Posts tagged with ‘Reputation’

  • Intrapreneurs – risk, reward and innovation

    By Dan Gaffney on March 29, 2015
    Intrapreneurs reveals insights from scholars, entrepreneurs and UNSW graduate students on the subjects of business innovation, risk, investment, success and failure – all part of the diet of being an entrepreneur inside and outside a corporation. Credits: True North Media © 2013 Production – Dan Gaffney Camera – Nait Wiles Sound – Ben Hooft Editing – Shaun Dougherty Client – UNSW […]
  • Going viral: the role of choice, word of mouth and humanity

    By Dan Gaffney on February 5, 2014
    There are three reasons why being remarkable matters more than ever in our viral, connected economy. Infinite choice The Internet gives access to an abundance of options. There’s greater competition because the connected economy has lowered the old barriers to entry. Now we’re spoilt for choice by an online economy flooded with easy-to-buy goods and services. Want a book on yoga? No […]
  • Software powers CSIRO’s carbon-neutral target

    By Dan Gaffney on November 28, 2013
    CSIRO’s ambition to become carbon-neutral by 2015 is being powered by software to track and manage its environmental footprint. Australia’s national science agency hopes to halve its water and waste profile and achieve efficiency gains through greener procurement, behaviour change, and greater use of renewable energy. CSIRO appointed Envizi to assist its sustainability efforts after considering proposals from several software […]
  • GPT – sustainability adds value to commercial property

    By Dan Gaffney on November 25, 2013
    The GPT Group invests in sustainability for one simple reason: it delivers financial value to investors, customers and stakeholder communities. It is also consistent with the company’s corporate strategy of “creating and sustaining environments that enrich people’s lives.” Since 2005 GPT Group has posted a string of positive environmental results across its portfolio of 45 commercial and retail properties: a […]
  • Ramsay Healthcare: financial grade sustainability reporting

    By Dan Gaffney on November 22, 2013
    Reputation, risk and compliance reporting were key drivers for Ramsay Health to adopt technology that gives the company real time visibility of its energy and environmental footprint. The ASX-listed healthcare provider caters to broad health care needs, including complex surgery, psychiatric care and rehabilitation. The company operates 9,000 beds, employs 30,000 staff on three continents, admitting more than one million […]
  • Monash targets cuts to energy use and carbon emissions

    By Dan Gaffney on November 18, 2013
    By 2020 Monash University plans to slash its energy use by 30 per cent in a bid to cut its energy bills and reduce carbon emissions. The university is of one of the largest energy users in Victoria, consuming about 100,000 megawatt hours of electricity annually. Its energy consumption – enough to power 15,200 homes – results in the annual […]