Tuesday, 3 March 2015
Entries are now open for the 2015 BRW Most Innovative Companies list. If you would classify your company as being in any way innovative, you should definitely enter. And even if you think you should be more innovative than you are, you should still enter because the entry process includes an Innovation Survey Report that will be extraordinarily beneficial for your organisation.
The 50 most innovative companies will be published in both the Australian Financial Review and BRW in August, providing a fabulous opportunity for your company to gain national recognition.
For the companies that made last year’s list, the now iconic BRW Most Innovative Companies List, has had an enormous effect on attracting top talent, attracting new clients, improving morale and productivity, and strengthening relationships with current clients.
Last year’s list included companies like Commonwealth Bank, Deloitte, Westpac and Xero and a host of other big and small organisations from all over Australia.
Registration is super simple. Just complete the quick registration form on our website www.inventium.com.au/mic/.
Monday, 2 March 2015
By: Andrew Keen
Recession is when your neighbour loses his job. Depression is when you lose yours, Ronald Reagan quipped. Catastrophe, Reagan might have added, is when you, your neighbour and half the other people in your street lose their jobs too Click here to read the full article!
Friday, 27 February 2015
By: Tansel Ali
Ci2015 speaker Tansel Ali discusses how to improve the way you learn by moving away from repetition Click here to read the full article!
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
By: Daniel Cohen, Katy George, and Colin Shaw
McKinsey & Company
There have been false dawns before, but this technology is poised to deliver cost benefits and to advance innovation in manufacturing. Click here to read the full article!
Monday, 23 February 2015
By: Ockham’s Razor
Professor Roy Green, Dean of the UTS Business School, argues that Australia relied too much on the mining boom and has squandered its chances in the manufacturing sector. He points out that some of the advanced economies which recovered most strongly from the global financial crisis, Germany, Sweden and Switzerland, have the most competitive manufacturing sectors. Listen to the audio podcast
Monday, 23 February 2015
By: Rana Foroohar
Digital Disrupters and Web Pioneers–Google executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg among them–were out in force as always, extolling the virtues of concepts like the “Internet of things,” which could create entirely new markets. But average people don’t necessarily share their enthusiasm for, and abiding faith in, tech. Click here to read the full article!