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Business School in the Media

  • International Women's Day: is this the best time to be a woman? 08 Mar 2017

    triple j Hack

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    Professor Marian Baird was interviewed on triple j’s Hack program about a range of issues relating to International Women’s Day including the gendered nature of some work, the increasing proportion of young women at universities and the career progression of working mothers.

  • Jennifer breaks through gender barrier, but workforce still highly segregated 07 Mar 2017

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Brisbane Times, Age and Canberra Times

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Brisbane Times, Age and Canberra Times quoted Professor Marian Baird about women working in male-dominated industries and the feminisation of some jobs including the care sector. The article discussed the Senate inquiry on gender segregation in the workplace, to which the University’s Work and Family Policy Roundtable made a submission.

  • It’s a startup’s game – here’s why large companies will never be able to disrupt 07 Mar 2017

    Australian Anthill

    Staff Member: Kai Riemer

    Professor Kai Riemer was quoted by Anthill about why large companies find it difficult to 'disrupt' their own industry.

  • Who drives design thinking? 07 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    Staff Member: Sandra Peter

    Design thinking has become one of the most talked about and promising business practices for creating and innovating. But who is driving the conversation?

  • Fewer women run top Australian companies than men named John 07 Mar 2017

    MamaMia, ABC, and The New Daily

    Staff Member: Marian Baird

    MamaMia, ABC, and The New Daily quoted Professor Marian Baird about the career progression of women to executive-level roles.

  • These charts show exactly how much Australia's workforce has changed since 1911 06 Mar 2017

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times

    Staff Member: Greg Patmore

    The Sydney Morning Herald, Age and Canberra Times quoted Professor Greg Patmore about the changing structure of Australia’s workforce in relation to the role of women in the aviation sector.

  • Four cultural clashes that are holding East Asian employees back 06 Mar 2017

    The Conversation

    Staff Member: Betina Szkudlarek

    The Conversation published an article by Dr Betina Szkudlarek about cultural misunderstandings in the workplace, particularly those faced by employees of East Asian backgrounds.

  • Hans Hendrischke in ABC News 24 06 Mar 2017

    ABC News 24

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Professor Hans Hendrischke was interviewed on ABC News 24 about the stability signified by China cutting its projected growth rate.

  • Hans Hendrischke on Sohu (China) and Phoenix TV (China) 06 Mar 2017

    Sohu and Phoenix TV

    Staff Member: Hans Hendrischke

    Sohu (China) and Phoenix TV (China) interviewed Professor Hans Hendrischke from the Business School about the economic growth goals proposed by the Chinese government, in relation to a recent announcement on their projected growth rate.

  • Is business the answer to poverty alleviation? 06 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    Staff Member: Ranjit Voola

    We talk to Associate Professor Ranjit Voola who advocates re-imagining the purpose of business, where there is both an economic and moral imperative for businesses to engage in alleviating poverty, whilst making profits.

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