The short answer - all! A PhD teaches a way of thinking about problems and solutions useful to all organisations.
I just got off a coaching call1where the key outcomes included identifying five transferable skills and then how they can be used to move forward. Followed by identify future industries or employers who might be interested in hiring you based on your PhD experiences and/or research findings.
The is the final blog in the series on What could make a PhD program fail. This blog covers insufficient data about the program and its operations.
I’m sure you’ve read them. Perhaps you’ve discussed it. The various articles about how our sports stars are loved and adored. Worshiped even.
We all know that: • research translation is hard; • it is difficult to find and maintain collaborative research partners (no matter where they are from);
Despite all of the election speak, we are still trying to transition to an innovation economy.
Increasingly I’m working at the academia-industry/corporate interface. That could be helping researchers find industry/corporate collaborators or vice-versa; delivering training programs about working with industry (or university); or providing career advice. In a recent review, the […]
Recently I’ve been re-reading Me to We (by Janine Garner). It is a book all about commercial collaboration and the success such an approach can have for current and aspiring (commercial) leaders. Although it is a book aimed at individuals and being a collaborative leader, it certainly has some […]