Author: Victoria Draudins

Investing in people to boost productivity

Increasing productivity requires investment in people, and not just through remuneration. Management consultant Eric Garton says organisations need to create inspiring workplaces and recognise the true value of time for deep thinking. Read More

Data61’s partnership model: riding a wave of R&D disruption

A year since the former NICTA lost its funding base and became Data61, part of the CSIRO, it continues to develop valuable intellectual property while acting as an R&D ecosystem architect, bringing together universities, government and the private sector for mutual benefit. CEO Adrian Turner is riding a wave of global disruption. Read More

Harmonising Australia’s privacy regime

Privacy by Design is picking up steam, with advocates emboldened by the new reality of a growing data-driven economy. Victoria Draudins maps how the public sector privacy bodies are responding to the challenge. Read More