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Each group member is to contribute a paragraph introducing the section of the Assignment
2 report (see below) they are responsible for. The paragraph must be properly structured with full sentences. The outline may use bullet points.
- Each group member needs to submit a well-structured paragraph introducing the section of the A2 assignment they are responsible for
- Clear arguments and ideas addressing the topic
- Clear and concise writing free from typographical and grammatical errors
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- Reference to organisation’s cross-cultural (including indigenous) awareness policies where they exist and their possible impacts on their approach to being innovative.
- Identify and comment on circumstances that hindered and/or facilitated innovation in the company
- The company is BHP Billiton
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- Reference to organisation’s cross-cultural (including indigenous) awareness policies where they exist.
BHP is an international global organisation, with more than 100 locations in over 25 countries around the world. They directly employ more than 25,000 people, with many Aboriginal employers. Indigenous Peoples are critical partners in many of BHP Billiton’s operations both within Australia and around the world, where these operations are located on or near Indigenous lands. Through cultural awareness workshops and induction programs, BHP Billiton aim to facilitate an understanding of traditional rights, management and protection of Indigenous cultural heritage.
- The possible impacts on their approach to being innovative.
Indigenous enthusiasts of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) will have their very own awards celebration for the first time in this year. The CSIRO’s Indigenous STEM Education program, has launched Indigenous STEM Awards to recognize, congratulate, and celebrate the achievements of Aboriginal , Torres Strait Islander students and scientists, where this program funded by BHP Billiton Foundation. With seven awards in three categories, the goal is to identify people who have played an important role in supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to develop interests in STEM fields.