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Best Germany MBA podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Germany MBA podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Cold Call distills Harvard Business School's legendary case studies into podcast form. Hosted by Brian Kenny, the podcast airs every two weeks and features Harvard Business School faculty discussing cases they've written and the lessons they impart.
 
The Berlin School of Creative Leadership is a distinctive business school where talented creative business leaders break the boundaries of personal and professional potential.
 
Digital Transformation keeps transforming. We host ideas, plans, tools, point of views and all things of interest on the age that feels familiar, but has just begun today.
 
A podcast about the innovation scene in Germany and the people behind it.
 
The Online Marketing Rockstars Podcast is Germany’s largest podcast on all things digital marketing, and whatever else that’s piqued our interest. OMR founder Philipp Westermeyer sits down with makers, experts and friends. It’s entertaining brain food guaranteed to cure the boredom of your drive-time commute.Produziert von Podstars by OMR.
 
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Das Thema Value Stream Management hat in letzter Zeit viel Aufmerksamkeit bekommen. Es scheint nach Agile und DevOps das neue heiße Thema zu sein. Warum das so ist und um was es dabei geht, diskutieren wir in der letzten Folge der zweiten Staffel von Still Day One mit Georg Blume-Schulz und Uli Schumacher.…
 
Not many Chinese companies open manufacturing facilities in the U.S., but automotive glass maker Fuyao is considering just that. Harvard Business School professor Willy Shih examines the factors that go into deciding where companies should locate production facilities. The case, “Fuyao Glass America: Sourcing Decision,” focuses on the world’s secon…
 
This episode of Meet the Experts is hosted by Leonard Sommer, a Berlin School alumnus and co-founder of SOMMER + SOMMER and martech consultancy, XQ Digital. He spoke with Amy Rodgers, head of research at WARC, a leading resource for brands and agencies, who utilize its extensive archive of case studies, best practices, research and data to make the…
 
For this special recap episode of the Future of Doing series, Sean from the Berlin School joins Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, the two Experience Strategists behind the Future of Doing insights research, to look back on the most vital takeaways from the previous six episodes and how these lessons can be applied in the workplace to improve employ…
 
Agile Softwareentwicklung ist stark auf den Kunden fokussiert. Doch häufig ist der Kunde nicht der Nutzer. Wer ist nun König – der Kunde oder der Nutzer? Darüber sprechen wir mit Georg Blume-Schulz und Uli Schumacher.By SinnerSchrader
 
Heute spreche ich mit dem Start-Up Gründer und Podcastkollegen Michael Asshauer.Wir unterhalten uns über Agilität und Teamspirit von Start-Ups. Wie bekommt man es hin, diese Erfolgsfaktoren – Agilität und Teamspirit erfolgreich auf große Unternehmen zu übertragen?Shownotes: https://www.mehr-fuehren.de/podcast236…
 
Harvard Business School professor Ethan Rouen and Charlie Wang explore whether capitalism is broken and if JUST Capital’s performance evaluation rubric and strategies for exerting influence are likely to be effective in improving corporate behavior. Their case is titled, “Measuring Impact at JUST Capital.”…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #6: Multi-disciplinary CollaborationThis week, our guest hosts look into the nature of Collaboration and the many ways it shapes leadership dynamics. Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, two Experience Strategists who…
 
Mexican convenience store chain OXXO dominated its market — until its chief rival doubled in size almost overnight. Harvard Business School professor Tatiana Sandino discusses how CEO Eduardo Padilla responded by creating an agile organization based on a team culture and strong management systems in her case, “OXXO’s Turf War Against Extra.”…
 
Wir werfen einen genaueren Blick auf SAFe, das Scaled Agile Framework. Was kann es, und was kann es nicht? Georg Blume-Schulz hat dazu ein paar Einsichten aus seiner Praxis. Hier kommt die neue Folge von Still Day One!By SinnerSchrader
 
Heute spreche ich mit dem Patentanwalt Rolf Claessen. Wir unterhalten uns über Patente und Markenrecht und warum jedes innovative Unternehmen sich damit beschäftigen sollte.Shownotes: https://www.mehr-fuehren.de/podcast235By Bernd Geropp
 
Star chef Jamie Oliver joins the Fiete Gastro takeover with host Tim Mälzer to talk health, nutrition and education, reminisce about their shared glory days and discuss Jamie's new cookbook Veggies.This is a special takeover episode by Fiete Gastro the culinary podcast produced by OMR and hosted by star German chef Tim Mälzer. Mälzer, whose nicknam…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #5: The Work EnvironmentThis week, our guest hosts look at how the physical work environment and the evolution of remote work impacts creative minds.Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, two Experience Strategists who …
 
The Future of Doing Episode #4: How Creative Services are SoldThis week, our guest hosts look into whether organizations are willing to put their money where their mouth is when they engage creative partners. Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski,…
 
Was kann man eigentlich machen, wenn Projekte so groß werden, dass ein einziges Scrum-Team nicht mehr ausreicht? Um skalieren zu können, gibt es verschiedene Frameworks wie LeSS oder SAFe. Über deren Vorzüge und Nachteile sprechen Peter Ehrenberg und Martin Recke in der neuen Folge von Still Day One.…
 
Should large institutional investors divest or engage if they have an issue with a company? Harvard Business School professor Vikram Gandhi discusses why and how CalSTRS, the $200 billion pension plan for California public school teachers, chooses to engage with gun makers and retailers in California in his case, “CalSTRS Takes on Gun Violence.”…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #3: How to Inspire Great IdeasThis week, our guest hosts look into how companies can create better environments to inspire ideas by asking participants to explore what motivates them to collaborate and find innovative solutions. Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing…
 
Co-founder of The Trade Desk Dave Pickles in the OMR Podcast with OMR founder Philipp WestermeyerDave Pickles co-founded one of the biggest companies you've never heard of in The Trade. In this episode of the OMR Podcast, Dave sits down with Philipp Westermeyer to discuss what The Trade Desk does, provides insights into its business model and the f…
 
In dieser Folge befassen wir uns mit der Frage, wie sich agiles Arbeiten skalieren lässt. Wann wird ein Scrum-Team zu groß, und was passiert dann? Welche Ansätze es gibt, und was dabei so alles schiefgehen kann, darüber sprechen Peter Ehrenberg und Martin Recke in der zweiten Folge der neuen Staffel.…
 
The Future of Doing Episode #2: How to Make Talent Feel ValuedThis week we explore the question: How do companies remunerate and reward talent to keep them engaged and motivated?We also explore diversity and the commercial value of creative talent.Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ present…
 
Harvard Business School professor Geoff Jones discusses his case, “Thomas J. Watson, IBM and Nazi Germany,” which explores the options and responsibilities of multinationals with investments in politically reprehensible regimes. The case considers the strategy of U.S.-owned IBM, then a manufacturer of punch cards, in Nazi Germany before 1937, and o…
 
Heute spreche ich mit der "Herz-Blut" Personalerin Diana Roth über Herausforderungen der Personalabteilung speziell in kleinen und mittelständischen Unternehmen.Shownotes: https://www.mehr-fuehren.de/podcast234By Bernd Geropp
 
How do brands define their 'reason for being'? Does this line-up with the purpose of their employees and creative-makers? How is this purpose articulated through brand messaging or social impact?Meet the Experts is delighted to present a special podcast series called ‘The Future of Doing’ presented by Tracy Brown and Barry Mowszowski, two Experienc…
 
This episode of Meet the Experts is presented by Berlin School alumnus and co-founder of SOMMER + SOMMER and martech consultancy, XQ Digital, Leonard Sommer. He spoke to Scott Brinker, Vice President of Platform Ecosystem at Hubspot and a renowned expert in the field of Marketing Technology. Sometimes referred to as the “Father of Martech”, Scott’s…
 
Über was spricht man in diesen One-on-One Mitarbeitergesprächen eigentlich? Wie lange dauern die Gespräche. Wie häufig sollen sie stattfinden?Shownotes: https://www.mehr-fuehren.de/podcast233By Bernd Geropp
 
"You need to have role-models and you need to have mentors in order to help women to get to the top."In this week’s Meet the Experts, Julie spoke to Executive Strategy Director at the Service Plan Group and recent Berlin School Graduate, Dr. Rosa Kriesche about her Executive MBA thesis, titled ‘The Leadership Ideal: Style Values and Sex Role Stereo…
 
In 2014, Neel Ghose (MBA 2019) created The Robin Hood Army, an organization entirely based on volunteer work that used food redistribution as a medium to bring out the best in humanity. By the end of 2018, the Robin Hood Army was present in twelve countries, was serving over 500,000 meals per month, and had helped more than 750 children enroll in p…
 
In this episode of the OMR podcast, Trelles-Tvede—CEO and Founder of Invisibobble—sits down with OMR Editor-in-Chief Roland Eisenbrand to discuss the Invisibobble story.For Sophie Trelles-Tvede, founding Invisibobble was a headache. Literally. Invisibobble, you see, is in the business of hair ties—something that always gave Tvede splitting headache…
 
Launched in the midst of the financial crisis in 2009, Goldman Sachs’ “10,000 Small Businesses” program provided free business education, a network of support, and access to capital for small businesses across the United States. The company committed $500 million to fund the program and nine years later had graduated 7,300 participants, just shy of…
 
"When you have a pre-programmed way of doing things, you tend to repeat it. That's your lifeline. Innovation tries to break through this psychological pattern." This week we interviewed Katja Nettesheim, Founder and Managing Director of Mediate_, Professor of Digital Transformation at Steinbeis School, and guest speaker at our Executive MBA in Crea…
 
The ex-Wharton School of Business Prof is THE DTC Guru for upstart brands.Warby Parker (glasses), Away (suitcases), Casper (mattresses) and Harry's (razors) are just a few of the feathers in David Bell's professional cap. The DTC (direct-to-consumer) guru and ex-Wharton School of business prof turned investor dropped by the OMR podcast to discuss h…
 
Nach einer längeren Pause sind wir nun zurück mit der zweiten Staffel von Still Day One, dem Podcast von SinnerSchrader. In dieser Folge sprechen Peter Ehrenberg und Martin Recke über Agile Softwareentwicklung. Und über die Frage, wie das eigentlich skaliert. Peter ist Product Engineer und seit zehn Jahren bei SinnerSchrader. Er leitet zusammen mit…
 
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