As the Government takes steps to reform the education system with the development of a National Skills Passport, we consider the opportunity to create an interconnected and flexible education system that enables a fluid and learner-centric approach, addressing immediate workforce needs and lifelong learning requirements for all Australians.
In the ever-evolving landscape of higher education, one thing remains constant: the paramount importance of the student experience. As we witness the emergence of a new cohort of learners – the refined, digitally-savvy, and discerning – the need for universities to co-design their offerings with this critical audience in mind has never been more pressing.
Determining how a business continues to transform, grow and innovate is becoming increasingly overwhelming for leaders. Underpinning this is a pressing need for capability uplift to ensure businesses are future-focused and primed for the unknowable future.
In difficult times such as these, public policy plays a critical role in addressing the increasingly complex and interrelated issues we face today. But we need to make the development and implementation of good public policy more collaborative if we really want to create better, more sustainable outcomes.
The journey of understanding client and customer needs, and transforming them into seamless, user-friendly digital experiences is often complex and nonlinear.
As a business analyst, I see my role as being like a “translator”; my work requires a deep understanding of two (or more!) worlds in order to facilitate communication and the delivery of effective solutions.