EP 70: The Myth of Experimentation - The Innovation Breakfast Club with Werner Puchert, Dennis Luijer and Joshua Nuttall
The Jens Heitland Show
The Myth of Experimentation - The Innovation Breakfast Club with Werner Puchert, Dennis Luijer and Joshua NuttallWelcome to the Jens Heitland Show where I meet with experts of different fields to connect the dots of innovation and entrepreneurship.This episode is a special Innovation Breakfast club where I connect previous guests to each other to explore a common topic.In this episode I connect the dots of innovation and entrepreneurship around the myth of Experimentation. Werner Puchert, Dennis Luijer and Joshua Nuttall and I explore the definitions of Myth, Experimentation, Prototyping and testing and dig deeper into examples of experimentations we experienced in our career before we wrap up and share our learnings.Links to the guest:Dennis Luijer: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dennisluijer/Joshua Nuttall: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-nuttall-0984a0a5/Werner Puchert: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wernerpuchert/This episode is brought to you by the Event Design Collective. The Event Design Collective (EDCO) provides a visual tool to design, prototype & document events. EDCO enables you to articulate how your event creates value. I have used and experienced the tools and of course the book and can highly recommend you to have a look at the EDCO Shop. http://bit.ly/Podcast-EdcoIf you enjoy this podcast would you be so kind to leave a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than 1 minute and really makes a difference to convince future interesting guests to join me for an interview.Sign up for Jens Heitland's Newsletter ("connect the dots") at http://bit.ly/HeitlandInnovationDiscover Jens Heitland's Mission to Empower one million people to innovation: http://bit.ly/onemillioninnovateursFollow Jens Heitland on social: https://linktr.ee/jensheitland
082: Add Tilt To Open The Next Door - Werner Puchert
Work From The Inside Out
Werner Puchert told me that it is important to add ‘tilt’ to your story. A native of South Africa, I thought he was sharing a special term from his part of the world, but no... Werner adopted the term from a friend who shared it with him in the context of narrative structure in storytelling. “If you don't add tilt into the story, nothing's ever going to happen. So you need to add tilt to your story. When I was working at the agency and then I decided to move to go on my own, I really could have stayed there. But then I decided to tilt and when you tilt a door opens.” As an experienced design consultant and innovation coach with extensive experience in marketing product UX UI and project management, Werner talks about how tilt took different forms as he progressed through his career. In its various formats, tilt looked like calculated risks, exercises in blind faith, and leaps into uncertainty. In this week’s Work From The Inside Out podcast, learn about Werner’s professional journey: Werner studied fine arts and wanted to be an artist. Then, as he put it, he fell into the world of technology, combining that with his creativity into the world of ad agencies. After ten years in the advertising industry, he left to start his own consulting business. His first big client was a firm named Deloitte. He later joined them on a full-time basis. Werner likes to believe that he's one of the last Mad Men, based on his advertising agency experience. He has a background ranging from marketing and advertising, experience design, and mobile digital transformation from various companies including Deloitte. Two years ago he established his own firm to work in more creative directions, including two podcasts, Bloc Thinking, and Finding Frequency, and a YouTube channel where he focuses on design thinking. Learn more and connect with Werner here: https://www.instagram.com/weenerdawg/ https://twitter.com/weenerdawg www.xperience.consulting https://www.linkedin.com/in/wernerpuchert/ Listen, subscribe and read show notes at www.tammygoolerloeb.com/podcasts/ - episode 082
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S2.E1. INTRO: Aga Szóstek & Werner Puchert. Empowerement Is The Tool For Trasformation.
Catching the Next Wave
Season 1 of the Catching The Next Wave podcast turned out to be about transformation. But, in order, to go through any transformation you need to feel empowered to do so. The hosts Aga and Werner share their initial thoughts of what empowerment is while getting ready to shoot the second season which aims to help them dig deeper into the notion of empowerment.
S1.E10. Aga Szóstek & Werner Puchert. OUTRO: Stepping Into The World of Transformational Design.
Catching the Next Wave
In the world of transformational design, we create the narratives which define how we live our lives. The role of design is to enable the positive change to happen. To facilitate and to coach it. But ultimately the work needs to be done by the users. By each of us. The role of business and design is to responsibly accommodate us once we are ready to take the first steps. To leap. To become an artist. Important links Aga Szóstek @malka6 www.seed-cards.com www.uxplus.pl Medium writings Werner Puchert @weenerdawg Medium writings
S1.E1. Aga Szóstek & Werner Puchert. INTRO: What’s Next For Design?
Catching the Next Wave
We find ourselves in a world bogged down in technology. It needs to change, we believe this change is inevitable. In fact, It is already happening under our noses and Design will be in the thick of it. We kick off with our podcast wondering: what is next for Design? Is the Experience Economy already here? Or did the world take another turn? What is the meaning of positive psychology, searching for happiness and addressing deep human needs? Will this become a discussion point in the boardroom? Will it ever? Important links Aga Szóstek @malka6 www.seed-cards.com www.uxplus.pl Medium writings Werner Puchert @weenerdawg Medium writings