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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.

All posts tagged digital innovation

Techcrunch Disrupt 2016

TechCrunch Disrupt: A dash of AI with everything

Artificial intelligence was the star of the show at TechCrunch Disrupt 2016. Marina Paronetto reports back from London, where the conference was taking its regular pulse-check of the world’s startup scene.

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biomimicry

Your next digital innovation could stem from nature

From drones to design thinking, technology and innovation is being inspired by natural processes. Here’s how biomimicry could play a role in shaping the future.

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haptic feedback

The power of touch: Making sense of haptic feedback

Giving sense and presence to intangible digital environments, haptic feedback technology might soon be providing experiences extending far beyond vibrating alerts.

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computer science infographic

Infographic: The 300-year evolution of computers

The smartphone revolution didn’t happen overnight, it was built atop centuries of incremental innovation. This infographic commemorates several key milestones on humanity’s journey towards a computerised future.

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sport technology

Data and tech offer a winning formula for sports

Digital technology has long existed in a symbiotic relationship with professional sports. From virtual reality to data analytics, we look at a range of game-changing developments.

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Federal Budget 2016: Stoking the Innovation Agenda

Innovation is high on the government agenda, but is funding set to follow? John Riccio and Kate Eriksson look at some of the ways the 2016 Federal Budget will support the digital economy.

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Corporates, get stuck into the innovation agenda

Large enterprises mustn’t be passive onlookers to the innovation push. They play an important part in stimulating Australia’s startup ecosystem, says PwC’s Head of Disruption Kate Eriksson.

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The innovation statement: Australia, it’s time to shine

The Australian government has unleashed ‘the ideas boom’ – its innovation agenda for the nation. Kate Eriksson, Head of Disruption at PwC, shares her highlights from the statement.

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Infographic: Healthcare startups shaping the future of the industry

With multiple industries ripe for disruption/evolution/innovation, this week’s infographic focuses on healthcare startups that are identifying problems, developing solutions and defining the future of the industry.

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Capabilities to keep pace with tomorrow’s customer

Drawing on PwC’s Connected Retail report on tomorrow’s customer, John Riccio looks at the capabilities that will enable organisations to engage with consumers of the future – smarter, faster and with relevance.

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