Innovation

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Organisations need to adopt a specific approach to hybrid working in order to improve collaboration, communication, productivity and innovation.

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Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) may seem like a fad, but they are revolutionising how digital content creators and artists create business models, says UNSW Business School’s Eric Li.

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Fintech is playing an important role in helping digital entrepreneurs tap into growth opportunities in Indonesia's developing communities, shows UNSW Business School research.

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Business risks, innovation, customer engagement and the need to become truly “omnichannel” will be critical factors in adapting to the new normal, says UNSW Business School. 

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The current economic crisis has exposed the decay in Australia’s manufacturing capability and highlighted the need for increased investment in innovation.

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UNSW Business School research explores the negative correlation between media coverage and corporate innovation.

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Digital transformation is not just about technology – it is about people and processes, says UNSW Business School’s Yenni Tim. 

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Businesses facing pressing issues like COVID-19 and climate change need to innovate, and so do business schools, say experts drawn from industry and research.

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There are four useful lessons that businesses can learn from K-pop's digital transformation success, says a UNSW Business School expert

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Following the rapid rise of 'sharing economy' services like AirBnB and Uber, entrepreneurs now have their sights set on turning unused driveways into a public parking option.

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