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In the past two decades, there’s has been a paradigm shift in the way companies must operate and strategize in order to stay competitive and scale further. New business models have evolved, and simultaneously businesses that were seemingly rock solid have been disrupted by ones that didn’t exist a decade ago. So, what does it take to nurture a culture of constant innovation? What does it take to shape an organization - one that is deeply rooted to be profitable in the present, yet nimble to tackle an onslaught from next gen competitors? To know, tune in to the Business.Next podcast hosted by Govindraj Ethiraj on BloombergQuint.com or IVM Podcasts.

In the past two decades, there’s has been a paradigm shift in the way companies must operate and strategize in order to stay competitive and scale further. New business models have evolved, and simultaneously businesses that were seemingly rock solid have been disrupted by ones that didn’t exist a decade ago. So, what does it take to nurture a culture of constant innovation? What does it take to shape an organization - one that is deeply rooted to be profitable in the present, yet nimble to tackle an onslaught from next gen competitors? To know, tune in to the Business.Next podcast hosted by Govindraj Ethiraj on BloombergQuint.com or IVM Podcasts.
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In the past two decades, there’s has been a paradigm shift in the way companies must operate and strategize in order to stay competitive and scale further. New business models have evolved, and simultaneously businesses that were seemingly rock solid have been disrupted by ones that didn’t exist a decade ago. So, what does it take to nurture a culture of constant innovation? What does it take to shape an organization - one that is deeply rooted to be profitable in the present, yet nimble to tackle an onslaught from next gen competitors? To know, tune in to the Business.Next podcast hosted by Govindraj Ethiraj on BloombergQuint.com or IVM Podcasts.

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English


Episodes

Segment 1 (Jason Jennings)

5/21/2019
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Jason Jennings is a researcher and one of the most successful and prolific business and leadership authors in the world. His Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Business Week and New York Times bestsellers include books like "It's Not The Big That Eat The Small, It's The Fast That Eat The Slow" and more recently the well-known book "The High-Speed Company" which tackles the subject of creating cultures of urgency and growth that are able to compete in a nanosecond world. In this segment we...

Duration:00:27:10

Segment 2 (Kevin Freiberg)

5/13/2019
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Kevin Freiberg is the Author of worldwide best seller – ‘Nuts!: Southwest Airlines' Crazy Recipe for Business and Personal Success’. Govindraj Ethiraj speaks with Kevin about the factors that have been instrumental for Southwest Airlines to remain continuously profitable for the last five decades. They discuss key-success-factors that can be emulated by competitors and other industries and also factors that can’t be emulated easily without a fundamental shift in the way organizations...

Duration:00:25:24

Segment 1 (Kevin Freiberg)

5/6/2019
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Kevin Freiberg is the author of worldwide bestsellers like Nuts, Guts and Boomand the Co-Founder of the successful management consulting and professional speaking firm, San Diego Consulting Group Inc (SDCG). Govindraj Ethiraj speaks with Kevin about the need to drive innovation not just for growth but also for survival. Today, innovation is key if you are to succeed as a CEO, a business leader or for that matter even as a young professional setting out into the workforce. You can listen to...

Duration:00:22:05

Ep. 00: Introduction

4/30/2019
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In the past two decades, there has been a paradigm shift in the way companies must operate and strategize in order to stay competitive and scale further. New business models have evolved, and simultaneously businesses that were seemingly rock solid have been disrupted by ones that didn’t exist a decade ago. So, what does it take to nurture a culture of constant innovation? What does it take to shape an organization - one that is deeply rooted to be profitable in the present, yet nimble to...

Duration:00:01:03