Short publication pieces.

Communication Combat: Could Attitudinal Inoculation Help Government Fight Fake News?

Communication Combat: Could Attitudinal Inoculation Help Government Fight Fake News? - by Niall Cummins The rise of disinformation and misinformation has been on the radar of governments, academics and the big tech giants for a number of years. Collectively referred to as information disorder, this harmful online content could [...]

Communication Combat: Could Attitudinal Inoculation Help Government Fight Fake News?2021-08-25T14:49:33+10:00

Building Resilience: Responding to the Urgent Call to Support Front Line Workers

Building Resilience: Responding to the Urgent Call to Support Front Line Workers Ensuring positive mental health for front line workers has always been important, but in the wake of COVID-19, it’s never been more urgent. According to the Beyond Blue study ‘Answering the Call’, one in three front line [...]

Building Resilience: Responding to the Urgent Call to Support Front Line Workers2021-06-10T16:47:40+10:00

Australian National Security: What 2020 has taught us and what’s next?

Australian National Security: What 2020 has taught us and what's next? - by Sebastian Acuna and Michelle Todd The 6th Annual Australian Security Summit was held last week, with the COVID-19 pandemic central to discussions about the effectiveness and resilience of our National Security systems and structures. What became increasingly clear across the course of the three days, is Australia’s need to redefine [...]

Australian National Security: What 2020 has taught us and what’s next?2020-12-08T15:51:41+10:00

Critical Controls – a useful concept or the latest fad in risk management?

Critical Controls – a useful concept or the latest fad in risk management? - by Peter Wilkinson 10 years ago, a well-known international mining company asked me to look at their work relating to operational risks. I was shown a list of their top ten operational risks. I asked, [...]

Critical Controls – a useful concept or the latest fad in risk management?2020-09-25T15:58:17+10:00

How traffic light design can help Change Management in organisations

How traffic light design can help Change Management in organisations - by Sara Wilson Did you know that the ubiquitous, yet humble, traffic light is 152 years old in 2020? You probably pass through at least a few of these almost every day, but how often have you seen [...]

How traffic light design can help Change Management in organisations2020-09-07T16:49:18+10:00

Reflections from an engineer-turned-consultant during National Science Week

Reflections from an Engineer-Turned-Consultant During National Science Week - by Sara Wilson I come from an engineering background so National Science Week holds a special place in my heart. I have spent many Science Weeks running a stall to demonstrate scientific phenomena to children and students (and often their parents!). [...]

Reflections from an engineer-turned-consultant during National Science Week2020-10-13T09:26:26+10:00

When Design Thinking saved cricket and what can we learn

When Design Thinking Saved Cricket and What We Can Learn - by Chris Doherty and Utkarsh Manocha The beginning of the 21st century was embedded with the zeitgeist of change. Wars, displacement, terrorism, political and social upheaval aplenty. But nothing articulates the change of this century quite like this little Wikipedia quote: “The entire written [...]

When Design Thinking saved cricket and what can we learn2020-07-20T16:03:09+10:00

Where does your organisation score in managing organisational and regulatory risk?

Where does your Organisation Score in Managing Organisational and Regulatory Risk? - by Peter Murphy In a recent presentation to a leadership group from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), in response to “How well are we doing in managing organisational and regulatory risks?” there is an awareness that [...]

Where does your organisation score in managing organisational and regulatory risk?2020-09-07T14:30:25+10:00

Is your project management methodology still relevant today?

In Australia and across the world, there are significant changes occurring as a direct or indirect result of COVID-19. Most of us are now working from home and we’ve all got dry hands from washing them more than usual.

Is your project management methodology still relevant today?2020-06-30T15:15:38+10:00

How to focus on what really matters for Risk Management

In Australia and across the world, there are significant changes occurring as a direct or indirect result of COVID-19. Most of us are now working from home and we’ve all got dry hands from washing them more than usual.

How to focus on what really matters for Risk Management2020-06-10T13:36:21+10:00
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