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If you haven’t heard businesses talking about innovation, you probably haven’t been listening! This bumper edition of Forge is all about innovation: why we should innovate, who is innovating, and how to innovate. Here’s what to expect in Forge Volume 2 Number 3.
The new rules of innovation
In our innovation cover story, Tony Featherstone writes that companies must constantly adapt, and learn through trial and error. This article covers five rules of innovation that organisations can apply on their journeys to business innovation.
Five Australian companies innovating for growth
Successful organisations recognise that innovation is not just a buzzword – it’s a necessity in a changing economy. David James investigates the innovative practices of some of Australia’s leading companies.
Special feature: smart cities
A ‘smart city’ is one that has innovation, entrepreneurship and global focus at its core. Achieving smart city status can be challenging, but many of Australia’s capital and regional cities are up to the task. In this Forge special feature, we look at what makes a smart city, and examine a number of Australia’s contenders.
Fast-food companies become technology investments
Technology is revolutionising the fast-food industry, with the value of online ordering companies surging as consumers opt for convenience over home cooking.
The era of nanotechnology
Advances in nanotechnology look set to launch an era in which matter can be reconfigured at the molecular or atomic level, spelling big business for biotech.
Asia: a continent of unexplored luxury
With experiential the order of the day when it comes to travel, further-flung destinations are enjoying the patronage of travellers looking for an authentic experience with a luxurious bent. We look at Asia’s finest options for decadent yet fulfilling travel.
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