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Jun 22, 2019
Customer Experience: X Marks The Spot

Whether it’s organising a function or event, building a marketing plan for a new product launch, making your next career move or anything else, there’s actually a common thread between the two; that is a desire for an experience. They’re just approached in different ways.

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Jun 16, 2019
The Perks of a Robotic Boss

From the Royal Banking Commission, to our spin-the-wheel politics, all of our clients are speaking about the leadership crisis in Australia as we boldly head toward a red horizon – the dawn of the Future of Work. Despite our love for technology, giant leaps in the leadership space feel somewhat alien as we slowly acclimate […]

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Jun 09, 2019
Change The Space In-Between

3 key points to surviving change in a Black-Hole Look at the universe! What do you see? An order? Tranquility? A divine peace? You fool! You ignorant! Over there, galaxies are colliding, suns are exploding, black holes swallowing stars! Now look at the universe again! What do you see? A disorder? Chaos? Anything savage? You […]

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Jun 07, 2019
Future of Work – Evolving Beyond the Mass Extinction of Jobs

So everybody is talking about the future of work. A lot of my clients are incredibly concerned about the mass extinction of a lot of jobs and roles out there in the market. But never fear because this isn’t the first or last evolution that humanity has or will go through. Which made me think […]

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Jul 01, 2016
AR, VR & AI… Are you embracing the Digital Crusade or just pretending?

Much like the children’s fable of the duckling and the swan, the digital crusade has spent many years as the ugly duckling, paddling about in the murky waters of obscure, somewhat awkward, business conversations. Sometimes avoided, often criticised, and generally laughed at. Suddenly, something miraculous has happened our ugly duckling has emerged from the waters […]

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Apr 09, 2016
One month after the #NDIS began. Has #technology been able to keep up with the #change?

On the 1st of July, Australia saw the launch of the National Disability Insurance Scheme which can be succinctly summarised as “a unique experiment using a market-based voucher system” creating a significant opportunity (and threat) for both private and non-for-profit care providers, putting the client in a position of choice collectively backed $22 billion of […]

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