Creative Distillation is co-hosted by Associate Professor Jeff York, our Research Director, and Instructor Brad Werner, our Teaching Director. Each episode distills academic research on entrepreneurship into actionable insights.
What Is the Creative Distillation Podcast?
The nexus for this podcast came about through conversations between Jeff and Brad about the value of entrepreneurship research. Brad brings a strong business perspective to the Deming Center that compliments Jeff’s focus on academic research. In each episode the pair will focus on a recent study and highlight how this academic research is valuable to not only our students, but the broader startup community.
It just so happens Boulder has a booming industry for spirits and craft beer, so it’s only natural to visit a new location each episode and enjoy a tasty beverage while distilling the latest research.
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Creative Distillation · EP12: Avery Beer and Microfinance
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner are joined by: Tyler Wry, Associate Professor at The Wharton School, about Avery beer, and his paper: "Taking Trade-offs Seriously: Examining the Contextually Contingent Relationship Between Social Outreach Intensity and Financial Sustainability in Global Microfinance"
Creative Distillation · EP11: British Beer and The Art of the Pivot
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner are joined by: Matthew Grimes, Reader (Associate Professor) at the University of Cambridge's Judge Business School, about British beer, and his paper: "The Pivot: How Founders Respond to Feedback through Idea and Identity Work": www.semanticscholar.org/paper/The-Piv…5877420d529f3
Creative Distillation · EP10: Colorado Whiskey and Cooperatives
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner are joined by: Amanda Engelhorn, Tasting Room Manager, Spirit Hound Distilling; Desiree Pacheco, Associate Professor at IESE Business School in Barcelona; and Geoff Kistruck, RBC Professor in Social Innovation & Impact at Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto, about their paper: How Formal and Informal Hierarchies Shape Conflict Within Cooperatives: A Field Experiment in Ghana: journals.aom.org/doi/10.5465/amj.2018.0335
Creative Distillation · EP09: Innovation in Beer Brewing, and Gene Patents
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner are joined by Upslope Brewing founder Matt Cutter and Sina Khoshsokhan, Assistant Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship.
Episode 8: Entrepreneurial Approaches to COVID-19: Plan, Pivot, and Persist (A Webinar)
From the Leeds' Alumni Career Webinar series delivered to the CU Boulder and local business communities.
Episode 7: Creative Distillation Takes Over Boulder Tech Podcast w/Erick Mueller, Exec. Dir., CU Deming Center
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner are joined by Joel Davis Producer: Boulder Tech Podcast
Episode 6: Spontaneous Venturing In the Wake of COVID-19
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner are joined by Associate Professor Trent Williams from the Kelley School of Business to distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.
Click here to to see the book discussed in this episode, Spontaneous Venturing. An Entrepreneurial Approach to Alleviating Suffering in the Aftermath of a Disaster
Episode 5: Entrepreneurial Responses to COVID-19
University of Colorado-Boulder professors Jeff York and Brad Werner distill entrepreneurship research into actionable insights.
Episode 4: Patterns and Assumptions in the Field of Entrepreneurship
This episode was recorded at Boxcar Coffee Roasters.
Click here to see the paper discussed in this episode, A fresh look at patterns and assumptions in the field of entrepreneurship: What can we learn?.
Episode 3: How Business Model Innovation Emerges in Young Ventures
This episode was recorded at J&L Distilling.
Click here to see the paper discussed in this episode, The Genesis and Metamorphosis of Novelty Imprints: How Business Model Innovation Emerges in Young Ventures.
Episode 2: Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Development
Episode 1: Urban Farmers and Cowboy Coders
This episode was recorded at Deviant Spirits.
Click here to see the paper discussed in this episode, Urban Farmers and Cowboy Coders: Re-Imagining Rural Venturing in the 21st Century.
For full transcript of Episode 1: Urban Farmers and Coders click here.