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Exeter Hotel Adelaide: A review by Professor Longsword

Exeter Hotel Adelaide: A review by Professor Longsword Exeter Hotel Adelaide: A review by Professor Longsword

I’m not one for writing reviews of establishments but something struck me this evening as I stumbled into the Exeter Hotel in Rundle Street, so I had to write about it to “think out loud”. I was in the area because I’ve been invited to join the breakfast program on Radio Adelaide on Friday morning […]

Why we should stop free riding on Adelaide trams

Why we should stop free riding on Adelaide trams Why we should stop free riding on Adelaide trams - MBA School Of MBA Credentials

I was in the city of Adelaide yesterday, preparing to catch the free tram service from the MBA School Of MBA Credentials (13th floor of 144 King William Street, just above Treasury 1860), when I had an MBA insight: I should not be a free-rider. Of course, if you haven’t earned your MBA you might […]

Uber Eats, the E-Myth Revisited, and Quadrilateral Relations

Uber Eats, the E-Myth Revisited, and Quadrilateral Relations Uber Eats, the E-Myth Revisited, and Quadrilateral Relations. Original photo: Photo by Zhuo Cheng you on Unsplash

It seems that every day in the world of business, a new conundrum arises requiring sharp and flexible thought on the part of MBAs to enable us to examine and make sense of it. (We can teach you how at A Lunchtime MBA) Such is the case of a recent dispute between an Uber Eats […]

Pass The Dip: Why Seth Godin’s thinking is in harmony with A Lunchtime MBA

Pass The Dip: Why Seth Godin’s thinking is in harmony with A Lunchtime MBA Pass The Dip: Why Seth Godin's thinking is in line with A Lunchtime MBA. Photo: Janet Jones on Unsplash

I’m going to let you in on an exciting little secret involving A Lunchtime MBA and marketing superstar and masterful author, Seth Godin. I must confess to being somewhat of a “fan boy” of Seth Godin because his books have shaped my thinking, especially in my last  role before starting The MBA School Of MBA […]

The Catch 22 of Cold and Flu: Feverish business insights from Heller’s dystopian bureacracy

The Catch 22 of Cold and Flu: Feverish business insights from Heller’s dystopian bureacracy The Catch 22 of Cold and Flu

In the feverish moments before my 6.25am alarm went off this morning, I had a revelation that I’ll call the Catch 22 of cold and flu. I’ve been thinking about the classic novel, Catch 22 by Joseph Heller, and how the mess officer in the story, Milo Minderbinder, became obsessed with expanding mess operations during […]

Primal Leadership: If a giraffe could change its spots, should it?

Primal Leadership: If a giraffe could change its spots, should it? Primal Leadership: If a giraffe could change its spots, should it?

Is the secret to good leadership the application of new skills or the honing of innate abilities? Many schools and universities believe it is the former but at The MBA School Of MBA Credentials, we believe it is the latter because the research shows there’s little point painting stripes on a giraffe or even trying […]

When the world sneezes, South Australia tourism catches a cold

When the world sneezes, South Australia tourism catches a cold When the world sneezes, South Australia tourism catches a cold

I have just returned from a wonderful stay at Little Sahara Adventure Centre on Kangaroo Island but, sadly, my thoughts are grim. As I was gently reclining and enjoying the sand swept surrounds, my thoughts turned to predicting the future for tourism in South Australia. I was prompted by a chance observation. A young man […]

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