An Innovation Podcast
We have launched The Secret Source of Innovation a podcast where we invite future thinkers, innovators, change makers and creative minds to share their passion, achievements and hurdles on the way to innovation.
Our top-class speakers
Prof. Eric van Hippel at Harvard
We kick off our Science Talks with the Godfather of Innovation, Eric van Hippel. Eric coined the term Open and User Innovation. Eric is a Professor at the MIT Sloan School of Management, founder of the OUI (Open User Innovation) conference, and just recently started a YouTube project called User Innovation, in which he in brief addresses certain Innovation topics! Eric was Johann’s co-supervisor when Johann wrote his thesis. Enjoy what a lifetime of Innovation sounds like.
“The truth about User Innovation” now on Spotify, Google or Apple Podcasts.
Florian Baumgartner President International at Vista Print
HYVE CEO Johann Füller and Florian Baumgartner met at the Sound Department in Munich and talked about innovation strategies, innovation ecosystems and what conditions must be in place to quickly test new solutions and ideas and bring them to market.
“Innovation Strategy à la Amazon & Vista Print” now on Spotify, Google or Apple Podcasts.
Prof. Henry Chesbrough at Luiss Guido Carli University
HYVE’s CEO Johann Füller talks with Prof. Henry Chesbrough, how Open Business Models really work, the impact of Open Innovation, how Start-up collaboration can speed up innovation initiatives, and about the next big thing in the innovation landscape.
“Henry Chesbrough: Choosing the right tools for true Open Innovation” now on Spotify, Google or Apple Podcasts.
And many more
“How to manage sustainable innovation” with CEO of be-terna Bernd Lang
“Getting started in the Metaverse” with HYVE’s metaverse experts Michael Maier, Felix Stich & Florian Then
“Tell us a story, Pitch Professor” with Daniel Cronin
“How to transform innovative concepts into scalable service and product innovations” with Konstantin Mihov
“Global Innovation Management and Idea Contests” with Mark Aspinall-Paul