All articles by Peter Sheahan

Restarting Events in a COVID-19 World

May 17th 2020

How should we be approaching digital events? That question — on every event organizer’s mind — was among the topics explored in an April 21 “Restarting Events in a COVID-19 World” webinar led by Karrikins Group founder Peter Sheahan. More than 200 participants tuned in to his conversation with Sherrif Karamat, PCMA president and CEO; Kati Quigley, senior director of global industry marketing at Microsoft; and David Peckinpaugh, president, Maritz Global Events.

Matter: Move Beyond The Competition To Become The Obvious Choice

November 24th 2015

Peter Sheahan is a best-selling author and internationally recognised thought leader on innovation and behaviour change. His latest research addresses the burning question posed by leading organisations throughout the world. How do you create a company that matters?

In this video, Pete introduces us to his forthcoming book - Matter: Move beyond the competition, create value and become the obvious choice. This game-changing work provides a workable blueprint to find your edge of disruption and become the obvious choice in the hearts and minds of your customers.

Visiting Australia in 2016, Pete is available to speak across the country from February the 11th - 17th.

Peter Sheahan

The world’s best companies look to Peter Sheahan for answers. A business catalyst Peter teaches how to FLIP your thinking and matter where others cannot and do not.

Yes People, Business is Personal!

May 13th 2011

It is time we got back in touch with the importance of the relationships we have with the customer. Specifically:

• We need to stop seeking cost-savings in ways that damage relationships with the customer

Why Internal Collaboration Is So Important

February 26th 2011

In this video, you will be pushed from a paradigm of internal competition and control to a paradigm of collaboration. Specifically, we will discuss how:

  • As organisations get more sophisticated, we drive our silos deeper
  • Innovation in the future is just as likely to come from breaking down the silos internally as it is from building greater depth in the existing silos
  • New technology will form the basis for many of the ways we collaborate in the future
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