Season 1, Episode 3 · 4 months ago
Play Bold: The Excellence of innovation José Pires
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Mr. José Pires give his perspective of the “I love myself” wall, what it felt like to be confronted by his new Japanese boss on his first day at Sony, who demanded that he generate 100 new ideas each week, and how Nestlé became one of the most innovative companies in the world. Listen to Magnus Penker’s guest Mr. José Pires, a seasoned former executive who has advised several of the world's most reputed organizations, as he describes his humoristic take on life, the game-changing challenges he had to overcome, and the wisdom he acquired along the way. Welcome to humor, culture clashes, growth, mistakes, success, and the brutal truth about corporate innovation.
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