A recent survey reported that over 60% of organisations had been breached in 2015. This suggests that all organisations, no matter their size need to have a cyber incident response plan in place. In this issue of The BHERT News we invited experts in the field of cybersecurity to offer their knowledge on how you can shape your organisation's actions to the ever-changing digital landscape.
A repositioned economy based on structural change enabling knowledge/IP translation and not restricted by geography is an outcome that will serve Australia well as we move further into the 21st century. And so it is that the contributors for this edition of the BHERT News bring a focus to initiatives that will be a part of this journey.
To commemorate BHERT’s 25 year anniversary milestone, former presidents shared their reflections on their time at BHERT and their visions of the future for university and business collaboration. Other articles looked at the natural partnership between researchers and business.
Industry, the Higher Education sector and government all agree that education is key to our future success. The relatively new phenomena of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses), learning enabled by technology, has caused a significant evolution of the traditional education model. This edition of BHERT News asks us to reflect on what has taken place regarding the maturation of MOOCs, their integration into the blended learning model and their value proposition to students, universities and business.
We hope that you find the real life stories of Australian manufacturing companies who are making their mark in a global marketplace, challenging, interesting, and educational but most of all, inspiring.
|31||Dec 2012||Why, How & When: Preparing for and Managing the Future|
|30||Jun 2012||The Renaissance of Law: The Changing Face of Excellence|
|29||Dec 2010||Entrepreneurship: Creative Construction|
|28||Apr 2010||Australia's Workforce 2020 and Beyond: Dilemma or Opportunity?|
|27||Sep 2009||A Better and Smarter Economy: Seeing Around the Next Corner|
|26||Aug 2008||Aspirations and Recollections|
|25||Mar 2008||BHERT Awards 1998 - 2007|
|24||May 2007||Increasing Private Support for Australian Universities|
|23||Mar 2006||Emerging Skills - Moving Beyond the Now|
|22||Jul 2005||The Business of the Humanities, the Humanities of Business|
|21||Apr 2005||Case Studies in Regional Engagement between Post-Secondary Education and Business|
|20||Jul 2004||The Changing Education Needs for the Professions|
|19||Apr 2004||The Challenge by the Private Providers|
|18||Nov 2003||Improving Teaching and Learning in Universities (out of print)|
|17||Jul 2003||Regional Provision of Higher Education (out of print)|
|16||Apr 2003||Developing Generic Skills: Examples of Best Practice|
|15||Nov 2002||Productivity in the Higher Education Sector: What Does it Mean?|
|14||Jul 2002||Excellence in Collaborative R&D|
|13||Mar 2002||Vocational Education and Training (VET)|
|12||Oct 2001||The Need for a Stronger Entrepreneurial Culture in Australia|
|11||Jul 2001||The Knowledge Economy & Knowledge Management|
|10||Mar 2001||Business, Ethics, Values and Education|
|9||Nov 2000||The Triple Bottom Line: Shareholders, Society, Sustainability|
|8||Jul 2000||Populate or Stagnate: Australia 2050|
|7||Mar 2000||The Business of Education for Business|
|6||Oct 1999||Lifelong Learning in the New Millennium|
|5||Jul 1999||Australia – the Information Economy (out of print)|
|2||Jun 1998||Science Education and Science Research in Australia|
|1||Mar 1998||Inaugural Issue (out of print)|
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