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Centre for Innovative Practice

The Centre for Innovative Practice is located in the School of Business and Law.

The Centre's research focuses on developing innovative practices across a wide range of professions and organisations within the business and law sectors.

Areas of specific interest include but are not limited to networks and innovation, the use of information technology in innovation, personal innovation and its relationship with organisational innovation, innovation in tourism, innovative research processes and corporate social responsibility.

Research projects

Researchers in the Centre conduct research into a wide range of topics. The Centre welcomes discussions with industry and government and the development of joint projects.

Some recent projects include:

Visitors and seminars

The Centre for Innovative Practice holds seminars related to the Centre's research themes throughout the year, as well as hosts a number of visiting academics from around the world. For a full list of upcoming and past events click the button below.

News & events

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The Centre for Innovative Practice kicks off Global Entrepreneurship Week at ECU

Researchers from the Centre of Innovative Practice hosted a workshop on SMEs and Innovation for stakeholders in the Joondalup Wanneroo area

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Centre for Innovative Practice Newsletter

Centre for Innovative Practice Newsletter - August 2015

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Professor Standing presents in Finland

Craig Standing was invited as a researcher to visit Finland in early September for a week. He has been collaborating with Professor Heikki Karjaluoto of Jyväskylä University for eleven years. The central activities of the visit were attendance at a workshop for a nationally funded large research project and presenting at a national doctoral workshop.

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