Short publication pieces.

Recognizing the contribution of veterans

Recognizing the Contribution of Veterans - by Andrew Balmaks When Peter Murphy and I started Noetic, we recognized the contribution veterans could make both back into Defense and more broadly to government departments and agencies. We saw the lived experience, knowledge and skills veterans brought to [...]

Recognizing the contribution of veterans2019-05-03T02:20:15+10:00

Identifying mentors and avoiding gender-based bias

Identifying Mentors and Avoiding Gender-based Bias - by Michelle Todd A senior woman once told me, “you really need to find a male and female mentor. A male will give you the practical knowledge and skills to be the leader you need to be, and a [...]

Identifying mentors and avoiding gender-based bias2019-05-03T02:21:14+10:00

Recruiting and mentoring for gender equality

Recruiting and Mentoring for Gender Equality Noetic reflects in the lead up to International Women's Day 2019 Noetic prides itself on being a progressive workplace that supports women wanting to take up a career in consultancy. ‘We are always seeking top quality staff and Noetic [...]

Recruiting and mentoring for gender equality2019-04-04T06:00:37+10:00

Our WakeUp breakfast on re-thinking risk

Our WakeUp Breakfast on Re-thinking Risk - by Phillip Forrest Today’s breakfast briefing, facilitated by Matthew Graham and Peter Wilkinson, is the second of our new WakeUp events that bring together executive level representatives from government and industry for a focused discussion. Today’s discussion, Re-thinking Risk, [...]

Our WakeUp breakfast on re-thinking risk2019-05-03T02:33:46+10:00

Noetic Shortlisted as Defense Business of the Year

Noetic Shortlisted as Defense Business of the Year Noetic has been shortlisted as a finalist in the category of Defense Business of the Year at the 2018 Optus My Business Awards. The Awards acknowledge best practice within industry sectors, business leaders, excellence in customer service and achievements [...]

Noetic Shortlisted as Defense Business of the Year2019-04-05T05:11:09+10:00

What should leaders do in a time of crisis

What Should Leaders Do in a Time of Crisis Unprecedented rainfall in western Japan during 5-6 July 2018 created catastrophic flooding, damage and loss of life. Japanese leaders, starting with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, demonstrated the importance of effective leadership in handling ‘out of scale events’. Noetic’s publication, Effective senior [...]

What should leaders do in a time of crisis2019-05-03T02:32:02+10:00

Smart Seeds – cultivating innovation for infrastructure

Smart Seeds - Cultivating Innovation for Infrastructure “innovation encourages risk, creativity and embracing uncertainty” - by Timothy Leavold Smart Seeds attempts to add some spark to imagining future infrastructure. The 10-week program encourages groups of young professionals to develop innovative solutions to a series of infrastructure challenges. Noetic’s [...]

Smart Seeds – cultivating innovation for infrastructure2019-05-03T02:24:18+10:00

Values and Practices – Can you have one without the other?

Values and Practices - Can you have one without the other? Implementing good safety practices is an essential, and practical, route to developing a good organizational culture, argues Peter Wilkinson in this Insight paper. "Much of my work as a safety practitioner tends to focus on improving critical controls intended [...]

Values and Practices – Can you have one without the other?2019-04-06T03:09:14+10:00

Looking beyond response

Looking Beyond Response The United States and the Caribbean have recently experienced a series of unprecedented hurricanes The response to the devastation has generally been satisfactory A ‘business as usual’ approach to the recovery effort cannot be taken - by Peter Murphy The southern United States and the Caribbean [...]

Looking beyond response2018-09-20T09:40:20+10:00

Fighting the Islamic State: understanding why transnational fighters mobilize

Fighting the Islamic State: Understanding Why Transnational Fighters Mobilize by Jason Fritz This past week, The World – a joint venture between Public Radio International and the British Broadcasting Corporation – aired a story that included some highlights of my research with Joseph Young at American University.[1] For approximately [...]

Fighting the Islamic State: understanding why transnational fighters mobilize2019-05-03T02:40:56+10:00
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