A virtual, facilitated executive forum involving corporate learning executives from global employers and subject matter experts. The panel will share the wisdom from their experiences in driving value creation from corporate learning and how to measure business impact in all its forms.
Max Your Tax: 5 Ways to Use Your Tax Return
If you are one of the lucky taxpayers who receive a refund, how should you spend it?
$400k Investment to Develop Tech Skills in Queensland
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.
The Smart City as a Service: The Role of Citizen, Government and Customer Centricity.
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.
Health System Planning and Preparedness
The current outbreak of COVID-19 is causing considerable distress around the world. It is challenging the range and scope of health services and is demonstrating the clinical, social and economic costs that pandemics can have on the community. This pandemic comes on top of a very troubled summer…
The University Skilling Challenge
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 experience). Managing workforce competencies has become an underpinning capability for addressing the challenge of the ‘workforce of the future’ by…
Digital Government at the Nexus of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
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 the digital world. A nexus where intelligent technologies such as devices and machines assimilate more purposefully with human enterprise.
Stepping stone to future learning…just start
It is wonderful to hear the stories of personal and professional growth of our ELP participants and graduates. Kristen Walker completed the Graduate Certificate in Business (Enterprise Leadership) and tells us that her study supported her move into more senior roles within her organisation and prepared her for…
How do you prepare for a mega-earthquake in a large, densely populated area?
When you mention disasters and Bangladesh most people think of flooding, but did you know Bangladesh is at risk of moderate to strong earthquakes and secondary risks of tsunamis and flooding? Imagine the consequences of mega-earthquake in a large, densely populated city where most structures are poorly built…
Developing and implementing innovation in health services – how learning matters
Why would a busy clinician invest so much of their time and energy in pursuing an academic course? Participants Leah, Arthur, and Jeff share their real-world stories about how learning matters in developing and implementing innovation in health services. As Study Area Coordinator for the Graduate Certificate in…