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  • Telstra job cuts part of wider war on white collar workers 20 Jun 2018

    Sydney Morning Herald

    Staff Member: John Buchanan

    The Sydney Morning Herald reported Telstra has cut 9,500 jobs in a corporate restructure, quoting Professor John Buchanan on the perception of middle management. The article was syndicated nationally across Fairfax Media papers.

  • Soccer scholar nets $140,000 20 Jun 2018

    The Australian

    Staff Member: Stephen Greaves

    The Australian quoted Professor Stephen Greaves on a new PhD scholarship in soccer governance for the School, sponsored by the Johnny Warren Football Foundation.

  • Troubled telco still cupping a blast 19 Jun 2018

    Daily Telegraph

    Staff Member: Rohan Miller

    Daily Telegraph quoted Dr Rohan Miller on Optus’ failure to deliver streaming of World Cup football matches. The article was syndicated across News Corp Australia.


  • The final race for WestConnex 19 Jun 2018

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Martin Locke

    Recent press reports have indicated that the shortlisted bidders for the 51% equity stake in Sydney Motorway Corporation (“SMC”) being sold by the NSW Government, are now in the process of preparing final binding bids scheduled for the second half of July. Read more

  • Abuse of private financing 15 May 2018

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Martin Locke

    Does the demise of the UK Private Finance Initiative (PFI) suggest where the Australian PPP market is headed? How applicable are the findings of the recently published UK National Audit Office report on PFI for Australian PPPs? Read more

  • The Data Driven Supply Chain: A Retail Perspective 24 Apr 2018

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Gareth Jude, Behnam Fahimnia

    Supply chains have existed since the earliest days of human civilisation, but the idea of supply chain management is a relatively recent concept. At the core of supply chain management is the idea that more value is created by collaboration than by competition. Read more