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22 July 2015

Australia’s future workforce: Young workers as industrial citizens

The Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing will partner with the Griffith Business School’s Alumni portfolio next month (21 August),...

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18 August 2015
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30 October 2023
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AI and the future of farming

AI farming is revolutionising agriculture in Australia, akin to Tesla's impact on manufacturing. The ARC Industrial Transformation Research Hub at Griffith University employs AI and machine learning to enhance agricultural productivity and reduce labor shortages. From monitoring strawberries, improving sugarcane planting and precision lobster farming, this innovative approach promises higher quality, consistency, and cost-efficiency, making AI farming the future of food production.

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9 October 2023
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Brighter Future for All Oration: The Perfectibility of Opportunity

As a civic institution, Griffith University is committed to deep engagement with our local communities and unlocking knowledge and foresight from influential thinkers and leaders. On 4 October 2023, we proudly presented the inaugural Brighter Future for All Oration at Brisbane City Hall with The Honorable Dr Jim Chalmers MP, Treasurer of Australia and one of our most distinguished alumni.

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24 November 2022
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10 August 2021
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14 July 2021
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The future of retail in Australia

While COVID-19 has certainly challenged Australia’s retail industry, it has also provided opportunities and lessons in new ways to meet customer demand. Despite the difficulties 2020 presented, retailers have also discovered their own resilience, with new opportunities and lessons for meeting customer demand emerging from the chaos of COVID-19.

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14 October 2020

The future for retail in a pandemic year

While COVID-19 has certainly challenged Australia’s retail industry, several Griffith marketing experts say it has also provided opportunities and lessons in new ways to meet customer demand.

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6 August 2020

Reasons for living study reveals insights into suicide prevention workforce

Connection to others and service are the two main reasons for living among those with lived experience of suicide entering the suicide prevention workforce.

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6 February 2020

Intergenerational care practice may offer future career pathways

New career pathways in intergenerational care practice may be the way of the future according to Griffith University researchers.

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