Heavy emitters are facing extreme pressure to make their operations greener, not only from their shareholders but their customers further down the supply chain as well.  Australian business leader Simon McKeon says that while public shareholder pressure has focused executives’ attention on sustainability issues, “there’s an even louder voice which

Oil and gas giant Woodside Energy announced a new collaboration with IBM to continue to advance its AI efforts and explore use cases for quantum computing.  As part of the collaboration Woodside will become a member of the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab, which is a collaborative industrial-academic laboratory focused on

IBM has a new initiative which it argues will help companies successfully transform by creating an environment where a start-up can exist inside a larger organisation – without the bigger entity taking up all the oxygen.  The IBM Garage concept brings together clients and IMBers to create and scale new

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Companies are beginning to harness an innovation culture from within their organisations according to Pamela Maynard, president, product and innovation at Avanade. In a recent interview with Which-50 she said, “[Companies are] looking to harness ideas, creating space within their employee base to allow their employees to surface ideas and

NASA is loaning Woodside Energy one of its robots to see how the technology could be used to tackle jobs that are too dangerous for humans. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter As part of a new partnership between the two organisations, the Australian oil and gas giant will