Podcast by WU Executive Academy
WU Executive Podcast Martin Giesswein - What Executives Really Need to Know about AI?
In this episode, Martin Giesswein, an expert on digital economics and leadership, sums up the most important and state-of-the-art “AI Thinking Points”. These days, corporate decision-makers can hardly browse a website or crack open a journal without being flooded with good advice on how to use AI for the benefit of their company. But what is sound advice and what isn’t? Which fields should you focus on in your capacity as a manager, and where best to begin? Find out more in our podcast hosted by Čedomir Pušica.
Camilo Navarro Bustos on Transforming Thousands of Lives with Wheel the World!
WU Executive Academy Podcast with Camilo Navarro Bustos
In this episode, Camilo Navarro Bustos speaks with Host Čedomir Pušica – both met in California during an international MBA immersion - about his 2018 founded start-up “Wheel the World” and how the power of technology can make travel more accessible and allow people with disabilities to explore the world without limits.
WU Executive Podcast Martin Müller on Microsoft´s Trailblazing the Future of Work
In this episode, Martin Müller speaks with Host Čedomir Pušica about the current status and future developments in the area of AI (Artificial Intelligence). He talks as an insider about the three main perspectives AI can have on individuals, organizations and the provider itself.
WU Executive Podcast Selma Prodanovic on Angel Investing in female-led startups
Grand Dame on Venture Capital Selma Prodanovic on Angel Investing in female-led startups,the changing world and how to navigate.
WU Executive Academy Podcast mit Selma Prodanovic
In this episode, Selma Prodanovic speaks with Host Čedomir Pušica about how gender-biased the Venture Capital world is and how important it is to invest into female-led startups. Angel Investment is business driven, but supporting female or divers owned companies not only can bring higher return on investment but can help to foster change in a very dynamic ecosystem.
Nikolaus Franke on the Dark Side of Entrepreneurship
What can we learn from illegitimate and controversial kinds of entrepreneurship? Especially when these businesses benefit society and can even make up 40% of a country's gross domestic product? In this episode, Nikolaus Franke, the Academic Director of the Professional MBA Entrepreneurship & Innovation, talks about these businesses. Later on in this episode, we take a close look at the cooperation between real-world businesses and his institute, the E&I Institute. One of the organization's yearly highlights is the upcoming E&I Touchdown that will take place on June 15. All listeners are welcome to join.
For more on the topic of the “dark side of entrepreneurship” check out Nikolaus Franke’s 3-part news series here: https://executiveacademy.at/de/news/entrepreneurship-innovation-insights/
For more information on the E&I Institute, visit https://www.wu.ac.at/en/entrep.
Register for the E&I Touchdown on June 15 here:
Valentin Marchenko - On Entrepreneurship, the Power of Networking, China and New Beginnings
In this podcast, Valentin Marchenko shares the steps he is currently taking throughout his entrepreneurial journey. As a student in the Professional MBA Entrepreneurship & Innovation, he talks about the valuable input from his MBA network that helps his start-up take shape.