Cape Town, South Africa.

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The Etch Podcast gives you an inside look at the strategy, design leadership and innovation from experts across different industries who are actually doing it.

Etch is a unique network of agencies, consultancies and experts that aims to provide more value to businesses than traditional agency models, by taking a people centred approach to all that we deliver. Our team is made up of hand-picked experts with unique backgrounds and experiences, located in London, Southampton UK and Cape Town, South Africa.

    #33 Suzanne Charlotte Vos: Make Innovation Business As Usual

    #33 Suzanne Charlotte Vos: Make Innovation Business As Usual

    Today on the Etch Podcast, we are delighted to welcome Suzanne Charlotte Vos, Innovation Strategist and Activator, Consultant & Speaker, currently working as an Innovation Coach & Consultant at ING Labs APAC where here goal is to make innovation business as usual.

    • 44 min
    #32 Elvin Turner: Be Less Zombie

    #32 Elvin Turner: Be Less Zombie

    Elvin Turner is an award-winning innovation expert and associate professor of innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing for MBA and executive education programmes.

    His book, "Be Less Zombie: How great organisations create dynamic innovation, fearless leadership and passionate people" came out earlier this year, and it distills 10 years of field research amongst some of the world’s leading innovators into a pragmatic, actionable toolkit.

    We talk about the innovation particle, leading by experiment and what needs to be true for innovative products to fly through an organisation.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    #31 Greg Larkin: This Might Get Me Fired

    #31 Greg Larkin: This Might Get Me Fired

    We return with a second Season and an episode that embodies disruption, innovation and influence. Greg Larkin is the international bestselling author of This Might Get Me Fired. A Manual for Thriving in the Corporate Entrepreneurial Underground. We discuss what it takes for enterprise businesses to actually innovate, why working Agile won't save you and how you need to be running a portfolio of experiments to actually generate the return on innovation.

    • 37 min
    #30 Lex Roman: Growth Design

    #30 Lex Roman: Growth Design

    This time, we talk about the growing area of Growth Design with Lex Roman. Lex is a digital Product Designer who believes in measuring the impact of design.

    • 25 min
    #29 Douglas Ferguson: Beyond The Prototype

    #29 Douglas Ferguson: Beyond The Prototype

    Today's guest is Douglas Ferguson. Douglas is an entrepreneur and human-centered technologist with over 20 years of experience. He is the founder and president of Voltage Control, an Austin-based facilitation agency that specializes in helping teams work better together through participatory decision making and design inspired facilitation techniques. He has helped transform teams from U.S. SOCOM, the Air Force, Adobe, Dropbox, Fidelity, Vrbo, Liberty Mutual, Humana, and SAIC.

    • 41 min
    #28 Lee Duncan: Remote Enterprise

    #28 Lee Duncan: Remote Enterprise

    In our latest podcast, we consider how to transition a massive enterprise to remote by sharing a story of a large organisation that has actually done it.

    • 43 min

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