Dr Clive Graham’s current position is that of Academic Director of the Professional Doctorate and the Master of Arts Administration in the Faculty of Education and Creative Arts at Central Queensland University. He is located at the Sydney International Campus. He is concurrently CEO of The Centre for Working Futures Pty and the futures1 ä brand products. Dr Graham’s qualifications include: Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts, Master of Educational Administration and Doctor of Education.

He has worked in advertising, education, marketing, and broadcasting consulting for multinational corporations and government enterprises. He is the recipient of a Law Foundation Fellowship and a Commonwealth Project Fellowship to research mediation and negotiation overseas and he was invited to lecture at Harvard University and other major US universities. In addition to his work in business, he served as Chair of South Western Sydney Colleges of TAFE, General Manager of the NSW Education and Training Foundation, Chair of the NSW Task Force for Exporting Education and Chair of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training.

His academic and research interests lie in transdisciplinary knowledge production, entrepreneurial thinking, and the economic impact of the creative industries. Dr Graham has written a number of books. His most recent, Enterprise Education: Connecting Schools with the Creative Knowledge Economy was published by Pearson Education in 2005. He is well known to ABC audiences for his many years as a radio commentator on the future of work.

He has worked in advertising, education, marketing, and broadcasting consulting for multinational corporations and government enterprises. He is the recipient of a Law Foundation Fellowship and a Commonwealth Project Fellowship to research mediation and negotiation overseas and he was invited to lecture at Harvard University and other major US universities. In addition to his work in business, he served as Chair of South Western Sydney Colleges of TAFE, General Manager of the NSW Education and Training Foundation, Chair of the NSW Task Force for Exporting Education and Chair of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training.

His academic and research interests lie in transdisciplinary knowledge production, entrepreneurial thinking, and the economic impact of the creative industries. Dr Graham has written a number of books. His most recent, Enterprise Education: Connecting Schools with the Creative Knowledge Economy was published by Pearson Education in 2005. He is well known to ABC audiences for his many years as a radio commentator on the future of work.

Em. Prof. Clive Graham