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CEO of nib


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Mark Fitzgibbon joined nib in October 2002 as Chief Executive Officer. nib began as a mutual servicing the health insurance needs of a handful of steelworkers.

Mark led nib through its demutualization and its listing on the ASX. It is now an ASX-top 100 company, with more than 1500 staff in offices from Newcastle to New Zealand, Cork (Ireland), and London, to California (USA).

nib has transformed from an insurer to a provider of health services to members. It has equity stakes in data analytics companies, and uses health management programs to change long-term health outcomes for members both in Australia and offshore.

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The Future of Work

COVID may have lit the flame but underneath our shift to hybrid working is technology. technology has long shaped how we live and work. New technologies of transport and weapons built Roman and British empires, steam and mechanization of the industrial revolution took us out of villages and cottages into cities and factories. The technology of the motor car took retail shopping away from CBDs into suburbs. we must embrace and adapt with the new technologies now supporting more distributed working. It may well make leadership all the more deliberate.

What Charles Darwin Teaches Us About Business Strategy

One of the more fascinating debates around business strategy concerns whether or not an organisations fortunes depend upon the big strategic choices they make or their ability to adapt to whatever future arrives (what some term economic determinism). Here we examine the competing philosophies and frameworks.

How to Become a CEO

While not for everybody, the role of CEO can be a very gratifying. One gets to steer the organisation and hopefully, enjoy a sense of accomplishment that hopefully comes with that responsibility. Yet while many are called few are chosen and climbing the typically hierarchical paths to the top is rarely straight forward. Education, experience, curiosity, political savvy, and humour are just a few of the many requisites. And staying on top can be just as challenging.

Let's talk, enquire with Emma now

Emma McDowell

General Manager - Sales

Let's talk, enquire with Emma now

Emma McDowell

General Manager - Sales

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