Why multinationals are emerging as post-COVID winners
Globalisation is far from over, with multinational firms coming out winners.
Five ways to reboot your organisation and develop diverse leaders
Following the disruption of COVID-19, organisations should resist returning to leadership-as-usual.
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.
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’.
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.
Is ‘local shock’ the key to overcoming vaccine hesitancy?
Members of close-knit ethnic communities who resisted vaccinating against COVID-19 changed their minds when the virus struck close to home.
Tightly managing hospital beds during the pandemic helped those most in need
Dynamically steering bed allocation, along with a subsidy scheme at different phases of the COVID-19 pandemic, improved the effectiveness of patient care.
Post-COVID-19, can women demand more workplace flexibility?
Businesses should seriously consider allowing female workers the flexibility to structure their work arrangements around family demands.
Global garment industry bears the brunt of COVID supply chain woes
The pandemic has revealed the previously invisible nature of global supply chains. Research is now underway into how vulnerable workers in developing nations have been impacted.
The grim reality for older Australians during COVID-19
While public health issues have been foremost in the global fight against COVID-19, public policies are only now exposing the full consequences of this international scourge. And for more than a third of older Australians, isolation – not health concerns – was the biggest problem.
How COVID-19 changed the way we shop…again
Snap lockdowns, closed stores, increased online shopping and supply chain disruptions were all part of 2021's 'new normal’ for consumers and retailers.
Children have lost chunks of their education during COVID-19 – can tutoring turn it around?
Volunteer tutors in Bangladesh helped to keep young children and their families connected and on target with their education during the COVID-19 pandemic