In Accenture’s podcast series, journalist Rae Johnston talks to Australia’s C-suite about emerging, transforming & accelerating post-pandemic.
Want to make change work for your business? Hear how prominent C-suite business leaders are driving their business and the Australian economy forward.
Rae is an award-winning STEM journalist, Wiradjuri woman, mother, broadcaster, voice actor and MC. She is an enthusiastic, professional and passionate speaker, with an innate ability to extract intriguing and relatable insights and observations from complex topics.
CSIRO’s Chief Executive shares how Australia is using science and tech to “grow our way out of this pandemic” – and what’s next for public health, the environment… and cattle?!
“Normal was never good for gender equality” – so how can we even begin to regain any lost ground caused by the pandemic, let alone reach any previously set targets? Should business leaders continue to prioritise this with so much going on? Australia’s former Sex Discrimination Commissioner, and founder of Champions of Change Coalition shares why focusing on Australia’s “diversity dividend” is critical, and how businesses can start small to pick up some of the slack.
Banks underpin the modern economy, with a healthy financial sector being vital for post-COVID economic recovery and long term national prosperity. There is a huge opportunity for Australia’s big banks to drive the nation’s growth and rebuild customer trust. What steps are they taking – and will it be enough?
Australia’s security landscape was evolving fast – but now it’s morphing at breakneck speed. How can Australian businesses realise a more secure future? Find out in this conversation with Andy Penn, Telstra CEO and Chair of the Industry Advisory Panel which assisted with the development of Australia’s 2020 Cyber Security Strategy.
Dr. Andrew Charlton, Managing Director, Accenture Strategy discusses the state of the nation and shares some of the unexpected impacts of this pandemic. What do business leaders need to focus on right now and what’s next for Australia? Listen to find out.