Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Is the Productivity Commission beyond repair?

Chris Barrett has a formidable job ahead as the new Productivity Commission chief, writes UTS Emeritus Professor Roy Green.

The burgeoning business of bots

As artificial intelligence replaces and augments roles within the workplace, researchers are exploring effective ways to present collaborations between humans and chatbots.

K-pop and the consumption of culture

How are fans of Korean pop culture managing tensions between cultural appreciation and cultural appropriation apparent within the K-pop empire? A recent study investigates.

iAccelerate launches scholarship drive to help women in business thrive

Do you have a business idea but are not sure how to get it off the ground? Are you working to help your community and would benefit from the tools and knowledge to have a greater impact?

Defining the value of ‘doing the right thing’ in business

An innovative Australian business tool redefining the way success is measured in mutual enterprises has launched in Europe, putting a price on social good over dollar signs.

Rethink needed on Hunter’s economic development priorities

For the first time, knowledge-producing jobs in Newcastle and Lake Macquarie, such as those in the professional and information services, outnumber goods generating jobs, like manufacturing and mining.

Ivey Business School receives $3.5M from BMO for new program, course upgrades

Ivey Business School has received a donation of $3.5 million from Bank of Montreal (BMO) to the school’s Ian O. Ihnatowycz Institute for Leadership to create a new cross-campus leadership certificate program available...

Double degree puts business goals in reach

Personal growth was a priority for Xavier Ngaata when he started university. The double degree graduate is now confidently pursuing his passion for business.

Being adaptive at work may be the golden ticket to combat gender inequalities

A study from The University of Western Australia’s Business School has revealed that women who adapt to changes in their work teams are recognised more than their male counterparts.

Professor Jarrod Haar to join Massey Business School

Professor Haar was previously employed with Massey from 2012 to 2016 as a Professor of Management based on the Auckland campus, before moving to Auckland University of Technology (AUT) as a Professor of Human Resource Management.
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