for W3c validation
Ripple Effect Group are embarking on a research project into the state of digital disruption in the business and professional services sector within Australia. This sector has been identified as one being the most at-risk in the face of digital disruption – we want to find out for ourselves if this is in fact the case and what it means for industry.
The scope of our research will include firms providing legal, accounting, business consulting, architectural and engineering services. Our focus is understanding the perceptions of people working within these sectors on the current and near-future impact of digital technologies, such as social media, mobile computing, cloud computing and automation.
This project will form the basis of a new research paper and all participants in the research will receive a copy of our final report. Participants will also have the chance to help shape the format and outcomes of the research and report.
How can you participate?
If you would like to take part in this research project, please get in contact or simply fill in the online form below.[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]
Our past work
We are an independent consulting team who help by designing informed and effective ways to connect people through technology using authentic insights, tailored strategies and clever thinking.
Over the years, Ripple Effect Group (formerly Headshift) have been involved with writing and publishing substantive industry research papers. Public work includes:
- Social Networking for the Legal Profession (Ark Group)
- Enterprise 2.0 in Europe (European Union)
- Online Engagement Guidance and Web 2.0 Toolkit for Australian Government Agencies (Federal Government)
- Designing Mobile Apps: A Roadmap for Businesses (Ark Group)
- Measuring the Impact and ROI of Social Media (Ark Group)