In this podcast from UNSW Business School — a diverse group of business leaders from the corporate, start-up, government, and for-purpose sectors share their lived experiences in building businesses that can ‘do well’ and ‘do good’.
The Business of Marketing Optimism - Calling their marketing ‘unconventional’ might be putting it lightly because until recently, Humanitix hadn’t really done any marketing at all. Or at least not on their own.
The Business Of Marketing Brands – Advertising expert and ad agency owner, Dee Madigan explains the role sponsorships play in creating and solidifying a strong brand.
The Business Of Marketing Ethics – Link Group CMO Wendy Mak digs into the ethical side of digital marketing, explaining why marketers need to be at the forefront of the conversation, and exploring how brand-new AI tools might not be as helpful as they first seem.
The Business Of Climate Resilience – Penny Joseph is the Head of Climate Resilience at major Australian electricity provider Ausgrid, but when she began her career, this type of role didn’t exist.
The Business Of Climate Risk – As our climate and weather patterns continue to change at pace, the unexpected is really all we can expect now. How do businesses like insurers plan for risk and implement resilience strategies in the face of uncertainty?
The Business Of Climate Policy — Before we change behaviour, we need to change policy. How can we accelerate the shift to greener, cleaner vehicles, and move away from our reliance on fossil fuels?
The Business of AI — AI and machine learning are already reshaping the way we live and work. How can leaders use it ethically?
The Business of AI — At a time where healthcare workers are stretched to near breaking point, what role does AI have in augmenting natural skills and capabilities?
The Business of AI — How can consumers and citizens safeguard their right to privacy when using AI, and how can businesses stay ahead of the AI privacy compliance curve?
The Business of Supply — Why are some organisations still struggling to embed ethical and sustainable business practices in their supply chains?
The Business of Supply — Between recent geopolitical conflict, and devastating disruptions to supply lines, what is the current state of food today?
The Business of Supply — Today, energy markets are in a state of intense flux. How can leaders inside and outside the energy sector best keep up, and plan for the secure future of their industry?
The Business of Work — Is working from home working for businesses?
The Business of Work — What happens to a corporation's culture when the workforce is dispersed?
The Business of Work — What will the future of work look like in a world increasingly dominated by technology?
Shemara Wikramanayake, Managing Director and CEO of Macquarie Group, joins UNSW Chancellor David Gonski, AC
This episode of AGSM’s The Business Of podcast examines inclusive leadership and how access to a diverse range of perspectives is critical for leaders to thrive in an accelerated world.