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13 articles by Angus Dorney
The horrors of Australia’s bushfires committed many of us in technology to apply our skills to helping reduce future risk to humans, flora and fauna, and property. But without serious buy-in from the fireys and the federal government it won’t work.
The newly released, 466-page report on the NSW bushfires identifies that technology is one of the greatest areas of improvement that the New South Wales fire fighting agencies and their partners can undertake.
“You have to move as slowly as us.” This was the advice from a government official who was visibly worried by the rapid pace we were suggesting for a tech project. This wasn’t the first time we saw government afraid of moving fast.
With fintechs and neobanks posing an existential threat to the Big Four banks, the incumbents are scrambling to launch their own digital ventures to try to fend off the disruptors — but are they doing it wrong?
Last week in Australia, we witnessed a spectacular and public implosion of company values from one of the most popular banks.
Data is addictive, but should we surrender our Right to Privacy in order to control COVID-19?
In business leadership, the conventional wisdom is that one person should be the driving force. Any alternative leadership structure typically is met with eyebrows raised high. As a co-chief executive, it’s the reaction I was expecting...
common workplace sayings that people may think are smart, but they are actually dumb
Read Angus’s thoughts on traditional consultancies below
One year ago, I made the biggest move of my career and joined Kablamo as co-CEO.
When the internet challenged the global media industry, companies were confronted with a stark choice — innovate or perish.
Sometimes being a high performer in an industry with a bad reputation can be a burden due to what I call Customer Stockholm Syndrome.
Today, I join a special group of people who are creating a truly amazing company.