Prime Minister Morrison has failed to come up with an energy policy, and left the industry in deep despair. Now events have overtaken the PM and left him
in their dust, while smart entrepreneurs and investors forge ahead on their own. Read more
Are you cool with sharing your personal details, habits and movements on social media or being recorded when you're shopping or walking down the street?
You shouldn't be. In this post I reveal what's really happening with your data - and mine. You should be white hot with rage. I am. Read more
If you think you should be saying YES more often, think again. We've extracted some priceless and timeless advice out of a post from Jacob Baadsgaard at Disruptive Advertising that will help you find more time. Read more
Innovators in renewable energy are setting a furious pace, and leaving governments eating their dust. Scientists and businessmen are forging ahead while
politicians squabble. In this post, we explore 8 projects from Down Under and the world that show how quickly the cleantech vision has become reality.
In some cases, these breakthroughs are breathing life into baskets cases of former technologies. Win-win.
When Malcolm Turnbull toppled Tony Abbott as PM in 2015, you could almost hear the cheers across the country, from Cairns to Hobart and Byron Bay to Perth.
Such was the mood, the new PM could’ve done almost anything in the first 3 months and gotten away with it. But he did nothing. We remind the ex-PM
of the 6 rules of effective leadership.
The Men who Made us Fat is a confronting BBC series that charts over 5 decades the
links between obesity and food marketing. In this post, I explore the devious ways food companies peddle their products to kids, and question how they're
allowed to push products that are seriously harmful. Read more
It's human to fail. Just think of Thomas Edision and his 3000 failed light globe designs. It's more than that, though; it's healthy too. We look at 6 'oft-forgot'
lessons that can help each of us make failure not just more palatable - but downright appetising. Read more
No-one could have escaped politics this week, but where was the wit, the colour, the humour? In an attempt to breathe some life into this bumper-sticker parliament, we took a long look at some of the key players through the lens of wine. Lets go through a few empties and check the dregs.
As an IT vendor it’s easy to write off messaging and positioning as useless marketing spin. I did, until Technoledge rewrote our content. It’s less technical, easier to read, flows better, is more understandable and gives us far more credibility – just by changing the words. I was very surprised. Joe Kelly
I was particularly impressed with Technoledge’s approach. They suggested re-casting White Papers to multiple decision makers in parallel mini-campaigns. Within a week the new approach yielded 7 times more downloads. We only need to target one type of decision maker now. Phil Jacobs