Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview has finished putting the final touches on their brand new Therry Building. The Therry Building includes flexible learning spaces to encourage more collaborative teaching and learning across four facilities, with space for staff and six House areas (The Ignis Project). Its landscape design also provides opportunities for outside learning and socialisation. … Continue reading A first look at Saint Ignatius’ College Riverview’s new learning spaces
The United Kingdom, much like Australia has been slow to adopt the BTR model. Cultural bias towards ownership, low rental yields, favourable tax treatment towards private investors, you name it and the same reasons have been provided in both countries for why it will never happen. Yet in the past 5 years the UK’s adoption … Continue reading What lessons can Australia learn from the UK’s Build to Rent Sector?
Technology is developing at a rapid rate and as a result there has been massive changes in the aged care industry. Not only is technology enabling elderly people to lead healthier and more independent lives, it is helping carers and medical professionals monitor their health, to ensure they get the help they need, when they … Continue reading Technology update to improve caregiver experience
We spoke to Karim Mouahbi from Mad Paws about his insights on growing a digital marketing funnel with great ROI. Here is what he had to say… How did Mad Paws Build a brand around digital marketing? Building a brand with digital marketing is the future of everything now, everything is digital. Your brand doesn’t … Continue reading Insights into Mad Paws Digital Marketing Strategies
Emergency Services personnel are always at the forefront when it comes to helping distressed citizens. They do an exceptional job in alleviating stress in emergency situations. The nature of emergency service work routinely exposes workers to trauma. However, a culture of stigma continues to prevent those who need help from seeking it. Because of this, … Continue reading Beyond Blue Spotlight: Police and Emergency Services Program
David Barron, Operations Manager, Waterview Tunnel Joint Operation presented his Case study at the Tunnel Operations and Maintenance Conference 2018. The Waterview Tunnel is a key piece of the Western Ring Route, a 48 km motorway route through the west of Auckland, connecting Manukau, the city, West Auckland and the North Shore. The 2.4km Waterview … Continue reading Case Study: Waterview Tunnel NZ
“There are a number of distinctive features by sharing knowledge within public-private inter organizational collaborations. It allows members to explore different ways of thinking about the issues they confront. This is in contrast to the boundaries and constraints the individuals face within their own organisations such as business interests and budgetary responsibilities. Members can then … Continue reading The Value in Information and Knowledge Management
Measuring the impact of government policies and programs is critical to maximisingresults for citizens. In order to achieve this, government departments and agenciesthat were once focused on outputs are undertaking a much needed transformationto become outcomes focused. While it is clear that outcomes based approaches areessential in ensuring the public sector effectively serves its citizens … Continue reading Are you measuring your outcomes? Learn from YMCA!