On 17 March, the Australian Retail Association (ARA) hosted their Leaders Forum, where I was fortunate to participate in conversations with some terrific panellists.
As educational institutions are faced with the dilemma of when and how to re-open, the desire for knowledge and discussion has never been greater.
So you may have watched our short video introducing the QUTeX HealthCare Partnership Team but we thought a more detailed write-up might be of interest. Okay, truth is, we couldn’t get everything we wanted to say into a ’30 seconds each’ piece to camera!
Online, online, online… That’s been the mantra for all universities since on the onset of COVID-19.
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?
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.
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.
I think most of us are on the same page in recognising that we’re living through unprecedented times. We don’t have the answers to many questions that are…
Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience and is more specifically defined as “learning through reflection on doing” (Kolb, 1974). Hands-on learning is a form of…
For the seasoned leader, talk of an executive team planning retreat or development activity featuring experiential learning conjures up dark thoughts about trust exercises (that’s right, the one…