• IN BUSINESS WITH BDO

    BDO in Australia podcast series.

Australian Business Podcast

In Business with BDO is a new podcast series where our experts share insights and expertise on the top issues and topics impacting organisations, and finance-related issues affecting individuals. Our thought leaders across business, advisory, tax and audit delve into strategy, innovation, regulation, ideas and trends to give you the edge.

You can listen to our podcast on the audio player below or subscribe on the following platforms: Apple, Spotify, Google, iHeart Radio, Castbox, Overcast, Castro, Stitcher.

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Episode 4: Survival of the fittest: how your business can thrive in the new reality

Companies will have to show courage and take advantage of opportunities, not treading water. In this episode, BDO’s National Leader, Business Restructuring, Andrew Fielding and Partner, Corporate Finance, Adam Myers, explore resilient operational practice as the business landscape continues to change.

With an artificial avalanche of insolvencies anticipated as Australian businesses are weaned from stimulus packages, they must understand their dealers, suppliers and clients. Testing assumptions, understanding key drivers and planning for various scenarios have always been important, and they are now imperative.

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Andrew Fielding

ANDREW FIELDING
National Leader, Business Restructuring

Adam Myers

ADAM MYERS
Partner, Corporate Finance

Episode 3: Using innovation to create opportunity from challenges

In this episode, BDO’s National Leader Business Services, Matt Laming and Head of Strategic Innovation, Tanya Titman, explore how businesses can navigate out of this current uncertainly to get a competitive advantage. The combination of best practice reporting and processes, and less resistance and barriers to innovation is an incredible opportunity for many organisations.

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Tanya Titman

TANYA TITMAN
Head of Strategic Innovation, BDO in Brisbane

Matt Laming

MATT LAMING
National Leader, Business Services

Episode 2: How business culture is evolving in changing times

Culture happens, every business has one – it only becomes a topic of conversation when the culture is not what we want it to be. In this episode we explore the fundamentals of organisational culture; what creates it, how to shift it when it’s no longer productive, and most significantly how to manage it in times of great uncertainty.

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JENINE WATERS

JENINE WATERS
National Leader, People Advisory

JOE OCCHINO

JOE OCCHINO
Associate Director, People Advisory

Episode 1: What happens to your super when you die?

In our first episode, BDO’s National Leader for Superannuation, Paul Rafton, and BDO Self-Managed Super Fund expert, Shirley Schaefer, address how to control what happens to your assets when you die.  As we contend with contemporary asset structures like superannuation, and family groups growing increasingly diverse, in 2020 it takes more than just a Will to get your affairs securely in order.

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PAUL RAFTON

PAUL RAFTON
National Leader, Superannuation

SHIRLEY SCHAEFER

SHIRLEY SCHAEFER
Partner, Superannuation

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