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Ron Gauci calls for National AI Strategy
Ron joins the Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
Ron Gauci, CEO of the Australian Information Industry Association discusses the call for sufficient funding into Australia’s national Artificial Intelligence (AI) strategy.
The AIIA is calling on the Federal Government to allocate $250 million in the May budget to ensure Australia becomes a global leader in AI research and commercialisation and doesn’t fall behind its international peers.
When the Government does announce its National Artificial Intelligence (AI) Strategy it must come with significant funding over the $29.9 million it currently contributes over four years. The Australian Government commissioned the Artificial Intelligence: Solving problems, growing the economy and improving our quality of life, in November 2019 to assist its AI Roadmap which outlines the many opportunities and benefits available from investing in a National AI Strategy.
The AIIA is urging the Federal Government to support AI efforts, and focus on supporting R&D through to commercialisation of innovative products and services. This will help to maximise the return for Australian businesses and boost the AI sector and ensure our traditional industries remain internationally competitive including in agriculture, finance, health and manufacturing.
The Inner Chief with Greg Layton
Ron has become famous for his track record in turning around organisations and setting them on the path to fantastic success. He has been called Mr Fix-It and The Turnaround CEO.
- We talk all about
- The stories of some of his major turnarounds and the key principles that guided him
- His three step process for launching turnarounds
- How to have the difficult conversations and get buy-in from a wide range of often highly emotional stakeholders
The One Shot Podcast with Craig Schulze
As you go thru business, there comes a point when you need to tackle bigger problems to scale and grow. Ron Gauci is one of the go to people when it comes to tackling this space. Ron is a known high level executive coach, keynote speaker and has previously sat on a lot of boards for consulting. Known as Mr. Fix-it, today we interview Ron as he shares his expertise in business, scaling agencies and solving problems. Listen to today’s episode of The One Shot Movement Podcast.
Interview with Anne Jamieson from Saxton
A great discussion over the challenges leaders face during this difficult time of COVID-19.
Interview with Holly Ransom on leadership
“The easiest thing for leaders to do right now is to cut costs… but nothing grows while you’re choking it!” I spoke to Ron Gauci GAICD to understand the hashtag#leadershipskills needed to steer our businesses successfully through the hashtag#covid19 crisis. What do we do when every decision is a tough decision? How do we formulate, communicate and get buy-in for our plan? A few key conversation points stand out: 1. Nothing grows while you’re choking it 2. We only get one chance at trust 3. Never waste a crisis 4. Empathy is your critical competitive advantage From a leader who has walked into many a crisis situation and emerged out the other side with both personal values and business value intact, we hope this practical conversation supports you to lead through COVID-19.
Interview with Chris Cubbage for CyberSecurity Weekly Podcast
COVIDsafe gets peak industry backing – with support provided by the AIIA – we spoke to AIIA CEO Ron Gauci GAICD this morning for the MySecurity Media Cyber Security Weekly Podcast – as of today 2.8 million Australians have downloaded the hashtag#Covidsafe App hashtag#covid19aus
LINK is https://lnkd.in/gJZjUeZ
Australian Leadership – “Aussie Brazenness” – With Joseph Ghaly and Victor Perton The Centre for Optimism
Ron Gauci talks to Australian Leadership‘s Joe Ghaly and Victor Perton on Australian Leadership. During a diverse executive career, Ron Gauci has led organisations adapting to disruptive change and competition. These organisations include Melbourne’s iconic Federation Square, then financially-troubled Melbourne Polytechnic (formerly NMIT), the Melbourne Storm Rugby League Club after the infamous salary cap rorting scandal and the Aust/NZ operations of Verizon Business. Ron sits on theBoard of Softball Australia and the Confederation of Australian Motor Sports (CAMS) Foundation.
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Australian Business Continuity
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