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He’s the guy who put the “i” in iPhone. Ken Segall is the Former Creative Director at Apple...working side by side with Steve Jobs for almost 12 years...and he’s also the author of the best-selling books “Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple's Success” and “Think Simple: How Smart Leaders Defeat Complexity” At the recent World Business Forum held in Sydney...Former CEO of Chartered Accountants ANZ...Lee White...sat down with Ken Segall...in a private members session…to discuss his reflections on working at Apple...and how important keeping it simple leads to success.
Big Data and AI are part of our everyday lexicon.We're inundated with so many stories about how our lives will be changed for the better, and at the same time, we're told that big data and AI will adversely affect and threaten our very livelihood.The mixed messages in the media are confusing, to say the least.Many industries and professions alike are predicted to be non-existent or shrink into irrelevancy in the next decade.Sounds pretty bleak, right?In this episode, Ted Talk Speaker and Author, Tim Leberecht, joins Hosts Lee Sujanto and Mike Lynch to discuss how romance is the key to winning and succeeding in the era of new technology.
Can SMB's take on larger companies in the online marketplace? In this episode, Acuity Magazine Publisher, Andy McLean, and Host Mike Lynch speak with Michiel Heijmans, COO and Partner of the renowned Search Engine Optimisation Company YOAST, about how businesses can use SEO to drive traffic and compete successfully on the internet.
Are you doing the right thing by your customers and employees? In this episode of the Acuity Podcast, hosts Mike Lynch and Jennifer Black talk with John Neil, Co-Head Advice and Education at the Ethics Centre in Sydney, about the importance of business ethics and how doing the right thing can add to your bottom line.
In this episode of the Acuity podcast, host Mike Lynch is joined by Acuity publishing supervisor Leigh Sujanto. [01m:36s] They chat with Tonya Garcia from Market Watch, [19m:59s] and the CEO of the Australian National Online Retailers Association (NORA) , Paul Greenberg about the possible ramifications for retailers and consumers when Amazon sets up shop in Australia and New Zealand.