News Archive: July, 2015

The sixth contribution to the Ideas in Brief series has been released. In this piece Andrew Rowe explores the catch-all term 'innovation'. He argues that four preconditions are necessary for the development of invention, innovation, and progress, and that innovative solutions emerge from environments that foster interaction of knowledge domains... Read More +
Sunday marked the start of NAIDOC week 2015 and the 30 year anniversary of Uluru's return to its traditional owners. Sustineo’s work with the Indigenous Land Corporation and Budget-Based Funding Child Care Services celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements. We look forward to continuing our positive and... Read More +
On the 25th of June Sustineo consultant Tom Sloan gave a guest lecture to the Qualitative Research Methods course at the Australian National University. The lecture focused on the role of qualitative research within the private sector and emphasised the importance of maintaining research integrity and rigour in contexts beyond academia. This... Read More +
Aid for Trade (AfT) is back on the agenda after the Australian government released the new Strategy for Australia’s Aid for Trade Investments with a focus on the Indo-Pacific region. The strategy was released to coincide with global discussions in Geneva and Addis Ababa this month. Since AfT was introduced at the 2005 WTO Conference in Hong Kong... Read More +