The majority of bankruptcies occur due to unemployment and excessive credit, rather than business failure.
Between 50-75% of all collaborations fail. Here are some tips on how to set up a successful collaboration between academia and industry.
Politicians and policymakers are at last grappling with the urgent need to generate new ideas and fresh ways of doing things. But in the race to the top, Australia has barely reached base camp.
Australians still have lingering beliefs about bankruptcy as a crime. This has to change if we want to foster business innovation.
2015 was a year where we expanded our view of the universe, embraced new technologies and got a hint of the profound changes to come.
Having landed the innovation statement on a cloud of optimism, the Turnbull government faces some character-forming days in the coming week.
The MYEFO numbers aren’t going to be pretty - but the projected future budget deficits are a fantasy.
The government wants more Australian entrepreneurs to fail - which would be fine if they learned from their mistakes.
The innovation report fails to mention the risk of bias for researchers collaborating with industry. We must ensure that researchers maintain their independence.
Some of the new(ish) initiatives in the Innovation and Science Agenda may help in small ways, but it doesn’t provide the answer what happens after the innovation.
Malcolm Turnbull spruiks his lines like one of those optimistic entrepreneurs that he urges Australians to become.
Australia’s insolvency laws are behind world best practice and need reform.
Graduates should be taught entrepreneurship skills.
Australia is being rapidly outpaced by its innovative international competitors.
The government’s innovation agenda is heavy on incentives for startups and entrepreneurs.
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull today announced the National Innovation and Science Agenda (NISA). Here’s what it means for science, commercialisation and industry in Australia.
Malcolm Turnbull is looking to an “ideas boom” to be the new source for Australia’s growth, prosperity and jobs now the mining boom has faded.
Transforming Australia into an innovation powerhouse will require overcoming these 10 key challenges.
Innovation is all the rage, but it require real reform to promote. Here are five things we could do to improve innovation in Australia.
Research in the humanities, arts and social sciences is often driven by philosophies of social justice and public benefit, which don’t always sit comfortably with commercialisation.