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How Covid is changing the team landscape

For most, the transition to remote working has been successful thanks to technology and our ability to adapt in the face of adversity. And now, after several months of remote working, the data shows some surprising and unexpected benefits and risks. Microsoft Teams has moved from 40 million users to nearly 100 million in just…

How to become a more confident team worker

Do you find it easy to connect with people, both personally and digitally? The modern workplace is increasingly replacing hierarchies with teams, and many employees are struggling to catch up. They aren’t quite sure how to best contribute, and many feel disconnected even with, or perhaps because of, the latest digital tools and processes. In…

The future of work

Insights from our community In August, we had many conversations, attended events and read widely about the future of work. This is not a new topic; what is new is that leading organisations now have answers and experiences to guide others. A recent McKinsey post starts “Work is changing. Digital communications have made remote work…

Congratulating our 2019 Lawrence Hargrave Award Recipients

Hargraves was established in 2006 as a community to collaborate and share experience around best methods, tools and programs to deliver productivity and growth. Supported by our experts and partners, our community has been involved in over $5 billion in measurable growth and improved performance. Our goal is to be active catalysts for our members…

How to maximise your time in 2019

As a team leader, how will you spend your time in 2019? If ‘busy’ is the new norm, how you spend your time is an important decision. “Time is the scarcest resource and unless it is managed, nothing else can be managed.” – Peter Drucker The mindset, skillset and toolset of today’s digitally-enabled workplace directly…

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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