Amazon is coming to Australia It was my pleasure to be a guest of Sundo on his morning radio program, South Australia’s 5MU. Sundo’s Big Breakfast was a first for me, LIVE radio. We enjoyed talking about Amazon’s impending arrival to Australia and the disruption that may cause.
Garage Gigs for Growth (#4) When I started riding a motorbike I pretty quickly realised I had to change my thinking, increase my focus and most importantly take different action. And whilst learning from mistakes is a great way to do that, its also a risky endeavour to be making mistakes on a bike. I am no […]
David and I discuss my book Xcelerate as well as disruption, business model innovation and change.
Garage Gigs for Growth (#3) There are different types of Innovation. Australia for years now has been obsessed with Company Innovation, working to make things more optimised and efficient in an effort to drive costs lower. Finding new ways to take labour out of the product and service offering has been a national sport. […]
Garage Gigs for Growth (#2) Innovation has been high on the National and Corporate agenda for the past couple of years. There has been a lot of money and resources sloshing around focused on getting new growth opportunities to fly. But just like the Birdman Rally at Moomba, some endeavours are doing better than others. […]
Garage Gigs for Growth (#1) Because so many good companies have their origins in their garages, I thought I’d have a crack at a series of 3 minute videos, my garage gigs for growth, to help organisations shift to their future, faster. These short videos will be along two key themes: Intrapreneurship and Business […]
It was terrible. Head office was sending strategies from the US that just weren’t working in Asia Pac. And it was like no one wanted to know what wasn’t working. People were ticking boxes, making sure they were using the rhetoric of the day. The way to get ahead was not to rock the boat […]
There are 24 Business Models. Period. Whether you are an Intrapreneur or an Entrepreneur, you frequently hear about the need to find, innovate, decide or shift your business model. But what does that mean? What does one look like? Amazon, Netflix, Uber and Airbnb changed the prevailing business models in their industries – didn’t they? […]
In 1986, in Britain’s mining industry, there were 200 redundancies issued. It was an underground movement to replace these jobs with technology. Those made redundant weren’t as disappointed as you might think even though they received no severance pay. In fact, they remained quite chirpy despite losing their jobs. Canaries had been used in […]
Entrepreneurs haven’t changed but the world they live in has Once upon a time, If you investigate who coined the term Entrepreneur you’ll see Jean- Baptiste Say (1767-1842) widely credited as doing so around 1800. Whilst it’s true he popularised it, he was not the originator. That accolade goes to an Irish economist and financier […]