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in·no·va·tion – A creation resulting from study and/or experimentation. The act of starting something new.

dis·rup·tion – An act of delaying or interrupting continuity. An event that results in displacement or discontinuity. The act of causing disorder.

Digital change is a journey, not a destination.
It requires agility and flexibility to underpin a continually evolving business environment.

Industry Change – The ongoing economic, technological and social development of commercial business and market sectors.

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Electric ambiguity: Renewable energy innovation and the future of an industry

Electric ambiguity: Renewable energy innovation and the fate of an industry

Advances in electricity storage and peer-to-peer sharing are set to transform the energy sector. Mark Coughlin looks at the history of electricity and embraces an uncertain but ultimately bright future.

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Sports and VR: An opportunity to play ball

The opportunity for VR and sports to play ball

From fans seeking to get closer to the action, to teams testing (and retesting) their opponents’ skills – virtual reality is adding a new dimension to the way sport is played and consumed.

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The changing nature of trust

The changing nature of trust

In a digital world where vast amounts of data are harnessed yet people can’t see who they are transacting with, is trust possible? John Riccio examines the evolution of assessing reputation and the implications for business.

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Four ways to know your customer in a post-survey world

Four ways to know your customer in a post-survey world

Customer surveys are becoming a thing of the past, with more efficient ways emerging to gauge sentiment. Barry Trubridge looks at how four technologies can help understand how your customer is feeling.

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What universities could learn from data

What universities could learn from data

Thanks to the use of digital platforms, higher education providers are able to capture significant volumes of information that measures student experience. But are they using this data wisely?

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Saving lives with technology

Saving lives and managing disasters with technology

Technology can’t stop natural disasters from happening, but it is proving essential when it comes to responding to them. Here are four life-saving developments in emergency management.

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Around the world in insurtech

Around the world in insurtech

Globally, insurtech is establishing itself in a variety of places. Australia has all the building blocks to lead in insurance innovation. What could the future hold if insurance, tech and regulators worked together?

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The future of healthcare: Bringing patient data to life

The future of healthcare: Bringing patient data to life

Do hospitals need more doctors or data analysts? Is physical space more important, or digital real estate? We ask Vaughn Kauffman, head of PwC’s Health Services and New Entrants Advisory, for his prognosis for innovation in health services.

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Balancing on the tightrope: How government can embrace innovation in a high-risk world

Balancing on the tightrope: How government can embrace innovation in a high-risk world

Government needs to innovate and experiment, but public scrutiny denies it the chance to fail fast. Here are three ways the public sector can drive change without the risk.

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experience age advertising

Why the experience age is closing the gap between consultancy and agency

Creativity can’t go it alone, says John Riccio. Businesses are looking for a strong brand strategy backed up by data. Where does that leave the advertising industry?

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