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This innovation & transformation podcast looks at innovators and companies that are changing the game and how they took their initial idea and created a game-changing product or service, while giving you unique perspectives and insights you haven’t heard elsewhere.

David and his guests discuss real-world practical advice on how to best harness the creativity of your employees and go from idea to product that has the potential to radically transform your business, all while separating hype from reality and replacing bullshit bingo with common sense.

Innovational Correctness David C. Luna, GAMMA Digital & Beyond

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This innovation & transformation podcast looks at innovators and companies that are changing the game and how they took their initial idea and created a game-changing product or service, while giving you unique perspectives and insights you haven’t heard elsewhere.

David and his guests discuss real-world practical advice on how to best harness the creativity of your employees and go from idea to product that has the potential to radically transform your business, all while separating hype from reality and replacing bullshit bingo with common sense.

    #013 - How Vacuum Panels Are Already the Best Insulator for the Next Century /w Dr. Joachim Kuhn

    #013 - How Vacuum Panels Are Already the Best Insulator for the Next Century /w Dr. Joachim Kuhn

    In today‘s episode I talk to Dr. Joachim Kuhn who is the CEO and founder of va-Q-tec - a very innovative company that produces highly efficient and space saving vacuum panels that insulate 10 times better than traditional insulators and will remain the best insulation material for the century.

    va-Q-tec has won the TOP 100 innovator award, has been the National Champion at the "European Business Awards" multiple times, made it into the TOP 10 of the GreenTec awards, along with so many other awards and recognitions that it would seriously take a half an hour to name them all.

    • 49分
    #012 - Scamming the Scammers — How Scammers Innovate /w Jim Browning

    #012 - Scamming the Scammers — How Scammers Innovate /w Jim Browning

    This episode takes a deeper look at the much hated scamming industry, by exploring what types of scams there are, how the business model behind these scamming organizations work and how scamming has evolved over the years.

    My guest is Jim Browning, an IT professional who, in his spare time, investigates and fights scammers. He has been featured in the famous BBC documentary series “Panorama”, where he managed to infiltrate a large-scale technical support scamming operation, leading to world-wide press coverage along with arrests of the scammers involved.

    • 1 時間4分
    #011 - Why a CEO Stepped Down so an Intern Could Take Over /w Hermann Arnold

    #011 - Why a CEO Stepped Down so an Intern Could Take Over /w Hermann Arnold

    In 2013 Herrmann Arnold (at that time CEO and shareholder of Haufe-umantis AG) voluntarily stepped down as a CEO and appointed a former intern for the CEO position, because he was convinced that he wasn‘t the right person to continue the next growth stage of his company. Many would view this as a colossal failure. Why the exact opposite is true, is something we discuss at length in this episode.

    In this episode we will answer some of the following questions:

    - Why my guest voluntarily stepped down as a CEO in order to give a former intern his position
    - How his successor and customers reacted to this decision
    - How a manager recognizes the point where he or she is not the right person anymore to continue to lead the company
    - What it felt like coming back to the company and working under the new CEO
    - How he handled the conflict of his successor implementing his ideas with success
    - Why more companies should think about limiting the terms of their CEOs
    - What he learned from letting his employees vote for managers and why he believes this might not be the solution for the future

    • 1 時間30分
    #010 - How Gallium Nitride (GaN) is Changing the World /w Award-winning Prof. Martin Kuball

    #010 - How Gallium Nitride (GaN) is Changing the World /w Award-winning Prof. Martin Kuball

    This episode explores a special material called gallium nitride (GaN) that is not only a super efficient semiconductor, but is also changing the tech industry and is destined to disrupt the established silicon industry. GaN tech could save 10% of the electricity consumption in the US alone. And consumers can already purchase products using this high-tech material. To further explore this fascinating material, I interview the multi-award-winning professor Martin Kuball.

    This episode will explains:

    - What gallium nitride (GaN) is
    - The properties that make this material extraordinary
    - What advantages GaN has compared to silicon
    - How GaN is disrupting the silicon industry
    - What challenges there are when developing GaN devices
    - The common misconceptions people have about GaN and what aspects are over-hyped
    - What it really takes to go from research to a groundbreaking innovation and how much effort goes into producing next generation technologies
    - How our future could look like once GaN and next generations batteries are widely deployed
    - What types of skills researches need in order to go from research to product
    - And finally, the biggest surprises and breakthroughs my guest has had during his career as a scientist

    • 53分
    #009 - Biomimicry: Inspired by the Best Innovator on the Planet - Nature w/ Jamie Dwyer

    #009 - Biomimicry: Inspired by the Best Innovator on the Planet - Nature w/ Jamie Dwyer

    In this episode we talk about the best innovator on the planet - nature and how we can learn and apply its ingenious solutions to solve some of the most challenging problems we humans face. We also explore some fascinating examples from the animal and insect kingdom and see how successful companies have applied these nature-inspired designs into their products.

    In this episode we talk about:

    - What biomimicry and biomimetics is
    - The best innovator on the planet - nature and what makes us humans more like apprentices than masters
    - Some fascinating biomimicry examples and applications
    - How companies can apply principles from nature to solve some of their most challenging problems
    - Concrete biomimicry projects and what types of results one can expect
    - A few misconceptions and over-hyped areas of biomimicry
    - Her top three recommendation for companies wanting to better leverage biomimicry in their products
    ...and much much more.

    • 1 時間5分
    #008 - The Groundbreaking Approach to Language Acquisition /w Award-winning Prof. Stephen Krashen

    #008 - The Groundbreaking Approach to Language Acquisition /w Award-winning Prof. Stephen Krashen

    If you‘ve ever tried or are learning a language and haven‘t heard of Prof. Krashen and his theory on second language acquisition, then you‘re in for a real treat and this episode will certainly blow your mind with things you probably haven’t heard yet - and you’ll likely get addicted to language learning.

    To answer some of the following questions, I talk to award-winning Prof. Stephen Krashen, one of the most prolific and most frequently cited scholar in the field of language education:

    - Why current language learning programs are still largely ineffective and haven‘t fundamentally improved over the last decades and what we should be doing instead
    - How Krashen’s theory about language acquisition, despite it being over 40 years old, remains groundbreaking
    - We also debunk some of the most common and prevalent misconceptions about second language acquisition. Two of these being: Languages are acquired by speaking or that children acquire languages much more easily than adults.

    ...and much much more.

    • 1 時間27分

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