Organisational learning and capability development

A sample of our reports follows:

  1. SWSi innovate: The model of systematic innovation at TAFE NSW - South Western Sydney Institute, 2013
  2. A Model of Sustainable Innovation: West Coast Institute, 2012
  3. Creating and Adding Value: How customer responsiveness by TAFE NSW benefits its clients, NSW TAFE, 2011
  4. Improving Workforce Capabilities, TAFE NSW - South Western Sydney Institute, 2011
  5. Inclusion, Inspiration and Innovation, Western College, 2011
  6. Carrots, sticks, a mix, or other options. A feasibility study of a systematic approach to capability development, NQC,2010
  7. Innovative Regional Skilling: How TAFE SA Regional combines technology and innovation, 2010
  8. The Challenger Impact Model, Challenger Institute, 2009
  9. Reinvention through Innovation, West Coast TAFE, 2009
  10. Appreciative Inquiry Builds Capability, DEEWR, 2009
  11. Reinvention through innovation, West Coast TAFE, 2009
  12. Diamond Innovations, Victoria University, 2008
  13. The Diamond Database, Victoria University, 2008
  14. Skilling Regional Australia, Inner West Cluster, 2008
  15. Improving the bottom line, NSW DET, 2008
  16. Confident RPL assessors QLD DETA, 2008
  17. Most Significant Change Technique and the National Training System: Core Ideas, DEEWR, 2008
  18. Enterprises enhanced by VET, DEEWR, 2008
  19. Productivity and Participation Enhanced by VET, DEEWR, 2008
  20. Action Learning and the National Training System: Core Ideas, DEEWR, 2008
  21. Networking in VET: How to form, benefit from and sustain networks, DEEWR, 2008
  22. Appreciative Inquiry and the National Training System: Core Ideas, DEEWR, 2008
  23. Building a New Practice, Challenger TAFE, 2007
  24. Communities of Practice and the National Training System: Core Ideas, DEST, 2007
  25. Human capital enhanced by VET, DEST, 2007
  26. How VET enhances human capital: 31 examples, DEST, 2007
  27. Strategic Management and Change Management and the National Training Framework: Core Ideas, DEST, 2007
  28. Continuous improvement in VET, DEST, 2007
  29. New capabilities in VET, DEST, 2007
  30. RPL Done Well in VET, DEST, 2007
  31. Professional judgment in vocational education and training, DEST, 2007
  32. Communities of practice change practice - but not always, or easily, RTF, 2006
  33. Quality is the key, 2006
  34. Critical issues by John Mitchell, Clive Chappell, Susan Roy, Andrea Bateman, a literature review that examines international and Australian trends in teaching and learning policy and practice (click on Supporting documents)
  35. Complexities and opportunities by John Mitchell, Clive Chappell, Susan Roy, Andrea Bateman, a discussion paper as the basis for four focus groups, 22 June 2005 (click on Supporting documents)
  36. Key findings from RA3: Critical issues in teaching, learning and assessment by Dr John Mitchell at ACPET National Conference, Adelaide, 27 August 2005
  37. Three country comparison: Quality a critical issue by John Mitchell, Clive Chappell, Susan Roy, Andrea Bateman, a commentary on developments in England and Scotland in teaching, learning and assessment, 30 October 2005 (click on Supporting documents)
  38. Critical issues in teaching, learning and assessment in VET by John Mitchell, Clive Chappell, Susan Roy, Andrea Bateman at RA3 Mini-Conference, Illawarra Institute of TAFE, 23 November 2005
  39. VET networked for quality by John Mitchell, Clive Chappell, Susan Roy, Andrea Bateman, a description of major VET networks and how they contribute to building and promoting good practice in teaching, learning and assessment, 16 December 2005 (click on Supporting documents)
  40. Case studies: Demonstrating quality by John Mitchell, Clive Chappell, Susan Roy, Andrea Bateman, Fifteen case studies from Australian VET that demonstrate good practice in teaching, learning and assessment, 22 December 2005 (click on Supporting documents)
  41. Implementing flexible learning in the workplace, AFLF, 2005
  42. New ways of working in VET, DEST, 2005
  43. 'The comparative value of three different methodologies for measuring the return on investment from a leadership program'
  44. The skilling of VET change agents, ANTA 2004
  45. VET practitioners as specialist change agents, AVETRA, 2004
  46. 40 Ways of shaping our future, ANTA 2004
  47. Networking and the National Training System: Core Ideas, ANTA, 2003
  48. Emerging Futures: Innovation in Teaching and Learning in VET, ANTA, 2003
  49. Effectively Structuring Communities of Practice, ANTA, 2003
  50. Strategy-making in Turbulent Times, ANTA, 2003
  51. Innovation and the national training system, ANTA, 2003
  52. Change agents and the national training system, ANTA, 2003
  53. The Never-ending Quest, ANTA, 2002
  54. Strategy-making for high-performing VET organisations, AVETRA, 2002
  55. The Potential for Communities of Practice to Underpin the National Training Framework, ANTA, 2002
  56. Knowledge Management and the National Training Framework: Core Ideas, ANTA, 2002
  57. Communities of Practice and the National Training System, ANTA, 2002
  58. Communities of practice - Benefits for VET professionals, AVETRA 2002
  59. 110 Ways to Implement the National Training System, ANTA, 2002
  60. High-skilled High-performing VET, ANTA, 2001
  61. E-business in Education, NOIE, 2002
  62. A new model for workbased learning in the VET sector, ANTA,
  63. Communities of Practice: Reshaping Professional Practice ANTA, 2001
  64. Evidence of High-Skilled, High-Performing VET, ANTA, 2001
  65. The changing Australian market for VET online, FLAG, 2001
  66. Marketing Tools and Models for VET online, FLAG, 2001
  67. E-competent Australia, ANTA, 2000
  68. High-skilled High-performing Vocational Education and Training, ANTA, 2001,
  69. Building FlexAbility: Critical Issues in Flexible learning for VET Managers, TAFE frontiers, 2001
  70. Scan of the literature on market research into VET online products and services in Australia, FLAG, 2001
  71. Initial Target Markets for VET Online Products and Services in Australia, FLAG, 2001
  72. Summary of Existing Market Research into VET Online Products and Services in Australia, FLAG, 2001
  73. International e-VET Market Research Report, a report on international market research for Australian VET online products and services, 2000a
  74. Business Models for Marketing e-VET, A report on business models for the international marketing of Australian VET online products and services, 2000b
  75. Market Driven e-VET, A feasibility study for a national VET consortium to market, distribute and support online products and services overseas, EVAG 2000c

Some other relevant reports not available online:

  1. Young S. & Mitchell, J.G. (2001) National Change Management and Staff Development Needs in VET: Key Findings from 'High-Skilled, High-Performing VET (2001), AVETRA Conference, Research to Reality, Hilton Hotel Adelaide, 29 March 2001
  2. Mitchell, J.G. & Young S. (2001), The High-Skilled VET Practitioner: Interim findings from the evaluation of the long-term impacts of the 450 Framing the Future projects in 1999-2000, AVETRA Conference, Research to Reality, Hilton Hotel Adelaide, 29 March
  3. Mitchell, J.G. (2001), The challenges in developing VET competencies in e-commerce, AVETRA Conference, Research to Reality, Hilton Hotel Adelaide, 29 March 2001
  4. Young, S & Mitchell, J.G. (2001), The emergence of new types of communities of practice: the Framing the Future case study 1997-2000; Paper delivered at Working Knowledge Conference at UTS
  5. Mitchell, J.G. (2000), The Impact of E-commerce on On-line Learning Systems in the VET sector, AVETRA Conference, Canberra, March
  6. Mitchell, J.G. (2000), The Implications of E-commerce for On-line Learning Systems, Moving On-line Conference, organised by Southern Cross University, Gold Coast, August
  7. Mitchell, J.G. (2000), E-commerce Business Models for On-line Learning Systems in the Australian Vocational Education and Training Sector, International Distance Education Conference, University of South Australia, Sept Mitchell, J.G. (2000), The Implications of 'E-competent Australia' (2000) for VET, NET*Working 2000 On-line Conference, November
  8. Mitchell, J.G. (2000), E-business Springboards: Evaluation of Small Business Professional Development in E-commerce, OVET, Tasmania, March 2000)
  9. Mitchell, J.G. (1999), Business Models for Developing On-line Learning Systems: Findings from Current Research, ANTA NET*Working '99 On-line Conference, July-August 1999
  10. Mitchell, J.G. (1999), Business Models for Flexible Delivery and On-line Learning Systems in VET, IVETA Conference, Sydney
  11. Mitchell, J.G. (1999), Evaluation Report on the ANTA Fellowship Scheme, a national professional development project for senior VET staff to prepare change management plans for flexible delivery, ANTA, August