Can we explain the workings of the business world with more than marketing blah blah blah? Campus 10178 is Germany’s #1 podcast on the business research behind business practice. Brought to you each month by business school ESMT Berlin, the 45-minute show brings together top scholars, executives, and policymakers to discuss today’s hottest topics in leadership, innovation, and analytics.
Campus 10178 – Where education meets business.
Introducing Vali Berlin, the entrepreneurship hub at ESMT
We hear a lot about “disruption” these days, especially as technology like AI and machine learning transforms traditional sectors like manufacturing. Can disruption be learned? In Berlin – where the fast-developing startup scene raises comparisons to Silicon Valley – ESMT has launched an entrepreneurship hub. Will it transform a young crop of entrepreneurs into the Germany’s next unicorns?
Baris Efe is the manager and co-founder of Vali Berlin, the entrepreneurship hub at ESMT. He is a graduate of the 2020 ESMT Berlin Master’s in Management program and it’s where he and other students started Vali. Baris and Vali Berlin are both now part of the ESMT family, specifically of the Institute for Endowment Management and Entrepreneurial Finance.
In episode #13 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, Baris talks about how Vali Berlin was created, the development of its summer entrepreneurship program, and where it fits in Berlin’s startup ecosystem.
Links to Baris Efe and Vali Berlin
Connect on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vali-berlin/ Visit: https://faculty-research.esmt.berlin/ifee/vali-berlin
Dignity and humiliation in executive coaching
In an online meeting earlier this year, a high-level executive at KPMG UK said employees should “stop moaning” about the pandemic and dismissed staff fears about proposed salary and pension cuts as “playing the victim.” Although he later apologized to his team for his choice of words, the leaked video of his comments prompted a public outcry and lead to his resignation from the company.
How do executive coaches deal with cases of clients feeling humiliated or humiliating others?
Konstantin Korotov joined ESMT Berlin in 2005, gained tenure in 2011, and serves as both a professor of organizational behavior and as the faculty lead in the ESMT Executive MBA program. In addition to his academic work and his award-winning publications, he has over 25 years of management and leadership development experience, consulting world-class corporations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and the Americas.
In episode #12 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, Konstantin discusses the ESMT Berlin Coaching Colloquia, a training series for executive coaches, and the theme of its twelfth colloquium: dignity and humiliation in executive coaching practice.
Links to Konstantin Korotov and the ESMT Berlin Coaching Colloquium:
Via email: email@example.com On the web: Konstantin Korotov - Bio | ESMT Berlin and the ESMT Coaching Colloquium 2021 (PDF) About Campus 10178
Campus 10178 is Germany’s #1 podcast on the business research behind business practice. Brought to you each month by ESMT Berlin, the 45-minute show brings together top scholars, executives, and policymakers to discuss today’s hottest topics in leadership, innovation, and analytics. Campus 10178 – Where education meets business.
Corporate CEOs join the fight for disability inclusion
Over 1.3 million people worldwide live with a disability. Yet for too long, their rights and opportunities in the workforce were left from the diversity inclusion agenda.
Caroline Casey is the founder of The Valuable 500, a global movement putting disability on the business leadership agenda of the world’s national and multinational private-sector corporations. To date, the CEOs of over 440 companies have committed to The Valuable 500 initiative, including Google, Fujitsu, Microsoft, and Unilever.
In episode #11 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, Caroline shares her journey from “the disability closet” to C-suite corporate offices. Caroline speaks on the leverage of CEO commitment to disability inclusion, the dramatic situation shift under COVID, and the challenges and opportunities ahead – with a special message for today’s business school students.
Links to Caroline Casey, The Valuable 500, and noted initiatives
On Twitter: https://twitter.com/carolinebinc On Instagram: https://instagram.com/carolinecaseyhere Website: https://www.thevaluable500.com TEDWomen 2010: https://www.ted.com/talks/caroline_casey_looking_past_limits Nippon Foundation and The Valuable 500: https://www.nippon-foundation.or.jp/en/news/articles/2021/20210201-53268.html World Economic Forum and The Valuable 500: https://www.weforum.org/our-impact/closing-the-disability-inclusion-gap-through-the-power-of-business-leadership Documentary “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution:” https://www.netflix.com/title/81001496 About Campus 10178 Campus 10178 is Germany’s #1 podcast on the business research behind business practice. Brought to you each month by ESMT Berlin, the 45-minute show brings together top scholars, executives, and policymakers to discuss today’s hottest topics in leadership, innovation, and analytics. Campus 10178 – Where education meets business.
Gender, race, and the German tech divide
In episode #10 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, host Tammi L. Coles speaks with Dr. Nakeema Stefflbauer, the founder of FrauenLoop and Tech In Color (EU), two initiatives focused on diversity in the German IT ecosystem. Dr. Stefflbauer shares why she made the leap to the tech space and why she’s created organizations and networks to help other women-identified persons and people of color do the same, despite a context troubled by sexism, racism, and xenophobia.
Digital economic development and trust in Africa today
In episode #9 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, host Tammi L. Coles speaks with Ines Amri, a research project lead at the Einstein Center Digital Future (ECDF) and a doctoral candidate in the department of Trust in Digital Services (TDS). Amri speaks about her research into the economic opportunities of digital platforms and services in emerging economies in Africa, including for her homeland Tunisia, and the collaboration of the German government in African digitalization initiatives.
Borders and divisions under COVID-19 – Coronavirus crisis effects on migrants and marginalized communities
The COVID-19 pandemic is dramatically transforming economies globally. In episode #8 of Campus 10178, Dr. Alberto Ares, the director of the Institute for Migration Studies at Comillas Pontifical University in Madrid, joins us to discuss the differing impact of the coronavirus crisis on underrepresented groups in the EU. Will this crisis help reshape EU economic systems to better serve migrants, refugees, and other marginalized groups or merely exacerbate their struggles?