The International Study Tour for Executive MBA of students from QUT continued across Europe to provide an immersive learning experience, learning about project complexity at different levels and scale.
After a two-year break caused by Covid-19, a cohort of students from QUT had the opportunity to visit four organisations in Europe and engage with project complexity at different levels and scales.
The human element in projects is perhaps one of the most recurring themes in both practice and the supporting academic literature.
After 6 months, with second phase outbreaks occurring around the world, and ‘no end in sight’, it is timely to reflect on some aspects of the current pandemic from a systems and complexity perspective.
The 12th QUT Executive Masters International Study Tour concluded at the end of May, and another cohort of students have had the unique opportunity to engage at a senior level with project complexity on a global scale.
Irrespective of orientation or approach, risk cannot be ignored – and furthermore, seems to be of increasing concern to people from a variety of backgrounds.
Solar Blox combines all of the necessary elements of a complete solar system into a single product that is similar in accessibility and mobility to a portable petrol generator, which can be bought from any local hardware store.
Smart Toilet Company were the winners in the 2016 Global Business Challenge. The Smart Toilet provided continual monitoring of patient well-being via urine analysis which is recorded using smart apps and is analysed by clinicians remotely. The test results are compared against an aggregate set of patient data…
The emerging spectre of Artificial Intelligence (AI) cannot be ignored. In a space with views ranging from Vladimir Putin’s claim that whoever becomes the leader in AI ‘will be the ruler of the world’ to Jean Baudrillard’s view that AI ‘lacks artifice and therefore intelligence’, it was timely for the…
Looking back on the 2018 GBC winners is really an exercise in looking forward…