What we think
At Disruptors Co, we sit at the forefront of the ever evolving ways of tech and business.
Here, we reflect on the constant change at play, and offer tech positive thought leadership for innovators.
In this episode of the Disruptors Debrief podcast, Laura McDonald speaks to Joanne Jacobs about STEM education and the C2 Create to Collaborate career hack event.
“If an organisation attempts to weather disruption without innovation, they risk being unaware of what’s possible,” writes Joanne in this blog on why innovation is needed for change.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the climate crisis have cast long shadows over businesses. What will the 2022 election mean for your business?
The third and final blog in our series on ‘climate change policy’ takes a look at how, The Australian Labor Party is pitching itself to the Australian people ahead of the federal election.
Following the east coast floods and new evidence from IPCC, we look at the climate change policy of the Coalition ahead of the 2022 election, in part two of our blog series on ‘climate change policy’.
This article explores how three core disruptions are planting the seeds for a mindSHIFT in the telecommunications industry.
As Australia races towards this year’s federal election, we explore the broader policy landscape and the international expectations around climate policy.
In this post we delve into an enterprise insight; the creation of opportunities in the energy industry that can shift the sector to where it needs to be, if it’s to be economically and ecologically sustainable in the immediate future.
At a time characterised by worsening ecological degradation and deepening social upheaval, there’s never been a brighter spotlight on companies and their broader social and environmental impact on the world.
In part two of ‘Effective policy making in a mindSHIFTing landscape’ we look to history, to see what policies the airline industry put into action after 9/11.
COVID-19 is one of those events that should not have come as a surprise for the people whose task it is to evaluate policies relating to global shock events. For those who shape and make effective policy that outlines how companies respond to these events, we’ve been here before.
As we bid farewell to a tumultuous 2021, and crash into an already challenging 2022, one could be forgiven for thinking that the ever-evolving COVID-19 situation, and its associated chaos, will remain the biggest global challenge for years to come.