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In our vision for innovation we see changes that drive the kind of industry-academia based interaction Australia needs. Tax changes, a restructure of how universities are funded, broader training for post-graduate students to include industry engagement and changes to some anachronistic institutions such as CSIRO. But as a country, we’re still not doing enough to push the cultural change necessary for a technically innovative society.
We’re often told to keep our personal and work lives separate. This week’s KIQ goes against this line of thinking.
For this week’s KIQ, what you respond with is not as important as how you respond.