Strategic Futurists; Value Systems Specialists

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Innovation has to start somewhere, but where?

Tuesday 6 August 2013

How do you innovate? Where do you innovate? Why do you innovate? How do I start innovating? These and a truckload of other similar questions are often tied to the idea that innovation is the silver bullet or panacea to mediocrity in organisations. And maybe it is. There's a whole raft of ways in which innovation can occur, some more hit and miss than others. One good place to start (it sure is not the only one) is 'build your awareness'. Which is why the City of Greater Dandenong's South East Business Networks unit is running another MIIdAS session

This will be session four of the Manufacturing Industry's Idea Awareness Session that are designed to pique your interest, open your eyes, provoke your neurons and perhaps lay a foundation for a new product or service. For more information contact SEBN - See you in a Couple of weeks


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Asia on the Rise - why Australia's Neighbours Will Leave us Behind
Wednesday 31 October 2018
The Asian Productivity Organisation has shifted gears from being a centre for member countries to talk about productivity, to one that now wants to upskills its member countries. We've just completed the first chunk of helping National Productivity secretariats to ready their staff for a more proactive, future facing approach to their Country's development
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10 years on from the Australia 2020 Futurists Summit
Friday 19 October 2018
The question is, 'how does the thinking inside this document stack up?' Turns out, pretty good. What we spotted and what problems we said we'd have to watch out for, are just about spot on
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BBC Article on the Future of work and the likely skills needed
Monday 15 October 2018
it’s OK not to know your career path when you leave university – sometimes that won’t emerge until much later down the track,” Barber says. “We should remind kids that the pathway they select to start off with is unlikely to be their final pathway,
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