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Can we explain the workings of the business world with more than marketing blah blah blah? Campus 10178 is Germany’s #1 podcast on the business research behind business practice. Brought to you each month by business school ESMT Berlin, the 45-minute show brings together top scholars, executives, and policymakers to discuss today’s hottest topics in leadership, innovation, and analytics. Campus 10178 – Where education meets business.
 
The Second Studio is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, the show covers a wide array of subjects with humor and honesty and features a variety of creative professionals in unscripted and more personal conversations.
 
Get an inside look at how top business schools assess MBA applicants. Interviews with MBA Admissions Directors and students from the world's top-ranked MBA programs. Strategies and tips on how to craft a successful MBA application and best present yourself. Straight talk on how to get accepted to the world's top MBA programs. Get a free, expert profile review at https://touchmba.com
 
Alanis Business Academy is devoted to providing universal access to a quality business education. In addition to accessing hundreds of lectures through YouTube, listeners can learn a variety of business concepts directly on their mobile device. Studying for an exam, or perhaps looking to learn something new? The Alanis Business Academy Podcast, hosted by Matthew Alanis, will explore some of the well known--and lesser known--areas of business.
 
The intent of this podcast is for you to be inspired by people just like you that have effectively discovered and used digital tools to create the life they want. They don’t just use digital tools through obligation (e.g. I have to have a website, I have to be online....). They have discovered the real power of digital, they see it clearly for what it is intended, to make their lives and those that are connected with them, better. Each podcast is an interview with someone doing great things ...
 
Business and life lessons for kids and parents, together! In this fun educational show, Keoni (the son) and Pat (the dad) talk about growing up, coming up with creative business ideas, and all of the tests and challenges that can keep us from becoming the best person we can be. Keoni loves science, reading, creative building, problem solving, and video games like Minecraft and Fortnite. Pat loves business, writing, podcasting, blogging, STEM education, project based learning, Back to the Fut ...
 
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This week David and Marina share their thoughts on Renzo Piano's Academy Museum of Motion Pictures in Los Angeles and Pompidou Center, the relationship between beauty and structure, and architecture books that are important to them. Francoise Choay's Urbanism, Utopias, and Realities Gombrich's The Story of Art Francis Ching Gaston Bachelard's Poetr…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Robert Yuen, Co-founder and CEO of Monograph to discuss his long term vision to help the industry; the growth of the company over the last year; the importance of tracking data in an architecture office; new key features; the similarities and differences between running a tech company and architecture practi…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about their recent trip to the big island of Hawaii! The two discuss the 'local' architecture, food, landscapes, beaches, the pace of Hawaii, hiking down into a volcano, snorkeling with manta rays, and more! This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts •…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Architect Scott Utterstrom, Principal at XTEN Architecture to discuss his journey into Architecture; studying abroad in Copenhagen; why he chose to pursue a Masters degree in architecture; leading an office; XTEN’s design process and principles; and more. This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miel…
 
European banks and investors can bring capital and credit to African SMEs. According to the World Bank, small and medium enterprises (SMEs) play vital roles in economies worldwide. Some 90 percent of businesses are SMEs, and SMEs are 50 percent of the world’s employers. In Africa, the number is even higher, with SMEs providing 80 percent of its job…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about Scrabble, employees versus employers, the value of experience, becoming less critical of architecture and others, when Marina met David, why David took an extra year in architecture school, design independence, and toxic learning environments. The two also answer listener questions: What should I …
 
This week David and Marina are joined by theatre designer, planner and lighting designer Michael Ferguson, Founding Principal, TheatreDNA to discuss his background and expertise; the magic of theatres; the various types of theatres; his experience working with famous architecture practices and architects; the coordination, professional relationship…
 
This week David and Marina discuss The Line. The Line is a city proposal by Neom development and the Saudi Arabian Government. The two cover the video presentation of the project, its sustainability claims, its impact on the natural environment, its livability, utopian projects, branding, and more. https://www.dezeen.com/2022/07/26/neon-170-kilomet…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Architect Andrés Duany, FAIA, one of the founders of the Congress for New Urbanism, and Co-Founder of DPZ CoDesign to discuss new urbanism; his appearance on the Tucker Carlson Fox show; the importance of understanding an audience; Seaside, Florida and how it embodies principles of new urbanism; the current …
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about Bastille Day, national anthems, Nutella (and why it's pretentious), chocolate in France and the United States, cupcakes, San Francisco's Ferry Building, creating nice spaces, listener questions, and more. This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcast…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Architecture Workers United (AWU) Members Andrew Daley, Associate Organizer at IAMAW and Jennifer Siqueira, Project Architect at Bernheimer Architecture to discuss their involvement with the AWU; the fundamentals of unions and how to start one; the state of unionization in the profession; the pros and cons o…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about silly dream house requests, communicating with concerned clients, losing interest in the current architecture, defining one's own style, complacency caused by design blogs what it's like starting one own's office, David and Marina's work process, losing hand-drawing skills, and more. This episode …
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Architect Greg Warner, Principal and Founder of Walker Warner Architects to discuss growing up in Hawaii and its influence on his professional career; co-founding his office and its growth; working in Hawaii; the responsibilities of a principal and the importance of leadership; his philosophy and approach to…
 
Bridget Pujals shares lessons learned from her MBA application journey, culminating in admits to Harvard, Wharton ($70K scholarship), UCLA Anderson ($100K scholarship), and Berkeley Haas ($175K scholarship). She will attend UC Berkeley Haas this Fall. While her results are spectacular, Bridget took the GRE three times, and spent two years researchi…
 
This week David and Marina discuss how to prepare for undergraduate architecture school. The two cover learning different skills and tools such as software programs, sculpture, drawing, and painting; learning about construction; common challenges students face; architectural education in general; dealing with negativity in the profession of archite…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Pulitzer Prize-winning Architectural Critic and Author Paul Goldberger to discuss his journey to becoming an architectural critic; the importance of critics, their role in society and the challenges of being one; adapting to the digital age; his critiquing process; the state of architecture today; and more. …
 
“The most frustrating part I have found is the vast amount of information about schools, applications, and chances that is out there. It’s been hard to sift through all the noise and really figure out what schools are good for you and what your actual chances are.” – Margaret, USA Feel the same way? Trust me, you’re not alone. We’ve helped over 3,5…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about car designs, the bottleneck for designers, communication skills, David's idea for an email plugin, misinformation surrounding architecture, learning to market your work (01:18:27), and more. This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouTube • …
 
This week David and Marina are joined by architect Tom Kundig, owner and design principal of Olson Kundig to discuss his childhood amongst artists and architects; mountain climbing, skiing and a near-death experience; his philosophy and positive outlook on life; the practice and his partnership with Jim Olson; architectural processes, tools and his…
 
While we can study the fundamentals of entrepreneurship, successful opportunities demand real-world risks outside the walls of academia. Renato Beninatto is the co-author of The General Theory of the Translation Company and the co-founder and advisor at Nimdzi Insights, a think-tank and consulting company that focuses on growth strategies for local…
 
This week David and Marina discuss undergraduate architecture thesis projects and studios, covering the differences between thesis projects, capstone projects, and dissertations; how to select a thesis topic; how to choose the right studio/professor; the value of doing a thesis; the unique challenges of thesis; and more. This episode is supported b…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by Mitchell Joachim, PhD, Associate Professor, NYU and Co-Founder, Terreform ONE to discuss the complexities of urban design; the role of the urban designer; the real-life applications of his research; financing projects; cricket farms; and more! This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphiso…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual talk about their recent trip to France; the architecture of Paris; local and global design aesthetics; homogeneity and diversity of different cities; the 'traveling abroad mindset'; the urbanism of small towns; David's strange infatuation with the Eiffel Tower; cars in France; 'local' cuisine (1:48:50); and …
 
This week David and Marina are joined by architect and entrepreneur Matthias Hollwich, Founding Principal of HWKN and Co-founder of Architizer, to discuss his upbringing in Germany; working for high-profile offices such as DS+R, OMA, and Eisenman Architects; taking a break from architecture; co-founding Architizer during the 2008 recession; HWKN’s …
 
Technology should serve the people, requiring trust that our core values will be protected in this new domain. In episode #19 of Campus 10178, the ESMT Berlin podcast, we share an ESMT Open Lecture held on March 2, 2022 with Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, director of the Digital Society Institute (DSI) at ESMT Berlin. Using diverse examples from her vast expe…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual chat about perceptions of European countries; 'planning' a trip to France and Marina's 'French' comfort foods(26:30); why architecture projects are stressful and personal (01:01:10); and more! This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouTube • Spotify C…
 
This week David and Marina are joined by interior architect and designer Jamie Bush, Principal and Founder of Jamie Bush + CO. to discuss growing up with designers, photographers, and artists; studying Architecture abroad in Venice; transitioning into interior architecture; the disconnect between architects and interior designers; differentiating b…
 
This week David and Marina have a casual conversation about the practice of architecture, SCI-Arc's Basecamp panel, architectural education, libraries, favorite teen bands, how architecture is understood by the general public, and going dairy free. This episode is supported by Brizo • Monograph • Miele • Graphisoft SUBSCRIBE • Apple Podcasts • YouT…
 
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