Stories Connecting Dots with Markus Andrezak

Stories Connecting Dots with Markus Andrezak
A business podcast with Markus Andrezak and friends

26: Timo Lutter - Covid-19 „milder“ Verlauf, Viren und Gesundheitssysteme
Mar 25 • 52 min
Ich spreche mit einem Paar in Oslo, das Covid-19 in einem „milden“ Verlauf durchlebt. Schon der ist wesentlich offenbar unangenehmer als eine gewöhnliche Influenza. Timo ist Mikrobiologe und Virologe und so können wir noch einiges mehr zur Pandemie…
25. Peter Bihr, Corona, a golf cart, a surf board and visa extension
Mar 20 • 34 min
My friend and colleague wanted to attend a wedding in the UA and thought it might be good idea to have vacations in Costa Rica on the way to the US. But then Corona hit us. And now he is stranded in the paradise of a little fisher ans surf village in…
24 - Markus Andrezak, Henning Wolf: Strategie Machen!
Jan 19 • 60 min
Henning Wolf hat mich im Hotelzimmer bei einer Konferenz interviewt. Es geht um mein Thema Nummer eins, neben Produkt: Strategie Machen! Wir erklären, was an Strategie kaputt ist und wie man es fixen kann. Wir erklären, was die drei relevanten Ebenen in…
23: Dan Vacanti - Rightsizing
Mar 4, 2019 • 72 min
Dan Vacanti argues that in a complex product development environment, right sizing things for early customer feedback is the best strategy for prioritization.
22: Jabe Bloom & Marc Burgauer - Designing Systems Pt. II
Jan 28, 2019 • 57 min
Jabe Bloom and Marc Burgauer tell us about the problem with Big Data and the expectation to the product the future. A second big topic is Autonomy vs. Agency.
21: Jabe Bloom and Marc Burgauer - Designing Systems
Dec 13, 2018 • 62 min
Jabe Bloom of Praxisflow and Marc Burgauer and me sat together in a hotel room and recorded two hours of content on designing systems. Lots of theory, lots of application. Temporality is a huge thing here. Find out how and why!
20 - Matthew E. May: Winning The Brain Game
Oct 28, 2018 • 103 min
Matthew E. May in a true martial arts style, discusses 7 flaws of the brain in solving problems, Lean at Toyota, Frameworks and much more.
19: Norbert Haller - e-Bike Design Pionier
Oct 9, 2018 • 82 min
Norbert Haller designed seit 20 Jahren e-Bikes. Damals waren e-Bikes Leidenschaft und noch kein großer Markt. Er erklärt uns seine Arbeit und die Marktgesetze.
18: Christian Riedel - Über Story Telling
May 6, 2018 • 74 min
Story Telling hilft uns dabei, besser zusammenzuarbeiten und auf vielen Wegen unsere Firma netter und erfolgreicher zu machen. Christian Riedel von Growth by Story - ein professioneller Story Teller - erklärt uns warum das so ist.
17: Courtney Hemphill - Psychological Safety at Work
Mar 30, 2018 • 52 min
Courtney Hemphill cares about improving the work conditions of her co-employes as much as at her clients. Psychological safety is a prerequisite. Courtney tells us about her observations and approach.
16: Roman Pichler - Strategize
Mar 4, 2018 • 94 min
This episode is all about product strategy. Our guest is Roman Pichler. He introduces us to his way of doing product strategy as described in his latest book “Strategize”.
15. - Fridtjof Detzner: Founders Valley
Jan 26, 2018 • 80 min
Fridtjof Detzner erzählt uns von seinen Erfahrungen bei den Dreharbeiten für “Founders Valley” in aller Welt und welche Denkprozesse und Veränderungen diese bei ihm ausgelöst haben.
14 - Christopher Avery: The Responsibility Process
Dec 12, 2017 • 98 min
This Episode is on The Responsibility Process - a model that is driven and taught by Christopher Avery. Christopher explains the model which is a hardwired sequence of mental states, humans go through when facing problem (often self created): Denial,…
13 - Peter Bihr: Shenzhen - A future of unlimited speed
Oct 27, 2017 • 45 min
Peter Bihr, tells the tale of Shenzhen, where hardware is software is hardware. And where cycle time is close to zero. An excursion into one of the futures that are already present. Anot just as a Gibson-eqsue Blade-Runner-like-fantasy but in the real…
12: Peter Bihr - Ethics in the IoT / Thingscon
Jul 23, 2017 • 67 min
Peter Bihr on his life, job and especially his engagement in trying to define boundaries of ethics in the Internet oF Things
11: John Cutler - Writing and Thinking on Product work
Jun 25, 2017 • 55 min
The hardest writing man in the digital product business - John Cutler - talks shop and product philosophy. With a special bonus on process innovation for scaling towards the end.
10: Denise Jacobs - Banish Your Inner Critic , Do Your Best Work
Jun 5, 2017 • 89 min
Denise Jacobs tells us how to unleash our creativity to do our best work. Also: How did she herself find the way towards her best work and finally to writing her latest, great book “Banish your inner critic!”
9: Jan Chipchase - Field Studies & What to do Next
May 14, 2017 • 61 min
Jan Chichase knows all about design in its original sense of creating and the necessary user and field research. He created the idea of pop up studios for research in local and really remote areas. Ultimately, we talk about his 7 year journey and process…
8 - Stefan Roock & Henning Wolf / it-agile - Agile Geschichte in Deutschland
May 7, 2017 • 116 min
Stefan Roock und Henning wolf, die beiden Geschäftsführer von it-agile erzählen uns über die Geschichte von Agil in Deutschland: Vom Anfang bis heute.
7: Jeff Patton - User Story Maps and discovering great products
Apr 16, 2017 • 87 min
Jeff Patton tells us all about the history and use of his concept of Story Maps and how to get to great products.
6: Luke Hohmann - Serious Games / Innovation Games
Mar 26, 2017 • 110 min
Luke Hohmann on his concept of serious games. How do serious games help collaborate in complex situations?
5: Dave Gray - Liminal Thinking
Mar 5, 2017 • 57 min
Dave Gray on his study of human behaviour in situations of change. How can we better cope with change. what do we ourselves have to change?
4: sipgate - eine Gründungs- und Erfolgsgeschichte
Feb 13, 2017 • 80 min
Tim Moos und Jens Goldmann von sipgate führen uns durch die Geschichte ihrer Firma von der Gründung bis heute. Startup-Gefühle in echt!
3: Michael Foley - Process Theory & Henri Bergson
Jan 27, 2017 • 89 min
Michael Foley on process theory and especially Henry Bergson. How everything is in flow and how that helps us live with ease in complex situations.
2: Jeff Sussna - Designing Delivery
Jan 8, 2017 • 86 min
Jeff Susana - author of the book “Designing Delivery” - on the theories behind his book and how they help us collaborate.Also: What has cybernetics got to do with it?
1: Klaus Leopold - Kanban und Methoden zerstören
Dec 19, 2016 • 82 min
In der ersten Episode des Podcasts erzählt und Klaus Leopold über seinen Ansatz von Kanban und wie an damit Unternehmen, nicht nur Teams, agilisiert.