InTransition #112 – Liz Jakubowski pt. 2 – students, skills and the future workforce

In the second and final installment of our chat with Liz Jakubowski, digital maestro and director of Ribit in Data61 at CSIRO, we discuss the foundations of and history behind Ribit. A free online matchmaking platform that connects digital and STEM students with SMEs looking to grow and compete, Ribit is helping to address skills shortages and students’ employment concerns.

InTransition 111 – Liz Jakubowski – leadership in the digital age

In the first of a two-part series, digital maestro and director of CSIRO’s Data61 team Liz Jakubowski and our CEO David Pembroke discuss how to be an effective and innovative leader in the digital age. From affecting change by influencing the right people at the right ‚Äčtime to empowering diverse teams so that they believe in themselves and their message, the conversation is a refreshing one.

InTransition 110 – Elliott Franks – On connecting with niche communities through social media

Queensland government social media manager Elliott Franks spills the beans on the inner workings of state government social media strategy. From the significant number of social media channels he and his small team run to how they use multiple platforms to appeal to small and passionate communities, the online expert offers up many interesting insights applicable across all levels of government and the public sector.

InTransition 109 – John Allsopp – Keeping up with the future Web

In this week’s podcast John Allsopp discusses the future of online communications, and what public sector communicators can do to keep up.

InTransition 108 – Shannah Hayley – civic pride and local government

How can you turn a disparaging comment on “Real Housewives” into a marketing tool for your city? Shannah Hayley explains how “it’s a little Plano in here” became a meme of civic pride.

#107 Professor Stephen Martin – how to communicate public policy

Professor The Hon Stephen Martin has had a distinguished career in the Australian Parliament, academia and the private sector. He was on the advisory board on WPP’s report on the state of communications in governments worldwide, and speaks with David Pembroke about the report.

#106 Leanne Joyce – managing ministerial communications

In this episode of the InTransition podcast Leanne Joyce discusses ministerial communications, and finding the stories in public sector organisations. Leanne is an experienced corporate and public sector communicator, working as a consultant in government policy, media management, stakeholder relations, and executive management.

#105 Martyn Wallace – online citizen engagement for local government

The Scottish Local Government Digital Office is changing the way local councils communicate with online citizen engagement. In this podcast, Martyn Wallace discusses the challenges of coordinating change across multiple local government bodies.

#104 Sean Larkins – why governments should invest in communication skills

Governments that invest in communication skills achieve better outcomes, according to global research by WPP. Sean Larkins continues his discussion of “The Leaders’ Report” – the first global research focused on government communications, in part 2 of this InTransition podcast.

#103 Sean Larkins – the decline of trust in government

Sean Larkins explains how a decline of trust in government is one of 5 key challenges for government communicators, revealed in new global research.

#102 Frank Quinlan – connecting citizens with government through social media

In this podcast we learn how social media is being used to connect citizens with decision makers, to advocate for better outcomes in mental health.

#101 Ari Sharp – how to create niche content

In this podcast, Ari Sharp from the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry describes how he overcomes the hurdles of content creation in a niche subject area.

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