A hidebound streak is stopping Australia making the most of its 1 million-strong diaspora, a study of returned expatriates including ABC boss Michelle Guthrie and Intel executive Genevieve Bell has found. A survey of 1039 Australians currently living overseas or recently returned found 69 per cent of them had derived no benefit from collaborating with home while they were away, and a worrying 25 per cent said this was because Australian-based peers weren’t interested.
Read the story: “Australia missing diaspora opportunity: Advance, PwC survey“. Financial Review. Archived on 22 March 2018. Retrieved 14 May 2021.