Sylvia Stifter, Rita Mayrhofer und Manuela Gusterschitz von der niederösterreichischen Montessori-Schule KreaMont erklären, wie und warum die Schule soziokratische Ansätze nutzt. Darüber hinaus erfahren wir, wie sich die Organisation auf den Schulalltag auswirkt, wie sich das ganze entwickelt hat und natürlich noch einiges mehr.
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Soziokratie in der Schule - KreaMont
51:28Sylvia Stifter, Rita Mayrhofer und Manuela Gusterschitz von der niederösterreichischen Montessori-Schule KreaMont erklären, wie und warum die Schule soziokratische Ansätze nutzt. Darüber hinaus erfahren wir, wie sich die Organisation auf den Schulalltag auswirkt, wie sich das ganze entwickelt hat und natürlich noch einiges mehr.
Kreisförmige Organisationen verstehen mit Florentine Maier und Christian Rüther
42:33Was sind kreisförmige Organisationen? Mit Privatdozentin Dr.in Florentine Maier vom Institut für Nonprofit Management der WU Wien, sowie Mag. Christian Rüther, Unternehmensberater und Experte für derartige Organisationen, sehen wir uns an, warum vielleicht nicht alles einer klassischen hierarchischen Struktur folgen muss, was solche kreisförmigen Organisationen ausmacht, und wie sie eingesetzt werden können.
Nancy Fraser on Feminism and Climate Action for the 99%
44:43Our guest for today's episode is Nancy Fraser - Professor of Philosophy and Politics at The New School for Social Research in New York City. During the past summer semester she was the first visiting professor of the International Karl Polanyi Society at WU Vienna. Why the ecological crisis cannot be addressed without taking into account the underlying capitalist structures and inbuilt relations of inequality in our society is going to be discussed in this episode. Enjoy!
Responsible Universities Shaping Sustainability with Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger
32:42Today, we are staying on campus of the Vienna University of Economics and Business, as our guest is the WU Vienna’s rector - Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger. Since 2015 she is the first female rector of the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Together, we discuss the role of universities in sustainabilty and responsibility issues as well as WU's efforts in becoming more responsible.
Activism - a road to change society and business? Giuseppe Delmestri and Daniel Gratzer in Conversation
44:25In this episode, we are happy to welcome two exciting guests who engage in climate activism. Giuseppe Delmestri is professor for Change Management and Management Development at WU Vienna, he co-founded Scientists for Future and is also active for Extinction Rebellion. Together with Daniel Gratzer from Fridays For Future Austria, he discusses the importance of grassroots movements for sustainable development. In addition, they discuss how climate and social movements can be organised and talk about their takes on what is needed for adequate climate action.
Two takes on sustainable business: Alpaslan Deliloğlu and Richard Auer-Welsbach in conversation
58:19Our two wonderful guests Alpaslan and Richard will introduce us to their perspectives and opinions on sustainability in this episode. Alpaslan Deliloğlu is CEO and CSO of IKEA Austria and discusses together with Richard Auer-Welsbach, an organic farmer and forester. Both share their visions towards sustainable business practices, sustainable agriculture and responsibility.
A 101 on Sustainability with Prof. Sigrid Stagl
46:56In today’s episode we welcome Sigrid Stagl. She is professor and head of the Department of Socioeconomics and founder of the Institute of Ecological Economics at WU Vienna. Being the first person globally who completed a PhD program in Ecological Economics she will introduce us to the term sustainability from an academic standpoint today. Among others, she will touch on the topics: What do we mean when talking about sustainability and what is the current state of the art in research? This episode was recorded remotely.
What can social entrepreneurs contribute to sustainability and transformation? - Theresa Imre and Martin Wesian
48:21In this episode, our guests are both social entrepreneurs in Austria. Theresa Imre founded the digital marketplace Markta and shares her experience scaling up a social business during the pandemic. She discusses the role of social entrepreneurs in shaping a new understanding of business as usual with Martin Wesian. Martin founded HELIOZ more than ten years ago, with the company’s activities revolving around the water disinfection tool WADI. Theresa and Martin both are members of SENA - the Social Entrepreneurship Network Austria.
SDGs and Sustainable Development - Viola Christian and James Gunn
48:36For the next couple of episodes, Inside Impact is a podcast cooperation of the Social Entrepreneurship Centre, and the Competence Centre for Sustainability, Transformation and Responsibility at Vienna University of Economics and Business. With this episode, the series “Sustainability meets Social Entrepreneurship” takes off and we want to invite you to take a closer look at sustainable development and the SDGs together with our guests! Viola Christian is a Program Officer at the Ban Ki Moon Centre for Global Citizens and aims to create impactful opportunities for women and youth to thrive as global citizens. As our second guest, James Gunn joins us on behalf of SDGs Labs at WU Vienna targeting sustainability especially in the agribusiness and food production sector.
Teaser - Sustainability and Sustainable Development - Milda Zilinskaite and Reinhard Millner
24:56Over the next couple of episodes, Inside Impact is not only the podcast of the Social Entrepreneurship Centre, but also of the Competence Centre for Sustainability Transformation and Responsibility here at WU Vienna. Milda Zilinskaite, STaR Centre manager, and Reinhard Millner, head of the Social Entrepreneurship Centre discuss what you can expect over the next couple of episodes. Music: Dark Yet Lovely - Analog Dreams (Instrumental); Inside Impact Intro - Lukas Leitner; alittlebitdrunkguy – Simple-lofi-hip-hop-track (CC BY-NC 3.0)