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Headline, Politics, Technology »

[30 Sep 2010 | One Comment | ]

ShareWell now that the election is over (for now) we can start to look forward to Labor model of high capacity broadband infrastructure roll out. The National Broadband Network is coming and with it opportunities for business that most business and some politicians do not yet understand. There are businesses that don’t exist yet, products and services yet to be digitalized, distribution methods we cant yet imaging, and means of interacting with customer that will create a new paradigm of market knowledge.
We know with the technologies that are available to …

Management »

[3 Aug 2010 | No Comment | ]

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The Strategic Management Process covers the development of a strategic direction formed by the organisational mission, strategic vision, and objectives as an iterative process. We have seen that the process in developing this direction requires an internal and external investigation of the organisational environment. The internal investigation looks at strengths and weaknesses, while the external looks at opportunities and threats. A more in-depth investigation of the environmental situation in regard to strategy development is PESTLE analysis taking into account the political, economic, social, technological, legal, and environmental impacts and influences …

Observation, Politics, Regional Economic Development, Technology »

[29 Jul 2010 | 12 Comments | ]

ShareThere are two glaring omissions thus far from the headlines in regard to policy strength and weakness on both sides of the current election campaign. One is the proposed Internet Filter, which has thankfully been “put on ice”, for a while, I just fear that it will be warmed up should Labor be successful in winning a second term. It is interesting that although the Libs have previously quietly opposed it, for that is their job – to oppose things, they haven’t made it a highlight issue of criticism in …