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CRISPR is considered one of the biggest and most important scientific breakthroughs of the past decade and will probably remain the biggest science story for the foreseeable future. CRISPR could revolutionize everything from medicine to agriculture - and it has worked on every organism it’s been tried on. And with COVID-19 at our doorsteps, this is a perfect time to get acquainted with the powerful new gene-editing technology called CRISPR.Topics covered:What CRISPR is - explained in simple terms,Why it’s considered to be one of the biggest scientific breakthroughs in the last decade and why it’s such a powerful tool,How CRISPR actually works and in what areas it can be applied to, along with limitations,How far we are from curing cancer, HIV/AIDS, and other terrible decease,Discuss some of the ethical concerns that many scientists have around CRISPR and how far we humans should really go when applying this technology,and so much more. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/015Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast, or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
In this episode I caught up with Rodrigo Nieto-Gomez to talk about the criminal entrepreneurial and innovation skills of Mexican drug cartels, how they operate and what we can learn from them.Toward the end of this episode I also explain how cocaine is produced and what makes it so profitable. Then I show you how to setup your own drug empire, what skills and mentality you need to succeed in this industry, how to scale your business and what offshoring options you can use.Some of the topics we’re going to cover in this interview are:How drug cartels operate and innovate more like a Silicon Valley startups than one would initially assume,Why they’re so good innovation,What today’s companies can learn from this illegal drug trade,How they adapted their business models to reflect disruptions and changes in their markets,How the drug cartels were previously using planes, tunnels, catapults, drones and are now resorting to more unorthodox methods such as manned narco-submarines and other techniques to evade authorities,Why these cartels are shifting and diversifying their business to human trafficking and other „services“ and products,How cocaine is produced from its raw material to its end consumers and what makes it so profitable,How to setup your own drug empire, what skills and mentality you need to succeed in this industry, how to scale your business and what offshoring options you can use,and so much more. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/014Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
In today‘s episode I talk to Dr. Joachim Kuhn who is the CEO and founder of va-Q-tec - a very innovative company that produces highly efficient and space saving vacuum panels that insulate 10 times better than traditional insulators and will remain the best insulation material for the century.va-Q-tec has won the TOP 100 innovator award, has been the National Champion at the "European Business Awards" multiple times, made it into the TOP 10 of the GreenTec awards, along with so many other awards and recognitions that it would seriously take a half an hour to name them all. In this episode I talk to Dr. Joachim Kuhn and explore:What vacuum insulated panels are and what they can be used for,What makes them so specials, along with some of their properties,Why a vacuum is such a good insulator that it will be the best insulator for the next 100-150 years,How common insulators such as styrofoam perform against vacuum panels (spoiler alert: it‘s staggering)?Some of the challenges he faces with his innovative vacuum panels,How his product stakes up against the competition and how he‘s able to compete against Asian manufacturer, despite these being much cheaper,The steps his company is currently taking to make these panels much more affordable and available for more customer applications,How he decides which market to enter next, when the potential of his product is so vast,Why he didn‘t take his successful company to Silicon Valley, but instead stayed in Germany,What he recommends companies do to bring their breakthrough innovation to market,and so much more. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/013Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
This episode takes a deeper look at the much hated scamming industry, by exploring what types of scams there are, how the business model behind these scamming organizations work and how scamming has evolved over the years.My guest is Jim Browning, an IT professional who, in his spare time, investigates and fights scammers. He has been featured in the famous BBC documentary series “Panorama”, where he managed to infiltrate a large-scale technical support scamming operation, leading to world-wide press coverage along with arrests of the scammers involved. In this episode I talk to Jim Browning and cover some of the following topics:What types of scams there are, how they work and how my guest fights back,Why fighting scammers isn‘t as fruitless as you might think,How my guest infiltrated a large-scale technical support scamming operation that was then aired on the infamous BBC documentary „Panorama“, leading to international press coverage and arrests,What the underlying business model of these scamming organizations looks like and how lucrative this business really is (spoiler: it‘s staggering!),Where most of these scams originate from and who their victims are,What some of most creative and dumbest scams were that my guest has encountered,How scamming organizations have evolved over the last decades and how they are innovating and embracing new technologies,How to effectively combat scamming and better protect yourselves from being scammed,What type of mindset one needs to have in order to have success in the scamming industry. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/012Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
In 2013 Herrmann Arnold (at that time CEO and shareholder of Haufe-umantis AG) voluntarily stepped down as a CEO and appointed a former intern for the CEO position, because he was convinced that he wasn‘t the right person to continue the next growth stage of his company. Many would view this as a colossal failure. Why the exact opposite is true, is something we discuss at length in this episode. In this episode we will answer some of the following questions:Why my guest voluntarily stepped down as a CEO in order to give a former intern his positionHow his successor and customers reacted to this decisionHow a manager recognizes the point where he or she is not the right person anymore to continue to lead the companyWhat it felt like coming back to the company and working under the new CEOHow he handled the conflict of his successor implementing his ideas with successWhy more companies should think about limiting the terms of their CEOsWhat he learned from letting his employees vote for managers and why he believes this might not be the solution for the future Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/011Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
This episode explores a special material called gallium nitride (GaN) that is not only a super efficient semiconductor, but is also changing the tech industry and is destined to disrupt the established silicon industry. GaN tech could save 10% of the electricity consumption in the US alone. And consumers can already purchase products using this high-tech material. To further explore this fascinating material, I interview the multi-award-winning professor Martin Kuball.  This episode will explain:What gallium nitride (GaN) isThe properties that make this material extraordinaryWhat advantages GaN has compared to siliconHow GaN is disrupting the silicon industryWhat challenges there are when developing GaN devicesThe common misconceptions people have about GaN and what aspects are over-hypedWhat it really takes to go from research to a groundbreaking innovation and how much effort goes into producing next generation technologiesHow our future could look like once GaN and next generations batteries are widely deployedWhat types of skills researches need in order to go from research to productAnd finally, the biggest surprises and breakthroughs my guest has had during his career as a scientist Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/010Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
In this episode we talk about the best innovator on the planet - nature and how we can learn and apply its ingenious solutions to solve some of the most challenging problems we humans face. We also explore some fascinating examples from the animal and insect kingdom and see how successful companies have applied these nature-inspired designs into their products. In this episode we talk about:What biomimicry and biomimetics isThe best innovator on the planet - nature and what makes us humans more like apprentices than mastersSome fascinating biomimicry examples and applicationsHow companies can apply principles from nature to solve some of their most challenging problemsConcrete biomimicry projects and what types of results one can expectA few misconceptions and over-hyped areas of biomimicryHer top three recommendation for companies wanting to better leverage biomimicry in their products...and much much more. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/009Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
If you‘ve ever tried or are learning a language and haven‘t heard of the award-winning Prof. Krashen and his theory on second language acquisition, then you‘re in for a real treat and this episode will certainly blow your mind with things you probably haven’t heard yet - and you’ll likely get addicted to language learning.To answer some of the following questions, I talk to Prof. Stephen Krashen, one of the most prolific and most frequently cited scholars in the field of language education: Why language learning is still largely ineffective and hasn’t fundamentally improved over the last decadesHow Krashen’s theory about language acquisition, despite it being over 40 years old, remains groundbreakingWhy you can‘t learn a language by simply speaking it, contrary to popular beliefHow he can boldly claim that everyone acquires language in the same mannerWhy language learning is a subconscious process that can‘t be „turned off“Why there’s a strict separation between language acquisition and learning and why consciously learned language can only be used to monitor language output, but never be the source of spontaneous speechIn which particular order language is acquired and why that order does not change between learners, and is also not affected by explicit instructionWhy learning grammar does not improve language acquisitionWhy it‘s simply not true that children acquire languages more easily than adults and provide overwhelming scientific evidence to back up this claimHow to apply his theory in practiceAnd finally, discuss the the most powerful tool we have in language education Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/008Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
This episode talks to two of the founding members (Rebecca Beam & Chad Hahn) of Auticon. Auticon is an international technology consulting company, that exclusively employs adults on the autism spectrum as IT consultants. Of the 200 people employed there, around 150 are on the autism spectrum. auticon’s concept has been acknowledged internationally and has received numerous awards with Sir Richard Branson being on of auticon’s most prominent investors.We look at the untapped potential of autism and some of the misconceptions and challenges surrounding it, as well as where people on the spectrum outperform neurologically typical individuals.We also answer why not more companies are hiring people on the spectrum and move towards a more neurodiverse workforce and how auticon employs these individuals to solve some of the most complex problems for their clients. And finally, this interview makes the case for why hiring neurodiverse people will be the next big wave of innovation.In this episode we will answer some of the following questions:What misconceptions there are surrounding autism and what misconception’s Rebecca had when she took on the role as the CEO of auticon USWhere autists outperform neurologically typical employees and what types of challenges they faceHow auticon employs autistic individuals to solve some of the most complex problems for their clients and how they provide them with cutting-edge solutionsWhat auticon‘s training process for people on the spectrum looks likeWhat accommodations need to be made for people on the spectrum and how companies need to change their interview and hiring process to employ a more neurodivese workforceWhat intelligence agencies and large corporations around the world already have neurodiverse programs and how they are leveraging people with disabilities for their purposeWhy not more companies are hiring people on the spectrumHow companies need to stop focusing solely on social skills and experience during their hiring processWhy people on the spectrum produce better managers and in some cases are better managers themselvesWhy every company should employ neurodiverse talents and what recommendations my guests have for companies wanting to employ a more neurodiverse workforceAnd finally, why this area will be the next big wave of innovation. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/007Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
Lasse Rheingans, Geschäftsführer der Bielefelder Digitalagentur Rheingans Digital Enabler, hat im November 2017 testweise die 25-Stunden-Arbeitswoche bei sich im Unternehmen eingeführt - und das bei gleichem Gehalts- und Urlaubsanspruch. Warum er das gemacht hat und was danach passiert ist, erfahrt ihr in dieser spannenden Episode!In dieser Episode werden wir deshalb folgende Fragen mit Lasse klären:Wie es dazu kam, dass Lasse bei sich die 25 Stunden Woche bei sich in der Firma eingeführt hat,Wie er das konkret gemacht hat,Was nach der Umstellung passiert ist,Was davon nicht so reibungslos funktioniert hat,Ob und wie die Umstellung seine Unternehmenskultur verändert hat,Was die Kritiker zu der 25h Woche sagen,Was Lasse den Kritiker entgegnet,Wo das Konzept einer stark verkürzten Arbeitszeit nicht funktioniert,Ob das Unternehmen von Lasse überhaupt noch flexibel auf unvorhersehbare Ereignisse reagieren kann, wenn seine Mitarbeiter so “durchgetaktet” sind,Warum trotz der zahlreichen Studien, Versuchen und belegen nicht mehr Unternehmen dieses Konzept aufgreifen und bei sich testen,Was er Firmenvertreter raten würde wenn sie ebenfalls eine verkürzte Arbeitswoche einführen wollen und wo und wie sie anfangen sollten. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/006Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
This episode explores why organizations rise and fall, by interviewing the authors of The Illusion of Invincibility: The Rise and Fall of Organizations Inspired by the Incas of Peru, trying to answer the fundamental challenge that every organization has: How do established companies continue to stay competitive and innovate within an ever-changing environment? In this episode we’ll try to answer some of the following questions and see what the authors Andreas & Paul have to say about these topics:What we can learn from the Inca’s when it comes the long-term survival of companiesWhy successful companies fail, despite them being market leaders in their respective industriesWhat makes a successful CEOHow the ego of CEOs can become a huge problemHow the career progression of top managers can make it harder for them to stay grounded in realityHow “Management by Walking Around” can help with thisWhat the biggest mistakes are that are made during hiring processesand finally, what their top 3 recommendations are for CEOs that want to avoid a future decline of their company. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/005Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
In this episode we explore what makes Norway’s prisons the most humane, and innovative in the world, how Norway went from a nation of pillaging Vikings full of violence, murder and revenge and to a country where peace and forgiveness came to triumph, how we, as a society, reconcile the need for retribution and punishment for heinous crimes and the need for reintegration of criminals back into society and much, much more.In this episode we cover some of the following topics questions:What makes Norway’s prisons the most humane, and in my view, the most innovative prisons systems in the world,How Norway went from a nation of pillaging Vikings full of violence, murder, and revenge to a country where peace and forgiveness came to triumph,How Norwegian prisons differ from the rest of the world and their U.S. counterparts and what they are doing that others are not,Why the U.S., despite being real “tough” on crime and punishment, has one of the highest recidivism and crime rates in the world and Norway one of the lowest,If there’s something special about Norwegian people, their culture or socialization that makes them susceptible to rehabilitation,How Norway’s prisons were plagued by violence and drugs 30 years ago, similar to their American counterparts,If Norways maximum prison sentence of 21 years is enough for the most violent crimes,If it’s really true, what many foreign news reports claim, that Norways Halden maximum prison, is a posh, luxurious boutique hotel, where inmates have their own flat screen TVs and why that doesn’t matter in the grand scheme of things,Explore the Bastøy prison island, where inmates have heated floors, sauna and five-star cooking classes and what that’s all about,How we, as a society, reconcile the need for retribution and punishment for heinous crimes and the need for reintegration of criminals back into society,and finally, we see if my interview partner, Tom Eberhardt, really looks like the Norwegian Kevin Costner, as the international press claims. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/004Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
In dieser Episode werde ich erklären warum die digitale Transformation nichts mit Technologie zu tun hat und die meisten Mittelständler mehr Mut benötigen, das zu nutzen, was sie bereits haben. Ein Appell an den deutschen Mittelstand.In dieser Episode #003 werde ich erklären warum:der Mittelstand bei der Digitalisierung bzw. Innovation oft hinter seinen Möglichkeiten zurückbleibt und wie er sich von den vermeintlichen Profis und damit meine ich primär Beratungen und Agenturen) über die Anforderungen an ihre Organisation einschüchtern lässt,sich diese Transformation mit traditionellen Denkmustern und Organisationsformen nicht erfolgreich umsetzen lässt,das scheinbar “neue” Thema eine uralte Herausforderung ist, die es schon seit Anbeginn des Industriezeitalters gibtund die Herausforderungen der Digitalisierung nichts mit Technik oder Technologie zu tun hat. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/003Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
How is almost everyone around misusing the term “disruption” and how have they been misapplying it for years? Why Uber is not disruptive and how to you really determine if an idea or startup has any disruptive potential at all? This, and more in the episode.In this episode #002 I explain: Why almost everyone around you is misusing the term “disruption” and has been misapplying it for years.Go through the different innovation types, along with some prominent examples for each of them.What actual disruption looks like and how it takes place, by citing an example from the steel industry and showing you how integrated steel mills, dominating the steel industry for decades, were blindsided and overrun by an initially inconspicuous technology.How you determine if an idea or startup has any disruptive potential at all.Why Uber is not a disrupting the cab industry, despite what the majority believes.What you should focus on instead, so that your idea or company will increase its chances to become a disruptor itself. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/002Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
In this episode I will explain why companies are focusing on the wrong thing when it comes to “digital transformation", why the over-reliance on technology can massively hurt your company, why companies are not and will not become innovative by simply using technology and finally, why there's very little opportunity to gain a lasting competitive advantages against competitors. In this episode #001 we will cover: Why companies, especially in Germany are focusing on the wrong thing when it comes to “digital transformation.Why the over-reliance on technology can massively hurt your company. I’ll do this by citing various examples from vastly different industries and fields.Why companies are not and will not become innovative by using technology and why there's very little opportunity to gain a lasting competitive advantages against competitors,The very dangerous assumption of why, despite the increased importance of IT, this does not translate into a lasting competitive advantage,What distinguishes proprietary from infrastructural technologies,How competitive advantages erode over time, by looking at past technologies,What makes IT a simple commodity input and not a strategic advantage to enterprises,Why companies need to focus on threats rather than opportunities and should keep IT expenditure in check,Why companies should not be first-movers and why there’s no shame in following your competitors when it comes to adopting new IT technologies. Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/001Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
This episode #000 includes: what this podcast is all about, and what you, as a listener can expect from this podcast, what my background is and what qualifies me, as the host, to speak about these topics, and finally what you should NOT expect from our podcast?In this episode #000 we cover: what this podcast is all about, and what you, as a listener can expect from this podcast,what my background is and what qualifies me, as the host, to speak about these topics,and finally, what you should NOT expect from our podcast? Show Notes, Transcription, & Resources Mentioned: gammabeyond.com/en/podcast/000Podcast Website: www.innovationalcorrectness.com---If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you for one small favor?Would you please consider rating and reviewing this podcast on iTunes, Overcast or the podcast app of your choice? It really helps us out, by encouraging more people to find our podcast and reach hard-to-get guests.Last but not least, if you have any suggestions for further episodes or guests should be invited on this podcast or just have feedback, shoot us a quick email: info@gammabeyond.com or fill out our feedback form.Follow & add David on:LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/davidluna/XING: xing.com/profile/DavidC大卫_Luna鲁/cvTwitter: twitter.com/gammabeyondInstagram: instagram.com/gammabeyond/Youtube: youtube.com/c/GAMMADigitalBeyond
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Siri

Jim Browning is an absolute hero.

Apr 26th
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