There is growing tension between those who have adjusted and benefited from working for home for almost four months, and those with a strong desire for everything to ‘return to normal’ – and regardless of which side of the office-fence you sit, we’re all feeling a little uncomfortable about the situation.
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.
Governments around the world are hitting the reset button on economies and societies. What we do during the pause created by economic ‘hibernation’, and the direction we choose to face when we re-emerge will determine whether we head back out onto the path of self-destruction, or take this unprecedented opportunity to re-imagine the way we show up in the world.
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…
Mal Thatcher, Professor of Digital Practice, QUT Business School, speaks to Kate about the need for digital transformation of organisations, and the establishment of the QUT Digital Capability Practice.
In the midst of the current COVID-19 pandemic, teleworking provides many businesses with the opportunity to continue operating within the confines of emerging social-distancing norms.
In current times of uncertainty and volatility, it is easy to become overly focused on the negative, however, researchers have found that high-reliability organisations (HROs) are those that are able to harness opportunity in challenging times.
It is increasingly evident that employers have been moving toward adopting the ‘competency-based’ workforce whereby job roles are defined by sets of knowledge, skills and behaviors (demonstrated through…
What exciting and challenging times we live in. We are all witness to the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution – the convergence of our physical world with…
‘Debt’ or alive, you’re coming with me: What ‘RoboCop’ and Robo-Debt can teach us about the move towards AI.