Five ways to reboot your organisation and develop diverse leaders

Leadership - 27 Jun 2022

Five ways to reboot your organisation and develop diverse leaders

Following the disruption of COVID-19, organisations should resist returning to leadership-as-usual.

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Australia finally sees the danger as ‘energy poverty’ risk looms

Energy - 27 Jun 2022

Australia finally sees the danger as ‘energy poverty’ risk looms

Amid market deregulation, rising prices and global events, a recent cold snap left Australia’s energy supply teetering.

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Paying over the odds: Bailout ‘stigma’ and its role in saving the world economy

Banking - 10 Jun 2022

Paying over the odds: Bailout ‘stigma’ and its role in saving the world economy

Following the 2008 crisis, those tasked with steering the global economy out of a recession through corporate bailouts had one thing on their mind.

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Empire-building corporate leaders and their toxic companions

Tax - 10 Jun 2022

Empire-building corporate leaders and their toxic companions

Aggressive tax avoidance is often the consequence of powerfully self-interested CEOs and their empire-building managers.

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How a food charity ‘made sense’ of the COVID crisis and thrived

Accounting - 31 May 2022

How a food charity ‘made sense’ of the COVID crisis and thrived

The much-maligned meeting plays a pivotal part in helping people ‘make sense’ of a crisis.

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When worlds collide: What happens when you return from an extraordinary experience?

Marketing - 31 May 2022

When worlds collide: What happens when you return from an extraordinary experience?

Some people love the other-world experience of LARP – live action role play – until the line between reality and fantasy start to ‘bleed’.

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The man who helped Jewish academics escape Nazi persecution

Economics - 17 May 2022

The man who helped Jewish academics escape Nazi persecution

Mathematician Richard Courant tirelessly used his social networks to help academics to safety.

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How rising temperatures impact our economic preferences

Climate Change - 17 May 2022

How rising temperatures impact our economic preferences

Some places might soon be too hot for inhabitants to make optimal economic decisions.

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What stops women entering politics?

Diversity - 3 May 2022

What stops women entering politics?

A new study following female candidates in India points to an under-acknowledged cause: procedural fairness.

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As airlines stir back to life, can we safeguard lower carbon emissions?

Sustainability - 3 May 2022

As airlines stir back to life, can we safeguard lower carbon emissions?

During the pandemic, aviation’s carbon emissions dropped to lows comparable to taking around 100 million cars off the road.

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Healing power of playtime for refugee camp mums and kids

Sustainability - 11 Apr 2022

Healing power of playtime for refugee camp mums and kids

Encouraging play for children and their mothers living in Rohingya refugee camps has far-reaching impacts.

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The complex problem of reducing commercial aviation greenhouse gas emissions

Sustainability - 11 Apr 2022

The complex problem of reducing commercial aviation greenhouse gas emissions

Can the aviation industry reduce its greenhouse gas emissions on its own?

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