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  • The World Turned Upside Down
    International authority on energy markets, Dr Joseph Stanislaw, outlines his key highlights for the 2011 APPEA conference.
    Podcast | March 2011 | 19 minutes
  • The California Energy Crisis: lessons learned
    Australian energy leader Michael Rath speaks to global energy expert Professor Jim Sweeney and Energy Retailers Association of Australia’s Executive Director Cameron O’Reilly about the California Energy Crisis.
  • Key impacts of the 2009 Federal Budget on small and medium sized enterprises
    Paul Hockridge, Deloitte partner, will be discussing how Deloitte can help clients understand the impact the 2009 Federal Budget may have on their business. (7 mins 34 secs)
  • How to make it new: fostering a culture of innovation in turbulent times
    Giam Swiegers, chief executive officer, Deloitte Australia, Jim Quigley, chief executive officer, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and Ruwayda Ebrahim, partner, Deloitte Southern Africa discuss how organizations looking at long-term sustainability can create a culture of innovation and so develop fresh ideas that create value. (25 mins 13 secs).
  • Managing expectations in volatile times
    Alan Scott and John Downes, both Deloitte partners, discuss how these volatile times are affecting staff, customers and financiers. Alan will touch on various ways to drive people to achieve better results in today’s climate. (10 mins 04 secs).

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