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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

Sustainable business after the lockdown—business as unusual

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is having unprecedented impacts on businesses and communities across the world. Although the long-term implications of the crisis are uncertain, one… Read More

How to foster innovation and grow an intrapreneurial mindset

What is intrapreneurship? Why is it important? Does Australia have intrapreneurs? These were many of the questions that were presented at the recent Griffith Alumni… Read More

Ecopreneurs for a sustainable society

Natural catastrophes and man-made disasters are constantly challenging our status quo. Some attribute these increasing threats to our consumption habits (e.g. fast fashion, over consumption)… Read More

Quarantining ideology

One of the first casualties of COVID-19 has been largely ignored in the current crisis. Ideology has ruled the world since the end of WWII… Read More

Risk management analysis for novel Coronavirus in Wuhan, China

Recently, a novel coronavirus pneumonia (2019–nCoV) outbreak occurred in Wuhan, China, rapidly spreading first to the whole country, and then globally, causing widespread concern. Read More

Earth has a couple more chances to avoid catastrophic climate change. This week is one of them

Almost 200 world leaders gather in Madrid this week for climate talks which will largely determine the success of the Paris agreement, and by extension,… Read More

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The Blue Economy and the SDGs

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