Monthly Archives: October 2011

Reforming healthcare workforce


In Australia, the current workforce will service the healthcare sector till around 2025. That is a further 14 years. If we fail to address the concerns facing the healthcare sector the next 14 years may look, in hindsight like a … Continue reading

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It ain’t about robots, silly!


Brian Arthur a noted economist at the Santa Fe Institute in Mexico http://bit.ly/dfQuI0 and author on the topic of chaos first came to my attention when, back in the mid 1990’s I read a book by James Glieck titled Chaos: … Continue reading

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Is management skill a factor in pay-gap?


Recent research by the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) http://bit.ly/oAnrei suggests a contributing factor towards the pay-gap between Australia and New Zealand is quality of management and process innovation along with quality of labour and capital – rather … Continue reading

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