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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.

Campus 10178 ESMT Berlin

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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.

    Borders and divisions under COVID-19 – Coronavirus crisis effects on migrants and marginalized communities

    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?

    • 39 min
    Here comes the sun – how decentralized energy benefits business and the planet

    Here comes the sun – how decentralized energy benefits business and the planet

    Klara Lindner is a researcher and consultant on renewable energy solutions and the co-founder of Mobisol. Christoph Burger is a senior lecturer at ESMT Berlin, with a research focus on blockchain/innovation in the energy market’s transformation ("Energiewende"). In episode #7 of Campus 10178, the two discuss entrepreneurship in the energy sector, the threat and opportunity of decentralized energy approaches, and efforts to broaden access to affordable and renewable energy.

    • 49 min
    Will robots take my job?

    Will robots take my job?

    Martin Unger is the managing director of WATTx, a company bringing deep tech solutions to traditional industry. Mandy Hübener is a program director at ESMT, with a primary focus on organizational culture and change. In episode #6 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, the two discuss the modern workforce in the age of AI. Is machine learning and other digital innovation supporting new work models that truly encourage autonomy, cooperation, and collaboration?

    • 53 min
    Wicked cyber game

    Wicked cyber game

    Chris C. Demchak is the senior cyber scholar of the Cyber and Innovation Policy Institute (CIPI) of the US Naval War College. Henning Lahmann is an expert in international law and a senior researcher at the Digital Society Institute at ESMT. In episode #5 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, the two speak on cyber security and transnational security strategies, and how so-called wicked actors are reshaping the internet landscape for authoritarian ends.

    • 47 min
    From stage to spotlight: acting techniques for leadership development

    From stage to spotlight: acting techniques for leadership development

    Didi Hopkins is an actor, director, voice-over artist, and lecturer. She trains business school students and corporate professionals on how to use acting techniques for body and voice to achieve in business communication and leadership. In Episode #4 with Campus 10178, Hopkins differentiates between message content and message delivery, discusses the gendered context for women in leadership, and answers why people continue to cling to boring PowerPoint slides for business presentations.

    • 39 min
    The business of luck

    The business of luck

    Chengwei Liu joined ESMT Berlin as an associate professor of strategy and behavioral science in 2019, coming from Warwick Business School. He has also taught at Cambridge, Oxford, and MIT, among others. He speaks with Campus 10178 about his latest book, "Luck," and how, counterintuitively, it can be studied and managed to win business success.

    "Luck: A Key Idea for Business and Society, 1st Edition":  https://www.routledge.com/Luck-A-Key-Idea-for-Business-and-Society-1st-Edition/Liu/p/book/9781138094260

    • 41 min

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