Many companies neglected the need for innovation in their organisations because of the cost involved. In this episode, Ben Watson from Omron takes a different perspective of seeing the cost element of innovation and what is the real cost of “not” innovating.
Podcast Ep. 009 – International Trading, Lawrence Christofelsz, Australian Trade and Logistics Corporation
This has been one of the long-awaited episodes in this podcast channel.
Lawrence Christoffelsz, CEO of the Australian Trade and Logistics Corporation is a long-time friend and also a well-known name within the Australian supply chain industry.
In this episode, Lawrence discusses the importance of international trading and why every business should explore doing business internationally, whether small or large.
Import currency risk is probably something that never comes to mind when someone started an international trading business. Yet a move of a few cents in the currency exchange rate can make a huge impact to the business bottom line.
In this episode, James King and Paul Barrett will discuss what is currency risk and different ways companies can manage and minimise the risk to their businesses.
My guest today is Dr. Irena Yashin-Shaw, founder of Australian Intrapreneurs Summit and the Intrapreneur Magazine which launched in February 2019. Based in Queensland, she is the spearhead of the intrapreneurship movement in Australia.
I interviewed Dr. Irena to get a better understanding of the term that most people are still unfamiliar with. Intrapreneurship is not new, and is fundamental to the success of any organisation in the world, yet still very little attention has been placed on it.
In this episode, Dr. Irena will educate us about what intrapreneurship is and how organisations can take advantage of this with their people.
My guest today came all the way from Bali. Chris Salans is an American born and French raised chefs owner of two distinct restaurants in Ubud, Bali: Mozaic Restaurant and Spice Gastro Bar.
Unlike other chefs I know, Chris Salans lead by the innovations he created in his food business. Just like other innovators, Chris also experiences many challenges before he get to where he is today.
My guest in this episode is from Adelaide, South Australia. Sian Burton is a passionate marketer with 15 years experience in the field of marketing and recently wrote a book titled “Strategic Marketing for CEO”.
In this podcast, Sian discussed the importance of CEOs to think marketing not just tactic, but also as the big picture strategy for the company.
My guest in this episode is not one, but two wonderful ladies from a company called IdeaScale which is headquartered in Silicon Valley, who happen to be on a tour around Australia to promote the platform.
IdeaScale is the largest cloud-based innovation software platform in the world with more than 25,000 customers and 4.5 million users. Based on the principle of crowdsourcing, members of the IdeaScale community contribute ideas and then vote those ideas up and down in a process that allows the best ideas to come up to the top.
Jessica Day is Co-Founder and Vice President of Marketing & Communications at IdeaScale. As part of her role, she analyzes and articulates patterns appearing in crowdsourced innovation.
My other guest, Whitney Bernstein, is the VP Innovation Strategy and Customer Success of IdeaScale. Whitney coaches clients in designing and deploying large scale innovation programs at their organization. She works with government, non-profit, university, and enterprise clients to fully realize their vision for crowdsourced innovation.
In this episode, I spoke with Andrew Nelson, the Managing Director of Blue Ocean Strategy Australia. The discussion revolves around the fundamentals of Blue Ocean Strategy and dispelling some common myths surrounding Blue Ocean Strategy.