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COVID-19 and lockdown—implications for tertiary education

COVID-19 is expected to impact demand for tertiary education both positively and negatively. Byung Min from the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation describes how. Read More

Contemplating the relationship with religion in a COVID-19 China

Historically, repression of Christianity in China has included surveillance of members and their gathering spots, destruction and closing of church buildings and restrictions of young… Read More

Actions you can take to turn the tide on the ‘she-cession’

Alanna Bastin-Byrne (Femeconomy), Entrepreneur in Residence in the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation talks about how to create opportunities to increase women’s economic security in a COVID-19 world where we are seeing a ‘she-cession’ evolving. Read More

Rapid and agile response for pandemic through the lens of eHealth Queensland

The Department of Business Strategy and Innovation is pleased to welcome Adjunct Professor Damian Green, CIO Queensland Health to provide professional guidance and support the school’s research and broader industry engagement activities. Read More

The hidden opportunity

Jose Medina discusses the importance of diversity in new idea generation and shares some strategies on how to encourage diversity in your business and how to manage it. Read More

China is not an enemy

According to world renowned Sinologist, Emeritus Professor Colin Mackerras AO FAHA, the downward spiral of Australia-China relations is getting near a tipping point towards a Cold War and must be stopped. Read More

Pandemics. What are they good for? Rapid innovation adoption!

Department of Business Strategy and Innovation Adjunct Associate Professor Kate Hayes shares her views on telehealth adoption in Australia in the face of COVID-19. Read More

Supply chain traceability: Opportunities and challenges observed from a meat industry case

There could be many reasons that traceability is useful or required for supply chains. For example, quality assurance and consumer confidence play a major role… Read More

Griffith Entrepreneur in Residence inspiring students to create change for good

Entrepreneur-in-residence (EiR) programs are growing in popularity in the Australian economy, including the higher education system. Dr Julienne Senyard and Associate Professor Naomi… Read More

Learning team leadership skills through simulations

Simulation is a form of experiential learning which promotes the use of critical thinking, engaging interaction and self-reflection. Dr Lili Mi from Department… Read More

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Griffith Entrepreneur in Residence inspiring students to create change for good

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