By

Charlie Gunningham
It’s more critical now – more than ever – to lead the right innovation in your business. Here’s why… While you may think that none of us have every seen anything like 2020 with its global pandemic, we’ve actually seen this all before. And that experience tells us how we should react now. Out of...
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There are times in your life when you just know you need a change. A change in job. A change in house. Maybe a change in town or country. Change is good. Change is all around us. Change is the only constant. Three years ago, standing in front of a UWA graduating class at Hackett...
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Ever since COVID-19 hit, with its ensuing lock downs, shut downs and stand downs, people have been yearning for a time when we will ‘get back to normal‘. Walking around the shops, restaurants and bars these past few weeks, and seeing the increased traffic on the roads, one might suspect, that in our little corner...
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Sometimes the world changes on you. It’s not your fault. It’s nobody’s fault. Even if it was, blaming someone else doesn’t remove the fact that the world has changed anyway. What does matter is how you deal with it and the actions you take to ensure you are still around after the current crisis recedes....
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There’s research going back decades that shows that women make better managers than men. On nearly all of the relevant qualities that relate to leadership effectiveness, women simply outperform their male counterparts. And yet, here we are in 2020, and still there are more men in top positions, more male CEOs, more male board members,...
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In the seventh post of this series, I cast my mind back 20 years to when I co-founded a tech startup … So there we were. We’d launched our new tech onto an unsuspecting world. A few early (aka brave) customers were trialling it. Likewise some brave staff members and investors were on board. Here...
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On the morning of the 6th December 1999, I took the 99 bus from near my house down to the aussiehome.com office in Nedlands, getting off one stop early to pick up the copy of the local newspaper.
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One of the best educators, mentors and human beings I have ever met passed away last week. He had a huge impact on my life...
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It was the 9th of the 9th ’99 when I walked into the headmaster’s study and handed in my letter of resignation… Twenty years ago today. It was a big step. I felt I had to give this crazy new tech startup a go, and it was before we had kids, so felt it was...
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I was speaking at a business breakfast the other day, and the subject of the morning was ‘creating an enterprise culture in WA‘. With our long history in successful resources and other entrepreneurial ventures, one might think that we had a great enterprise culture already. And we do. If you want to develop a mine,...
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About Charlie

For the past two decades, I have driven digital transformation and led change at various innovative companies, obtaining strong results.

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