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Peter Hinssen

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The Phoenix and the Unicorn with Peter Hinssen

Barry Kibrick - Between the Lines

Peter is one of the most sought-after thought leaders on radical innovation. With his book, “The Phoenix and the Unicorn,” he guides individuals, corporations, and societies to reinvent ourselves and transform our world. Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/barrykibrick)

57mins

17 Mar 2022

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Technologie Optimisme met Peter Hinssen

Listening To The Future

Moeten we allemaal wat optimistischer denken over technologie? Loopt het allemaal zo’n vaart niet met de donkere scenario’s? Wat zijn de meest belangrijke technologische ontwikkelingen voor de komende 5 jaar?  Hoe ziet de post-corona samenleving eruit? Hoe beïnvloedt technologie de komende jaren samenleving en mens? Wat doet China op het gebied van tech?  Gaat de wereld van cryptovaluta nog het verschil maken? Hoe kan een log en oud bedrijf toch de digitale transformatie maken? Peter Hinssen is een ervaren ondernemer; auteur en keynote spreker op het gebied van innovatie, leiderschap en de impact van digitalisering op de maatschappij en het bedrijfsleven. Hij doceert onder andere aan de London Business School (UK) en ESMT in Berlijn. Peter heeft het bedrijf nexxworks opgericht om organisaties te helpenwendbaar te worden en hun plek te vinden in ‘The Day After Tomorrow’. Zijn meest recente boek heet: The Phoenix and the Unicorn.“Listening to the Future” is de podcast van Jarno Duursma, een Nederlandse technologie-expert, publicist, trendwatcher en spreker op het gebied van digitale technologie. In deze podcast kijkt hij samen met een gast naar de toekomst, door de lens van digitale technologie.ABONNEER JE OP DEZE PODCAST VIA APPLE OF SPOTIFY.

1hr 1min

1 Jun 2021

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#79 Peter Hinssen. De drie boeken die je moet gelezen hebben volgens technologie-ondernemer en keynote-speaker Peter Hinssen.

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Peter Hinssen (1969) is technologie-ondernemer en keynote-speaker. Hij heeft verschillende start-ups opgericht, geleid en soms weer verkocht. Hij is volgens iedereen die hem ooit één keer aan het werk heeft gezien véruit de beste spreker van ons land. Hij reist de wereld rond om te spreken en bedrijven kennis te laten maken met digitalisering en nieuwe technologieën. Hij geeft ook les aan verschillende businessscholen.  Ik heb gereden langs landelijke wegjes, velden, oneindige kasseistroken, om aan te komen op mijn bestemming, in Mater, een deelgemeente van Oudenaarde in Oost-Vlaanderen, in de buurt van waar Peter Hinssen woont. Hij had mij uitgenodigd in een kapel die hij gekocht heeft, schitterend ingericht als zijn werkplaats én privé-Apple museum. De naam van de kapel: de 'Apple Chapple'. In deze half-sacrale sfeer gingen we zitten, aan een tafel boven in de kapel. En vertelt Peter Hinssen over hoe hij als kind enorm veel las, in België én in Amerika, waar hij deels opgroeide. Over het boek dat zijn wereldbeeld voor altijd veranderde, een wereldbeeld waarin Europa en het Romeinse rijk centraal stond. Over deadlines, technologie en Apple natuurlijk. En over het boek dat hem inspireerde om zelf een bedrijf te beginnen.  In de uitgebreide shownotes vind je alle boeken en auteurs die we noemen in deze podcast. De drie boeken van Peter Hinssen zijn:  1. Douglas Adams: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy  2. Kevin Kelly: What Technology Wants  3. Peter Frankopan: The Silk Roads: A New History of the World

1hr 7mins

4 May 2021

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#082 Peter Hinssen, auteur The Phoenix and The Unicorn - Als het grootste bedrijf ter wereld kan transformeren, dan kun jij het ook!

Innovatie Wasstraat

In deze podcast is Peter Hinssen, ondernemer en schrijver van o.a. de Phoenix en de Unicorn te gast. We hebben het over waarom het goed is om mensen in je bedrijf te hebben die niet weten wat ze doen. Als iedereen weet waarmee hij bezig is, dan zet je niet genoeg in op innovatie. Je moet dingen doen die je nog nooit hebt gedaan. Leer in deze podcast waarom en hoe bedrijven moeten innoveren. Ga voor de shownotes van deze aflevering naar www.innovatiewasstraat.com/podcast. Wil je gratis lid worden van ons WhatsApp nieuws? Stuur een appje met je naam naar 06-11534039. Je blijft dan net als duizend anderen exclusief op de hoogte!

1hr 6mins

2 May 2021

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Episode 28: Peter Hinssen over de kracht van de phoenix, de implementatie van innovatie en de opportuniteiten van nieuwe markten.

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Peter Hinssen is founder of Nexxwork, een bedrijf dat andere bedrijven aanzet om na te denken en actie te ondernemen om als organisatie future-proof te worden. Hij is de vertaler van innovatie voor het grote publiek en doet dit onder andere door het schrijven van ondertussen 5 boeken, door het geven van keynotes, door te doceren aan de London Business school en MIT Sloan en door colums te schrijven voor De Tijd. Daarnaast zit hij in verschillende raden van bestuur en is hij een absolute Apple fan. We spraken hem in zijn Apple Chapel waar hij een verzameling aan oude Apple computers tentoonstelt.

1hr 7mins

1 Feb 2021

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Studio Shift 2020 - Morning Coffee with Peter Hinssen

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57mins

9 Nov 2020

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Peter Hinssen – The Day After Tomorrow

TotalPicture Podcast

Peter Hinssen - The Day After Tomorrow "Gravity is a Bitch." The Future of Work Series Continues (Encore Podcast)Peter HinssenPeter is a serial entrepreneur, Forbes contributor, LinkedIn Influencer, best-selling author and one of the most sought-after thought leaders on organizing for the Day After Tomorrow, radical innovation, leadership, and the impact of all things digital on society and business. He has given numerous keynote speeches around the world, among which those for Google Think Performance, Nimbus Ninety, Gartner, NEXT Berlin, Tedx, Apple, and  HR Tech World (now UNLEASH) in San Francisco. Peter is one of the founders of nexxworks and a bestselling author.Nexxworks was founded in 2014 by Hinssen. Peter and the Nexxworks team believe that many companies are not armed and ready for the disruption this will entail. That is why they are passionate about infusing radical innovation in incumbents to help them thrive in this age of networks.His latest book is titled The Day After Tomorrow In ‘The Day After Tomorrow’, Peter writes about an exponentially changing world and its consequences for organizations of Today. He introduces those pioneers who managed to move (way) beyond Tomorrow-thinking in innovation and were able to change the course of entire industries. Above all, he writes about the business models, the organizational cultures, the talent, the mindset and the technologies needed to maximize our chances for survival in the Day After Tomorrow.This is a book that will change how you look at your own future, and even that of your children.Welcome to our continuing Future of Work series podcasts. I'm your host, Peter Clayton. Joining me today for a Big Picture Channel Podcast on TotalPicture from Belgium is Peter HinssenTALKING POINTSPeter welcome. You began your presentation with a personal story relating to the very different career paths your grandfather and your father took, and how that influenced your life and career choices, could you share some of your backstory with us?However, initially you took you’re father’s path and went to work for a large company, Alcatel. Tell us about that experience.What is the significance and meaning of the title of your new book, The Day After Tomorrow?At times do you feel like Chicken Little? You know, the sky is falling and no one is paying attention?As someone who consults with global companies and travels all over the world, I’m curious, Peter, who gets it? Who understands your vision and the extraordinary pace of change and disruption that’s taking place?So I’m going to ask you some of the questions you pose in your book: Big Question #1: “Why is it almost impossible for large organizations to spot new and radical technologies quickly, and develop their potential? What explains this organizational blindness to new opportunities?”Big Question #2: Is a personal favorite, because how many times have we seen this —Yahoo? “Why are large corporations so eager to acquire new startups, and why are they capable of messing them up so profoundly in such a record time?”Big Question #3: (And you preface this by saying this is the most important reason you wrote The Day After Tomorrow’ - here we go… “How is it possible that large corporations – even when they understand their own challenges and the directions they need to take – are incapable of moving on their own, without external help and guidance?”And Big Question #4: (And I’m going to split this into several questions… First “How can corporations accelerate their ‘Day After Tomorrow’ thinking?Next, the Kodak question: Why do large organizations – that understand the fundamental challenges coming at them, because of disruptive technologies, business models or concepts – seem to be too paralyzed to move fast enough to respond?How can companies become agile in their ‘Day After Tomorrow’ thinking, and be successful in developing an approach that works?”

42mins

5 Sep 2020

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SAS Virtual Fridays - Thriving in the Never Normal #1 with Peter Hinssen and Pascal Coppens

SAS Podcast

The Never NormalIn this first podcast, Peter Hinssen explaines why we are entering the Never Normal, a time when nothing but uncertainty is certain and where we will need a to be able to thrive. VACINE is not a medicine here but an acronym for: Velocity, Agility, Creativity, Innovation, Networks and Experimentation. Pascal Coppens joins Peter and explains what we can learn from China, a country that seems at ease with responding to uncertainty in a fast and agile manner. He offers many inspiring practical examples and cases. Peter will start off by telling you somewhat more about what to expect from this podcast: enjoy!

23mins

9 Jul 2020

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SPOTLIGHT: The Day After Tomorrow with Peter Hinssen

The Gartner Talent Angle

*This interview was excerpted from our 2018 interview. Humankind is on the brink of an unprecedented technological transformation, and people and organizations that prepare properly have a massive opportunity ahead of them. Listen to Peter Hinssen, business school lecturer, futurist and author of The Day After Tomorrow as he discusses the technological changes that will fundamentally change how we work, how we live and how we relate to each other. 

21mins

5 May 2020

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What is the Role of HR in Driving and Enabling Innovation? Interview with Peter Hinssen

Digital HR Leaders with David Green

Unicorn startups are brilliant, but let's be honest, very few of us will become, found or work for one. Many people listening today will work for large companies struggling to keep themselves relevant for the ever changing customer. A handful of these companies are very good at reinvention.My guest on this week’s podcast is Peter Hinssen, and he calls these companies Phoenix companies. They are able to rethink themselves in cycles time and again, they rise from the ashes of the old and they come out stronger than ever before. How do they do this? What is the cultural leadership that drives this and what is the role of HR?Peter is a serial entrepreneur, advisor, keynote speaker and author of a fascinating new book, The Phoenix and The Unicorn. He is one of the most sought after thought leaders on radical innovation, leadership and the impact of all things digital on society and business.In our conversation, Peter and I discuss: Why organisations need to become better at focusing on the day after tomorrow The role of HR in enabling and driving innovation in their organisation What HR can learn from marketing when it comes to delivering on the employee experience and understanding its customers, in this case, employees Whether AI and automation is a threat or an opportunity for HRThis episode is a must listen for anyone, frankly, but HR and business leaders looking to develop their organisations, looking to develop their culture, enhance their leadership models and also to understand the role that HR can play in driving innovation within an organisation.Support for this podcast is brought to you by Crunchr. To learn more, visit https://www.crunchrapps.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

41mins

7 Apr 2020

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