Resources

We are curious about the future. We are committed to sharing our insights. We have carefully curated lists of resources on the most interesting and important topics.
They contain podcasts, videos and written analysis and bring together researchers and thought leaders to discuss the future of business, society and technology, and the weird and the wonderful things that impact our world.

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COVID-19 and its impact on business

We are barely grasping the nature of the global calamity that is the coronavirus (COVID-19). With everything that’s happening, it is hard to understand what this means for the future of business.

Our COVID Business Impact Dashboard is a “living initiative” which will constantly update and adapt its insights and resources.

Understanding the Banking Royal Commission

Sydney Business Insights has created four accessible video resources for educators to engage students in curriculum on issues arising from the Royal Commission.

Understanding the future of work

The complexity and uncertainty of the future of work means today’s graduates will have to adapt to new jobs and work environments, but the challenges and opportunities are many.

Fake futures

The term ‘fake’ gets flung around with increasing frequency. There is fake news, fake videos (deepfakes) and even cheap fakes. Understanding what the tech can – and can’t do – empowers us to make better judgments in the face of literally endless information.

Coworking Spaces Australia

This report provides an introduction to the coworking phenomenon, an overview of the state of coworking in Australia, introducing a taxonomy of different types of coworking spaces, and some learnings about how to translate the concept of coworking into more traditional small business and corporate work realities.

Co-authored by Tim Mahlberg and Kai Riemer, this report is a publication of Sydney Business Insights and the Digital Disruption Research Group (DDRG) at the University of Sydney Business School.

Intelligent Cities Index: China

Assessing the artificial intelligence capabilities of Chinese cities. The Index is a resource for decision-makers and stakeholders who want to gain a regional and geographic overview of AI activity in China. The Index is the result of meta-research.

We will continue to add resources to this page regularly. If you have an idea for a resource, get in touch.

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