When the Queensland Public Service Commission wanted to provide a program to support the Leadership competencies for Queensland, fostering healthy workplaces initiative, they recognised that the experts at QUTeX were just the right team to work with.
Well, it looks like the science fiction writers had some surprisingly accurate crystal balls to predict what life would be like over 50 years into the future. So where are we today in terms of artificial intelligence (AI) becoming part of our daily personal and work lives?
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!
Over the past 10 years, there has been growing emphasis on fundraising leadership and innovation. Underpinning both of these is organisational culture and how it influences fundraising success and donor wellbeing.
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+.
In 2019, Haystac consulted with QUTeX to develop a bespoke capability development program, which harnessed the business’ objectives of using sociology as means for differentiation. Haystac needed to leverage the existing capabilities, whilst pivoting to a new way of thinking to futureproof their business.
A return to study has become a reality for stockbrokers and financial advisors across Australia in response to the requirements set by the Financial Adviser Standards and Ethics Authority (FASEA).
The future of every enterprise depends on it being digital, on successfully achieving digital transformation: maximising its use of digital technology for efficiency, competitiveness and innovation.
In this short video, Dr Peter Beven wraps up the key takeaways from the event. Our thanks goes to all the panelists, facilitators and participants who helped to make this event so insightful and inspirational.