#358 Phil Libin | Co-Founder and former CEO and Chairman of Evernote, Co-Founder and CEO All Turtles and mmhmm


After graduating from Boston University in Computer Science, our guest worked as a software engineer and architect. He is the founder of numerous companies. Among others, he was Co-Founder and CEO and later Executive Chairman of Evernote from 2007 to 2016. Since 2017, he has been Co-Founder and CEO of the AI studio "All turtles" and, since 2020, also of mmhmm, a software company that is involved in the booming market for video conferencing. A few weeks ago he was a guest at DLD in Munich and spoke with Ina Fried on the topic: "The State of Truth and Trust at Work". We are incredibly grateful and proud that he takes time for us. For more than five and a half years, we have been looking at how work strengthens people - instead of weakening them. In more than 350 conversations, we've talked to over 400 people about what has changed for them and what needs to change further. We are quite sure that it is important right now. Because the idea of "New Work" was developed during a real crisis. We discuss with our guest why it is important to develop new things, especially in difficult economic times. We talk about truth and trust in the workplace and what role machine learning and artificial intelligence will play in the future of work. We are looking for methods, role models, experiences, tools and ideas that bring us closer to the core of New Work! In addition, from the very beginning we have been concerned with the question of whether all people can really find and live what they really, really want in their innermost being. You are at On the Way to New Work - today with Phil Libin Episode 358 gibt es auf allen gängigen Podcast-Plattformen, wie Spotify oder Apple Podcasts (oder direkt auf otwtnw.de). Einfach nach ‘On the Way to New Work’ suchen und abonnieren, um keine Folge zu verpassen. Christoph und Michael veröffentlichen immer montags um 6:00 Uhr und ab und zu auch mal unter der Woche, so wie heute..

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