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Jan 18

6 things you need to know about Agile procurement

6 things you need to know about Agile procurement Anyone who has been through a government procurement procurement process, knows how grueling it can be. Government is looking for more Agile approaches to procurement, that speeds up the process and lowers risk, so here are 6 things you should know about Agile procurement. What is … Continue reading 6 things you need to know about Agile procurement

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Jan 18

8 top tips from female public sector leaders

8 top tips from female public sector leaders Despite the incredible strides made towards gender equality in the last decade, women in senior level positions continue to be significantly underrepresented. For women struggling to overcome professional, personal and structural challenges, we have put together 8 pieces of advice taken from Senior Leaders speaking at the … Continue reading 8 top tips from female public sector leaders

11
Oct 17

7 key findings from the OECD report: The Pursuit of Gender Equality: An Uphill Battle

The Pursuit of Gender Equality: An Uphill Battle, a recent report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), highlights that little progress has been made since the 2012 OECD report Closing the Gender Gap Now. Here’s a summary of the key findings from the report. Women in OECD countries leave school with better … Continue reading 7 key findings from the OECD report: The Pursuit of Gender Equality: An Uphill Battle

18
Aug 17

5 key challenges from the Australian Education Review

The Australian Council for Educational Research recently released its review into Indigenous Education, “The Case for Urgency: Advocating for Indigenous voice in education” highlighting five key challenges needing urgent action to close the opportunity gap for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Challenge 1: Deficit and race-based assumptions in Indigenous educationDeficit and race-based assumptions are … Continue reading 5 key challenges from the Australian Education Review

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Jul 17

Trinity Anglican School’s new STEM centre

Trinity Anglican School already have an extensive history of outstanding achievements in Science, and with their new STEM centre now up and running, there will be no stopping TAS students’ STEM success. Designed by Charles Wright Architects, and winner of the 2016 Far North Queensland Regional Architecture Awards, it really is something to behold. With no … Continue reading Trinity Anglican School’s new STEM centre

20
Jul 17

STEM-spiration: 14 STEM activities for the new term!

Whether you’re looking for a quick, fun activity or long term projects to boost STEM learning, we’ve got a collection of STEM activities to get the ball rolling this term! Science Watch liquid move without touching it by making magnetic slime Get term started with a bang with these exploding pop rockets Understand the characteristics … Continue reading STEM-spiration: 14 STEM activities for the new term!

11
Jul 17

Insights from 3 of Digital Continuity 2020’s top agencies

Struggling to overcome the challenges of digital records and information management? Here are some insights into the top 10 agencies from Check-up Digital and winners of the 2017 Digital Excellence Awards. Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) – The Research Data Project (RDP) Ranked 2nd, Check-up Digital & Medium Agencies Commendation, 2017 Digital Excellence AwardsWith … Continue reading Insights from 3 of Digital Continuity 2020’s top agencies

06
Jul 17

3 long term benefits of going dry this July

The 1st of July marks not just the beginning of the new financial year, but the day many will start their month long abstinence from alcohol for Dry July – Australia’s annual campaign to raise money for those affected by cancer. But can these campaigns have an effect on our health outcomes in addition to … Continue reading 3 long term benefits of going dry this July