BSI Connection

Category: Research

Hearing children’s voices in intergenerational learning and practice

Children are active participants in intergenerational care learning opportunities and programs, however, children’s agency within these programs is often not clear. The perspectives and contributions… Read More

Spatial assemblage: Diversity and connectedness of key actors in the waste recycling system in Brazil

To appreciate how a spatial assemblage (recycling waste management system) is constructed, it is necessary to look at how practices, performed by bundles of humans… Read More

A heart-warming experiment raising our national movement for Intergenerational Playgroups

Following the new series “Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds” which first aired in August, the ABC hosted a screening of the final episode… Read More

Research impact in the UK: Insights from a seasoned campaigner

With the inaugural assessment of engagement and impact for the Australian Research Council – Excellence in Research Awards (ERA) 2018, and a continuing focus on… Read More

Should ethics be embodied into process design?

What is not clear from modern literature is how to resolve the incompatible underpinning philosophy and ideology of the mechanism of technology with that of… Read More

SDGs shape the agenda for research and engagement

The Department of Business Strategy and Innovation (BSI) held its 2019 research and engagement retreat on 9 October at the Cohort Space at the Gold… Read More

Quality infrastructure and natural disaster resiliency

Extreme disasters have become more frequent in recent years, with some observers believing that this effect is partially due to climate change. Although fewer natural… Read More

How does digital transformation change the way we approach our potential customers?

A few years ago, if you said that digital systems would make it ridiculously easy to communicate your message to customers you would have been… Read More

Collaboration for impact: 2019 Pacific Urban Forum

The Pacific islands usually conjure up images of coconut palms swaying above thatched houses in remote island villages, waves lapping at the shore nearby. However,… Read More

Enhancing the intercultural business capabilities of women entrepreneurs from India

India is the fastest growing start-up ecosystem in the world, yet the presence of women within this space is very limited. A study by Mastercard… Read More

Startup accelerators: Propelling entrepreneurs to maximise success
Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Research project feeds into recovery effort
Impact of COVID-19 on restaurants: Report on findings
Griffith Innovation Challenge – Big Idea competition 2021!

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