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 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.
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.
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.
I talk to award-winning Prof. Stephen Krashen, one of the most prolific and most cited scholars in the language education about his groundbreaking theory of language acquisition.
We’ll 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.
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 explore what makes Norway’s prisons the most humane, and innovative prisons systems 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 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.
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 we will explore: - 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... ...and more.
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?