Boundaryless Conversations Podcast

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Boundaryless Conversations Podcast is an ongoing exploration of the future of Platforms & Ecosystems. Here we explore new perspectives about how we organise at scale in a rapidly changing world. From Boundaryless SRL

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United States

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Boundaryless Conversations Podcast is an ongoing exploration of the future of Platforms & Ecosystems. Here we explore new perspectives about how we organise at scale in a rapidly changing world. From Boundaryless SRL

Language:

English


Episodes

S04 Ep. 09 Jocelynn Pearl – The best use case of Web3 so far: DeSci

2/6/2023
Jocelynn Pearl is a biotech scientist, podcaster, and company builder. She co-founded LabDAO, a web3 marketplace for life science research, and curates The DeSci Wiki, which tracks projects and DAOs in the web3 x science sector. She is also the host of the Lady Scientist Podcast and of the UltraRare The Podcast, a show featuring leaders in DeSci. DeSci or Decentralized Science (like the acronym DeFi for decentralized finance) expands some of the principles of blockchain technology and...

Duration:00:44:58

S04 Ep. 08 Thomas H. Davenport and Laks Srinivasan – Making AI-ready Organizations

1/23/2023
In this episode we talked to Tom Davenport and Laks Srinivasan from Return on AI Institute (ROAI) about how AI is empowering and challenging organizational models worldwide, and how the platform business model is often based on AI capabilities in the background. Tom is a world-renowned thought leader and author on AI. He is the President’s Distinguished Professor of Information Technology and Management at Babson College, as well as a fellow at the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, a...

Duration:00:58:08

S04 Ep. 07 Michael Zargham – Designing beyond the machine: Tokens, Blockchain & Contracts

1/9/2023
Michael Zargham, founder and CEO of BlockScience and Board Member of the Metagov Project, shares his views on how Blockchain and other emerging technologies are making new ways of organizing possible. Yet, Michael believes that, so far, we are not fully using the potential of these affordances to create something new. Smart contracts are becoming widespread, but does the relationship between crypto and organizing stop there? What’s next? Which new “non-familiar” possibilities of design will...

Duration:00:51:11

S04 Ep. 06 Joe Justice – Working at a Musk Company: Modularity, Innovation and Cash flow

12/26/2022
The guest of this episode is Joe Justice. Joe is a legend of Agile and helped implement Agile across the world in more than 20 countries. He has led Agile practices at incredible companies like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Boeing, Tesla, Toyota, NEC, and KDDI. In the early 2010s, his passion for mechanical engineering led him to found Wikispeed, a not so usual open source car manufacturing company that pioneered the implementation of Agile practices in manufacturing, became a global sensation,...

Duration:01:06:26

S4 Ep. 5 Raphael Ouzan – Growing and evolving organizations through Cloud Teams

12/12/2022
According to our guest Raphael Ouzan, next year's big thing is: “cloud-based teams”. Companies are having an increasingly hard time hiring the right people to work on their most pressing problems and opportunities for development. To overcome this, Raphael has founded A.Team, the world’s first cloud-team formation platform, that enables companies to form, manage, and scale external, remote teams, instantly. Its TeamGraph connects highly-skilled thousands of the top product builders in an...

Duration:00:53:37

S04 Ep. 04 Alicia Juarrero - The Biological Reality of Organizing

11/28/2022
Alicia Juarrero is founder and president of VectorAnalytica with a doctorate in philosophy from the University of Miami, where she is also currently a research associate. She is the author of the book Dynamics in Action (2008), and the upcoming Context Changes Everything (2023), both at MIT Press. We've all heard about how organizations are like natural organisms, but is that really true? And if it is, how can we get inspired from nature in designing and understanding them? In this...

Duration:00:49:27

S4 Ep.03 Casey Winters - Design, Growth & Evolution of Product Organizations

11/14/2022
Casey Winters is a growth advisor and operator that helps companies scale. Casey is a legend of product growth and marketplaces, and, among many other things, he’s an advisor and operator that helps companies deal with the problem of scale. Most recently, Casey was the Chief Product Officer at Eventbrite: before that he had tremendous experience working for and advising companies such as Grubhub, Pinterest, Airbnb, Canva, Thumbtack, Reddit, Hipcamp, Faire and many others. Casey also is a...

Duration:00:50:56

S4 Ep.02 Bonnitta Roy - Post-Formal Actors inside Organizations: from Deviants to Lifeboats

10/31/2022
Bonnitta Roy is a pioneer in education. She’s the founder of Alderlore Insight Center, the POP-UP School, and C-LABS. She teaches insight practices for individuals who are developing meta-cognitive skills, (ed: thinking about thinking) and hosts collective insight retreats for groups interested in breaking away from typical limiting patterns of thought. In addition, she also teaches a masters course in consciousness studies and trans-personal psychology at the Graduate Institute. As an...

Duration:00:45:53

S4 Ep.01 Chase Chapman - Modularity, Autonomy and Agreements: the future of DAOs and Orgs

10/17/2022
Chase Chapman is a DAO researcher at Metropolis, focused on exploring how DAOs will shape the way humans think about and engage in work. She is an angel investor, host of “On the Other Side”, a podcast exploring the human side of web3, and spends most of her time collaborating with and writing about DAOs. DAOs - Decentralized Autonomous Organizations - represents one of the most interesting concepts in the blockchain enabled space. A DAO is a self-governing organization that is independent...

Duration:00:51:50

The Boundaryless Conversations Podcast is back with Season 4

10/5/2022
The Boundaryless Conversations Podcast is the podcast where pioneers, thinkers, and entrepreneurs talk about the future of business models, organizations, markets, and society. With Simone Cicero and Stina Heikkila (and other occasional co-hosts) you will explore the future of Platforms & Ecosystems and discover the newly emerging perspectives on how we organize at scale in a rapidly changing world. The Boundaryless Conversations Podcast is for those who are trying to reinvent their...

Duration:00:01:10

Respond to our Podcast Community Survey!

8/17/2022
We are soon about to launch the 4th season of the Podcast. Before doing so, we would like to explore with our community the value you perceive from the podcast, how to improve it and how to make it more sustainable on our side. We’re proud to have released 62 Episodes so far in three series, interviewing key voices that are shaping the way we build scalable, ecosystemic, and platform-based organizations: we now kindly ask you to share your feedback to help us move forward. Please fill out...

Duration:00:01:14

S3 Ep.20 Gigi Levy Weiss – Investing in Platforms today: Learning, Data drivenness, and Web3

8/1/2022
A Founding Partner at NFX, Gigi heads up NFX Israel and is widely known as one of the most prolific investors in the region. Gigi has founded several startups, including Playtika, Beach Bum (acquired by Voodoo), InceptionVR and Ridge. He was also the CEO of 888 Holdings, one of the world's leading online gaming companies, and a Division President of Amdocs, a leading billing and CRM provider. In 2014, Gigi was appointed to Facebook's EMEA Client Advisory Council. In 2015 he joined the...

Duration:01:06:26

S3 Ep.19 Sangeet Choudary – Composability beyond software: building ecosystemic portfolios

7/18/2022
Sangeet Choudary is a returning guest to the show, and in this episode we unpack some key insights from his latest work – ‘The Building Blocks Thesis’. Sangeet Paul Choudary is the founder of Platformation Labs and the best-selling author of Platform Revolution and Platform Scale. He has advised the leadership of more than 30 of the Fortune 500 firms and has been selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Sangeet's work on platforms has been selected by Harvard Business...

Duration:00:58:58

S3 Ep. 18 Lisa Gill – Looking Beyond Teal

7/8/2022
Lisa Gill is an organisational self-management coach and trainer with Tuff Leadership Training. She was included in the Thinkers50 Radar 2020 for her work with self-managing teams. Lisa is also the host of the Leadermorphosis podcast, for which she has interviewed thought leaders and practitioners from all over the world about the future of work, and the author of 'Moose Heads on the Table: Stories About Self-Managing Organisations from Sweden' (2020). Tune in to this episode as we...

Duration:00:55:44

S3 Ep. 18 Lisa Gill – Looking Beyond Teal

7/4/2022
Lisa Gill is an organisational self-management coach and trainer with Tuff Leadership Training. She was included in the Thinkers50 Radar 2020 for her work with self-managing teams. Lisa is also the host of the Leadermorphosis podcast, for which she has interviewed thought leaders and practitioners from all over the world about the future of work, and the author of 'Moose Heads on the Table: Stories About Self-Managing Organisations from Sweden' (2020). Tune in to this episode as we...

Duration:00:56:57

S3 Ep. 17 Trach – DAOs are Orgs: Moving at the speed of trust (in a trustless environment)

6/20/2022
Today we're joined by Tracheopteryx - or Trach - Pioneer of decentralized governance, operations, and compensation systems. Trach is co-founder of Coordinape and previous contributor to yearn finance. In this conversation, we delve into what DAOs are and why the future lies in this framework. We also talk about the connection between ownership and decision making, striving for a 'trustless' infrastructure, why we might not see companies like Apple or Google 'go DAO' soon, the role of...

Duration:00:54:11

S3 Ep. 16 Rob Solomon – Building permissionless Ecosystems: Data and infrastructure at DIMO

6/6/2022
Today we’re joined by former guest to the show, Rob Solomon, a cofounder at DIMO, a blockchain enabled IoT protocol for mobility. His background is in finance, investing, and organizational design. Most recently, he worked at Consensys, the largest Ethereum focused development company, with a focus on finance, internal economics, and decentralizing the organization. Prior to that, he was at Vroom, a pioneer in the online used-car marketplace sector. He started his career at the Downtown...

Duration:00:48:27

S3 Ep. 15 Phoebe Tickell – Growing Institutional Imagination Capacity and Collective Intelligence in a Complex World

5/23/2022
Phoebe Tickell is a biologist and systems thinker developing methodologies and approaches suited for a better world. She is an innovator with a background in the biological sciences, technology, social entrepreneurship and systems design. She left the scientific academy with the knowledge that an understanding of complex systems could be applied to real world pressing issues and that bridges were needed to stretch from theory to practice. She works across multiple societal contexts applying...

Duration:00:58:05

S3 Ep. 14 Adam Jackson – Developing and Investing in Web3 Networks: Double Clicking on Braintrust

5/9/2022
Podcast notes Adam Jackson founded Braintrust — the world’s first user-controlled talent platform — which aligns incentives, removes expensive middlemen and gives value and control back to talent and organizations. Prior to founding Braintrust, Adam co-founded Doctor on Demand, the popular video telemedicine provider, with daytime talk show personality Dr. Phil. Other notable ventures include DriverSide, a marketplace that connects car owners with mechanics, which was acquired by Advance...

Duration:00:48:53

S3 Ep. 13 Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt – The ‘Good’ and the ‘Bad’ organization: an ethics perspective

4/25/2022
Today we find out how to bridge philosophy, psychology and management science to understand how businesses can enable a "good society". We are joined by two experts in this field, Antoinette Weibel and Otti Vogt to find out what questions we need to be asking. Professor Dr. Antoinette Weibel is full professor for human resource management at the University of St. Gallen. She is President of the Executive Committee of the Institute for Systemic Management and Public Governance at the...

Duration:01:03:19