ON Thursday I was delighted to present at “Our Region, Our Future – Disrupting the CQ Region”, an event hosted by the Public Sector Innovation Network, BiiG.
Pitched at public servants from a wide range of backgrounds, my topic was “Ups, Down and Innovation in Central Queensland”.
The aim of the presentation was to use economic observations to set the scene for the need for innovation and to provide some ideas our community could pursue.
These ideas could be pursued because our region is naturally endowed with the required human, organisation and capital resources, because they have been tried elsewhere and worked, or because they are just plain sensible.
My presentation contained five initiatives in which our region could show leadership, but there are many more.
Why don’t these things happen of their own accord? What’s holding our region back?
To continue reading click the Download buttons at right –>