Rank #1: Are robots taking our jobs?
Greg Miller, Executive Director at Faethm, joins the podcast to explore the future of jobs and skills in Industry 4.0. Rocky and Greg discuss the growing skills gap in Australia, the impact of new technologies on the work force, and how Faethm is helping to identify re-skilling opportunities with the use of A.I.
Rank #2: Keeping the humanity in banking
This episode, Catriona Noble joins Rocky to give her take on retail innovation. Catriona is currently the MD of Retail Distribution at ANZ, but also has a long history with McDonalds in Australia, spending her final fours years there as CEO. She shares her insights across both roles, how the use of data is fuelling decision-making and innovation, and the importance in keeping the human factor in banking experiences.
Rank #3: Driving the innovation agenda
Rocky is joined by Chris Bennetts, Executive Director of Digital Products Delivery and Innovation at Transport for NSW. Government is often seen as a laggard in technology terms, but Chris dispels this perception by taking us through the innovation process within Transport for NSW and how that's helped bring new products and services to the commuters within the NSW region.
Rank #4: Banking On Industry 4.0
Rocky Scopelliti sits down with Brett King, famed futurist, author, host of Breaking Banks and CEO of Moven - a $200m mobile bank start-up. Brett talks us through the rise of mobile payments, particularly in developing nations, and the new technologies that are disrupting the financial services sector. Rocky also delves into Brett's latest book, Bank 4.0, exploring some of the interesting findings and bold predictions that Brett has made. To find out more about Bank 4.0, visit http://brettking.com/
Rank #5: Entering The 4th Industrial Revolution
As we enter the 4th Industrial Revolution, Rocky Scopelliti, host of Enterprise 4.0 - On Point, is joined by Steve Vallas and Charlie Sukkar to explore the worlds of Blockchain and IoT. What opportunities can they bring to Australia and how ready are enterprise and government to harness these new technologies?