John Hamilton

    The International Consortium for Electronic Business’ Regional VP for Australasia and The Cairns Institute Adjunct Chair Professor John Hamilton delivered the Universitas Diponegoro (Indonesia) keynote lecture on ‘Industry 4.0: Towards Solving Key Digital Business Problems‘ to an audience of over 749 global participants, plus a follow-up youtube audience.

    Last month John delivered two Universitas Diponegoro Faculty-based three hour Summer School keynotes on ‘Competitiveness Enablers and Industry 4.0 Applications,’ and then a week later on ‘Industry 5.0 and Digital Competitiveness.’ Over 300 global participants from across Europe the UK, the Americas and Asia participated. He also examined a Canterbury University (New Zealand) medical services block chain PhD.

    John’s research into ongoing competitiveness continues to progress across transformative business and entrepreneurial studies. Investigations include competitiveness theory, firm/industry competitiveness, collective/sustainable intelligences and new technologies deployment. Currently, John, Dr Tee, and Dr Underdown actively support five active PHD’s investigating entrepreneurial software engineering, Islamic fintech services, procedural fairness for Vietnam Vets, body corporate risk mitigation, and supporting HR personnel within not-for-profits.

    For more information on his research, contact john.hamilton@jcu.edu.au

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