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May 31, 2019

In recent decades, we have seen many researchers grappling with questions about their research impact for policy and practice. Often a lack of understanding of the complexity of policy-making discourse and the inability to respond quickly to real world challenges pose...

May 28, 2019

Does your organisation embody and uphold its values?

Organisational values refer to both actual and espoused values. A small number of organisations are very clear about what their espoused values are. They promote them through their internal and external communications...

May 21, 2019

As a working parent, I feel grateful every day for our workplace which takes a truly innovative approach to managing staff. Rapid Context is led by Dr Samantha Crompvoets, a sociologist and entrepreneur who hasn’t shied away from putting what she knows from research in...

May 15, 2019

While playing with Lego might not be a prerequisite for a career in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM), it does bring together a range of skillsets such as creativity, problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills which have been ident...

May 9, 2019

It has been almost a decade since the introduction of the Fair Work Act 2009, which provided flexible work entitlements to assist employees, balance care for children, maintain personal career paths and improve work and family balance. But while we are making slow and...

May 6, 2019

Talented employees’ often fail to reach their potential. There are many reasons why this occurs such as disengagement, organisational politics, personal circumstances and so on. One of these reasons is because they don’t perceive a high degree of congruence, match, sim...

May 6, 2019


Research shows that whether a project succeeds or fails is largely dependent on the project stakeholders and their management. Establishing and maintaining relationships with each of the stakeholders, a key component of stakeholder management, may be a considered a ‘f...

May 6, 2019

“Much as we believe that we are most productive in our little silos, the fundamental fact remains that humans are social animals. By denying the opportunity to collaborate and cross-pollinate ideas, businesses contribute to their own speedy demise.” - Pratik Dhola...

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