Meet the doctoral talent in Barcelona exploring the workplace digital revolution
A group of early-stage researchers at RMIT Europe is investigating the impacts of digitalisation in the workplace, including the implications it may have on business innovation and employee training and upskilling.
Global Power Generation and RMIT collaborate to support Western Plains entrepreneurs in Victoria
RMIT University is collaborating with Global Power Generation (GPG) to support entrepreneurs near the company’s Berrybank 1 Wind Farm project in south-west Victoria.
One-off cash payments to aged care workers not enough
Following the federal government’s announcement yesterday of a one-off payment to aged care workers, an RMIT expert explains why a bigger solution is needed.
New RMIT Vice-Chancellor's Innovation Professor, Dr Marta Fernandez
RMIT has announced the appointment of its newest Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation Professor, Dr Marta Fernandez.
Essendon Football Club and RMIT offer pathway to business career
Essendon Football Club and RMIT have joined forces again to offer a new and innovative education program that will give students a pathway to a career in elite sport and business management.
The global supply chain crisis that stole Christmas
An expert in supply chain and logistics explains the perfect storm of events that has left global supply chains in crisis, threatening Christmas deliveries.
The research translation journey: Turning theory into real-world impact
A new book published in the framework of OpenInnoTrain – a European Union-funded project – reflects upon the project’s activities and findings to provide practical guidance to convert research outcomes into outputs which benefit society.
Report: Four ways to guide Australian businesses to net zero
A new report says business needs more support to achieve net zero emissions, including more stringent and consistent reporting, re-introducing carbon pricing, and reforming the carbon credit systems.