We're living in a time of unrivalled connectivity with near limitless access to information at our fingertips-this is an attention-grabbing culture and it doesn't seem to be going away anytime soon. It's been said we now suffer from constant restlessness, feeling that we need to do more, to move faster and break things to succeed.
A thought-leader on innovation and the new work culture, Soren Trampedach created Work Club to provide established businesses with a unique, boutique solution to the challenges posed by the rapid pace of change in the working environment.
Florence Guild Sydney Event – 6th February 2017 -- Layne Beachley AO is regarded as the most successful female surfer in history. Layne’s dedication to succe...
The 2-sided marketplace model, and the On-Demand Economy, are here to stay. The Uberisation trend is spreading to more verticals, as consumers become more demanding of instant gratification and technology enables delivery of services in a streamlined and cost-efficient way. It is far more cost-effective to share resources than invest in ownership.
London, Singapore, New York - these are the markets people think of when they think FinTech. They are rich in talent, have loads of capital, and are homes to some of the world's biggest financial institutions. However, for a tiny nation of 23m, Australia has a strong case to be a world-leading FinTech market.
Ours is a world of teams, tribes and movements. For as long as there have been humans, we have obsessed with the power and potential of the group. Now, more than ever before, smart leaders must know how to harness their own storytelling and tribe building potential to create something meaningful.
Drawing from the latest neuroscience research, Kristen will summarise the findings in a framework called NeuroTREAD - how to think, regulate, engage, adapt and develop with the brain in mind. Think - Interpret core brain functions and what impacts effective decision making. Regulate - Recognise the brain's emotional triggers, response to stress and build resilience.
To wrap up our 'Antidisciplinary Future' speaker series, we have partnered with SingularityU Australia Summit and Pause Fest to bring you the future. What do nanotechnology, bioinformatics, artificial intelligence, and robotics have in common, and, more importantly, what do they have to do with you?
This 4 part workshop explores peak performance & flow states, in an interactive format leveraging leading sciences in NeuroPhysics, NeuroBiology and NeuroPsychology. This workshop is not just about providing research and case studies on what other people do, but rather enable you with practices to drive your performance in life to elite levels.
As modern professionals living urban lives, money seems so central to our understanding of meaning, purpose and success. But does it have to? Join cult favourite Phill Nosworthy of Switch L D and the celebrated Jess Ellerm and Eran Thomson of the explosive Australian fin-tech startup Zuper for a meaty conversation about money, meaning and killing the game.
Innovation is the buzzword of the moment, and let's be honest, as an economy and society, we're pretty terrible at it. So let's dissect, talk myths, and then talk action. Born to Joy in the harsh Manchester winter of '77. Well travelled, slight maverick who always speaks his mind.
As commoditisation inevitably hits industries, organisations struggle deeply with differentiation and financial growth. Opportunities for competitive advantage, though, are often missed because of consistent misalignment between firm decision-makers and what customers actually value. We'll discuss how disruptive customer insights can be applied to drive growth through differentiated strategy, innovation, enhanced customer experience and ultimately deliver financial results.
Brand is stuck in a time warp of thinking as ing or re dominated by marketing and advertising models and interests. This does not help organisations to sustainably navigate the complex relationship between what they do, how they do it and why they do it.
We are at the outset of one of the most turbulent periods of what Joseph Schumpeter termed creative destruction. New technologies such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, blockchain, internet of things, and big data will impact every organisation and every job. The only way to survive this creative destruction is to be part of it.