Rob Nail, CEO and Associate Founder of Singularity University, joins host Graham Brown in a discussion about the future, leadership, and how storytelling helps to create change. Sharing his insights on the “age of disruption,” Rob draws from his extensive background in engineering and building autonomous cars to give illustrative examples of how we can achieve “future readiness.”
In this episode, brought to you from the Singapore Management Festival, Graham Brown sits down with Lewis Pugh, ocean advocate and endurance swimmer – who’s often referred as the ‘Sir Edmund Hilary of swimming’ and UN Patron of Oceans.
Lewis shares his experiences undertaking a variety of endurance challenges around the world, including swimming in every ocean, across the English Channel, and even how he swam Mount Everest! The pair also discusses different environmental issues facing the planet such as plastic pollution and climate change, particularly rising temperatures in the Arctic.
Lewis delves into the challenges he’s faced in raising awareness for environmental concerns, how he deals with the frustration of slow progress, and how world leaders need to take more courageous action.
Howard Yu is the LEGO Professor of Management and Innovation at IMD Business School, and author of LEAP. In this conversation, we share top level insights from Howard’s talk at the Singapore Management Festival. We look at how companies innovate for hypergrowth, not just in the short term, but over generations. Howard shares case studies on innovative companies that may surprise you such as John Deere (an agricultural machinery manufacturer). We also take a look at success and failure in Asia’s hypercompetitive markets, the role of diversity in innovation, and the 3 steps organizational leaders can take to nurture more innovative cultures. It’s a conversation that looks under the hood of business success and failure, companies that include Amazon, AWS, Tencent, DBS, Kodak and GoJek.
In this episode, Graham sits down with Sahar Hashemi, founder of Coffee Republic and confectionery brand Skinny Candy. The pair sit down to discuss her qualifying as a lawyer and how she transitioned into an entrepreneur, how she dealt with initial self-doubt, and why she rarely listens to other people’s advice.
Nell Watson, Founder of QuantaCorp (Poikos) and who describes herself as a Machine Learning & Tech philosopher, joins host Graham Brown in conversation about Artificial Intelligence. AI is one of the hottest topics today and there are some burning questions that are often asked about the subject, like how is it going to affect businesses, or what will be it’s impact on society and us humans in general. There are endless debates raging about AI and ethics. Over the next 50 mins, Nell and Graham delve into the fascinating world of AI to understand Nell’s perspective on these questions.
Kyle Nel, Executive Vice President of the Uncommon Partners Lab at Singularity University, explains how organisations can break out of incrementalism to achieve exponential growth. Using illustrations from his background in behavioural science, Kyle shares why bullet form is the worst way to change someone’s behaviour, and what you can do instead to positively impact decision making.
Brett Schilke is the Director of Impact at Singularity University, leading global impact strategy and impact partnerships ranging from education to nuclear threat reduction. A provocateur
Who operators at the Intersection of technology, humanity and storytelling, Brett tells a compelling story of how technology can make us better humans, if only we employ it for building better futures.
For this special episode of SIM podcast, host Graham Brown caught up in person with Jody Medich at the Singularity Conference held in Singapore by SIM. Jody is an Independent consultant for Product design as well as an international faculty & Graduate studies program mentor/advisor at the Singularity University in California, USA.
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