Esports is a billion dollar industry worldwide and growing. Michael Trotter, a Phd student, brought Australia’s first university Esports program to QUT. Michael talks to Kate about why universities would invest in Esports and how the industry of both tournaments and gaming is structured and evolving.
Professor Marek Kowalkiewicz, QUT Chair in Digital Economy and Michael Rosemann, QUT Professor for Innovation Systems speak with Kate about using the processes of structured ideation to create the preferred digital future for your organisation.
Distinguished Professor Matt Brown, QUT Director of Genomics, talks to Kate about the collaborative research which is revolutionising our understanding of the causes of rare and common heritable diseases, cancers and even infectious diseases.
Kate and Matt speak about the speed of technological change in genomic research and the inherent challenges of international collaborative research.
Read more about Professor Brown’s research at: https://research.qut.edu.au/translationalgenomicsgroup/people/matthew-brown/
Kate speaks to Rob Setter Chief Executive of the Queensland Public Service Commission on how our approaches to delivering for our communities are evolving. The Future of Public Purpose Work is IPAA Qld theme for 2019.
QUTeX is delighted to have a strategic alliance with IPAA QLD to provide IPAA Members with a variety of capability and learning opportunities.
QUT Distinguished Professor Kerrie Mengersen, Deputy Director ARC Centre of Excellence in Mathematics and Statistical Data speaks to Kate about rich opportunities for business and policy insights from burgeoning sources of data and new techniques of data analytics. Among many examples, Kate and Kerrie cover airport congestion and measuring the impact of the $3.6B Queen’s Wharf casino and retail development project in Brisbane’s CBD.
Head Coach and Owner, FITA U Performance Centre, Paddington, talks to Kate about the challenges of starting out in small business and the mindset for success. Kate and Ash also share some insights from a recent Entrepreneurship Summit they attended, and agreed to disagree on what went down.
Exec Insights Episode with Don Meij
Don Meij, CEO Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd and recent inductee in into the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame speaks to Kate about the journey from delivering pizza in Red Hill, Brisbane to being the CEO of a company which is a market leader in seven countries. The conversation ranges through the importance of a laser-like customer focus, risk taking, digital retail, working with your Board, and the future of work in the pizza and food delivery business. Yes, there will be drone delivery!
Great Business Schools have great podcast series, with Harvard Ideacast arguably being the most well-known. Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery, QUTeX started on its journey to podcast glory with QUT ExecInsights in December 2016, with me as inaugural host.