The Power of Music Thinking with Christof Zürn is a bi-weekly podcast on Spotify, Apple or wherever you listen to your podcast.
About The Power of Music Thinking
Creative Companion, Management Consultant, Service Designer and Musicologist/Musician Christof Zürn takes you inside the minds of some of the world’s most exciting people ‘AND Musicians’. Professionals that in some or other way use music, musical principles, instruments and techniques to work meaningful together. Or in short, the podcast for People with a musical heart and a wicked job.
From deep listening to developing a creative mindset for innovation, using instruments to better connect with each other and letting people see the big picture, one thing is for sure: you will hear and see patterns in your personal or business life and think from different perspectives at the same time.
In the first episodes of the bi-weekly podcast, you can expect insights about the music thinking framework, conversations with Roy Scheerder Co-founder of the dutch cooperative Faebric, R. Michael Hendrix Partner & Global Design Director at design and innovation company IDEO, Panos A. Panay Senior Vice President for Global Strategy & Innovation at Berklee College of Music and Steve Keller Sonic Strategy Director at leading music and podcast discovery platform Pandora.
Also, listen to Nifemi Aluko, Founder and CEO of kpakpakpa and author of the book Press Play, Music as a catalyst for change, Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Stark – teacher and researcher specialised in organisational and community psychology and visiting fellow at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam or Sharon Stewart – creator of sound works, musician, poet, researcher, piano teacher and deep listener.
Expect new conversations in the coming weeks! Will be published bi-weekly on Wednesday:
– Music and the Brain with Artur Jaschke from ArtEZ
– Cross-pollination in leadership with Ilkka Mäkitalo from howspace
– The Thrills of business with Padraic McMahon, Hubspot, Ex-Google, LinkedIn
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