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Introducing The Pickle - RMIT Online's new podcast

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Pickle (n): a tricky situation or quandary. 

The world turns. The game changes. Old rules no longer apply. And things that seemed simple, get really, really interesting.  It’s official: you’re in a pickle. 

Welcome to RMIT Online’s new podcast, The Pickle. A curious forum for everything new in tech, education, business and careers – and the interesting problems that tend to follow. We’ll be chatting to industry leaders about the forces changing their world. What’s working, what’s not working, and what we can do to fix things. It’s a little glimpse into the future of work.  

Especially the pickle-y bits. 

Available on iTunesSpotify and Android

 

EPISODE 1: Is design thinking creating lazy brands with Adam Ferrier. 

We dive into the shift to customer centricity with Australia’s godfather of brand, Adam Ferrier founder of creative agency Thinkerbell. Is design thinking creating lazy brands and homogenising products? What skills will marketers need for Industry 4.0? Join in the discussion on how to play the game in front of you, why you should care what shape your Weet-Bix are, and all the reasons you shouldn’t introduce yourself as a ‘creative’ at a party. Click here to listen

EPISODE 2: Beautiful, simple design - with Jesse Dorogusker from Square.

Live from RMIT’s Design Hub, Square’s Head of Hardware Jesse Dorogusker joins us in this episode to talk all things beautiful - and functional - design.  Interviewed by RMIT Online CEO Helen Souness, Jesse talks through his career at Apple and Square, how to create an innovation culture, and what it’s like working along side Jack Dorsey. Click here to listen

EPISODE 3: Agile may be the last thing your business needs with Nigel Dalton, REA Group.

In this episode, we dive deep into all things Agile with REA Groups’ Chief Inventor (and agile royalty) Nigel Dalton. We discuss the importance of creating an ‘Invention Culture', reclaiming the term Manager, and why Agile may be the last thing your business actually needs. Click here to listen

EPISODE 4: Women in emerging Tech and Law with Sivan Whiteley of Square, and Joni Pirovich

Ever thought you’d sit down with the General Legal Counsel of a leading Silicon Valley tech company to talk about Hemp Farmers and crypto trading licenses? Us neither. In this episode RMIT Online Mentor Joni Pirovich interviews Square’s Sivan Whiteley to discuss just that, as well as how to navigate legal tech problems and the importance of having female leadership in the finch space. Click here to listen

Available on iTunesSpotify and Android

 


 

  

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