Hacking with Arun Pradhan: How to learn and lead when the world is moving very fast

Arun Pradhan

Arun Pradhan will be facilitating an intense hackathon to attack a big industry challenge.

I spoke with Arun Pradhan about his background and what he intends to share in his presentation at the QUT Leadership Coaching Conference: Crossing Boundaries in Brisbane on 22-23 November.  Arun is a self-confessed geek with an enthusiasm for emerging technologies. Read more

Aaron McEwan: What can the Avengers tell us about leadership in the 21st Century?

Aaron McEwan is a coaching psychologist and the Vice President, Research and Advisory for Gartner’s HR Practice in Australia and New Zealand. I spoke with Aaron about his passions and to get some insights about his upcoming presentation at the QUT Leadership Coaching Conference in Brisbane on 22-23 November. Aaron’s work and life are consumed with influencing different people in different ways. Read more

2018 GBC: Where are they now? LISC (formally Gauntlet)

Team Gauntlet, now known as LISC, winners of the 2018 Project Prize and overall 2nd place winner.

Team Gauntlet, now known as LISC, winners of the 2018 Project Prize and overall 2nd place winners.

Gauntlet’s (now LISC) solution for the 2018 Smart Cities GBC was to handle evacuation problems in emergency situations in event venues such as stadiums. Read more

Art Hunt Uncovers City’s Hidden Treasures

John and George presenting the Art Hunt at TEDx Brisbane 2018

John and George presenting the Art Hunt at TEDx Brisbane 2018

The Art Hunt is a strategy game and experiential learning activity developed by the QUT Graduate School of Business. Originally inspired by a treasure hunt activity, the Art Hunt twists the concept and takes it to a new level. Read more

2018 GBC: Where are they now? R-Evolution

Team R-Evolution, 2018 Global Business Challenge winners.

Team R-Evolution, 2018 Global Business Challenge winners.

R-Evolution’s solution for the 2018 Smart Cities Global Business Challenge (GBC) was a digital platform called ‘Living technology together (LTT)’. The platform would allow cities and communities to define smart city programs such as improving health, reducing waste or improving energy efficiency. Read more