How creativity and fun drives the success of Cumulus VFX

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Please shareCumulus VFX is a successful and fast growing visual effects studio, based in Byron Bay, that produces high quality visual effects for film, television and other visual media. Will Gammon, the CEO and founder, explains how creating a culture based on creativity, learning and having fun breeds successful innovation and productivity in a fiercely competitive …

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Flow Hive – Doing business for positive purpose

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Please shareCedar Anderson, one of Australia’s greatest inventors and business innovators, talks about Flow Hive’s phenomenal success in revolutionising the worldwide beekeeping industry. Fundamental to that success has been Flow Hive’s commitment to doing the right thing and having a positive impact on the world. This commitment to doing business for a positive purpose, is …

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Bridging the old and new economies – Interview with Nick Curtis AM

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Please shareMargot Cairnes interviews entrepreneur and innovator Nick Curtis AM on how to create a vision for a business that inspires and motivates its people. Nick can be described as a “serial entrepreneur” and market disrupter, whose business interests bridge the divide between the old economy and the new digital economy. Nick’s joint interest in …

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A future without oil, interview with Caltex chairman Greig Gailey

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Please shareMargot Cairnes interviews Caltex chairman Greig Gailey about the massive changes taking place at Caltex as the world moves to the mass adoption of electric cars. Last year Greig Gailey took the Caltex Board to Silicon Valley so they could be well versed on digital disruption and what to expect in the future. It …

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Steve Austen from InLoop is living the start-up dream

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Please shareMargot Cairnes talks to Steve Austen about how focusing on customer experience and customer centric design helped Inloop to become one of the fastest growing start-ups in Australia. They have won several business growth awards including the BRW Fast100 in 2013 and 2014. Steve co-founded financial technology company InLoop in 2005. The company provides …

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Creating a disruptive culture – Part Two

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Please shareEssential to creating a disruptive culture is to promote and cultivate independent thinkers. Companies that thrive in times of radical disruption drastically reinvent themselves by: Clearly seeing the changing environment Openly discussing the implications of disruption Embracing (inventing and adopting) new ideas Employing new blood (and listening to them and all stakeholders) Not falling …

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Creating a disruptive culture – Part One

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Please shareCharles Darwin told us: It is not the strongest of the species that survive nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. In today’s business environment the one most responsive to change is the one who creates the change. Since 2000 50%+ of F500 companies have disappeared, these include; Kodak, Nokia, …

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Why “management inertia” is your biggest threat! Interview with Karen Moses

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Please shareMargot Cairnes, change visionary and leader, talks candidly with Karen Moses, former COO and head of strategy for Origin Energy, about the impact of digital disruption on Australian companies.  Karen is currently Chairmman of Sydney Dance Company, and director of Charter Hall, Orica, Boral, State Super Trustees and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. She is …

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