Firms prepped for working from home fared better during the pandemic
Firms that prepared well for employees to work from home were more resilient during the pandemic, with stronger operational performances, higher credit ratings and lower costs of debt.
Financial resilience: How accounting helped a food relief charity when COVID hit
When COVID-19 plunged a thriving food charity into crisis, Monash Business School researchers were on hand to observe what happened next.
Why do business schools need to teach human rights?
Even if they were never intended to cause harm, some business decisions can lead to human rights abuses. That's why educating future leaders to think about the consequences of their actions is critical.
How tough love and good accounting helped save Phoenix House
A sudden funding change plunged a youth service into an existential crisis. Its radical turnaround – aided by some rigorous accounting – has been charted by Monash Business School researchers.