Breastscreening Australia breaks the taboo

Breast cancer screening is an essential tool for detecting breast cancer early when it is most treatable. However, there is often a taboo around breast screening, which can prevent women from getting screened. Eligibility for free screening mammograms with BreastScreen Australia starts at 40, with those aged 50 to 74

Aboriginal arts in cancer centre

Have you ever considered the role of art in cancer care, and how it can benefit patients and their families? In recent years, cancer centers have increasingly integrated the arts into their treatment and support programs, recognizing the potential for art to provide emotional and psychological support to those undergoing

Greencare Homes for semi-urban and rural population

With great advances in technology comes the great gift of living longer. The other side of this equation is the challenge of caring for the ageing population. Aged care models has different types of care from self-managed care to caring for people with chronic illness. Netherlands has been in the

Smile per hour for healthy living

Science has proven the positive effect of smiling. Laughter therapy is popular amongst several age groups. Taking cue from this, the Australian municipality of Port Phillip launched a social cohesion project, smiles per Hour, to make neighborhoods friendlier. City of Port Philip in Melbourne, have put up ‘Smile per hour’

R U Ok? Simple words with Larger Meaning

R U OK is a simple campaign popular in Australia which promotes dialogue on mental health matters in family and friends. R U OK? inspire and empower everyone to meaningfully connect with the people around them and start a conversation with those in their world who may be struggling with

Mumbai’s punishing signal

An interesting initiative to tackle a common problem in India -Honking at traffic signals. What if the behavior of people is redirected against them to instantly face consequences of their action. Yes, that was the thought behind this experiment. Though the practicality of scaling this questionable, there are some interesting

Talent scouting lessons from Basketball

Identifying, attracting and retaining  the right talent is always high on the priority of all leading organizations. World Economic Forum in their commentary on Industry 4.0 have been calling out how the skills revolution will play a key role in shaping the economy. HR folks in organizations are always look

Innovate to suit user habits

There are many challenges in our day to day life. Most of them can be solved by bringing a little change in human behavior and habits. But human behaviors and habits are not easy to change. Though there are several approaches and techniques to people change management, there are several

Carma project: Toyota’s nudge for product recall

Traditionally, project recall in automobile, healthcare, food or other industry has been done as a massive public relations exercise supported by the company’s sales, distribution and service partners. The outcomes from the traditional route has not always been very encouraging. Toyota, the largest car manufacturer started to think about it

Tackling the challenge on truck drivers retention

The digital world has made the possibility of having everything delivered at your door step. This, however has created new set of challenges to companies which move the goods across the world. Yes, the logistics providers irrespective of scale are faced with enormous challenge of keeping up with the ever