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Join us behind the scenes of one of the world's leading technology companies. You’ll hear intimate details and remarkable stories about current and future tech, how we got here, and where we’re going.

    Artificial Intelligence and SoundSee - Dr. Samarjit Das

    Artificial Intelligence and SoundSee - Dr. Samarjit Das

    Dr. Samarjit Das led the mission to put SoundSee artificial intelligence on the International Space Station. “SoundSee uses machine learning to analyze these subtle acoustic clues and determine whether a machine, or even a single component, needs to be repaired or replaced.” Dr. Das talks about his inspiration to get involved with SoundSee and artificial intelligence at Bosch.

    **Our guests’ thoughts and comments do not necessarily reflect the official stance of Robert Bosch LLC.

    • 28 min
    Powertrains of the future – Electrification

    Powertrains of the future – Electrification

    We've all heard that the future of mobility is electric, but where do we stand now and how do we get there? Listen in on a special Powertrains of the Future episode to hear insights from experts at Bosch on what the future of electrification really looks like and the journey required to get there. Joining us in this episode are Stefan Koidl, Vice President and Rich Kohler, Director of Marketing of Powertrain Systems Engineering at Bosch in North America.

    • 18 min
    Digital Transformation - Davie Sweis

    Digital Transformation - Davie Sweis

    Now more than ever, we are all being thrown into our own digital transformations, whether we intended to or not. In this episode we dive into the topic of Digital Transformation and this is not just a topic for digital natives or software developers, this is relevant for all of us. We hear this phrase in almost every industry, but what does it really mean? Listen as Global Digital Business VP Davie Sweis describes how digital activities are transforming companies, industries and our world.

    • 31 min
    Necessity sparks innovation - Russell Keiger

    Necessity sparks innovation - Russell Keiger

    Some of life's greatest innovations come during our toughest times. The COVID-19 crisis is forcing all of us to view life as we know it with a new lens. Join us as we talk to Russell Keiger, who along with a dedicated, passionate team, turned our plant in Anderson, SC into an in-house producer of hand sanitizer. Listen as Russell shares the details from idea to implementation and how this project is inspiring others to follow suit. 

    • 12 min
    Leading in difficult times - Mike Mansuetti

    Leading in difficult times - Mike Mansuetti

    We all have a leadership role to play in one way or another, especially during times of unprecedented challenges. We caught up with Bosch North America president Mike Mansuetti, who gives insight into how he tackles daily and even hourly challenges, where he finds optimism, and his focus on associate safety while ensuring business continuity.
    For an uplifting perspective on leading in difficult times, listen now.
    Mike Mansuetti's bio: https://www.bosch.us/our-company/bosch-in-the-usa/#leadership

    • 23 min
    Innovation is not just a checklist - Estella Woo & Elizabeth Blair

    Innovation is not just a checklist - Estella Woo & Elizabeth Blair

    Is an idea really worth anything? Is Innovation only for Engineers? What is the difference between Innovation and Invention? Are you curious? You must listen to this episode with Estella Woo and Elizabeth Blair - a dynamic duo in the Innovation space.
    Estella is connecting “intrepreneurial” and operational worlds; drawing on 20 years of operational/ innovation experience to bridge the gap between strategy and business generation with an innovation perspective in a large multi-national corporation.
    With an applied background in Design Thinking and Lean Startup, Elizabeth has close to a decade’s worth of experience in innovation and startups. She loves wading through the ambiguity of building new businesses to find the key insights that can propel (or, yes, kill) the idea.
     
    Let us know what you think of this episode! Leave us a comment or DM @BoschUSA on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter or Instagram!
    **Our guests’ thoughts and comments do not necessarily reflect the official stance of Robert Bosch LLC.
    Resources/References:
    Udacity has a free online course (How to Build a Start-Up) https://www.udacity.com/course/how-to-build-a-startup--ep245 Links and books from Strategyzer Business Model Generation Value Proposition Design Testing Business Ideas Their website has a ton of tools you can download for free BOOKS
    Elizabeth's goodreads account Talking to Humans by Giff Constable The Start-Up Owner’s Manual by Bob Dorf and Steve Blank The Innovator’s Dilemma by Clay Christensen The Science of Growth by Sean Ammirati Adaptive Space by Michael J. Arena Crossing the Chasm by Geoffrey A. Moore Jack’s Notebook by Gregg Fraley The Lean Startup by Eric Ries The Lean Enterprise by Owens and Fernandez Daring Greatly by Brene Brown

    • 26 min

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