Who would have thought that within two short years we would be witnessing such profound social, political and economic change. One wonders what the next ten years holds for us? History is littered with examples of the rise and fall of civilisations. The recent backlash to globalisation has heralded the re-emergence of protectionist trade and … More Bend or break – the winds of change facing business and public sector leaders
Subsequent industrial revolutions have resulted in radical social and economic changes. Today the term “disruption” is ubiquitous, and the consequences of the changes continue under the “digital revolution” banner. We are now on the cusp of another workplace revolution – one that will inevitably lead to seismic changes in humanity’s social compacts and economic flows. … More The end of work is closer than we think
2016 has already proven to be a tumultuous time for Australian business. High profile and large Australian companies have collapsed with corporate debt loads and the vagaries of the global economy being blamed. The tax affairs of global corporations, wealthy individuals and multi nationals have become a political issue, and are now routinely the subject of … More Don’t rock the boat – the new budget innovation
A group of us from Sydney have spent the past seven weeks completing one of IDEO’s online design centred thinking course. We elected to focus our assignment on exploring ways that we can reduce food wastage in our community. Attached is a copy of our findings… Click Here
This week sees the launch of Grant Thornton’s newest service offering, Leadership Talent & Culture. In today’s globalised and volatile business environment Australian organisations need to be smarter and leaner than ever before. It’s also essential that leaders remain focused and responsive to market demands. Leaders also need to ensure they attract and retain … More Leadership, Talent & Culture, Grant Thornton’s newest offering
Everything in our world is touched by “design” and therefore can be redesigned, a concept like design or human-centred thinking (DCT) provides leaders with a low-risk option for moving beyond the traditional mindset of “what can’t be done.” Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s Innovation Statement clearly signalled the need for Australian business leaders to rethink … More Could Design Centred Thinking be the solution to Australia’s innovation conundrum?