Building resilience, embracing innovation, and realising strategic opportunities
Fast-paced economic, political, regulatory, social, ecological and demographic developments are creating a plethora of threats which require new levels of robustness to prevent disruptive threats. This will include the emergence of entire new sub-management disciplines such as innovation management or trust management. This research theme focuses on large incumbents, seeking to develop approaches to revenue resilience, trust management methodologies, strategic envisioning for technology opportunism and disruption, and also studies intrapreneurial talent acquisition.
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Seeking a Postdoctoral Research Fellow
The Centre for Future Enterprise and the School of Management, QUT Business School is currently inviting applications for one two-year postdoctoral position. We are particularly interested in recruiting postdocs within research areas such as:
- Digital transformation and innovation: digital transformation processes and strategies in incumbent firms (especially asset intensive firms, e.g., mining, rail, etc.), digital ecosystems and innovation, and digital innovation leadership and strategy, etc.
- Digital government: digital innovations in the public sector, public sector and emerging technologies, public-private technology partnerships, smart cities, etc.
Find out more
If you would like to discuss any of our research topics further or would like to engage as a scholar or (research) student, please contact Professor Kevin Desouza | email@example.com