Podcasts and other audio content from Phil Dobbie

Buying a Business, People and All

Buying a business is more than looking at the figures. Tony Arena says you have to look at who is running the business.

Broadband tales from the bush

Are folks in regional Australia really suffering from a dilapidated infrastructure controlled by an uncaring monopoly?

I’m Not Coming in Today

Aussies are spending more and more time away from the workplace – 15 percent spend 13 weeks a year outside their usual place of employment.

Australia Post Should Stick to the Knitting

Should Australia Post really be looking for alternate revenue streams to compensate for the rapidly declining demand for postal services?

Selling to the Big Retailers

Retail expert Julian Josem explains how to get your product onto store racks or supermarket shelves.

Don’t Kill The Passion

Charles Kovess, author of Passionate People Produce, asks why some people are enthusiastic about working at a new company, but soon after it becomes just another job.

5 Rules For Pricing

Pricing a new product is one of the most complex issues producers face. Here are some rules to follow to get it right.

Everything old is Project New again

Telstra is undergoing a transformation project, but is that news? Isn’t Telstra always undergoing some sort of change program?

What is Neuroscience?

Neuroscience is becoming a more popular technique for market research. Graham Page explains how it can be applied.

How Fish Can Help Your Corporate Culture

Stephen Lundin was so impressed with the atmosphere in the fish markets in Seattle that he decided to document it on film and use it as part of a training program.

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