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Stephen Parker is interviewed by Geraldine Doogue for a segment that originally appeared on ABC Radio National’s Saturday Extra program on 23 May 2020. Stephen and Geraldine discuss the challenges universities are facing and how this may signal the end of the golden age of university growth. They also explore the idea that the pandemic has accelera…
 
In this episode of Talking Tertiary, Stephen Parker is joined by Junyi Zhao, who is the National Undergraduate Officer for the Council of International Students Australia (CISA) as well as Bachelor of Accounting student at LaTrobe University in Victoria. CISA is the national peak student representative organisation for international students and ad…
 
In this episode of Talking Tertiary, Stephen Parker is joined by Molly Willmott, President of the National Union of Students (NUS). The NUS is the peak representative body advocating for the rights of students across Australia. The NUS aims to positively impact the lives of students by campaigning for an accessible and equitable education system th…
 
Stephen Parker is joined by Dr Sharlene Leroy-Dyer, Acting President of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Postgraduate Association (NATSIPA) which is a national network of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander postgraduate students, non-Indigenous student supporters and Indigenous Elders and Alumni. NATSIPA's objective is to ensure…
 
Stephen Parker is joined by Bruce Lines, Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Services & Resources at University of Adelaide to discuss the role of the modern COO when it comes to disruption. Prior to his current role at the University of Adelaide, Bruce held a range of generalist student and academic administrative roles which have shaped…
 
Stephen Parker is joined by Edwin Van Rest who is the CEO and co-founder and of Studyportals. As Australia is Studyportals' 5th biggest destination market, Stephen spoke to Edwin at the Universities Australia conference in Canberra in late February 2020. Edwin is an industrial engineer with a passion for education and travel who co-founded Studypor…
 
Prof Stephen Parker talks to Mathew Jacobson, Founder and CEO of Ducere Global Business School at the Universities Australia Conference which took place in Canberra in late February 2020. Mat has spent his career in Ed-Tech, having founded two prior education startups that were later sold to public companies. Ducere Global Business School is Matt's…
 
In episode 4 of Season 2 Professor Stephen Parker talks to Jack Goodman, Founder and Executive Chair of Studiosity. Founded 15 years ago, Studiosity works alongside universities by providing 24/7 on-demand study help and feedback to students all over the globe. The vision of the company is to provide online academic study support to students regard…
 
Professor Stephen Parker talks to David Bowser, the CEO and Founder of Curio. This interview was recorded before COVID-19 became a pandemic, and before universities moved to put as much of their teaching as possible online. What David Bowser predicts as a future Business As Usual for universities, is turning into a Business As Now. David Bowser is …
 
Councils realise they are confronting increased customer expectations, which means a complete rethink in many cases, of the way they operate. In this podcast, Toni Jones, KPMG Local Government Lead, and Luke Heine from KPMG Enterprise discuss the findings from KPMG's and PSN's report: Customer and Technology Transformation in Local Government.…
 
Ahead of the 2019 Federal Election, and whoever wins, we believe it is timely to provide an overview of the Australian Labor Party's Tax Policy. KPMG Enterprise Tax Partners Clive Bird and Raffi Tenenbaum explain what Labor's Tax Policy means for Australia's mid-market businesses, they clarify some misunderstandings and explain the potential impact…
 
The second annual KPMG business report, Keeping Us Up At Night, surveyed more than 220 C-Suite executives in both large and medium-sized businesses, and both large and mid market businesses shared similar concerns and priorities. Adam Twemlow, Partner in Charge of KPMG Enterprise Queensland, discusses what's keeping mid-market CEOs up at night.…
 
According to our KPMG Enterprise and Family Business Australia Survey, current and future family business leaders often view key aspects of the business, such as succession planning, governance and growth, in different ways. But successful family business leaders need to be aligned. KPMG Enterprise Partner Ag Vacca and Director Michelle De Lucia ex…
 
Nine out of ten Australians live in a town or city, serviced by local councils which have traditionally supplied services, infrastructure and resources. But today councils are also facing the demands of accomplishing more with fewer resources, maximising efficiencies and cost-savings and responding to citizens who are increasingly sophisticated and…
 
Whether you’re a startup or a more mature company, your governance, risk and compliance practices must be constantly reviewed to meet your strategic objectives and regulatory obligations. So what constitutes effective governance today and how is it evolving? In this podcast, Partners Heather Hicks and Sarah Cain discuss governance requirements for …
 
Most organisations are undergoing some degree of digital transformation to innovate products, services and business models. Technology leaders have seen many of their business counterparts turn to third party providers in the frenzied rush to adopt the new. KPMG Partners Guy Holland and Brad Miller examine the ever-changing landscape of IT.…
 
Family businesses that communicate with each other, share ideas and harness the wisdom of older generations with the forward-thinking drive of subsequent generations, are more likely to be successful, says the 2018 Family Business Survey from KPMG Enterprise and Family Business Australia (FBA).Autor: KPMG Enterprise
 
Israel is the second most innovative nation in the world, spearheading new developments in industries such as AI, cyber security and data analytics. In this podcast, we speak to Jonathan Lavender, Global Chairman, KPMG Enterprise and Avi Biran, CEO Cyber Odysseys, about Israeli business innovation and disruption and share key learnings for Australi…
 
Australia has become a global hub for startups. The spotlight is always on founders and their vision. But success often comes at a price. Entrepreneurs find it hard to achieve a work-life balance, burn the candle at both ends, and often suffer from financial stress and anxiety. Amanda Price, Head of High Growth Ventures, KPMG Enterprise, has develo…
 
When KPMG published its report, 'Keeping us up at night: The big issues facing business leaders in 2018' – digital and innovation were at the top of the list. Rob Bazzani, National Managing Partner Enterprise, discusses these findings and other priorities for the mid market in 2018.Autor: KPMG Australia
 
Commonly, a re-evaluation of the family business structure occurs at key points in the organisation’s life cycle, such as starting, transitioning, or deciding to exit the business. So what needs to be considered and what structure is best for you? KPMG Enterprise Partners Kerri Reynolds and Ashley Miller discuss what’s best for the business and the…
 
Franchising contributes more than $144 billion to Australia’s economy and the sector employs almost half a million people. However, according to recent research not only do 10 percent of new businesses close at the end of their first year, but a large proportion of franchisees never seek independent financial advice before purchasing their franchis…
 
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