Boss Level Podcast

Boss Level is a podcast on people and organizations aiming for the boss level. Boss level is the status a person or an organization achieves by making a better quality of life for themselves and others by doing what they need to do regardless of all the haters and obstacles out there.

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      episode 55: Kaisa Hietala on changing the oil industry


      My guest for this episode is Kaisa Hietala, who's working as an executive vice president for renewable products at Neste. Neste currently makes half of its profits from renewable products and the shift towards this state has been made during the last 10 years. We talk about changing the oil industry inside. What have been the most important lessons Kaisa has learned during her years at Neste? What kind of journey has the developing renewable product line been? Has the transformation to...


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       2018-06-19  34m
       
       

      episode 54: Leyla Acaroglu on designing sustainable future


      My guest for this episode is Leyla Acaroglu, who calls herself sustainability provocateur and cultural protagonist. She has developed the Disruptive Design Method, an approach to design-led social change. In Boss Level Podcast, we've often talked about systems thinking, but mostly in the context of organizations. With Leyla, we're going to take a look at systems on a much bigger scale: we talk about the systems that sustain life on earth and how we can use design to make our life on earth...


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       2018-06-05  24m
       
       

      episode 53: Troy Hunt and Have i Been Pwned


      My guest for this episode is Troy Hunt, well known security expert and creator of haveibeenpwned.com. It's a service which allows you to check, whether your email has been leaked as a part of a data breach. We talk about online security, including securing your accounts and using a password manager. We also discuss about privacy and compare our thoughts on social media platforms, messaging applications and encryption. What kind of trade-offs people should make to be more private? What is...


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       2018-05-22  34m
       
       

      episode 53: Troy Hunt and Have i Been Pwned


      My guest for this episode is Troy Hunt, well known security expert and creator of haveibeenpwned.com. It's a service which allows you to check, whether your email has been leaked as a part of a data breach. We talk about online security, including securing your accounts and using a password manager. We also discuss about privacy and compare our thoughts on social media platforms, messaging applications and encryption. What kind of trade-offs people should make to be more private? What is...


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       2018-05-22  34m
       
       

      episode 53: Troy Hunt and Have i Been Pwned


      My guest for this episode is Troy Hunt, well known security expert and creator of haveibeenpwned.com. It's a service which allows you to check, whether your email has been leaked as a part of a data breach. We talk about online security, including securing your accounts and using a password manager. We also discuss about privacy and compare our thoughts on social media platforms, messaging applications and encryption. What kind of trade-offs people should make to be more private? What is...


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       2018-05-22  34m
       
       

      episode 52: David Allen and Getting Things Done


      Today's topic is personal productivity and my guest is David Allen, author of Getting Things Done. Getting Things Done - often referred to as GTD - is a time management method, described in a book of the same title. It helps you capture all the stuff floating around in your brain, process it into your next actions and projects and then just get them done. The method has significantly improved productivity of probably millions of people. I read the book roughly 10 years ago and have since...


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       2018-05-08  33m
       
       

      episode 51: Björn Wahlroos on leading organizations


      My guest for this episode is Björn Wahlroos, one of the most influential businessman in Finland. He's currently the chairman of the board at Sampo Group, Nordea and UPM-Kymmene. Björn talks about his background in academia and how it has affected his world view. He also points out what are the defining moments in his career that have made significant impact in his thinking. We also talk about hardness of making big decisions and about the way we should run organizations. Björn also tells wh...


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       2018-04-24  37m
       
       

      episode 51: Björn Wahlroos on leading organizations


      My guest for this episode is Björn Wahlroos, one of the most influential businessman in Finland. He's currently the chairman of the board at Sampo Group, Nordea and UPM-Kymmene. Björn talks about his background in academia and how it has affected his world view. He also points out what are the defining moments in his career that have made significant impact in his thinking. We also talk about hardness of making big decisions and about the way we should run organizations. Björn also tells wh...


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       2018-04-24  37m
       
       

      episode 51: Björn Wahlroos on leading organizations


      My guest for this episode is Björn Wahlroos, one of the most influential businessman in Finland. He's currently the chairman of the board at Sampo Group, Nordea and UPM-Kymmene. Björn talks about his background in academia and how it has affected his world view. He also points out what are the defining moments in his career that have made significant impact in his thinking. We also talk about hardness of making big decisions and about the way we should run organizations. Björn also tells wh...


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       2018-04-24  37m
       
       

      episode 51: Björn Wahlroos on leading organizations


      My guest for this episode is Björn Wahlroos, one of the most influential businessman in Finland. He's currently the chairman of the board at Sampo Group, Nordea and UPM-Kymmene. Björn talks about his background in academia and how it has affected his world view. He also points out what are the defining moments in his career that have made significant impact in his thinking. We also talk about hardness of making big decisions and about the way we should run organizations. Björn also tells wh...


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       2018-04-24  37m