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  • David Butler

    David Butler - Design to Grow, from Startups to Scale-ups

    David Butler, has been recognised by Fast Company as one of its 'Masters of Design'. David talks about how Coca Cola has designed for scale using the framework: Explore – Simplify, Standardise, Integrate – Scale.
  • Vaughan Schwass

    Dan Radcliffe & Vaughan Schwass - New Zealand Transformations by Design Stories

    Taking ‘small, sharp bets’ allows the opportunity to test new ideas and markets without compromising what has already been built, the importance of being really clear about what your core business is and launching early – the day you launch something you learn twice as much as what you knew the day before
  • Joe Lassiter

    Joe Lassiter - Birth and Re-Birth in Your Business

    Joe discusses how businesses can seize on new opportunities and re-invent themselves quickly and effectively; why you shouldn’t be afraid of failure; the importance of reverse engineering; the importance of building a culture around an idea and why entrepreneurship is not genetic or a phenomenon.
  • Gadi Amit

    Gadi Amit - The Wisdom of the Hand in Technology Design

    Named one of the 1000 Most Creative People by Fast Company Magazine in 2014, Gadi talks about the importance of creativity and emotional connection in a technological age and explains why some chaos at the beginning of a project can be a good thing.
  • Rod Drury

    Rod Drury & Andy Hovey - Designing a Global Business

    Xero's CEO Rod Drury and Global Product Design Director Andy Hovey talk about their global mission and business transformation.
  • Rob Fyfe

    Rob Fyfe - Taking an Organisation to the Next Level

    Icebreaker CEO Rob Fyfe talks about the need to separate out the transformation programme and business as usual.
  • Jill Bolte Taylor

    Jill Bolte Taylor - The Whole Brain Approach

    Neuroanatomist, Jill Bolte Taylor, explains the differences in the way the left and right hemispheres of the brain process information; the fact that people have a preference for one over the other; and how to value these preferences to form a cohesive team in an organisation.
  • Gadi Amit

    Gadi Amit - Creative Chaos

    Gadi Amit explains 'creative chaos' and how it can help to reach the point of maximum creative potential on a problem sooner. He also shares his view on opportunities for New Zealand businesses to create something unique on the world stage.
  • Joe Lassiter

    Joe Lassiter - What It Takes To Be An Entrepreneur

    Harvard Business School Professor, Joe Lassiter provides insights on what it takes to be a good entrepreneur, discussing the two timeframes an entrepreneur must live in and the ideal size/composition of an entrepreneurial team.
  • David Butler RadioLIVE

    David Butler - Combining Fixed and Flexible Elements

    Vice President of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at The Coca-Cola Company, David Butler, discusses how to combine the 'fixed' and 'flexible' elements of an organisation - from products to people - to design for scale or agility.
  • Dan Radcliff

    Dan Radcliffe - Reverse Engineering

    Executive Director and Founder of International Volunteer HQ, Dan Radcliffe, discusses the importance of 'reverse engineering' - looking at where you see your business in 10 or 20 years time and working backwards to achieve it using small, sharp bets.
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    Andy Papathanassiou: Disrupt by Design Interaction

    Andy Papathanassiou became the first ever ‘pit crew coach’ when he was hired as a member of NASCAR’s Hendrick Motorsports team in 1992. His philosophy and views as an outsider ultimately shifted the paradigm of how pit crews select and train their members.
  • Aura Oslapas Interview

    Aura Oslapas - Connecting with your customers

    Aura Oslapas is the former Senior Vice President and Chief Design Officer US electronic retailer Best Buy, a role in which she helped transform Best Buy into the clear authority and destination for technology products and services in the consumer-driven, omnichannel world.
  • Rainer Wessler Interview

    Rainer Wessler - Widening the China Lens

    Rainer Wessler, Executive Creative Director of global design and innovation firm frog, shares his insights into doing business in China, including the importance of widening your lens beyond your customer, what you can lean from local businesses and never underestimating the sophistication of the China market.
  • Rob Fyfe Interview

    Rob Fyfe - Lessons in Leadership

    Former Air New Zealand CEO and current Executive Chairman of Icebreaker and Director of Antarctica New Zealand, Rob Fyfe, shares his leadership lessons over the past three decades.
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