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Bei genauem Hinsehen finden wir die Naturwissenschaft und besonders Mathematik überall in unserem Leben, vom Wasserhahn über die automatischen Temporegelungen an Autobahnen, in der Medizintechnik bis hin zum Mobiltelefon. Woran die Forscher, Absolventen und Lehrenden in Karlsruhe gerade tüfteln, erfahren wir hier aus erster Hand.
 
The Etch Podcast gives you an inside look at the strategy, design leadership and innovation from experts across different industries who are actually doing it. Etch is a unique network of agencies, consultancies and experts that aims to provide more value to businesses than traditional agency models, by taking a people centred approach to all that we deliver. Our team is made up of hand-picked experts with unique backgrounds and experiences, located in London, Southampton UK and Cape Town, S ...
 
Do you want to grow a valuable business and avoid wasting years learning every lesson the hard way? Then discovering the strategies and insights of winning leaders and organizations is critical to your success. As a business leader and entrepreneur for nearly 30 years, I’ve spent my life building, and occasionally selling, businesses that grew from nothing into businesses that have generated hundreds of millions of dollars. As an investor, as an author, and as the CEO of Cathedral Consulting ...
 
Hey!! I’m Eka, a visually impaired girl from Indonesia. This podcast is spoken in English. But just in case you wanna listen to my another podcast spoken in Bahasa Indonesia, just find me Nongkrong Cantik”. Generally we talk about the life of the blinds such as accessibility, addaptive technology, love, family, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and stuff. But we also discuss news, diary of today, role models, disability corner, crazy stuff, talking Indonesia and stuff. So come join m ...
 
Welcome to The Hive Podcast, with best-selling author Nathalie Nahai. Listen in, as we enquire into our relationship with technology, one another, and the natural world. In this fifth season, I’ll be exploring how we can change the way in which we relate to and structure our existing systems, so that we can build towards a more resilient future. From alternative economic models and business practices, to our role in, and perception of, the more-than-human world, this season will explore how ...
 
The Milky Way - F. Tennyson Jesse's first novel - began life as a 1913 magazine serial called The Adventures of Viv. In it, poor-but-plucky Cornish painter/model Vivian Lovel recounts events of her twenty-first year: en route from Penzance to London by steamer, she catches a baby dropped over the side of a sinking ship - and decides to keep it. Penniless, however, she "platonically" pairs up with pan-like fellow passenger Peter Whymperis, an actor and aspiring writer, and together they find ...
 
Sa, 18.11.2017 – So, 08.04.2018ZKM_Lichthof 1+2 Das ZKM zeigt mit über 400 Kunstwerken aus der SAMMLUNG VERBUND in Wien, wie Künstlerinnen in den 1970er-Jahren zum ersten Mal ein eigenes Bild der Frau kollektiv neu kreierten. Zuletzt, im Frühjahr 2015, hat das ZKM im Rahmen des Karlsruher Festivals »Frauenperspektiven« das virtuelle Ausstellungsprogramm »Frauen Video Arbeiten« aus der ZKM-Videosammlung plus Leihgaben präsentiert.Die wichtige künstlerische Bewegung »Feministische Avantgarde« ...
 
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For things are as exciting as seeing your company grow not only in revenue but in headcount. However, they are many challenges that come along with a hyper growth company. Today we are unpacking the most effective way to scale your company and the important role that investing in your HR plays in that. Here today on the podcast is HR expert Andrew …
 
Running a small business is a challenging undertaking any day, but have you ever wondered what it’d be like to have your family members as co-workers. We are taking a deep dive into the ins and outs, the huge benefits and some of the pitfalls of life in a family business. In today’s episode we have guest Charles Bailes who works in a family busines…
 
The wrong people in your business can cause extreme anguish and turmoil. Likewise if you foster the wrong type of environment for your employees you can cause that same anguish. The number one thing that sets apart good companies from great companies is the type of business culture we have. Today we dive into why culture matters with culture expert…
 
Today, I have the pleasure of speaking with Simon Hill, CEO & Co-founder of Wazoku - a tech company that helps businesses unlock the nascent innovation potential of their employees, partners, customers the world over.An Angel investor, author & speaker on topics relating to collaborative innovation, crowdsourcing, co-creation and intrapreneurship, …
 
Have you ever wondered about how to maximize your impact and crush tasks throughout your work week? Last time on the podcast we talked about how to recharge and recover after the painful experience that was 2020. In today’s episode we are going to focus on three powerful exercises that will help you to crush 2021 in your personal and professional l…
 
Today, I have the pleasure of speaking with Looby MacNamara – an author, facilitator, designer, gardener and mother. Having discovered permaculture in 1999, Looby was deeply inspired by the collaborative learning environment and the focus on emerging solutions through collective wisdom, and she has since written 4 books connected with these themes:…
 
We talk about starting innovation journeys with teams, unlocking thoughts with visual collaboration and how we can be more efficient in 2021 and beyond. Enjoy! Music: Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/all-good-folks/cha-cha-groove License code: DHCEF0JQOMDHVQH3Di Etch
 
In today's conversation, I speak with Betsy Reed, an author, speaker and award-winning director of innovative behaviour change approaches, whose work explores social and environmental issues. Her first book, ‘Communicating Social and Environmental Issues Effectively,’ was published in July 2020 by Emerald Publishing and the UK’s PRCA, the largest P…
 
2020 will be for years to come a year that was not ordinary. For many this last year has been extremely difficult, soul rending and earth shattering. Going into 2021 we need to reset and reorder our mindset so that we can excel in the coming year. In today’s episode we look back at the last year and ask ourselves five questions that will help us di…
 
In this conversation, I speak with Gill Coombs - an author, coach, and facilitator who works with groups and individuals to help them find their unique way of contributing something positive to the world - whether through their work, activism, or life choices. With an approach rooted in her own journey towards fulfilling work, she has supported hun…
 
In today’s episode, I have the pleasure of speaking with Professor Graham Miller - Pro-Vice-Chancellor at the University of Surrey and Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. A member of the Executive Board of the University, Graham also holds a Chair in Sustainability in Business, and his research focusses on the drivers we can …
 
Today I speak with Ebony Bailey, the Communications Manager for EcoCiv, an organisation whose mission is to promote civilizational change for the long-term wellbeing of people and the planet. Working with allies and global leaders to design solutions for the well-being of the entire web of life, Eco Civ have been able to catalyse groundbreaking exp…
 
Business is very much like a family road trip. If you don’t know your destination it will be incredibly difficult to reach your end goal. Every step along the way is important in how effectively you can achieve your success. In today’s 3rd and final part of this three part series we dive into what winning looks like. Mark is going to help you to be…
 
In this episode, the first of the new year, I had the pleasure of speaking with Tessa Clarke - CEO and co-founder of Olio, a food-sharing app between neighbours designed to help eliminate food waste. What started out as a local initiative in North London back in 2015 has since grown into a phenomenally popular app, serving over 2.5 million users in…
 
In a day and age with so much competition and the constant race towards the bottom, it has never been more crucial to know your market. Have you ever been undercut by a competitor offering a similar service at a more affordable rate? In part two of this three part series we dive into knowing the market and how it can help you better understand your…
 
With the deepest night of the year upon us, today’s rather special conversation comes as a celebration of solstice and the turning of the year, as a joint offering from The Hive, Accidental Gods, and the Upstream Podcast.We wanted to take a moment to reflect on the challenges we’ve faced and what they’ve taught us, share some the inspiring gifts th…
 
In today’s episode, I speak with Alex Edmans, the professor of Finance at London Business School. He has a PhD from MIT as a Fulbright Scholar, and was previously a tenured professor at Wharton and an investment banker at Morgan Stanley. Alex has spoken at the World Economic Forum in Davos, testified in the UK Parliament, and given the TED talk Wha…
 
Have you ever sat down to plan how your going to really scale your business next year, only to walk away feeling more unclear than when you started? And even worse, have that plan fall apart 6 months in? In part one of this three part series we dive deep into strategic planning from someone with over 35 years of experience, and has ran strategic pl…
 
In this opening episode of season five, I had the pleasure of speaking with Alan Watson Featherstone, an ecologist, nature photographer and inspirational public speaker. The founder of Trees for Life, an award-winning Scottish conservation charity for which he was executive director for almost 30 years, Alan's pioneering work to restore the Caledon…
 
Kevin has sold the perfect lifestyle business. But now he must go through the tough pains of transitioning out of leadership in a business he loved into his next phase. In Part two of this two part series, hear about Kevin’s bittersweet transition out of his role as CEO as we explore the different models of business leadership and how Kevin’s Chris…
 
Kevin thought he’d never sell. He’d built the perfect lifestyle business - a valuable saas company with a team of 38 remote employees, and beautiful balance of freedom and impact. But one day, a phone call from one of the world's largest private equity firms changed everything. In this 2 part series, hear about why and how Kevin’s built and sold hi…
 
Im Rahmen der Vorlesung Mathematical Modelling and Simulation haben Jan Dietrich und Alexander Grötz ein Projekt bearbeitet, wo sie Verkehr mit Hilfe der Software VISSIM simulieren. Die Idee kam ihnen durch ein Praktikum Firma ptvgroup an der Verkehrsmodellierung, das Jan Dietrich kürzlich dort absovliert hat. Im Gespräch geht es um verschiedene Fo…
 
So you know you want to buy a business. Maybe you decided it’s time to put your cash to good use. Maybe you plan to buy out a competitor! Whatever your reason, we’re going to guide you through the most important questions and considerations to help you prepare for this exhilarating journey. It’s all about making thoughtful, informed, strategic deci…
 
Have you ever dreamt of that long-awaited, glorious day when all of your grinding away suddenly pays off? I mean, literally! Whether you’re thinking about selling your established business or you’re trying to scale your new startup, you need a gameplan. Which is why in part two of M&A Matters, we’re going to teach you exactly what you need to pay a…
 
As an entrepreneur, have you ever wondered about the finish line? What I mean by that is, do you know the actual value of the business you’re working so hard to build? In part 1 of this crash course on mergers & acquisitions, I’m going to teach you about 4 key things you can focus on to add more value to your business. I’m also going to go over the…
 
Im Mai 2020 sprach Gudrun mit Verena Knoblauch. Sie ist Lehrerin und Medienpädagogin. Sie arbeitet in einer Nürnberger Grundschule und hat dort Tabletklassen im dritten und vierten Schuljahr unterrichtet. Gudrun und Verena sind sich auf Twitter begegnet. Dort gibt es eine sehr aktive und bunte Gruppe von Lehrpersonen, die sich unter dem Hashtag #tw…
 
With so much negativity and uncertainty in the current climate, I think it’s vital to take a step back and ask ourselves “How am I responding as a leader?” This episode will be a change of pace as we talk about 3 things you should be doing right now in order to not only survive, but thrive during these wildy uncertain times. Because it’s in times l…
 
Previously, Lex led two growth initiatives at The Black Tux, led design, product growth and analytics at LA-based Burner and worked at InVision designing collaboration tools. Past clients of Lex's include: Toyota, Nissan, Macy's, Prosper, Joyable and Deloitte. We discuss what skills a growth designer needs to develop, the adoption of growth hacking…
 
In this episode, we talk about his new book, which serves as a roadmap for navigating the fuzzy area between ideas and outcomes Have you ever struggled to move a key innovation project forward at work? Based on his experiences running Design Sprints for top companies, Douglas Ferguson wrote Beyond the Prototype to offer practical advice for people …
 
In this final episode of the season, I had the pleasure of speaking with the wonderful Caroline Webb - an executive coach, international speaker, and author of the best-selling book, How To Have A Good Day: Harness the Power of Behavioural Science to Transform Your Working Life.A Senior Advisor to McKinsey, where she was previously a Partner, Carol…
 
On today’s show, I have the privilege of speaking with Jennifer Morgan, the International Executive Director of Greenpeace International. Jennifer is the former Global Director of the Climate Program at the World Resources Institute (WRI), Global Climate Change Director at Third Generation Environmentalism (E3G) and she also led the Global Climate …
 
This episode, I speak with Geoff White, an investigative tech journalist and author, whose book "Crime Dot Com: From Viruses to Vote Rigging, How Hacking Went Global", is due out on the 10th of August this year.Geoff has covered technology for BBC News, Channel 4 News, Audible, Forbes online and many others, and his exclusives reveal tech’s impact …
 
Gudrun spricht mit Petra Schwer und Thomas Kahle. Alle drei sind während des Gesprächs jeweils in ihrem Wohnzimmer und treffen sich auf einer Videoplattform. Deshalb ist es etwas schwieriger, stets nur nacheinander zu sprechen. Petra und Thomas sind an der Otto von Guericke Universität in Magdeburg Professorin bzw. Professor am Institut für Algebra…
 
One of the most amazing things about the entire Coronavirus situation is the change it has introduced into our lives. I have spent years, like most of us, getting caught up in being too busy for the things that matter most. Only now, because of factors outside of our control, we are being forced to slow down and rethink our priorities. In this epis…
 
This episode, I had the pleasure of speaking with Gemma Milne, a science and technology writer whose book, Smoke & Mirrors: How Hype Obscures the Future and How to See Past It, just recently came out.Her work explores science, tech and the broad cultural issues surrounding their advancements, and she has a particular interest in deep tech, includin…
 
This episode, we speak with Lee Duncan, Enterprise Design Sprint Leader at IBM Transformation. Lee has the responsibility of scaling the design sprint methodology across the enterprise and lead thought leadership through experiments and inclusive organisational and external collaboration. Lee Duncan's opinions are his own and do not express the vie…
 
In today’s show, I’m doing something a bit different. This week I was invited by Manda Scott to join her in conversation on her podcast, Accidental Gods, and we decided it would be lovely to share it with all our listeners, across both of our platforms.We explore what it means to be human under the lockdown, and how we might grasp this moment in wa…
 
In today’s conversation, I had the pleasure of speaking with Dr Gillian Isaacs Russell - an author, Psychoanalyst, Psychotherapist, and a member of the British Psychoanalytic Council, the American Psychoanalytic Association and the International Psychoanalytical Association.Having served on the Editorial Board as Book Reviews Editor, Gillian is cur…
 
In this episode, I had the treat of speaking with a beloved friend, Blanche Ellis. An artist, musician and poet, Blanche works with events and conferences using live-scribing and graphic facilitation techniques to capture content and the flow of ideas. She helps businesses find beautiful ways to convey their message on long term projects, and has w…
 
In today’s show, I had the pleasure of speaking with Joshua Macht, the Executive Vice President and Chief Product and Innovation Officer at Harvard Business Publishing. An American journalist and media commentator. He joined HBR from TIME magazine where he worked as the Editor and General Manager of TIME.com, as well as the magazine's Technology Ed…
 
This episode, I talk with Carl Miller, the Research Director of the Centre for the Analysis of Social Media (CASM) at Demos, the first UK think tank institute dedicated to studying the digital world. We explore how digital tools are being harnessed during this time of physical distancing - from their potential impact on our social and business live…
 
So, for the first of these episodes, I wanted to dive into the big questions and thought who better to invite back on the show, than my beloved friend, the wonderful author and psychotherapist, Dr Aaron Balick.In this opening conversation, Aaron and I explore some of the layers of human response to crises beyond our control - from how we deal with …
 
Gudrun sprach im März 2020 mit Nicole Ludwig. Sie ist eine Kollegin am KIT am Campus Nord und gehört dem Institut für Automation und angewandte Informatik an. Sie war Mitglied des DFG Graduiertenkollegs Energiezustandsdaten Informatikmethoden zur Analyse, Erfassung und Nutzung und ist dabei, ihre Promotion abzuschließen. Im Studium wurde sie von de…
 
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