Posts by Peter Bryant

Business Leader Insights: A New Level of Innovation Performance

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In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, companies are being forced to navigate the twin challenges of ensuring business continuity and growth/innovation opportunities, and adapt faster than they’ve ever had to before. To get a sense of how different companies are managing this, we connected with twenty global business leaders about how they’re approaching this…

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GCV Magazine: The Future of Mining

As the world moves to cleaner sources of energy, it is increasingly reliant on mining. As the global economy switches to low-carbon technologies to combat global heating, demand for minerals such as cobalt, copper, lithium, manganese, nickel, and zinc – six essential to the renewable energy industry – could rise by as much as 900%…

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Global Mining Review: Trends & Threats for Asia Pacific Miners

The mining sector’s outlook shows much promise, displaying a level of improved performance, as well as a move from aspiration to action in innovation. Industry executives have gradually embraced a progressive mindset, moving beyond aspirational pronouncements to innovate and create sustained value. There are many opportunities for APAC miners to reap the benefits of a…

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Peter Bryant Featured in New Zealand’s National Business Review

Ahead of the Just Transition Summit in New Zealand this month, Peter J. Bryant spoke to the National Business Review about the potential effects of the country’s new Just Transition plan on existing oil and gas companies. While it is important to transition to a low carbon model, companies must do this while also remaining profitable, and shutting industries…

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From Aspiration to Action in the Mining Industry

“Mining companies need to turbocharge their investment in innovation – and, for once, disconnect the cost of production from the market price of commodities. This shift will unleash the kind of sustained value, returns and free cash flow miners and the markets expect.”

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Turning Aspiration to Action in the Mining Industry

“Mining companies need to turbocharge their investment in innovation – and, for once, disconnect the cost of production from the market price of commodities. This shift will unleash the kind of sustained value, returns and free cash flow miners and the markets expect.”

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MINING.com: Are miners on the path to sustainable profit?

“The global mining sector’s comeback signaled great expectations—improved employment, wages and economic wealth. However, the windfall will be short lived. If miners want a new era of prosperity, they must upend the traditional approach to the business of mining, translating the aspiration for transformational innovation to sustained action and value creation.”

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