Posts in the 'Collaboration' category

Natural Disaster Mitigation – To Save Taxpayers Billions?

“An open-source platform that provides access to information about disasters such as floods and bushfires could help yield savings of $500 million to $2.4 billion alone.” The Australian Business Roundtable for Disaster Resilience & Safer Communities.

About The Roundtable’s

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Smart ‘Everything’. Utilities Connecting, Saving $s, Emissions

Dr. Thomas Kiessling is Chief Product and Innovation Officer (CPIO) at Deutsche Telekom. He makes the following insightful observations about life in inner cities now and into the future:

Technolgical Innovation Not Just Austerity Measures Imperative

As the 3.5 billion+ …

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Students Doing Well With Early Start/Finish

A year after Merrylands East Public principal John Goh introduced early start and finish times the ‘experiment’ has been declared a huge success. The 370 students are enjoying school more for the right reasons and boys in particular have

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Public Service Mutuals Green Paper Webinar 4 July

A Public Service Green Paper looking for social innovation leading to new policy formulation has been released for public consultation to stimulate discussion as to the role of Co-operatives and Mutuals in delivering public services for Australians.

About The Paper

The …

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Circa Australia Travel Companion…? A Common Desire.

Many older Aussies are looking for travel companions. Nowadays when they contact PWF I suggest they check out the various touring caravan, motorhome, campervan clubs, as over the years I note some reticence about online contact.

Some Clubs/Websites to Check Out

Australasian …

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