Myths of Innovation

‘Myth’ Noun. a widely held but false belief or idea Innovation. It’s become the catch cry of organisations everywhere. It’s in tag lines, advertising, on products, in corporate profiles. We’re seemingly surrounded by innovative companies and brilliant new products. So what about when innovation doesn’t work? Ideas, products and tools can and do fail –…

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Do you know where the circular economy and the sharing economy converge?

  Did the headline grab your attention – it’s just a sample of what you can expect from our amazing presenters at innovation2017. More and more businesses are turning to their supply chain to improve financial, environmental and societal outcomes. Justin Frank from CHEP will cover why innovation is fundamental to achieving outcomes in a…

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radicalCX

With 66% of attendees, representing over 20 industries, rating radicalCX 4 and 5 stars for overall experience, this one-day workshop was a success for the innovation leaders and practitioners participating. Designed as an open conference, the biggest highlight was the opportunity to share and learn from each other during the team-based workshop exercises. Other highlights included: Augmented, virtual and mixed reality demonstrations that gave everyone a chance to experience HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, Microsoft Hololens and Vuforia marker based AR. UTS student poster gallery with 9 research projects on display from the School of Software and the School of Computing and Communication.

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2017 The Year of the Innovator

Your strategic objectives are our innovation priorities January is a time for reflection, evaluating the previous year’s achievements and setting new goals and objectives. The accelerating pace of change continues to challenge people and organisations to keep up. Those that embrace the need for strategic innovation  will emerge as leaders. At Hargraves we see 2017…

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