Today, we chat with Professor Michael Cardew-Hall, the current Pro Vice-Chancellor of Innovation at the Australian National University. Here, he leads strategic initiatives to build growth in research and education outcomes through partnerships with industry, government and not-for-profit organisations. GovComms
A podcast by contentgroup, GovComms explores our industry through conversation with industry greats, experts and innovators from around the world. Hosted by our Founder and CEO David Pembroke, we share with you insights from our years of experience and through the vast knowledge of our guests. Whether you’re an industry professional or just starting out, this podcast is a must listen.
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GovComms · EP #81: Evolving Your Media Practices – With Mitch Joel This week on GovComms, we revisit a discussion between contentgroup CEO David Pembroke and Mitch Joel, a leading thinker in all matters content. At the time of this
Our guest today has a mission to use her communications expertise to help bring state, county, and city government agencies together, learn from one another and expedite positive change.
Our guest today understands the media landscape like the back of his hand.
Today on GovComms, we dip into the archives, when in 2016, contentgroup CEO David Pembroke was joined by a very special guest, Trish Johnston, who was then the Assistant Secretary of Communications at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
On this episode of GovComms, contentgroup CEO, David Pembroke, sat down in #studio19 with CEO of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering, Kylie Walker. She gives us a masterclass of advice.
Internal communications are often left behind in workplaces.
In Australia, government is harnessing digital platforms to create engaging and informative content.
“There is so much to be told in Australia’s history, and there are terrible truths that need to be spoken about but there is also much to celebrate, and I hope we continue to build on that celebration.” A poignant