11 episodes

Welcome to the MBA Success podcast with Ross Barclay and Chris Jacko, featuring a wide range of conversations with the best and brightest MBA alumni. We discuss their past, understand how their MBA has helped them achieve their career goals, and learn what success means for them. Each episode will explore empowering ideas and actionable insights to unlock the full potential of your MBA and help you realise your career vision.

MBA Success MBAus with Ross Barclay and Chris Jacko

    • Business

Welcome to the MBA Success podcast with Ross Barclay and Chris Jacko, featuring a wide range of conversations with the best and brightest MBA alumni. We discuss their past, understand how their MBA has helped them achieve their career goals, and learn what success means for them. Each episode will explore empowering ideas and actionable insights to unlock the full potential of your MBA and help you realise your career vision.

    Ep: 10 Mike Tristram - Running a 5th Generation Family Business

    Ep: 10 Mike Tristram - Running a 5th Generation Family Business

    On this episode, we’re joined by Mike Tristram who completed his MBA from the Queensland University of Technology in 2012. Mike has been the CEO of the five-generation family business, Trisco Foods, since 2013. Trisco Foods is a food manufacturing business that dates back to 1875 and has recently experienced tremendous growth as they transition into a health and wellness corporation. On this episode, we talk to Mike about the responsibility of running a family business, applying lessons directly from the classroom to the boardroom and explore the recent expansion into the United States.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Ep. 9: Dr John Dumay - Value Beyond Balance Sheets

    Ep. 9: Dr John Dumay - Value Beyond Balance Sheets

    On this episode we’re joined by John Dumay, Professor at Macquarie University, recognised as Australia’s top researcher in accounting and taxation, and ‘Dad’ in Dad & Dave’s Brewing. 

    With an MBA from AGSM and PhD in Economics from University of Sydney, just to name some of John’s qualifications, we spoke with him about his interesting career journey, the challenges in truly eradicating slavery from supply chains, and embracing serendipity. 

    Website: https://mbaus.com.au/podcast/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mbaustralasia/
    Email: podcast@mbaus.com.au
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    • 59 min
    Ep. 8: Janelle van de Velde - The Importance of Unlearning the Learnings

    Ep. 8: Janelle van de Velde - The Importance of Unlearning the Learnings

    On this episode we’re joined by Janelle van de Velde, Executive Director Shared Services at Uniting Church in Australia, Queensland Synod. Janelle completed her EMBA from Bond University in 2017 after departing Linc Energy where she was Chief Administration Officer & Company Secretary. In this episode we speak with Janelle about the importance of unlearning the learnings, building resilience, and managing people through a crisis. 

    Website: https://mbaus.com.au/podcast/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mbaustralasia/
    Email: podcast@mbaus.com.au

    • 56 min
    Ep. 7: Mike Lanzing - Unlocking the Value of Collaboration

    Ep. 7: Mike Lanzing - Unlocking the Value of Collaboration

    On this episode we’re joined by Mike Lanzing, General Manager of UniBank, part of Teachers Mutual Bank. Having completed his MBA from the University of Western Sydney in 1995, and bringing over 30 years of experience in banking and finance, Mike speaks with us about wonder, authenticity, and unlocking the value of collaboration. 

    Website: https://mbaus.com.au/podcast/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mbaustralasia/
    Email: podcast@mbaus.com.au

    • 49 min
    Ep. 6: Alex Chaudhuri - Managing Information and Communications During a Pandemic

    Ep. 6: Alex Chaudhuri - Managing Information and Communications During a Pandemic

    On this episode we’re joined by Alex Chaudhri, Director of Infectious Diseases at The Prince Charles Hospital. Alex brought a wealth of experience in clinical medical to his MBA studies from The University of Queensland, where he graduated in 2016. Through our conversation with Alex we were able to get his insights about COVID-19, the importance of leading from within, and how acknowledging vulnerability can help engender trust.

    Website: https://mbaus.com.au/podcast/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mbaustralasia/
    Email: podcast@mbaus.com.au

    • 51 min
    Ep. 5: Libby Marshall - Know Your Personal Value Proposition

    Ep. 5: Libby Marshall - Know Your Personal Value Proposition

    Libby Marshall is the CEO and Founder of Steam Capital, Managing Director of Australia New Zealand MBA Directors Forum and an MBA Executive Career Coach at the University of Sydney Business School. Finishing her MBA from the University of Queensland in 2017, Libby brings a wealth of knowledge from a diverse career including tourism, sport, government, not-for-profit, energy and education. On this episode, Libby talks to us about the importance of knowing your value proposition, being brave, backing yourself, and remaining authentic.

    Website: https://mbaus.com.au/podcast/
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mbaustralasia/
    Email: podcast@mbaus.com.au

    • 50 min

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