Not Like America: How Australia can avoid the Trump effect by Sandy Plunkett and Joanne Gray “Australians don’t want the income inequality, the corporate tax avoidance, high cost of healthcare, dysfunctional education programs and social problems that have become prevalent in America,” former ACTU secretary David Oliver says. The Twitter feeds lit up with indignation last … Continue reading Farewell to the “Fair Go” in the age of Trump and the Internet?
Australia’s future economic success is dependent on the timely and effective use of technology. The global transformation towards the digital economy creates opportunities and threats for our nation. Despite having many of the key inputs, Australia has been relatively slow to position itself for this transformation. The ICT sector needs to take a leadership role in … Continue reading 2013 Central Recommendation
2013 Australia 3.0 Health stream examines obstacles to digital transformation within the sector.Australia is increasingly facing a number of healthcare challenges. Continued population growth, demands for increased access to high-quality healthcare, an aging population, shortage of clinicians, and increasing budgetary pressures in healthcare institutions are just some of the issues faced by an already budget-constrained … Continue reading Australia 3.0 Health
2013 Australia 3.0 Mining Group examined obstacles to digital transformation within the sectorThe next generation improvements in mine productivity are likely to come from innovations in the digital economy, especially in the fields of automation and integration of the overall knowledge base seamlessly across the mining value chain. Digital productivity is core to this vision … Continue reading Australia 3.0 Mining