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Archive for category: Ceo's Corner
Submitted by: Web Ideas - 5-Mar-2018
CEO’s today work in a very different environment to that of the CEO of yesterday. Today’s business platform is dynamic and rapidly changing. In this short video CEO Ben Verwaayen sums up the Philosophy behind BDCMI's Diversity on demand module. Innovation is necessary and comes from a business that has unlocked its diversity dividend.
Today the top challenge in business is innovation. To innovate requires behavioral change both within the organisation and within the individual. So then how do you create behavioral change, because to do so is a massive undertaking.... read more
Submitted by: Halinka Panzera - 5-Mar-2016
The FIAL eCatalogue is an online searchable tool connecting international buyers with Australian food and beverage suppliers. International buyers have advised the specific company and product information required to aid making informed buying decisions. Users of the eCatalogue include: Export ready suppliers across 25 categories Pre-qualified international buyers across retail, foodservice and ecommerce channels Government and industry officials from Australia and in-market posts... read more
Submitted by: Halinka Panzera - 2-Feb-2016
Today’s blog showcases one of our latest ON DEMAND tools, that we provide in partnership with THEKEY2. This partnership enables the BDC Market Intelligence team to understand and develop your organisations social mission. Knowing why your business exists - and expanding its reach more broadly, to encompass consumers as well as shareholders, helps business keep ahead of the game in an environment that is rapidly changing.... read more
Submitted by: Halinka Panzera - 12-Dec-2015
Ray Anderson introduces himself as a husband, a father and a grandfather. He defines himself primarily in relationship to others. He understands the importance of personal and social connectedness. The danger for a company’s leadership is in the gap between people’s personal and societal needs and the responsibility to drive profit as CEO’s are required to do. Companies therefore need to do both, by embracing models for improving social and environmental welfare as well as creating growth. Changing to survive is only understood as leaders put short term profit motives in the broader social perspective.... read more