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Use your expertise and experience to engage with the broader community of experts on important issues in policy and strategy development, and make a difference to the way organisations solve these challenges. You’ll also get feedback on your contributions, and on the progress of the policy/strategy. Meet and work with other experts from a variety of backgrounds. Gain access to secondments, industry collaboration and research opportunities. Contribute as much or as little as you want. You can be a panel member and drive a policy/strategy, or use the convenience of the internet to simply comment. Contributing expertise will grow the influence and impact of your ideas and contributions. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further. MindHive is about problem solving. Tech is second. It’s an enabler. We have a proven strategy and policy problem solving method – and you get access to it to MindHive your challenges. They get solved. The problem solving method was designed by five ex-Oxford strategy / policy leaders - the web built by Australia’s number one web company, Wiliam. We’re a team of strategists and policy leaders who have honed a craft of engaging diverse thinking into problem solving for the past 15 years - Australia’s longest non-government funded think tank. You get to be a part of that legacy - independent quality thought leadership. In your no-obligation demonstration we will walk you through how our platform works and why it makes sense to use the power of disruptive collaboration technology. I wanted to try MindHive as a way of seeking broader input into a question that has been puzzling me for some time, which was essentially ‘how do you consult the broader community about complex policy issues?’ The problem particularly relates to my role in re-introducing a government body in Queensland (the Sentencing Advisory Council) that will have a legislative function to not only seek the views of the community about a particular topic (sentencing in the Queensland courts), but also to influence those views and educate the community at the same time. I was amazed at the response! There was such a cross-section of people who had thoughts about the question I posed, and some really rich and interesting ideas that I could use to seek the views of particular sub-groups in the community. Thank you MindHive for a great way to get me started on the journey of consulting with the community. MindHive provided us with enhanced visibility and information gathering capability. We used the platform to facilitate a project that involved collaboration and participation from the academics, public servants and industry partners. It is helpful to be able to have everyone in one digital room. The team behind MindHive was extremely helpful and supportive and I am looking forward to see how the platform allows to build the flood insights further.

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