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  • A neuroscience approach to innovative thinking and problem solving

    Allocating work time to experiment and cultivating a ‘fail fast’ culture have been hailed by many organisations as ways to foster innovative thinking to solve business problems. But there’s a science behind this that works by training the brain to process and arrange data to help it get to that ‘eureka’ moment.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett27 July 15 12:59
  • TeleXHealth wins Australia’s Hack Aging Hackathon

    A solution that let's people manage their health from the surrounds of their own home without the need for trips to the doctor has won the Hack Aging Hackathon.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner13 July 15 13:27
  • Today’s state of work: The productivity drain

    The Internet has created radical changes in our personal lives. We now live in a “consumerised” online world where we shop for products and services with a few taps on a smartphone.

    Written by David Oakley09 July 15 11:25
  • An inside look at the Qantas hackathon

    Qantas is set to benefit from a wealth of new ideas generated during its first ever hackathon last weekend.

    Written by Bonnie Gardiner02 June 15 12:50
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  • Why Johnnie Walker joined the Internet of Things

    British beverage company Diageo is the largest producer of spirits in the world and owner of some of the world's most storied brands, including Crown Royal, Smirnoff, Ketel One, Gordon's, Tanqueray, Captain Morgan and Johnnie Walker. Tradition is a byword at Diageo, but so is innovation.

    Written by Thor Olavsrud27 May 15 01:03
  • Historic Met museum puts new technologies on display

    iPads, smartwatches and Google Glass weren't around when Van Gogh created his iconic self-portraits in the 1800s. So how does an institution like the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which has been around for 145 years, integrate new technology? That's the question CTO Jeff Spar and his team asked themselves as they tried to reduce visitor wait times, speed up the ticketing process and enhance the museum experience without disrupting it.

    Written by Lauren Brousell15 May 15 01:42
  • Microsoft returns to its roots at Build with smart cows

    I was the top launch analyst for Windows 95 and that product effectively launched me and I've worked with that firm for two decades now. Since then I've watched and been troubled by the many unfortunate changes and mistakes Microsoft has made.

    Written by Rob Enderle02 May 15 06:01
  • A well-travelled CIO

    How Qantas’ tech chief, Luc Hennekens, is ensuring the airline’s IT function is at the forefront of business innovation.

    Written by Nadia Cameron20 Jan. 15 10:29

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