This week: what is the future of universities? As the sector navigates disruption and uncertainty, special guest Professor Mark Scott joins us to discuss the future of higher education.
How will businesses that fail to invest in employee upskilling struggle in the new digitalised world of work?
This week: Basecamp banning employees having political and societal discussions at work points to new challenges for leaders deciding what their business stands for.
A post-pandemic era will require us to embrace new definitions of leadership—and apply new approaches to teaching and learning.
When is an invention not innovative, how do innovation ‘hubs’ kill the very spark they seek to flame and why women may have the best innovative mindset.
A rigorously applied systematic approach will produce a better decision every time.
To celebrate the milestone of producing our 100th podcast and the closing of a successful year, here is a collection of our favourite podcast interviews from 2018.
This week: It’s hype time, fast and agile leadership, and the business of failure.
It’s time to (do more than) talk about knowledge. Universities must take leadership in helping develop students capacity to recognise different kinds of knowledge and work flexibly.
Australia and other developed Western societies prefer consumption of services to physical products. This trend is well established, however it has yet to run its full course. In fact, infrastructure is only just starting on this transition, and while there is plenty of room for catch up, the consequences will be significant.