John Shields - Newsroom articles
The Age quoted Professor John Shields about strategies to effectively giving negative feedback to employees.
What Millennials Want 02 Dec 2016
Australian Financial Review Boss Magazine
Professor John Shields was quoted in a report in the Australian Financial Review’s Boss Magazine on a survey conducted by BOSS Magazine and the University of Sydney Business School which found millennials are surprisingly optimistic about their future.
ABC (News 24, 666 Canberra, online)
Professor John Shields was interviewed on ABC (News 24, 666 Canberra, Online) about the lack of evidence supporting the theory that executive bonuses contribute to performance at work.
The Sydney Morning Herald, The Saturday Age and Sun Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald, The Saturday Age and Sun Herald quoted Professor John Shields about the need to improve performance reviews rather than abandon the practice.
‘Hated’ performance reviews fall out of favour 03 Nov 2015
The Canberra Times
Professor John Shields was interviewed by the Canberra Times about the importance of effective dialogue between the supervisor and supervised in performance reviews.
Scholarly vigour put through the mill 02 Sep 2015
The Australian quoted Professor John Shields about the effectiveness of the plagiarism software Turnitin in a story about the increase in essay firms and the production of fake degrees in China.
Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Professor John Shields in an article about the high fail rates of international postgraduate students.
Ghostwriting haunts academic appraisal 24 Jun 2015
The Australian mentions comments from Professor John Shields about the issue of ghostwriting in Australian universities.
Would you pay $85 for a ghostwritten essay? 17 Jun 2015
Triple J Hack
Professor John Shields was interviewed on Triple J's Hack program on the issue of ghost writing and plagiarism in the Australian higher education sector.
Essay fraud hard to detect 17 Jun 2015
Professor John Shields was quoted in an article by the Australian about ghost-written essays across higher education.