Podcast by Thinkers50
Dan Toma: Innovation
Dan Toma and Stuart Crainer discuss the impetus of his book, The Corporate Startup. Is it possible for large corporations to understand the innovations lifestyle movement? How can innovation be accounted for so that its KPIs are meaningful?
Marga Hoek: Sustainability
Businesses are interested in sustainable development, but they don't know where to start. Hoek, author of The Trillion Dollar Shift, argues that "Business for Good is Good Business".
Michael Jacobides: Ecosystems
Stuart Crainer and Michael Jacobides discuss ecosystems. Success is as much about helping other firms to innovate as it is about being innovative yourself. Companies need to change the questions they are asking. We are now shifting from a product that is defined in terms of its individual goodsand services to something that can cross the boundaries and create new firms and new types of competition.
Geoff Tuff: Detonate Your Business With Innovation
How should businesses allocate their spend between trying to disrupt markets, versus their core business. How has it changed over the last seven years?
Steven Van Belleghem: Automation, AI and the Customer Experience
The future of customer experience is happening now, in China. What is causing Europe and North America to lag behind? What is the future of voice assistants, and how are smart companies using them to enhance and advance the customer experience?
Karolin Frankenberger - Digital Transformation
What is digital transformation? In this Brightline Initiative Podcast recorded in London, Stuart Crainer interviews Karolin Frankenberger, co-author of the book The Business Model Navigator. The two discuss digital transformation - not cutting edge technology, or digitizing products or processes, but rather holistic transformation of businesses with significantly changed value creation processes. What mistakes do companies commonly make in pursuit of digital transformation? Frankenberger discusses what delays in adoptation executives should watch out for.
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Brilliant Minds….Now in Podcast Form
I may be biased but I have been a huge fan of the work of Thinkers50. I’m excited to see them start spreading great ideas through podcasts (and the episodes thus far have been as great as I expect.)