Modular Strategies with Rikkert Achtereekte

Modular strategies with Rikkert Achtereekte

My guest today is Rikkert Achtereekte, customer director of sales and electronic musician. Rikkert works for the IT engineering company Schuberg Philis, which focuses on mission-critical processes. And Rikkert is a composer and performer of electronic music and gets together with some friends for a bi-monthly improvisation session on modular synthesizers. Rikkert shares insights about […]

The Instrument with a Smile with Dagan Bernstein – Ukulele

Ukulele - the instrument with a smile. A conversation with Dagan Bernstein

Today we are in Hawaii. We speak with Ukulele Player Dagan Bernstein, a teacher and musician passionate about designing and leading innovative educational experiences. Dagan is currently serving as Capstone Coordinator at an independent K-12 international boarding school in Hawaii with additional expertise in mathematics, music, and digital media instruction.  We speak about collaboration in […]

Bringing people together with music thinking

Virtual Campfire with Tony Martignetti

A good way of bringing people and things together is to think of everything as an instrument. The music thinking framework allows you to think of all your different work tools, templates, or canvases as instruments. This is an effective way to bring collaboration into the workplace the same way musicians do it. Join Tony […]

The Sound of Nature with Hélène Seiyu Codjo – Shakuhachi

Shakuhachi - the sound of nature

Today you can listen to a conversation with Helene Seiyu Codjo and the sound of the shakuhachi. Helene is a shakuhachi performer, composer and teacher.  “In the single tone of the shakuhachi, the whole of nature can be heard whispering its secrets.” Dean Seicho Del Bene We talk about the first memorable concert (there is […]

Waarde over consistentie

Podcast MAsters Podcast met Christof Zürn over The Power of Music Thinking

The Dutch Podcast Masters Podcast is a series of episodes were podcast producers are interviewed to inspire listening and podcasting. We talk about the story of The Power of Music Thinking and how the podcast relates to the book. You hear why the episodes differ between 30 and 90 minutes. How to connect with international […]

EINE ANALOGIE ZUR LÖSUNG KOMPLEXER PROBLEME

LEA Podcast - Music Thinking - eine Analogie zur Lösung komplexer Probleme (Christof Zürn)

In the (German-speaking) LEA podcast “Developing Organisations” you get hundreds of tips on what you can do to make (your) company better. That’s a promise by Christina Grubendorfer – an organisational consultant, moderator and podcaster. But not only that. You will be immersed in anything but superficial conversations. Every encounter with their guests is full […]

Performing in Japan with Björn Eichstädt

Performing in Japan with Björn Eichstädt

Today we are in München, Germany, talking to Björn Eichstädt, Managing Partner & Co-Owner of Storymaker and publisher of the digital magazine “J-BIG – Japan Business in Germany”. He studied Neurobiology and was active in experimental music in the 1990s and 2000s.  Björn takes us on a trip to Japan. From J-Horror Films, Japanese Spirits, […]

Finding your Side B with Paula White

Finding your Side B with Paula White

Today we are in New Albany, Ohio. We speak with Paula White, a globally recognized sales leader, leadership coach and author of the book Side B: Remix Your Leadership Style. We talk about how music can (re)charge the way you are leading and how leaders can work on their behavioural traits based on music principles. […]

Talking about the book with Xenia

Talking about the Book with Xenia

Today we switch roles: Christof asked his daughter Xenia to ask him anything about the new book: The Power of Music Thinking. Because Xenia was already a collaborator on the Jam Cards, a pre-reader of the new book and worked with her dad for many years, she can ask questions no one else could or […]