Transport is one of Australia’s largest and fastest growing sectors for employment, yet it retains one of the lowest figures for female involvement. Although transport and logistics have expanded by 28 percent over the past decade, only 20 percent of the total workforce are women, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics. This imbalance has … Continue reading The business case for female leaders in transport
Education professionals like yourself with an interest in pedagogy and the way students learn best are well aware of the impact the classroom environment has on student outcomes. Research from the University of Salford has found classroom design can have a 25 percent impact on student achievement- positive or negative. The one-size-fits-all approach or ‘traditional’ … Continue reading Maximising spaces as an enabler of better student outcomes
The recent cyber attacks on major Australian Universities have other institutions across the country preparing for similar events. ANU hit the headlines earlier this month, and now ACU has become the latest institute to suffer a breach when staff fell victim to a phishing scam. Both of these incidents have amplified the need for universities to … Continue reading Cyber attacks affecting universities globally – Are you prepared?
Cohesity is on a mission to solve complex backup and restore problems faced by enterprises across Australia and New Zealand. They work with major organisations to help reduce complexity and speed up data management processes. Cohesity have recently been working with the Vita Group (publicly listed Australian retailer) to reduce complexity and overcome limitations with their … Continue reading Cohesity Case Study: The Vita Group
On the 22nd of March 2016, 16 people died and 141 were wounded during a terrorist attack of Islamic State at Brussels Airport. The airport building was so badly damaged, it took weeks before it was operational again. The parliamentary commission and lessons learned Shortly after the attack, a parliamentary enquiry commission was created. … Continue reading Case Study: Brussels Airport – 3 years after the terrorist attack
Over the last few years we’ve worked with a number of government departments (state and federal), and large corporations who have engaged us to help develop their project management capability in various ways. Often, we find ourselves looking at the way organisations manage project risk and trying to ascertain if risks are being effectively … Continue reading The importance of risk management to strong project control
Parramatta is known as Sydney’s premier regional city. Its is the second biggest concentration of an employment hub outside of Global Sydney. Parramatta CBD today: Australia’s 5th largest city in economic terms Gross Regional Product of $14 billion in 2011-2012 Employs approx. 50,000 people Additional 47,000 by 2036 Home to approx. 10,000 residents Last few … Continue reading Case Study: Parramatta as a city centre
The Department of Finance, Services and Innovation (DFSI) have announced that it is working together with the NSW government to transform how they operate and support people with the services that they need. The effective use of data across departments will be at the core of this transformation process. The DFSI have towards the end … Continue reading Digital NSW has announced their new collaborative data journey