Interview with Linda O’Brien Pro Vice Chancellor (Information Services) Griffith University

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 “How do we rethink the traditional models of decision making and planning and partner with key stakeholders and agencies to deliver the best possible outcome?”

Watch the AARNews video interview with Linda O’Brien, Pro Vice Chancellor (Information Services) at Griffith University, Queensland. Linda talks about how Griffith is rethinking IT strategy to adapt to the new paradigm of online learning. She says partners are important in the online space when it comes to delivering tools and technologies. She also opines about the challenges ahead of creating a frictionless way for researchers to innovate and balancing the need to be agile and innovative with managing the risk.

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