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49 minutes | 4 months ago
#37 - The Elephant in the Room with Jonathan Goodman
The elephant in the room is that the mining industry has lost the trust of the most serious investors, causing an exodus of capital that will not return quickly.
46 minutes | 5 months ago
#36 - The Career Road Less Travelled with Attila Pentek
A common career fork in the road: to stay and be loyal to a company to earn opportunities? Or to leave and pursue challenges elsewhere? That is the question in the minds of many.
52 minutes | 5 months ago
#35 - Why we decided to create this podcast
Over the last 4 years, Steve and I have been the interviewers asking all the questions. This time, we are the ones answering the questions. And you the listeners get to find out what you have always wanted to know about Exploration Radio.
54 minutes | a year ago
#34 - In a League of Her Own with Kathy Ehrig
Career paths for executives and managers are usually well established. For technical roles, usually not so. What is Kathy Ehrig's secret to surviving as one for nearly 3 decades at BHP? Learning a new language.
17 minutes | a year ago
MINI - The Good & the Bad of the UNCOVER project
UNCOVER was an initiative setup to combat the declining rate of mineral discoveries in Australia. There were many good outcomes from the project; NExUS being one. But perhaps in the end, the project struggled to accomplish its main goal - of changing the exploration industry in Australia.
45 minutes | a year ago
#33 - Learning from Walt Disney with Richard Lilly
Over 80 years ago, Walt Disney started teaching his employees how to become better animators. Richard Lilly and NExUS are trying to do the same with geoscientists now.
58 minutes | a year ago
#32 - Turning Around the Titanic with Sam Walsh
Everyone says making changes in big companies is like turning around the Titanic. Find out how Sam Walsh did it for one of the biggest companies in the world.
64 minutes | a year ago
#31 - Making Decisions in Real Time with Michelle Carey and Marcus Lake
We are obsessed with technology that gives us data in real time. What we really need is the ability to make better decisions in near real time.
67 minutes | a year ago
#30 - First Tell a Story, then Run it as a Business with Tony Manini
Would early stage exploration be more successful in attracting investment if it was funded by private investors... like how venture capital firms fund startups in other industries.
62 minutes | 2 years ago
#29 - A Major Difference with Steve McIntosh
Everyone in the industry has an opinion on how major companies should run exploration. Maybe it is time we have an honest conversation about why these companies have to be different.
62 minutes | 2 years ago
#28 - Is Innovation a Behavioural Problem with Michelle Ash
All innovation programs have a 70/30 rule associated with them. Only 30% of the problem is related to the technology. The other 70% is all about people's behaviours. To be successful, you have to solve both.
41 minutes | 2 years ago
#27 - Circular Economy in Mining with Saleem Ali
Did you know that 3M started off as mining venture in 1902? Over the last 100 years, it has become a materials company. Would mining companies be more sustainable as a business if they were more vertically integrated? Should they do more than just mining?
59 minutes | 2 years ago
#26 - The Hidden Risk in "No-Risk" Countries with Christian Jervelund
Social license issues have become commonplace in mining. In OECD countries, where there are more avenues of industrial development, navigating these has its own risks. We perceive these countries to be low risk for mining development. But is that changing?
33 minutes | 2 years ago
#25 - What, Why and How: Data Science in Mining with Richard Scott
A lot of the debate around data science in mining focuses on the what and the why: what information do geologists and engineers need to learn and why do they need to learn it. But the real question is: how do we learn from each other?
31 minutes | 2 years ago
#24 - Real-Time Analytics with Thor Kallestad
Mining has always been considered a laggard in adopting real-time analytics when compared to the oil and gas industry. This was not because of a lack of interest. In reality, there were some good reasons why this did not work in mining. Until now.
19 minutes | 2 years ago
MINI - Should Academics Be More Entrepreneurial?
Would academic research be more relevant to industry if academics adopted a more entrepreneurial approach? What could the lean startup model teach researchers?
47 minutes | 2 years ago
#23 - Re-defining Resource Development with Mary Poulton
A geologist, an engineer, and a social scientist walk into a bar. They discuss how the value proposition of resource development has changed and how we need to evolve it beyond just the economic benefit it provides.
53 minutes | 2 years ago
#22 - The Wisdom of the Crowd with Holly Bridgwater
Bill Joy once said "There are always more smart people outside your company than within it"... So should we be looking at ways to utilise the wisdom of the crowd? Are the many cleverer than the few?
76 minutes | 2 years ago
#21 - The Entrepreneur's Dilemma with Justin Strharsky
The role of any entrepreneur, or any startup, is to learn... learn as quickly as possible before you go out of business.
60 minutes | 2 years ago
#20 - The Three Princes of Serendip with Samantha Copeland (Part 2)
Once upon a time, there were Three Princes from Serendip. They had many adventures. One of them involved a camel. This story teaches us a lot about serendipity...and ultimately about scientific discoveries.
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