If there’s one thing 2020 has demonstrated, we are living in ever increasingly volatile, complex, uncertain and ambiguous (VUCA) environments, where demand for leadership coaching is continuing as…
Western Downs Regional Council (WDRC) recognised that they needed some help to tackle future-orientated problems. They were looking to upskill their staff in a rapid way, to think more innovatively, and to commence developing a coaching culture for leadership. But where do you start?
The complexity of our highly interconnected world makes it hard to predict what will happen next. And when we can’t easily predict what will happen next, our mind tends to predict threat. Which is, of course, not unreasonable when we read the news. So what is to be done?
In this episode of QUT ExecInsights, Dr Penny Williams, Lecturer in QUT’s Business School, speaks about her collaborative research which produced the first ever Digital Platform Work in Australia survey.
Australia’s peak body for the tech industry, the Australian Information Industry Association ( AIIA ) has been awarded a $250,000 grant from the Queensland Government to partner with the Queensland University of Technology ( QUT ) to deliver critical skills around innovation in IT and cybersecurity.
Many believe that study toward an academic qualification is something beyond their capabilities. They think university study will be too hard and something they can’t fit in around their busy work roles. This was true of Bronwyn Morris, Program Services Coordinator, here at the Graduate School of Business, QUT. The flexibility of the Enterprise Leadership program helped Bronwyn to ease into university study and achieve her dream.
At the latest RWF event presented by QUTeX, Prof. Malcolm Thatcher and Dr Shari Read explored how the cultural and human imperatives of digital transformation have been made salient by the pandemic, but importantly how the renewed momentum can be harnessed.
Rapid urbanisation and population growth are straining our cities. To see the effects of this overextension of city resources you only need to travel during peak hour in any of Australia’s capital cities.
After being encouraged to consider the QUT Executive MBA by Dame Quentin Bryce Dan reached out to us to find out what an MBA could offer him.
When the Australian Army was looking to ensure that their workforce was future-ready, they recognised the need to provide Australian soldiers with an intellectual advantage. QUT became a major contributor to this process when in mid-April 2020 it was announced that the Graduate School of Business/QUTeX was successful in winning the contract for the first year of development of COVE+.