In this conversation, Co-Founder and CEO of Mable, Peter Scutt shares his personal catalyst behind bringing his organisation to life to empower people who are ageing, or those with a disability, to customise their own care and support.
Craig and Peter take a deep dive into what the term “profit for purpose” means and how tech can drive systemic change and build better solutions.
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Listen to this episode now to discover:
Great ideas are often born from everyday problems, hear how Peter’s own family struggles led to the creation of his company Mable Broken systems: How we can uncover better solutions to complex problems by creating an entirely new model How Mable is attracting some of the best talent from around the world through their organisation purpose and impact Discover how Peter has doubled the Mable platform year after year since its inception (and why he can’t see growth slowing down anytime soon)Profit For Purpose: What does it mean exactly and why is it so important? Why having a core purpose in your organisation is critical for success Demanding change: Peter unpacks the policy reforms brought about by people living with disability who want more agency and inclusivityThe Gig Economy: Peter brings a new perspective and shares what Mable is doing to ensure improved outcomes for everybody who engages with their platform How Mable is providing a pathway and empowering service providers to become small business owners Plus so much more!
Mable - Disability and Aged Care Support
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
Aged Care Inquiry Report 2011
Disability Care and Support 2011
Host: Craig Forman
Writers: Alessia Campagna and Craig Forman
Producer and Editor: Alessia Campagna
Technical Producer: Anthony Watson www.luma.city
Executive Producers: Leonie Rothwell and Marcus Worrall
Marketing & Promotion: Valerie Saindon and Sophie Callahan
We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land on which the podcast is taking place today. We pay our deep respects to all Elders past, present and emerging. We would also like to extend that respect to any Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples listening today.