Hargraves Institute is a trust-based innovation hub that builds our members' capabilities through collective wisdom.
"Every year the conference seems to get better and better, more connections & learnings. Particularly exciting this year was to talk to many individual members embarking on entirely new ventures. Thanks to Hargraves for bringing together a thoroughly engaging event - well done." NRMA
"The Hargraves ‘glue’ that connects its members is also a wealth of knowledge and capability. If Hargraves doesn’t have the answer, they can connect you with someone that does."
"The topics and issues talked about are applicable to my company even though we are nowhere near these companies in their innovation journey."
"... Allan's straight forward hard hitting advice delivered at the Melbourne Business Awards was not only new but motivating....it's a shame I had not heard you years ago." Freudenberg Filtration Technologies
"A number of different approaches highlighted for me, a common theme of culture being at the heart of an innovative company. This, plus practical approach to crowd sourcing provide a starting point for the journey."
Inspire people to be innovative.
This is why we exist, why highly successful member organisations contribute and learn, share ideas and take away the seeds for new ones, and why individual people within those organisations surprise themselves and those around them by doing amazing things.
No matter how successful an organisation is today, it needs to continually innovate in order to create a sustainable future. We believe that the capacity to innovate can only be built on the foundation of employees continually seeking new ideas within a culture that encourages people to create the future.
At Hargraves we are passionate about sharing the innovation journey, about helping create opportunities for individual members to develop the right way for their particular needs and to share with and learn from other members.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2013 LAWRENCE HARGRAVE AWARDS WINNERS
(From left to right) Griffith Hack, Jane Cockburn, AMP and IBSA