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INDVSTRVSMarch 28, 2017

The social and environmental issues we now face at a local and global level is laced with greater volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity. This means public agencies need to think creatively when it comes to strategic planning and delivery. Staying relevant requires leaders to move outside their comfort zone and collaborate with all stakeholders to achieve a positive disruption.

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INDVSTRVSMarch 27, 2017

The Australian Institute of Company Directors held its second Australian Governance Summit in Melbourne early March 2017, and the sentiment was unanimous; shareholder primacy must make room for social cohesion. We spoke with the considered and well-respected triple 2015 Telstra Women’s Business Awards Winner Kate Thiele about good governance, leadership and how having clarity of purpose can help NFP and private sector organisations thrive where there is a healthy tension between profitability and social responsibility.

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INDVSTRVSFebruary 23, 2017

With so many norms exploding in the socio-political arena of late, hundred-year-old business norms are also shifting to the new. We chat with global consulting firm, Karrikins Group CEO, Jason Hincks about Shared Value, and why organisations must pivot towards being a brand that matters if they are to survive the constant state of flux that is the millennial experience.

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INDVSTRVSDecember 27, 2016

As a relatively new concept in Australia, shared value is fast becoming the beacon for purpose and sustainable development in business. Not to be confused with the philanthropic and volunteering contributions of corporate social responsibility, shared value meets the capitalist need for profit while bringing social problems to the heart of business.