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  • Do diverse teams produce more creative results? 31 Mar 2017

    HRM Online

    By Gaia Grant

    Gaia Grant co-authored an article for HRM online about why diversity is "critically" important for organisational innovation. Read more

  • More women than ever are in the workforce but progress has been glacial 30 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    By Alexandra Heron

    Sydney Business Insights republished Alexandra Heron's article from The Conversation, about the slow progress of closing the gap in workforce participation rates between men and women in Australia. Read more

  • Can autonomous vehicles become sexy? 28 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    By Matthew Beck

    Dr Matthew Beck authored an article for Sydney Business Connect, that was republished in Sydney Business Insights, about whether autonomous vehicles can become appealing to a mainstream audience. Read more

  • Houses aren’t more unaffordable for first home buyers, but they are riskier 28 Mar 2017

    The Conversation

    By Jamie Alcock

    Associate Professor Jamie Alcock wrote an article published on The Conversation about interest rate risk in the housing market, particularly for first home buyers. The article was republished by 88 publications, including ABC Online and Domain. Read more

  • What is the conversation around design thinking? 24 Mar 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    By Sandra Peter

    Dr Sandra Peter wrote an article for Sydney Business Insights about the public discussion around design thinking. Read more

  • The benefits and beneficiaries of urban tollroad expansion 03 Mar 2017

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Christopher Standen

    After a nine-month investigation into the WestConnex tollroad, the Auditor-General has found the Commonwealth Government committed billions of taxpayers’ money to the scheme without appropriate advice. He also indicated that the funding did not provide value for money for taxpayers, and did not protect the government’s financial interests. These findings raise the question: if the scheme is a bad deal for taxpayers, then exactly whom does it benefit? Read more

  • Generating genius: The best way to foster creative talent 24 Feb 2017

    HRM Online

    By Gaia Grant

    Gaia Grant co-authored an article for HRM Online about how to inspire creative innovation to fuel ideas. Read more

  • Co-living is demolishing the line between work and life 14 Feb 2017

    Sydney Business Insights

    By Tim Mahlberg

    Sydney Business Insights republished an article by Tim Mahlberg about how co-living spaces are becoming integrated with co-working spaces. The article was originally published in The Conversation. Read more

  • I can't wait to get my Ls! A Perspective on High School Travel 09 Feb 2017

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By Stephen Greaves

    Last week marked the end of the school holidays in Sydney and a resumption for many of frustrating levels of congestion as the 'school-run' resumed. Well over half of school children were driven, which is roughly double the levels when many of their parents would have been attending school, 25-30 years ago. How have we arrived at this situation and what can we do? Read more

  • Autonomous Vehicles and Implications for Future Transport Systems 02 Feb 2017

    ITLS Thinking Outside the Box

    By David Hensher, Chinh Ho and Richard Ellison

    The rapid development of autonomous vehicles (AV) has prompted considerable speculation on how these vehicles will ‘revolutionise’ the future of cities’ transport systems. It has been suggested that a large-scale adoption of AV would lead to safer roads, congestion-free cities and more public spaces as vehicles can be shared, and hence fewer parking spaces are needed. However, it is far from clear if these visions are likely to be realised and what this might imply for the future transport networks and policy agendas. Read more

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