Richard Goyder: Using Banking-as-a-Service to capitalize on trends in financial services
The Finnovate Show
More and more banking consumers are leaving their traditional providers behind to satisfy their evolving needs. Non-traditional providers are challenged to scale their operations. All is being driven by dramatic technology advances and innovation that is taking place all over the world. Richard Goyder, Head of Value Proposition for Finaptic Technologies shares his experience and a unique business model that enables Canadian financial services providers, big and small, to keep pace with change, adapt and grow in response.
Richard Goyder - The state of our ecomony and the AFL
Mornings with Liam Bartlett
Leading Australian businessman Richard Goyder joins Gareth Parker to talk about the state of our state and the state of our nation saying "we are digging a fairly significant hole economically that now we have to work out how to get out of."The Chair of Qantas, Woodside and the AFL says that "I am one of the few who have been an advocate for loosening the border arrangements with some States and appropriate risk management about it." Richard also addresses the challenges the AFL has faced this year saying that the quarantine and travel restrictions have been too stringent on the WA players. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In Episode 35, “It's All About Survival”, Blenheim Partners‘ Gregory Robinson is delighted to speak to Richard Goyder AO, Chairman of Woodside Petroleum Ltd, Qantas Airways Ltd and the Australian Football League Commission. He is also the Chair of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Australia, the West Australian Symphony Orchestra and the Channel 7 Telethon Trust. Richard was previously the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Wesfarmers Ltd and the Chairman of the B20 Summit held in Australia.Richard and Greg discuss the big issues facing business, government and all members of society. We learn about the art of leadership, being bold in placing the big bets and why Richard considers surviving as his greatest achievement. In this candid conversation, he shares with us his experiences from growing up in country Western Australia, taking the helm at Wesfarmers and building a world class team, to the challenges of disruption and complexity facing Directors in the Boardroom.Richard talks about his long-term view on energy and his proud involvement with Qantas, the AFL and the Indigenous community. We also step back and hear of Richards drive across the Nullabor, his trips to the Kimberley, as he imparts advice to current and aspiring leaders and reminds us all not to lose sight of what is important in life.
Can nice guys make it to the top? Richard Goyder is the chairman of the AFL, Qantas, Woodside and the Channel 7 Telethon Trust. The father-of-four reveals how you can succeed without being a jerk. BONUS CONTENT: https://thewest.com.au/lifestyle/good-chat-podcast/ GOOD CHAT SHOW NOTES: https://matttinney.com JOIN THE GOOD CHATTERS FACEBOOK GROUP: https://facebook.com/groups/goodchatpodcast
Outgoing Wesfarmers CEO, Richard Goyder talks to Ross about his early life growing up on a farm, his journey to become CEO of Australia's largest private employer and his new role as the AFL Commission Chairman.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Innovation: Wesfarmers' MD Richard Goyder Brings on the New
Knowledge@Australian School of Business - Video Interviews
The bigger the business, the less likely it is to be innovative, according to Wesfarmers managing director Richard Goyder. And that's no small claim from the chief of a conglomerate with some 200,000 employees. However, the Western Australian group, that began almost 100 years ago as a farmer's cooperative, has managed to keep growing and innovating across diverse sectors, including retail, resources and financial services. And its latest results indicate it's on plan to turnaround the Coles group business. In an interview with Knowledge@Australian School of Business, Goyder outlines how Wesfarmers, with its many smaller companies, beats the problem of innovation shrinking in inverse proportion to the organisation's size.