How to win a hackathon

4th December 2017
Posted by: James Piskorz

Building a company culture that wins hackathons A few months ago, Terem Technologies won a national prize at Govhack 2017. With over 2,300 participants and 379 projects, Govhack is Australia’s largest hackathon event. Govhack is divided up into a few domain specific challenges. The Terem team took first place in the IP Australia challenge, “What happened to...

Have We Reached Peak Innovation?

19th April 2017

As noted historian Yuval Harari argues in his bestselling book, Sapiens, innovation has been one of the driving forces in human evolution for millennia. Consider fire, for example. Early humans were what Yuval terms an “animal of no significance” until they started using fire for warmth, protection and cooking. Later, when humans started settling in...

ASX100 study: how the sharemarket lost faith in innovation

13th April 2016
Posted by: Baris Tuncay

A new study commissioned by Terem Technologies has analysed Australia’s top 100 companies to establish whether claims of innovation boost a company’s bottom line. The study’s key findings point to a deep market scepticism around innovation activities which are not backed by tangible results. The study’s snapshot of the ASX100’s innovation profile showed the following:...

Why government “risk mitigation” rarely delivers

25th August 2014

This article was originally published in Business Spectator: See the original Recent state and federal government initiatives to embrace the potential of small companies in providing more innovative solutions to government technology are to be applauded. But a bureaucracy’s worst enemy is sometimes itself. When I hear of a government panel and policies for vendor...

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