Each day, we offer you engaging shows on business, tech, and UX. Then, we mix it all up with lots of good music and vibrant DJ sets. Pick and choose whatever & whenever you want!
We go live from 8 am early morning to 5:30 pm in the early evening.
45 minutes of deep focus and productivity. Notifications off, headphones on. Sebastiaan Van den Branden, data scientist at In The Pocket and multi instrumentalist from Amatorski, created 45 minutes of samples and synths especially for Studio Shift. This piece of music is designed to get you in a state of flow. From Wikipedia: "Flow is the mental state in which a person performing some activity is fully immersed in a feeling of energized focus, full involvement, and enjoyment in the process of the activity".
A doctor that sends you home with an app or a wearable instead of a box of pills? We know today that this makes a lot of sense. Data is revolutionizing healthcare and Covid-19 has only accelerated that trend. But it seems we are only scratching the surface of mobile and wearable health. Do we lack the innovation? Is the government lagging behind? Are we expecting too much of technology? Let us discuss with experts from Byteflies, Belgian E-Health program & MedTech.
Corona gave an enormous boost to the delivery economy with shops shifting to online sales. Caused by strong government restrictions, restaurants changed massively to takeaway meals and digital menus. Which new business models are appearing from this trend? And what are the consequences? In the light of De Tijd's new editorial serie "The Corona effect" in which they zoom in on the effects of the pandemic on our economy, the Belgian newspaper talks to Zhong Yuan Xu, CEO of Deliverect.
We've talked about different trends in design, technology, and business, but how should companies organize themselves to cope with these rapid changes? During the first part of this program, we guide you through all things organisation and how scale-ups look at organizational design. During the second part, we'll ask Karin Van Hoecke from KBC and Lieven Haesaert from ING what's their view on corporate innovation.