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5. Research and Innovation: An Impact-driven approach

Direction 5 recap:

Generating excellent research, applied innovation and impact, consistent with RMIT’s mission, strengths and reputation. Developing and empowering talented researchers to work collaboratively through innovation ecosystems and networks.

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How we got here

During the latest Directions consultation phase from July to September, you shared your valuable input on six Directions through online and leader-led discussions, workshops, forums and written submissions. 

We heard from our community in RMIT  Melbourne, Europe, Vietnam and all across the globe, including students, staff, academics, researchers, alumni and industry partners on the ambitions, priorities and values that RMIT should pursue as we journey towards 2022 and beyond.


Community insights

The RMIT NEXT conversation has been led and shaped together through our global network and has explored opportunities that emerge from this incredibly challenging period for the future.

Here are the key insights from your community input:

Cutting edge research, innovation, and thought leadership

RMIT will be an innovation leader, leading the way in key domains across technology, design and enterprise, building and growing innovation ecosystems aligned with our presence, strengths and strategic priorities. ​

Be bold, open, transparent and collaborative

RMIT will drive positive impact through genuinely listening to and working with partners to and co-create solutions to shared challenges and achieve impact at scale.

Recognise diverse knowledge systems

Elevate and include diverse perspectives, contributions, knowledge systems, ideas and research equity, including Indigenous knowledge ​and research. Ethical research and integrity will be core to RMIT’s culture and pursuit of impact​.

Ethical research and integrity will be the core to RMIT’s culture and pursuit of impact​

RMIT should drive a bold research strategy ​focused on excellence in discovery, translation and the ethical, trans-disciplinary application of research knowledge to ​create valuable outcomes in the ​ economy and society.

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COMMUNITY INPUT FOR THIS DIRECTION

RMIT’s NEXT Strategy

September 14, 2021

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HD
I will study Communication beside as I want to convince and impress audience

Hoa D.

14 Sep, 2021
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RMIT’S NEXT Strategy – What’s Possible

August 16, 2021

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EP
I was so bored in classes and during workshops. Is it all my responsibility to shift my mindset? How much responsibility goes into training staff on designing t...

Emeli P.

16 Aug, 2021
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What do these Directions mean to you?

July 19, 2021

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GR
I'm wondering if it might be worth some emphasis on the T in RMIT?

Gerard R.

29 Sep, 2021
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How could these Directions apply to you and your work?

July 16, 2021

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CM
We need to find ways to better work across organisational structures. There should not be a combative or defensive feel when colleagues from a college reach out...

Community Member

5 Oct, 2021
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5 for 5: What are you 5 ambitions for RMIT’s NEXT 5 years?

March 3, 2021

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FZ
My top 5, are below. As a meta-comment, I strongly see RMIT's potentially being the Georgia Tech of Australia. I am using GT as an example as they have gre...

Fabio Z.

6 May, 2021
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Research & Innovation: An Impact-Driven Approach

March 1, 2021

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TK
Promote the value of doing meaningful, impacting research. Areas of research that bring in funding should be prioritised. This means that disciplines which hav...

Tehmina K.

23 Mar, 2021
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Impact Ecosystems: Workforce & Skills Innovation

November 19, 2020

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SP
Lastly a common barrier is 'politics' either between organisations, between departments, between government bodies. All this really does get in the wa...

Shefton P.

19 Nov, 2020
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What does the future of research look like beyond COVID-19 and towards  2025?

July 20, 2020

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JD
The future of research is highly uncertain post-COVID. It is likely that societies and economies will undergo marked periods of complex change with a high level...

Jago D.

2 Sep, 2020
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As we continue to adapt during COVID-19, what insights and innovations should we take into our future?

May 1, 2020

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CM
This year has been challenging but I think what's come out of it for RMIT is more of a shared understanding of our collective priorities and what we should...

Community Member

12 Oct, 2020
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